Tag: Phylloscopus orientalis

A phylogenetic analysis of the evolution of moultstrategies in Western Palearctic warblers (Aves:Sylviidae)

Eastern Bonellis Warbler (Phylloscopus orientalis) Science Article 1 abstract Adult birds replace their flight feathers (moult) at least once per year, either in summer aftertermination of breeding or (in the case of some long-distance migratory species) in the winterquarters. We reconstructed the evolutionary pathways leading to summer and winter moultusing recently published molecular phylogenetic information […]

Eastern Bonellis Warbler (Phylloscopus orientalis)

[order] PASSERIFORMES | [family] Phylloscopidae | [latin] Phylloscopus orientalis | [UK] Eastern Bonellis Warbler | [FR] Casiorne a dos brun | [DE] Balkanlaubsanger | [ES] Mosquitero Papialbo | [NL] Balkanbergfluiter Subspecies Monotypic species Physical charateristics Somewhat longer-winged than Bonelli?s Warbler but otherwise size and structure similar. Plumage differs from Bonelli?s Warbler in greyer or dirtier […]