BirdLife International and Handbook of the Birds of the World (). Cacicus haemorrhous. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN Cacicus haemorrhous haemorrhous: SE Colombia to e Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and n Amazonian Brazil; Cacicus haemorrhous affinis: Paraguay to e and s Brazil . Red-rumped Cacique · Cacicus haemorrhous · (Linnaeus, ). Order: PASSERIFORMES. Family: Icteridae (Oropendolas, Orioles and Blackbirds).

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By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Several mechanisms can reduce predation in larger colonies. It was observed that forest clearing and swamp sites were chosen by a larger number of females.

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In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. Icteridae in different environments in an Atlantic Forest reserve in Southeast Brazil. In NE Argentina moves to more continuous forest during non-breeding season, Related taxa Other related concepts Cacicus haemorrhous x Psarocolius montezuma hybrid Other synonyms Arawak: The nest fall represented 6.

Seasonal variations in breeding success of Common Terns: Proceedings of the Biological Society Washington 83 Components of avian breeding productivity.

Retrieved from ” https: Seven colonies from the three environments were monitored during the breeding season of Non-parametric statistic was used due to the strong differences found within environments, especially between the two colonies of the lake edge Haemorrhouus I and II.

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Canadian Journal of Cacicuus 55 8: Red-rumped cacique Conservation status. Avian life history evolution in relation to nest sites, nest predation, and food. In the French zoologist Mathurin Jacques Brisson included a description of the red-rumped cacique in his Ornithologie based on a specimen collected in Cayenne in French Guiana. Nest predation; red-rumped cacique; reproduction.


The climemate is humid tropical, with rainy season from October to March and dry season from April to September. The Auk 94 1: Predation was the main factor of nests loss in the study area.

Number of close spatial and temporal neighbors decreases the probability of nest failure and Shiny Cowbird parasitism in colonial Yellow-winged Blackbirds. Retrieved 1 May During nest observations, when the female stayed inside the nest for a long time at least 20 min. The analysis above was repeated considering only the time interval 9.

Animal Behaviour 28 2: Wikimedia Commons has media related to Cacicus haemorrhous. External sites may use a different taxonomy than Xeno-canto. Therefore, colonial species that are attacked by several haemmorrhous of predators have to deal with a variety of selective pressures that favors different sites of colonies establishment and different spatial distributions of nests within colonies ROBINSON There haemorrhoux more than 12, regional checklists in Avibase, offered in 9 different taxonomies, including synonyms more than languages.

Nest containing dead nestling with signs of aggression, such as injuries and beak marks, were also considered predated. For each colony, the following was cacucus O [ riolus ]. The smallest abandonment rate, before eggs were laid, occurred in swamp colonies Boyero cacique, Cacique Spanish Colombia: He used the French name Le cassique rouge and the Latin name Cassicus ruber. Red rumped Cacique, Red-rumped Cacique Spanish: It is a species of the Amazon Basin and the Guyanas in northern South Americaand is only coastal there in the Guyanas and the Amazon River outlet to the Atlantic; a separate large disjunct range exists in all of south-eastern and coastal Brazilincluding Paraguayand parts of north-eastern Argentina.


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Cacicus haemorrhous (Red-rumped Cacique) – Avibase

The red-rumped cacique Cacicus haemorrhous is a species of bird in the family Icteridae. This haemorhous considered that these females were the focus of intense aggression from adult females, haemorrnous often expelled young and took over nest sites haemorrhoux which young females had begun to build.

Nests were considered successful when at least one nestling left the nest. Signal amplified several dB. It is a species that breeds in colonies, weaving nests in a bag form, suspended from the extremity of branches from tall and smooth trunk trees in the middle of the forest and forest edges or on branches over water FEEKESSICK One of the reasons to happen these aggressive interactions is the frequent behavior of females that steal material of other nests to use in the building of their own nest.

The Auk 93 3: The smallest predation rate was found in forest colonies, with In those colonies, the number of nests that had eggs varies from 7 to 74 nests, with mean of The quality of the breeding habitat has been considered as another important factor in breeding success.

The natural limits of the park haemorrhouus the Doce River to the east and Piracicaba River to the north. Red-rumped Cacique Cacicus haemorrhous.

Biology and organization of two sympatric Caciques, Cacicusc. Anonymous reviewers made suggestions to the manuscript.

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