Red-breasted Flycatcher

Red-breasted Flycatcher


Literature Red-Breasted Flycatcher
[order] Passeriformes |

Red-Breasted Flycatcher determination[order] Passeriformes | [family] Muscicapidae | [latin] Ficedula parva | [UK] Red-Breasted Flycatcher | [FR] Gobemouche nain | [DE] Zwergschn├Ąpper | [ES] Papamoscas Papirrojo | [IT] Pigliamosche pettirosso | [NL] Kleine Vliegenvanger


The influence of male age and phenology on reproductive success of the red-breasted flycatcher (Ficedula parva)
Author(s): Mitrus, C. 2006
Abstract: I studied arrival time, breeding phenology, and breeding success in relation to the age class (second year and older) of male red-breasted flycatchers for six breeding seasons (2000-2005) in the prim val Bialowieza Forest, eastern Poland. Older males..[more]..
Source: Ann. Zool. Fennici 43: 358-365
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Is the later arrival of young male red-breasted flycatchers ( Ficedula parva ) related to their physical condition?
Author(s): Cezary Mitrus
Abstract: Intraspecific variation in the arrival time of migratory birds to breeding grounds is common. Although this phenomenon has been explained in various ways, the condition-dependency of arrival is often evoked. I analyzed the arrival time of male red-br..[more]..
Source: J Ornithol (2007) 148:53-58
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First evidence of phenological change in a transcontinental migrant overwintering in the Indian sub-continent: the Red-breasted Flycatcher Ficedula parva
Author(s): C. Mitrus, T.H. Sparks & P. Tryjanowski
Abstract: We analysed data on the Red-breasted Flycatcher Ficedula parva collected in old- growth, oak-hornbeam stands in the primeval Forest, Poland during 1973- 2002. In this period, the Red-breasted Flycatcher’s return to its breeding sites became sig nific..[more]..
Source: Ornis Fennica 82:13-19. 2005
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All of Muscicapidae

  1. Black Redstart
  2. Phoenicurus ochruros
  1. Black-eared Wheatear
  2. Oenanthe hispanica
  1. Bluethroat
  2. Luscinia svecica
  1. Canary Islands Chat
  2. Saxicola dacotiae
  1. Collared Flycatcher
  2. Ficedula albicollis
  1. European Robin
  2. Erithacus rubecula
  1. Nightingale
  2. Luscinia megarhynchos
  1. Northern Wheatear
  2. Oenanthe oenanthe
  1. Pied Flycatcher
  2. Ficedula hypoleuca
  1. Red-breasted Flycatcher
  2. Ficedula parva
  1. Redstart
  2. Phoenicurus phoenicurus
  1. Rufous Bush Robin
  2. Cercotrichas galactotes
  1. Siberian Stonechat
  2. Saxicola maura
  1. Spotted Flycatcher
  2. Muscicapa striata
  1. Stonechat
  2. Saxicola torquata
  1. Thrush Nightingale
  2. Luscinia luscinia
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