Yellow Warbler determination[order] Passeriformes | [family] Parulidae | [latin] Dendroica petechia | [UK] Yellow Warbler | [FR] Paruline jaune | [DE] Goldwaldsänger | [ES] Chipe Amarillo | [IT] Dendroica gialla | [NL] Gele Zanger


Literature

Title
Food abundance and parental care in yellow warblers
Author(s): G. A. Lozano and R. E. Lemon
Abstract: Emlen and Oring (1977) suggested that monogamy in birds is maintained because of the need for strict biparental care. A corollary of their suggestion is that paternal care should decrease under conditions of high food abundance. An alternative is tha..[more]..
Source: Behav Ecol Sociobiol (1995) 37:45-59
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Title
Cuckoldry and lack of parentage-dependent paternal care in yellow warblers: a cost-benefit approach
Author(s): STEPHEN M. YEZERINAC, PATRICK J. WEATHERHEAD & PETER T. BOAG
Abstract: Theory suggests that a male strategy of reducing parental care in response to reduced parentage should evolve only under certain conditions. Expected paternity in subsequent matings is predicted to be primary in effect, because it determines whethe..[more]..
Source: Anim. Behav., 1996, 52, 821-832
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Title
YELLOW WARBLER (Dendroica petechia) BREEDING BIOLOGY AND PARASITISM BY THE SHINY COWBIRD (Molothrus bonariensis) IN BOQUERÓN, PUERTO RICO
Author(s): Mayra Vincenty
Abstract: Aspects of the breeding biology of the Yellow Warbler (Dendroica petechia) and Shiny Cowbird (Molothrus bonariensis) parasitism were studied in Boquerón, Puerto Rico from 2001 to 2002. Fifty-seven percent (n = 12) of warbler nests were parasitized...[more]..
Source: UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO MAYAGÜEZ CAMPUS 2006
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Title
PARENTAL FEEDING OF NESTLING YELLOW WARBLERS IN RELATION TO BROOD SIZE AND PREY AVAILABILITY
Author(s): GLORIA C. BIERMANN AND SPENCER G. SEALY
Abstract: The feeding by adult Yellow Warblers (Dendroicap etechia) of nestlings in broods of 3, 4, or 5 young was studied during two breeding seasons on the forested dune ridge near Delta, Manitoba. Broods of 2-day-old young were selectively fed geometrid lar..[more]..
Source: The Auk 99: 332-341 April 1982
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Title
Male plumage, paternal care and reproductive success in yellow warblers, Dendroica petechia
Author(s): G. A. LOZANO & R. E. LEMON
Abstract: Using morphological or behavioural features correlated with paternal care, females can, prior to mating, assess the potential parental contribution of males. As a first step in a study of female mate choice in yellow warblers, this study was design..[more]..
Source: Anim. Behav., 1996, 51, 265-272
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Title
Extra-pair mating, male plumage coloration and sexual selection in yellow warblers (Dendroica petechia)
Author(s): STEPHEN M. YEZERINAC and PATRICK J. WEATHERHEAD
Abstract: Extra-pair mating has been proposed as a source of sexual selection responsible for secondary sexual traits that are common among socially monogamous birds, although supporting evidence is scant. In the socially monogamous yellow warbler, males are..[more]..
Source: Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B (1997) 264, 527±532
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Title
Breeding habitat use by sympatric and allopatric populations of Wilson's Warblers and Yellow Warblers
Author(s): Janet M. Ruth and Thomas R. Stanley
Abstract: We studied Wilson's Warbler (Wilsonia pusilla) and Yellow Warbler (Dendroica petechia) habitat use in allopatric and sympatric populations in the Rocky Mountains of northern Colorado and southeastern Wyoming in order to better understand the differen..[more]..
Source: Journal of Field Ornithology 73(4):412-419. 2002
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Title
Do female Yellow Warblers (Dendroica petechia) incubate while in the nest during the laying period?
Author(s): D. Glen McMaster
Abstract: Although some passerine species heat their eggs during the brief periods of nest attentiveness early in the laying period (e.g., Haftorn 1981), egg temperature data are not available for Yellow Warblers (Dendroica petechia). As part of a larger study..[more]..
Source: UFS (Delta Marsh) Annual Report, Vol. 31, 1996
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Title
Adoption of yellow warbler nestlings by song sparrows
Author(s): Lozano, G. A. and Lemon, R. E.
Abstract: Although interspecific brood adoption has been reported in several species of birds, the process by which it occurs has seldom been reported. We observed a pair of Song Sparrows (Melospiza melodia) that adopted a brood of Yellow Warblers (Dendroica ..[more]..
Source: Wilson Bulletin 110: 131-133
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Title
Yellow Warbler nests: building materials and cowbird parasitism
Author(s): Michelle Mico
Abstract: Nests are traditionally defined as receptacles in which to house eggs and chicks; however, for the Yellow Warbler (Dendroica petechia), nests may have additional biological significance, especially with respect to Brown-headed Cowbird (Molothrus ater..[more]..
Source: UFS (Delta Marsh) Annual Report, Vol. 30, 1995
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Title
INTERSPECIFIC AGGRESSION BY YELLOW WARBLERS IN A SUN COFFEE PLANTATION
Author(s): RUSSELL GREENBERG et al.
Abstract: Non-breeding habitat use is mediated infrequently by interspecific aggression in migratory birds. Such aggression occurs most commonly among birds exploiting rich resource patches such as nectar, fruit, or other similar resources (Greenberg et al. 19..[more]..
Source: The Condor 98:640-642
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Title
Breeding habitat use by sympatric and allopatricpopulations of Wilson's Warblers and Yellow Warblers
Author(s): Janet M. Ruth and Thomas R. Stanley
Abstract: We studied Wilson's Warbler (Wilsoniapusilla) and Yellow Warbler {Dendroicapetechia) habitatuse in allopatric and sympatric populations in the Rocky Mountains of northern Colorado and southeastern Wy-oming in order to better understand the different ..[more]..
Source: j. Field Ornithol. 73(4):412-419, 2002
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Title
Speciation and rapid phenotypic differentiation in the yellow-rumped warbler Dendroica coronata complex
Author(s): BORJA MILA, THOMAS B. SMITH and ROBERT K. WAYNE
Abstract: The relative importance of the Pleistocene glacial cycles in driving avian speciation remains controversial, partly because species limits in many groups remain poorly understood, and because current taxonomic designations are often based on phenot..[more]..
Source: Molecular Ecology (2007) 16 , 159-173
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Title
YELLOW WARBLER
Author(s): Stephen J. Myers
Abstract: Across its vast range, the Yellow Warbler is a highly variable species. Forty-three subspecies are currently recognized, and are treated geographically as three groups. The aestiva group breeds throughout much of the U.S. and Canada, from northern ..[more]..
Source: California: Species of Special Concern (CDFG, 1998)
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Title
Notes on the Yellow Warbler in Surinam.
Author(s): F. HAVERSCHMIDT
Abstract: The Yellow Warbler (Dendroica petechia) is a common winter visitor in Surinam. According to Zimmer (Amer. Mus.Novit. No. 1428, 1949: 5), only the race aestiva has been taken there, but the race brewsteri probably also occurst here since it has been f..[more]..
Source: The Auk (70): 369-370, 1953
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