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Left Humerus (Left Upper Arm Bone) of the Northern Pygmy-owl Glaucidium gnoma (YPM 107607)


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Phylogenic Position
Aves - Neognathae - Strigiformes - Strigidae - Glaucidium - Glaucidium gnoma
Species Description
The Northern Pygmy-owl (Glaucidium gnoma), is found in North and Central America in habitats ranging from temperate and tropical forests to savannahs and wetlands. It is a small species, only 6 inches long. They typically nest in tree hollows, sometimes occupying old woodpecker holes. Females will lay 2-6 eggs which they incubate constantly while the male hunts for prey. The male will provide food for himself, the female and the young. Their diet consists of a mixture of vertebrates and invertebrates (mammals, birds and large insects).
Specimen Information
Species Glaucidium gnoma (Northern Pygmy-owl)
Element Left Humerus (Left Upper Arm Bone)
Specimen Number YPM 107607
Sex Female
Location USA: Arizona, Santa Cruz, Nogales, Sycamore Canyon
Geological Age Recent
 
Technical Information
Scanner Konica Minolta Range7
Resolution 40 ┬Ám
Number of Data Points 78050
Number of Data Polygons 39028
Date Scanned October 20, 2010
Scan Technician Abby Grace Drake
Edited By Abby Grace Drake
 
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Other Glaucidium gnoma (Northern Pygmy-owl) Elements
Specimen Element
YPM 107607 Right Humerus (Right Upper Arm Bone)
YPM 107607 Mandible (Jawbone )
YPM 107607 Sternum (Breast Bone)
YPM 107607 Right Tarsometatarsus (Right Fused Element Consisting of Ankle and Middle Foot Bones)
YPM 107607 Left Tarsometatarsus (Left Fused Element Consisting of Ankle and Middle Foot Bones)
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