Greenfinch

Greenfinch

Summary:

Literature Greenfinch
[order] Passeriformes | [family]

Greenfinch determination[order] Passeriformes | [family] Fringillidae | [latin] Carduelis chloris | [UK] Greenfinch | [FR] Verdier d’Europe | [DE] Grünling | [ES] Verderón Común | [IT] Verdone eurasiatico | [NL] Groenling


Literature

Title
Activity and predator escape performance of common greenfinches Carduelis chloris infected with sindbis virus
Author(s): Lindström K.M., I.T. van der Veen, B-A. Legault & J.O. Lundström
Abstract: The fitness effects of parasites on their hosts are often unknown. For most
avian viruses, no records of clinical disease have been associated with
infections. In this study we tested if birds would alter their behaviour during
an infection with a..[more]..
Source: Ardea 91(1): 103-111
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Title
Sexing juvenile Greenfinches Carduelis chloris by the extent of black on the tail
Author(s): Marta Arenas and Juan Carlos Senar
Abstract: There is increasing interest in the study of the evolution of sex ratios in birds. Correct assignment of sex to fledgling and juvenile birds is critical for studies that deal with differential sex allocation at nests or sexual variation in survival o..[more]..
Source: Ringing & Migration (2004) 22, 1-3
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Title
The removal of colour rings by Greenfinches Carduelis chloris
Author(s): Ziemowit Kosinski
Abstract: This paper examines the effect of sex and ring colour on the frequency of removal of plastic colour rings by Greenfinches Carduelis chloris. Of 55 recaptures of 42 individuals, 22 (40%) had lost at least one of its colour rings. Females showed a tend..[more]..
Source: Ringing & Migration (2004) 22, 4-6
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Title
Structural conservation and variation in the mitochondrial control region of fringilline finches (Fringilla spp.) and the greenfinch (Carduelis chloris
Author(s): H.D. Marshall and A.J. Baker
Abstract: We sequenced the entire control region and portions of flanking genes (tRNAPhe, tRNAGiu, and ND6) in the common chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs), blue chaffinch (F. teydea), brambling (F. montifringilla), and greenfinch (Carduelis chloris). In these fin..[more]..
Source: Mol. Biol. Evol., Feb 1997; 14:173-184
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All of Fringillidae

  1. Arctic Redpoll
  2. Carduelis hornemanni
  1. Blue Chaffinch
  2. Fringilla teydea
  1. Brambling
  2. Fringilla montifringilla
  1. Bullfinch
  2. Pyrrhula pyrrhula
  1. Canary
  2. Serinus canaria
  1. Chaffinch
  2. Fringilla coelebs
  1. Citril Finch
  2. Serinus citrinella
  1. Evening Grosbeak
  2. Hesperiphona vespertina
  1. Greenfinch
  2. Carduelis chloris
  1. Hawfinch
  2. Coccothraustes coccothraustes
  1. Lesser Redpoll
  2. Carduelis flammea cabaret
  1. Linnet
  2. Carduelis cannabina
  1. Red Crossbill
  2. Loxia curvirostra
  1. Redpoll
  2. Carduelis flammea
  1. Rosefinch
  2. Carpodacus erythrinus
  1. Serin
  2. Serinus serinus
  1. Siskin
  2. Carduelis spinus
  1. Twite
  2. Carduelis flavirostris
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