Last edited by Daizahn
Tuesday, July 28, 2020 | History

2 edition of nomenclatural history of the Crissal Thrasher (Aves, Mimidae) found in the catalog.

nomenclatural history of the Crissal Thrasher (Aves, Mimidae)

John Patrick Hubbard

nomenclatural history of the Crissal Thrasher (Aves, Mimidae)

by John Patrick Hubbard

  • 301 Want to read
  • 6 Currently reading

Published by Delaware Museum of Natural History in [Greenville] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature.,
  • Crissal thrasher.,
  • Birds -- Nomenclature.,
  • Animals -- Nomenclature.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn P. Hubbard.
    GenreNomenclature.
    SeriesNemouria ;, no. 20
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL1 .N33 no. 20, QL696.P25 .N33 no. 20
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4902773M
    LC Control Number76048050

      The mockingbirds, thrashers and allied birds in the family Mimidae are broadly distributed across the Americas. Many aspects of their phylogenetic his. This document provides information about the "geographic features of the Davis Mountains State Park that is located within Jeff Davis County and the habitat located in the vicinity. The booklet also provides a checklist of all known species to occur within Jeff Davis County." (p. 4).

    The National Audubon Society designated approximately 2, acres of habitat in and around the Verde River Clarkdale as the Tuzigoot Important Bird Area. The area, which encompasses lands in the Verde River Greenway Riparian Corridor, Tavasci Marsh a spring fed marsh of approximately 70 aces which is accessed through Tuzigoot National Monument, Peck s Lake and upland habitats, boasts nearly. appendix (continued). Birds of the monument. This checklist is based entirely on written records of observations of birds seen in the monument. Names are in accordance with A.O.U. Checklist of North American Birds, 5th edition,

    RECOMMENDATION: Authorize a contract with San Diego Natural History Museum to monitor Crissal and LeConte’s thrashers for not to exceed $96, BACKGROUND: The LeConte’s thrasher is a covered species known to be a widespread but patchily distributed resident of arid sandy desert scrub throughout southeastern California. thrasher is closely related to the crissal thrasher and the california thrasher thrasher is endemic to coastal and foothill areas of california thrasher is a rockstar game through and through thrasher is much simpler thrasher is the only thrasher with "robin's egg blue" eggs that has no spots at all thrasher .


Share this book
You might also like
Preaching

Preaching

Interim report of the joint subcommittee studying the reorganization of the State Library and Archives to the Governor and the General Assembly of Virginia.

Interim report of the joint subcommittee studying the reorganization of the State Library and Archives to the Governor and the General Assembly of Virginia.

Dynamics of the Coupled Atmosphere and Ocean (Royal Society Discussion Volumes)

Dynamics of the Coupled Atmosphere and Ocean (Royal Society Discussion Volumes)

The Orchard

The Orchard

Readings, cases, materials in canon law

Readings, cases, materials in canon law

Three documents of current history.

Three documents of current history.

If Only We Could (Penguin Short Fiction)

If Only We Could (Penguin Short Fiction)

Pebble Grain Biblecover, Large Brown

Pebble Grain Biblecover, Large Brown

Images of solitude in the poetry of Alice Meynell.

Images of solitude in the poetry of Alice Meynell.

Our soils and their management.

Our soils and their management.

Crowned in palm-land.

Crowned in palm-land.

Science skills I

Science skills I

Nomenclatural history of the Crissal Thrasher (Aves, Mimidae) by John Patrick Hubbard Download PDF EPUB FB2

Bent Life History of the Crissal Thrasher Published by the Smithsonian Institution between the s and the s, the Bent life history series of monographs provide an often colorful description of the birds of North America. Arthur Cleveland Bent was the lead author for the series.

PDF | On Jan 1,Hubbard and others published The nomenclatural history of the Crissal Thrasher (Aves, Mimidae) | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.

The Nomenclatural History of the Crissal Thrasher (Aves: Mimidae) By J P Hubbard. Abstract. Volume: 20Start Page: 1End Page: Publisher: [Greenville]Delaware Museum of Natural History.

Year: OAI identifier: oai::part/ Author: J P Hubbard. The Crissal Thrasher has grayish-brown upperparts and underparts, a long tail, a long and much decurved bill, a black malar stripe, yellow eyes, and rufous undertail coverts.

Visit the Bent Life History page for additional informaiton. Several kinds of dull gray-brown thrashers occur in the West, but this is the only one along the California coast. The bird's normal range is limited to California and a corner of Baja, but within that range it is quite common in the chaparral, even coming into brushy suburbs.

