painted bunting

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Related to Passerina ciris: Passerina cyanea

painted bunting

n.
A small bird (Passerina ciris) of Central America and southern North America, the male of which has brilliant multicolored plumage.

paint′ed bunt′ing


n.
a brilliantly colored bunting, Passerina ciris, of the southern U.S. and northern Mexico.
[1805–15, Amer.]
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Las especies mas frecuentes como mascotas fueron: Passerina cyanea (Indigo Bunting), Melopyrrha nigra (Cuban bullfinch), Tiaris olivaceus (Yellow-faced Grassquit), Passerina ciris (Painted Bunting) y Amazona leucocephala (Cuban Amazon).
Floristic work in Palo Pinto and Stephens counties associated with Palo Pinto Mountains State Park was conducted in association with an ecological investigation of painted bunting (Passerina ciris) habitat (Wiegreffe 2015).
Only the painted bunting (Passerina ciris) exhibited increasing trends at both scales.
Se registraron especies importantes desde el punto de vista de la conservation, como Mycteria americana y Passerina ciris.
In central and west Texas, the Indigo Bunting is largely replaced by the congeneric Painted Bunting (Passerina ciris).