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Columbina

 

one of the stock characters of the Italian commedia dell’arte of the 16th and 17th centuries. Columbina was originally a maid, a merry and enterprising peasant girl. As the commedia dell’arte became aristocratized, Columbina lost her folk traits and became a traditional theatrical character—the witty and graceful soubrette. The Italian actress C. Biancolelli (died 1716) was famous for her portrayal of Columbina.

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Macrorhabdus ornithogaster in ostrich, rhea, canary, zebra finch, free range chicken, turkey, guinea-fowl, columbina pigeon, toucan, chuckar partridge and experimental infection in chicken, Japanese quail and mice.
durazno Prunuspersica, aguacate Persea americana y la fauna silvestre esta representada por animales como el armadillo Dasypus novemcinctus, conejo Sylvilagus cunicularius, coyote Canis latrans, tejon Nasua narica, zorrillo Mephitis macroura, ardillas: Sciurus aureogaster y Spermophilus variegatus, murcielagos: Sturnira parvidens, Artibeus jamaicensis, Artibeus intermedius, zopilote Coragyps atratus, urraca Quiscalus mexicanus, tortola Columbina inca e iguana negra Ctenosaura pectinata (INAFED 2015; INEGI, 2009).
Treinta especies de aves fueron las mas reconocidas con distribucion mayor o igual al 80% para los usos del terreno, entre las cuales se destacan: Coragyps atratus, Columbina talpacoti, Rupornis magnirostris, Megascops choliba, Tapera naevia y Momotus aequatorialis.
Simple artificial perches Family/Species G (1) J F M A M Ardeidae Syrigma I sibilatrix (Temminck, 1824) Accipitridae Rupomis magnirostris C (Gmelin, 1788) * Columbidae Columbina talpacoti G (Temminck, 1811) Palagioenas picazuro F (Temminck, 1813) Picidae Colaptes melanochloros I (Gmelin, 1788) Dryocopus lineatus I (Linnaeus, 1766) Psittacidae Forpus xanthopterygius F (Spix, 1824) Dendrocolaptidae Lepidocolaptes angustimstris I 1 (Vieillot, 1818) Furnariidae Fumarius nfus I (Gmelin, 1788) Tyrannidae Myiarchiis sp.
Ten non-migratory species of birds were used in these analyses, including six resident species--Coereba flaveola (CFA), Columbina passerina (CPA), Elaenia fallax (EFA), Loxigilla violacea (LVI), Myiarchus stolidus (MST), Turdus plumbeus (TPL) --and four endemic species--Microligea palustris (MPA), Phaenicophilus palmarum (PPA), Spindalis dominicensis (SDO), and Todus subulatus (TSU).
The Columbina is a half-mask, only covering the wearer's eyes, nose, and upper cheeks, decorated with gold, silver, crystals and feathers, held up to the face by a baton or tied with ribbon as with most other Venetian masks.
Nome popular Nome cientifico Familia Aves Canario-da-terra Sicalisflaveola Fringillidae Joao de barro Furnariusrufus Furnariidae Bem-te-vi Pitangussulfuratus Tyrannidae Rolinha roxa Columbina talpacoti Columbidae Quero-quero Vanelluschilensis Charadriidae Tico-tico Zonotrichia capensis Emberizidae Sabia roxo Turdusrufiventris Turdidae Mamiferos Ratazana Rattusrattus Muridae Gamba-de- Didelphisalbiventris Didelphidae orelha-branca Repteis Lagarto Tupinambismerianae Teiidae Fonte: Juglans Engenharia e Consultoria Ltda.
Las especies que tuvieron mayor numero de registros y usaron el arbol por mayor tiempo fueron Thraupis episcopus, Columbina talpacoti, Zenaida auriculata, Tyrannus melancholicus, y la especie migratoria Setophaga petechia.
En las evaluaciones realizadas entre el 2001 y 2003 (Takano & Castro, 2007) se hallo que las especies mas abundantes: Zenaida meloda, Columbina cruziana, Crotophaga sulcirostris y Dives warszewiczi, mientras que las menos abundantes fueron Bulbucus ibis, Hirundo rustica, Myrtis fanny y Parabuteo unicinctus.
Las hembras de Coccyzus merlini y Columbina passerina presentaron mayor masa corporal que los machos.
Linnaeus, 1758) Columbina talpacoti LC (Temminck, 1809) Leptotila verreauxi LC (Bonaparte, 1855) Zenaida auriculata (Des LC Murs, 1847) Buteo magnirostris (Gmelin, LC 2 JF, 1788) Buteo sp.
Differential gene expression in pyropia columbina (Bangiales, Rhodophyta) under natural hydration and desiccation conditions