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Ecological and behavioural evidence for the systematic status of New Zealand oystercatchers (Charadriiformes:Haematopodidae)

Allan J. Baker

Ecological and behavioural evidence for the systematic status of New Zealand oystercatchers (Charadriiformes:Haematopodidae)

by Allan J. Baker

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Published by Royal Ontario Museum in [Toronto .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Zealand,
  • New Zealand.
    • Subjects:
    • Oystercatchers -- New Zealand -- Classification.,
    • Variable oystercatcher.,
    • Chatham Islands oystercatcher.,
    • Birds -- New Zealand.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 32-34.

      Statement[by] Allan J. Baker.
      GenreClassification.
      SeriesLife sciences contribution, 96, Life sciences contributions ;, no. 96.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL1 .T65 no. 96, QL696.C452 .T65 no. 96
      The Physical Object
      Pagination34 p.
      Number of Pages34
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4927991M
      ISBN 100888541384
      LC Control Number76354537

      New England, Armidale, NSW , Australia.)The conservation status of bird species in northeastern NSW is assessed. Of these, 45 species were probably never abundant in the area, even prior to habitat clearance and fragmentation resulting from modern agricultural practice. Behavioural and genetic evidence of a recent population switch to a novel host species in brood parasitic indigobirds Vidua chalybeata. Ibis Ibis Renfijo, L. M., et al. (eds.).

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Ecological and Behavioural Evidence of the Systematic Status of New Zealand Oystercatchers (Charadriiformes: Haematopodidae). Royal Ontario Museum, The University of Toronto Press, Ontario, Canada,ROM, Life Sciences Contributions, Number 34 pages with 11 figures.

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