A house sparrow - Passer domesticus - perched on a twig; A goldfinch - Carduelis carduelis; A chaffinch - Fringilla
coelebs; A blackbird - Turdus Merul
he says, `How unusual for this time of year, father, a brambling, Latin name Fringilla
montifringilla, average clutch size 5--7 eggs.
Noise, predation risk compensation and vigilance in the Chaffinch Fringilla
Breeding biology of the endangered Blue Chaffinch Fringilla
teydea polatzeki in Gran Canaria (Canary Islands).
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After the birds from the Philadelphia exhibition were returned to Mills, the naming of the new "Fringilla' fell to Dole (1878: 49-50), who called it Fringilla anna, the account being otherwise a verbatim repetition from the 1876 list, to which was added: "This is a bird of remarkable beauty, its peculiar combination of colors producing a most harmonious and elegant effect.
Subsequent to Dole's (1878) description, which was reprinted by Sclater (1880), there was no further mention of the species, apart from a query in a footnote by Sharpe (1888), who wondered what Fringilla anna might be.
This was described by Judge Dole under the name of 'Fringilla anna,' but, of course, is no true Fringilla.
Ulaaihawane Dole 1876: 2; Fringilla anna Dole 1878:49 [type-locality, Hawaii]; 'Fringilla' anna.
ticks infested Ground foraging Erithacus rubecula 3,939 446 185 (5) Luscina luscinia 32 9 4 (13) Luscina svecica 85 8 5 (6) Turdus philomelus 261 141 24 (9) Turdus iliacus 51 22 9 (18) Turdus merula 193 170 44 (23) Turdus pilaris 23 6 3 (13) Sturnus vulgaris 30 18 9 (30) Prunella modularis 64 9 4 (6) Anthus trivialis 61 29 11 (18) Aluada arvensis 1 6 1 (100) Fringilla
coelebs 122 9 2 (2) Carduelis flammea 441 1 1 (0.
Documenting puncture ejection of parasitic eggs by Chaffinches Fringilla
coelebs and Blackcaps Sylvia atricapilla.
For example, the endemic Whitehead (Mohoua albicilla) has been referred to by 15 different Latin names since 1830, when it was originally designated Fringilla
Variation in song rate during the breeding cycle of the Chaffinch, Fringilla