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atlas of speciation in African passerine birds

B. P. Hall

atlas of speciation in African passerine birds

by B. P. Hall

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Published by British Museum (National History) in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Africa.
    • Subjects:
    • Passeriformes -- Africa.,
    • Birds -- Africa.,
    • Birds -- Geographical distribution.,
    • Birds -- Speciation.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby B. P. Hall and R. E. Moreau; foreword by Ernst Mayr.
      Series[British Museum (Natural History)] Publication, no. 680, Publication (British Museum (Natural History)), no. 680.
      ContributionsMoreau, Reginald Ernest, 1897-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL696.P2 H3
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 421 p., plate.
      Number of Pages421
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5162845M
      ISBN 100565006800
      LC Control Number74551092

      Avian Review is for bird book enthusiasts. It shows, by region, various books that are current, antique, or simply unique. Sampel pages are provided to help the reader to determine if the book may be of interest to purchase. A brief summary or a longer review will ultimately be provided for each book. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. xii preparing the cover of the book—Alan Harris, who painted the bird illustrations, and Mich Boyt, who designed and prepared the collage of African habitats and people. basis for those subsequently published in the Atlas of speciation in African passerine birds. A number of individuals also provided.

      The bird fauna of the Nile ranges from cosmopolitan species, such as the Osprey (Pandion haliaetus) and Moorhen (Gallinula chloropus), to endemic species with limited distributions, such as the Blue-winged Goose (Cyanochen cyano-pterus), which is confined to the Ethiopian are great differences in the status of birds of different by: 1. treatment of Snow (, "An Atlas of Speciation in African Non-passerine Birds," London), with recog- nition of some new superspecies but abandonment of the .

      texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open Library. David Snow edited The Ibis, Bird Study and the Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club. An Atlas of Speciation in African Non-Passerine Birds. British Museum Press. Manakins in Perrins, Christopher The Firefly Encyclopedia of Birds. Firefly Books. pp. –


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London: British Museum (National History) MLA Citation. Hall, B. and Moreau, Reginald Ernest. An atlas of speciation in African passerine birds, by B. Hall and R. Moreau; foreword by Ernst Mayr British Museum (National History) London Australian/Harvard Citation. Mist-netting by PB at Pointe lndienne (04°45'S 11°48'E) revealed the presence of this species on 5 Decemberas well as during subsequent visits, on 19 December and 23 May P.

subpersonatus was also mist-netted at Pointe Noire (04°48'S 11°51 'E) on various dates between 16 January and 14 March A total of 50 individuals was measured (16 adult males, 20 adult females. Atlas of speciation in African non-passerine birds - addenda and corrigenda.

By D W Snow. Abstract. Volume: 99Start Page: 66End Page: 6 Publisher: London:British Ornithologists\u27 Club,Year: OAI identifier: oai::part/ Author: D W Snow.

Now there are likely to be close to 10, recognized extant species of birds, and many times that number that have gone extinct over the past million years or so since the first know fossil bird, Archeopteryx. Speciation in Birds is an authoritative synthesis on the behavioral and genetic causes and consequences of speciation in birds.

Atlas of speciation in African non-passerine birds-addenda and corrigenda 2. By D W Snow and M Louette. Abstract. Volume: Start Page: End Page: 33 Publisher: London:British Ornithologists\u27 Club,Year: OAI identifier: oai::part/ Author: D W Snow and M Louette. Hall (B.P. & Moreau R.E.). An Atlas of Speciation in African Passerine Birds, published Trustees.

In Printed Books, Travel & Natural History, Maps. An Atlas of Speciation of African Passerine Birds. The British Museum of Natural History, London Horsbrugh B The Game-Birds and Water-Fowl of South Africa The Red-necked and Swainson's. £ AN ATLAS OF SPECIATION IN AFRICAN NON-PASSERINE BIRDS Written by David W.

Snow. Stock no. Published by British Museum. 1st. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Atlas of speciation in African non-passerine birds.

London: British Museum (Natural History), (OCoLC) It was the first of several such trips that yielded new species for the museum. Hall did the lion’s share of the work (with Reg Moreau) on a colossal eight-year project that resulted in An Atlas of Speciation in African Passerine Birds that covered species.

The book was the first of its kind for the birds of Africa. The atlas of southern African birds. Vol. 1: Non-passerines. BirdLife South Africa, Johannesburg. RoggebaaiSouth Africa Printing and binding: CTP Book Printers Ltd, P.O. BoxParow EastSouth Africa.

Contents Volume 1 ground to the Southern African Bird Atlas File Size: KB.The Atlas of the Birds of Sul do Save, Southern Mozambique. () Published by the Avian Demography Unit, Cape Town and the Endangered Wildlife Trust, Johannesburg.

PARKER, V. chapter on Mozambique pp - in FISHPOOL, L.D.C. and EVANS M.I. editors () Important Bird Areas in Africa and Associated Islands: Priority sites for conservation.

He then became head of the Natural History Museum's bird section () and wrote sections for Peters' Checklist of Birds of the World, edited An Atlas of Speciation in African Non-passerine Author: Howard Ginn.