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Behavior, mimetic songs and song dialects, and relationships of the parasitic indigobirds (vidua) of Africa

Robert B. Payne

Behavior, mimetic songs and song dialects, and relationships of the parasitic indigobirds (vidua) of Africa

by Robert B. Payne

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Published by American Ornithologists" Union in [Anchorage, Ky.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Africa.
    • Subjects:
    • Vidua -- Behavior.,
    • Lagonosticta -- Behavior.,
    • Birdsongs -- Africa.,
    • Parasitic birds -- Africa.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 302-312.

      Statementby Robert B. Payne.
      SeriesOrnithological monographs,, no. 11
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL696.P264 P39
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 333 p.
      Number of Pages333
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5429209M
      LC Control Number73075355

      Behavioural and molecular studies suggest that brood parasitic indigobirds (Vidua spp.) rapidly diversified through a process of speciation by host shift. However, behavioural imprinting on host so. Behavior, Mimetic Songs and Song Dialects, and Relationships of the Parasitic Indigobirds (Vidua) of Africa Robert B. Payne Ornithological Monographs ().

      Bibliographic note: There is no "family book" per se, but a fine introduction to this family, with some wonderful photos, is in Payne (a). Literature cited: Payne, R. B. Behavior, mimetic songs and song dialects, and relationships of the parasitic indigobirds (Vidua) of Africa. Ornith. Mongr. Payne, R. B. Five acoustic measurements were made for potential model vocalisations taken from 76 different species, as well as for mockingbird-specific song: (1) repetition of elements or clusters of elements (not shown), (2) delivery rate for expiratory units (shown for Carolina wren song and eastern towhee song, ‘expiratory unit’ = vocal output that a mockingbird could produce during a single.

      songs. Wilson Bull., history of the Ovenbird in southern Michigan. Wilson Bull., Jenkins, E E Cultural transmission of song patterns and dialect development in a free-living bird popula- sal in the Bewick's Wren. Z. Tierpsychol, Payne, R. B. Behavior, mimetic songs, song dialects, and. Behavior, mimetic songs and song dialects, and relationships of the parasitic indigobirds (Vidua) of Africa. Orn. Monogr. Prescott, K. W. Threatened birds of Asia: the BirdLife International Red Data Book. BirdLife International, Cambridge, UK. Busam, M. The possibilities are bewildering: the history and mystery of the.


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Behavior, mimetic songs and song dialects, and relationships of the parasitic indigobirds (vidua) of Africa. [Anchorage, Ky.] American Ornithologists' Union, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert B Payne.

Behavior, Mimetic Songs and Song Dialects, and Relationships of the Parasitic Indigobirds (Vidua) of Africa; Behavior, Mimetic Songs and Song Dialects, and Relationships of the Parasitic Indigobirds (Vidua) of Africa.

Robert B. Payne. Publication Information. Journal: Ornithological Monographs. Issue: Year: Pages: REVIEWS EDITED BY WALTER BOCK Behavior, mimetic songs and song dialects, and relationships of the parasitic indigobirds (Vidua) of Africa.-Robert B. Payne. Payne, R. () Behavior, mimetic songs and song dialects, and relationships of the parasitic indigobirds (Vidua) of Africa.

Ornithological Monograph [taMCB] Payne, R. () Song mimiery and species relationships among the West African pale winged by: Behavior, mimetic songs and song dialects, and relationships of the parasitic indigobirds (Vidua) the main thrust of this book is to suggest that the two main functions of song are attracting.

Payne, R. Behavior, mimetic songs and song dialects, and relationships of the parasitic indigobirds (Vidua) of Africa. Ornithol. Monogr. 11, 1– () Google Scholar 6. Payne, R. Behavior, mimetic songs and song dialects, and relationships of the parasitic indigo- birds (Vidua) of Africa.

OrnithoL Monogr., 11, pp. Sparks, J. On the role of allopreening invitation behaviour in reducing aggression among red avadavats, with comments on its evolution in the Spermestidae. Robert B. Payne, Behavior, Mimetic Songs and Song Dialects, and Relationships of the Parasitic Indigobirds (Vidua) of Africa, Ornithological Monographs.

The indigobirds are more closely related to the straw-tailed whydah based on their phylogenetic relationship where researchers analyzed mitochondrial restriction sites and nucleotide sequences.

Description. Viduidae species differ from one another in size, in breeding plumage and color, and in the songs used for mating. Brood-parasitic village indigobirds,Vidua chalybeata, were bred in captivity and foster-reared by their normal host, red-billed firefinch,Lagonosticta senegala, or by an experimental foster species, Bengalese finch,Lonchura indigobirds reared by Bengalese finches developed the songs of Bengalese finches, and males reared by firefinches developed songs of firefinches.

Behavior, mimetic songs and song dialects, and relationships of the parasitic indigobirds (Vidua) of Africa. Ornithol. Monogr. 1– Payne RB. Species limits in the indigobirds (Ploceidae, Vidua) of West Africa: mouth mimicry, song mimicry, and description of new species.

Misc. The evolutionary significance of song mimicry by indigobird populations and species of several genera of estrildid finches, including the twinspot, is that the brood-parasitic indigobirds (Vidua. Behavior, mimetic songs, and song dialects and relationships of the parasitic indigobirds (Vidua) of Africa.

Ornithol Monogr. 1 – Payne RB, Song structure, behaviour, and sequence of song types in a population of village indigobirds, Vidua chalybeata. Behavior, mimetic songs and song dialects, and relationships of the parasitic indigobirds (Vidua) of Africa.

Ornithological Monogra 1– Google Scholar. Lagonosticta senegala. Indigobirds mimic the songs of the firefinch hosts and also sing a number of non-mimetic songs that are shared among neighbours but that differ among local populations (Payne ; Payne & Payne ).

Birds in a local song population were observed to test whether different song types were associ. Behavior, Mimetic Songs and Song Dialects, and Relationships of the Parasitic Indigobirds (Vidua) of Africa. Ornithological Monographs No. Ornithological Monographs No.

Shiovitz, K. (): The process of species-specific song recognition by the Indigo Bunting,Passerina cyanea, and its relationship to the organization of avian acoustical behavior. Behavior, mimetic songs and song dialects, and relationships of the parasitic indigobirds (Vidua) of Africa.

Ornithological Monographs – Ornithological Monographs – Google Scholar. Payne R.B. Behavior, mimetic songs and song dialects, and relationships of the parasitic indigobirds (Vidua) of Africa.

Ornithol. Monogr. ; – Payne R.B. Species limits in the indigobirds (Ploceidae, Vidua) of West Africa: mouth mimicry, song. The African brood‐parasitic finches Vidua spp. mimic the songs of their host species, the estrildid finches.

Most Vidua species are host specific in their behaviour, mimicking songs and parasitizing a single estrildid species, with most parasite–host associations known only through these mimicry songs (NicolaiPayne).We report a behavioural radiation in one species.PDF Indigo Flight Into The Wild Download ebook full free.

Indigo Flight Into The Wild available for download and read online in pdf, epub, mobi.the vocal behavior of some birds of West Africa and for evoking images of birds in the tropics.-Robert B. Payne. BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS Behavior, Mimetic Songs and Song Dialects, and Relationships of the Parasitic Indigobirds (Vidua) of Africa.

Robert B. Payne. Ornithol. Monogr., no. p (50 figures, 2 color plates). $This A. 0.