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Polioptila From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Polioptila Polioptila californica Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Order: Passeriformes Family: Polioptilidae Genus: Polioptila

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essentially unknown. A species new to science , the critically endangered Iquitos Gnatcatcher Polioptila clementsi , was first described in 2005. This species is a member of the Guianan Gnatcather Polioptila guianensis complex, which recently has been proposed split into three species

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The Cuban Gnatcatcher ( Polioptila lembeyei ) is a species of bird in the Polioptilidae family, the gnatcatchers . It is endemic to Cuba . Its natural habitat is xeric scrubland . It is the smallest species in the Polioptilidae family at 10 cm (4 in). [ edit ] References BirdLife

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The Guianan Gnatcatcher ( Polioptila guianensis ) is a species of bird in the Polioptilidae family. It is found in the canopy in the Amazon Rainforest . This relatively plain gnatcatcher includes three subspecies , each sometimes considered a species: Guianan Gnatcatcher, Polioptila | 2011/5/6 15:32:47

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while he was there. The majority of the 38 drawings in Lembeye's book were copied from the royal octavo plates of John James Audubon ; in some cases, he even copied the plants depicted in the background. Bee Hummingbird was described in his book first time, Mellisuga helenae Gundlach Lembeye

List of North American birds print that page


This list is based on the North American Checklist of the American Ornithologists Union supplemented by checklists from Panama, Greenland, Bermuda and Trinidad and Tobago. It includes the birds of Greenland , Canada , the United States (excluding Hawaii ), Mexico , Central America , Bermuda

Iquitos Gnatcatcher print that page

The Iquitos Gnatcatcher Polioptila clementsi is a gnatcatcher (Polioptilidae) described as new to science in 2005. It is currently only known from the Allpahuayo-Mishana National Reserve , west of Iquitos , Peru . The species is a member of the Polioptila guianensis complex. It is named | 2011/4/28 14:17:14

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The Tropical Gnatcatcher ( Polioptila plumbea ) is a small active insectivorous songbird , which is a resident species throughout a large part of the Neotropics . There are large geographical variations in its voice and plumage , resulting in some populations sometimes being considered separate | 2010/9/25 23:24:37

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The California Gnatcatcher , Polioptila californica , is a small 10.8 cm (4.25 inches) long insectivorous bird which frequents dense coastal sage scrub growth. This species was recently split from the similar Black-tailed Gnatcatcher of the Sonoran and Chihuahuan deserts. Contents

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The White-lored Gnatcatcher ( Polioptila albiloris ) is a species of bird in the Polioptilidae family. It is found in Costa Rica , El Salvador , Guatemala , Honduras , Mexico , and Nicaragua . Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests , subtropical or tropical moist