Description of a new African grass-warbler of the genus

  • 1.66 MB
  • English
Smithsonian Institution , Washington
Cisticola., Birds -- Af



Statementby Edgar A. Mearns.
SeriesSmithsonian miscellaneous collections,, v. 60, no. 20, Smithsonian miscellaneous collections ;, v. 60, no. 20.
LC ClassificationsQL696.P2 M37
The Physical Object
Pagination1 p. l., 2 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6563319M
LC Control Number13035096

Get this from a library. Descriptions of seven new African grass-warblers of the genus Cisticola. [Edgar Alexander Mearns; Smithsonian Institution.]. Get this from a library. Description of a new African grass-warbler of the genus Cisticola. [Edgar Alexander Mearns; Smithsonian Institution.].

Descriptions of Seven New African Grass-Warblers of the Genus Cisticola,Miscellaneous Collections, Volume 56 (25): 5 pages. [Mearns, E. A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Descriptions of Seven New African Grass-Warblers of the Genus Cisticola,Miscellaneous CollectionsAuthor: E.

Mearns. The Cisticolidae family of small passerine birds is a group of about warblers found mainly in warmer southern regions of the Old World. This family probably originated in Africa, which has the majority of species, but there are representatives of the family across tropical Asia into Australasia, and one species, the Zitting cisticola, even breeds in Europe.

Cisticolas (pronounced sis-TIC-olas) are a genus of very small insectivorous birds formerly classified in the Old World warbler family Sylviidae, but now usually considered to be in the separate family Cisticolidae, along with other southern warbler are believed to be quite closely related to the swallows and martins, the bulbuls and the : Aves.

Description of a new taxon brookei of Levaillant's Cisticola Cisticola tinniens from the Western Cape, South Africa Article (PDF Available) in Ostrich - Journal of African Ornithology 70() Mearns, E.

Description of a new African grass-warbler of the genus Cisticola. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 1, 2. Febru Mearns, E. Descriptions of three new African weaver-birds of the genera Estrilda and Granatina.

Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections J Cisticola nigriloris forages in groups of 5–8 birds, apparently keeping in contact by group-singing. Many African and nontropical species, join foraging parties in the nonbreeding season. The typical foraging mode is perched gleaning (also known as standpicking) from the ground or from vegetation.

Full text of "The scales of the African characinid fishes, with two plates" See other formats.

Download Description of a new African grass-warbler of the genus EPUB

The zitting cisticola was described by the naturalist Constantine Samuel Rafinesque in and given the binomial name Sylvia type locality is Campofelice di Roccella in Sicily. The current genus name Cisticola is from Ancient Greek kisthos, "rock-rose", and Latin colere, "to dwell".The specific juncidis is also from Latin and is a diminutive of iuncus, reed".

Addi-tionally, 3 new host species: Cisticola hunteri Shelley, ; Acrocephalus baeticatus (Vieillot, ) and Ploceus xanthops (Hartlaub, ) from Kenya and two new localities are recorded. Description of a new genus and species of hummingbird from Panama. Vol Page 1 Descriptions of seven new African grass-warblers of the genus Cisticola.

Vol Page 1 Descriptions of twelve new species and subspecies of Mammals from Panama If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel free to enter. Mediorhynchus is a genus of parasitic worm, from the family genus contains 58 species distributed globally.

These worms exclusively parasitize birds by attaching themselves around the cloaca using their hook covered proboscis and adhesives secreted from cement glands.

At last; this volume has appeared five years after the publication of the last one, but it has been worth the wait. It treats thrushes not dealt with in Volume 4, the Old World warblers and flycatchers.

The series has improved with time and a number of innovations in this volume add to the accuracy and value of the book. A few (including the gazetteer and red shading on the. This enormous book (it weighs kg, as our postman can testify) is the seventh in a line of handbooks which have served ornithologists and birdwatchers well in southern Africa for more than 60 years.

An important change overall between the Southern African Atlas (Harrison et al. ), earlier versions of Roberts and this one is in the radical modifications of the sequence. This is a list of bird species recorded in avifauna of Zambia include a total of species, of which one is endemic, and one has been introduced by humans.

This list's taxonomic treatment (designation and sequence of orders, families and species) and nomenclature (common and scientific names) follow the conventions of The Clements Checklist of Birds of the World, edition. Introduction. This new revision (May ) is updated to end of February Summary of changes incorporated 1) It takes account of vol 13 of Handbook of the Birds of the World, the most recent updates of the Clements checklist, the revised versions of the International Ornithological Congress list and BirdLife list, the Roberts VII book (previously only the species list on the website.

