Synonyms for goldfinch_carduelis_carduelis or Related words with goldfinch_carduelis_carduelis

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Examples of "goldfinch_carduelis_carduelis"
The European goldfinch or goldfinch ("Carduelis carduelis"), is a small passerine bird in the finch family that is native to Europe, North Africa and western Asia. It has been introduced to other areas including Australia, New Zealand and Uruguay.
The painting is a "trompe-l'œil" of a European goldfinch ("Carduelis carduelis") on top of its feeder that is attached to the wall. The feeder consists of two half rings and a blue container. The bird is sitting on the top ring, to which it is chained by its foot. The painting is signed "" at the bottom.
The citril finch was described by the German zoologist Peter Simon Pallas in 1764 under the binomial name "Fringilla citrinella". The current genus name "carduelis" is the Latin word for the European goldfinch, and "citrinella" is the Italian word for a small yellow bird. It is a diminutive of the Latin "citrinus" meaning citrine or light greenish-yellow. The Corsican finch ("Carduelis corsicana") was at one time considered as a subspecies of the citril finch but is now treated a separate species. Molecular genetic studies have shown that the citril finch is closely related to the European goldfinch ("Carduelis carduelis").
Known hosts for this species include the warbler ("Acrocephalus schoenobaenus"), the blackbird ("Agelaius phoeniceus"), the goldfinch ("Carduelis carduelis"), the blue jay ("Cyanocitta cristata"), the yellow warbler ("Setophaga petechia"), the robin ("Erithacus rubecula"), junco ("Junco hyemalis hyemalis"), the red-billed leiothrix ("Leiothrix lutea"), the bullfinch ("Loxigilla violacea"), house sparrow ("Passer domesticus"), the weaver ("Ploceus cucullatus"), the grackle ("Quiscalus quiscula"), the canary ("Serinus canaria"), the blackcap ("Sylvia atricapilla"), the pigeon ("Spilopelia senegalensis"), eastern meadowlark ("Sturnella magna"), starling ("Sturnus vulgaris") black-faced grassquit ("Tiaris bicolor"), white-eyed thrush ("Turdus jamaicensis"), the blackbird ("Turdus merula") and American sparrows ("Zonotrichia" species).
Studies in Britain showed that birds are a major predator in British town and city environments (such as in gardens) while arthropods had larger influence in rural areas. Bird predators include the house sparrow ("Passer domesticus"), goldfinch ("Carduelis carduelis") and skylark ("Alauda arvensis"). Caterpillars are cryptic, coloured as green as the host plant leaves and they rest on the undersides of the leaves, thus making them less visible to predators. Unlike the large white, they are not distasteful to predators like birds. Like many other "white" butterflies, they overwinter as a pupa. Bird predation is usually evident only in late-instar larvae or on overwintering pupae.
Birds: The reserve is home to 200 species of birds, of which 19 are considered rare at the national level. More than 22 species have been confirmed to be resident, the rest are migratory or rare visitors, and at least two or three species have been introduced. The reserve holds a combination of birds found in Europe, Africa, and Asia which include: chukar ("Alectoris chukar"), Eurasian jay ("Garrulus glandarius"), blackbird ("Turdus merula"), common raven ("Corvus corax"), common kestrel ("Falco tinnunculus"), shore lark ("Eremophila alpestris"), common redstart ("Phoenicurus phoenicurus"), common chaffinch, ("Fringilla coelebs"), turtle dove ("Streptopelia turtur"), rock sparrow ("Petronia petronia"), European goldfinch ("Carduelis carduelis"). Two species at least have been introduced to the shouf area for hunting and expanded their range into the reserve, the two species are: rock partridge ("Alectoris graeca"), and common pheasant ("Phasianus colchicus"). The reserve is also home to many species of birds of prey such as: griffon vulture ("Gyps fulvus"), and the golden eagle ("Aquila chrysaetos").
Of the sedentary bird species the hawk ("Buteo buteo rothschild") is the most notable, along with the Atlantic canary ("Serinus canaria"), common House Sparrow ("Passer domesticus"), Rock Dove ("Columba livia"), Atlantic European Goldfinch ("Carduelis carduelis parva") and the Azorean subspecies of Common blackbird ("Turdus merula azorensis"). Migratory and marine birds are more common in the islands of the Azores, resulting in the identification of several species including approximately 37 nesting species on Monte Brasil annually (28 land and eight marine species). During the summer, and especially along the mount's southern coast there are large bands of nesting species of Cory's Shearwater ("Calonectris diomedea"), Common Tern ("Sterna hirundo"), and the ubiquitous Caspian Gull ("Larus cachinnans").
