Ergaticus × ; KB. 0 references. taxon name. Ergaticus ruber . 1 reference. stated in · Integrated Taxonomic Information System · publication. Systematics. Geographic Variation. Three currently recognized subspecies: melanauris, described as Ergaticus ruber melanauris Moore ; type locality. Red Warbler (Ergaticus ruber) in Sinaloa, Mexico. Date, 1 November , 2 pages uses this file: Cardellina rubra · File:Ergaticus ruber
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The Birds of North and Middle America. It has been observed chasing off a flycatcher of the genus Empidonax.
Its three subspecieswhich differ slightly in appearance, are found in three disjunct populations. Views View Edit History.
It does not sing — and even its calling frequency decreases — in cloudy weather, regardless of season. Both the pink-headed and red warblers are birds of highland forest. A small passerine bird of the New World warbler family endemic to the highlands of Mexico.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The eggs are off-white with reddish-brown and gray speckles Howell and Webb It was subsumed into Cardellina in In other projects Wikispecies.
From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. The authors recommended moving the red and pink-headed warblers to the genus Cardellina a suggestion which has been adopted by the International Ornithologists’ Union IOC. The bill is small and narrow at the base even for a New World warbler.
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The female lays three or four eggs in a domed nest, which she builds on the ground. The following pages on the English Wikipedia link to this file pages on other projects are not listed:. Though it does not generally feed after sunset, it may do so to take advantage of transient food sources, such as hatching Neuroptera.
Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. Young birds are fully grown three weeks after fledging, upon which time they are driven off by their parents.
Wikimedia Commons has media related to Cardellina rubra. Retrieved 25 April Ergaticus Red warbler Scientific classification Kingdom: Setophaga ruber Swainson,  Sylvia miniata Lafresnaye Parus leucotis Giraud,  Basileuterus ruber Cabanis Ergaticus ruber Sclater and Salvin.
It is closely related to, and forms a superspecies with, the pink-headed warbler of southern Mexico and Guatemala. The tail is rounded and relatively long Ridgway English jeweller and naturalist William Bullock and his son travelled to Mexico soon after its independencespending six months in collecting archeological artifacts and many bird and fish species new to science. This image, originally posted to Flickrwas reviewed on 22 November by the administrator or reviewer Juliancoltonwho confirmed that it was available on Flickr under the stated license on that date.
Both can lay 3 or 4 eggs; the pink-headed warbler sometimes lays only 2. They stay only a few seconds in any one spot, including at the nest, making it more difficult for a predator to locate the young. The adult is bright red, with a white or gray ear patch, depending on the subspecies; young birds are pinkish-brown, with a whitish ear patch and two pale wingbars.