Basic information
Sample name: Umea
Sample aka: Bölesholmarna

Reference: J. O. Lundström, K. M. Lindström, B. Olsen, R. Dufva, and D. S. Krakower. 2001. Prevalence of Sindbis virus neutralizing antibodies among Swedish passerines indicates that thrushes are the main amplifying hosts. Journal of Medical Entomology 38(2):289-297 [ER 3281]
Country: Sweden

Coordinate: 63° 49' N, 20° 15' E
Basis of coordinate: stated in text
Geography comments: "an island situated in the lower portion of the Ume River... The island is 500 m long and 100 m wide"
Climate and habitat
Habitat: boreal forest/taiga
Protection: unprotected
Substrate: ground surface
Habitat comments: "covered by deciduous trees" including alder, willow, and birch
Life forms: birds
Sampling methods: no design, mist nets
Sample size: 60
Years: 1997
Days: 2
Seasons: summer
Nets or traps: 11
Sampling comments: "We used Japanese mist nets without bait... We used them from 0.5 h before sunrise until midday (all study areas), and again from late afternoon until 1 h after sunset (all areas except Rickebasta)... The nets are 3.0 m high and 12.0 m long with mesh size 2.5 cm squared, and we used 10-12 nets at a time" and sampling was during "10 July and 29 August 1997"
Sample: 3629
Contributor: John Alroy
Enterer: John Alroy
Created: 2020-05-26 17:40:49
Modified: 2020-05-26 17:40:49
Abundance distribution
15 species
4 singletons
total count 60
standardised richness: 14.8
Fisher's α: 6.419
geometric series k: 0.8374
Hurlbert's PIE: 0.8689
Shannon's H: 2.3050
Good's u: 0.9366
Erithacus rubecula317.7 g insectivore-frugivore
Luscinia luscinia123.8 g
Turdus merula19.7 g insectivore-frugivore
Turdus iliacus1161.2 g
Sylvia borin218.2 g frugivore-insectivore
Phylloscopus trochilus28.7 g insectivore
Muscicapa striata215.9 g insectivore
Ficedula hypoleuca212.2 g insectivore-frugivore
Poecile montanus1
"Parus montanus"
Cyanistes caeruleus13.2 g insectivore
"Parus caeruleus"
Parus major92.4 g insectivore-granivore
Fringilla coelebs122.9 g granivore
Carduelis chloris926.0 g granivore
Carduelis spinus213.5 g
Coccothraustes coccothraustes258.0 g