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Published Papers List

This is a list of papers that used UUMZ specimens or resources.


Dickerman, R. W., and A. R. Phillips. 1970. Taxonomy of the common meadowlark (Sturnella magna) in central and southern Mexico and Caribbean Central America. Condor 72:305-309.

Ewert, D. N., and W. E. Lanyon. 1970. The first prebasic molt of the common yellowthroat (Parulidae). Auk 87:362-363.

Feduccia, J. A. 1970. Natural history of the avian families Dendrocolaptidae (woodhewers) and Furnariidae (ovenbirds). J. Grad. Res. Center 38(3/4):1-26.

Feduccia, J. A. 1970. A new shorebird from the Upper Pliocene. J. Grad. Res. Center 38(3/4):58-60.

Feduccia, J. A. 1970. The systematic position of the avian speciesMetopothrix aurantiacus. J. Grad. Res. Center 38:61-66.

Feduccia, J. A. 1970. The avifauna of the Sand Draw local fauna (Aftonian) of Brown Co., Nebraska. Wilson Bull. 82(3):332-334.

Fisher, C. D. 1970. Geographic variation and evolution in the Australian ring-necked parrots (Barnardius). Ph. D. thesis, Univ. Michigan.

Gill, F. B., C. Jouanin, and R. W. Storer. 1970. Notes on the seabirds of Round Island, Mauritius. Auk 87:514-521.

Hubbard, J. P. 1970. Check-list of the birds of New Mexico. New Mexico Ornithol. Soc. Publ. 3. 108 pp.

Ingolfsson, A. 1970. Hybridization of glaucous gulls Larus hyperboreus and herring gulls L. argentatus in Iceland. Ibis 112:340-362.

Johnson, N. K. 1970. Fall migration and winter distribution of the Hammond flycatcher. Bird-Banding 41(3):169-190.

Payne, R. B. 1970. The mouth markings of juvenal Vidua regia and Uraeginthus granatinus. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 90:16-18.

Prescott, K. W. 1970. A kingfisher new to Borneo. Auk 87:586.

Rising, J. D. 1970. Morphological variation and evolution in some North American orioles. Syst. Zool. 19:315-351.

Sealy, S. G. 1970. Egg teeth and hatching methods in some alcids. Auk 82:289-293.

Storer, R. W. 1970. Thraupinae and Tersininae. In: R. A. Paynter, Jr. (Ed.), Check-List of Birds of the World, vol. 13, Ed. R. A. Paynter, Jr. Pp. 246-409. Museum of Comparative Zoology, Cambridge, Mass.

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Ames, P.L. 1971. The morphology of the syrinx in passerine birtds. Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University, Bull. 37.

Cracraft, J. 1971. The relationships and evolution of the rollers: family Coraciidae, Brachypteraciidae, and Leptosomatidae. Auk 88:723-752.

Gill, F. B. 1971. Ecology and evolution of the sympatric Mascarene white-eyes, Zosterops borbonica and Zosterops olivacea . Auk 88:35-60.

Johnston, D. W. 1971. Ecological aspects of hybridizing chickadees (Parus) in Virginia. Am. Midl. Nat. 85(1):124-134.

Parkes, K. C. 1971. Taxonomic and distributional notes on Philippine birds. Nemouria 4:1-67.

Payne, R. B. 1971. Paradise whydahs Vidua paradisaea and V. obtusa of southern and eastern Africa, with notes on differentiation of the females. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 91:66-76.

Storer, R. W. 1971. Classification of birds. In: D. S. Farner and J. R. King (Eds.), vol. 1, Pp. 1-18. Academic Press, New York.

Storer, R. W. 1971. Adaptive radiation of birds. In: D. S. Farner and J. R. King (Eds.), vol. 1, Pp. 149-188. Academic Press, New York.

Storer, R. W. 1971. The behaviour of the New Zealand dabchick. Notornis 18:175-186.

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Feduccia, A. 1972. Variation in the posterior border of the sternum in some tree-trunk foraging birds. Wilson Bull. 84(3):315-328.

Hubbard, J. P. 1972. Notes on Arizona birds. Nemouria 5:1-22.

Sealy, S. G. 1972. Additional winter records of the McKay's bunting. Canad. Field-Nat. 86:386-388.

Sealy, S. G. 1972. Adaptive differences in breeding biology in the marine bird family Alcidae. PhD thesis, Univ. Michigan.

Storer, R. W. 1972. The juvenal plumage and relationships of Lophostrix cristata. Auk 89:452-455.

Vaurie, C. 1972. Tibet and its Birds. Witherby, London.

Zimmerman, D. A. 1972. The avifauna of the Kakamega forest, western Kenya, including a bird population study. Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 149:255-340.

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American Ornithologists' Union. 1973. Thirty-second supplement to the American Ornithologists' Union Check-list of North American Birds. Auk 90:411-419.

Feduccia, A. 1973. Evolutionary trends in the Neotropical ovenbirds and woodhewers. Orn. Monogr. 13.

Gill, F. B. 1973. Intra-island variation in the Mascarene white-eyes Zosterops borbonica. Orn. Monogr. 12.

Jehl, J. R., Jr. 1973. Breeding biology and systematic relationships of the stilt sandpiper. Wilson Bull. 85:115-147.

Olson, S. L. 1973. Evolution of the rails of the South Atlantic islands (Aves: Rallidae). Smithson. Contr. Zool. 152:1-53.

Olson, S. L. 1973. A classification of the Rallidae. Wilson Bull. 85:381-416.

Parkes, K. C. 1973. Annotated list of the birds of Leyte Island, Philippines. Nemouria 11:1-73.

Payne, R. B. 1973. Individual laying histories and the clutch size and numbers of eggs of parasitic cuckoos. Condor 75:414-438.

Payne, R. B. 1973. Behavior, mimetic songs and song dialects, and relationships of the parasitic indigobirds (Vidua) of Africa. Orn. Monogr. 11.

Prescott, K. W. 1973. First report of Pitta eerythrogaster from Leyte. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 93:32-33.

Sealy, S. G. 1973. Breeding biology of the horned puffin on St. Lawrence Island, Bering Sea, with zoogeographical notes on the north Pacific puffins. Pacific Sci. 27:99-119.

Sealy, S. G. 1973. Interspecific feeding assemblages of marine birds off British Columbia. Auk 90:796-802.

Sealy, S. G., and R. W. Nelson. 1973. The occurrences and status of the horned puffin in British Columbia. Syesis 6:51-55.

Stettenheim, P. 1973. The bristles of birds. Living Bird 12:201-234.

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Browning, M. R. 1974. Comments on the winter distribution of the Swainson's hawk (Buteo swainsoni) in North America. Amer. Birds 28:865-867.

Dickerman, R. W. 1974. Review of red-winged blackbirds (Agelaius phoeniceus) of Eastern, west-central, and southern Mexico and Central America. Amer. Mus. Novitates 2538:1-18.

Feduccia, A. 1974. Another Old World vulture from the New World. Wilson Bull. 86(3):251-255.

Feduccia, A. 1974. Morphology of the bony stapes in New and Old World suboscines: new evidence for common ancestry. Auk 91:427-429.

Hubbard, J. P. 1974. Geographic variation in the savannah sparrows of the inland southwest, Mexico, and Guatemala. Nemouria 12:1-21.

Hubbard, J. P., and R. S. Crossin. 1974. Notes on northern Mexican birds, an expedition report. Nemouria 14:1-41.

Hubbard, J. P., and J. E. duPont. 1974. A revision of the ruddy kingfisher, Halcyon coromanda (Latham). Nemouria 13:1-29.

Hussell, D. J. T., and G. L. Holroyd. 1974. Birds of the Truelove lowland and adjacent areas of northeastern Devon Island, N.W.T. Canad. Field-Nat. 88:197-212.

Jehl, J. R., Jr. 1974. A specimen of Larus glaucescens from Hudson Bay. Wilson Bull. 86:168-169.

Johnson, N. K. 1974. Molt and age determination in western and yellowish flycatchers. Auk 91:111-131.

Parkes, K. C. 1974. Variation in the olive sparrow in the Yucatan Peninsula. Wilson Bull. 86:293-295.

Payne, R. B. 1974. Species limits and variation of the New World green herons Butorides virescens and striated herons Bstriatus. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 94:81-88.

Sealy, S. G. 1974. Breeding phenology and clutch size in the marbled murrelet. Auk 91:10-23.

Storer, R. W. 1974. "Bird," "Podicipediformes," in: Encyclopedia Britannica 15th ed. pp. 596-597, 1053-1062.

Strauch, J. G., Jr. 1974. First Ontario specimen of the yellow-throated warbler. Canadian Field-Nat. 88:368.

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Banks, R. C. 1975. Plumage variation in the masked bobwhite. Condor 77:486-487.

Binford, L. C., B. G. Elliot, and S. W. Singer. 1975. Discovery of a nest and the downy young of the marbled murrelet. Wilson Bull. 87:303-319.

Dickerman, R. W. 1975. Revision of the short-billed marsh wren (Cistothorus platensis) of Mexico and Central America. Amer. Mus. Novitates 2569:1-8.

Feduccia, A. 1975. Morphology of the bony stapes in the Menuridae and Acanthisittidae: evidence for oscine affinities. Wilson Bull. 87(3):418-420.

Feduccia, A. 1975. The bony stapes in the Upupidae and Phoeniculidae: evidence for common ancestry. Wilson Bull. 87(3):416-417.

Feduccia, A. 1975. Morphology of the bony stapes (columella) in the Passeriformes and related groups: evolutionary implications. Univ. Kansas Mus. Nat. Hist. Misc. Publ. 63.

Hubbard, J. P. 1975. Geographic variation in non-California populations of the rufous-crowned sparrow. Nemouria 15:1-28.

Kroodsma, R. L. 1975. Hybridization in buntings (Passerina) in North Dakota and eastern Montana. Auk 92:66-80.

Phillips A. R. 1975. Semipalmated sandpipers: identification, migrations, summer and winter ranges. Amer. Birds 29:799-806.

Short, L. L. 1975. A zoogeographic analysis of the South American chaco avifauna. Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 154(3):163-352.

Storer, R. W. 1975. The status of the least grebe in Argentina. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 95:148-151.

Storer, R. W., W. R. Siegfried, and J. Kinahan. 1975. Sunbathing in grebes. Living Bird 14:45-56.

Strauch, J. G., Jr. 1975. A specimen of the yellow-headed blackbird from the Panama Canal Zone. Condor 77:355.

Willson, M. F., J. R. Karr, and R. R. Roth. 1975. Ecological aspects of avian bill-size variation. Wilson Bull. 87:32-44.

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American Ornithologists' Union. 1976. Thirty-third supplement to the American Ornithologists' Union Check-list of North American Birds. Auk 93:875-879.

Broschat, T. K. 1976. Phenetic relationships among the Momotidae (Aves). MS Thesis, Univ. Kansas, Lawrence.

Carey, C., and M. L. Morton. 1976. Aspects of circulatory physiology of montane and lowland birds. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 54A:61-74.

Collins, C. T. 1976. Two new species of Aegialornis from France, with comments on the ordinal affinities of the Aegialornithidae. Smithson. Contrib. Paleobiology 27:121-127.

Collins, C. T. 1976. A review of the Lower Miocene swifts (Aves: Apodidae). Smithson. Contrib. Paleobiology 27:129-132.

Feduccia, A. 1976. Morphology of the bony stapes in Philepitta and Neodrepanis: new evidence for suboscine affinities. Auk 93:169-170.

Feduccia, A. 1976. Osteological evidence for shorebird affinities of the flamingos. Auk 93:587-601.

Feduccia, A., and L. D. Martin. 1976. The Eocene zygodactyl birds of North America. Smithson. Contrib. Paleobiol. 27:101-110.

Greig-Smith, P. W. 1976. The composition and habitat preferences of the avifauna of Mole National Park, Ghana. Nigerian Orn. Soc. Bull. 123:49-66.

Hamel, P. B., R. G. Hooper, and L. M. Wright. 1976. Where is the Reverend Bachman's Warbler? South Carolina Wildlife 23:9-13.

Hellack, J. J. 1976. Phenetic variation in the avian subfamily Cardinalinae. Occ. Pap. Mus. Nat. Hist., Univ. Kansas 57:1-22.

Hussell, D. J. T., and G. W. Page. 1976. Observations on the breeding biology of black-bellied plovers on Devon Island, N. W. T., Canada. Wilson Bull. 88:632-653.

Jenkinson, M. L., and M. D. Tuttle. 1976. Accipiter poliogaster from Peru and remarks on two collecting localities named "Sarayacu." Auk 93:187-189.

Ketterson, E. D., and V. Nolan. 1976. Geographic variation and its climatic correlates in the sex ratio of eastern-wintering dark-eyed juncos (Junco hyemalis hyemalis). Ecology 57:679-693.

Murray, B. G., and F. B. Gill. 1976. Behavioral interactions of blue-winged and golden-winged warblers. Wilson Bull. 88:231-254.

Olson, S. L. 1976. Oligocene fossils bearing on the origins of the Todidae and the Momotidae (Aves: Coraciiformes). In: S. L. Olson, Ed. Collected Papers in Avian Paleontology Honoring the 90th Birthday of Alexander Wetmore. Smithsonian Contrib. Paleobiology 27:111-119.

Parkes, K. C. 1976. Geographic variation in the common tody-flycatcher (Todirostrum cinereum), with special reference to Middle America. Nemouria 18:1-9.

Payne, R. B. 1976. The clutch size and numbers of eggs of brown-headed cowbirds: effects of latitude and breeding season. Condor 78:337-342.

Payne, R. B. 1976. Song mimicry and species relationships among the west African pale-winged indigobirds. Auk 93:25-38.

Payne, R. B., and C. J. Risley. 1976. Systematics and evolutionary relationships among the herons (Ardeidae). Misc. Publ. Mus. Zool. Univ. Michigan 150.

Sealy, S. G. 1976. Biology of nesting ancient murrelets. Condor 78:294-306.

Slud, P. 1976. Geographic and climatic relationships of avifaunas with special reference to comparative distribution in the Neotropics. Smithson. Contrib. Zool. 212:1-149.

Storer, R. W. 1976. The behavior and relationships of the least grebe. Trans. San Diego Nat. Hist. Soc. Nat. Hist. 18:113-126.

Storer, R. W. 1976. The Pleistocene pied-billed grebes (Aves: Podicipedidae). Smithson. Contrib. Paleobiol. 27:147-153.

Trauger, D. L. 1976. Plumage aberrancy in blue-winged teal. Auk 93:646-650.

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Adkisson, C. S. 1977. Morphological variation in North American pine grosbeaks. Wilson Bull. 89:380-395.

Alvarez, R. 1977. A Pleistocene avifauna from Jalisco, Mexico. Contrib. Mus. Paleontology, Univ. Mich. 24(19):205-220.

Baker, A. J. 1977. Multivariate assessment of the phenetic affinities of Australasian oystercatchers (Aves: Charadriiformes). Bijdragen tot de Dierkunde 47(2):156-164.

Benson, C. W., and F. M. Benson. 1977. The Birds of Malai. Mountfort Press, Limbe, Malai.

DesGranges, J. L. 1977. Interactions among resident and migrant hummingbirds in Mexico. PhD Thesis, McGill Univ., Montreal.

Feduccia, A. 1977. Neanis schucherti restudied: another Eocene piciform bird. Smithson. Contrib. Paleobiol. 27:95-99.

Feduccia, A. 1977. The whalebill is a stork. Nature 266(5604):719-720.

Feduccia, A. 1977. A model for the evolution of perching birds. Syst. Zool. 26(1):19-31.

Greig-Smith, P. W. 1977. Breeding dates of birds in Mole National Park, Ghana. Bull. Nigerian Orn. Soc. 13:89-93.

Greig-Smith, P. W., and N. C. Davidson. 1977. Weights of West African savanna birds. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 97:96-99.

