In Florida, avian species in the families Cardinalidae (northern cardinal, Cardinalis cardinalis), Columbidae (mourning dove, Zenaida macroura), Corvidae (blue jay, Cyanocitta
cristata), and Icteridae (common grackle, Quiscalus quiscula) are frequently exposed to SLEV (14).
Thirteen supposedly new species of birds from northern Mesoamerica described by Du Bus (1845-46, 1847a-b), four valid taxa assigned to Bonaparte (1850) upon an unfinished manuscript by the former, a junior synonym of the White-crowned Sparrow Zonotrichia leucophrys (Spizella maxima Bonaparte, 1853), and Cyanocitta
[Cyanocorax] yucantanica Dubois, 1875 are partly devoid of collecting data as noted by van Rossem (1940: "no locality [...] nor [...] original source either in the register or on the stand") in context with the male holotype of Pipilo torquatus ("No.
blue jays (Cyanocitta
cristata), ravens (Corvus corax), marmosets (Callithrix jacchus) (Coppinger, 1969; Heinrich, 1988; Voelkl et al., 2006).
Bat predation has been reported for another corvid species, the blue jay (Cyanocitta
cristata; Hoffmeister and Downes, 1964).
Pathogenicity of Haemoproteus danilewskyi, Kruse, 1890, in blue jays (Cyanocitta
Acorn dispersal by blue jays (Cyanocitta
Acorn dispersal by the blue jay (Cyanocitta
Denton, 1941 chloropus Duct heterolecithoides Brachylecithum Cyanocitta
Liver Bile Valid americanum Denton, cristata Duct 1945 Cercaria brachystyla Helisoma Digestive Valid Byrd & Reiber, trivolvis Gland 1940 C brevicauda Byrd H.
Miller stated that he was retaining 10 specimens, including a bone of Cyanocitta
, but no such specimen exists in the UCMP catalogue).