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A Preliminary Phylogenetic Hypothesis for the Cotingas (Cotingidae) Based on Mitochondrial DNA
The cotingas (Cotingidae) are a diverse family of Neotropical suboscines that are thought to be closely related to manakins (Pipridae) and tyrant flycatchers (Tyrannidae) in the superfamilyExpand
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PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS OF ANTPITTA GENERA (PASSERIFORMES: FORMICARIIDAE)
Abstract Phylogenetic relationships among the antpitta genera were studied using DNA sequence data from the mitochondrial genome. The clade representing the traditional “antpitta” genera (Grallaria,Expand
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Ecological niche differentiation in the Aphelocoma jays: a phylogenetic perspective
The Aphelocoma jays have become an important touchstone in behavioural ecology and biogeography – the corpus of studies of this genus makes it an important point of reference. Aphelocoma evolutionaryExpand
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SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTION IN THE TITYRINAE (PASSERIFORMES: TYRANNOIDEA)
Abstract We tested the monophyly and determined the phylogenetic relationships of the seven genera (Laniisoma, Laniocera, Iodopleura, Pachyramphus, Schiffornis, Tityra, and Xenopsaris) and 27 of theExpand
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Phylogenetic Patterns in Montane Troglodytes Wrens
This is the publisher's version, also available electronically from http://www.jstor.org/stable/1370013#references_tab_contents.
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FURTHER EVIDENCE FOR PARAPHYLY OF THE FORMICARIIDAE (PASSERIFORMES)
Abstract The historical relationships of ground antbirds and their relatives have long been unresolved. Here, I present a phylogenetic analysis of ground antbird (Formicariidae) relationships basedExpand
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Phylogenetic relationships of flowerpeckers (Aves: Dicaeidae): novel insights into the evolution of a tropical passerine clade.
Understanding the relationships and evolution of flowerpeckers has been challenging, particularly as no phylogenetic study has as yet assessed the group. Here, we present a first such analysis ofExpand
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Diet explains red flight feathers in Yellow-shafted Flickers in eastern North America
ABSTRACT Yellow-shafted Flickers (Colaptes auratus auratus subspecies group of the Northern Flicker) occasionally have orange to red flight feathers in eastern North America far from the hybrid zoneExpand
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A NEW SPECIES OF ANTPITTA (FORMICARIIDAE: GRALLARIA) FROM THE SOUTHERN ECUADORIAN ANDES
We describe a striking new species of Grallaria antpitta from wet, upper sub- tropical forest in the upper Rio Chinchipe drainage, provincia Zamora-Chinchipe, Ecuador. Notes on its natural historyExpand
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Avifauna of a paraguayan cerrado locality : Parque nacional serrania San Luis, depto. concepción
-We recorded 181 avian species at the Paraguayan Cerrado site, Parque Nacional Serrania San Luis, depto. Concepci6n, including the first record of Veery (Catharusfuscescens) for the country. WeExpand
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