Catoptrophorus


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The most abundant birds were marbled godwits (Limosa fedoa, a = 2985), small peeps (2361), willets (Catoptrophorus semipalmatus, 922), dowitchers (891), and black-bellied plovers (Pluvialis squatarola, 252).
melanotus Craig, 1979 [C] Selasphorus rufus Kodric-Brown and Brown, 1978 [C] Gass and Lertzman, 1980 [C] Calypte anna Ewald and Carpenter, 1978 [E] Family Anatidae Nudds and Ankney, 1982 [C] Family Scolopacidae Myers et al., 1979b [C] Tryngites subruficollis Myers, 1980 [P, C] Calidris alba Myers et al., 1979a [C] Myers et al., 1981 [C] Pluvialis squatarola Turpie, 1995 [C] Catoptrophorus semipalmatus McNeil and Rompre, 1995 [C] Catharcta maccormicki Pietz, 1987 [C] Catharcta lonnbergi Pietz, 1987 [C] Stercorarius spp.
Our observations in Florida suggest that most horseshoe crabs nest above the elevation where sanderlings (Calidris alba) and willets (Catoptrophorus semipalmatus) forage (Penn, 1992).
Catoptrophorus semipalmatus "playero ala blanca", anteriormente se reportaban poblaciones de hasta 25 individuos por grupo y actualmente se ven algunos ejemplares aislados.
On a nearby sand flat Pereira (1990) recorded 27 species of birds with Numenius phaeopus, Limnodromus griseus and Catoptrophorus semipalmatus being most numerous throughout the year.
In contrast, mud snails comprised 66% and 33% of the diets of black-bellied plovers (Pluvialis squatarola) and willets (Catoptrophorus semipalrnatus) and at least 10% of the diet for several other shorebirds in California (Recher, 1966).
Widespread species such as Western Sandpipers (Calidris mauri), Willet (Catoptrophorus semipalmatus), Black-bellied Plovers (Pluvialis squatarola), and dowitchers (Limnodromus spp.) used both high and low mudflats, peaking during low water conditions.
However, among the more abundant birds, Catoptrophorus semipalmatus and Limnodromus griseus (Scolopacidae), captured and ingested specimens of the brittle star, Amphipholis geminata at the nearby sand flat of Cocorocas (Pereira 1990).
Del grupo de aves playeras 19 estuvieron presentes en los dos cuerpos de agua, las especies mas abundante en ambos sitios fueron Calidris alba y Catoptrophorus semipalmatus.