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Revista Brasileira de Ornitologia, Special issue honoring Juan Mazar Barnett


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Posted 10 July 2014 - 12:58 PM

The following link gives full access to the entire issue or to the  individual  articles and short communications. 

 

http://www4.museu-go...current/showToc

 

Article

The legacy of Juan Mazar Barnett (1975–2012) to Neotropical ornithology

Luciano Nicolás Naka 

63

 

Article

A new species of Cichlocolaptes Reichenbach 1853 (Furnariidae), the ‘gritador-do-nordeste’, an undescribed trace of the fading bird life of northeastern Brazil

Juan Mazar Barnett, and Dante Renato Corrêa Buzzetti    

75

 

Article

Morphometric insights into the existence of a new species of Cichlocolaptes in northeastern Brazil

Santiago Claramunt 

95

 

Short-Communication

Further comments on the application of the name Trochilus lucidus Shaw, 1812

Vítor de Q. Piacentini and José Fernando Pacheco 

102

 

Article

Conducting rigorous avian inventories: Amazonian case studies and a roadmap for improvement

Alexander C. Lees, Luciano Nicolas Naka, Alexandre Aleixo, Mario Cohn-Haft, Vítor de Q. Piacentini, Marcos Pérsio Dantas Santos and Luís Fábio Silveira

107

 

Article

The avifauna of Curaçá (Bahia): the last stronghold of Spix’s Macaw

Juan Mazar Barnett, Cayo Lima Gomes da Silva, Helder Farias Pereira de Araujo, Andrei Langeloh Roos, Caio Graco Machado, Angélica Maria K. Uejima and Luciano N. Naka

121

 

Article

The avifauna of Virua National Park, Roraima, reveals megadiversity in northern Amazonia

Thiago Orsi Laranjeiras, Luciano Nicolás Naka, Catherine L. Bechtoldt, Thiago Vernaschi Vieira da Costa, Christian Borges Andretti, Marconi Campos Cerqueira, Marcela de Fátima Torres, Gisiane Lima Rodrigues, Marcos Pérsio Dantas Santos, Claudeir Ferreira Vargas, Angela Midori Furuya Pacheco, Carla Haisler Sardelli, Juan Mazar-Barnett and Mario Cohn-Haft.

138

 

Short-Communication

The Andean Swallow (Orochelidon andecola) in Argentina

Juan Mazar Barnett, Germán D. Pugnali, Mark Pearman Morrison, Alejandro Bodrati, Flavio Moschione, Ricardo Clark, Ignacio Roesler, Diego Monteleone, Hernán Casañas, Freddy Burgos Gallardo, José Segovia, Luis Pagano, Hernán Povedano and Juan I. Areta

172

 

Article

Status and distribution of the doraditos (Tyrannidae: Pseudocolopteryx) in Paraguay, including a new country record

Paul Smith, Arne J. Lesterhuis and Rob P. Clay 

180

 

Short-Communication

Noteworthy records and natural history comments on rare and threatened bird species from Santa Cruz province, Patagonia, Argentina

Ignacio Roesler, Santiago Imberti, Hernán E. Casañas, Pablo M. Hernández, Juan M. Klavins and Luís G. Pagano

189

 

Article

Observations on the breeding biology of the Pygmy Nightjar Nyctipolus hirundinaceus in the Caatinga of Bahia and Ceará, Brazil

Juan Mazar Barnett, Johan Ingels, Andrei Langeloh Roos, Jefferson Luiz Gonçalves de Lima and Luciano Nicolas Naka

201

 

Article

The habitat preference of the endemic Pygmy Nightjar Nyctipolus hirundinaceus (Caprimulgidae) of Brazil

Johan Ingels, Juan Mazar Barnett, Marcelo Ferreira de Vasconcelos and Hilery Desmond Jackson

210

 

Article

First description of the eggs, chick, and nest site of the White-winged Nightjar Eleothreptus candicans

Robert Clay, Juan Mazar Barnett, and Estela Esquivel 

215

 

Article

Breeding biology of the White-winged Nightjar (Eleothreptus candicans) in eastern Paraguay

Robert G. Pople 

219

 

Short-Communication

Ecological notes on Seriema species in the Paraguayan Chaco, with observations on Chunga biology

Daniel M. Brooks  

234

 

Short-Communication

Natural history notes and breeding of the Pale Baywing (Agelaioides fringillarius) in northern Minas Gerais, Brazil.

Rosendo M. Fraga, and Santos D´Angelo Neto 

238

 

Short-Communication

Record of the White-throated Woodcreeper Xiphocolaptes albicollis using a millipede for anting in Argentina

Juan Klavins, Emilse Mérida, and Noelia A. Villafañe 

242






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