Flavvanga parulio

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Flavvanga parulio
Flavvanga parulio
Flavvanga parulio
Biologia klasado
Regno: Animaloj Animalia
Filumo: Ĥorduloj Chordata
Klaso: Birdoj Aves
Ordo: Paseroformaj Passeriformes
Familio: Paruliedoj Parulidae
Genro: Dendroica
Specio: 'D. virens'
Dendroica virens
(Gmelin, 1789)
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La Flavvanga parulio, Dendroica virens, estas paserina birdo de la familio de Paruliedoj de Ameriko kaj granda genro de Dendroica.

Ĝi estas specio tre simila al la proksima parenco la Orvanga parulio sed ne havas la tiom flavan vizaĝon tiom ĉirkaŭita je nigro. Ĝi estas 12 cm longa kaj pezas 9 g, kaj havas anstataŭ nigran olivverdecajn kronon, nukon kaj dorson, flavan vizaĝon kun olivverdecaj markoj kiel nuanco el traokula strio suben al la vango, fajnan pintakran bekon, du blankajn flugilstriojn kaj helgrizecajn subajn partojn kun nigra strieco en flankoj. Masklaj plenkreskuloj havas nigrajn gorĝon kaj supran bruston; inoj havas palan gorĝon kaj nur nigrajn markojn bruste. Pugo kaj subpugo estas flavaj.

Parulio kun idoj

La reprodukta biotopo de la Flavvanga parulio estas arbaroj ĉu de koniferoj ĉu miksitaj en orienta Nordameriko kaj okcidenta Kanado kaj marĉoj de marĉaj taksodioj en la suda marbordo de Atlantiko. La nestoj de tiuj birdoj estas malfermaj tasoj, kiuj kutime situas ĉe trunko de arbo.

Tiuj birdoj migras al Meksiko, Centrameriko, Karibio kaj suda Florido; kelkaj birdoj vagadas tiom for kiom ĝis Sudameriko, kun la plej suda paro vidata venanta el Ekvadoro.

Flavvangaj parulioj manĝas aktive inter vegetaĵaro, kaj ili foje plukas aŭ kaptas insektojn per flugetoj. Insektoj estas la ĉefa komponanto de la dieto de tiuj birdoj, kvankam foje ili manĝas ankaŭ berojn.

La kanto de tiu birdo estas zumanta zii-zii-zii-zuu-ziitzuu-zii-zuu-zuu-ziit. La alvoko estas akra cip.

Tiu nearkta birdo suferas parazitadon fare de la Brunkapa molotro.

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