Serin

Summary:

Literature Serin
[order] Passeriformes | [family]

Serin determination[order] Passeriformes | [family] Fringillidae | [latin] Serinus serinus | [UK] Serin | [FR] Serin cini | [DE] Girlitz | [ES] Verdecillo | [IT] Verzellino europeo | [NL] Europese Kanarie


Literature

Title
Prevalence of louse-flies Diptera, Hippoboscidae parasitizing a cardueline finch and its effect on body condition.
Author(s): Senar J.C., Copete J.L., Domenech J. & Von Walter G.
Abstract: Prevalence of louse-flies Diptera, Hippoboscidae parasitizing a cardueline finch and its effect on body condition…[more]..
Source: ARDEA 82 (1): 157-160.
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Title
Are foraging Serin Serinus serinus females more vigilant than males? The effect of sex ratio.
Author(s): Domenech J. & Senar J.C.
Abstract: Given that in many bird species females are subordinate to males and that, in general, subordinate individuals are more vigilant than dominants ones, we should predict foraging females to be more vigilant than males. This prediction is tested here in..[more]..
Source: ARDEA 87 (2): 277-284.
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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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