It spends most of its time on the ground, walking and running with its tail often held high, stopping to dig in the. Among Yellow-rumped Warblers (Dendroica coronata) banded in Portland, Oregon, in the spring migration seasons of throughprealternate molt was found in % of the Myrtle subspecies. Most of the more than 20 named subspecies of Savannah Sparrow are not recognised by Rising (Rising (, and Rising et al.

(), because most geographic variation is clinal and many. It can be tricky to glimpse a Brown Thrasher in a tangled mass of shrubbery, and once you do you may wonder how such a boldly patterned, gangly bird could stay so hidden.

Brown Thrashers wear a somewhat severe expression thanks to their heavy, slightly downcurved bill and staring yellow eyes, and they are the only thrasher species east of Texas. Brown Thrashers are exuberant singers, with one.

The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

Mockingbirds & Thrashers. Songbirds truly worthy of the name are the members of the family Mimidae: the mockingbirds, catbirds, and thrashers. Some of them, especially the mockingbirds, borrow phrases from other birds or from other sounds in their surroundings but they work them into improvisations that are rich and musical, or at least interesting.

The Nomenclatural History of the Crissal Thrasher (Aves: Mimidae) By: Hubbard, John Patrick, Nemouria; occasional papers of the Delaware Museum of Natural History. Volume: Date: Page Range: Publication info: [Greenville]Delaware Museum of Natural History.

View Article; Help Support BHL. () was the 1st book in English. The California thrasher (Toxostoma redivivum) is a large thrasher found primarily in chaparral habitat in California and Baja r to the crissal and Le Conte's thrashers in habit, the California thrasher is the only species of Toxostoma throughout most of its limited range.

Like most thrashers, it rarely flies in the open, preferring to keep hidden in dense brush. Scientific name: Toxostoma crissale The Crissal Thrasher’s secretive habits and preference for dense vegetation in very hot, very dry southwestern habitats makes it difficult to study or even see.

Its loud and musical song is a good giveaway of its presence. The Crissal Thrasher prefers running to flying, and its speed and long tail make it look somewhat like a miniature roadrunner. For example, the Crissal Thrasher, thrashing the soil with its big sickle-shaped bill, can probably root out insects that are unavailable for the short-billed Bendire’s Thrasher.

There are also slight differences in habitat choice; Le Conte’s Thrashers, for example, are found side by side with other thrashers in some places, but their range.

Crissal thrasher is part of WikiProject Birds, an attempt at creating a standardized, informative and easy-to-use ornithological you would like to participate, visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks.

Please do not substitute this template. Start This article has been rated as Start-Class on the project's quality scale. Distribution of the Crissal Thrasher. The Avian Knowledge Network collects data from thousands of locations and multiple data sets. The Birds of North America web site has excellent distribution information, annual membership required.

Visit the eBird web site to report sightings of the American Goldfinch and to view current and some historical information on a state-by-state basis. The Crissal Thrasher is similar, but their ranges do not overlap. Nesting The California Thrasher’s nest is a cup of twigs lined with finer materials, and is placed low in dense vegetation.

California Thrasher at Scissors Crossing Eastward over the Cuyamaca Mountains, right on the edge of the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, I spied a large gray-brown bird in the mesquite. Slightly larger than a robin, plain breast, long curved bill, ample tail.

Southwest region. The listed birds are based on the southern section of the Lower Colorado River Valley, from Yuma County and La Paz County, to the Bill Williams River, (and by extension to Needles, California/Topock, Arizona).The Colorado River borders the higher elevation Mojave Desert to the northwest (Needles and Las Vegas), the Colorado Desert–(extension of Sonoran Desert) on the.

Stop on the way at Florida Wash for birds of brushy areas such as Crissal Thrasher, Black-tailed Gnatcatcher, Black-throated Sparrow, Phainopepla and any desertscrub birds you may have missed. At Madera Canyon Picnic Area look for Acorn and Arizona woodpeckers, Mexican Jay, Bridled Titmouse and Painted Redstart.

and the Crissal Thrasher in New Mexico (Hubbard as descri bed above); and (5) as still unknown in the Cali fornia Thrasher (Co dy Sounds, Vocalizati ons), the curvirostre.LeConte's thrasher (Toxostoma lecontei) is a pale bird found in the southwestern United States and northwestern prefers to live in deserts with very little vegetation, where it blends in with the sandy e's thrashers are nonmigratory birds that reside in the same territory annually.

Although the species has been decreasing in certain areas of its range, in particular.SEAZ Birds: The Missing Tracks is a track, species, five-disc digital collection.

It includes regular species with missing calls (such as Crissal Thrasher), regional specialties and subspecies (such as Elegant Trogon), rare birds (such as Rufous-capped Warbler), and long-expected state-firsts not yet on the Arizona Checklist (such as Rusty Sparrow).