Coereba


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insectos Tyrannida e Tyrannus melancholicus flores, insectos, semillas Insertae seais Coereba flaveola insectos, nectar Insertae seais Saltator striatipectus semillas Conteos de -- registros de aves Porcentaje de -- visitas de aves Familia % Registros en Pithecellobium dulce A R D Cardinalidae 1.
2000; Verea, 2001) o cultivado (Parra, 2004; Araujo, 2005; Verea y Solorzano, 2005) de Venezuela, siendo casi exclusivo solo para tres especies correspondientes a Amazilia fimbriata, Turdus nudigenis y Coereba flaveola, las cuales agruparon el 69% de las capturas.
On 11th March 2005, a specimen of Coereba flaveola (Linnaeus, 1758) was captured and a small brownish tick was found attached to its eyelid.
168 Coereba flaveola e 169 Conirostrum bicolor Mielerito-manglero c 170 Dendroica petechia 171 Protonotaria citrea Condazo/ 79 172 Seiurus noveboracensis Condazo/ 79 THRAUPIDAE 173 Thraupis episcopios Azulejo fino e 174 Thraupis palmarum Azulejo basto Condazo/ 79 FRINGILLIDAE 175 Saltator coerulescens Papayero c 176 Sicalis flaveola Canario c 177 Sporophyla intermedia Mochuelo e 178 Sporophyla minuta Mochuelo e 179 Sporophyla plumbea Mochuelo e 180 Volatinia jacarina Chirrio e No.
Of the four species infected with haemoproteids, the probability of infection varied significantly among islands in Coereba flaveola (log-likelihood [[chi].
Para Coereba flaveola (reinita comun) y Quiscalus lugubris (tordo negro) se han descrito cuatro y tres subespecies insulares, respectivamente, y cada una es endemica de una sola isla o archipielago (Tabla III).
Es interesante senalar ademas que especies otrora introducidas como Coereba flaveola (Gonzalez, 2002), Forpus coelestis, Aratinga erythrogenys o Thraupis episcopus (Koepcke, 1964) son ahora bastante comunes dentro del campus y se han adaptado aparentemente bien a los recursos del mismo.
Territorial defence accounted for 2% of total time, mostly against Coereba flaveola, an introduced nectarivorous species that seem to be an important competitor of A.
mesomelas (+) APRB VA 308 Psarocolius wagleri (+) BPBS,BB,PA VA COEREBIDAE 309 Coereba flaveola BB,DB,BS VAR THRAUPIDAE 310 Tersina viridis DB VRC 311 Chlomphonia cyanea (+) BB,RB V 312 Euphonia cyanocephala (+) BB,BS V 313 E.
nilotica: 13 hummingbirds (Trochilidae), Aratinga aurea (Psittacidae), Tangarapalmarum (Thraupidae) and Coereba flaveola (Coerebidae).
The formation and present-day positioning of the Lesser Antilles are undoubtedly more recent, that is, 20+ mya, but certainly antedate the appearance of the study species, the bananaquit Coereba flaveola, in the archipelago.
This hummingbird was observed expelling Lepidoptera, Hymenoptera and considerably larger birds such as Coereba flaveola (Linnaeus, 1758), Cyanoloxia brissonii (Lichtenstein, 1823) and Falco femoralis Temminck, 1822.
Some species are common in urban and suburban areas, especially Eupetomena macroura (Gmelin, 1788), Thalurania glaucops, Amazilia lactea (Lesson, 1832), Thraupis sayaca (Linnaeus, 1766) and Coereba flaveola (Lineu, 1758), the three first being Trochilidae, followed by Thraupidae and Coerebidae, respectively (Sick, 1994; Mendonca and Anjos, 2005; Toledo and Moreira, 2008).