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Darwin's Finches
Part I. Description: 1. Galapagos scene 2. Classification 3. Ecology 4. Female plumage 5. Male plumage and sexual selection 6. Beak differences and food 7. Size differences between island forms 8.Expand
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THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE COLOUR OF TURDINE EGGS
Summary 1. In the Turdinae, colour of eggs is valueless as a guide to classification, since not infrequently a species has eggs that are unlike those of its congeners and like those of a speciesExpand
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THE NUMBERS OF SPECIES OF HUMMINGBIRDS IN THE WEST INDIES
  • D. Lack
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Evolution; international journal of organic…
  • 1 June 1973
The present paper, like so many in its field, was stimulated by repeated re-reading of Island Biogeography (MacArthur and Wilson, 1967). It develops for one family of birds some ideas that I putExpand
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The Nesting of the Long-Tailed Tit
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The Life Of The Robin
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Detection of Birds by Radar
PERMISSION has now been obtained to publish the fact that birds can reflect radio waves with sufficient strength to be detected by radar sets. Evidence of this was given to us in the summer of 1941Expand
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Cuckoo hosts in England
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