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Noun1.Coereba - type genus of the Coerebidae
bird genus - a genus of birds
banana quit - any of several honeycreepers
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It is an idyllic location where tiny hummingbirds build nests lined with cobwebs on flowering Dagger Trees and cheeky bananaquit birds swoop down at breakfast to steal sugar from the tables.
Historical biogeography of the bananaquit (Coereba flaveola) in the Caribbean region: a mitochondrial DNA assessment.
The Bananaquit, on the other hand, is a Neotropical bird and ubiquitous in nature.
A bananaquit in Jamaica has turned up with West Nile-virus antibodies in its blood, says Peter P.
You'll perhaps hear the distant bark of a harassed dog, or the fragile twittering of a bananaquit as it sits on your porch rail waiting for a crumb of sugar.
At either garden, you may spot endemic birds such as the Bahama woodstar (a hummingbird with brownish tail markings), Eastern birds like the yellow-throated warbler, or West Indian birds such as the glossy black smooth-billed ani, or the bananaquit (with whitish to yellow stripes above its eyes).
Sugar preferences, absorption efficiency and water influx in a Neotropical nectarivorous passerine, the Bananaquit (Coereba flaveola).
aurantius) (b) Jamaican elaenia <40 160 (Myiopagis cotta) (b) Bananaquit (Coereba <40 80 flaveola) (b) Loggerhead kingbird <40 <40 (Tyrannus caudifasciatus) (b) Bananaquit (C.
The host species were the Bananaquit (Coereba flaveola), Antillean Elaenia (Elaenia martinica), Lesser Antillean Bullfinch (Loxigilla noctis), Streaked Saltator (Saltator albicollis), Black-faced Grassquit (Tiaris bicolor), and the Black-whiskered Vireo (Vireo altiloqaus).
Historical biogeography of the bananaquit (Coerebafiaveola) in the Caribbean region: a mitochondrial DNA assessment.