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Breeding of the Greenish Schiffornis (Schiffornis virescens, Tityridae)
Like several Neotropical bird species, the breeding biology of the seven species of Schiffornis (Tityridae) is poorly known. Only three of these species have some aspects of their breeding biologyExpand
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Breeding Biology Research and Data Availability for New World Flycatchers
Life-history strategies of Neotropical birds differ markedly from their Nearctic counterparts, yet the lack of detailed information on most Neotropical species hinders meaningful comparisons. WeExpand
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Breeding biology of Neotropical Accipitriformes: current knowledge and research priorities
Despite the key role that knowledge on breeding biology of Accipitriformes plays in their management and conservation, survey of the state-of-the-art and of information gaps spanning the entireExpand
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Ecological and environmental factors related to variation in egg size of New World flycatchers
Geographical variation in egg size is well documented for several taxa, but remains insufficiently described for birds in spite of a well-known latitudinal gradient in clutch size. Several hypothesesExpand
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Introducing AIC model averaging in ecological niche modeling: a single-algorithm multi-model strategy to account for uncertainty in suitability predictions
Aim: The Akaike information Criterion (AIC) is widely used science to make predictions about complex phenomena based on an entire set of models weighted by akaike weights. Expand
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We report several aspects of the nesting biology of columbids, with emphasis on nest and egg characteristics, incubation and nestling period, in natural Cerrado formations and disturbed areas in theExpand
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Nest and Eggs of the Streamer-Tailed Tyrant (Gubernetes yetapa) from Brazil and Paraguay
ABSTRACT The breeding biology of approximately one third of all Fluvicolinae species is largely unknown and little is known about Streamer-tailed Tyrant (Gubernetes yetapa). Despite being locallyExpand
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Geographical variation and current knowledge on breeding traits of vultures in the neotropics
New World vultures (Cathartidae) have essential roles in ecosystem functioning, but are susceptible to increasing anthropogenic impacts. Knowledge of several breeding, behavioral, and distributionalExpand
Genotyping‐by‐sequencing and ecological niche modeling illuminate phylogeography, admixture, and Pleistocene range dynamics in quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides)
Abstract Populus tremuloides is the widest‐ranging tree species in North America and an ecologically important component of mesic forest ecosystems displaced by the Pleistocene glaciations. UsingExpand
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