Hilty, S. L., and D. Simon. 1977. The azure-rumped tanager in Mexico with comparative remarks on the gray-and-gold tanager. Auk 94:605-606.

Hooper, R. G., and P. B. Hamel. 1977. Nesting habitat of Bachman's warbler- a review. Wilson Bull. 89:373-379.

Howe, H. F. 1977. Bird activity and seed dispersal of a tropical wet forest tree. Ecology 58:539-550. weights of toucans, cf. Howe in Janzen 1983:603

Hubbard, J. P. 1977. The biological and taxonomic status of the Mexican duck. Bull. New Mexico Dept. Game and Fish, 16. 56 pp.

Johnson, R. E. 1977. Seasonal variation in the genus Leucosticte in North America. Condor 79:76-86.

Mengel, R. M., and J. A. Jackson. 1977. Geographic variation of the red-cockaded woodpecker. Condor 79:343-348.

Norberg, R. Å. 1977. Occurrence and independent evolution of bilateral ear symmetry in owls and implications on owl taxonomy. Phil. Trans. Royal Soc. London Series B, 280:375-408.

Olson, S. L. 1977. The identity of the fossil ducks described from Australia by C. W. De Vis. Emu 77:127-131.

Olson, S. L. 1977. Notes on subfossil Anatidae from New Zealand, including a new species of pink-eared duck Malacorhynchus. Emu 77:132-135.

Olson, S. L. 1977. A synopsis of the fossil Rallidae. In: S. D. Ripley, Rails of the World, Pp. 339-373. David R. Godine, Boston.

Orenstein, R. I. 1977. Morphological adaptations for bark-foraging in the Australian treecreepers (Aves: Climacteridae). PhD thesis, Univ. Michigan.

Payne, R. B. 1977. The ecology of brood parasitism in birds. Ann. Rev. Ecol. Syst. 8:1-28.

Payne, R. B. 1977. Clutch size, egg size, and the consequences of single vs. multiple parasitism in parasitic finches. Ecology 58:500-513.

Payne, R. B. 1977. Juvenile plumages of Cuculus canorus and Cgularis in Africa. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 97:48-53.

Payne, R. B., and K. Payne. 1977. Social organization and mating success in local song populations of village indigobirds, Vidua chalybeata. Z. Tierpsychol. 45:113-173.

Phillips, A. R. 1977. Sex and age determination of red crossbills (Loxia curvirostra. Bird-Banding 48:110-117.

Phillips, A. R. 1977. E. C. Jacot, 1889-1966. J. Arizona Academy of Sci. 12:91-93. (Jacot collected birds in Arizona for M. M. Peet, specimens now in UMMZ)

Sealy, S. G. 1977. Wing molt of the Kittlitz's murrelet. Wilson Bull. 89:467-469.

Simpson, S. 1977. The functional adaptations for feeding and the taxonomic relationships found in the suborders Meropes and Alcedines in the order Coraciiformes. PhD thesis, Univ. Illinois Medical Center, Chicago.

Strauch, J. G., Jr. 1977. The cladistic relationships of the Charadriiformes. PhD thesis, Univ. Michigan.

Strauch, J. G., Jr. 1977. Further bird weights from Panama. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 97:61-65.

Walkinshaw, L. H. 1977. House finch (Carpodacus mexicanus) in Michigan. Jack-Pine Warbler 55:95.

Wolf, L. L. 1977. Species relationships in the avian genus Aimophila. Orn. Monogr. 23.

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Bakken, G. S., V. C. Vanderbilt, W. A. Buttemer, and W. R. Dawson. 1978. Avian eggs: thermoregulatory value of very high near-infrared reflectance. Science 200:321-323.

Baptista, L. F. 1978. A revision of the Mexican Piculus (Picidae) complex. Wilson Bull. 90:159-181.

Beecher, W. J. 1978. Feeding adaptations and evolution in the starlings. Bull. Chicago Acad. Sci. 11(8):269-298.

Crawford, R. D., and W. L. Hohman. 1978. A method for aging female yellow-headed blackbirds. Bird-banding 49:201-207.

DesGranges, J. J. 1978. Organization of a tropical nectarivorous bird guild in a variable environment. Living Bird 17:199-236.

Feduccia, A. 1978. Presbyornis and the evolution of ducks and flamingos. Am. Scientist 66:298-304.

Feduccia, J. A., and C. E. Ferrie. 1978. Morphology of the bony stapes (columella) in owls: evolutionary implications. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 91(2):431-438.

Fitzgerald, G. R. 1978. Pleistocene grebes from the Old Crow Basin, Yukon Territory. Canadian J. Earth Sciences 154:1887-1892.

Hubbard, J. P. 1978. Revised check-list of the birds of New Mexico. New Mexico Ornithol. Soc. Publ. 6. 110 pp.

Jackson, H. D. 1978. Nightjar distribution in Rhodesia (Aves: Caprimulgidae). Arnoldia, Rhodesia 8(28):1-29.

Kessel, B., and D. B. Gibson. 1978. Status and distribution of Alaska birds. Studies in Avian Biol. 1.

Nolan, V. 1978. Ecology and behavior of the prairie warbler Dendroica discolor. Orn. Monogr. 26.

Simpson, S. 1978. Phylogenetic relationships of the Piciformes. Amer. Zool. 17:972.

Sealy, S. G. 1978. Abnormal bill of a marbled murrelet. Syesis 11:277.

Stevenson, H. M. 1978. The populations of boat-tailed grackles in the southeastern United States. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 91:27-51.

Storer, R. W. 1978. Systematic notes on the loons (Gaviidae: Aves). Breviora 448:1-8.

Strauch, J. G., Jr. 1978. The phylogeny of the Charadriiformes (Aves): a new estimate using the method of character compatibility analysis. Trans. Zool. Soc. London 34:263-345.

Webster, J. D., and S. G. Goff. 1978. Variation in the vertebral column and ribs of songbirds. Indiana Acad. Sci. Proc. 87:450-459.

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Campbell, K. E. 1979. The non-passerine Pleistocene avifauna of the Talara Tar Seeps, northwestern Peru. Los Angeles County Museum, Life Sciences Contributions 118.

Feduccia, A. 1979. Comments on the phylogeny of perching birds. Proc. Biol. Soc. Washington 92:689-696.

Greenberg, R. 1979. Body size, breeding habitat, and winter exploitation systems in Dendroica. Auk 96:756-766.

Howe, H. F., and D. DeSteven. 1979. Fruit production, migrant bird visitation, and seed dispersal ofGuarea glabra in Panama. Oecologia 39:185-196.

Hubbard, J. P. 1979. The status of the northern shrike in New Mexico. Western Birds 9:159-168.

Jehl, J. R., Jr. 1979. The autumnal migration of Baird's sandpiper. Studies in Avian Biology 2:55-68.

Kiff, L. F. 1979. Bird egg collections in North America. Auk 96:746-755.

Orenstein, R. I. 1979. The systematic position of the water redstarts, Chaimarrornis and Rhyncornis. Ibis 121:220-224.

Payne, R. B. 1979. Ardeidae. In: Mayr, E. and G. W. Cottrell (Eds.), Check-List of Birds of the World, vol. 1, 2nd ed. Pp. 19 3-244. Museum of Comparative Zoology, Cambridge, Mass.

Payne, R. B. 1979. Two apparent hybrid sparrows (Zonotrichia species). Auk 96:595-599.

Rohwer, S. A., and D. M. Niles. 1979. The subadult plumage of male purple martins: variability, female mimicry and recent evolution. Z. Tierpsychol. 51:282-300.

Storer, R.W. 1979. Misidentified "Eskimo curlews." Wilson Bull. 91:331.

Storer, R. W. 1979. Gaviiformes and Podicipediformes. In: Mayr, E. and G. W. Cottrell (Eds.), Check-List of Birds of the World, vol. 1, 2nd ed. Pp. 135-155. Museum of Comparative Zoology, Cambridge, Mass.

Strauch, J. G., Jr., and L. G. Abele. 1979. Feeding ecology of three species of plovers wintering on the Bay of Panama, Central America. Studies in Avian Biology 2:217-230.

Traylor, M. A., Jr. 1979. Two sibling species of Tyrannus (Tyrannidae). Auk 96:221-223.

Traylor, M. A. 1979. Tyrannidae. In: Traylor, M. A. (Ed.), Check-list of Birds of the World, vol. 8:1-245.

Wood, D. S. 1979. Phenetic relationships within the family Gruidae. Wilson Bull. 91:384-399.

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Eck, S. 1980. Intraspezifische Evolution bei Graumeisen (Parus, subgenus Poecile). Zool. Abhandl. 36(9):135-219.

DesGranges, J. L., and P. R. Grant. 1980. The problem of how migrant hummingbirds fit into tropical communities. In: Migrant Birds in the Neotropics: Ecology, Behavior, Distribution, and Conservation. A. Keast and E. S. Morton, eds. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D. C.

Gill, F. B. 1980. Historical aspects of hybridization between blue-winged and golden-winged warblers. Auk 97:1-18.

Hubbard, J. P. 1980. The extent and sequence of the molts of the yellow-rumped warbler. Nemouria 25:1-9.

Hussell, D. J. T. 1980. The timing of fall migration and molt in least flycatchers. J. Field Orn. 51:65-71.

Myers, P., and R. L. Hansen. 1980. Rediscovery of the rufous-faced crake (Laterallus xenopterus). Auk 97:901-902.

Payne, R. B. 1980. Seasonal incidence of breeding, moult, and local dispersal of red-billed firefinchesLagonosticta senegala in Zambia. Ibis 122:43-56.

Payne, R. B. 1980. Behavior, songs and populations of parasitic finches. Nat. Geogr. Soc. Res. Rep. 12:541-550.

Payne, R. B. 1980. Behavior and songs in hybrid parasitic finches. Auk 97:118-134.

Power, H. W. 1980. The foraging behavior of mountain bluebirds with emphasis on sexual foraging differences. Orn. Monogr 28.

Rising, J. D., and F. W. Schueler. 1980. Identification and status of wood pewees (Contopus) from the great plains: what are sibling species? Condor 82:301-308.

Short, L. L. 1980. Speciation in African woodpeckers. Proc. IV Pan-African Orn. Congr. 1-8.

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Adkisson, C. S. 1981. Geographic variation in vocalizations and evolutions of North American pine grosbeaks. Condor 83:277-288.

Cracraft, J. 1981. Toward a phylogenetic classification of the Recent birds of the world (class Aves). Auk 98:681-714.

Dickerman, R. W. 1981. A taxonomic review of the spotted-breasted oriole. Nemouria 26:1-10.

Dickerman, R. W. 1981. Geographic variation in the juvenal plumage of the lesser nighthawk (Chordeilesacutipennis). Auk 98:619-621.

Goodman, S., and P. F. Houlihan. 1981. The collared turtle dove Streptopelia decaocto in Egypt. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 102:16-18.

Howe, H. F. 1981. Dispersal of a Neotropical nutmeg (Virola sebifera) by birds. Auk 98:88-98.

Hussell, D. J. T. 1981. Migrations of the least flycatcher in southern Ontario. J. Field Orn. 52:97-111.

Marsh, R. L., and R. W. Storer. 1981. Correlation of flight-muscle size and body mass in Cooper's hawks: a natural analogue of power training. J. Exp. Biol. 91:363-368.

Nelson, D. A. 1981. Sexual differences in measurements of Cassin's auklet. J. Field Orn. 52:233-234.

Orenstein, R. I., and J. C. Barlow. 1981. Variation in the jaw musculature of the avian family Vireonidae. Life Sci. Contrib. Royal Ontario Museum 128.

Short, L. L. 1981. Speciation in South American woodpeckers. Acta XVII Congr. Internat. Orn. (1978, Berlin) 1268-1272.

Simpson, S., and J. Cracraft. 1981. The phylogenetic relationships of the Piciformes (Class Aves). Auk 98:481-494.

Storer, R. W. 1981. The rufous-faced crake (Laterallus xenopterus) and its Paraguayan congeners. Wilson Bull. 93:137-144.

Storer, R. W. 1981. Sunbathing as a field character for the eared grebe. Jack-Pine Warbler 59:92.

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American Ornithologists' Union. 1982. Thirty-fourth supplement to the American Ornithologists' Union Check-list of North American Birds. Auk 99(3) suppl. 1cc-16cc.

Eisenmann, E., and L. L. Short. 1982. Systematics of the avian genus Emberizoides (Emberizidae). Amer. Mus. Novitates 2740:1-21.

Feduccia, A., and S. L. Olson. 1982. Morphological similarities between the Menurae and the Rhinocryptidae, relict passerine birds of the southern hemisphere. Smithson. Contrib. Zool. 366:1-22.

Goodman, S. M. 1982. The introduction and subspecies of the rose-ringed parakeet Psittacula krameri in Egypt. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 102:16-18.

Goodman, S. M. 1982. Age and sexual morphological variation in the Kirtland's Warbler (Dendroicakirtlandii). Jack-Pine Warbler 60:144-147.

Hamel, P. B. 1982. The field identification of Bachman's warbler (Vermivora bachmanii Audubon). Am. Birds 36(3):235-240.

Hekstra, G. P. 1982. Description of twenty-four new subspecies of American Otus. Universiteit van Amsterdam Bull. Zoologisch. Museum 9:49-63.

Hussell, D. J. T. 1982. Migrations of the yellow-bellied flycatcher in southern Ontario. J. Field Orn. 53:223-234.

Olson, S. L. 1982. The distribution of fused phalanges of the inner toe in the Accipitridae. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 102:8-12.

Payne, R. B. 1982. Species limits in the indigobirds (Ploceidae, Vidua) of west Africa: mouth mimicry, song mimicry, and description of new species. Misc. Publ. Mus. Zool. Univ. Mich. 162.

Sealy, S. G., H. R. Carter, and D. Alison. 1982. Occurrences of the Asiatic marbled murrelet (Brachyramphus marmoratus perdix (Pallas)) in North America. Auk 99:778-781.

Short, L. L. 1982. Woodpeckers of the World. Monogr. 4, Delaware Museum Nat. Hist., Greenville, Delaware. xviii & 676 pp.

Steadman, D. W. 1982. The origin of Darwin's finches (Fringillidae, Passeriformes). Trans. San Diego Soc. Nat. Hist. 29(29):279-296.

Storer, R. W. 1982. Subspecies and the study of geographic variation. Auk 99:599-601.

Storer, R. W. 1982. A hybrid between the hooded and silver grebes (Podiceps gallardoi and P.occipitalis). Auk 99:168-169.

Storer, R. W. 1982. The hooded grebe on Laguna de los Escharchados: ecology and behavior. Living Bird 19:51-67.

Storer, R. W. 1982. Fused thoracic vertebrae in birds: their occurrence and possible significance. J. Yamashina Inst. Orn. 14:86-95.

Traylor, M. A., Jr., and J. W. Fitzpatrick. 1982. A survey of the tyrant flycatchers. Living Bird 19:7-50.

Wood, D. S., R. L. Zusi, and M. A. Jenkinson. 1982. World inventory of avian skeletal specimens. Amer. Orn. Union. Norman, Oklahoma. 224 pp.

Wood, D. S., R. L. Zusi, and M. A. Jenkinson. 1982. World inventory of avian spirit specimens. Amer. Orn. Union. Norman, Oklahoma. 181 pp.

Zusi, R. L., D. S. Wood, and M. A. Jenkinson. 1982. Remarks on a world-wide inventory of avian anatomical specimens. Auk 99:740-757.


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American Ornithologists' Union. 1983. Check-list of North American Birds. 6th ed. American Ornithologists' Union, Washington, D.C.

Aronold, K. A. 1983. A new subspecies of Henslow's sparrow. Auk 100:504-505.

Campbell, K. E., Jr., and E. P. Tonni. 1983. Size and locomotion in Teratornis (Aves: Teratornithidae). Auk 100:390-403.

