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Annotated checklist of the birds (Aves) of Cerro Hoya National Park, Azuero Peninsula, Panama
Protected only by the extreme ruggedness of its terrain, the montane regions of Cerro Hoya National Park are among the least biologically known regions of Central America. Here we provide a checklist…
Restoring the species status of Catharus maculatus (Aves: Turdidae), a secretive Andean thrush, with a critique of the yardstick approach to species delimitation
This work collected multiple lines of evidence including phylogenetic analysis of mitochondrial DNA sequences (ND2), discriminant and principal components analysis of morphometric and vocal data, and statistical modeling of ecological niches that collectively indicate that C. d.
The Basilinna genus (Aves: Trochilidae): an evaluation based on molecular evidence and implications for the genus Hylocharis
- Blanca E. Hernández-Baños, Luz E. Zamudio-Beltrán, L. E. Eguiarte-Fruns, John Klicka, J. García-Moreno
- 1 September 2014
The taxonomic status of the genus Hylocharis, a member of the Emeraldscomplex, whose relationships with other genera are unclear is investigated; the existence of the Basilinna genus is corroborated and is a paraphyletic genus that includes species belonging to the genus Amazilia.
Polyphyly of Hylophilus and a new genus for the Tawny-crowned Greenlet (Aves: Passeriformes: Vireonidae).
The genus Hylophilus Temminck contains 15 species of Neotropical greenlets in the avian family Vireonidae and some striking and concordant differences in habitat, voice, and iris color led Ridgely and Tudor (1989) to posit that the genus might contain sufficient diversity to warrant splitting into multiple genera.
Nesting Records and Habitat of the Common Black-Hawk (Buteogallus anthracinus) in Natural Protected Area Maderas del Carmen, Coahuila, México
- Eliphaleth Carmona-Gómez, Ricardo Canales-Del-Castillo, Irene Ruvalcaba- Ortega, John Klicka, Alejandro Espinosa-Treviño, Jonás Delgadillo-Villalobos
- Environmental ScienceThe American Midland Naturalist
- 1 July 2020
Abstract. The Common Black Hawk (Buteogallus anthracinus), a widespread neotropical raptor, has been known since the 1970s to nest as far north as western Texas, but few breeding records exist for…