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The Function of a Migration Corridor for a Passerine: A Case Study Based on Age and Gender of Blue-and-white Flycatcher (Cyanoptila cyanomelana)

The Function of a Migration Corridor for a Passerine: A Case Study Based on Age and Gender of Blue-and-white Flycatcher (Cyanoptila cyanomelana)

Bin Liu1,2, Libo Wang2, Dandan Xue2, Peng Xu1, Yuting An2 and Changhu Lu1*

1College of Biology and Environment, Nanjing Forestry University, Nanjing 210037, China
2Jiangsu Dafeng Milu National Nature Reserve, Yancheng 224136, China

*      Corresponding author: luchanghu@njfu.edu.cn

Fig. 1.

Location of the study site in Yancheng seawall forest, China.

Fig. 2.

The number of blue-and-white flycatchers captured in different months.

Fig. 3.

The number of blue-and-white flycatchers captured per day in different seasons: (A) spring, (B) autumn.

Fig. 4.

Timing of migration of blue-and-white flycatchers for both ages and sexes in (A) spring and (B) autumn.

Fig. 5.

Body mass in blue-and-white flycatcher of both sex and age categories during spring and autumn.

Pakistan Journal of Zoology

October

Vol. 53, Iss. 5, Pages 1603-2000

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