Connors, P. G. 1983. Taxonomy, distribution, and evolution of golden plovers (Pluvialis dominica andPluvialis fulva). Auk 100:607-620.

Erickson, K. R., and P. D. Heideman. 1983. Notes on the avifauna of the Balinsasayao rainforest region, Negros Oriental, Philippines. Silliman J. 30(1-2):63-72.

Goodman, S. M., and P. L. Ames. 1983. A contribution to the ornithology of the Siwa Oasis and Qattara Depression, Egypt. Sandgrouse 5:82-96.

Goodman, S. M., and S. A. Tewfik. 1983. A specimen record of the firecrest, Regulus ignicapillus, from north-western Egypt. Gerfaut 73:201-204.

Goodman, S. M., and G. E. Watson. 1983. Bird specimen records of some uncommon or previously unknown forms in Egypt. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 103:101-106.

Hall, G. A. 19 83. West Virginia Birds. Carnegie Mus. Nat. Hist. Spec. Publ. 7.

Handford, P. 1983. Continental patterns of morphological variation in a South American sparrow. Evolution 37:920-930.

Payne, R. B. 1983. A distributional checklist of the birds of Michigan. Misc. Publ. Mus. Zool. Univ. Mich. 164.

Payne, R. B. 1983. Bird songs, sexual selection, and female mating strategies. Pp. 55-90, in: S. K. Wasser (ed.), Social Behavior of Female Vertebrates. Academic Press, New York.

Payne, R. B., and M. Louette. 1983. What is Lagonosticta umbrinodoralis Reichenow, 1920? Mitt. Zool. Mus. Berlin 59, Ann. Orn. 7:157-161.

Payne, R. B., and L. L. Master. 1983. Breeding of a mixed pair of white-shielded and red-shielded American coots in Michigan. Wilson Bull. 95:467-469.

Raikow, R. J., and J. Cracraft. 1983. Monophyly of the Piciformes: a reply to Olson. Auk 100:134-138.

Rohwer, S., W. P. Klein, Jr., and S. Heard. 1983. Delayed plumage maturation and the presumed pre-alternate molt in American redstarts. Wilson Bull. 95:199-208.

Stevenson, H. M., E. Eisenmann, C. Winegarner, and A. Karlin. 1983. Notes on common and Antillean nighthawks of the Florida Keys. Auk 100:983-988.

Stiles, F. G. 1983. The taxonomy of Microcerculus wrens (Troglodytidae) in Central America. Wilson Bull. 95:169-183.

Walkinshaw, L. H. 1983. Kirtland's Warbler. Cranbrook Institute of Science, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.

Webster, J. D. 1983. A new subspecies of fox sparrow from Alaska. Proc. Biol. Soc. Washington 96:664-668.

Wood, D. S. 1983. Phenetic relationships within the Ciconiidae (Aves). Ann. Carnegie Mus. 52:79-112.

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Bortolotti, G. R. 1984. Age and sex size variation in golden eagles. J. Field Orn. 55:54-66.

Cartar, R. V. 1984. A morphometric comparison of western and semipalmated sandpipers. Wilson Bull. 96:277-286.

Conover, M. R. 1984. Occurrence of supernormal clutches in the Laridae. Wilson Bull. 96:249-267.

Goodman, S. M. 1984. The validity and relationships of Prinia gracilis natronensis (Aves: Sylviidae). Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 97:1-11.

Goodman, S. M. 1984. A report on two small collections from the general Gebel Elba region, southeastern Egypt. Bonn. Zool. Beitr. 35:39-56.

Goodman, S. M., P. F. Houlihan, and I. Helmy. 1984. Recent records of the ostrich Struthio camelus in Egypt. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 104:39-44.

Goodman, S. M., and G. E. Watson. 1984. Records of Palearctic thrushes (Turdus spp.) in Egypt and northeastern Africa. Gerfaut 74:145-161.

Jackson, H. D. 1984. Key to the nightjar species of Africa and its islands (Aves: Caprimulgidae). Smithersia, Nat. Museum and Monuments of Zimbabwe 4:1-55.

McNair, D. B. 1984. Clutch-size and nest placement in the brown-headed nuthatch. Wilson Bull. 96:296-301.

Lanyon, W. E. 1984. A phylogeny of the kingbirds and their allies. Amer. Mus. Novitates 2797:1-28.

Lanyon, W. E. 1984. The systematic position of the Cocos flycatcher. Condor 86:42-47.

Martin, L. D. and R. M. Mengel. 1984. A new cuckoo and a chachalaca from the early Miocene of Colorado. Papers in vertebrate paleontology honoring Robert Warren Wilson (R. M. Mengel, ed.). Special Publ. Carnegie Mus. Nat. Hist. no. 9: 171-177.

McNair, D. B. 1984. Reuse of other species nests by lark sparrows. Southwestern Nat. 29:506-509.

McNair, D. B. 1984. Clutch-size and nest placement in the brown-headed nuthatch. Wilson Bull. 96:296-301.

Payne, R. B. 1984. Sexual selection, lek and arena behavior, and sexual size dimorphism in birds. Orn. Monogr. 33.

Payne, R. B., and K. D. Groschupf. 1984. Sexual selection and interspecific competition: a field experiment on territorial behavior of nonparental finches (Vidua). Auk 101:140-145.

Remsen, J. V., Jr. 1984. Natural history notes on some poorly known Bolivian birds. Gerfaut 74:163-179.

Seel, D. C. 1984a. Geographical distribution of the cuckoo Cuculus canorus in the western Palaearctic and Afrotropical regions. Ann. Mus. Royal. Afr. Cent. (Ser. 8, Sci. Zool.) 239(1): 1-44.

Seel, D. C. 1984b. Moult and body weight in the cuckoo Cuculus canorus in the western Palaearctic and Afrotropical regions. Ann. Mus. Royal. Afr. Cent. (Ser. 8, Sci. Zool.) 239(1): 49-91.

Storer, R. W. 1984. The behavior and relationships of the hooded grebe. Nat. Geogr. Soc. Res. Rep. 16:637-640.

Strauch, J. G., Jr. 1984. Use of homoplastic characters in compatibility analysis. Syst. Zool. 33:167-177.

Sykes, P. W., Jr. 1984. The range of the snail kite and its history in Florida. Bull. Fla. Sate Mus. Biol. Sci. 29:211-264.

Webster, J. D. 1984. Richardson's Mexican collection: Birds from Zacatecas and adjoining states. Condor 867:204-207.

Wood, D. S. 1984. Concordance between classifications of the Ciconiidae based on behavioral and morphological data. J. Orn. 125:25-37.

Wright, H. T., C. Sinopoli, L. Wojnaroski, E. S. Hoffman, S. L. Scott, R. W. Redding, and S. M. Goodman. 1984. Early seafarers of the Comoro Islands: the Dembeni Phase of the IXth-Xth Centuries AD. Azania 19:13-59.

Zusi, R. L. 1984. A functional and evolutionary analysis of rhynchokinesis in birds. Smithsonian Contrib. Zool. 395. 40 pp.

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American Ornithologists' Union. 1985. Thirty-fifth supplement to the American Ornithologists' Union Check-list of North American Birds. Auk 102:680-686.

Baird, R. F. 1985. Avian fossils from Quaternary deposits in 'Green Waterhole Cave', south-eastern South Australia. Rec. Australian Museum 37:353-370.

Clench, M. H., and G. T. Smith. 1985. Morphology of the noisy scrub-bird, Atrichornis clamosus(Passeriformes: Atrichornithidae): introduction, with remarks on plumage and systematic position. Rec. Australian Museum 37(3):111-114.

Dickerman, R. W. 1985. Taxonomy of the lesser nighthawks (Chordeiles acutipennis) of North and Central America. In: Neotropical Ornithology. Orn. Monogr. 36:336-339.

Dickinson, E. C. 1985. Notes on Philippine birds, 6. The status of Cuculus canorus in the Philippines. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 105:26-28.

Goodman, S. M., and R. W. Storer. 1985. A specimen of the white-throated robin Irenia gutteralis from the Sinai Peninsula. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 105:84-85.

Haffer, J., and J. W. Fitzpatrick. 1985. Geographic variation in some Amazonian forest birds. In: Neotropical Ornithology. Orn. Monogr. 36:147-168.

Kiff, L. F., and D. J. Hough. 1985. Inventory of bird egg collections of North America, 1985. Amer. Orn. Union and Oklahoma Biological Survey, Norman, Oklahoma. 259 pp.

Lanyon, W. E. 1985. A phylogeny of the myiarchine flycatchers. In: Neotropical Ornithology. Orn. Monogr. 36:361-380.

Niemi, G. J. 1985. Patterns of morphological evolution in bird genera of New World and Old World peatlands. Ecology 66:1215-1228.

OConnor, B. M. 1985. Hypoderatid mites (Acari) associated with cormorants (Aves: Phalacrocoracidae), with description of a new species. J. Med. Entomol. 22:324-331.

Payne, R. B. 1985. Cuckoo; Whydah. In: A Dictionary of Birds. B. Campbell and E. Lack, Eds. Pp. 133-126, 652-654. T. and A. D. Poyser, Carlton.

Payne, R. B. 1985. The species of parasitic finches in West Africa. Malimbus 7:103-113.

Raikow, R. J. 1985. Museum collections, comparative anatomy and the study of phylogeny. In: Museum Collections: Their Roles and Future in Biological Research. (E. H. Miller, ed.). British Columbia Prov. Museum, Occ. Pap. 25:113-121.

Storer, R. W., and T. Getty. 1985. Geographic variation in the least grebe (Tachybaptus dominicus). In: Neotropical Ornithology. Orn. Monogr. 36:31-39.

Storer, R. W., and J. R. Jehl, Jr. 1985. Moult patterns and moult migration in the black-necked grebePodiceps nigricollis. Ornis Scand. 16:253-260.

Storer, R. W., and G. L. Nuechterlein. 1985. An analysis of plumage and morphological characters of the two color forms of the western grebe. Auk 102:102-119.

Strauch, J. G., Jr. 1985. The phylogeny of the Alcidae. Auk 102:520-539.

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Beissinger, S. R. 1986. Demography, environmental uncertainty, and the evolution of mate desertion in the snail kite. Ecology 67(6):1445-1459.

Burtt, E. H., Jr. 1986. An analysis of physical, physiological, and optical aspects of avian coloration with emphasis on wood-warblers. Orn. Monogr. 38.

Dawson, W. J. 1986. Speciation in the forest-dwelling populations of the avian genus Batis. Durban Mus. Novit. 13(21):285-304.

Dawson, W. R., and R. L. Marsh. 1986. Winter fattening in the American goldfinch and the possible role of temperature in its regulation. Physiol. Zool. 59:357-368.

DeSante, D., and P. Pyle. 1986. Distributional Checklist of North American Birds. Vol. 1: United States and Canada. Artemisia Press, Lee Vining, California.

Goodman, S. M. 1986. The prey of barn owls (Tyto alba) inhabiting the ancient temple complex at Karwak, Egypt. Ostrich 57:104-112.

Goodman, S. M., P. L. Meininger, and W. C. Mullié. 1986. The birds of the Egyptian western desert. Misc. Publ. Museum of Zoology, Univ. Mich. 172.

Goossen, J. P. 1986. Apparent dichromatism in juvenile common nighthawks (Chordeiles minor). Murrelet 67:62-63.

Hamel, P. B. 1986. Bachman's Warbler. A Species in Peril. Smithsonian, Washington, D.C. Pp. 109.

Higuchi, H., and R. B. Payne. 1986. Nestling and fledgling plumages of Cuculus saturatus horsfieldi andC. poliocephalus poliocephalus in Japan. Japan. J. Orn. 35:61-65.

Houlihan, P. F. 1986. The Birds of Ancient Egypt. With a preliminary checklist to the Birds of Egypt by S. M. Goodman. The Natural History of Egypt, vol. 1. Aris and Phillips, Warminster, England.

James, D. A., and J. C. Neal. 1986. Arkansas Birds. Univ. Arkansas, Fayetteville, 402 pp.

Kerlinger, P., and M. R. Lein. 1986. Differences in winter range among age-sex classes of snowy owlsNyctea scandiaca in North America. Ornis Scand. 17:1-7.

Lanyon, W. E. 1986. A phylogeny of the thirty-three genera in the Empidonax assemblage of tyrant flycatchers. Amer. Mus. Novitates 2846.

Livezey, B. C. 1986. A phylogenetic analysis of Recent anseriform genera using morphological characters. Auk 103:737-754.

Livezey, B. C. 1986. Phylogeny and historical biogeography of steamer-ducks (Anatidae: Tachyeres). Syst. Zool. 35:458-469.

Livezey, B. C. 1986. Geographic variation in skeletons of flying steamer-ducks (Anatidae: Tachyerespatachonicus). J. Biogeogr. 13:511-525.

Livezey, B. C., and P. S. Humphrey. 1986. Flightlessness in steamer-ducks (Anatidae: Tachyeres): its morphological bases and probable evolution. Evolution 40:540-588.

Payne, R. B. 1986. Bird songs and avian systematics. Current Ornithology 3:87-126.

Phillips, A. R. 1986. The Known Birds of North and Middle America. Part 1. A. R. Phillips, Denver. lxi & 259 pp.

Rohwer, S. 1986. A previously unknown plumage of first-year indigo buntings and theories of delayed plumage maturation. Auk 103:281-292.

Traylor, M. A., Jr. 1986. African species of Sylviidae (pp. 3-294), Muscicapidae (pp. 295-375), Platysteiridae (pp. 376-390), and Monarchidae (pp. 464-556). In: Mayr, E. and G. W. Cottrell (Eds.), Check-List of Birds of the World, Vol. 11. Museum of Comparative Zoology, Cambridge, Mass.

White, C. M. N., and M. D. Bruce. 1986. The Birds of Wallacea (Sulawesi, the Moluccas & Lesser Sunda Islands, Indonesia). B.O.U. Check-list No. 7. British Ornithologists' Union, London. 524 pp.

Wood, D. S., and G. D. Schnell. 1986. Revised world inventory of avian skeletal specimens, 1986. Amer. Orn. Union and Oklahoma Biological Survey, Norman, Oklahoma.

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American Ornithologists' Union. 1987. Thirty-sixth supplement to the American Ornithologists' Union Check-list of North American Birds. Auk 104:590-596.

Baltosser, W. H. 1987. Age, species, and sex determination of four North American hummingbirds. N. Amer. Bird Bander 12:151-166.

Banks, R. C. 1987. Taxonomic notes on singing quail (genus Dactyortyx) from western and southern Mexico. Occ. Pap. W. Found. Vert. Zool. 4.

Cannings, R. A., R. J. Cannings, and S. G. Cannings. 1987. Birds of the Okanagan Valley, British Columbia. Royal British Columbia Museum, Victoria, British Columbia. 420 pp.

Clark, W. S., and B. K. Wheeler. 1987. A Field Guide to Hawks, North America. Peterson Field Guide Series, Houghton Mifflin, Boston. xii & 198 pp.

Gingerich, P. D. 1987. Early Eocene bats (Mammalia, Chiroptera) and other vertebrates in freshwater limestones of the Willwood Formation, Clark's Fork Basin, Wyoming. Contrib. Museum of Paleontology, Univ. Michigan, 27(11):275-320.

Goodman, S. M., and G. Abdel Mowla Atta. 1987. The birds of southeastern Egypt. Gerfaut 77:3-41.

Goodman, S. M., and R. W. Storer. 1987. The seabirds of the Egyptian Red Sea and adjacent waters, with notes on selected Ciconiiformes. Gerfaut 77:109-145.

Graves, G. R. 1987. A cryptic new species of antpitta (Formicariidae: Grallaria) from the Peruvian Andes. Wilson Bull. 99:313-321.

