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The Auk, Volume 105, Number 4 (1988)

4 (October)


Song Similarity Between Neighboring American Redstarts (Setophaga Ruticilla): A Statistical Analysis. 609-615.
N. L. Shackell, R. E. Lemon, D. Roff.
Genetic and Morphological Differentiation and Phylogeny in the Australo-Papuan Scrubwrens (Sericornis, Acanthizidae). 616-629.
Leslie Christidis, Richard Schodde, Peter R. Baverstock.
Distribution and Dispersal in the Piping Plover. 630-638.
Susan M. Haig, Lewis W. Oring.
Body-Size Variation and Fitness Components in Lesser Snow Geese (Chen Caerulescens Caerulescens). 639-648.
J. Chris Davies, R. F. Rockwell, Fred Cooke.
Notes and News. 648.
Breeding Biology of the Puerto Rican Sharp-Shinned Hawk (Accipiter Striatus Venator). 649-662.
Carlos A. Delannoy, Alexander Cruz.
100 Years Ago in the Auk. 662.
On the Origin of Darwin's Finches. 663-671.
Luis F. Baptista, Pepper W. Trail.
Adjustment of Parental Investment With Mate Quality By Male Yellow-Headed Blackbirds (Xanthocephalus Xanthocephalus). 672-680.
David F. Gori.
Morphometrics of Flightlessness in the Alcidae. 681-698.
Bradley C. Livezey.
Early Growth and Development of the Common Barn-Owl's Facial Ruff. 699-705.
Tim Haresign, Andrew Moiseff.
Field Metabolism of Tree Swallows During the Breeding Season. 706-714.
Joseph B. Williams.
Seed Handling Ability, Bill Structure, and the Cost of Specialization For Crossbills. 715-719.
Craig W. Benkman.
Prey Dynamics and the Breeding Phenology of Common Terns (Sterna Hirundo). 720-726.
Carl Safina, Joanna Burger.
Winter Survival and Territory Acquisition in a Northern Population of Black-Capped Chickadees. 727-736.
The Costs and Benefits of Egg Destruction By Conspecifics in Colonial Cliff Swallows. 737-748.
Charles R. Brown, Mary Bomberger Brown.
Erratum. 748.
An Analysis of Function in the Formation Flight of Canada Geese. 749-755.
John P. Badgerow.
Assessing Population Trends of New Hampshire Forest Birds: Local Vs. Regional Patterns. 756-768.
Richard T. Holmes, Thomas W. Sherry.
In Memoriam: Hans Albert Hochbaum. 769-770.
C. Stuart Houston.
In Memoriam: John Davis, 1916-1986. 770-771.
Charles G. Sibley, Frank A. Pitelka.
In Memoriam: S. 772.
S. Dillon Ripley.
Reviews. 809-828.
Index to Volume 105. 829-844.


Genetic Distance and Hybridization of Black Ducks and Mallards: A Morph of a Different Color?. 804-807.
G. R. Hepp, J. M. Novak, K. T. Scribner, P. W. Stangel.
Response to Hepp Et Al.. 807-808.
C. Davison Ankney, Darrel G. Dennis.
Are Weekend Data Suspect?. 808.
Robert P. Yunick.
Response to R. P. Yunick. 808.
D. James Mountjoy, Raleigh J. Robertson.


Letter of Transmittal. 803.
Alan H. Brush.

Short Communications

Museum Collections As a Source of Dna For Studies of Avian Phylogeny. 773-776.
Peter Houde, Michael J. Braun.
Application of Synaptonemal Complex Techniques For Determination of Diploid Number and Chromosomal Morphology in Birds. 776-779.
David W. Hale, Elizabeth J. Ryder, Philip D. Sudman, Ira F. Greenbaum.
Influence of Desert Nesting and Foraging Distance on Growth Rates in Gray Gulls (Larus Modestus). 779-783.
Carlos G. Guerra, Lloyd C. Fitzpatrick, Roberto E. Aguilar.
Molt of Primaries and Age Determination in Tengmalm's Owl (Aegolius Funereus). 783-789.
Birger H.
Selectivity and Ecological Consequences of Cavity Nesters Using Natural Vs. Artificial Nest Sites. 789-791.
Jeffrey D. Brawn.
Nonparental Attendants in a North-Temperate Migrant. 792-793.
Michael Kaspari, Helen O'Leary.
Sex Ratios of Fledgling Golden Eagles. 793-796.
Thomas C. Edwards Jr., Michael W. Collopy, Karen Steenhof, Michael N. Kochert.
Soil Analyses and 13 C/12 C Ratios Identify Sites of Deserted Rockhopper Penguin Colonies. 796-799.
P. J. Moors, T. W. Speir, G. L. Lyon.
Food Supplement Effects on Breeding Time and Harem Size in the Red-Winged Blackbird (Agelaius Phoeniceus). 799-802.
Peter H. Wimberger.
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