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Populations and Local Extinctions of Birds on Barro Colorado Island, Panama
A 1960—71 study of populations of color—banded ant—following antbirds of three species on a tropical—forested lowland reserve, Barro Colorado Island, showed that the small species (Spotted Antbird,Expand
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The behavior of spotted antbirds
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The behavior of ocellated antbirds
Willis, Edwin O. The Behavior of Ocellated Antbirds. Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, number 144, 57 pages, 25 figures, 1973.—A ten-year study of color-banded Ocellated Antbirds (PhaenostictusExpand
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Birds of a habitat spectrum in the Itirapina Savanna, São Paulo, Brazil (1982-2003).
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  • Biology, Medicine
  • Brazilian journal of biology = Revista brasleira…
  • 1 November 2004
Some 231 birds were recorded on a sandy plateau in central Sao Paulo, in an area forming a natural "habitat spectrum", from dry or wet grasslands to bushy ones (campo-cerrado) plus gallery scrub,Expand
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Birds of a eucalyptus woodlot in interior São Paulo.
  • E. Willis
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Brazilian journal of biology = Revista brasleira…
  • 1 February 2003
Some 255 birds were recorded between 1982-2001 in and near a 2314-ha "Horto" of old eucalyptus plantations with native understory and a lake, near Rio Claro, in central São Paulo, Brazil. This isExpand
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Diversity in adversity: the behaviors of two subordinate antbirds
The main subordinate ant-following ant birds south of the eastern Amazon (White-backed Fire-Eyes, Pyriglena leuconota) and north of the eastern Amazon (White-plumed Antbirds, Pithys albifrons) differExpand
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Protected cerrado fragments grow up and lose even metapopulational birds in central São Paulo, Brazil.
  • E. Willis
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Brazilian journal of biology = Revista brasleira…
  • 1 August 2006
Moderately dense woodland (cerradão) grew in two isolated patches of bushy savanna (cerrado) in central São Paulo over 23 years of bird censuses. Various uncommon birds were lost and some forestExpand
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On the Behavior of Five Species of Rhegmatorhina, Ant-following Antbirds of the Amazon Basin
I N the rain forests of the Amazon, separated for the most part by giant rivers that forest-loving birds do not cross, live five little-known antbirds (family Formicariidae) of the genusExpand
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