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In this special issue, a new butterfly species for science is described and its name is dedicated to the peace process in Colombia. Also included is an article re-establishing Colombia's position as the worid's most biodiverse nation for birds, with 1,927 species now recorded in the country. In this latest of an annual series of papers, new records and taxonomic changes relevant to Colombia's birds and their conservation are analysed in detail. Finally, presented here are the results of some groundbreaking monitoring of marine birds and new data on their temporal distributions in Colombia.
- Editorial 3
- A remarkable new butterfly species from western Amazonia (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Satyrinae) 5
- Revision of the status of bird species occurring or reported in Colombia 2016 and assessment of BirdLife International's new parrot taxonomy 12
- Pelagic surveys in the Colombian Caribbean reveal changes in marine bird distribution patterns during the migration period 37
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