Parus bicolor (bird)

Diet: insectivore based on Allen and O'Connor 2000 and Allen and O'Connor 2000

Abundance: 0.41 to 6.39% (median 4.12%)

Latitudinal range: 30.7° to 42.3°

Habitats: temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (6) only

Found in 6 samples

United States: Baldwin County, Horseshoe Bend Research Area, Wateree, St. Catherine's Island, Wedge Plantation, Laudholm Farm

See also Parus, Parus carolinensis, Parus cyanus, Parus elegans, Parus inornatus, Parus m. x P. m. minor minor, Parus major, Parus varius