BOOK REVIEWS. THE BIRDS OF THE BELGIAN CONGO BY JAMES P. CHAPIN. Part III being Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, Volume 75A.

Description Description of a new African grass-warbler of the genus EPUB

New York: pp. The first part of Dr. Chapin's work was published as American Museum of Natural History Bulletin Vol. 45 in and covered the families Os­ triches to Button Quails. On the 18 th of July,one singing male individual of Zitting Cisticola (Cisticola juncidis) was observed at Lake Kolon, Central Hungary.

It is the first record of this species in Hungary. ciliaris, Cisticola chubbi, Cisticola tinniens, Prinia flavicans and Poliolais lopezi belong to the cisticolid clade.

Our re- Our re- sults support a splitting of the African warblers in tw o main. Chattering Cisticola Cisticola anonymus is common at forest edges and clearings in Lower Guinea, well known from Nigeria east to Central African Republic and south through Congo to Angola (Dowsett.

African Paradise Flycatcher Showy, active, bird with upright posture. This female lacks the very long tail feathers of the male, but shares the rusty back and tail.

This banner text can have markup.

Details Description of a new African grass-warbler of the genus PDF

web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive. A line drawing of the Internet Archive headquarters building façade. An illustration of a magnifying glass. An illustration of a magnifying glass. Full text of "Annals of the South African Museum.

Annale van die Suid-Afrikaanse Museum". This is a list of the bird species recorded in area covered by this list is the Africa region defined by the American Birding Association's listing rules. In addition to the continent itself, the area includes Socotra in the Arabian Sea, Zanzibar, the Canary Islands, and São Tomé, Príncipe, and Annobon in the Gulf of does not include Madeira, the Azores, Cape Verde, the.

The cuckoo-finch (Anomalospiza imberbis), also known as the parasitic weaver or cuckoo weaver, is a small passerine bird now placed in the family Viduidae with the indigobirds and whydahs. It occurs in grassland in Africa south of the Sahara.

The male is mainly yellow and green while the female is buff with dark streaks. The eggs are laid in the nests of other birds.

ULTIMATE TANZANIA: OVERVIEW. Birdquest’s Ultimate Tanzania birding tours explore the Eastern Arc Mountains and Pemba. This is definitely ‘The Other Tanzania’, far from the well-known safari route from Kilimanjaro to Serengeti, but the area where by far the greatest concentration of Tanzania’s endemic and other speciality birds occur.

Heading north we did well in the heat at Nasia Pond, with Black-faced Quailfinch, African Silverbill, Moustached Grass-Warbler, and Black-backed Cisticola.

The stop at Tongo Hills was as always rewarding albeit hot this year, with Fox Kestrel, Spotted Thick-knee, a roosting Grayish Eagle-Owl, Mocking Cliff-chat, Gosling's Bunting, and. An African Blue Flycatcher Elminia longicauda at Dzita, west of Keta, on 9 February (AN), is remarkable, as there are only a few old records from the coast (the most recent in ) and this is a new site (cf.

DowsettLemaire & Dowsett Birds of Ghana). from ABC Bulletin The Cape Grassbird or Cape Grass Warbler (Sphenoeacus afer) is an African warbler found in southern Africa. It is a common species of coastal and mountain fynbos and long, rank grass on mountain slopes or in river valleys.

The Cape Grassbird builds a cup nest flow in. Six down, one to go! It is now 18 years since the first volume of this work appeared but only three since volume 5, a consequence, we are told, of the publishers 'having put their foot down and insisted that operations be accelerated.' Which is good news for all those who read this journal.

Volume 6 treats 19 families, from the Picathartidae to the Buphagidae, and in so doing covers, among.AFRICAN ELEPHANT (Loxodonta africana) – Great animals at Mole, with two single animals, one of whom was visiting the new tented camp whilst the other came to our own campground area next day before turning off to feed.

Also a group of 10 including a youngster bathing in .ZITTING CISTICOLA (AFRICAN) (Cisticola juncidis uropygialis) – A single from Tono Dam. BLACK-BACKED CISTICOLA (Cisticola eximius) – Unexpectedly good looks from the bridge at Nasia; normally we have to get down the embankment and flog around .