ITIS Standard Report Page: Aimophila ruficeps
… Aimophila ruficeps simulans Van Rossem, 1934 … Reference for: Aimophila ruficeps … Chief, Bird Section, U.S.G.S. – B.R.D. – P.W.R.C. Reference for: Aimophila ruficeps

Rufous-crowned Sparrow – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A. r. simulans was described by Adriaan Van Rossem in 1934. [6] It is found in … W. 1999. Rufous-crowned Sparrow (Aimophila ruficeps). In T he Birds of North America, No. 472 (A.

Zoological Citation Notes — R
… 99; preceeded by a "?" and with a foot note suggesting it may not be separable from simulans. Collins, P. W. 1999. Rufous-crowned Sparrow (Aimophila ruficeps). In The Birds of …

World Birds Taxonomic List: Genera and species with citations.
Aimophila (f.) Swainson 1837 Class.Birds 2 p.287 Aimophila ruficauda (Bonaparte) 1853 … 60 p.55 ; Aimophila ruficeps scottii (Sennett) 1888 Auk 5 p.41,42 ; Aimophila ruficeps simulans …

Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP) – Volume 3 …
BIRDS: American bittern Botaurus lentiginosus: bald eagle … Aimophila ruficeps canescens: southwestern willow flycatcher … Dipodomys simulans: long-tailed weasel Mustela frenata

DFG – Lands – Ecological Reserves – South Coast Region – Crestridge …
… have been determined to be present and birds of prey … Hawk, Accipiter cooperi; Rufous-crowned Sparrow, Aimophila ruficeps … Small-flowered Morning-glory , Convolvulus simulans …

County of San Diego: East County MSCP Plan – Species List
BIRDS. Agelaius tricolor (Tricolored blackbird) Aimophila ruficeps canescens (Rufous-crowned sparrow) … Caulanthus simulans (Payson’s caulanthus) Ceanothus cyaneus …

Species Images Index
Birds: American bittern (Botaurus lentiginosus) Image 1 … Rufous-crowned sparrow (Aimophila ruficeps canescens) Image 1 … Payson’s jewelflower (Caulanthus simulans) Image 1

FLMNH Birds Master Database Taxon List
Birds Master Database Taxon List. Abeillia abeillia abeillia Aburria pipile … Aimophila ruficeps Aimophila ruficeps duponti Aimophila ruficeps eremoeca

Endangered Ecosystems of the United States
Twenty-one (58%) of 36 federally listed threatened or endangered birds occur near coasts (not including species in Hawaii or Puerto Rico; E. T.

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