euphonia


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euphonia

n. eufonía, audición normal de la voz.
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angolensis T, C 5 Arremon taciturnus C Cardinalidae (2) Saltator maximus T 1 Cyanocompsa cyanoides 1 Parulidae (1) Phaeothlypis fulvicauda 2 Icteridae (3) Psarocolius bifasciatus 1 Cacicus cela T, C 1 2 Molothrus oryzivorus Fringillidae (2) Euphonia chlorotica T E.
This paper describes the first record of duetting in the Olive-backed Euphonia (Euphonia gouldi) and discusses the observation in the context of related literature.
bifasciatus Finches Fringillidae Thick-billed Euphonia Euphonia laniirostris Bronze-green Euphonia E.
In the comparisons by species, size differences were significant only for Black-goggled Tanager, Ruby-crowned Tanager, and Violaceous Euphonia (scientific names are in Table 1), although [alpha] was 0.
Lucia Black Finch (Melanospiza richardsoni), Lesser Antillean Bullfinch (Loxigilla noctis), Black-faced Grassquit (Tiaris bicolor), Antillean Euphonia (Euphonia musica), Bananaquit (Coereba flaveola), and St.
Sargent (1993) found that nest DSR for Yellow-throated Euphonias (Euphonia hirundinacea), a species that nests in many of the same road banks favored by Slate-throated Whitestarts, was 0.
galbula AIF FG M 24 Psarocolius montezuma AIF FG R 31 Euphonia hirundinacea AF FG R 5 Species AF LA SA CT Ortalis vetula 6 0 0 1 Egretta thula 1 0 0 0 E.
2a & b) This couple are suspected of stealing from Euphonia electrical store, in Front Street, Chester-le-Street.
Observations reported here suggest continued range extensions of some species of birds in Tamaulipas, with temperate-zone species such as lesser goldfinch and western kingbird nesting farther south, and tropical species, such as masked tityra, olivaceous woodcreeper, and scrub euphonia (nesting) spreading north.
A work like Euphonia, set to one movement each from a J.
manacus and the non-lekking Flame-crested Tanager (Tachyphonus cristatus), Blue Dacnis (Dacnis cayana), and Violaceous Euphonia (Euphonia violacea).
We observed a male and female Thick-billed Euphonia both remove nest material from Nest A and fly off with the material while the Red-faced Spinetails were out of view.