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Ornithological Monographs (Vol 67)

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Ornithological Monographs
Avian Subspecies: Introduction 1-5.
Frances C. James
Subspecies Represent Geographically Partitioned Variation, a Gold Mine of Evolutionary Biology, and a Challenge for Conservation 6-23.
Kevin Winker
Avian Subspecies and the U.S. Endangered Species Act 24-34.
Susan M. Haig and Jesse D'Elia
Null Expectations in Subspecies Diagnosis 35-41.
Michael A. Patten
Subspecies Origination and Extinction in Birds 42-53.
Albert B. Phillimore
Subspecies are for Convenience 54-61.
John W. Fitzpatrick
Subspecies as a Meaningful Taxonomic Rank in Avian Classification 62-78.
J. V. Remsen, Jr.
Revisiting Species and Subspecies of Island Birds for a Better Assessment of Biodiversity 79-89.
H. Douglas Pratt
Phylogeography and Adaptive Plumage Evolution in Central American Subspecies of the Slate-Throated Redstart (Myioborus miniatus) 90-102.
Jorge L. Pérez-Emán, Ronald L. Mumme, and Piotr G. Jablo?ski
The Significance of Subspecies: A Case Study of Sage Sparrows (Emberizidae, Amphispiza belli) 103-113.
Carla Cicero
Rapid Evolution in Lekking Grouse: Implications for Taxonomic Definitions 114-122.
Sara J. Oyler-McCance, Judy St. John, and Thomas W. Quinn
Quantifying Subspecies Analysis: A Case Study of Morphometric Variation and Subspecies in the Woodcreeper Genus Dendrocolaptes 123-140.
Curtis A. Marantz and Michael A. Patten
Ecogeographic Variation in Cinnamon Teal (Anas cyanoptera) Along Elevational and Latitudinal Gradients 141-161.
Robert E. Wilson, Thomas H. Valqui, and Kevin G. McCracken
Alaska Song Sparrows (Melospiza melodia) Demonstrate that Genetic Marker and Method of Analysis Matter in Subspecies Assessments 162-171.
Christin L. Pruett and Kevin Winker
Avian Subspecies: Summary and Prospectus 172-175.
Susan M. Haig and Kevin Winker
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