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Revista Chapingo Serie Ciencias Forestales y del Ambiente
Volume XVII, issue 3, September - December 2011
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COEXISTENCIA TRÓFICA DE AVES CARPINTERAS (Picidae) EN UN BOSQUE DE Pinus cembroides (Zucc.) DEL ÁREA NATURAL PROTEGIDA PEÑA ALTA, SAN DIEGO DE LA UNIÓN, GUANAJUATO
TROPHIC COEXISTENCE OF WOODPECKERS (Picidae) IN A Pinus cembroides (Zucc.) FOREST OF THE NATURAL PROTECTED AREA KNOW AS PEÑA ALTA, SAN DIEGO DE LA UNION, GUANAJUATO

Saúl Ugalde-Lezama; Luis A. Tarango-Arámbula; Gustavo Ramírez-Valverde; Armando Equihua-Martínez; Juan I. Valdez-Hernández

http://dx.doi.org/10.5154/r.rchscfa.2010.11.128

Received: 2010-12-08

Accepted: 2011-06-16

Available online: / pages.361-377

 

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    The study of trophic coexistence in bird species is relevant to their management and conservation. From January to October 2008, feeding behaviors and entomological diet components of Melanerpes formicivorous and Picoides scalaris were identified. Fixed radius points were used to observe birds, mist nest were used to capture them.

    Keyworks: Trophic, diets, Pinus cembroides, Melanerpes formicivorous, Picoides scalaris, Peña Alta.
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    Ugalde-Lezama, S., Tarango-Arámbula, L. A.,  Ramírez-Valverde, G., Equihua-Martínez, A., &  Valdez-Hernández, J. I. (2011).  TROPHIC COEXISTENCE OF WOODPECKERS (Picidae) IN A Pinus cembroides (Zucc.) FOREST OF THE NATURAL PROTECTED AREA KNOW AS PEÑA ALTA, SAN DIEGO DE LA UNION, GUANAJUATO. Revista Chapingo Serie Ciencias Forestales y del Ambiente, XVII(3), 361-377. http://dx.doi.org/10.5154/r.rchscfa.2010.11.128