2 edition of Studies on neotropical thrushes in Colombia found in the catalog.
Studies on neotropical thrushes in Colombia
George John Wallace
Bibliography: p. 47.
|Statement||by George J. Wallace.|
|Series||Publications of the Museum, Michigan State University. Biological series,, v. 3, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||QH1 .M58 vol. 3, no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||66063596|
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Get this from a library. Studies on neotropical thrushes in Colombia. [George John Wallace]. The Clay-colored Thrush’s range just reaches the United States, in southernmost Texas, but elsewhere it ranges south through eastern Mexico and over much of Middle America to northwest South America, in Colombia.
Like a number of other Neotropical thrushes, it is not a very prepossessing bird, being mainly dull brown over the upperparts. The Cocoa Thrush is found from the Lesser Antilles and eastern Colombia south to central Brazil and eastern Bolivia; there also is a disjunct population in eastern Brazil.
The Cocoa Thrush is brown above, pale orange below and has a dark streaked buffy throat. These thrushes consume fruit, and also forage on the ground for invertebrates.
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The tribes and genera are revised, many new taxonomic changes are proposed, including Stenodiplosis sorghicola comb. nov., and the fauna is related to that of the rest of the world. The introductory chapters include biographical sketches of individuals who have Cited by: Studies of the lowland avifauna in the Neotropical Region have shown a paucity of Leucocytozoon species.
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