Vol 25, No 3 (2017)

Brazilian Journal of Ornithology 25(3)

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Flight-call as species-specific signal in South American parrots and the effect of species relatedness in call similarity PDF
Carlos Barros de Araujo, Paulo Marques, Jacques Vielliard 143-151
Evidence of infanticide in the Scarlet Ibis (Eudocimus ruber) in southeastern Brazil PDF
Robson Silva-e-Silva 152-154

Ecology & Conservation

A floodplain with artificially reversed flood pulse is important for migratory and rare bird species PDF
Vivian Robinson, Marco Aurélio Pizo 155-168
Population Viability Analysis of the Mato Grosso Antbird (Cercomacra melanaria) in the Pantanal of Mato Grosso, Brazil PDF
Paula Fernanda Albonette de Nóbrega, João Batista de Pinho, Charles Duca 169-175

Systematics, Taxonomy, and Distribution

Taxonomy and molecular systematics of the Yellow-green Grosbeak Caryothraustes canadensis (Passeriformes: Cardinalidae) PDF
Vinicius Rodrigues Tonetti, Fernanda Bocalini, Luís Fábio Silveira, Glaucia Del-Rio 176-189
Offshore surprises: New at-sea bird records for Suriname (2013-2015) PDF
Tomas Willems, Marijke N. de Boer, James T. Saulino 190-205
Bird records in the northwestern and central portions of the Amazon basin highlight the needs for inventories and long-term monitoring in the region PDF
Sergio H Borges, Andrew Whittaker, Ricardo Afonso Almeida, Cintia Cornélius, Marcelo Augusto dos Santos-Jr, Marcelo Moreira 206-220
New records and probable migration routes of the Sora Porzana carolina (Aves: Rallidae) in Peru PDF
Luis Martin Vallejos, Irwing Saldaña, Elio Nuñez, Antonio Garcia-Bravo, Maurício Brandão Vecchi 221-225
A Swinhoe's Storm-petrel (Hydrobates monorhis) in French Guiana: the first record for South America PDF
Robert Louis Flood, Jonathon Simon, Jéréme Tribot, Kévin Pineau 226-230

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