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Related to Colaptes: Colaptes auratus
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Noun1.Colaptes - a genus of PicidaeColaptes - a genus of Picidae      
bird genus - a genus of birds
family Picidae, Picidae - woodpeckers
flicker - North American woodpecker
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This also may be conditioning species from other foraging strategies (such as flycatchers: Pyrrhomyias cinnamomeus and Myiarchus cephalotes, or bark foragers: Colaptes rivolii, Xiphorhynchus triangularis and Margarornis squamiger) to forage at the understory, where they are able to find perching sites and shelter against predators.
Northern flicker (Colaptes auratus) and red-headed woodpecker (Melanerpes erythrocephalus) were the only two species not observed in unburned forest; both species were predominantly found at low severity and high severity burned sites.
In one rosette the yellow shafted flicker (Colaptes auratus) provides the raw material; in the other the red shafter flicker (Colaptes cafer collaris) with its salmon red tail feathers has been employed.
2000; northern flicker Colaptes auratus, Wiebe 2005; barn owl Tyto alba, Henry et al.
The use of dried meat and feathers of the Andean flicker bird (Colaptes rupicola) as a galactagogue has been reported from the Peruvian Andes (Froemming, 2006).
maculosa G 10 35 Zenaida auriculata G -- -- Columbina picui G 113 115 Leptotila verreauxi G 2 6 Myiopsitta monachus FG 15 91 Coccyzus melacoryphus I 1 - Guira guira I - 9 Tapera naevia I 1 - Hydropsalis brasiliana I 1 - Sappho sparganura N - 6 Chlorostilbon aureoventris N 8 - Nystalus maculatus I 1 9 Colaptes melanolaimus I 2 2 Melanerpes cactorum I 3 - Picoides mixtus I - 1 Picumnus cirratus I 1 4 Lepidocolaptes I 3 - angustirostris Upucerthia certhioides I - 12 Furnarius rufus I 9 6 Coryphistera alaudina I - 6 Cranioleuca pyrrhophia I 6 7 Asthenes baeri I 1 - Synallaxis frontalis I 3 - S.
The Downy Woodpecker (Picoides pubescens, 5.85%) and Northern Flicker (Colaptes. auratus, 4.11%) were also abundant, but were absent from one and two sites, respectively.
Entre las aves que presagian enfermedades y otros tipos de infortunios, encontramos el canto de nacoyaxa (Colaptes spp.) y chororo (Guira guira).