1 edition of On eastern Empidonaces with particular reference to variation in E. traillii found in the catalog.
On eastern Empidonaces with particular reference to variation in E. traillii
L. L. Snyder
|Statement||by L.L. Snyder|
|Series||Contributions of the Royal Ontario Museum of Zoology and Palaeontology -- no. 35, Life sciences contributions -- no. 35|
|Contributions||Royal Ontario Museum|
|LC Classifications||QH1 T65 no.35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 26 p. :|
|Number of Pages||26|
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(Lester Lynne) Snyder and Royal Ontario Museum. Allen's acadicus, were really Traillii, more especially since, in recounting the habits, he says, " it breeds in swamps and thick ets, which are its exclusive haunts." This accords perfectly with the habits of E. traillii, and is utterly at variance with those of acadicus, as elsewhere shown.* As at present made out the Acadian Flycatcher.
Foraging and habitat relationships of the sibling species Willow Flycatcher (Empidonax traillii) and Alder Flycatcher (E. alnorum) in southern Ontario. A northward expansion of the range of Willow Flycatchers has resulted in regions of secondary contact with Alder Flycatchers.
The Willow Flycatcher (Empidonax traillii) is a common migratory species that breeds in a variety of usually shrubby, often wet habitats from Maine to British Columbia and as far south as southern Arizona and southern four or five subspecies are recognized (E.
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Concept Reference Code: B98AOU01NAUS Name Used in Concept Reference: Empidonax traillii Taxonomic Comments: Sometimes treated as E. brewsteri, a junior synonym. Formerly regarded as conspecific with E. alnorum as E. traillii, Traill's Flycatcher (AOU ). See Phillips () for a review of geographic variation in morphology.
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pidonax traillii) in the eastern portion of its range has existed since Brewster () gave the name alnorum to the breeding form of the boreal northeast. Few authors supported Brewster in this division until Aldrich () finally demonstrated that two eastern subspecies are, indeed, rec- ognizable.
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