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Winter Diet of Great Pampa-Finches Embernagra platensis in Guaminí Lagoon, Argentina
- D. Montalti, L. M. Ferman, A. R. Camperi, G. Soave, A. M. Arambarri, C. Darrieu
- Environmental Science, Biology
- 1 July 2005
The diet of the Great Pampa-finch includes seeds rather than insects, and males ate more insects and, overall, more items than females, who consumed a greater amount of plants.
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Summer feeding ecology of Great Pampa-finches, Embernagra platensis at Laguna de Guaminí, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
During the summer, Embernagra platensis ingests Hymenoptera and Coleoptera more often than seeds, suggesting that two biological mechanisms could be taking place in this bird.