An extended title for this portrait is the "Portrait of Giovanni de’ Medici as a Child holding a Goldfinch". It was painted sometime between 1544 and 1545, based on the child’s age. Giovanni was born in the September 1543 and this portrait depicts him at the age of eighteen months. He is wearing a pink doublet, which is painted with high detail. He holds a goldfinch (Carduelis carduelis) in his hand, which is a Christian symbol, because the goldfinch eats thistle seed and so is associated with Christ’s Crown of Thorns and the Passion. It appears in religious paintings to represent the knowledge of the future Crucifixion. Around his neck, he wears a gold chain with a coral and other charms. It was believed that coral could protect children from harm.
The large bill suggests a relationship with the Asian grosbeaks - e.g. "Mycerobas" - but its song and calls are reminiscent of European goldfinch "Carduelis carduelis", European greenfinch "C. chloris", and Yemen linnet "C. yemenensis". Also it has been observed performing a greenfinch-like slow-winged display flight which suggests its true affinities may lie within the genus "Carduelis". Altogether, "Rhynchostruthus" seems to belong to a group of Carduelinae which includes such birds as "Carduelis", the oriole finch ("Linurgus olivaceus"), and the canaries, many of which have large amounts of brilliant yellow plumage. But the exact placement of the golden-winged grosbeaks is not very well resolved. Molecular genetic studies have shown that "Rhynchostruthus" and "Rhodospiza" form a distinct clade but are not closely related to any other of the birds commonly referred to as "grosbeaks".
Mallard ("Anas platyrhynchos"), grey partridge ("Perdix perdix"), pheasant ("Phasianus colchicus"), quail ("Coturnix coturnix"), moorhen ("Gallinula chloropus"), wood pigeon ("Columba palumbus"), great spotted woodpecker ("Dendrocopos major"), skylark ("Alauda arvensis"), wren ("Troglodytes troglodytes"), robin ("Erithacus rubecula"), black redstart ("Phoenicurus ochruros"), blackbird ("Turdus merula"), song thrush ("Turdus philomelos"), garden warbler ("Sylvia borin"), blackcap ("Sylvia atricapilla"), willow warbler ("Phylloscopus trochilus"), chiffchaff ("Phylloscopus collybita"), goldcrest ("Regulus regulus"), common firecrest ("Regulus ignicapillus"), spotted flycatcher ("Muscicapa striata"), marsh tit ("Poecile palustris"), blue tit (Parus caeruleus), great tit ("Parus major"), coal tit ("Periparus ater"), short-toed treecreeper ("Certhia brachydactyla"), starling ("Sturnus vulgaris"), Eurasian jay ("Garrulus glandarius"), European magpie ("Pica pica"), carrion crow ("Corvus corone"), tree sparrow ("Passer montanus"), house sparrow ("Passer domesticus"), common chaffinch ("Fringilla coelebs"), greenfinch ("Carduelis chloris"), goldfinch ("Carduelis carduelis"), yellowhammer ("Emberiza citrinella") und reed bunting ("Emberiza schoeniclus").
Forty-one bird species winter in the Prioksko-Terrasny Reserve. Among wintering species are: Northern goshawk Accipiter gentilis L., Eurasian sparrowhawk Accipiter nisus L., Eurasian black grouse Lyrurus tetrix L., western capercaillie Tetrao urogallus L., hazel grouse Tetrastes bonasia L., grey partridge Perdix perdix L., long-eared owl Asio otus L., Tengmalm’s owl Aegolus funereus L., little owl Athene noctua Scop., Eurasian pygmy owl Glaucidium passerinum L., tawny owl Strix aluco L., European green woodpecker Picus viridis L., grey-headed woodpecker Picus canus Gm., black woodpecker Dryocopus martius L., great spotted woodpecker Dendrocopos major L., white-backed woodpecker Dendrocopos leucotos Bechst., middle spotted woodpecker Dendrocopos medius L., lesser spotted woodpecker Dendrocopos minor L., Eurasian jay Garrulus glandarius (L.), Eurasian magpie Pica pica (L.), hooded crow Corvus cornix L., common raven Corvus corax L., Bohemian waxwing Bombicilla garrulous (L.), goldcrest Regulus regulus (L.), fieldfare Turdus pilaris L., long-tailed tit Aegithalos caudatus (L.), willow tit Parus montanus Bald., crested tit Parus cristatus L., coal tit Parus ater L., blue tit Parus caeruleus L., great tit Parus major L., Eurasian nuthatch Sitta europea L., common treecreeper Certhia familiaris L., house sparrow Passer domesticus (L.), Eurasian tree sparrow ( Passer montanus L.), Eurasian siskin Spinus spinus (L.), European goldfinch Carduelis carduelis (L.), common redpoll Acanthis flammea (L.), red crossbill Loxia curvirosrta L., Eurasian bullfinch Pyrrhula pyrrhula (L.), yellowhammer Emberiza citinella L.