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MORPHOLOGICAL AND FORAGING BEHAVIORAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN SEXES OF THE MAGELLANIC WOODPECKER ( CAMPEPHILUS MAGELLANICUS )
– Ecological differentiation arising from morphological and behavioral differences, together with social dominance, is known to promote niche differentiation between sexes in birds. The absence ofExpand
Effects of episodic bamboo mast seeding on top predators in the southern Andes
Woody bamboos that undergo masting on a cyclic basis constitute large‐scale endogenous disturbances in forests of America, Africa and Asia, driving long‐ and short‐term effects on community structureExpand
Highway Network Expansion in Andean Patagonia: a Warning Notice From Rufous-legged Owls
Abstract As part of the economic and population growth of Patagonia, several dust/gravel roads crossing well preserved Andean forests are being converted into paved highways. The potential effects ofExpand
Latitude does not influence cavity entrance orientation of South American avian excavators
ABSTRACT In the Northern Hemisphere, several avian cavity excavators (e.g., woodpeckers) orient their cavities increasingly toward the equator as latitude increases (i.e. farther north), and it isExpand