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A Guide to the Birds of the Philippines
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This book describes institutions in the Philippines bird identification process and describes descriptions of colour plates, notebooks, and maps used in this study. Expand
Birds of South Asia: The Ripley Guide
Abstract The following critiques express the opinions of the individual evaluators regarding the strengths, weaknesses, and value of the books they review. As such, the appraisals are subjectiveExpand
THE HOWARD AND MOORE COMPLETE CHECKLIST OF THE BIRDS OF THE WORLD. 4 th EDITION VOLUME 2 (2014)
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The Sequence of Families of Birds and the Howard and Moore Checklist of Birds shows the progression of phylogenetics through the generations of birds to present-day birds. Expand
Systematic notes on Asian birds. 1. A review of the russet bush-warbler Bradypterus seebohmi (Ogilvie-Grant, 1895)
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Reassessment of the range and taxonomy of luteoventris showed that its occurrence in Nepal, Laos, and Thailand is unproven, and that it is probably monotypic. Expand
Taxonomy based on science is necessary for global conservation
Author(s): Thomson, Scott A; Pyle, Richard L; Ahyong, Shane T; Alonso-Zarazaga, Miguel; Ammirati, Joe; Araya, Juan Francisco; Ascher, John S; Audisio, Tracy Lynn; Azevedo-Santos, Valter M; Bailly,Expand
Nomenclatural and taxonomic problems related to the electronic publication of new nomina and nomenclatural acts in zoology, with brief comments on optical discs and on the situation in botany.
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The publication of this amendment provides an opportunity to discuss several of the long-discussed problems concerning the electronic publication of new nomina and nomenclatural acts, and offers recommendations to authors, referees, editors, publishers, libraries and the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature in the hope that such problems can be limited along with the potential chaos in zoological nomenClature. Expand
NOTES UPON A COLLECTION OF BIRDS FROM INDOCHINA
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The rediscovery of some of the lost collection of Monsieur A. David-Beaulieu from Laos is reported and one species, Acrocephalus concinnens, is reported from Indochina for theFirst time and several forms are reported or confirmed for the first time for either North or Central Laos. Expand
An assessment of three little-noticed papers on avian nomenclature by G. N. Kashin during 1978–1982
Overlooked and unanswered nomenclatural observations from 30 years ago, mostly based on perceived shortcomings in the Check-list of Birds of the World by J. L. Peters and his successors, areExpand
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