Bulletin 140(1) now available

Three endemic species from the Inambari center associated with patches of Guadua bamboo recorded in the Humaitá Forest Reserve, Acre, Brazil. (A) Rufous-headed Woodpecker Celeus spectabilis (David P. Guimarães). (B) Rufous Twistwing Cnipodectes superrufus (Tomaz N. de Melo). (C) Acre Tody-Tyrant Hemitriccus cohnhafti (Ricardo Plácido).
From Bull. B.O.C. 140(1): 60

The latest issue of the BOC Bulletin (Vol. 140, No. 1 – March 2020) is now available for viewing or download. You can view the table of contents, abstracts and references, full text or downloadable PDFs of individual papers as well as the complete issue at the BioOne Complete website. You can also view the table of contents and download a PDF for the complete issue on the BOC website.

This issue contains ten papers of wide interest ranging from On the possible vernacular name and origin of the extinct Spotted Green Pigeon Caloenas maculata by Philippe Raust to Birds of Humaitá Forest Reserve, Acre, Brazil: an important forest fragment in south-west Amazonia by Diego Pedroza, Tomaz Nascimento de Melo, Tatiana Lemos da Silva Machado, David Pedroza Guimarães, Jônatas M. Lima & Edson Guilherme (see photo above) and Distribution, behaviour, and provenance of Oriental Dollarbirds Eurystomus orientalis in Micronesia, including the first two records from the Mariana Islands by Gary J. Wiles, H. Douglas Pratt, Martin Kastner, Glenn McKinlay, Janelle Chojnacki & Megan M. Pendred.

A full list of the papers published in each volume since 1993 can be viewed at the BOC Bulletin Index page.

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