2 edition of new species of swift of the genus Cypseloides from northeastern South America (Aves: Apodidae) found in the catalog.
new species of swift of the genus Cypseloides from northeastern South America (Aves: Apodidae)
Charles Thompson Collins
|Other titles||Cypseloides from northeastern South America (Aves: Apedidae)|
|Statement||by Charles T. Collins.|
|Series||Contributions in science,, no. 229|
|LC Classifications||Q11 .L52 no. 229, QL696.A552 .L52 no. 229|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||82461148|
In the Old World, Apus is a widespread and common genus across Eurasia and Swift (right) is the most widespread of all, breeding from England to China (this photo was taken near the eastern edge of its range) and then migrating well south to winter in southern Africa. Although there are very common Apus swifts, others among the 15 species in the genus are rare and local, such as. Journal/Book Name, Vol. No.: The Howard and Moore Complete Checklist of the Birds of the World, 3rd edition: Page(s): Publisher: Princeton University Press: Publication Place: Princeton, New Jersey, USA: ISBN/ISSN: Notes: Reference for: Cypseloides fumigatus, Sooty Swift [English] Author(s)/Editor(s): Gill, Frank, and Biological classification: Species.
This list of birds of Washington includes species credibly documented in the U.S. state of otherwise noted, the list is that of the Washington Bird Records Committee (WBRC) of the Washington Ornithological Society. As of October , the list contained species. The American kestrel (Falco sparverius) is the smallest and most common falcon in North America. It has a roughly two-to-one range in size over subspecies and sex, varying in size from about the weight of a blue jay to a mourning also ranges to South America, and is a well-established species that has evolved seventeen subspecies adapted to different environments and habitats Family: Falconidae.
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Artsr~~cr.-A new species of swift (Cypseloides storeri) is described and given the English name White-fronted Swift. It apparently is most closely related to C. cryptus of Central America and northern South America. It is known from four specimens obtained in Mi- choacln and Guerrero in southwestern Mexico.
Received 6 Juneaccepted I Sept Cited by: "A new species of swift, Cypseloides lemosi, is described from the foothills of southwestern Colombia, department of Cauca, characterized by a conspicuous white pectoral patch and forked tail, without stiffened rectrices.
A new species of swift of the genus Cypseloides from northeastern South America (Aves: Apodidae) VolumePage 1. Hypsocephalus atlanticus, a new genus and species of Lutjanid fish from marine Eocene limestones of northern Florida.
VolumePage 1. The primary reference for Cypseloidine swift nesting data in Central America is the detailed study by Marín & Stiles () at one site in Costa Rica. This paper presents data from a widespread survey of waterfalls in western Panama that provide new records of distribution and nesting details for Spot-fronted Swift.
Cypseloides cherriei. Vol. s 62] I ZX•R, A New Swift from Central 'and a direction noted in some other species. The result was another sur- prising d}scovery of another sort. There is another species of swift in the Americas that occasionally has a white chin.
Examples of this bird have been identified as "Cypse. Population justification: The global population size has not been quantified, but this species is described as 'rare' (Stotz et al.
Trend justification: The population is suspected to be stable in the absence of evidence for any declines or substantial threats.
A new species of Persicula from west Mexico. Marine Bivalve Mollusks of Western South America. Cypseloides storeri: a new species of swift from Mexico.
Pimelodina nasus Eigenmann and Eigenmann was found to be a junior synonym of P. fla- vipinnis Steindachner, making the genus monotypic. Three new species are described: Scythropopsis intricata Santos-Silva, Botero and Wappes from Mexico, Aegomorphus robustus Santos-Silva, Botero and Wappes and Eupromerella boliviana Santos-Silva.
The American black swift, or more simply black swift (Cypseloides niger), is a species of bird that is found from northern British Columbia in Canada through the United States and Mexico to Costa Rica and Brazil. They are also found on islands in the West : Aves.
The name of the new genus is intended to make reference to the popular name of the species included, ghost leafwings (Glassberg, ), a name probably given because of their pale colour and swift Author: Jeffrey Glassberg.
A new species of palm swift, Tachornis uranoceks, is described from a late Pleistocene cave deposit in central Puerto Rico, the only Greater Antillean island on which swifts of the genus Tachornis Author: Jiří Mlíkovský. Abstract. A preliminary list of the picture-winged flies known from Columbia is supplemented by 15 species based predominantly on the materials from the National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C., USA and now contains 28 species, including Xycores igniceps gen.
& sp. from Venezuela and Colombia. The new genus belongs to the subfamily Otitinae and is preliminarily Cited by: 2. Genus Cypseloides Swifts of this genus nest on canyon walls or vertical cliff faces and lay only one egg.
In breeding season it tends to be found near waterfalus and gorges. Swift,_Black Cypseloides niger Found: The Americas. Maine is the northern most country in the northeastern United States. Maine is also the 12th smallest region, and the 9th most populous region.
This region is located in New England, so it is bordered by the New Hampshire region in the west, the southeast is bordered by the Atlantic. This location is also the place for seabirds of Maine.
created the system of classification using genus and species. Binomial Nomenclature. two part naming system. Genus and species.
Genus. first part of a two name system: Genus (homo). Species (Sapien). species. second part of a two name system that can mate and have off-springs. Dichotomous Key. New World quail. Order: Galliformes Family: Odontophoridae. The New World quails are small, plump terrestrial birds only distantly related to the quails of the Old World, but named for their similar appearance and habits.
One species has been recorded in North Carolina. Northern bobwhite, Colinus virginianus; Pheasants, grouse, and allies. Common Swift – Apus apus. Named as Hirundo Apus by Linnaeus inCommon Swift has two subspecies: A. apus (W Palearctic north of Sahara east to Lake Baikal, south-east towards Iran (recent colonist of Gran Canaria and probably Teneriefe) and A.
pekinensis (Iran east through Himalayas to Mongolia and N China). Journal/Book Name, Vol. No.: Birds of the World: Recommended English Names: Page(s): ix + Publisher: Princeton University Press: Publication Place: Princeton, New Jersey, USA: ISBN/ISSN: Notes: Includes a CD-ROM with the full dataset: Reference for: Cypseloides rothschildi, Rothschild's Swift [English]Biological classification: Species.
Genus: Cypseloides Streubel, – Black Swifts: Species: Cypseloides senex (Temminck, ) – Great Dusky SwiftBiological classification: Species.
Journal/Book Name, Vol. No.: Birds of the World: Recommended English Names: Page(s): ix + Publisher: Princeton University Press: Publication Place: Princeton, New Jersey, USA: ISBN/ISSN: Notes: Includes a CD-ROM with the full dataset: Reference for: Cypseloides cryptus, White-chinned Swift [English]Biological classification: Species.Other articles where Cypseloides is discussed: apodiform: Reproduction and life cycle: In one genus, Cypseloides, the young develop a coat of downlike semiplumes (fluffy feathers) prior to the appearance of the juvenile pennaceous (smooth) contour feathers, and this fluffy coat also appears to aid in thermoregulation.Introduction.
The genus Scybalocanthon Martínez () is a small genus of dung beetle from Central and South the original description of the genus, Martínez included only one species, Canthon moniliatus Batestype species of the genus byMartínez revised his original description adding the following characters: pygidium lacking basal margin separating Cited by: 2.