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David A. PRIETO-TORRES, Octavio R. ROJAS-SOTO, Diego SANTIAGO-ALARCON, Elisa BONACCORSO, Adolfo G. NAVARRO-SIGÜENZA

Diversity, endemism, species turnover and relationships among avifauna of Neotropical seansonly dry forests

Volume 66.2, 2019, 257-277. Research articles.

Pablo Germán BRANDOLIN, Pedro Gerardo BLENDINGER and Juan José CANTERO

From relict saline wetlands to new ecosystems: changes in bird assemblages

Volume 63.2, 2016, 329-348. Research articles.

Galo BUITRÓN-JURADO and VIRGINIA SANZ

Notes on the diet of the endemic red-eared parakeet Pyrrhura hoematotis and other Venezuelan montane parrots

Volume 63.2, 2016, 357-367. Short communications.

Verónica L. D’AMICO, Patricia M. GONZÁLEZ, R. I. Guy MORRISON and Allan J. BAKER

Reverse movements of red knots Calidris canutus during northward migration in Argentina

Volume 61.1, 2014, 63-76. Research articles.

M. Cecilia SAGARIO and Víctor R. CUETO

Seasonal space use and territory size of resident sparrows in the central Monte Desert, Argentina

Volume 61.1, 2014, 153-159. Short communications.

Matías Guillermo PRETELLI, Juan Pablo ISACCH and Daniel Augusto CARDONI

Year-round abundance, richness and nesting of the bird assemblage of tall grasslands in the south-east pampas region, Argentina

Volume 60(2), 2013, 327-345. Research articles.

Verónica L. D´AMICO, Marcelo N. BERTELLOTTI, Allan J. BAKER, Wallace R. TELLINO JUNIOR and Patricia M. GONZÁLEZ

Migration strategies of wintering populations of red knots Calidris canutus rufa in South America: the role of parasite pressure

Volume 55(2), 2008, 193-202. Research articles.

Antonio ARNAIZ-VILLENA, Valentin RUIZ-DEL VALLE, Juan MOSCOSO, Juan Ignacio SERRANO-VELA and Jorge ZAMORA

mtDNA phylogeny of North American Carduelis pinus group

Volume 54(1), 2007, 1-14. Research articles.

Floyd E. HAYES

Geographic variation in the Great Pampa-Finch Embernagra platensis complex: evidence for two species

Volume 50(2), 2003, 223-235. Research articles.

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