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Birds of Eastern Polynesia A Biogeographic Atlas

Flora / Fauna
By: Jean-Claude Thibault(Author), Alice Cibois(Author)
438 pages, ~200 colour photos and illustrations, ~70 b/w illustrations, 142 colour distribution maps
Publisher: Lynx Edicions
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Birds of Eastern Polynesia is the first biogeographic Atlas covering all of the birds of one of the largest areas of Oceania. The book treats all of the 241 species, including extinct birds, ever recorded on the Line Islands, the Cook, Austral, Society, Marquesas, Tuamotu and Gambier archipelagos, the Pitcairn Group, and the Eastern Is. Group. Their distribution over the 151 islands of the region is detailed in 142 maps. The species accounts include systematics, a detailed morphometric or genetic analysis when it is available, and data on distribution, population size and trends, habitat and breeding. All species recorded in Eastern Polynesia are illustrated in colour, except those only known by bone records.

Birds of Eastern Polynesia represents an original and much needed ornithological synthesis of all the available literature on Eastern Polynesian birds, including many difficult-to-find reports, as well as unpublished data gathered from local ornithologists and biologists. It also contains new data collected by the authors during numerous fieldtrips in Eastern Polynesia and during visits to museum collections. This work presents a complete overview of this vast oceanic region for anyone with an interest in the biology, biogeography and conservation of the birds of the Pacific islands.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Jean-Claude Thibault(Author), Alice Cibois(Author)
438 pages, ~200 colour photos and illustrations, ~70 b/w illustrations, 142 colour distribution maps
Publisher: Lynx Edicions
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