10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «NONPASSERINE»
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Extinction and Biogeography of Tropical Pacific Birds
Families Genera Species Nonpasserine Passerine Total Nonpasserine
Passerine Total Nonpasserine Passerine Total Table 17-9 Taxonomic
representation of nonpasserine landbirds in Micronesia as a percentage of the
Energetics and Avian Behavior: Physiology and General ...
3 Seasonal Variations of Energetics 1nterrelationships between energetic
metabolism (oxygen consumption at rest at night - SM: food intake - E.\f) and
ambient temperatures ( 7"A, °C) for 9 nonpasserine species and 1 8 passerine
species in ...
Animal Physiology: Adaptation and Environment
Figure 5.12 The resting oxygen consumption (metabolic rate) of birds increases
with body size. The slope shown here indicates that for a nonpasserine bird of
any given size, oxygen consumption is similar to that of a mammal of the same
Knut Schmidt-Nielsen, 1997
Breeding Bird Use of Grasslands Enrolled in the Conservation ...
We found 351 active nests of 51 species (18 nonpasserine and 33 passerine
species) during the North Dakota statewide study and 2298 active nests of 62
species (23 nonpasserine and 39 passerine species) during the CRP grassland
Lawrence Donald Igl, 2009
Birds of British Columbia, Volume 2: Nonpasserines - Diurnal ...
The Bird Resource: Its National and International Significance The diverse
habitats of the province support an astounding array of nonpasserine and
passerine species that breed, stage, and winter, or are resident in British
Columbia. Of these ...
La Selva: Ecology and Natural History of a Neotropical Rain ...
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Nouragues: Dynamics and Plant-Animal Interactions in a ...
Nevertheless it is interesting to note that a larger proportion of Nonpasserines are
more strictly frugivores than Passerines: Nonpasserine frugivores account for
23.3% of all Nonpasserine species and for 56.8% of vegetarian Nonpasserines ...
Extreme Measures: The Ecological Energetics of Birds and Mammals
Basal rates in nonpasserine birds that search for insect prey with sustained flight,
such as swifts (68.3% ± 10.87% [N = 3]) and the nighthawk (Chordeiles minor, 67
%), a continuously active caprimulgid, are higher than in related species that sit ...
The Birds of British Columbia: Nonpasserines: Diurnal Birds ...
This is the second of three volumes on the avifauna of British Columbia; it
completes a discussion of the nonpasserine birds begun in Volume 1. The
passerine birds are discussed in Volume 3. The first volume contains the
Introduction to the ...
Robert Wayne Campbell, Neil K. Dawe, British Columbia. Wildlife Branch, 1997
The Birds of Northern Melanesia : Speciation, Ecology, and ...
... the Australian region, but 43 (51% of the nonpasserine superspecies, 25% of
the passerine superspeciesl extend west beyond Wallace's Line, and 21 even
reach Europe, Africa, and/or the Americas. Of those 43 wide-ranging
Museum of Comparative Zoology Harvard University Ernst Mayr Alexander Agassiz Professor of Zoology (Emeritus), Jared Diamond Professor of Physiology UCLA Medical Center, 2001
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Somali Ostrich and 360 Other Newly Discovered Birds Added to List …
... water birds, owls and similar species (collectively known as nonpasserine birds, because all other birds come from the order Passeriformes) ... «Scientific American, Jul 14»
Scientists Gauge Ancient Die-Off of Pacific Birds
The team decided to look for nonpasserine land birds on 41 of the 269 larger islands in the eastern Pacific. Passerines are birds that perch, ... «Science AAAS, Mar 13»