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VZ - LAB 9. 1. Bird Distribution Maps. 2. Bird Distribution Maps. 3. Bird Distribution Maps. 4. Bird Distribution Maps. 5. Bird Distribution Maps. 6. Bird Distribution Maps. 7. Bird Distribution Maps. 8. Bird Distribution Maps. 9. Piping Plover. Killdeer (not at-risk).

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Bird distribution maps

VZ - LAB 9

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Bird species images

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Piping Plover

Killdeer (not at-risk)

Bird Species Images

Black Tern

Common Tern


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Golden-winged Warbler

Kirtland’s Warbler

Bird Species Images

Lark Sparrow

Yellow-bellied Sapsucker


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Loggerhead Shrike

Northern Mockingbird (not at-risk)

Bird Species Images

Bewick’s Wren

House Wren (not at-risk)


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Mute Swan (introduced species)

Trumpeter Swan

Bird Species Images

King Rail

Tundra Swan (may winter in OH)


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American Bittern

Sandhill Crane

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Fish distribution maps

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Blue Sucker

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Northern Madtom


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Scioto Madtom

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Mountain Madtom

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Speckled Chub


Fish species images

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Pugnose Minnow

Popeye Shiner

Fish Species Images

Blacknose Shiner

Blackchin Shiner


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Longnose Sucker

Blue Sucker

Fish Species Images

Scioto Madtom

Blue sucker

ventral view, close-up of mouth

Northern Madtom


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“Comparison”

Slides

The slides that follow provide you some “practice” in identifying species at-risk and or characteristics you might be might tested on for LAB PRACTICAL #2.

At a minimum, you will have some idea how you might be tested on some information from LABS #7, #8, and #9.


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A

C

Which species here are venomous ? Could be 1 or more

B

D


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B

Which species is the false map turtle? What are the other species?

D

C


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Which turtle species has this distribution?

  • snapping turtle

  • false map turtle = Ouachita map turtle

  • common musk turtle

  • Eastern box turtle

  • Spotted turtle

  • midland smooth softshellturtle

  • F. blandings


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These images are all of the same species. What is its common name?

  • dusky salamander

  • green salamander

  • marbled salamander

  • mud salamander

  • two-lined salamander

  • F. none of the above


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Which one is the yellow-bellied sapsucker?

D

B

C

A


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B

C

D

Which one is the piping plover?


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B

A

C

E

D

Which of these species is NOT considered “at-risk” in Ohio but is found in the state? (must be “free-ranging”….that is, not in a zoo or as pet) ?


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A

B

D

C

E

Which one is the Kirtland’s Warbler?


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Which species shown here is considered benthopelagic (i.e., feeds on free-swimming zooplankton near the bottom of a stream or lake)??

B

A

C

D


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