Emberizidae


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Related to Emberizidae: Parulidae, Icteridae
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Noun1.Emberizidae - buntings and some New World sparrows
bird family - a family of warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrates characterized by feathers and forelimbs modified as wings
family Fringillidae, Fringillidae - finches: goldfinches; bullfinches; chaffinches; siskins; canaries; cardinals; grosbeaks; crossbills; linnets; buntings
genus Passerina, Passerina - a genus of small North American finches including the New World buntings
Emberiza, genus Emberiza - Old World buntings
References in periodicals archive ?
Three new species of Isospora Schneider, 1881 (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from the double-collared seed eater, Sporophila caerulescens (Passeriformes: Emberizidae), from Eastern Brazil, Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, v.100, p.151-154, 2005.
Analysis of plumage, morphology, and voice reveals species-level differences between two subspecies of Prevost's Ground-sparrow Melozone biarcuata (Prevost and Des Murs) (Aves: Emberizidae).
La familia mas abundante en el presente estudio fue Emberizidae con 113 individuos, seguido de Corvidae y Parulidae con 95 y 86 individuos, respectivamente.
First documented record for the Rufous Collared Sparrow Zonotrichia capensis (Aves: Emberizidae) in the Peruvian Amazon
A new species of brush finch (Emberizidae: Atlapetes) from the northern Central Andes of Colombia.
PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIP OF 13 SPECIES OF EMBERIZIDAE (AVES, PASSERIFORMES) BASED ON COMPLETE MITOCHONDRIAL GENOME.
The most commonly detected species was the western meadowlark Sturnella neglecta (n = 56 detections), while the Emberizidae (sparrows) family was the most commonly detected family (n = 106).
In Mexico it has been reported from the state of Oaxaca (Sierra Madre del Sur, Rio Molina, ex Cypseloides rutilus (=Streptoprocne rutila (Vieillot, 1817)) (Apodiformes: Apodidae) [Maa, 1969a]); from Chiapas, localities of Santa Rosa and San Cristobal de las Casas, ex Junco phaeonotus fulvescens (Wagler, 1831) (Passeriformes: Emberizidae), Piranga leucoptera leucoptera (Trudeau, 1839) (Passeriformes: Cardinalidae), and Momotus momota lessonii Lesson, 1842 (Coraciiformes: Momotidae); and in Veracruz, locality of Orizaba, but without mention of the host (Lopez Campos, 1988).
1998: Geographic analysis of nucleotide diversity and song sparrow (Aves: Emberizidae) population history.