Fox Sparrow

Fox Sparrow

Summary:

Literature Fox Sparrow
[order] Passeriformes |

Fox Sparrow determination[order] Passeriformes | [family] Emberizidae | [latin] Passerella iliaca | [UK] Fox Sparrow | [FR] Bruant fauve | [DE] Fuchsammer | [ES] Sabanero Rascador | [IT] Passerella variabile | [NL] Roodstaartgors


Subspecies and global distribution

  1. Passerella iliaca schistacea
  2. Passerella iliaca unalaschcensis
  3. Passerella iliaca insularis
  4. Passerella iliaca sinuosa
  5. Passerella iliaca annectens
  6. Passerella iliaca townsendi
  7. Passerella iliaca chilcatensis
  8. Passerella iliaca NA w, n
  9. Passerella iliaca olivacea
  10. Melospiza iliaca
  11. Passerella iliaca swarthi
  12. Passerella iliaca canescens
  13. Passerella iliaca megarhyncha
  14. Passerella iliaca altivagans
  15. Passerella iliaca zaboria
  16. Passerella iliaca iliaca
  17. Passerella iliaca fuliginosa

Literature

Title
RECENT EVOLUTIONARY HISTORY OF THE
FOX SPARROWS (GENUS: PASSERELLA)

Author(s): ROBERT M. ZINK AND JASON D. WECKSTEIN
Abstract: On the basis of plumage coloration and mitochondrial DNA variation, four main
groups are recognized within the Fox Sparrow (Passerella iliaca): the red group (iliaca, RE),
sooty group (unalaschcensis, SO), thick-billed (megarhyncha, TB), and slate-..[more]..
Source: The Auk 120(2):522-527, 2003
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Title
THE SONG OF THE FOX SPARROW
Author(s): THEODORE CLARKE SMITH
Abstract: The study of the song of the fox sparrow is a highly tantalizing pursuit owing to the bird’s brief stay, provoking habits of silence and reluctance to sing in full voice…[more]..
Source: The Ohio Naturalist Vol. 3, No. 6
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Title
GEOGRAPHIC VARIATION IN ONTOGENY OF THE FOX SPARROW
Author(s): KEVIN J. BURNS
Abstract: Ontogeny of two morphologically differentiated populations of Fox Sparrows (PassereNail iaca) was compared to reveal the developmental bases of adult morphological
differences. Growth of tarsus, wing, bill, and tail length relative to body mass was ..[more]..
Source: The Condor 95, 652-661
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Title
Natural death of a Fox Sparrow
Author(s): HENRY M . STEVSNSON JR
Abstract: In ‘The Condor,’ September 1924, Laurence M. Huey describes the natural death of an Audubon’s Warbler (Dendroica auduboni) under the title ‘The Natural End of a Bird’s Life.’ Huey describes the bird as “ascending a vertical rose stem in a peculiar sp..[more]..
Source: Auk, Vol. 58
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All of Emberizidae

  1. Cinereous Bunting
  2. Emberiza cineracea
  1. Cirl Bunting
  2. Emberiza cirlus
  1. Corn Bunting
  2. Miliaria calandra
  1. Fox Sparrow
  2. Passerella iliaca
  1. House Bunting
  2. Emberiza striolata
  1. Ortolan Bunting
  2. Emberiza hortulana
  1. Pallass Bunting
  2. Emberiza pallasi
  1. Reed Bunting
  2. Emberiza schoeniclus
  1. Rock Bunting
  2. Emberiza cia
  1. Savannah Sparrow
  2. Passerculus sandwichensis
  1. Snow Bunting
  2. Plectrophenax nivalis
  1. Song Sparrow
  2. Melospiza melodia
  1. White-crowned Sparrow
  2. Zonotrichia leucophrys
  1. Yellowhammer
  2. Emberiza citrinella
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