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by J. V. Remsen

  • Author: J. V. Remsen
  • ISBN: 0520096738
  • ISBN13: 978-0520096738
  • ePub: 1690 kb | FB2: 1391 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Biological Sciences
  • Publisher: University of California Press (January 7, 1991)
  • Pages: 128
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University of California Publications in Zoology is a monographic series devoted to zoological studies. David S. Woodruff, Chair UC San Diego Carla Cicero Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, UC Berkeley Douglas A. Kelt Department of Wildlife, Fish, & Conservation Biology, UC Davis Eileen A. Lacey Department of Integrative Biology and Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, UC Berkeley Peter B. Moyle Department of Wildlife, Fish, & Conservation Biology, UC Davis Donald C. Potts Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, UC Santa Cruz.

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To determine the mechanisms for species-spacing in a group of closely related bird species – namely, five species of Neotropical Kingfishers – the author studied their feeding behavior and diet at three sites, two in Bolivia and one in Colombia

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Community ecology of Neo-tropical kingfishers. University of California Publications in Zoology 124. Close. Remsen 1991a) intensive studies in Colombia and Bolivia provide much-needed data on habitat use, foraging behavior, and diet, as well as ecological relations with other kingfishers.

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To determine the mechanisms for species-spacing in a group of closely related bird species—namely, five species of Neotropical Kingfishers—the author studied their feeding behavior and diet at three sites, two in Bolivia and one in Colombia. He found that changes in number of coexisting species were correlated with changes in abundance and size distribution of their prey, surface-dwelling fishes.
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