GUBERNATRIX CRISTATA PDF

Your login: Password:. Enter your login name or your email address and click on Send reminder to receive a reminder by email. The Yellow Cardinal Gubernatrix cristata is a species of bird in the Thraupidae family. Sometimes classified in the bunting and American sparrow family Emberizidae, more recent studies have shown it to belong with the tanagers. It is the only member of its genus, Gubernatrix.

Author:Zulkihn Akigrel
Country:Equatorial Guinea
Language:English (Spanish)
Genre:Travel
Published (Last):17 September 2005
Pages:285
PDF File Size:13.30 Mb
ePub File Size:7.89 Mb
ISBN:449-3-22094-511-5
Downloads:41167
Price:Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader:Fenrile



We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. During two breeding seasons October to February — , we monitored nests and described the main breeding traits. The breeding season started from the first week of October, with a peak of active nests in mid-November and lasted until mid-February. We found 32 nests, of which 30 were monitored. All nests were built on Prosopis trees, on average at 2.

Parasitism in nestlings by botfly larvae Philornis sp. We found a longer breeding season, occurrence of second broods, and higher rates but fewer nest losses due to brood parasitism in comparison to the Argentinian population.

We highlight the importance of natural history studies for the conservation of different populations of the same species. Download to read the full article text. Alvares C. Meteorologische Zeitschrift — Google Scholar. Azpiroz A. Beier C. Cooperative breeding and demography of Yellow Cardinal Gubernatrix cristata in Brazil.

Revista Brasileira de Ornitologia 12— Belton W. Bencke G. Aves, p. In: Fontana C. Bertonatti C. Hornero — BirdLife International. Species factsheet: Gubernatrix cristata. Cabrera A. Biogeografia de America Latina. Castellanos A. Hornero 5: 1— Notas nidologicas sobre pepiteros, cardenales, etc. Aves, Emberizidae , primera parte. Historia Natural 2: 1—4. Di Giacomo A. Male and female reproductive success in a threatened polygynous species: the Strange-tailed Tyrant, Alectrurus risora.

Condor — Dias R. Gubernatrix cristata , p. In: Machado A. Impact of Shiny Cowbird and botfly parasitism on the reproductive success of the globally endangered Yellow Cardinal Gubernatrix cristata. Bird Conservation International — Effects of fragmentation and hybridization on geographical patterns of song variation in the endangered Yellow Cardinal Gubernatrix cristata. Ibis — Genetic structure reveals management units for the Yellow Cardinal Gubernatrix cristata , endangered by habitat loss and illegal trapping.

Conservation Genetics — Dudaniec R. Effects of the parasitic flies of the genus Philornis Diptera: Muscidae on birds. Emu 13— Fraga R. Shiny Cowbird Molothrus bonariensis , p. In: del Hoyo J. Handbook of the birds of the world: tanagers to New World blackbirds. Barcelona: Lynx Editions. Hensler G. The Mayfield method of estimating nesting success: a model, estimators and simulation results.

Wilson Bulletin 42— Hornero 53— Jaramillo A. Yellow Cardinal. Handbook of the birds of the world alive. Kilner R. How selfish is a cowbird nestling? Animal Behaviour — Liebezeit J. Nest predators, nest-site selection, and nesting success of the Dusky Flycatcher in a managed Ponderosa Pine Forest.

Lopes L. Biologia reprodutiva de Suiriri affinis e S. Lowther P. Lists of victims and hosts of the parasitic cowbirds Molothrus. Manica L. Helpers at the nest of Whitebanded Tanager Neothraupis fasciata benefit male breeders but do not increase reproductive success. Journal of Ornithology — Marchiori J.

In: Deble L. Marini M. In: von Matter S. Rio de Janeiro: Technical Books. Martin T. Nest predation and nest sites: new perspectives on old patterns. Bioscience — Life history evolution in tropical and south temperate birds: what do we really know? Journal of Avian Biology — A conceptual framework for clutch-size evolution in songbirds. American Naturalist — Nest-monitoring plots: methods for locating nests and monitoring success. Journal of Field Ornithology — Nest predation and nest-site selection of a western population of the Hermit Thrush.

Condor 51— Martins-Ferreira C. Massoni V. A neglected cost of brood parasitism: egg punctures by shiny cowbirds during inspection of potential host nests. Mayfield H. Suggestions for calculating nest success. Wilson Bulletin — Paquet M.

Maternal effects in relation to helper presence in the cooperatively breeding Sociable Weaver. Pereira M. R Core Team.

R: a language and environment for statistical computing. Rabuffetti F.

HYPERION DISCLOSURE MANAGEMENT XBRL FILETYPE PDF

Yellow Cardinal

We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. During two breeding seasons October to February — , we monitored nests and described the main breeding traits. The breeding season started from the first week of October, with a peak of active nests in mid-November and lasted until mid-February. We found 32 nests, of which 30 were monitored. All nests were built on Prosopis trees, on average at 2. Parasitism in nestlings by botfly larvae Philornis sp.

6ES7 414 2XK05 0AB0 PDF

Yellow cardinal

The yellow cardinal Gubernatrix cristata is a species of bird in the family Thraupidae. It is the only member of its genus , Gubernatrix. It is found in Argentina , Brazil , Paraguay , and Uruguay. Its natural habitats are dry savanna , temperate shrubland , subtropical or tropical moist shrubland, and temperate grassland. It is threatened by habitat loss and from pet trade trappers. As such, the Yellow Cardinal is characterized as endangered due to the constant entrapment. It was found that there was some variation with the Common Diuca Finch [ clarification needed ] [5].

THE JAVA FAQ BY JONNI KANERVA PDF

.

Related Articles