Setophaga ruticilla (bird)

Mass: 8.4 g

Diet: insectivore based on Blake and Hoppes 1986, Allen and O'Connor 2000, Allen and O'Connor 2000, and Anderson and Naka 2011

Abundance: 0.03 to 7.28% (median 1.28%)

Latitudinal range: 13.7° to 55.3°

Habitats: temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (14), temperate savanna (1), temperate wetland (1), tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (4), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (8)

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Found in 28 samples

Belize: Belize Groves Management Company Limited (orange orchard #4)

Canada: Calling Lake (treatment), Calling Lake (control), Tantramar Marshes, Charlotte County

Guatemala: Finca Caobanal, Puerto Barrios (mist netted birds)

Mexico: Santa Martha (forest), Santa Martha (second growth), Cozumel Island (birds, 2004 - 2007)

Nicaragua: Siuna (birds, primary forest), Siuna (birds, secondary forest), Siuna (birds, allspice), Siuna (birds, pasture)

United States: Pine Swamp, Baldwin County, Mona Island, Guánica, La Salle Creek Bog, Sandrock Cliff (spring), Sandrock Cliff (fall), William Trelease Woods (gap, spring), Freeville, Lighthouse Tract, Wateree, Lucky Peak (willow riparian), Laudholm Farm, Clayhead Preserve

Size measurements:
8.4 mm(N = 1)based on

See also Setophaga, Setophaga adelaidae, Setophaga americana, Setophaga caerulescens, Setophaga castanea, Setophaga cerulea, Setophaga citrina, Setophaga coronata, Setophaga discolor, Setophaga dominica, Setophaga fusca, Setophaga magnolia, Setophaga nigrescens, Setophaga occidentalis, Setophaga palmarum, Setophaga pensylvanica, Setophaga petechia, Setophaga pinus, Setophaga sp., Setophaga striata, Setophaga tigrina, Setophaga townsendi, Setophaga virens