Actitis macularia


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Synonyms for Actitis macularia

common North American sandpiper

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Hippocampal neurons of Actitis macularia. Coronal series of NeuN-immunolabeled sections of the A.
A, Number of neurons and volume of the hippocampal formation reported as percentage values in Actitis macularia and Calidris pusilla (the highest value in each paired data set for the two species was assigned a value of 100%).
Photomicrographic series at different planes of focus to show microglial immunolabeling in selected sections from the hippocampal formation of Calidris pusilla and Actitis macularia. The dotted square region at low magnification shows the relative position of microglia illustrated at higher magnification.
Their species composition, which included northern flicker (Colaptes auratus), spotted sandpiper (Actitis macularia), and robin (Turdus spp.), was very similar to our eastern counterparts.
Actitis macularia "playero manchado", de habitos solitarios, comun durante el verano, epoca en que numerosos individuos se dispersan en las orillas de las lagunas y en las comunidades de gramadales.
The second category includes the least sandpiper (Calidris minutilla) and spotted sandpiper (Actitis macularia), which breed at lower latitudes within Alaska and occasionally occur in the northern foothills of the Brooks Range.
squatarola (Linnaues), black- I O bellied plover Family Recurvirostridae (stilts and avocets) Himantopus mexicanus (Muller), I R black-necked stilt Recurvirostra americana Gmelin, I R American avocet Family Scolopacidae (sandpipers, phalaropes, and allies) Actitis macularia (Linnaeus), I O spotted sandpiper Arenaria interpres (Linnaeus), I R ruddy turnstone Bartramia longicauda I R (Bechstein), upland sandpiper Calidris acuminata (Horsfield), I R sharp-tailed sandpiper C.
A study of sequentially polyandrous Spotted Sandpipers, Actitis macularia, showed that early-pairing males had higher than expected reproductive success because sperm storage by females allowed these males to father offspring in later broods (Oring et al.
Familia Especie Estado de May Jun migracion Charadriidae Charadrius alexandrinus MB LC Laridae Larus atricilla MB LC/LS Leucophaeus modestus MA Larus pipixcan MB LC LC Thalasseus elegans MB LC Thalasseus maximus MB LC Recurvirostridae Himantopus mexicanus MB LC LC Scolopacidae Actitis macularia MB Calidris sp.
Three species (blackpoll warbler Dendroica striata, pectoral sandpiper Calidris melanotos, and yellow-rumped warbler Dendroica coronata) were found only on control plots, and four species (Eastern kingbird Tyrannus tyrannus, lesser yellowlegs Tringa flavipes, spotted sandpiper Actitis macularia, and white-rumped sandpiper Calidris fuscicollis) were found only on mine plots.
Spotted Sandpiper (Actitis macularia).--Actitis macularia is fairly common along the Grand Calumet River during June and July and almost certainly breeds on the floodplain.
Num- Percent- Common name Scientific name ber age Great Egret Casmerodius albus 60 23.9 Reddish Egret(*) Egretta rufescens 1 0.4 Green-backed Heron Butorides striatus 1 0.4 Laughing Gull Larus atricilla 8 3.2 Boat-tailed Grackle Quiscalus major 163 64.9 Clapper Rail Rallus longirostris 2 0.8 Spotted Sandpiper Actitis macularia 4 1.6 Unidentified 12 4.8 * Reddish egrets are rare in North Carolina, but this identification was confirmed by John Fussel.