• Published 2008

The effects of nest parasitism by Tapera naevia on two species of wren

@inproceedings{Mark2008TheEO,
  title={The effects of nest parasitism by Tapera naevia on two species of wren},
  author={Melissa M. Mark},
  year={2008}
}
We examined the impacts of nest parasitism by the Striped Cuckoo, Tapera naevia on nest success in two of its documented host species, Thryothorus modestus and Throythorus rufalbus. These two species differ in their distribution in forest vs. human-altered habitats and so provide an instructive comparison of habitat use patterns and rates of nest parasitism in a modified landscape. Recent studies have shown that the relationship between forest fragmentation and nest success in temperate birds… CONTINUE READING