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Use of tree species by White-throated treerunner (Pygarrhichas albogularis King) in a secondary native forest of southern Chile
Iheringia: Série Zoologia
In forest ecosystems, numerous species of insectivorous birds use certain tree species as feeding and nesting substrates. Between 2009 and 2010, the use of different floristic components as feeding substrate by the Pygarrhichas albogularis King, 1831 was evaluated in a southern Chilean secondary native forest. From a total of 13 trees and bush species, six tree species were used by P. albogularis as a feeding substrate. Tree use was limited to intermediate heights (11-20 m) and, mainly, to thedoi:10.1590/1678-476620151052193198 fatcat:njqq36hizrh2bmepqsjzv5qp7y