Graves, G. R., and M. B. Robbins. 1987. A new subspecies of Siptornis striaticollis (Aves: Furnariidae) from the eastern slope of the Andes. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 100(1):121-124.

Groschupf, K. 1987. Status of the Yellow-billed Cuckoo (Coccyzus americanus occidentalis) in Arizona and west Texas. United States Fish and Wildlife Service Report, 20181-86-00731, Phoenix, Arizona.

Jehl, J. R., Jr. 1987. A review of "Nelson's gull Larus nelsoni." Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 107(2):86-91.

Jehl, J. R., Jr. 1987. Geographic variation and evolution in the California gull (Larus californicus). Auk 104:421-428.

Lawson, W. J. 1987. Systematics and evolution in the savanna species of the genus Batis (Aves) in Africa. Bonner Zool. Beitr. 38(1):19-45.

McNair, D. B. 1987. Egg data slips--are they useful for information on egg-laying dates and clutch size? Condor 89:369-376.

Meints, D. R., and D. W. Oates. 1987. Sexing field-dressed mallards. Nebraska Wildlife Bull. 87-1. 2 pp.

Olson, S. L. 1987. An early Eocene oilbird from the Green River formation of Wyoming (Caprimulgiformes: Steatornithidae). Docum. Lab. Géol. Lyon 99:57-69.

Olson, S. L. 1987. Variation in the procoracoid foramen in the Accipitridae. Riv. Ital. Orn., Milano, 57:161-164.

OConnor, B. M., J. S. H. Klompen, and H. A. P. M. Lombert. 1987. A new subfamily of quill-inhabiting mites (Acari: Knemidokoptidae) from Asian swifts (Aves: Apodidae) with observations on phylogenetic relationships in the Knemidokoptidae. Internat. J. Acarol. 14:261-270.

Parkes, K. C. 1987. Taxonomic notes on some African warblers (Aves: Sylviinae). Ann. Carnegie Museum 56:231-243.

Payne, R. B. 1987. Populations and type specimens of a nomadic bird: comments on the North American crossbills Loxia pusilla Gloger 1834 and Crucirostra minor Brehm 1845. Occ. Pap. Univ. Michigan Museum of Zoology, 714:1-37.

Rising, J. D. 1987. Geographic variation of sexual dimorphism in size of savannah sparrows (Passerculussandwichensis): a test of hypotheses. Evolution 41:514-524.

Ryff, A. 1987. Smith's Longspur: a case of neglect. Ontario Birds 5(1):2-20.

Storer, R. W. 1987. Morphology and relationships of the hoary-headed grebe and the New Zealand dabchick. Emu 87:150-157.

Storer, R. W. 1987. The possible significance of large eyes in the red-legged kittiwake. Condor 89:192-194.

Storer, R. W. 1987. Early records of the eared grebe and "Barrow's" goldeneye. Jack-Pine Warbler 64:42-43.

Zusi, R. L. 1987. A feeding adaptation of the jaw articulation in New World jays (Corvidae). Auk 104:665-680.

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Arendt, W. J. 1988. Range expansion of the cattle egret (Bubulcus ibis) in the greater Caribbean basin. Colonial Waterbirds 11:252-262.

Banks, R. C. 1988. Geographic variation in the yellow-billed cuckoo. Condor 90:473-477.

Conover, M. R., and G. L. Hunt. 1988. Sex ratios of North American gulls based on museum collections. Colonial Waterbirds 11:38-45.

Cracraft, J., and R. O. Prum. 1988. Patterns and processes of diversification: speciation and historical congruence in some Neotropical birds. Evolution 42:603-620.

de Queiroz, K., and D. Good. 1988. The scleral ossicles of Opisthocomus and their phylogenetic significance. Auk 105:29-35.

Fry, C. H. 1988. Skulls, songs and systematics of African nightjars. Proc. 6th Pan-African Orn. Congress: 105-131.

Fry, C. H. 1988. Superspecific affiliations among African Apus swifts. Proc. 6th Pan-African Orn. Congress:133-137.

Goodman, S. M. 1988. Patterns of geographic variation in the Arabian warbler Sylvia leucomelaena(Aves: Sylviidae). Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 101:898-911.

Goodman, S. M. 1988. The food habits of the little owl inhabiting Wadi el Natrun, Egypt. Sandgrouse 10:102-104.

Goodman, S. M., and C. Glynn. 1988. Comparative rates of osteological disorders in a collection of Paraguayan birds. J. Zool. 214:167-177.

Goodman, S. M., and R. W. Storer. 1988. Food habits of the white-eyed gull Larus leucophthalmus and the sooty gull L. hemprichii in the Egyptian Red sea. Ostrich 59:42-44.

Hinkelmann, C. 1988. Comments on recently described new species of hermit hummingbirds. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 108:159-169.

Johnston, D. W. 1988. A morphological atlas of the avian uropygial gland. Bull. Brit. Mus. Nat. Hist. (Zoology) 54(5):199-259.

Lanyon, W. E. 1988. A phylogeny of the thirty-two genera in the Elaenia assemblage of tyrant flycatchers. Amer. Mus. Novit. 2914:1-57.

Lanyon, W. E. 1988. The phylogenetic affinities of the flycatcher genera Myiobius Darwin andTerenotriccus Ridgway. Amer. Mus. Novit. 2915:1-11.

Livezey, B. C. 1988. Morphometrics of flightlessness in the Alcidae. Auk 105:681-698.

Payne, R. B., and D. F. Westneat. 1988. A genetic and behavioral analysis of mate choice and song neighborhoods in indigo buntings. Evolution 42:935-947.

Prum, R. O. 1988. Phylogenetic interrelationships of the barbets (Capitonidae) and toucans (Ramphastidae) based on morphology with comparisons to DNA-DNA hybridization. Zool. J. Linnean Soc., London. 92:313-343.

Prum, R. O. 1988. Historical relationships among avian forest areas of endemism in the Neotropics. In: Acta XIX Congressus Internationalis Ornithologici (ed. H. Ouellet), Pp. 2562-2572. National Museum of Natural Sciences, Ottawa: Univ. Ottawa Press.

Rasmussen, P. C. 1988. Stepwise molt of remiges in blue-eyed and king shags. Condor 90:220-227.

Remsen, J. V., Jr., C. G. Schmitt, and D. C. Schmitt. 1988. Natural history notes on some poorly known Bolivian birds. Gerfaut 78:363-381.

Rising, J. D. 1988. Phenetic relationships among the warblers in the Dendroica virens complex and a record of Dvirens from Sonora, Mexico. Wilson Bull. 100:312-316.

Seibel, D. E. 1988. A phylogenetic analysis of the Cuculiformes and Opisthocomus, based on postcranial skeletal characters. PhD thesis, Univ. Kansas. UMI 8903159.

Siegel-Causey, D. 1988. Phylogeny of the Phalacrocoracidae. Condor 90:885-905.

Storer, R. W. 1988. Type specimens of birds in the collections of the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology. Misc. Publ. Museum of Zoology Univ. Michigan 174.

Storer, R. W. 1988. Variation in the common loon (Gavia immer). In: Papers from the 1987 conference on common loon research and management (ed. P. I. V. Strong), pp. 54-65. North American Loon Fund, Ithaca, New York.

Storer, R. W., and S. M. Goodman. 1988. A comparison of structures related to foraging in two closely related gulls: Larus leucophthalmus and Lhemprichii. Ostrich 59:145-149.

Wood, D. S., and D. R. Paulson. 1988. Status of Couch's kingbird in Belize. J. Field Orn. 59:405-407.

Van Tets, G. F., C. W. Meredith, P. J. Fullagar, and P. M. Davidson. 1988. Osteological differences betweenSula and Morus, and a description of an extinct new species of Sula from Lord Howe and Norfolk Islands, Tasman Sea. Notornis 35:35-57.

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American Ornithologists' Union. 1989. Thirty-seventh supplement to the American Ornithologists' Union Check-list of North American Birds. Auk 106:532-538.

Bayer, R. D. 1989. Records of bird skins collected along the Oregon coast. Studies in Oregon Ornithology no. 7, Gahmken Press, Newport, Oregon.

Browning, M. R. 1989. The type specimens of Hekstra's owls. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 102:515-519.

Cracraft, J. 1989. Speciation and its ontology: the empirical consequences of alternative species concepts for understanding patterns and processes of differentiation, pp. 28-59. In: D. Otte and J. A. Endler, eds. Speciation and Its Consequences. Sinauer, Sunderland, Mass.

Dickinson, E. C., R. S. Kennedy, D. K. Read, and F. G. Rozendaal. 1989. Notes on the birds collected in the Philippines during the Steere Expedition of 1887/1888. Nemouria, Occ. Pap. Delaware Mus. Nat. Hist. 32:1-19.

Feduccia, A., and M. R. Voorhies. 1989. Miocene hawk converges on secretarybird. Ibis 131:349-354.

Goodman, S. M., and C. V. Haynes, Jr. 1989. The distribution, breeding season, and food habits of the lanner from the Eastern Sahara. Nat. Geographic Research 5:126-131.

Goodman, S. M., and P. L. Meininger, Eds. 1989. The Birds of Egypt. Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford.

Hinkelmann, C. 1989. Notes on the taxonomy and geographic variation of Phaethornis bourcieri (Aves: Trochilidae) with the description of a new subspecies. Bonn. Zool. Beitr. 40:99-107.

Irwin, R. E. 1989. A comparative study of sexual selection on song repertoire size in the avian subfamily Icterinae (Emberizidae, Aves). PhD thesis, Univ. Michigan.

Lanyon, S. M., and W. E. Lanyon. 1989. The systematic position of the plantcutters, Phytotoma. Auk 106:422-432.

Livezey, B. C. 1989. Flightlessness in grebes (Aves, Podicipedidae): its independent evolution in three genera. Evolution 43:29-54.

Livezey, B. C. 1989. Phylogenetic relationships and incipient flightlessness of the extinct Auckland Islands merganser. Wilson Bull. 101:410-435.

McGillivray, W. B. 1989. Geographic variation in size and reverse size dimorphism of the great horned owl in North America. Condor 91:777-786.

Mourer-Cheauviré, C. 1989. Les Caprimulgiformes et les Coraciiformes de l`èocene et de l'Oligocène des phosphorites du Quercy et description de deux genres noveaux de Podargidae et Nyctibiidae. Acta XIX Congressus Internationalis Ornithologici (Ed. H. Ouellet), vol. 2:2047-2055. National Museum of Natural Sciences, Ottawa: Univ. Ottawa Press.

Payne, R. B. 1989. Commentary on the melba finches Pytilia melba of Djibouti and the requirement of a specimen for a taxonomic description. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 109:117-119.

Payne, R. B. 1989. Egg size of African honeyguides (Indicatoridae): specialization for brood parasitism? Tauraco 1:201-210.

Payne, R. B., and L. L. Payne. 1989. Heritability estimates and behaviour observations: extra-pair matings in indigo buntings. Anim. Behav. 38:457-467.

Paynter, R. A. 1989. Ornithological gazetteer of Paraguay. 2nd ed. Ornithological Gazetteers of the Neotropics, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Cambridge, Mass.

Prum, R. O. 1989. Phylogenetic analysis of the morphological and behavioral evolution of the Neotropical manakins (Aves: Pipridae). PhD thesis, Univ. Michigan.

Prum, R. O., and W. E. Lanyon. 1989. Monophyly and phylogeny of the Schiffornis group (Tyrannoidea). Condor 91:444-461.

Shaw, T., and R. Steiner. 1989. Sexual dimorphism in the skeleton of wood thrush (Hylocichla mustelina). Pennsylvania Acad. Sci. Annual Meeting, Abstract 112.

Shoshani, J., D. C. Fisher, J. M. Zawiskie, S. J. Thrulow, S. L. Shoshani, W. S. Benninghoff, and F. H. Zoch. 1989. The Shelton mastadon site: multidisciplinary study of a Late Pleistocene (Twocreekan) locality in southeastern Michigan. Contrib. Museum of Paleontology, Univ. Michigan 27(14):393-436.

Siegel-Causey, D. 1989. Cranial pneumatization in the Phalacrocoracidae. Wilson Bull. 101:108-112.

Stiles, F. G., and A. F. Skutch. 1989. A Guide to the Birds of Costa Rica. Cornell Univ. Press, Ithaca.

Storer, R. W. 1989. Geographic variation and sexual dimorphism in the tremblers (Cinclocerthia) and white-breasted thrasher (Ramphocinclus). Auk 106:249-258.

Storer, R. W. 1989. Geographic variation in the yellow-rumped tanager (Aves: Thraupinae). Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 102:553-554.

Storer, R. W. 1989. Notes on Paraguayan birds. Occ. Pap. Mus. Zool. Univ. Michigan 719:1-21.

Storer, R. W. 1989. The Pleistocene western grebe Aechmophorus (Aves, Podicipedidae) from Fossil Lake, Oregon: a comparison with recent material. Contrib. Museum of Paleontology, Univ. Michigan 27(12):321-326.

Warheit, K. I., D. A. Good, and K. de Queiroz. 1989. Variation in numbers of scleral ossicles and their phylogenetic transformations within the Pelecaniformes. Auk 106:383-388.

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Banks, R. C. 1990. Geographic variation in the yellow-billed cuckoo: corrections and comments. Condor 92:538.

Banks, R. C. 1990. Taxonomic status of the rufous-bellied chachalaca (Ortalis wagleri). Condor 92:749-753.

Dickerman, R. W. 1990. Geographic variation in the juvenal plumage of the common nighthawk (Chordeiles minor) in North America. Auk 107:610-613.

Goodman, S. M., and J. J. Hobbs. 1990. Cross-cultural and historical comparisons in the palatability of several Egyptian bird species. J. Ethnobiol. 10:43-57.

Graves, G. R., and R. L. Zusi. 1990. An intergeneric hybrid hummingbird (Heliodoxa leadbeateri xHeliangelus amethysticollis) from northern Colombia. Condor 92:754-760.

Greenberg, R., and S. Droege. 1990. Adaptations to tidal marshes in breeding populations of the swamp sparrow. Condor 92:393-404.

Hayes, F. E., S. M. Goodman, J. A. Fox, T. Granizo Tamayo, and N. E. López. 1990. North American bird migrants in Paraguay. Condor 92:947-960.

Hayes, F. E., S. M. Goodman, and N. E. López. 1990. New or noteworthy bird records from the Matogrosense region of Paraguay. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 110:94-103.

Hinkelmann, C. 1990. Biogeographie und Systematik tropischer Kolibris (Trochilidae). Proc. Int. 100. DO-G Meeting, Current Topics Avian Biol., Bonn 1988:25-30.

Johnston, R. F. 1990. Variation in size and shape in pigeons, Columba livia. Wilson Bull. 102:213-226.

Livezey, B. C. 1990. Evolutionary morphology of flightlessness in the Auckland Islands teal. Condor 92:639-673.

McKitrick, M. C. 1990. Genetic evidence for multiple parentage in eastern kingbirds (Tyrannus tyrannus). Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 26:149-155.

McKitrick, M. C. 1990. Heritability of muscle size in eastern kingbirds. Condor 92:625-633.

Norberg, U. M. 1990. Vertebrate Flight: Mechanics, Physiology, Morphology, Ecology and Evolution. Springer-Verlag, Berlin. xiv & 291 pp. TREE 5(7):236.

Prum, R. O. 1990. Phylogenetic analysis of the evolution of display behavior in the Neotropical manakins (Aves: Pipridae). Ethology 84:202-231.

Prum, R. O. 1990. A test of the monophyly of the manakins (Pipridae) and of the cotingas (Cotingidae) based on morphology. Occ. Pap. Univ. Michigan Museum of Zoology, 723:1-44.

Quinn, T. H., and J. J. Baumel 1990. The digital tendon locking mechanism of the avian foot (Aves). Zoomorphology 109:281-293.

