Campylorhynchus


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Synonyms for Campylorhynchus

alternative classifications for the cactus wrens

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De las aves registradas en la Peninsula, Campylorhynchus yucatanicus (Matraca Yucateca, Troglodytidae) es una de las que presenta distribucion mas restringida (Paynter, 1955; Ceballos, Gomez Silva, & del Coro Arizmendi, 2002; Navarro-Siguenza & Peterson, 2007, Vazquez-Miranda, Navarro-Siguenza, & Omland, 2009; MacKinnon, 2013; Berlanga et al.
Avifaunal interchange across the Panamanian Isthmus: Insights from Campylorhynchus wrens.
Campylorhynchus wrens: The ecology of delayed dispersal and cooperation in the Venezuelan savanna.
Modelo de distribucion potencial de Campylorhynchus yucatanicus en la Peninsula de Yucatan obtenidos en MaxEnt con las variables empleadas; B.
Potential distribution model of Campylorhynchus yucatanicus in the Yucatan Peninsula, obtained in MaxEnt with the variables used; B.
Curvas de respuesta de las variables ambientales que tuvieron mayor porcentaje de contribucion a los modelos de distribucion potencial (> 10%) de Campylorhynchus yucatanicus en la Peninsula de Yucatan.
Response curves of environmental variables with the greatest percentage contribution to potential distribution models (> 10%) of Campylorhynchus yucatanicus in the Yucatan Peninsula.
Definido por tres especies: Aphelocoma californica, Campylorhynchus affinis y Toxostoma cinereum.
Definido por nueve especies: Melanerpes formicivorus, Vireolanius melitophrys, Aphelocoma ultramarina, Campylorhynchus megalopterus, Myadestes occidentales, Turdus migratorius, Basileutetus belli, Atlapetes pileatus y Buarremon virenticeps.
Definido por cuatro especies: Campylorhynchus capistratus, Thryothorus rufalbus, Basileuterus delattrii y Atlapetes gutturalis.
Definido por dos especies: Campylorhynchus gularis y Basileuterus rufifrons.
Extrapair paternity uncommon in the cooperatively breeding bicolored wren, Campylorhynchus griseus.
The diploid number of chromosomes of wren species examined during this study ranges from 74 in Campylorhynchus to 80 in both Salpinctes and Catherpes and is similar to diploid numbers reported in most birds.
Campylorhynchus brunneicapillus (Cactus Wren) exhibits a diploid number of 74 (Fig.
All genera of wrens that have been karyotyped share the first three largest pairs of macrochromosomes, with one exception; the second pair in Campylorhynchus is submetacentric instead of subtelocentric as in all the others.