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Birds of Peru: Revised and Updated Edition
A DISTINCTIVE NEW SPECIES OF TYRANT FLYCATCHER (PASSERIFORMES: TYRANNIDAE: CNIPODECTES) FROM SOUTHEASTERN PERU
A distinctive new species of twistwing from southeastern Peru is described, which suggests that it may be restricted to larger blocks of forest dominated by bamboo (Guadua spp.), a habitat poorly surveyed in Amazonia.
A Cryptic New Species of Thrush (Turdidae: Turdus) from Western Amazonía
It is proposed that the new thrush is not particularly closely related to the T. fumigatus/hauxwelli complex but rather is the western Amazonian member of the Spectacled Thrush (T. nudigenis) complex.
The distribution, natural history, and status of the Long-whiskered Owlet (Xenoglaux loweryi)
Information on the known distribution, natural history, additional specimen data, and conservation status of the Long-whiskered Owlet is provided.
New and noteworthy Records from Northwestern Peru, Department of Tumbes
From late May to early August 2009 we conducted an extensive avifaunal survey of the Department of Tumbes in the far northwestern corner of Peru. Tumbes contains the core habitats unique to the…
Range extensions for two rare high- Andean birds in central Peru
Peru remain relatively poorly known because only widely scattered sites have been subject to thorough surveys. This fact is underscored by the high pace of discovery of new taxa and new…
A new species of manakin (Aves: Pipridae; Machaeropterus ) from Peru with a taxonomic reassessment of the Striped Manakin ( M. regulus ) complex
It is concluded that this population of manakin from the foothills of southwestern Loreto and northern San Martin departments, Peru represents a new biological species that is here name Machaeropterus eckelberryi .
Reappraisal of koepcke's screech owl megascops koepckeae and description of a new subspecies
There is no evidence to support its asserted occurrence in Bolivia, but two distinctive populations can be recognised in Peru and a new subspecies is described here from the rainshadow valleys of south-central Peru.
Molts and Plumages
FIRST DESCRIPTION OF SONG DISPLAY AND OTHER NOTES ON THE BARE-NECKED FRUITCROW (GYMNODERUS FOETIDUS, COTINGIDAE)
- D. F. Lane
The first published field observations of display behavior and vocalizations of the Bare-necked Fruitcrow (Gymnoderus foetidus) are presented.