Remsen, J. V., Jr., and T. A. Parker, III. 1990. Seasonal distribution of the azure gallinule (Porphyrula flavirostris), with comments on vagrancy in rails and gallinules. Wilson Bull. 102:380-399.

Rodgers, J. A., Jr. 1990. Breeding chronology and clutch information for the wood stork from museum collections. J. Field Orn. 61:47-53.

Rohwer, S., and J. Manning. 1990. Differences in timing and number of molts for Baltimore and Bullock's orioles: implications to hybrid fitness and theories of delayed plumage maturation. Condor 92:118-124.

Warheit, K. I. 1990. The phylogeny of the Sulidae (Aves: Pelecaniformes) and the morphometry of flight-related structures in seabirds: a study of adaptation. PhD Dissertation, Univ. California, Berkeley.

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American Ornithologists' Union. 1991. Thirty-eighth supplement to the American Ornithologists' Union Check-list of North American Birds. Auk 108:750-754.

Bocheski, Z. 1991. Pleistocene bird fauna from Bir Tarfawa (Egyptian Western Desert). Ostrich 62:219-34.

Brewer, R., G. A. McPeek, and R. J. Adams, Jr. 1991. The Atlas of Breeding Birds of Michigan. Michigan State University Press, East Lansing.

Cook, W. E. 1991. Geographic variation in wing length of the rose-breasted grosbeak. Kingbird 41:145-153.

Haberman, K., D. I. MacKenzie, and J. D. Rising. 1991. Geographic variation in the gray kingbird. J. Field Orn. 62:117-131.

Hill, G. E. 1991. The evolution of colorful plumage in the house finch. PhD dissertation, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Hill, G. E. 1991. Plumage coloration is a sexually selected indicator of male quality. Nature 350:337-339.

James, R. D. 1991. Annotated checklist of the birds of Ontario. 2nd ed. Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto.

Klein, N. K., M. Marin A., T. A. Schulenberg, and L. F. Kiff. 1991. Eggs, nests, and nest-building behavior of the large-footed finch (Pezopetes capitalis) in Costa Rica. Condor 93:447-448.

Livezey, B. C. 1991. A phylogenetic analysis and classification of recent dabbling ducks (Tribe Anatini) based on comparative morphology. Auk 108:471-508.

Lowther, P. E. 1991. Catalog of brown-headed cowbird hosts from Iowa--an update. Iowa Bird Life 61:33-38.

McKitrick, M. C. 1991. Forelimb myology of loons (Gaviiformes), with comments on the relationship of loons and tubenoses (Procellariiformes). Zool. J. Linnean Soc. 102:115-152.

McKitrick, M. C. 1991. Phylogenetic analysis of avian hindlimb musculature. Misc. Publ. Mus. Zool. Univ. Michigan no. 179.

Payne, R. B. 1991. Female and first-year male plumages of paradise whydahs Vidua interjecta. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 111:95-100.

Phillips, A. R. 1991. The Known Birds of North and Middle America. Part 2. A. R. Phillips, Denver. liii & 249 pp.

Rasmussen, P. C. 1991. Relationships between coastal South American king and blue-eyed shags. Condor 93:825-839.

Rising, J. D. 1991. Phenetic variation in nearctic Emberizinae. Acta XX Congr. Internat. Ornithol. 1:534-544.

Robertson, D., and S. F. Bailey. 1991. Cookilaria petrels in the eastern Pacific Ocean: identification and distribution, parts 1, 2. Amer. Birds 45:399-403, 1067-1081.

Siegel-Causey, D. 1991. Systematics and biogeography of north Pacific shags, with a description of a new species. Occ. Pap. Mus. Nat. Hist. Univ. Kansas 140:1-17.

Siegel-Causey, D., C. Lefevre, and A. B. Savinetskii. 1991. Historical diversity of cormorants and shags from Amchitka Island, Alaska. Condor 93:840-852.

Thompson, C. W. 1991. The sequence of molts and plumages in painted buntings and implications for theories of delayed plumage maturation. Condor 93:209-235.

Thompson, C. W. 1991. Is the painted bunting actually two species? Problems determining species limits between allopatric populations. Condor 93:987-1000.

van den Elzen, R., and Nemeschkal, H.-L. 1991. Radiation in African canaries (Carduelidae): a comparison of different classificatory approaches. Acta XX Congr. Internat. Ornithol. 1:459-467.

Van Wynsberghe, N. R., J. D. Rising, and D. I. MacKenzie. 1991. Geographic variation in size of the eastern kingbird. Wilson Bull. 104:612-629.

Young, B. E. 1991. Annual molts and interruption of the fall migration for molting in lazuli buntings. Condor 93:236-250.

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Campbell, K. E., Jr., and L. Marcus. 1992. The relationship of hindlimb bone dimensions to body weight in birds. Papers in Avian Paleontology, honoring Pierce Brodkorb, ed. K. E. Campbell, Jr. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Science Series, 36:395-412.

Carpenter, T. W. 1992. Utility of wing length, tail length and tail barring in determining the sex of barred owls collected in Michigan and Minnesota. Condor 94:794-795.

Carrier, D. R., and J. Auriemma. 1992. A developmental constraint on the fledging time of birds. Biol. J. Linnean Soc. 47:61-77.

Dabert, J. and S. R. Ehrnsberger. 1992. Neue Arten bei der Federmilbenfamilie Ascouracaridae Gaud & Atyeo, 1976. Osnabrücker Naturwissenschaftliche Mitteilungen 18:109-150.

Feduccia, A., and M. R. Voorheis. 1992. Crowned cranes (Gruidae: Balearica) in the Miocene of Nebraska. Papers in Avian Paleontology, honoring Pierce Brodkorb (Ed. by K. E. Campbell, Jr.). Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Science Series, 36:239-248.

Goodman, S. M. 1992. Victual Egyptian bird mummies from a presumed late 17th or early 18th dynasty tomb. J. Soc. Studies of Egyptian Antiquities 17:67-77.

Goodman, S. M., and C.V. Haynes. 1992. The diet of the lanner (Falco biarmicus) in a hyper-arid region of the eastern Sahara. J. Arid Environments 22:93-98.

Jackson, W. M., C. S. Wood, and S. Rohwer. 1992. Age-specific plumage characters and annual molt schedules of hermit warblers and Townsend's warblers. Condor 94:490-501.

Johnston, R. F. 1992. Evolution in the rock dove: skeletal morphology. Auk 109:530-542.

Klein, N. K. 1992. Historical processes and the evolution of geographic variation patterns in the yellow warbler. PhD dissertation, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Livezey, B. C. 1992. Morphological corollaries and ecological implications of flightlessness in the kakapo:Strigops habroptilus. J. Morph. 213:105-145.

Livezey, B. C. 1992. Flightlessness in the Galápagos cormorant (Compsohalietus[Nannopterumharrisi): heterochrony, giantism and specialization. J. Linn. Soc. London 105:155-224.

Livezey, B. C., and P. S. Humphrey. 1992. Taxonomy and identification of steamer-ducks (Anatidae:Tachyeres). Univ. Kansas Museum of Natural History, Monogr. no. 8.

Livezey, B. C., and R. W. Storer. 1992. Morphometric comparison of skeletons of the western grebe complex Aechmophorus of the United States and Canada. Condor 94:646-667.

Mayfield, H. 1992. Kirtland's warbler. The birds of North America, no. 12 (Ed. by A. Poole, P. Stettenheim, and F. Gill), pp. 1-16. Philadelphia: The Academy of Natural Sciences; Washington, D. C.: Amer. Ornithol. Union.

Mironov, S. V. and J. Dabert. 1992. Attagivora, a new genus of feather mite, subfamily Avenzoariinae (Analgoidea: Avenzoariidae) from seedsnipes of the genus Attagis (Charadriiformes: Thinocoridae). Entomol. Mitt. Zool. Mus. Hamburg 10(146):243-251.

Mourer-Chauviré. 1992. The Galliformes (Aves) from the Phosphorites du Quercy (France): systematics and biostratigraphy. in Papers in Avian Paleontology, honoring Pierce Brodkorb (Ed. by K. E. Campbell, Jr.). Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Science Series, 36:67-95.

Navarro, A. G., A. T. Peterson, and P. Escalente P. 1992. New distributional information on Mexican birds. I. The Sierra de Atoyac, Guerrero. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 112:6-11.

Navarro, A. G., A. T. Peterson, P. Escalente P., and H. Benítez D. 1992. Cypseloides storeri, a new species of swift from Mexico. Wilson Bull. 104:55-64.

Payne, R. B. 1992. Indigo bunting. The birds of North America, no. 4 (Ed. by A. Poole, P. Stettenheim, and F. Gill), pp. 1-24. Philadelphia: The Academy of Natural Sciences; Washington, D. C.: Amer. Ornithol. Union.

Payne, R. B., L. L. Payne, and M. E. D. Nhlane. 1992. Song mimicry and species status of the green widowfinch Vidua codringtoni. Ostrich 63:86-97.

Prum, R. O. 1992. Syringeal morphology and phylogeny of the Neotropical manakins (Aves: Pipridae). Amer. Mus. Novitates. 3043:1-65.

Rappole, J. H., E. S. Morton, and M. A. Ramos. 1992. Density, philopatry, and population estimates for songbird migrants wintering in Veracruz. Pp. 337-344, in: Ecology and Conservation of Neotropical Migrant Landbirds (Eds. J. M. Hagan and D. W. Johnston). Smithsonian Inst. Press, Washington, D.C.

Storer, R. W. 1992. Intraspecific variation and the identification of Pliocene and Pleistocene grebes. Papers in Avian Paleontology, honoring Pierce Brodkorb (Ed. by K. E. Campbell, Jr.). Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Science Series, 36:419-422.

Storer, R. W. 1992. Least grebe. The birds of North America, no. 24 (Ed. by A. Poole, P. Stettenheim, and F. Gill), pp. 1-12. Philadelphia: The Academy of Natural Sciences; Washington, D. C.: Amer. Ornithol. Union.

Storer, R. W., and G. L. Nuechterlein. 1992. Western grebe, Clark's grebe. The birds of North America, no. 26 (Ed. by A. Poole, P. Stettenheim, and F. Gill), pp. 1-24. Philadelphia: The Academy of Natural Sciences; Washington, D. C.: Amer. Ornithol. Union.

Thompson, C. W. 1992. A key for aging and sexing painted buntings. J. Field Ornithol. 63:445-454.

Van Wynsberghe, N. R., Rising, J. D., and D. I. MacKenzie. 1992. Geographic variation in size of the eastern kingbird. Wilson Bull. 104:612-629.

Vaughan, R. 1992. In Search of Arctic Birds. T & AD Poyser, London.

Warheit, K. I. 1992. The role of morphometrics and cladistics in the taxonomy of fossils: a paleornithological example. Syst. Biol. 42:345-369.

Webster, J. D. 1992. The manubrium-sternum bridge in songbirds (Oscines). Proc. Indiana Acad. Sci. 101:299-308.

Wood, D. S. 1992. Color and size variation in eastern white-breasted nuthatches. Wilson Bull. 104:599-611.

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American Ornithologists' Union. 1993. Thirty-ninth supplement to the American Ornithologists' Union Check-list of North American Birds. Auk 110:675-682.

Benítez-Díaz, H. 1993. Geographic variation in coloration and morphology of the acorn woodpecker. Condor 95:63-71.

Bochenski, Z. 1993. Bird fauna from Bir Tarfawi, pp. 159-185, in: Egypt during the last interglacial, the Middle Paleolithic of Bir Tarfawi and Bir Sahara East (F. Wendorf, R. Schild , A. E. Close and associates, Eds.). New York: Plenum Press.

Goodman, S. M., and F. Ravoavy. 1993. Identification of bird subfossils from cave surface deposits at Anjohibe, Madagascar, with a description of a new giant Coua (Cuculidae: Couinae). Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 106:24-33.

Hill, G. E. 1993. House finch. The birds of North America, no. 46 (Ed. by A. Poole and F. Gill), pp. 1-24. Philadelphia: The Academy of Natural Sciences; Washington, D. C.: Amer. Ornithol. Union.

Hill, G. E. 1993. Geographic variation in the carotenoid plumage pigmentation of male house finches (Carpodacus mexicanus). Biol. J. Linnean Soc. 49:63-86.

Howell, S. N. G. 1993. A taxonomic review of the green-fronted hummingbird. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 113:179-187.

Klein, N. K., R. B. Payne, and M. E. D. Nhlane. 1993. A molecular genetic perspective on speciation in the brood parasitic Vidua finches. Proc. VIII Pan-African Ornithol. Congress, Bujumbura, 1992: 29-39.

Livezey, B. C. 1993. An ecomorphological review of the dodo (Raphus cucullatus) and solitaire (Pezophaps solitaria), flightless Columbiformes of the Mascarene Islands. J. Zool. 230:247-292.

Livezey, B. C. 1993. Morphology of flightlessness in Chendytes, fossil seaducks (Anatidae: Mergini) of coastal California. J. Vertebrate Paleontology 13:185-199.

McKitrick, M. C. 1993. Trends in the evolution of hindlimb musculature in aerial-foraging birds. Auk 110:189-206.

Mironov, S., J. Dabert and W. T. Atyeo. 1993. A new species of the feather mite genus BregetoviaDubinin (Analgoidea, Avenzoariidae) with notes on the systematics of the genus. Entomol. Mitt. Zool. Mus. Hamburg 11(148):75-87.

Paulson, D. 1993. Shorebirds of the Pacific Northwest. Univ. Washington Press and Seattle Audubon Society, Seattle.

Payne, R. B., L. L. Payne, M. E. D. Nhlane, and K. Hustler. 1993. Species status and distribution of the parasitic indigobirds Vidua in east and southern Africa. Proc. VIII Pan-African Ornithol. Congress, Bujumbura, 1992: 40-52.

Prum, R. O. 1993. Phylogeny, biogeography, and evolution of the broadbills (Eurylaimidae) and asities (Philepittidae) based on morphology. Auk 110:304-324.

Remsen, J. V., Jr., M. A. Hyce, and A. Chapman. 1993. The diets of Neotropical trogons, motmots, barbets and toucans. Condor 95:178-192.

Tamplin, J. W., J. W. Demastes, and J. V. Remsen, Jr. 1993. Biochemical and morphometric relationships among some members of the Cardinalinae. Wilson Bull. 105:93-113.

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Barajas L., F. C., and A. R. Phillips. 1994. A Haplospiza finch in western México; the lessons of an enigma. Bull. Brit. Ornithol. Club 114:36-46.

Bocheski, Z. M. 1994. The comparative osteology of grebes (Aves: Podicipediformes) and its systematic implications. Acta Zool. Cracov. 37(1):191-346.

Casto, S. D. 1994. The ornithological collections of Frank B. Armstrong. Bull. Texas Ornithol. Soc. 27:1-18.

Chesser, R. T. and M. Marín A. 1994. Seasonal distribution and natural history of the Patagonian tyrant (Colorhamphus parvirostris). Wilson Bull. 106:649-667.

Chu, P. C. 1994. Historical examination of delayed plumage maturation in the shorebirds (Aves: Charadriiformes). Evolution 48:327-350.

Collar, N. J., M. J. Crosby, and A. J. Stattersfield. 1994. Birds to Watch 2: The World List of Threatened Birds. BirdLife Conservation Series no. 4, BirdLife International, Cambridge, UK.

Elgood, J. H., et al. 1994. The Birds of Nigeria. B.O.U. Check-list no. 4 (Second Edition). British Ornithologists' Union, Tring.

Goodman, S. M. 1994. Description of a new species of subfossil eagle from Madagascar: Stephanoaetus(Aves: Falconiformes) from the deposits of Ampasambazimba. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 107:421-428.

Hayes, F. E., P. A. Scharf, and R. S. Ridgely. 1994. Austral bird migrants in Paraguay. Condor 96:83-97.

Hill, G. E. 1994. Geographic variation in male ornamentation and female mate preference in the house finch: a comparative test of models of sexual selection. Behavioral Ecology 5:64-73.

