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Ornitología Neotropical, Volume 23, Supplement (2012)

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Ornitologia Neotropical
Year: 
2012
Volume: 
23
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Supplement

CONTENTS

A DECADE OF PROGRESS (2001-2010): OVERVIEW OF DISTRIBUTIONAL RECORDS OF BIRDS IN MAINLAND ECUADOR. 1-7.
Alejandro Solano-Ugalde and Juan F. Freile.
SEED DISPERSAL BY NEOTROPICAL BIRDS: EMERGING PATTERNS AND UNDERLYING PROCESSES. 9-23.
Jordan Karubian, Luke Browne, Carlos Bosque, Tomas Carlo, Mauro Galetti, Bette A. Loiselle, John G. Blake, Domingo Cabrera, Renata Durães, Fábio M. Labecca, Kimberly M. Holbrook, Richard Holland, Walter Jetz, Franz Kümmeth, Jorge Olivo, Kym Ottewell, Gianni Papadakis0, Gonzalo Rivas1, Silke Steiger, Bryson Voirin, and Martin Wikelski.
SEASONAL BODY MASS CHANGES IN SIX FOREST PASSERINES OF SOUTHERN CHILE. 25-34.
Steven M. McGehee, Phineas Hamilton, Branden Beatty, Jack. C. Eitniear and Barry W. Glickman.
EFECTOS POTENCIALES DEL CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO EN LA DISTRIBUCIÓN DE COLIBRÍES: UN ESTUDIO DE CASO CON ESPECIE S DE LOS GÉNEROS. 35-48.
Amazilia Y Cynanthus. Carlos Lara, Teresa Patricia Feria- Arroyo, Jon Dale, Jesús Muñoz, María del Coro Arizmendi, Juan Francisco Ornelas, Raúl Ortíz-Pulido, Claudia Isabel Rodríguez- Flores, Román Díaz-Valenzuela, Vanessa Martínez-García, Anaid Díaz-Palacios, Ruth Partida, Paula L. Enríquez, José Luis Rangel-Salazar & Jorge Schondube
HOW MANY PLANT SPECIE S DO HUMMINGBIRDS VISIT?. 49-54.
María del Coro Arizmendi & Claudia Rodríguez-Flores.
PHYLOGENETIC RELATION SHIPS WITHIN THE GENUS EUPHERUSA INFERRED FRO M mtDNA SEQUENCES. 55-61.
SBlanca E. Hernández-Baños, Luz E. Zamudio-Beltrán, Jaime García-Moreno & Luis E. Eguiarte.
POLLINATION NETWORK OF A HERMIT HUMMINGBIRD COMMUNITY (TROCHILIDAE, PHAETHORNITHINAE) AND THEIR NECTAR RESOURCE S IN THE COLOMBIAN AMAZON. 63-78.
Claudia Rodríguez-Flores, F. Gary Stiles & María del Coro Arizmendi
DIFFERENCES IN NECTAR USE POTENTIAL IN A GUILD OF BIRDS: A GUT’S VIEW. 79-95.
Jorge E. Schondube.
THE ROLE OF COMPETITION IN STRUCTURING TROPICAL BIRD COMMUNITIES. 97-106.
Jill E. Jankowski, Catherine H. Graham, Juan Luis Parra, Scott K. Robinson, Nathalie Seddon, Janeene M. Touchton, & Joseph A. Tobias
CRITICAL PARAMETERS FOR PSITTACINE CONSERVATION: A SYMPOSIUM OVERVIEW. 107-111.
Donald J. Brightsmith & Thomas H. White, Jr.
Diversification of the Neotropical Av ifauna: disentangling the geographical patterns of persisting ancient taxa and phylogenetic expansions. 113-127.
Jon Fjeldså
DOCUMENTAN DO ESTRATEGIA S DE MUDA EN AVES NEOTROPICALE S: EJEMPLO S DE LA SIERRA NEVADA DE SANTA MARTA , COLOMBIA. 129-138.
Gómez, Camila; Botero-Delgadillo, Esteban; Bayly, Nicholas J.; Moreno, Maria I. y Páez, Carlos Andrés.
MOLT -REPRO DUCTION OVERLAP IN BIRDS OF CERRADO AND ATLANTIC FOREST, BRAZIL. 139-150.
Piratelli, Augusto
PROGRESS IN OUR UNDERSTANDING OF MOLT PATTERNS IN CENTRAL AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN LANDBIRDS. 151-157.
Jared D. Wolfe and Peter Pyle
PL UMAGE MATURATION IN BROOD PARASITIC SCREAMING AND SHINY COWBIRDS. 159-167.
Cynthia Ursino, Carolina Facchinetti and Juan Carlos Reboreda
USING MOLT AND PLUMAGE CYCLES TO AGE TROPICAL : UPDATE S AND RECENT ADVANCES. 169-174.
Jared D. Wolfe, T. Brandt Ryder, Peter Pyle and E. I. Johnson
MUDA DE LAS AVES DEL BOSQUE NUBLADO DE RANCHO GRANDE, AL NORTE DE VENEZUELA. 175-186.
C. Sainz-Borgo y M. Lentino.
TOWARDS AN INTEGRATE D HISTORICAL BIOGEOGRAPHY OF THE NEOTROPICAL LOWLAND AVIFAUNA: COMBINING DIVERSIFICATION ANALYSIS AND LANDSCAPE EVOLUTION. 187-206.
Camila C. Ribas, Marcos Maldonado-Coelho, Brian Tilston Smith, Gustavo S. Cabanne, Fernando M. d’Horta, Luciano N. Naka
