Thrinax consists of five species. Three of them are single-island endemics - Thrinax ekmaniana is exclusively endemic to hills Mogotes de Jumagua, Cuba while Thrinax excelsa and Thrinax parviflora are endemic to Jamaica. Thrinax morrisii is found in the Greater and Lesser Antilles, the Bahamas and the Florida Keys. The fifth species, Thrinax radiata, is more widespread - it is present in the in the Greater Antilles, the Bahamas, south Florida, Mexico and Central America.
EXPLOITATION OF A SEASONAL RESOURCE BY NONBREEDING PLAIN AND WHITE-CROWNED PIGEONS: IMPLICATIONS FOR CONSERVATION OF TROPICAL DRY FORESTS.(Statistical Data Included)
Mar 01, 2001; ALLAN M. STRONG [1,2,4] MATTHEW D. JOHNSON [1,3] ABSTRACTColumbids often exhibit irregular movement patterns in response to fruit...