Irwin, R. E. 1994. The evolution of plumage dichromatism in the New World blackbirds: social selection on female brightness? Am. Nat. 144:890-907.

Klein, N. K., and W. E. Brown. 1994. Intraspecific molecular phylogeny in the Yellow Warbler (Dendroica petechia), and implications for avian biogeography in the West Indies. Evolution 48:1914-1932.

McKitrick, M. C. 1994. On homology and the ontological relationship of parts. Syst. Biol. 43:1-11.

Mironov, S. V. 1994. Three new species of the feather mite genus Bychovskiata (Analgoidea: Avenzoariidae) from exotic plovers (Charadriiformes). Internat. J. Acarol. 20(1):45-51.

Minorov, S. V. 1994. New species of feather mites of the genus Bychovskiata (Analgoidea: Avernzoariidae) from shorebirds (Charadriiformes). Parazitologiya 28(4):333-341 (in Russian).

Olson, S. L. 1994. Cranial osteology of tawny and steppe eagles Aquila rapax and A. nipalensis. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 114:264-267.

Payne, R. B. 1994. Clutch size, laying periodicity and behaviour in two species of African honeyguides (Indicator indicator, I. minor). Proc. Seventh Pan-African Ornithol. Congr., Nairobi, 1988:537-547.

Payne, R. B. 1994. The species of indigobirds Vidua in Zimbabwe. Honeyguide 40: 78-86.

Payne, R. B. 1994. Brood parasitism in Nigerian birds. In: The Birds of Nigeria, 2nd Edition. ed. J. H. Elgood. Brit. Ornithol. Union. Checklist no. 4: 53-56.

Payne, R. B., and L. L. Payne. 1994. Song mimicry and species associations of west African indigobirdsVidua with quail-finch Ortygospiza atricollis, goldbreast Amandava subflava and brown twinspotClytospiza monteiri. Ibis 136:291-304.

Prescott, D. R. C. 1994. Intraspecific and geographical trends in body size of a differential migrant, the evening grosbeak. Auk 111:693-702.

Rasmussen, P. C., P. S. Humphrey and J. E. Péfaur. 1994. Avifauna of a Beagle Channel archeological site. Occ. Pap. Museum of Natural History, University of Kansas 165:1-41.

Seutin, G., N. K. Klein, R. E. Ricklefs, and E. Bermingham. 1994. Historical biogeography of the bananaquitCoereba flaveola in the Caribbean region: a mitochondrial DNA assessment. Evolution 48:1041-1061.

Thompson, C. W., and M. Leu. 1994. Determining homology of molts and plumages to address evolutionary questions: a rejoinder regarding emberizid finches. Condor 96:769-782.

Webster, J. D. 1994. Skeletons and the genera of tanagers. Proc. Indiana Acad. Science (1988), 98:581-593.

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American Ornithologists' Union. 1995. Fortieth supplement to the American Ornithologists' Union Check-list of North American Birds. Auk 112:819-830.

Cardoso da Silva, J. M. 1995. Seasonal distribution of the lined seedeater Sporophila lineola. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 115:14-21.

Chu, P. C. 1995. Phylogenetic reanalysis of Strauch's osteological data set for the Charadriiformes. Condor 97:174-196.

Dabert, J. and S. V. Mironov. 1995. Sammonica cristagalli sp. n. - a new species of feather mite from the spotted greenshank Tringa guttifer (Charadriiformes: Scolopacidae) (Astigmata: Pterolichoidea: Syringobiidae). Genus (Wroclaw) 6(2):191-200.

Hayes, F. E. 1995. Status, distribution and biogeography of the birds of Paraguay. ABA Monogr. Field Ornithology 1.

Johnston, R. F. 1995. Feral Pigeons. Oxford University Press.

Livezey, B. C. 1995. Phylogeny and evolutionary ecology of modern seaducks (Anatidae: Mergini). Condor 97:233-255.

Livezey, B. C. 1995. Phylogeny and comparative ecology of stiff-tailed ducks (Anatidae: Oxyurini). Wilson Bull. 107:214-234.

Livezey, B. C. 1995. A phylogenetic analysis of the whistling and white-backed ducks (Anatidae, Dendrocygninae) using morphological characters. Ann. Carnegie Mus. 64:65-97.

Martens, J., and S. Eck. 1995. Towards an ornithology of the Himalayas: systematics, ecology and vocalizations of Nepal birds. Bonner Zoologische Monographien 38:445 pp.

Messerly, E. H. 1995. Bird specimens, collected by Albert J. Kirn, which represent county records not reported in Oberholser's "The Bird Life of Texas." Bull. Texas Ornithol. Soc. 28:52-54.

Mironov, S. and J. Dabert. 1995. New species of feather mites of the subfamily Avenzoariinae from waders (Aves: Charadriiformes) of the New World (Acarina: Analgoidea). Genus (Wroclaw) 6(2):201-223.

Payne, R. B., and L. L. Payne. 1995. Song mimicry and association of brood-parasitic indigobirds (Vidua) with Dybowski's twinspot (Euschistospiza dybowskii). Auk 112:649-658.

Rasmussen, P.C. 1995. Buff-throated warbler Phylloscopus subaffinis restored to the avifauna of the Indian subcontinent. Forktail 11:173-175.

Thompson, C. W., and M. Leu. 1995. Molts and plumages of orange-breasted buntings (Passerina leclancheri): implications for theories of delayed plumage maturation. Auk 112:1-19.

Wilkinson, R. and Birkhead, T.R. 1995. Copulation behaviour in the vasa parrots Coracopsis vasa andnigra. Ibis 137:117-119. (UMMZ anatomical specimen, phallus)

Winker, K. 1995. Xiphorhynchus striatigularis (Dendrocolaptidae): Nomen monstrositatum. Auk 112:1066-1070.

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Cicero, C. 1996. Sibling species of titmice in the Parus inornatus complex (Aves: Paridae). Univ. Calif. Publ. Zool. 128.

Craig, A. J. F. K. 1996. The annual cycle of wing-moult and breeding in the wattled starling Creatophora cinerea. Ibis 138:448-454.

Farquhar, M.R., Lorenz, M., Rayner, J.L. and Craig, A.J.F.K. 1996. Feather ultrastructure and skeletal morphology as taxonomic characters in African sunbirds (Nectariniidae) and sugarbirds (Promeropidae). J. African Zoology 110:321-331.

Gaud, J. and W. T. Atyeo. 1996. Feather mites of the world (Acarina: Astigmata): the supraspecific taxa, part I. Ann. Mus. Royal d'Afrique Centrale Tervuren 277:1-193, part II, 1-436.

Goodman, S. M. 1996. Description of a new species of subfossil lapwing (Aves, Charadriiformes, Charadriidae, Vanellinae) from Madagascar. Bull. Muséum natnonal d'Histoire naturelle, Paris, 4th série, 18:607-614.

Graves, G. R. 1996. Hybrid wood warblers, Dendroica striata x Dendroica castanea (Aves: Fringillidae: Tribe Parulini) and the diagnostic predictability of avian hybrid phenotypes. Proc. Biol. Soc. Washington 109:373-390.

Hill, G. E. 1996. Subadult plumage in the house finch and tests of models for the evolution of delayed plumage maturation. Auk 113:858-874.

Hinkelmann, C. 1996. Evidence for natural hybridisation in hermit hummingbirds (Phaethornis spp.). Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 116:5-14.

Hinkelmann, C. 1996. Systematics and geographic variation in longtailed hermit humminbirds, thePhaethornis superciliosus-malaris-longirostris species group (Trochilidae), with notes on their biogeography. Ornitol. Neotrop. 7:119-148.

Hughes, J. M. 1996. Greater roadrunner Geococcyx californianus. Birds of North America no. 244: 1-24.

Livezey, B. C. 1996. A phylogenetic reassessment of the tadornine-anatine divergence (Aves: Anseriformes: Anatidae). Ann. Carnegie Mus. 65:27-88.

Livezey, B. C. 1996. A phylogenetic analysis of geese and swans (Anseriformes: Anserinae), including selected fossil species. Syst. Biol. 45:451-450.

Nelson, C. 1996. Identification of greater scaup, Aythya marila, and lesser scaup, Aaffinis, ducklings. Canadian Field-Nat. 110:288-293.

>Payne, R. B. 1996. Field identification of the indigobirds. Bull. African Bird Club 3:14-25.

Rasmussen, P. C. 1996. Buff-throated warbler Phylloscopus affinis restored to the avifauna of the Indian subcontinent. Forktail 11:173-175.

Shugart, G. W., and S. Rohwer. 1996. Serial descendant primary molt or Staffelmauser in black-crowned night-herons. Condor 98:222-233.

Zimmerman, D. A., D. A. Turner, and D. J. Pearson. 1996. Birds of Kenya and Northern Tanzania. Princeton University Press, Princeton.

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Baird, R.F. & Vickers-Rich, P. 1997. Eutreptodactylus itaboraiensis gen. et sp. nov., an early cuckoo (Aves: Cuculidae) from the Late Paleocene of Brazil. Alcheringa 21: 123-127.

Caparella, A.P., G. H. Rosenberg, and S. W. Cardiff. 1997. A new subspecies of Percnostola rufifrons(Formicariidae) from northeastern Amazonian Peru, with a revision of the rufifrons complex. Orn. Monogr. 48:165-170.

Chesser, R. T. 1997. Patterns of seasonal and geographical distribution of austral migrant flycatchers (Tyrannidae) in Bolivia. Ornithol. Monogr. 48:171-204.

Dabert, J. 1997. Pilochaeta rafalskii, a new species of the feather mite subfamily Magimeliinae Gaud, 1972 (Pterolichoidea: Pterolichidae). Genus (Wroclaw) 8(1):27-38.

Dabert, J. and W. T. Atyeo. 1997. The feather mite genus Grenieria Gaud & Mouchet, 1959 (Acarina, Syrigobiidae). I. Systematics and descriptions of species. Mitt. Hamb. Zool. Mus. Instit. 94:125-144.

Dawson, W. R. 1997. Pine Siskin (Carduelis pinus). The Birds of North America, no. 280. A. Poole and F. Gill eds., Philadelphia: The Academy of Natural Sciences; Washington, D. C.: Amer. Ornithol. Union.

Heij, C. J., C. F. E. Rompas and C. W. Moeliker. 1997. The biology of the Moluccan megapode Eulipoa wallacei (Aves, Galliformes, Megapodiidae) on Haruku and other Moluccan Islands; part 2: final report. Deinsea (Natuurmuseum Rotterdam) 3:1-127.

Hinkelmann, C. and K.-L. Schuchmann. 1997. Phylogeny of the hermit hummingbirds (Trochilidae: Phaethorninae). Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment 32:142-163.

Hughes, J.M. 1997. Mangrove Cuckoo Coccyzus minorThe Birds of North America no. 299. A. Poole and F. Gill, eds. The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, PA, and the American Ornithologists' Union, Washington, D.C.

Hughes, J.M. 1997. Systematics of New World Cuckoos (Aves, Cuculidae) and the evolution of brood parasitism. PhD Dissertation, University of Toronto.

Kennedy, E. D. & D. W. White. 1997. Bewick’s Wren (Thryomanes bewickii). In: The Birds of North America, no. 315 (A. Poole and F. Gill, eds.), The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, PA, and The American Ornithologists’ Union, Washington, D.C.

Livezey, B. C. 1997. A phylogenetic analysis of modern sheldgeese and shelducks (Anatidae, Tadorninis). Ibis 139:51-66.

Livezey, B. C. 1997. A phylogenetic classification of waterfowl (Aves: Anseriformes), including selected fossil species. Annals of Carnegie Museum 66:457-496.

Livezey, B. C. 1997. A phylogenetic analysis of basal Anseriformes, the fossil Presbyornis, and the interordinal relationships of waterfowl. Zool. J. Linnean Soc. 121:361-428.

Marantz, C. A. 1997. Geographic variation of plumage patterns in the woodcreeper genusDendrocolaptes (Dendrocolaptidae). Ornithological Monographs 48:399-429.

Marín, M. 1997. Species limits and distribution of some New World spine-tailed swifts (Chaeturaspp.). Ornithol. Monogr. 48:431-443.

Martens, J. and S. Eck. 1997. Towards an ornithology of the Himalayas: systematics, ecology and vocalizations of Nepal birds. Bonner Zoologische Monogr. 38.

Mearns, B. and R. Mearns. 1997. The Bird Collectors. Natural World, Academic Press, New York

Mindell, D. P., M. D. Sorenson, C. J. Huddleston, H. C. Miranda, A. Knight, S. J. Sawchuck, and T. Yuri. 1997. Phylogenetic relationships among and within select avian orders based on mitochondrial DNA. Pp. 213-247, in: Avian Molecular Evolution and Systematics, ed. D. P. Mindell. Academic Press, New York.

Parkes, K. C. 1997. The northern cardinals of the Caribbean slope of Mexico, with the description of an additional subspecies from Yucatan. pp. 129-138, in: The Era of Allan R. Phillips: A Festschrift, ed. R. W. Dickerman. Museum of Southwestern Biology, Univ. New Mexico.

Payne, R. B. 1997. Field identification of the brood-parasitic whydahs Vidua and cuckoo finchAnomalospiza. Bull. African Bird Club 4:18-28.

Payne, R. B. 1997. Family Cuculidae (Cuckoos). in: Handbook of the Birds of the World, vol. 4 (J. del Hoyo, A. Elliott, and J. Sargatal, Eds.), pp. 508-607. BirdLife / Lynx Edicions, Barcelona.

Payne, R. B., L. L. Payne, and M. D. Hopkins. 1997. Grey-headed broadbill Smithornis sharpei new to Nigeria. Malimbus 19:100-101.

Unitt, P., and A. M. Rea. 1997. Taxonomy of the brown creeper in California. pp. 177-185, in: The Era of Allan R. Phillips: A Festschrift, ed. R. W. Dickerman. Museum of Southwestern Biology, Univ. New Mexico.

Voelker, G. 1997. The molt cycle of the arctic tern, with comments on aging criteria. J. Field Ornithol. 68:400-412.

Webster, J. D. 1997. Skeletal characters and the genera of warblers. pp. 187-202, in: The Era of Allan R. Phillips: A Festschrift, ed. R. W. Dickerman. Museum of Southwestern Biology, Univ. New Mexico.

Yuri, T., and S. Rohwer. 1997. Molt and migration in the northern rough-winged swallow. Auk 1154:249-262.

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American Ornithologists' Union. 1998. Check-list of North American Birds. 7th ed. American Ornithologists' Union, Washington, D.C.

Barrow, M. V., Jr. 1998. A Passion for Birds, American Ornithology after Audubon. Princeton Univ. Press.

Byrkjedal, I. and D. B. A. Thompson. 1998. Tundra Plovers, the Eurasian, Pacific and American Golden Plovers and Grey Plover. T & AD Poyser, London.

Chesser, R. T. 1998. Further perspectives on the breeding distribution of migratory birds: South American austral migrant flycatchers. J. Animal Ecology 67:69-77.

Chu, P. C. 1998. A phylogeny of the gulls (Aves: Larinae) inferred from osteological and integumentary characters. Cladistics 14:1-43.

Dirrigl Jr., F. J. 1998. Zooarchaeology and taphonomy of gallinaceous birds in the northeastern United States. PhD Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Connecticut, Storrs.

Groth, J. G. 1998. Molecular phylogenetics of finches and sparrows: consequences of character state removal in cytochrome b sequences. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 10:377-390.

Heindl, M. and K.-L. Schuchmann. 1998. Biogeography, geographical variation and taxonomy of the Andean hummingbird genus Metallura Gould, 1847. J. Ornithol. 139:425-473.

Klein, N. K. and R. B. Payne. 1998. Evolutionary associations of brood parasitic finches (Vidua) and their host species: analyses of mitochondrial restriction sites. Evolution 52:299-315.

