We monitored 997 active nests of eight species with sufficient sample sizes to fit nest survival models including 73 Acadian flycatcher (Empidonax virescens, [n.sub.eff] = 1276), 172 bluegray gnatcatcher (Polioptila caerulea, [n.sub.eff] = 1980), 256 Eastern wood-pewee (Contofms virens, [n.sub.eff] = 5344), 72 field sparrow (Spizella pusilla, [n.sub.eff] = 608), 207 indigo bunting (Passerina cyanea, [n.sub.eff] = 2206), 47 prairie warbler (Setophaga discolor, [n.sub.eff] = 504), 66 summer tanager (Piranga rubra, [n.sub.eff] = 893), and 102 yellow-breasted chat (Icteria
virens, [n.sub.eff] = 1021) nests.
Exclusion criteria were interference due to hemolysis, icteria
Gills Valid & Cronin, 1943 microlophus Vasotrema longitestis Apalone Arterial Valid Byrd, 1939 spinifera Vessels Zonorchis chandleri Icteria
Liver Bile Valid Denton, 1972 virens Duct Cestoda Biacetabulum carpiodi Carpiodes Intestine Valid Mackiewicz, 1969 carpio Calentinella etnieri Erimyzon Intestine Valid Mackiewicz, 1974 oblongus Penarchigetes E.
Hemolysis, lipemia, and icteria
are detected via a spectrophotometry method, and semiquantitative unitless values are provided for each sample on the chemistry analyzer.
Moreover, we observed the Yellow-breasted Chat (Icteria
virens) and Eastern Screech-Owl only in 2005.
Raven 0.70 U R Corvus Chihuahuan Raven PR cryptoleuais Corvus corax Common Raven PR Hirundo Barn Swallow SR rustica Baelophus Black-crested PR 4.60 C C atricristatus Titmouse Auriparus Verdin PR 0.18 R R flaviceps Thryothorus Carolina Wren PR 5.28 C C ludovicianus Thryomanes Bewick's Wren PR 0.63 U U bewickii Polioptila Blue-gray PR 0.72 R C caerulea Gnatcatcher Mimas Nothern Mockingbird PR 0.31 R R polyglottos Toxosloma Long-billed Thrasher PR 0.22 R R longirostre Toxostoma Curve-bil1ed PR curvirostre Thrasher Geothtypis Common Yellowthroat PR 0.11 R R trichas Myioborus Painted Redstart SR pictus Basileuterus Rufous-capped PR 0.05 - R rufifrons + Warbler Icteria
Yellow-breasted Chat SR 3.16 C virens Piranga flava Hepatic Tanager PR?
Early successional species such as brown-headed cowbirds (Molothrus ater) and yellow-breasted chats (Icteria
virens) might be expected to occur more frequently in areas heavily disturbed by military training or by forestry practices that create forest openings and increase edge (2, 3).
Densities of three species, Hooded Warbler (Wilsonia citrina), Yellow-Breasted Chat (Icteria
virens) and White-Eyed Vireo (Vireo griseus) were compared using mist net data from the two treatment areas.
Population biology of the Yellow-breasted Chat (Icteria
virens L.) in southern Indiana.
(a) Analyte, unit Value Reference interval Anion gap, mmol/L 34 (H) (b) 4-12 Creatine kinase, 16035 (H) 0-200 units/L Lactate dehydrogenase, 10124 (H) [less than or units/L equal to] 170 Troponin I, ng/mL 0.54 (H) <0.1 Triglyceride, mg/dL 744 (H) <150 Creatinine, mg/dL 1.6 (H) 0.6-1.4 ALT, units/L 127 17-63 AST, units/L 234 15-41 (a) The serum index calculated by the Beckman Coulter AU680 instrument for the patient sample was as follows: hemolysis >150 mg/dL, H; lipemia >10 mg/L, H; and icteria
>6.0 mg/dL, H.