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The Auk, Volume 115, Number 2 (1998)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Auk
Year: 
1998
Volume: 
115
Issue: 
2 (April)

CONTENTS

Hybridization in Birds. 281-283.
Frank B. Gill.
Three Hybrid Zones Between Hermit and Townsend's Warblers in Washington and Oregon. 284-310.
Sievert Rohwer, Christopher Wood.
Brood Survival and Recruitment of Mallards in Relation to Wetland Density and Hatching Date. 311-318.
Elston H. Dzus, Robert G. Clark.
Do Seeds Hinder Digestive Processing of Fruit Pulp? Implications For Plant/Frugivore Mutualisms. 319-326.
Mark C. Witmer.
Ecological Factors Affecting Group and Territory Size in White-Throated Magpie-Jays. 327-339.
Tom A. Langen, Sandra L. Vehrencamp.
Effects of Clutch Size and Timing of Breeding on Reproductive Success of Greater Rheas. 340-348.
Gustavo J. Fern.
Postfledging Dispersal, Habitat Use, and Home-Range Size of Juvenile Wood Thrushes. 349-358.
Angela D. Anders, John Faaborg, Frank R. Thompson Iii.
A Glycoalkaloid in Ripe Fruit Deters Consumption By Cedar Waxwings. 359-367.
Douglas J. Levey, Martin L. Cipollini.
Blackfly-Induced Mortality of Nestling Red-Tailed Hawks. 368-375.
Roger N. Smith, Steven L. Cain, Stanley H. Anderson, Jeffrey R. Dunk, Elizabeth S. Williams.
Effects of Habitat and Invertebrate Density on Abundance and Foraging Behavior of Brown-Headed Cowbirds. 376-385.
Dana L. Morris, Frank R. Thompson Iii.
Short-Range and Long-Range Songs: Use of Two Acoustically Distinct Song Classes By Dark-Eyed Juncos. 386-393.
Russell C. Titus.
Molecular Systematics of the Scaled Quail Complex (Genus Callipepla). 394-403.
Robert M. Zink, Rachelle C. Blackwell.
Abiotic Factors As Predictors of Distribution in Southern African Bulbuls. 404-411.
Penn Lloyd, Antony R. Palmer.
Systematic Relationships Among the Emberizid Sparrows. 412-424.
Michael A. Patten, Michael Fugate.
Responses of Avian Assemblages to a Natural Edge in a Chaco Semiarid Forest in Argentina. 425-435.
Javier Lopez De Casenave, Juan Pablo Pelotto, Sandra M. Caziani, Myriam Mermoz, Jorge Protomastro.
Ecological Significance of Brood-Site Fidelity in Black Brant: Spatial, Annual, and Age-Related Variation. 436-446.
Mark S. Lindberg, James S. Sedinger.
Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Nest-Cavity Selection: Relationships With Cavity Age and Resin Production. 447-454.
Richard N. Conner, Daniel Saenz, D. Craig Rudolph, William G. Ross, David L. Kulhavy.
Evolution of Nest-Building Behavior in Agapornis Parrots. 455-464.
Jessica R. Eberhard.
In Memoriam: Roger Tory Peterson, 1908-1996. 465-469.
Susan Roney Drennan.
In Memoriam: Helmut Sick, 1910-1991. 470-472.
Fran.
Reviews. 544-553.
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100 Years Ago in the Auk. 554.
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Supplement 1 - Recent Ornithological Literature. s0001-s0045.
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Short Communications

Ecological Neighborhoods in Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Populations. 473-478.
R. Todd Engstrom, Grzegorz Mikusinski.
What Is the Function of First Eggs in Crested Penguins?. 478-482.
Colleen Cassady St. Clair.
Natal Philopatry and Close Inbreeding in Cory's Shearwater (Calonectris Diomedea). 483-486.
Corinne Rabouam, Jean-Claude Thibault, Vincent Bretagnolle.
Chipmunks Use Leverage to Eat Oversized Eggs: Support For the Use of Quail Eggs in Artificial Nest Studies. 486-489.
David P. Craig.
Chick Recognition in American Avocets: A Chick-Exchange Study. 490-494.
Szabolcs Lengyel, Julie A. Robinson, Lewis W. Oring.
Implications of Frequent Habitat Switches in Foraging Bar-Tailed Godwits. 494-497.
Brian J. Mccaffery.
Frequency of Extrapair Young Increases in Second Broods of Eastern Phoebes. 497-502.
Kelvin F. Conrad, Raleigh J. Robertson, Peter T. Boag.
An Application of O'Connor's Brood-Reduction Model. 502-507.
Melinda S. Labranche.
Reproductive Success of Belding's Savannah Sparrows in a Highly Fragmented Landscape. 508-513.
Abby N. Powell, Christine L. Collier.
Response of Eastern Willets (Catoptrophorus S. Semipalmatus) to Vocalizations of Eastern and Western (C. S. Inornatus) Willets. 514-518.
Hector D. Douglas Iii.
Size-Selective Predation By a Specialist Forager, the Roseate Tern. 519-525.
David A. Shealer.
Female Ad. 526-528.
F. M. Hunter, L. S. Davis.
Wife-Sharing" in the Tasmanian Native Hen (Gallinula Mortierii): Is It Caused By a Male-Biased Sex Ratio?". 528-532.
Anne W. Goldizen, Alan R. Goldizen, David A. Putland, David M. Lambert, Craig D. Millar,
A New Intrageneric Dendroica Hybrid From Hispaniola. 533-537.
Steven C. Latta, Kenneth C. Parkes, Joseph M. Wunderle, Jr.
Allozymic and Morphometric Comparisons Among Indigo and Lazuli Buntings and Their Hybrids. 537-542.
Myron C. Baker, Michael S. Johnson.
Erratum: Weathers (1997). 543.
Wesley W. Weathers.
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