American Pipit

American Pipit

Summary:

Literature American Pipit
[order] Passeriformes |

American Pipit determination[order] Passeriformes | [family] Motacillidae | [latin] Anthus rubescens | [UK] American Pipit | [FR] Pipit spioncelle | [DE] Bergpieper | [ES] Bisbita Alpino | [IT] Spioncello marino | [NL] Pacifische Waterpieper


Literature

Title
Hatchability of American Pipit eggs in the Beartooth Mountains, Wyoming
Author(s): PAUL HENDRICKS
Abstract: Hatchability often is reported as the proportion of eggs laid that hatch. While this may be the demographic value of ultimate interest as an index of recruitment, such broad usage makes it difficult or impossible to identify more specific proximate f..[more]..
Source: Wilson Bull., 106(2), 1994, pp. 392-399
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Title
SEASONAL STATUS OF THE AMERICAN PIPIT IN IDAHO
Author(s): DANIEL M. TAYLOR
Abstract: In Idaho, the American Pipit (Anthus rubescens) has been considered primarily a migrant, either locally common but erratic (Larrison et al. 1967) or uncommon in spring and common in fall (Burleigh 1972). Several other writers considered it an abundan..[more]..
Source: Western Birds 25:43-49, 1994
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All of Motacillidae

  1. American Pipit
  2. Anthus rubescens
  1. Berthelots Pipit
  2. Anthus berthelotii
  1. Blue-headed Wagtail
  2. Motacilla flava
  1. Blyths Pipit
  2. Anthus godlewskii
  1. Citrine Wagtail
  2. Motacilla citreola
  1. Grey Wagtail
  2. Motacilla cinerea
  1. Meadow Pipit
  2. Anthus pratensis
  1. Tawny Pipit
  2. Anthus campestris
  1. Tree Pipit
  2. Anthus trivialis
  1. Water Pipit
  2. Anthus spinoletta
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