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   Aves (birds) 
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   Passerimorphae 

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   Abroscopus albogularis (Rufous-faced Warbler) 
   Abroscopus schisticeps (Black-faced Flycatcher Warbler) 
   Abroscopus superciliaris (Yellow-belled Warbler) 
   Acanthidops bairdii (Peg-billed Finch) 
   Acanthisitta chloris (Rifleman) 
   Acanthisittidae (New Zealand Wrens) 
   Acanthiza chrysorrhoa (Yellow-rumped Thornbill) 
   Acanthiza ewingii (Tasmanian Thornbill) 
   Acanthiza inornata (Western Thornbill) 
   Acanthiza iredalei (Slender-billed Thornbill) 
   Acanthiza katherina (Mountain Thornbill) 
   Acanthiza lineata (Striated Thornbill) 
   Acanthiza murina (Papuan Thornbill) 
   Acanthiza nana (Yellow Thornbill) 
   Acanthiza pusilla (Brown Thornbill) 
   Acanthiza reguloides (Buff-tailed Thornbill) 
   Acanthiza robustirostris (Slaty-backed Thornbill) 
   Acanthiza uropygialis (Chestnut-tailed Thornbill) 
   Acanthizidae 
   Acanthogenys rufogularis 
   Acanthorhynchus superciliosus (Western Spinebill) 
   Acanthorhynchus tenuirostris (Eastern Spinebill) 
   Acanthornis magnus (Scrubtit) 
   Achaetops pycnopygius (Damaraland Rock Jumper) 
   Acridotheres albocinctus (White-collared Mynah) 
   Acridotheres cinereus (Pale-bellied Mynah) 
   Acridotheres cristatellus (crested myna) 
   Acridotheres cristatellus cristatellus 
   Acridotheres fuscus (Jungle Myna) 
   Acridotheres ginginianus (Bank Mynah) 
   Acridotheres grandis (Great Mynah) 
   Acridotheres tristis (Indian mynah) 
   Acrobatornis fonsecai (Pink-legged Graveteiro) 
   Acrocephalus aedon (Thick-billed Reed Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus aequinoctialis (Christmas Island Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus agricola (Paddyfield Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus arundinaceus (Great Reed Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus atyphus (Tuamotu Reed Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus australis (Australian Reed-Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus baeticatus (African Reed Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus bistrigiceps (Schrenk's Reed Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus brevipennis (Cape Verde Cane Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus caffer (Tahiti Reed Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus concinens (Blunt-winged Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus dumetorum (Blyth's Reed-Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus familiaris (Nihoa reed-warbler) 
   Acrocephalus familiaris familiaris (Laysan Millerbird) 
   Acrocephalus familiaris kingi (nihoa millerbird) 
   Acrocephalus gracilirostris (Lesser Swamp-Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus griseldis (Basra Reed Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus kerearako (Cook Islands Reed-Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus luscinia (old world reed warbler) 
   Acrocephalus melanopogon (Moustached Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus mendanae (Marquesan Reed-Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus newtoni (Madagascar Swamp-Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus paludicola (Aquatic Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus palustris (European Marsh Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus rehsei (Nauru Reed-Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus rimatarae (Rimatara Reed Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus rufescens (Greater Swamp Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus schoenobaenus (Sedge Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus scirpaceus (Reed Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus sorghophilus (Speckled Reed Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus stentoreus (Clamorous Reed-Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus syrinx (Caroline Islands Reed-Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus taiti (Henderson Reed Warbler) 
   Acrocephalus vaughani (Pitcairm Warbler) 
   Acropternis orthonyx (Ocellated Tapaculo) 
   Actinodura egertoni (Chestnut-spectacled Barwing) 
   Actinodura morrisoniana (Taiwan Barwing) 
   Actinodura nipalensis (Hoary Barwing) 
   Actinodura ramsayi (Spectacled Barwing) 
   Actinodura souliei (Soule's Barwing) 
   Actinodura waldeni (Streak-throated Barwing) 
   Aegithalidae (bushtits) 
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Common Names: Zaankveugel, Žvirbliniai paukščiai, Воробьинообразные, Songbirds, 연작류, passereaux, Spörfuglar, Sperlingsvögel, Pěvci, Врабчоподобни, PĚVCI, Wróblowe, Varpuslinnut, Värvulised, Spurvefuglar, Vrapčarke, Paseroformaj birdoj, Pássaros, Verébalakúak, Spurvefugle, ציפורי שיר, スズメ目, Zangvogels, Paseriformes], perching birds ....



61.  Habitat structure drives the evolution of aerial displays in birds.LinkIT
Menezes JCT, Santos ESA
The Journal of animal ecology J Anim Ecol Habitat structure drives the evolution of aerial displays in birds. 482-493 10.1111/1365-2656.13132 John Endler's sensory drive hypothesis posits that physical properties of the environment may shape signalling traits by determining how effective they are in communicating. Evidence abounds of signalling environment driving selection on colours and vocalizations, yet little is known about its influence on visual signals produced via body movements (i.e., gestural displays). Here, we aimed to perform the most taxonomically comprehensive assessment of sensory drive by testing the hypothesis that habitat structure drives the evolution of aerial sexual displays in passerine birds (order Passeriformes). We base this hypothesis on physical properties of habitats that should allow aerial displays to transmit more broadly in open habitats. To test the hypothesis, we performed Bayesian phylogenetic comparative analyses using species-level phylogenetic trees and a dataset of 469 species from across the Americas. We found that evolutionary gain of aerial displays is on average six times more frequent in open-habitat passerines than in forest ones. The influence of habitat structure on the evolution of aerial sexual displays attests to the importance of sensory drive as a deterministic evolutionary force within sexual selection, as opposed to models that assume a purely arbitrary direction of sexual trait evolution. © 2019 The Authors. Journal of Animal Ecology © 2019 British Ecological Society. Menezes João C T JCT https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4156-2934 Programa de Pós-graduação em Ecologia, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil. BECO do Departamento de Zoologia, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil. Santos Eduardo S A ESA https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0434-3655 Programa de Pós-graduação em Ecologia, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil. BECO do Departamento de Zoologia, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil. eng 001 Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior Journal Article 2019 12 19 England J Anim Ecol 0376574 0021-8790 IM Resumo A hipótese da condução sensorial de John Endler postula que propriedades físicas do ambiente podem influenciar traços de sinalização ao determinar quão efetivos eles são em comunicar. Enquanto há bastante evidência do ambiente influenciando cores e vocalizações, pouco se sabe de sua influência sobre sinais visuais produzidos por movimentos corporais (i.e., gestos). Nesse estudo, realizamos a avaliação mais taxonomicamente abrangente da condução sensorial ao testar a hipótese de que a estrutura do hábitat influencia a evolução de exibições sexuais aéreas em aves da ordem Passeriformes. Baseamos essa hipótese em propriedades físicas dos hábitats que deveriam permitir uma transmissão mais ampla de exibições aéreas em áreas abertas. Para testar a hipótese, realizamos análises comparativas filogenéticas Bayesianas utilizando árvores filogenéticas ao nível de espécie e um banco de dados de 469 espécies que ocorrem ao longo do continente americano. Encontramos que o ganho evolutivo de exibições aéreas é, em média, seis vezes mais frequente em Passeriformes de áreas abertas do que em florestais. A influência da estrutura do hábitat sobre a evolução de exibições sexuais aéreas evidencia a importância da condução sensorial como uma força evolutiva determinística dentro da seleção sexual, contrastando com modelos que predizem uma direção puramente arbitrária na evolução de traços sexuais. 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