Annotated checklist of the birds of Brazil by the Brazilian Ornithological Records Committee / Lista comentada das aves do Brasil pelo Comitê Brasileiro de Registros Ornitológicos

@article{Piacentini2015AnnotatedCO,
  title={Annotated checklist of the birds of Brazil by the Brazilian Ornithological Records Committee / Lista comentada das aves do Brasil pelo Comitê Brasileiro de Registros Ornitológicos},
  author={V{\'i}tor Q. Piacentini and Alexandre Aleixo and Carlos Eduardo Agne and Giovanni Nachtigall Maur{\'i}cio and Jos{\'e} Fernando Pacheco and Gustavo A. Bravo and Guilherme R. R. Brito and Luciano Nicol{\'a}s Naka and Fabio Olmos and S{\'e}rgio Roberto Posso and Lu{\'i}s F{\'a}bio Silveira and Gustavo S. Betini and Eduardo Carrano and Ismael Franz and Alexander Charles Lees and Luciano M. Lima and Dimas Pioli and Fabio Schunck and F{\'a}bio Raposo do Amaral and Glayson A. Bencke and Mario Cohn-Haft and Luiz Fernando A. Figueiredo and Fernando Costa Straube and Evaldo Cesari},
  journal={Revista Brasileira de Ornitologia - Brazilian Journal of Ornithology},
  year={2015},
  volume={23},
  pages={90-298}
}
Since 2005, the Brazilian Ornithological Records Committee (CBRO) has published updated checklists of Brazilian birds almost every year. Herein, we present a completely new and annotated version of our checklist. For the first time, we list all bird subspecies known from Brazil that are currently accepted by at least one key ornithological reference work. The inclusion of the subspecies should be seen as a synthesis, and not as a taxonomic endorsement. As such, we include in the new checklist… 
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