Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • proper noun A taxonomic genus within the family Furnariidae.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • The Córdoba Cinclodes (Cinclodes comechingonus) is found at elevations ranging from 1,600 to 2,800 m, and it inhabits patches of Polylepsis australis that are close to water.

    Córdoba montane savanna

  • There are at least two species of Cinclodes (Furnariidae) endemic to this ecoregion.

    Córdoba montane savanna

  • Cinclodes comprise a terrestrial group of birds that are associated with streams, and considered a striking example of parallel evolution when considering Eurasian and American Dippers in the family Cinclidae.

    Córdoba montane savanna

  • There seem to be, however, a few near endemics such as two geese (Chloephaga hybrida and C. rubiceps), blackish cinclodes (Cinclodes antarcticus), black throated finch (Melanodera melanodera) and striated caracara (Phalcoboenus australis).

    Magellanic subpolar forests

  • The blackish cinclodes (Cinclodes antarcticus) is found in the Tierra del Fuego Island.

    Patagonian grasslands

  • Podiceps taczanowskii is found in open freshwater lakes and ponds with submerged vegetation; Cinclodes palliatus has very specific habitat requirements such as mineral-rich bogs, rocky outcrops and slopes below glaciers; and Laterallus tuerosi inhabits Juncus zone fringing marshes.

    Central Andean wet puna

  • Two species from this EBA reside in the littoral zone and most likely utilize these mangroves the Cinclodes taczanowskii and Geositta peruviana.

    Piura mangroves

  • Cinclodes, the wagtail; Geobates a Saxicola; Limnornis lives in reed beds growing in the water; Henicornis in reed beds growing out of the water; and many other ground species exist concealed in the grass on dry plains; Homorus seeks its food by digging in the loose soil and dead leaves about the roots of trees; while Geo-sitta, Furnarius, and

    The Naturalist in La Plata

  • Endemic birds found in this ecoregion and the Central Andean Wet Puna ecoregion include the endangered Ash-breasted tit-tyrant (Anairetes alpinus); the critically threatened royal cinclodes (Cinclodes aricomae); the Berlepsch's canastero (Asthenes berlepschi), classified as vulnerable; and the line-fronted canastero (Asthenes urubambensis), scribble-tailed canastero (Asthenes maculicauda), short-tailed finch (Idiopsar bracyurus), and gray-bellied flower-piercer (Diglosa carbonaria), classified as species of least concern.

    Central Andean dry puna

  • Endemic species throughout the region include the endangered Ash-breasted tit-tyrant (Anairetes alpinus); the critically threatened royal cinclodes (Cinclodes aricomae); Berlepsch's canastero (Asthenes berlepschi) classified as vulnerable; line-fronted canastero (Asthenes urubambensis), olivaceous thornbill (Chalcostigma olivaceum), scribble-tailed canastero (Asthenes maculicauda), short-tailed finch (Idiopsar bracyurus), and gray-bellied flower-piercer (Diglosa carbonaria), classified as species of least concern.

    Central Andean wet puna

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.