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Association of Field Ornithologists VOL . 65 , NO . 1 WINTER 1994 P ^ CES 1150

@inproceedings{Ormthol2004AssociationOF,
  title={Association of Field Ornithologists VOL . 65 , NO . 1 WINTER 1994 P ^ CES 1150},
  author={J. Field Ormthol and James J. Counsilman and Kang In Nee and Ahmad Kamal Abdul Jalil and Wang. and Luan and Keng and Analisis Discriminante and DE Caracter},
  year={2004}
}
--Male and female Common (Acrzdotheres trzstis) and White-vented Mynas (A. javanicus) are not clearly sexually dimorphic and are thus difficult to identify in the field. Discriminant analysis of nine morphometric characters of adult birds indicates that tail length, gape length, culmen length, toe length, wing length (maximum chord), tarsus length and body mass contributed significantly to sex identification in Common Mynas, while male and female White-vented Mynas could be separated based on… Expand

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