I can certainly recollect on numerous occasions running the gauntlet through St Philip's churchyard in bygone years, this being a communal rendezvous for both the house sparrows (Passer Domesticus
) and starling (Sturnus Vulgaris).
Keywords: Genetic diversity, population structure, microsatellite markers, Passer domesticus
(1986) also declared house crow (Corvus splendens), rose-ringed parakeet (Psittacula krameri), common myna (Acridotheres tristris), rosy starling (Sturnus roseus) and house sparrow (Passer domesticus
) as pestiferous species responsible for the serious crop damages and economic losses.
En el caso de las aves, una de las especies invasoras con mayor exito es el gorrion Passer domesticus
(Linnaeus, 1758), natural de Europa y el Norte de Africa, que actualmente ha ampliado su distribucion a todos los continentes con excepcion de la Antartida (Anderson 2006).
By what name is the common bird Passer domesticus
We used the data for the 15 most commonly detected bird species, with at least 247,000 observed specimens each during 2006-2016, for further analyses: Eurasian blue tit (Cyanistes caeruleus), common chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs), Eurasian magpie (Pica pica), European greenfinch (Chloris chloris), black redstart (Phoenicurus ochruros), great tit (Parus major), common blackbird, house sparrow (Passer domesticus
), Eurasian tree sparrow (Passer montanus), common swift (Apus apus), common house martin (Delichon urbicum), carrion crow (Corvus corone), common wood pigeon (Columba palumbus), European robin (Erithacus rubecula), and common starling (Sturnus vulgaris).
Which bird's Latin name is Passer domesticus
? A House sparrow B Canary C Robin D Starling 13.
The most numerous species were yellowhammer (Emberiza citrinella) (10.7 % of all individuals), fieldfare (Turdus pilaris) (9.4 %), great tit (Parus major) (6.3 %), house sparrow (Passer domesticus
) (5.5 %) and Eurasian siskin (Carduelis spinus) (5.1 %).
For example, a Prothonotary Warbler (Protonotaria citrea) has been reported entering and exiting through an open window to nest inside a building (Perkins 1926), and House Sparrows (Passer domesticus
) in New Zealand cities learned how to open automatic doors to gain access to food inside a cafeteria (Brockie and O'Brien 2004).
Contrasting levels of extra-pair paternity in mainland and island populations of the house sparrow (Passer domesticus
): is there an 'island effect'?