2012
DOI: 10.1676/10-182.1
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Nest, Eggs, and Nest Placement of the Brazilian Endemic Black-bellied Seedeater (Sporophila melanogaster)

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“…It was placed 34 cm from the ground on a supporting plant about 65 cm tall in grassland with vegetation 50-60 cm high bordering a creek. Both nests matched the pattern described for other Sporophila of the capuchino group (de la Peña, 2005;Rovedder & Fontana, 2012). Another nest was collected at Assentamento Santa Maria do Ibicuí (29°28'S, 53°39'W), Manoel Viana, on 3 February 2006, by M. Krügel (MCP 1782).…”
Section: Methodssupporting
confidence: 67%
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“…It was placed 34 cm from the ground on a supporting plant about 65 cm tall in grassland with vegetation 50-60 cm high bordering a creek. Both nests matched the pattern described for other Sporophila of the capuchino group (de la Peña, 2005;Rovedder & Fontana, 2012). Another nest was collected at Assentamento Santa Maria do Ibicuí (29°28'S, 53°39'W), Manoel Viana, on 3 February 2006, by M. Krügel (MCP 1782).…”
Section: Methodssupporting
confidence: 67%
“…Andrade, Arroio do Padre (Maurício & Dias, 1998); Lineated Woodpecker Dryocopus lineatus, NY, Parque Municipal Farroupilha, Pelotas (Maurício & Dias, 1998); Short-tailed Antthrush Chamaeza campanisona, NE/NY, Sapiranga (Franz, 2013); Bay-capped Wrenspinetail Spartonoica maluroides, NY, Lagoa Pequena, Pelotas (Dias et al, 2009); Straight-billed Reedhaunter Limnoctites rectirostris, NE/NY, Bom Jesus and São José dos Ausentes (Fontana et al, 2009;Repenning et al, 2010); Grey-hooded Flycatcher Mionectes rufiventris, NE, Monte Alverne, Santa Cruz do Sul (Bencke, 1995); Brown-breasted Bamboo Tyrant Hemitriccus obsoletus, NE, Monte Alverne, Santa Cruz do Sul (Bencke et al, 2001); Large Elaenia Elaenia spectabilis, NE/NY, Santa Maria (Hoffmann & Krügel, 2007); Sharptailed Grass Tyrant Culicivora caudacuta, NY, Arroio Macena headwaters, Vacaria (Repenning et al, 2010); Black-and-white Monjita Xolmis dominicanus, NE, São Francisco de Paula (Fontana, 1998); Shear-tailed Grey Tyrant Muscipipra vetula, NE, CPCN Pró-Mata, São Francisco de Paula (Fontana et al, 2000); Rustycollared Seedeater Sporophila collaris, NE, Rio Santa Maria floodplain, Dom Pedrito (Bencke et al, 2003); Black-bellied Seedeater Sporophila melanogaster, NE, several localities in northeastern highlands (Rovedder & Fontana, 2012).…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The size of Marsh Seedeater nests, the materials used in construction, the location and height above the ground are very similar to those known for other capuchinos (Narosky 1973, de la Peña 1981, 2005, 2009, ffrench 1980, Di Giacomo 2005a, Roda and Lopez-Lanús 2008, Rovedder and Fontana 2012), including a nest of Marsh Seedeater from a site close to ours in Entre Ríos, Argentina that was described briefly by Chebez et al (2008). Clutch size, egg colour and parental behaviour, including more female care to offspring, are also similar to those of other capuchinos (e.g.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 56%
“…The natural history of the capuchinos has been poorly documented and the breeding biology of several species of this group remains poorly understood. The few studies include the Chestnut Seedeater Sporophila cinnamomea (Narosky 1973), Dark-throated Seedeater S. ruficollis (de la Peña 1981, 2005, 2009), Tawny-bellied Seedeater S. hypoxantha (de la Peña 2005, 2009, Di Giacomo 2005a, Facchinetti et al 2008), Rufous-Rumped Seedeater S. hypochroma (Roda and López-Lanús 2008), Ruddy-breasted Seedeater S. minuta (ffrench 1980, Stiles and Skutch 1989) and Black-Bellied Seedeater S. melanogaster (Rovedder and Fontana 2012).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The Long-tailed Cinclodes (Cinclodes pabsti) is an endemic species of the southern Brazilian highland grasslands, occurring only in Campos de Cima da Serra region (Freitas et al, 2008). The region is extremally important for the Black-bellied Seedeater (Sporophila melanogaster) breeding, since this endemic species of Brazil breeds only in highland grasslands of Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina (Bencke et al, 2003;Rovedder & Fontana, 2012). One study carried out in two protected areas (Parque Nacional de Aparados da Serra and Parque Nacional da Serra Geral) with large extensions of grasslands in the region (sampled together) indicates the presence of 301 bird species (IBAMA, 2004).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%