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Up-to-date work on Honeycreepers, covering the life history, relationships, and biology of the birds. The Honeycreepers, with their bright colouration and canary-like songs, are famed for their unique evolutionary history as a geographically isolated group that has undergone a spectacular burst of adaptations to the islands of the Hawaiian archipelago. As with other volumes in the series, the work is divided into two main sections. Part 1 is an overview of the Hawaiian Honeycreeper evolution and natural history, whilst Part 2 comprises accounts of each species.
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