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The White-Eyed Foliage-Gleaner (Furnariidae: Automolus) is Two Species
Abstract New information on vocalizations of populations of the White-eyed Foliage-gleaner (Automolus leucophthalmus), and analysis of biometric and plumage characters, reveal that it consists of twoExpand
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A CRYPTIC NEW SPECIES OF FLYCATCHER (TYRANNIDAE: SUIRIRI) FROM THE CERRADO REGION OF CENTRAL SOUTH AMERICA
Abstract A new species of tyrant flycatcher (Suiriri islerorum) is described from the cerrado region of Brazil and adjacent eastern Bolivia. The species previously had been confused with SuiririExpand
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Avifauna of a Locality in the Upper Orinoco Drainage of Amazonas, Venezuela
This paper reports the findings of several surveys of the avifauna of the region surrounding two remote fishing camps in the upper Rio Orinoco region of Amazonas, Venezuela. This area is ofExpand
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Alta Floresta revisited: an updated review of the avifauna of the most intensively surveyed locality in south-central Amazonia
—Without adequate knowledge of species distributions and life-history characteristics it is impossible to undertake robust analyses to answer even basic biogeographical questions or undertakeExpand
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SPECIES LIMITS IN OLIVE-BACKED FOLIAGE-GLEANERS (AUTOMOLUS: FURNARIIDAE)
Abstract New information on the vocalizations and behavior of populations of the Olive-backed Foliage-gleaner (Automolus infuscatus), along with analysis of biometric and plumage characters, revealExpand
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VOCALIZATIONS, BEHAVIOR AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE RIO BRANCO ANTBIRD
We here present the first detailed analysis and sonagrams of the vocalizations of the Rio Branco Antbird (Cercomacra carbonaria) and augment the scant literature con- cerning its abundance, habitatExpand
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THE RUFOUS CACHOLOTE (FURNARIIDAE: PSEUDOSEISURA) IS TWO SPECIES
Abstract New information on the vocalizations and behavior of populations of the Rufous Cacholote (Pseudoseisura cristata), combined with a morphometric analysis of museum specimens, reveal that itExpand
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Birding in the American West
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Behavior and vocalizations of the caura and the yapacana antbirds
The first detailed information on the vocalizations (including the first sound spectrograms) and natural history of the Caura Antbird (Percnostolu caurensis) and the Yapacana Antbird (MyrmecizaExpand
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