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salmonella enteritidis infection in two species of psittaciformes.in 1990, salmonella enteritidis phage type 4 was recovered from two young (less than 20-week-old) lilac-crowned amazon parrots (amazona finschi schlater), one in tennessee and one in kansas. the parrot from tennessee was treated for a plugged naris and anorexia before the s. enteritidis infection was discovered. the parrot from kansas exhibited signs of septicemia and died within 24 hours of examination. an apparently healthy green-cheeked conure (pyrrhura molinae) on the same premises as the pa ...19921417612
evaluation of liposome-encapsulated butorphanol tartrate for alleviation of experimentally induced arthritic pain in green-cheeked conures (pyrrhura molinae).to evaluate injection of microcrystalline sodium urate (msu) for inducing articular pain in green-cheeked conures (pyrrhura molinae) and the analgesic efficacy of liposome-encapsulated butorphanol tartrate (lebt) by use of weight load data, behavioral scores, and fecal corticosterone concentration.200919795935
the first complete mitochondrial genome of pyrrhura sp.--question about conspecificity in the light of hybridization between pyrrhura molinae and pyrrhura rupicola species.the genus pyrrhura contains at least 24 species widespread mainly through south america. pyrrhura molinae (green-cheeked conure) and pyrrhura rupicola (black-capped conure) are treated as separate species based on morphological differences. geographical ranges of these two species overlap in southern peru. however, it is not clear if they occur there sympatrically or it is a hybridization zone. some taxonomists conjecture their conspecific character, as possible hybrid individuals have been foun ...201624660930
feeding ecology of the green-cheeked parakeet (pyrrhura molinae) in dry forests in western brazil.the genus pyrrhura includes small to medium-sized parakeets, which inhabit both low and dry alongside tall rainforests, mainly in south america. pyrrhura molinae is still common, year round, in the markedly seasonal forests of western brazil. this parakeet, as well as most neotropical parrots, continues to be poorly understood. hence, in the present study i examined their foraging ecology both in a highly deciduous and in a semi-deciduous forest in western brazil. in addition, i assessed the rel ...200717876434
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