jaw apparatus of the neotropical and of the afrotropical woodpeckers (Aves : Piciformes)
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|Statement||Reginaldo José Donatelli.|
|Series||Arquivos de zoologia -- v. 33, fasc. 1|
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The Jaw Apparatus of the Neotropical and of the Afrotropical Woodpeckers (Aves: Piciformes),Arquivos de ZoologiaAuthor: R. Donatelli. The jaw apparatus of the neotropical and afrotropical woodpeckers (Aves: The jaw musculature ofthe Meiglyptini (Aves: Piciformes: Picidae),” Acta ZoologicaAuthor: Reginaldo José Donatelli.
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This study showed that there are at least three types of jaw apparatus in these woodpeckers, as follows: 1) robust, developed, and complex; 2) complexity and development intermediate, as observed in Meiglyptes tristis and Dinopium spp.
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The book describes in detail the lives and attributes of each species, examining anatomy, communication, feeding and nesting habits, reproduction, mortality and /5(20). of woodpeckers studied by Donatelli , only Picumnus cirr atus exhibited such a struc ture thoug h it was later found in species of Picus (Donatelli [ 5 ]), and it was descr ibed.
Neotropical Campephilus woodpeckers are noisy and easy to locate, and historical reports show that the Ivory-billed Woodpecker was likewise quite conspicuous. The inability of a large team of searchers to find one in a patch of marginal habitat strongly suggests that this is simply another case of misidentification of the common Pileated.
Home / Archives / Vol 57 No 20 () / Original Article Osteology of the feeding apparatus of Magnificent Frigatebird Fregata magnificens and Brown Booby Sula leucogaster (Aves: Suliformes)Author: Caio José Carlos, Jéssica Guimarães Alvarenga, Mariana Scain Mazzochi. Resumo The jaw apparatus of the Neotropical and of the Afrotropical species of the three subfamilies of woodpeckers are described and illustrated.
upper jaw and in the adults of these groups the jugal bar is fused dorsally in the maxilla and, as a result it lies dorsally from the juga l process of the maxilla.
osteology of the feeding apparatus of magnificent frigatebird fregata magnificens and brown booby sula leucogaster (aves: suliformes)Author: Caio José Carlos, Jéssica Guimarães Alvarenga, Mariana Scain Mazzochi.
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Magellanic Woodpecker is the only large woodpecker in its range and hence unmistakable. It resembles Ivory-billed Woodpecker (C. principalis) and Imperial Woodpecker (C. imperialis) in its white wing patches, although the white patches are smaller in magellanicus.
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Detailed text looks at general woodpecker biology, followed by detailed species accounts/5(23). Abstract.
We start with a general description of the structure of the feeding apparatus in birds (Sect. ), then we describe the biomechanics of those parts (Sect. ), including a review of contemporary approaches to the study of bird feeding morphology and establish explicit links between form and function, and consequent relations to foraging by: 1.
Peterson Reference Guide to Woodpeckers of North America This comprehensive guide to the natural history, ecology, and conservation of North America s 23 woodpecker species showcases the work of 70 different photographers and artists in a grand display of photographs and illustrations/5(29). The ventral palatine fossa shelters the M.
pterygoideus ventralis medialis, which is very well developed in woodpeckers and acts as a powerful upper jaw retractor in birds. van Gennip is one of the few authors who have described this fossa and correlated it with the Cited by: 5. Anatomy Research International / / Article. Article Sections.
(this study), the Picini (Donatelli), and the Neo- and Afrotropical woodpeckers that drum on tree bark exhibit no such structure. Moreover, H “The jaw apparatus of the neotropical and afrotropical woodpeckers (Aves: Piciformes),” Arqivos de Zoologia, Cited by: 3.
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; Donatelli, R. Recognizing the scarcity of anatomical and phylogenetic studies on Crotophaginae, the authors set out to add to the anatomical knowledge of the group based on a detailed description. Using both high-speed video and data from strain gauge apparatus, it seems that pigeons move the lower jaw and upper maxillary overhang in concert, with the lower jaw exerting compressive strain.
The beak, bill, and/or rostrum is an external anatomical structure of birds that is used for eating and for preening, manipulating objects, killing prey, fighting, probing for food, courtship and feeding young.
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