Tyrannidae


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Other families with high abundance were Tyrannidae, Columbidae, Thraupidae and Emberizidae, all in predominantly terrestrial environments.
Medina y Serrano (2009) en la isla Patos, bahia de Ohuira registraron un total de 33 especies pertenecientes a 17 familias (Ardeidae, Anatidae, Cathartidae, Corvidae, Columbidae, Falconidae, Fregatidae, Haematopodidae, Laridae, Mimidae, Pandionidae, Pelecanidae, Phalacrocoracidae, Threskiomithidae, Tyrannidae, Scolopacidae, Sulidae).
Las familias mejor representadas fueron Tyrannidae, Icteridae y Ardeidae.
Carpintero bellotero-Acorn 1 2, 3,4 & 5 Woodpecker) Melanerpes aurifrons: 1 1,2, 3& 4 (Carpintero chejc - Gulden-fronted Woodpecker) Picoides scalaris; 1 7 (Carpinterillo mexicano - Ladder - backed Woodpecker) Picoides villosus; (Carpintero 1 3&5 velloso mayor - Hairy Woodpecker) Colaptcs auratus; (Carpintcro 1 7 de peehera - Northern Flicker) ORDER PASSERIFORMES FAMILY TYRANNIDAE Contopus borealis; (Pibi boreal 2 3 - Olive-sided- Flycatcher) Contopus virens; (Pibi oriental 2 3 - Eastern Wood-Pewee) Empidonax sp.
The order Passeriformes was the most representative, with 39 species (54%), highlighting the families Tyrannidae (n = 13) and Thraupidae (n = 5).
Otros depredadores pueden ser lagartijas, murcielagos y aves de las familias Picidae, Furnariidae, Caprimulgidae, Vireonidae, Parulidae, Sittidae y Tyrannidae (Linsley 1959, 1961).
Distintos autores le asignan a la familia diferentes numeros de generos, entre 16 y 18, y mas trascendente aun, hay autores que desconocen la existencia de la familia, como Sibley y Monroe (1990), que ubican en la familia Tyrannidae a las especies involucradas, basandose en trabajos de genetica mitocondrial, trabajos que ya han producido, y anuncian mas, enormes cambios en las taxonomias animal y vegetal (Rego et al.
Entre las familias mejor representadas en el area (Figura 3) se encuentra la familia Parulidae con 5 especies, seguida por la familia Tyrannidae con 4 especies.
tested Cardinalidae 2 54 Columbidae 4 270 Dendrocolaptidae 4 17 Falconidae 3 5 Furnariidae 12 201 Icteridae 3 137 Passeridae 1 87 Phasianidae 2 8 Polioptilidae 2 7 Troglodytidae 1 17 Turdidae 8 132 Tyrannidae 1 370 Range of [PRNT.
Examples of avian species that were observed within anthropogenic habitats and either fed, roosted, or both within villages and farms include the smooth-billed ani (Crotophaga ani), common nighthawk (Chordeiles minor), white-collared swift (Streptoprocne zonaris), Pacific hornero (Furnarius cinnamomeus), lemon-rumped tanager (Ramphocelus icteronotus), swallow tanager (Tersina viridis), blue and white swallow (Notiochelidon cyanoleuca cyanoleuca), blue-black grassquit (Volatinia jacarina), shiny cowbird (Molothrus bonariensis aequatorialis), turkey vulture (Cathartes aura), black vulture (Coragyps atratus), cattle egret (Bubulcus ibis), and a variety of members of the Tyrannidae family (flycatchers) and Troglodytidae (wrens).
El orden mas representado fue Passeriformes y la familia mas diversa fue Tyrannidae.
Using distributions of four bird families (Psittacidae, parrots; Furnariidae, ovenbirds and woodcreepers; Tyrannidae, New World flycatchers, including cotingas and manakins; and Troglodytinae, wrens) plotted onto the same grid used here, Fjeldsa and Rahbek (1998) also found high species richness in the montane Andes, but for these bird data the peak of species richness occurred farther to the north, in central Ecuador (see Fjeldsa & Rahbek, 1998, fig.
5 105 I, A, G A 1 Myrmotherula brachyura R 7 SM 21 294 I, A, G 1 2 Myrmotherula fulviventris R 10 SM 83 1660 I, A, DL 1 4 Myrmotherula axillaris R 8 SM 60 960 I, A, G 2 4 Microrhopias quixensis R 8 SM 85 1360 I, A, G 1 4 Cercomacra tyrannina R 17 SM 13 442 I, A, DL 1 1 Myrmeciza exsul R 27 SM 13 702 I, A/T, G 7 3 Hylophylax naevioides R 17 SM 20 680 I, AF/T, G 4 4 Myrmornis torquata R 4 SM 2 192 I, T, G E 2 Gymnopithys leucaspis R 30 SM 12 720 I, AF 25 4 Phaenostictus mcleannani R 51 SM 48 408 I, AF F 4 Formicarius analis R 57 SM 15 1710 I, T, G 5 4 Hylopezus perspicillata R 42 SM 21 1764 I, T, G B 4 Tyrannidae Zimmerius vilissimus R 9 SM, T 55 990 0, A, S A 3 Ornithion bruneicapillum R 7 SM 19 266 I, A, S B 3 Tyrannulus elatus R 8 SM 13 208 0, A, S 4 2 Myiopagis gaimardii R 14 SM 11.