About the Species
This specimen was found dead outside the Department of Geological Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin, and will be accessioned into the Texas Memorial Museum. It was made available to the University of Texas High-Resolution X-ray CT Facility for scanning by Dr. Timothy Rowe of the Department of Geological Sciences of The University of Texas at Austin. Funding for scanning and image processing was provided by a National Science Foundation Digital Libraries Initiative grant to Dr. Rowe.
Dorsolateral view of the whole specimen.
Lateral view of the head of the specimen.
About this Specimen
The entire specimen was scanned by Matthew Colbert on 21 July 2003 along the coronal axis for a total of 1170 slices, each slice 0.09 mm thick with an interslice spacing of 0.09 mm.
Baumel, J. J., A. S. King, J. E. Breazile, H. E. Evans, and J. C. Vanden Berge (eds.). 1993. Handbook of Avian Anatomy: Nomina Anatomica Avium, Second Edition. Publication of the Nuttall Ornithological Club, number 23. Nuttall Ornithological Club, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 779 pp.
Seiurus aurocapillus on The Animal Diversity Web (The University of Michigan)
S. aurocapillus wildlife profile on the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission website
S. aurocapillus on the U. S. Geological Survey website.
hear the song of the ovenbird on the National Wildlife Federation website