2 edition of comparative life-history study of four species of wood-peckers found in the catalog.
comparative life-history study of four species of wood-peckers
Louise de Kiriline Lawrence
Bibliography: p. 154-156.
|Statement||by Louise de Kiriline Lawrence.|
|Series||Ornithological monographs -- no. 5., Ornithological monographs -- no. 5.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||156 p. :|
|Number of Pages||156|
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[Louise de Kiriline Lawrence]. A comparative life-history study of four species of woodpeckersLouise De Kiriline Lawrence. Ornithological Monographs, no. 5, American Ornithologists' Union. 33 figs., 15 tables. Paper. $ ($ to A.O.U. members) Woodpeckers are of special interest to many ornithologists.
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Playback experiments were conducted on four. The paper presents a phylogeny of Old World woodpeckers based on mitochondrial (cytochrome b, 12S rRNA). It complements published phylogenies of this group in several important aspects.
The study site consisted of ha of freshwater marsh, ponds, fields and deciduous woods. The dominant trees are red maple (Acer rubrum), beech (Fagus grandifolia), Ameri- 16 SULLIVAN: SOCIAL FORAGING IN DOWNY WOODPECKERS 17 can elm (Ulmus americana), ash (Fraxinus spp.) and northern red oak (Quercus rubra).Cited by: In this study, we compared the hissing calls of five tit species including cinereous tits (Parus cinereus), marsh tits (Poecile palustris), varied tits (Sittiparus varius), willow tits (Poecile montanus), and coal tits (Periparus ater) in Saihanba National Forest Park in Hebei and Xianrendong National Nature Reserve in : Li Zhang, Jianping Liu, Zezhong Gao, Lei Zhang, Dongmei Wan, Wei Liang, Anders Pape Møller.
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99 pp., 62 text figures. Price $ ($ to AOU members). MONOGRAPH No. A Comparative Life-history Study of Four Spe-cies of Woodpeckers, by Louise de Kiriline Lawrence.
pp., 33 text figures. Price $ ($ to AOU members). MONOGRAPH No. Novel fuNctioN of flutter display iN tHe Black-Backed Woodpecker ANDREW N.
STILLMAN, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of many woodpecker species including the Black-backed (P. arcticus), Lawrence, L. de K. A comparative life-history study of four species of wood-peckers. Ornithol. Monogr. –; doi /. Major studies of Yellow-bellied Sapsucker include that of Louise de Kiriline Lawrence, working in Ontario (Lawrence, L.
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