By: Juan Mazar Barnett (Author), Mark Pearman (Author)
164 pages, 3 b/w maps, tables
Language: Bilingual in English and Spanish
Provides a complete checklist in grid format with in-depth analysis of 54 hypothetical species, detailed notes on 34 species recorded for the first time since 1987, notes on the last record for 42 rarities, an evaluation of 34 species now considered erroneous, and a listing of threatened, endemic and introduced species. All information is summarised with brief, cross-referenced species texts, and thus the Annotated Checklist of the Birds of Argentina doubles as a field aid and a definitive reference work, The list brings together a wealth of information, combining extensive recent data with a re-evaluation of the historical literature and re-examination of critical museum specimens.
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