Lambert, F. R. and P. C. Rasmussen. 1998. A new scops owl from Sangihe Island, Indonesia. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 118:204-217.

Latta, S. C., K. C. Parkes and J. M. Wunderle. 1998. A new intrageneric Dendroica hybrid from Hispaniola. Auk 115:533-537.

Livezey, B. C. 1998. A phylogenetic analysis of the Gruiformes (Aves) based on morphological characters, with an emphasis on the rails (Rallidae). Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. London B 353: 2077-2151.

McCracken, K. G. and F. H. Sheldon. 1998. Molecular and osteological heron phylogenies: sources of incongruence. Auk 115:127-141.

Olson, S. L. 1998. Notes on the systematics of the rockrunner Achaetops (Passeriformes, Timaliidae) and its presumed relatives. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 118:47-52.

Payne, R. B. 1998. Brood parasitism in birds: strangers in the nest. BioScience 48:377-386.

Payne, R. B. 1998. A new species of firefinch Lagonosticta from northern Nigeria, and its association with the Jos Plateau indigobird Vidua maryae. Ibis 140:368-381.

Payne, R. B. and L. L. Payne. 1998. Brood parasitism by brown-headed cowbirds: risks and costs on reproductive success and survival in indigo buntings. Behavioral Ecology 9:64-73.

Payne, R. B. and L. L. Payne. 1998. Nestling eviction and vocal begging behaviors in Australian glossy cuckoos Chrysococcyx basalis and Clucidus. In: Parasitic Birds and their Hosts, Studies in Coevolution (S. I. Rothstein and S. K. Robinson, Eds.), pp. 152-169. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Payne, R. B., L. L. Payne and J. L. Woods. 1998. Song learning in brood parasitic indigobirds Vidua chalybeata: song mimicry of the host species. Animal Behaviour 55:1537-1553.

Rasmussen, P. C. 1998. Tytler's leaf warbler Phylloscopus tytleri: non-breeding distribution, morphological discrimination, and ageing. Forktail 14:17-28.

Rasmussen, P. C. 1998. A new scops-owl from Great Nicobar Island. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 118:141-153.

Rohwer, S. and C. Wood. 1998. Three hybrid zones between hermit and Townsend's warblers in Washington and Oregon. Auk 115:284-310.

Simmons, T. and D. Nadel. 1998. The avifauna of the Early Epipaleolithic site of Ohalo I (19 400 years BP), Israel: species diversity, habitat and seasonality. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 8:79-96.

Voelker, G. and S. Rohwer. 1998. Contrasts in scheduling of molt and migration in eastern and western warbling-vireos. Auk 115:142-155.

Woodbury, C. J. 1998. Two spinal cords in birds: novel insights into early avian evolution. Proc. R. Soc. London B 265:1721-1729.

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Adkisson, C. S. 1999. Pine Grosbeak Pinicola enucleator. Birds of North America no. 456.

Alström, P. and Olsson, U. 1999. The golden-spectacled warbler: a complex of sibling species, including a previously undescribed species. Ibis 141:545-568. (cf. Martens et al. 1999)

Barlow, C. R. and G. Gale. 1999. Information obtained from nine road-killed rednecked nightjarCaprimulgus ruficollis in The Gambia, in winters 1990-1997. African Bird Club Bull. 6:48-51.

Beresford, P. and J. Cracraft. 1999. Speciation in African forest robins (Stiphrornis): species limits, phylogenetic relationships, and molecular biogeography. American Museum Novitates 3270: 1-22.

Feare, C. and A. Craig. 1999. Starlings and Mynahs. Christopher Helm / Princeton.

Dove, C. J. and R. C. Banks. 1999. A taxonomic study of crested caracaras (Falconidae). Wilson Bull. 111:330-339.

Garido, O. H., A. T. Peterson and O. Komar. 1999. Geographic variation and taxonomy of the cave swallow (Petrochelidon fulva) complex, with the description of a new subspecies from Puerto Rico. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 119:73-91.

Hill, G. E., P. M. Nolan and A. M. Stoehr. 1999. Pairing success relative to plumage redness and pigment symmetry in the house finch: temporal and geographic constancy. Behav. Ecol. 10:48-53.

Hughes, J. M. 1999. A closer look: mangrove cuckoo. Birding 31(1):22-27.

Hughes, J. M. 1999. Yellow-billed cuckoo Coccyzus americanus. Birds of North America 418:1-28.

Jaramillo, A. & Burke, P. 1999. New World Blackbirds, the Icterids. Princeton University Press, Princeton.

Johnson, K. P. and M. D. Sorenson. 1999. Phylogeny and biogeography of dabbling ducks (genus: Anas): a comparison of molecular and morphological evidence. Auk 116:792-805.

Martens, J., Eck, S., Päckert, M. and Sun, Y.-H. 1999. The golden-spectacled warbler Seicercus burkii -- a species swarm (Aves: Passeriformes: Sylviidae). Zool. Abhandlungen Staatliches Museum für Tierkunde Dresden 50(18):281-327.

Miller, E. H., E. L. Walters and H. Ouellet. 1999. Plumage, size, and sexual dimorphism in the Queen Charlotte Islands hairy woodpecker. Condor 101:86-95.

Muller, M. J. & R. W. Storer. 1999. Pied-billed Grebe Podilymbus podiceps. Birds of North America 410:1-32.

Rasmussen, P. C. and N. J. Collar. 1999. Major specimen fraud in the forest owlet Heteroglaux (Atheneauct.) blewitti. Ibis 41:11-21.

Rasmussen, P. C. and N. J. Collar. 1999. On the hybrid status of Rothschild's parakeet Psittacula intermedia (Aves, Psittacidae). Bul. Nat. Hist. Museum London (Zool.) 65:31-50.

Watt, D. J. and Willoughby, E. J. 1999. Lesser Goldfinch Carduelis psaltria. Birds of North America no. 392.

Webster, J. D. and J. R. Webster. 1999. Skeletons and the genera of sparrows (Emberizidae). Auk 116:1054-1074.

Wells, D. R. 1999. The Birds of the Thai-Malay Peninsula. vol. 1, Non-passerines. Academic Press, New York.

Williams, M. I. 1999. Systematics of Neotropical parrots (Psittacidae) wit emphasis on Deroptyus andTriclaria. MS thesis, University of Florida (adviser D. Steadman). Univ. Florida Libraries Catalog.

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Bradley, P. E. 2000. The birds of the Cayman Islands. BOU Checklist no. 19. British Ornithologists’ Union, Tring.

Decker, R.W.R.J., E.C. Dickinson, S. Eck, & S. Somadikarta. 2000. Systematic notes on Asian birds. 3. Types of the Eurylaimidae. Zoologische Verhandelingen Leiden 331:77-88.

Dickinson, E.C., P.C. Rasmussen, P.D. Round & F.G. Rozendaal. 2000. Systematic notes on Asian birds. 1. A review of the russet bush-warbler Bradypterus seebohmi (Ogilvie-Grant, 1895). Zoologische Verhandelingen Leiden 331:11-64.

Dickinson, E.C., P.C. Rasmussen, P.D. Round & F.G. Rozendaal. Systematic notes on Asian birds. 5. Types of the Pittidae. Zoologische Verhandelingen Leiden 331:101-126.

Dickinson, E.C. and R.S. Kennedy. 2000. Systematic notes on Asian birds. 6. A re-examination of the application of the name Oriolus steerii Sharpe, 1877. Zoologische Verhandelingen Leiden 331:127-130.

Groth, J. G. 2000. Molecular evidence for the systematic position of Urocynchramus pylzowi. Auk 117:787-791.

Hughes, J. M. 2000. Monophyly and phylogeny of cuckoos (Aves, Cuculidae) inferred from osteological characters. Zool. J. Linnean Soc. 130:263-307.

Jackson, H. D. 2000. A new key to the identification of the Afrotropical nightjars (Caprimulgidae). Ostrich 71:371-379.

Jackson, H. D. 2000. Some nightjar food records from Zambia and Malawi. Ostrich 71:435-436.

Jackson, H. D. 2000. Prey size in relation to mouth size of nightjars in Zimbabwe. Ostrich 71:436-437.

Marin, M. 2000. Species limits, distribution, and biogeography of some New World gray-rumped spine-tailed swifts (Chaetura, Apodidae). Ornitologia Neotropical 11:93-107.

Payne, R. B. 2000. Ornithology at the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology: an historical account. In: Contributions to the History of North American Ornithology, vol. 2 (W. E. Davis and J. A. Jackson, eds), pp. 1-58. Nuttall Ornithological Society, Memoirs No. 13. Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Payne, R. B., L. L. Payne, J. L. Woods and M. D. Sorenson. 2000. Imprinting and the origin of parasite-host species associations in brood parasitic indigobirds Vidua chalybeata. Animal Behaviour 59:69-81.

Rasmussen, P. C., T. S. Schulenberg, F. Hawkins & R. Voninavoko. 2000. Geographic variation in the (Malagasy Scops-owl (Otus rutilus auct.): the existence of an unrecognized species on Madagascar and the taxonomy of other Indian Ocean taxa. Bull. Brit. Ornithol. Club 120:75-102.

Schuchmann, K.-L., A.-A. Weller and I. Heynen. 2000. Bigeography and taxonomy of the Andean hummingbird genus Haplophaedia Simon (Aves: Trochilidae), with the description of a new subspecies from southern Ecuador. Ornithol. Anzeiger 39: 17-42.

Smith, C. E. and Rohwer, S. 2000. A phenotypic test of Haldane's rule in an avian hybrid zone. Auk 117:578-586.

Storer, R. W. 2000. The metazoan parasite fauna of grebes (Aves: Podicipediformes) and its relationship to the birds' biology. Misc. Publ. Univ. Mich. Museum of Zoology 188.

Storer, R. W. 2000. The systematic position of the Miocene grebe Thiornis sociata Navás. Ann. Paléontol. 86:129-139.

Storer, R. W. and M. J. Muller. 2000. Forehead feathers of the pied-billed and Atitlán grebes. Wilson Bull. 112:411-412.

Voelker, G. 2000. Molt of the gray vireo. Condor 102:610-618.

Webster, J. D. 2000. Systematic relationships of the verdin: skeletal evidence (Aves: Passeriformes). Proc. Biol. Soc. Washington 113:828-835.

Weller, A.-A. 2000. Biogeography, geographic variation and habitat preference in the amazilia hummingbird, Amazilia amazilia Lesson (Aves: Trochilidae), with notes on the status of Amazilia alticola Gould. J. Ornithologie 141: 93-101.

Wiley, J. W. 2000. A bibliography of ornithology in the West Indies. Proc. Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology 7.

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BirdLife International. (2001). Threatened birds of Asia: the BirdLife International Red Data Book. BirdLife International, Cambridge, UK.

Busam, M. 2001. The possibilities are bewildering: the history and mystery of the Cincinnati Warbler. Ohio Cardinal 24:80-90.

Olson, S. L. & P. C. Rasmussen. 2001. Miocene and Pliocene birds from the Lee Creek Mine, North Carolina. Smithsonian Contrib. Paleobiology 90:233-365.

Payne, R. B. 2001. Recent additions to the list of type specimens of birds collected by Walter Koelz in the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology. Systematic notes on Asian birds 20. Zoologische Verhandelingen, Leiden, 335: 229-234.

Payne, R. B., J. L. Woods and L. L. Payne. 2001. Parental care in estrildid finches: experimental tests of a model of Vidua brood parasitism. Animal Behaviour 62: 473-483.

Sefc, K. M., R. B. Payne and M. D. Sorenson. 2001. Characterization of microsatellite loci in village indigobirds Vidua chalybeata and cross-species amplification in estrildid and ploceid finches. Molecular Ecology Notes 1:252-254.

Short, L. & Horne, J. 2001. Toucans, Barbets and Honeyguides. Bird Families of the World. Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford.

Sorenson, M. D. and R. B. Payne. 2001. A single ancient origin of brood parasitism in African finches: implications for host-parasite coevolution. Evolution 55:2550-2567.

Storer, R. W. 2001. A new Pliocene grebe from the Lee Creek deposits. Smithsonian Contrib. Paleobiology 90:227-232.

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Bowen, B. S. Groove-billed Ani Crotophaga sulcirostrisBirds of North America612, 1-15.

Broughton, J.M., R.D. Rampton and K. Holanda. A test of osteologically based age determination technique in the double-crested cormorant Phalacrocorax auritus. Ibis 144:143-146.

Chu, P.C. A morphological test of the monophyly of the cardueline finches (Aves: Fringillidae, Carduelinae). Cladistics 18:279-312.

Dimcheff, D. E., S. V. Drovetski & D. P. Mindell. Phylogeny of Tetraoninae and other galliform birds using mitochondrial 12S and ND2 genes. Mol. Phylogen. Evol. 24:203-215.

Houston, C. S. Spread and disappearance of the greater prairie chicken, Tympanuchus cupidio, on the Canadian prairies and adjacent areas. Canadian Field-Naturalist 116:1-21.

Johnson, N. K. Leapfrogging revisited in Andean birds: geographical variation in the tody-tyrant superspecies Poecilotriccus ruficeps and P. luluae. Ibis 144:69-84.

Dean, W. J. R. and R. B. Payne. Species accounts, Cuculus. In: Roberts Birds of Southern Africa. BirdLife Southern Africa, Johannesburg. in press.

Lahti, D. C. and A. R. Lahti. How precise is egg discrimination in weaverbirds? Animal Behaviour 63:1135-1142.

Paxinos, E. E., H. F. James, S. L. Olson, J. D. Ballou, J. A. Leonard and R. C. Fleischer. Prehistoric decline of genetic diversity in the nene. Science 296:1827.

Payne, R. B. and L. L. Payne. Begging for parental care from another species: behavioural specialization and generalization in brood-parasitic finches. In: The Evolution of Begging: Competition, Cooperation and Communication (J. Wright and M. L. Leonard, Eds.), pp. 429-450. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

Payne, R. B., K. Hustler, R. Stjernstedt, K. M. Sefc & M. D. Sorenson. Behavioural and genetic evidence of a recent population switch to a novel host species in brood parasitic indigobirds Vidua chalybeata. Ibis 145:373-383.

Renfijo, L. M., et al. (eds.). Libro Rojo de Aves de Colombia. Instituto Humboldt Colombia, Bogota.

Roth, A. J., G. S. Jones & T. W. French. Incidence of naturally-healed fractures in the pectoral bones of North American accipiters. J. Raptor Research 36:229-230.

Sorenson, M. D. and R. B. Payne. Molecular genetic perspectives on avian brood parasitism. Integrative and Comparative Biology 42.388-400.

Storer, R.W. The metazoan parasite fauna of loons (Aves: Gaviiformes), its relationship to the birds' evolutionary history and biology, and a comparison with the parasite fauna of grebes. Misc. Publ. Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan 191: 1-44.

Voelker, G. & S. L. McFarland. Molt patterns and molting grounds of Lucy’s and Virginia’s warblers: similar yet different. Wilson Bull. 114:255-263.

Yuri, T. and D. Mindell. Molecular phylogenetic analysis of Fringillidae, "New World nine-primaried oscines" (Aves: Passeriformes). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 23:229-243.

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Brooks, D. M. The role of size assortment in structuring Neotropical bird communities. Texas J. Sci. 55: 59-74.

Lahti, D. M. and R. B. Payne. Morphological and behavioural evidence of relationships of the cuckoo-finch Anomalospiza imberbis. Bull. Brit. Ornithol. Club 123: 113-125.

Lee, Sang-im, C. S. Parr, Y. Hwang, D. P. Mindell, and J.C.Choe. Phylogeny of magpies (genus Pica) inferred from mtDNA data. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, in press.

