Avifauna of the Eastern Himalayas and Southeastern Sub-Himalayan Mountains: Center of Endemism or Many Species in Marginal Habitats?
This monograph collects a number of papers that provide insights into bird species distributional ranges and ecology in the southeastern sub-Himalayan region.
Chapter 1 - Bird species-richness pattern in the greater Himalayan mountains--A general introduction
Chapter 2 - Ornithological exploration in the southeastern sub-Himalayan region of Myanmar
Chapter 3 - Avifauna of the Gaoligong Shan Mountains of western China: a hotspot of avian species diversity
Chapter 4 - Phylogeny, biodiversity, and species limits of passerine birds in the Sino-Himalayan region--A critical review
Chapter 5 - The breeding avifauna of the sub-Himalayan zone of northern Kachin State, Myanmar
Chapter 6 - Ornithology of Northern Myanmar
Chapter 7 - Description of first basical plumage of three muscicapid species found in the southeastern sub-Himalayan foothills, with notes on their taxonomy and ecology
Chapter 8 - Bird diversity, biogeographic patterns, and endemism of the eastern Himalayas and southeastern sub-Himalayan mountains
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