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The Auk, Volume 99, Number 3 (1982)

3 (July)


Acoustical Location of Prey by the Marsh Hawk: Adaptation to Concealed Prey. 403-413.
William R. Rice.
Behavior, Morphology, and Systematics of the Flammulated Flycatcher of M. 414-423.
Wesley E. Lanyon.
The Energetic Significance of Huddling Behavior in Common Bushtits (Psaltriparus Minimus). 424-430.
Susan B. Chaplin.
Monophyly of the Passeriformes: Test of a Phylogenetic Hypothesis. 431-445.
Robert J. Raikow.
Structural Changes in Song Ontogeny in the Swamp Sparrow Melospiza Georgiana. 446-458.
Peter Marler, Susan Peters.
Notes and News. 458-473.
Predation and Coloniality in Cliff Swallows (Petrochelidon Pyrrhonota). 459-467.
Gerald S. Wilkinson, Gregory M. English-Loeb.
Factors Determining Seasonal Changes in Attendance At Colonies of the Thick-Billed Murre Uria Lomvia. 468-473.
A. J. Gaston, D. N. Nettleship.
Syringeal Mechanics Reassessed: Evidence From Streptopelia. 474-494.
Asbot S. Gaunt, Sandra L. L. Gaunt, Richard M. Casey.
Coat Color, Solar Heat Gain, and Conspicuousness in the Phainopepla. 495-502.
Glenn E. Walsberg.
The Structure of Western Warbler Assemblages: Ecomorphological Analysis of the Black-Throated Gray and Hermit Warblers. 503-513.
Michael L. Morrison.
Karyotypes of Six Species of North American Blackbirds (Icteridae: Passeriformes). 514-518.
Holly H. Hobart, Scott J. Gunn, John W. Bickham.
A Test for Conspecific Egg Discrimination in Three Species of Colonial Passerine Birds. 519-525.
Glen A. Lanier, Jr.
Ecological and Social Factors Affecting Hatchability of Eggs. 526-536.
Walter D. Koenig.
Song Dialects and Mate Selection in Montane White-Crowned Sparrows. 537-547.
Luis F. Baptista, Martin L. Morton.
Observational Learning of Food Aversions in Red-Winged Blackbirds (Agelaius Phoeniceus). 548-554.
J. Russell Mason, Russell F. Reidinger.
Polygyny, Male Parental Care, and Sex Ratio in Song Sparrows: An Experimental Study. 555-564.
James N. M. Smith, Yoram Yom-Tov, Richard Moses.
Shell-Dropping Behavior of Western Gulls (Larus Occidentalis). 565-569.
John L. Maron.
In Memoriam: Edgar Gustav Franz Sauer. 570-572.
Oliver L. Austin, Jr.
Book Reviews. 616-622.


Forum: Avian Subspecies in the 1980's. 593.
John A. Wiens.
Of What Use Are Subspecies?. 593-595.
Ernst Mayr.
Subspecific Taxonomy: Unfashionable Does Not Mean Irrelevant. 596-598.
Kenneth C. Parkes.
Might There Be a Resurrection of the Subspecies?. 598-599.
Frank B. Gill.
Subspecies and the Study of Geographic Variation. 599-601.
Robert W. Storer.
Geographic Variation, Predictiveness, and Subspecies. 601-603.
George F. Barrowclough.
The Subspecies Concept: Then, Now, and Always. 603-604.
Wesley E. Lanyon.
Retain Subspecies--At Least for the Time Being. 605-606.
Ned K. Johnson.
Infraspecific Geographic Variation and the Subspecies Concept. 606-608.
Richard L. Zusi.
A Modern Concept of the Subspecies. 608-609.
Burt L. Monroe, Jr.
The Subspecies Concept in the 1980's. 609-612.
John P. O'Neill.
Subspecies and Species: Fundamentals, Needs, and Obstacles. 612-615.
Alan R. Phillips.

Short Communications

Function of the Bill and Tongue in Nectar Uptake by Hummingbirds. 573-576.
Paul W. Ewald, William A. Williams.
Tarsometatarsus of Protostrix From the Mid-Eocene of Wyoming. 576-579.
Pat V. Rich.
A Reevaluation of the Pliocene Owl Lechusa Stirtoni Miller. 580-581.
Robert M. Chandler.
Evidence for Wintering and Resident Populations of Swainson's Flycatcher (Myiarchus Swainsoni) in Northern Suriname. 581-582.
Wesley E. Lanyon.
Radio-Instrumented Mourning Dove Preyed Upon by Gray Rat Snake. 583.
R. E. Mirarchi, R. R. Hitchcock.
Aggressive Response of Red-Winged Blackbirds to Mockingbird Song Imitation. 584-586.
Eliot A. Brenowitz.
Reproductive Synchrony and Predator Satiation: An Analogy Between the Darling Effect in Birds and Mast Fruiting in Plants. 586-587.
Michael Gochfeld.
Absence of Wing-Spreading Behavior in the Antarctic Blue-Eyed Shag (Phalacrocorax Atriceps Bransfieldensis). 588-589.
Neil P. Bernstein, Stephen J. Maxson.
Immanuel Kant and the Song of the House Sparrow. 590-591.
Wolfgang Wickler.
Nest-Sharing by a Lark Sparrow. 591-592.
Diana K. Crowell, Charles C. Carpenter, David G. Huffman.
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