Thamnophilus


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Noun1.Thamnophilus - a genus of Formicariidae
bird genus - a genus of birds
ant shrike - antbirds superficially resembling shrikes
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1 Murcielago Subfamilia 4 Carolliinae Sin determinar 6 Clase Aves Phasianidae Gallina/Gallo Gallus gallus 32 domestico Cathartidae Gallinazo Coragyps atratus 19 Columbidae Torcaza Zenaida auriculata 3 Cuculidae Chao Luis Crotophaga ani 6 Strigidae Buho Megascops choliba 3 Trochilidae Colibri Chalybura buffonii 2 Momotidae Barranquero Momotus 1 aequatorialis Thamnophilidae Pajaro grillo Thamnophilus sp.
Thamnophilidae 02/03 66.6 4,5 Taraba major Thamnophilus pelzeni 03/05 60 1,3 Tyrannidae 02/24 8.3 1,5 Leptopogon amaurocephalus Myiarchus tyrannulus 01/04 25 1 Tolmomyias sulphurescens 03/09 33.3 1 Pipridae 01/15 6.7 6 Antilophia galeata Turdidae 04/29 13.8 1 Turdus leucomelas Thraupidae 02/04 50 3 Saltator maximus Saltator similis 01/04 25 1 Lanio penicillata 02/28 7.2 1,5 Lanio cucullatus 01/04 25 2 Emberizidae 01/04 25 2 Arremon flavirostris Parulidae 01/26 3.8 1 Basileuterus flaveolus Basileuterus hypoleucus 05/51 9.8 1 Icteridae 02/07 28.6 3,0 Cacicus haemorrhous Bird family/ Species Species Tick no L N Thamnophilidae A.
albescens I 6 - Pseudoseisura lophotes I 10 - Leptasthenura platenses I - 1 Thamnophilus caerulescens I 3 2 Taraba major I 2 1 Rhinocrypta lanceolata I 5 - Melanopareia maximiliani I 1 - Phytotoma rutila H 1 1 Xolmis irupero I 2 1 Stigmatura budytoides I - 4 Pitangus sulphuratus O 3 1 Empidonomus I 1 - aurantioatrocristatus Suiriri suiriri I 1 - Myiophobus fasciatus I 2 - Todirostrum I 3 3 margaritaceiventer Euscarthmus meloryphus I 4 - Serpophaga subcristata I 6 - Elaenia albiceps I 1 - E.
Two antwren species, Mymotherula fulviventris and Microrhopias quixensis, formed the core of the understory flocks and occupied territories of [sim]1 ha (see also Greenberg and Gradwohl 1985, 1986); they were joined by two other species, Thamnophilus atrinucha and Myrmotherula axillaris, that often moved between more than one flock.
Some species, including the barred ant-shrike (Thamnophilus doliatus), move to the riverside forests in the dry season and return to the deciduous forests when the rains begin, while others migrate to South America as food becomes scarce.
Multiple paternity in wild populations of the garter snake, Thamnophilus sirtalis.