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Ornitología Neotropical, Volume 10, Number 2 (1999)

Ornitologia Neotropical


DNA Evidence Concerning the Identities of Crax Viridirostris Sclater, 1875, and C. Estudilloi Allen, 1977. 129-144plate 1.
LeoJoseph, Beth Slikas, Karen Rankin-Baransky, Goldgiv Bazartseren, Deryn Alpers and Albert Earl Gilbert
Nest Concealment and Its Relationship to Predation and Reproductive Success in the Magellanic Penguin At Its Southern-Most Continental Colony. 145-150.
Patricia Gandini, Esteban Frere and Dee Boersma
Distribution, Relative Abundance, and Prehistory of Birds on the Taraco Peninsula, Bolivian Altiplano. 151-178.
Adam M. Kent, Tom Webber and David W. Steadman
Growth Rates in the Black Swift: Temperate Versus Tropical Comparisons. 179-192.
Manuel Marin
Comparative Life History of Cotingas in the Northern Peruvian Amazon. 193-206.
Daniel M. Brooks, Lucio Pando-Vasquez and Angel Ocmin-Petit
The Weights of Neotropical Birds. 207-210.
Francois Vuilleumier
Nesting Observations of the Yellow-Headed Caracara in the Cerrado Region of Brazil. 211-216.
Carl A. Johansson, Eric T. Linder, Clayton M. White and Jose Carlos Lyra Fleury
Pesos Y Distribucion De Aves Del Sotobosque Del Parque Nacional Henri Pittier Al Norte De Venezuela. 217-232.
Carlos Verea, Alecio Solorzano and Fernandez Badillo
Growth of a Neotropical Tyrannid: the Cinnamon Flycatcher (Pyrrhomyias Cinnamomea). 233-238.
Thomas P. Ryan and Charles T. Collins
First Record of a Bare-Throated Tiger-Heron (Tigrisoma Mexicanum) Nesting on a Cliff Ledge. 239-240.
Aaron J. Baker, Oscar A. Aguirre-Barrera and Clayton M.White
Book Reviews 241-244.
Index to Volume 10, 1999 I-X.
Reviewers For Ornitologia Neotropical, Volume 10 XI.
News -- Noticias XII.

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