Tag: Bananaquit

Observation of the Coereba flaveola (Bananaquit) on Springfield Plantation feed habits

Bananaquit (Coereba flaveola) Science Article 3 abstract Coereba flaveola (Bananaquit) feeds predominantly in the morning rather in the lateafternoon. It concentrated mainly on the mangos and the bananas as its main dietaccording to the location site off the back porch of the stream house Celia Montes, Texas A&M University Study Abroad Download article download full […]

A shift in the morph ratio cline in the bananaquit on grenada, west indies

Bananaquit (Coereba flaveola) Science Article 4 abstract The two Bananaquit (Coerebaflaveolu) color morphs and the morph ratio cline on Grenada have been described in detail by Wunderle (198 1 a). The yellow morph is restricted to the dry northeastern and southwestern portions of the island. The melanic, or black morph, occurs throughout the island, but […]

Characterization of an Orange Variant of the Bananaquit(Coereba tTaveola) on La D sirade, Guadeloupe, French West Indies

Bananaquit (Coereba flaveola) Science Article 2 abstract The Bananaquit( Coerebfaia veola)i s a phenotypically variable species of the American tropics that varies markedly in the extent and intensity of both its carotenoid and melanin pigmentation. Paynter (1968) recognized4 1 subspecieso f Bananaquitsa, nd plumage color polymorphism has been reported on some Caribbean islands (Wunderle 1981a, […]

Movements of adult and juvenile bananaquits within a morph-ratio cline

Bananaquit (Coereba flaveola) Science Article 1 abstract Adult and juvenile Bananaquits (Coerebafi aveola) were captured and banded at nine different sites in southern Grenada in August-October 1976, 1977, and 1978. The proportion of black morphs decreased to seaward on Point Saline.T he morph-ratio cline was steeper for adults than for juveniles, because juveniles move greater […]