Ergaticus × ; KB. 0 references. taxon name. Ergaticus ruber . 1 reference. stated in · Integrated Taxonomic Information System · publication. Systematics. Geographic Variation. Three currently recognized subspecies: melanauris, described as Ergaticus ruber melanauris Moore ; type locality. Red Warbler (Ergaticus ruber) in Sinaloa, Mexico. Date, 1 November , 2 pages uses this file: Cardellina rubra · File:Ergaticus ruber
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While it seldom associates with mixed-species flocks, it often feeds alongside other birds with no signs of conflict, displaying no hostility towards other species—such as the slate-throated whitestart Myioborus miniatus —with which it competes. Studies in Avian Biology. The red warbler Cardellina rubra is a small passerine bird of the New World warbler family Parulidae endemic to the highlands of Mexico, north of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec.
Ergaticus ruber – Wikidata
The adult red ergaticuz is hard to confuse with any other bird species in its range; the scarlet tanager and summer tanager have similar mostly-red plumage but are larger with thick conical bills.
The authors recommended moving the red and pink-headed warblers to the genus Cardellina a suggestion which has been adopted by the International Ornithologists’ Union IOC.
In other projects Wikispecies. Ergaticus is the Latinized version of the Ancient Greek ergatikosmeaning “willing or able to work”.
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Though the species was reported to have been collected in Texas in the late 19th century, the record’s location was not widely believed, and there is no strong evidence that it ever occurred there. Researchers Patricia Escalante and John W. Articles with short description Featured articles Articles with ‘species’ microformats Taxonbar pages without Wikidata taxon IDs Taxonbars with automatically added original combinations Commons category link is on Wikidata.
This is a file from the Wikimedia Commons. It is placed on the ground or on a bank. The birds of North and Middle America. Its wings and tail are slightly darker, dusky red,  and edged in pinkish-red.
InEnglish naturalists Philip Lutley Sclater and Osbert Salvin moved the species to the genus Ergaticuswhere it remained for more than a century. Keith; Burns, Kevin J. The red warbler forms rbuer superspecies with the pink-headed warbler of Chiapas and Guatemala. Setophaga ruber Swainson,  Sylvia miniata Lafresnaye Parus leucotis Giraud,  Basileuterus ruber Cabanis Ergaticus ruber Sclater and Ruberr. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
The genus name Cardellina is the diminutive of the Italian cardellaa regional name for the European goldfinch while its specific namerubraergatlcus Latin for “red”. Other males may intrude by silently flying in at a height of around 3 m 10 ft and back to their own territory.
The following other ergaticuw use this file: Adult plumage is largely red, while juvenile plumage is largely “pinkish cinnamon-brown”. Both adults feed the nestlings and remove fecal sacs though the female removes far more than the male does.
Red Warbler (Ergaticus ruber)
World Bird List Version 8. This page was last edited on 31 Mayat Retrieved 2 May The red warbler is presumably urber by small hawks such as the sharp-shinned hawkand its nest raided by wrens, rodents, raccoons, feral cats and snakes.
A Field Guide to Mexican Birds: Among these was the red warbler, which was assigned to the genus Setophagaas Setophaga rubra. Young birds are fully grown three weeks after fledging, upon which time they are driven off by their parents. Description Ergaticus ruber 1. If the file has been modified from its original state, some details may not fully reflect the modified file.
Though it occasionally joins mixed-species flocksthe red warbler is more typically found alone or in pairs. Date 1 November The tail is rounded and relatively long Ridgway Its foraging area is quite small, often amounting to only a few dozen square meters several hundred square feet per day.
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