ECOLOGÍA Y CONSERVACIÓN DE LOS BÚHOS CHILENOS: AVANCES Y DESAFÍOS DE INVESTIGACIÓN. 207-217.
Ricardo A. Figueroa R. & Sergio Alvarado O.
BÚHOS DE ARGENTINA : ESTADO DE CONSERVACIÓN Y PRIORIDADES DE INVESTIGACIÓN. 219-226.
Ana Trejo, María Susana Bó, & Laura Biondi
ESTA DO DEL CONOCIMIENTO SOBRE LA ECOLOGÍA Y BIOLOGÍA DE BÚHOS EN BRASIL. 227-234.
José Carlos Motta-Junior & Ana Cláudia Rocha Braga
ESTA DO DEL CONOCIMIENTO, DISTRIBUCIÓN Y CONSERVACI ÓN DE AVES RAPACES NOCTURNAS EN ECUADOR. 235-244.
Juan F. Freile, Diego F. Castro & Santiago Varela
LOS BÚHOS DE MÉXICO Y CENTROAMÉRICA: NECESIDADES EN INVESTIGACIÓN Y CONSERVACIÓN. 245-258.
Paula L. Enríquez, Knut Eisermann & Heimo Mikkola.
THE IMPORTANCE OF NEOTROPICAL SUBOSCINE BIRDS AS STUDY SYSTEMS IN ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION. 259-272.
J. A. Tobias, J. D. Brawn, R. T. Brumfield, E. P. Derryberry, A. N. G. Kirschel, N. Seddon
CERULEAN WARBLER TECHNICAL GRO UP: COORDINATING INTERNATIONAL RESEARC H AND CONSERVATION. 273-279.
Deanna K. Dawson, T. Bently Wigley, & Patrick D. Keyser.
BREEDING SEASON CONCERNS AND RESPON SE TO FOREST MANAGE MENT: CAN FOREST MANAGE MENT PRO DUCE MORE BREEDING BIRDS? 281-284.
J.L. Larkin, P.B. Wood, T.J. Boves, J. Sheehan, D.A. Buehler, P.D. Keyser, A.D. Rodewald, T.A. Beachy, M.H. Bakermans, A. Evans, G.A. George, M.E. McDermott, F. L. Newell, K.A. Perkins, M. White, & T.B. Wigley
CERULEAN WARBLER (SETOPHAGA CERULEA) SPRING MIGRATION STOPOVER IN NORTHERN MIDDLE AMERICA. 285-301.
Melinda J. Welton, David L. Anderson, Gabriel J. Colorado, Paul B. Hamel, & Diego Calderón-F.
ADVANCING OUR UNDERSTANDING OF THE NON-BREEDING DISTRIBUTION OF CERULEAN WARBLER (SETOPHAGA CERULEA) IN THE ANDES. 303-311.
Gabriel J. Colorado, Paul B. Hame, Amanda D. Rodewald, & David Mehlman.
CONSERVATION PLANNING AND ACCO MPLI SHMENTS FOR PROTECTION OF CERULEAN WARBLER (SETOPHAGA CERULEA) NONBREEDING HABITAT. 313-323.
Benjamin Skolnik, David Wiedenfeld, Randy Dettmers, Constantino Aucca, Lina Daza, Heidy Valle, Francisco Sornoza, Javier Robayo, David Diaz, Jane Fitzgerald, Daniel Lebbin, & Paul B. Hamel.
INTEGRATING CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT, SPECIES PROTECTION , AND ECONOMIC VIABILITY INTO SUSTAINABLE LAND USE PRACTICES FOR THE CERULEAN WARBLER (SETOPHAGA CERULEA) IN THE APPALACHIAN AND NORTHERN ANDES MOUNTAINS. 325-330.
Brian W. Smith, Jorge Botero, Jeff L. Larkin, Amanda D. Rodewald, Petra B. Wood, Patrick N. Angel, & Scott E. Eggerud.
CERULEAN WARBLER (SETOPHAGA CERULEA) RESPONSE TO CHANGES IN FOREST STRUCTURE IN INDIANA. 331-337.
Kamal Islam, Jennifer Wagner, Ryan Dibala, Margaret MacNeil, Kyle Kaminski, & Lila (Prichard) Young.
CONSERVANDO EL HÁBITAT INVERNAL DE LA REINITA CERÚLEA (SETOPHAGA CERULEA) EN ECUADOR. 339-346.
Tatiana Santander G., Adrián Soria & Esteban A. Guevara
POP ULATION DISTRIBUTION, DENSITY AND HABITAT PRE FERENCE OF THE CERULEAN WARBLER (SETOPHAGA CERULEA) IN THE DELAWARE WATER GAP NATIONAL RECREATION AREA. 347-353.
Shannon Curley, Terry Master, & Gregory George.
FORAGING ECOLOGY OF THE CERULEAN WARBLER (SETOPHAGA CERULEA) IN ANDEAN AGRO FORESTRY ECOSYSTEMS. 355-362.
Jenny M. Muñoz & Gabriel J. Colorado
PA SSING THE BATON OF ACTION FRO M RESEARC H TO CONSERVATION IMPLE MENTATION FOR CERULEAN WARBLER (SETOPHAGA CERULEA). 363-374.
Paul B. Hamel, David Mehlman, Sebastian Herzog, Kenneth V. Rosenberg, & Jason Jones.
NEWS–NOTICIAS–NOTíCIAS. 375-376.
 
PREFERRED HABITAT OF THE BLACK-THROATED BOBWHITE COLINUS NIGROGULARIS IN THE MANATEE FOREST RESERVE, BELIZE. 389-397.
Celeshia Guy & Jack C. Eitniear.
MARIA KOEPCKE AND HER CONTRIBUTION TO PERU AND NEOTROPICAL ORNITHOLOGY. 399-404.
Grace Servat, Irma Franke & John Terborgh.
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