Navarro, A. G., A. T. Peterson & A. Gordillo-Martínez. Museums working together: the atlas of the birds of Mexico. Why Museums Matter: Avian Archives in an Age of Extinction. Bull. Brit. Ornithol. Club Supplement 123A: 207-225.

Pascotto, M. C. & R. J. Donatelli. Cranial osteology in Momotidae (Aves: Coraciiformes). J. Morphol. 258:32-48.

Payne, R. B. and M. D. Sorenson. Museum collections as sources of genetic data. In: Bird Collections in Europe: the Challenge of Mutual Cooperation (ed. G.Rheinwald), Bonnischer Zoologische Beitrage 51 (2002): 97-104.

Posso, S. R. Osteologia craniana de Cuculiformes (Aves) com implicações evolutivas. PhD Dissertation, Universidade Estual Paulista São Paulo, Brazil.

Rest, J. S., J. C. Ast, C. C. Austin, P. J. Waddell, E. A. Tibbetts, J. M. Hay, and D. P. Mindell.Molecular systematics of primary reptilian lineages and the tuatara mitochondrial genome. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, in press.

Rivers, J. W. and J. V. Briskie. Lack of sperm production and sperm storage by arctic-nesting shorebirds during spring migration. Ibis 145: 61-66.

Sefc, K., R. B. Payne and M. D. Sorenson. Phylogenetic relationships of African sunbird-like warblers: moho (Hypergerus atriceps), green hylia (Hylia prasina) and tit-hylia (Pholidornis rushiae). Ostrich 74: 7-16.

Sefc, K. M., R. B. Payne and M. D. Sorenson. Microsatellite amplification from museum feather samples: the effects of fragment size and template concentration on genotyping errors. Auk 120: 982-989.

Sorenson, M. D., E. Oneal, J. García-Moreno, and D. P. Mindell. More taxa, more characters: the hoatzin problem is still unresolved. Molecular Biology and Evolution 20: 1484-1499.

Sorenson, M. D., K. M. Sefc, and R. B. Payne. Speciation by host switch in brood parasitic indigobirds. Nature 424: 928-931.

Webster, J. D. Skeletal characters and the genera of blackbirds (Icteridae). Condor 105: 239-257.

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Cracraft, J., F. K. Barker, M. Braun, J. Harshman, G. J. Dyke, J. Feinstein, S. Stanley, A. Cibois, P. Schikler, P. Beresford, J. García-Moreno, M. D. Sorenson, T. Yuri & D. P. Mindell.Phylogenetic relationships among modern birds (Neornithes): toward an avian tree of life, pp. 468-489, in J. Cracraft & M. J. Donoghue (eds), Assembling the Tree of Life. Oxford University Press.

Frederick, P. C., B. Hylton, J. A. Heath & M. G. Spalding. A historical record of mercury contamination in southern Florida (USA) as inferred from avian feather tissue. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 23:1474-1478.

Payne, R. B. Genus Uraeginthus Cabanis, Genus Granatina Sharpe (species accounts), In: The Birds of Africa, vol. 7 (C. H. Fry and S. Keith, Eds.), pp 324-338. London: Christopher Helm.

Payne, R. B. Genus Lagonosticta Cabanis (species accounts), In: The Birds of Africa, vol. 7 (C. H. Fry and S. Keith, Eds.), pp 359-378. London: Christopher Helm.

Payne, R. B. Family Viduidae: whydahs, indigobirds, cuckoo-finch, in: The Birds ofAfrica, vol. 7 (C. H. Fry and S. Keith, Eds.), pp 416-450. London: Christopher Helm.

Payne, R. B. and C. R. Barlow. Songs of Mali Firefinch Lagonosticta virata and its song mimicry by brood-parasitic indigobirds in West Africa. Malimbus 26: 11-18.

Payne, R. B. & M. D. Sorenson. Behavioral and genetic identification of a hybrid Vidua: maternal origin and mate choice in a brood-parasitic finch. Auk 121: 156-161.

Sorenson, M. D., C. N. Balakrishnan and R. B. Payne. Clade-limited colonization in brood-parasitic finches (Vidua spp.). Systematic Biology 53: 140-153.

Voelker, G. Can migrants do it faster? Accelerated molt of Baird's sparrows and further insights into southwestern molting grounds. Condor 106:910-914.

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Barlow, C. R., R. B. Payne, L. L. Payne & M. D. Sorenson. White-eyed prinia Schistolais leontica in the Fouta-Djalon of Guinea, their distribution, song, and species status. African Bird Club Bulletin 13: 42-45.

Bridge, E. S., A. W. Jones & A. J. Baker. A phylogenetic framework for the terns (Sternini) inferred from mtDNA sequences: implications for taxonomy and plumage evolution. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 35: 459-469.

Dean, W. J. R. & R. B. Payne. Cuculidae (5 species accounts), firefinch (2 species accounts), whydahs and indigobirds (8 species accounts). In Roberts -- Birds of South Africa, 7th ed. (P.A.R. Hockey, W. R. J. Dean & P.G. Ryan, eds. The Trustees of the John Voelcker Bird Book Fund, Cape Town.

Dowsett, R. J. & F. Dowsett-Lemaire. Additions to the avifauna of Mali. Bull. African Bird Club 12: 125-133.

Filardi, C. E. & C. E. Smith. Molecular phylogenetics of monarch flycatchers (genus Monarcha) with emphasis on Solomon Island endemics. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 37: 776-788.

Filardi, C. E. & R. G. Moyle. Single origin of a pan-Pacific bird group and upstream colonization of Australasia. Nature 438: 216-219.

Freymann, Bernd, & K.-L. Schuchmann. Collecting history of the hummingbird genera Chaetocercus Gray, 1855, and Lophornis Lesson, 1829. Journal of Ornithology 146: 61-64.

Lahti, D. C. Evolution of bird eggs in the absence of cuckoo parasitism. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sciences 102: 180567-18062.

Lerner, H. R. L. & D. P. Mindell. Phylogeny of eagles, Old World vultures and other Accipitridae based on nuclear and mitochondrial DNA. Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution 37: 327-346.

Johnson, J. A., R. T. Watson & D. P. Mindell. Prioritizing species conservation: does the Cape Verde Kite exist? Proc. Roy. Soc. London B 272: 1365-1371.

Payne, R. B. Nestling mouth markings and colors of Old World finches Estrildidae: mimicry and coevolution of nesting finches and their Vidua brood parasites. Misc. Publ. Univ. Mich. Museum of Zoology, 194. 45 pp.

Payne, R. B. The Cuckoos: Birds Families of the World. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Payne, R. B. Little-known African bird: Mali firefinch. Bull. African Bird Club 12: 168-169.

Payne, R. B., C. R. Barlow, C. N. Balakrishnan & M. D. Sorenson. Song mimicry of black-bellied firefinch Lagonosticta rara and other finches by brood-parasitic indigobirds Vidua camerunensis in West Africa. Ibis, 147, 130-143.

Rasmussen, P. C. & J. C. Anderton. Birds of South Asia, the Ripley Guide. Volumes 1 and 2. Smithsonian Institution and Lynx Edicions, Washington, D. C., and Barcelona.

Rothschild, B. M. & R. K. Panza. Epiemiologic assessment of trauma-independent skeletal pathology in non-passerine birds from museum collections. Avian Pathology 34: 212-219.

Sefc, K. M., R. B. Payne & M. D. Sorenson. Genetic continuity of brood parasitic indigobird species. Molecular Ecology 14 :1407-1419.

Sheldon, F. H., L. A. Whittingham, R. G. Moyle, B. Slikas & D. W. Winkler. Phylogeny of swallows (Aves: Hirundinidae) estimated from nuclear and mitochondrial DNA sequences. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 35: 254-270.

Stahl, P. W. An exploratory osteological study of the Muscovy duck (Cairina moschata) (Aves: Anatidae) with implications for neotropical ornithology. J. Archaeological Science, 32: 915-929.

Wiles, G. J. A checklist of the birds and mammals of Micronesia. Micronesica 38:141-189.

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Barlow, C. R., R. B. Payne, L. L. Payne & M. D. Sorenson. Sierra Leone prinia Schistolais leontica in the Fouta-Djalon of Guinea, its distribution, song, and species status. African Bird Club Bulletin 13: 42-45.

Eisermann, K. & C. Avendaño. Diversdad de aves en Guatemala, con una lista bibliográfica. Pp. 525-623, in: E. Cano (ed.), Biodiversidad de Guatemala, vol. 1. Universidad del Valle de Guatemala, Guatemala, 674 pp.

Johnson, J. A. & P. O. Dunn. Low genetic variation in the heath hen prior to extinction and implications for the conservation of prairie-chicken populations. Conservation Genetics 7: 37-48.

Johnson, J. A., H. R. L. Lerner, P. C. Rasmussen & D. P. Mindell. Systematics within Gyps vultures: a clade at risk. BMC Evolutionary Biology 6:65. doi: 10.1186/147-2148-65.

Lahti, D. C. Persistence of egg recognition in the absence of cuckoo brood parasitism: pattern and mechanism. Evolution 60: 157-168.

Livezey, B.C. & Zusi, R.L. Higher-order phylogeny of modern birds (Theropoda, Aves: Neornithes) based on comparative anatomy. I. Methods and characters. Bulletin of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History 37: 1-556.

McNair, D. B. L. D. Yntema, C Cramer-Burke & S. L. Fromer. Recent breeding records and status review of the Ruddy Duck (Oxyura jamaicensis) on St. Croix, U. S. Virgin Islands. J. Carib. Ornithol. 19:91-96.

Organ, C. L. Thoracic epaxial muscles in living archosaurs and ornithopod dinosaurs. Anatomica Record Part A 188A: 782-793.

Payne, R. B. Indigo bunting Passerina cyanea. The Birds of North America (revised, online). , doi:10.2173/bna.4

Payne, R. B. & M. D. Sorenson. Song lines. Natural History 115(7): 41.

Sefc, K. M., Payne, R. B. & Sorenson, M. D. Single base errors in PCR products from avian museum specimens and their effect on estimates of historical genetic diversity. Conservation Genetics.

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Livezey, B. C. & Zusi, R. L. Higher-order phylogeny of modern birds (Theropoda, Aves: Neornithes) based on comparative anatomy. II. Analysis and discussion. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 149: 1-95.

Payne, R. B. & M. D. Sorenson. Integrative systematics at the species level: plumage, songs and molecular phylogeny of quailfinches Ortygospiza Bull. Brit. Ornithol. Club, 127(1): 4-26.

Sefc, K.M., Payne, R.B. and Sorenson, M.D. Genetic differentiation after founder events: an evaluation of FST estimators with empirical and simulated data. Evolutionary Ecology Research 9: 21-39.

Tello, J. G. & J. M. Bates. Molecular phylogenetics of the tody-tyrant and flatbill assemblage of tyrant flycatchers (Tyrannidae). Auk 124: 1334-154.

Sefc, K. M., R. B. Payne & M. D. Sorenson. Single base errors in PCR products from avian museum specimens and their effect on estimates of historical genetic diversity. Conservation Genetics 8 (4): 879-884.

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Svensson, L., R. Pry's-Jones, P. C. Rasmussen, & U. Olsson. 2008. Discovery of ten new specimens of large-billed reed warbler Acrocephalus orinus, and new insights into its distributional range. J. Avian Biol. 39: 605-610.

Lerner, H. R. L., M. C. Klaver, D. P. Mindell. 2008. Molecular Phylogenetics of the Buteonine Birds of Prey (Accipitridae). The Auk 125(2): 304-315.

Papavero, N., W. L. Overal, D. M. Teixeira, & J. Hinshaw. 2008. The travels of Joseph Beal Steere in Brazil, Peru and Ecuador (1870-1873). Arquivos de Zool., S. Paulo 39:87-269.

Tietze, D. T. & J. Martens. 2008. Morphometric characterisation of treecreepers (genus Certhia). J. Ornithol. 150:431-457.

Carling, M. D. and R. T. Brumfield. Haldane's rule in an avian system: using cline theory and divergence populations genetics to test for differential introgression of mitrochondiral, autosomal, and sex-linked loci across the Passerina bunting hybrid zone. Evolution 62:2600-2615.

Zuccon, D., Pasquet, E. & Ericson, P. G. P. Phylogenetic relationships among Palearctic Oriental starlings and mynas (genera Sturnus and Acridotheres: Sturnidae). Zoologica Scripta, 37:469 481.

Schuck-Paim, C., W. J. Alonso, & E. B. Ottoni. Cognition in an Ever-Changing World: Climatic Variability is Associated with Brain Size in Neotropical Parrots. Brain, Behav. Evol. 71: 200-215.



Chu, P. C., S. K. Eisenschenk, & S-T. Zhu. Skeletal morphology and the phylogeny of skuas (Aves: Charadriiformes, Stercorariidae), Zoo. J. Linnean Soc. V.157: 612-621.

Costa, Thiago Vernaschi Vieira da and Donatelli, Reginaldo José. Osteologia craniana de Nyctibiidae (Aves, Caprimulgiformes). Pap. Avulsos Zool. (São Paulo), 2009, vol.49, no.21, p.257-275.

Carling, M. D. and R. T. Brumfield. Speciation in Passerina buntings: introgression patterns of sex-linked loci identify a candidate gene region for reproductive isolation. Mol. Ecol. 18:834-847.



Berns, C. M. & D. C. Adams. Bill shape and sexual shape dimorphism between two species of temperate hummingbirds: Black-chinned Hummingbird (Archilochus alexandri) and Ruby-throated Hummingbird (A. colubris). Auk 127:626-635.

Han, K-L., M. B. Robbins & M. J. Braun. A multi-gene estimate of phylogeny in the nightjars and nighthawks (Caprimulgidae). Mol. Phylogenet. Evol. 55: 443-453.

Hanley, D., S. M. Doucet, and D. C. Dearborn. A blackmail hypothesis for the evolution of conspicuous egg coloration in birds. Auk 127(2):453-459.

Payne, R. B. Family Viduidae (Whydahs and Indigobirds). In del Hoyo et al. (eds.), Handbook of Birds of the World, vol. 15 (Weavers to New World Warblers). BirdLife/ Lynx Ediciones, Barcelona.

Payne, R. B. Family Estrildidae (Waxbills). In del Hoyo et al. (eds.), Handbook of Birds of the World, vol. 15 (Weavers to New World Warblers). BirdLife/ Lynx Ediciones, Barcelona.


Andre V. Bochkov, A. V. & B. M. Oconnor. 2013. Mites of the Subfamily Harpirhynchinae (Acariformes: Harpirhynchidae) from North American Birds.  J. Medical Entomology, 50(3):501-509.

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In Press

Payne, R. B., L. L. Payne and J.L. Woods. in prep. Breeding plumage, arrival time and mate choice in buntings.

Payne, R. B., L. L. Payne and J.L. Woods. in prep. Hatching date, heritability and variation in breeding plumage in first-year male indigo buntings.

Peterson, A. T., K. S. Bostwick, R. Bowie, M. J. Braun, R. T. Brumfield, R. T. Chesser, C. Cicero, R. W. Dickerman, S. Drovetski, J. P. Dumbach, G. R. Graves, S. Hackett, J. Klicka, I. Lovette, D. Mindell, R. Moyle, A. G. Navarro-Sigüeza, R. Payne, R. O. Prum, J. V. Remsen, N. Rice, M. B. Robbin, D. Steadman, G. Voelcker, K. Winker, C. Witt & K. Zykowski. (in prep.) Barcoding birds: doing it right. for Auk

Goodman, S. M. in press. Avian remains. In: Land of the Lake: A Settlement History of Egypt's Fayum Depression (ed. by R. Wenke and M. Lane). Undema Press, Malibu. (1996, has been 10 years since submission: Steve Goodman)

Criterion: Did the paper use or cite UMMZ and/or its curators for specimens? Or otherwise known to have used collection (e.g. Brewer et al. 1991), or deposit specimens in collection (e.g. Johnston 1971, Rappole et al. 1992).