A classification of the bird species of South America

 

South American Classification Committee

 

American Ornithologists' Union

 

Description: auk

 

Literature Cited

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(DRAFT: incomplete and not yet consistently formatted)
(many references not yet cited in the list)

 

Literature Cited M–Z

 

Special thanks to Tjeerd Jongeling for additions and corrections

 

 

 

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AINLEY, D. G.  1983.  Further notes on variation in Leach's Storm-Petrel.  Auk 100: 230–233.

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AMADON, D.  1949.  Notes on the genus Harpyhaliaetus.  Auk 66: 53–56.

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AMADON, D.  1954.  On the correct names for the caracaras and for the Long-winged Harrier.  Auk 71: 203.

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AMADON, D.  1963.  Comparison of fossil and recent species: some difficulties.  Condor 65: 407–409.

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AMADON, D.  1970.  Variation in the trachea of the Cracidae (Galliformes) in relation to their classification.  Natural History Bulletin Siam. Soc. 23: 239–248.

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AMADON, D., AND G. WOOLFENDEN.  1952.  Notes on the Mathew’s collection of Australian birds: the order Ciconiiformes.  American Museum Novitates 1564: 1–16.

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