Jennifer R. Caines
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Body masses of 3,739 birds representing immature and adult males and females of 15 species of passeriforms (both uninfected and infected with Haemoproteus spp. and Leucocytozoon spp.) were compared.… Continue Reading
The blood parasites of 15,574 birds representing 266 species of 43 families from primarily three areas in Sao Paulo State, Brazil were examined for haematozoa. Only 1240 (8.0% of 121 species fo 32… Continue Reading
The haemoproteids of the sunbird family Nectariniidae are reviewed on the basis of material obtained from throughout the distributional range of the family. Variability in the 19 morphometric… Continue Reading
The haemoproteids of four families of New World passeriforms are reviewed. Haemoproteus formicarius n.sp. is described from the Formicariidae; Haemoproteus furnarius n.sp., from the Furnariidae; and… Continue Reading
The haemoproteids of the avian families Apodidae (swifts), Bucconidae (puffbirds), and Indicatoridae (honeyguides) are examined. Haemoproteus apodus n. sp., H. bucconis n. sp., and H. indicator n.… Continue Reading
The haemoproteids (Haemosporina: Haemoprotcidae) of the avian families Fringillidae, Emberizidae, Parulidae, Thraupidae and Icteridaesensu Edwards (1986) were reviewed, and eight species determined… Continue Reading
The haemoproteids of the Tyrannidae are reviewed and three new species, Haemoproteus circumnuclearis, H. souzalopesi, and H. tyranni are described.