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Great-tailed grackle was a premium find in Lake, discovered in August by Bonnie Graham and Joan Campbell at Spring Bluff Forest Preserve.
All other dead positive bird species (Cooper's Hawk, Northern Cardinal, Northern Mockingbird, and Great-tailed Grackle) had one positive sample each (Figure 9).
The Fifteenth- and Twentieth-Century Colonization of the Basin of Mexico by the Great-tailed Grackle (Quiscalus mexicanus).
In contrast, the low scores for residential sites indicates the dominance either by species that are very abundant (e.g., great-tailed grackle, Quiscalus mexicanus) or that are nonnative (e.g., Eurasian collared-dove; European starling, Sturnus vulgaris; house sparrow, Passer domesticus).
The observed competence of the great-tailed grackle for the Tabasco strain is about as high as or higher than that observed for any species regardless of strain or inoculation method (8).
Science recently settled on Quiscalus mexicanus as a name for the great-tailed grackle. Thirty years ago he was Cassidix mexicanus.
Intersexual differences in food consumption by hand-reared great-tailed grackle (Quiscalus mexicanus) nestlings.
A record on partial leucism in great-tailed grackle (Quiscalus mexicanus) from Nuevo Leon, Mexico
Great-tailed Grackle (Quiscalus mexicanus), in The birds of North America, No.
Bird 113 2002 Bluejay AY185906 Bird 114 2002 Bluejay AY185907 Bird 119 2002 Bluejay AY185908 Bird 123 2002 Hawk AY185909 Bird 135 2002 American crow AY185910 v1151 2002 Culex AY185911 quinquefasciatus Bird 227 2002 Bluejay AY185912 Bird 1519 2003 Bluejay DQ158227 Bird 1574 2003 Bluejay DQ158228 Bird 1576 2003 Bluejay DQ158229 Bird 1461 2003 Bluejay AY712947 Bird 1153 2003 Mourning dove AY712945 Bird 1171 2003 Great-tailed grackle AY712946 Bird 1175 2003 Bluejay DQ158220 Bird 1240 2003 Bluejay DQ158221 Bird 9045 2003 Bluejay DQ158223 Bird 9114 2003 Bluejay DQ158222 v4095 2003 C.
The Fifteenth-and Twentieth-Century Colonization of the Basin of Mexico by the Great-tailed Grackle (Quiscalus mexicanus).