Birder's Guide

OCT 2016

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32 Birder's Guide to Listing & Taxonomy | October 2016 Species Changes 43. Drovetski, S.V., R.M. Zink, and N.A. Mode. 2009. Patchy distributions belie morphological and genetic homogene- ity in rosy-finches. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 50: 437-445. 44. Drovetski, S. V., R.M. Zink, P.G. Ericson, and I.V. Fadeev. 2010. A multilocus study of pine grosbeak phylogeogra- phy supports the pattern of greater intercontinental diver- gence in Holarctic boreal forest birds than in birds inhab- iting other high-latitude habitats. Journal of Biogeography 37:696–706. 45. Dufort, M.J. and F.K. Barker. 2013. Range dynamics, rath- er than convergent selection, explain the mosaic distribu - tion of red-winged blackbird phenotypes. Ecology and Evolution 2013; 3(15): 4910– 4924. 46. Efe, M.A., E.S. Tavares, A.J. Baker and S.L. Bonatto. 2009. Multigene phylogeny and DNA barcoding indicate that the Sandwich tern complex (Thalasseus sandvicensis, Lari- dae, Sternini) comprises two species. 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Mitochondrial-DNA sequence divergence at the cytochrome-B locus. Auk 112:547-563. 33. Cicero, C., and N.K. Johnson, 2007. Narrow contact of Desert Sage Sparrows (Amphispiza belli nevadensis and A. b.canescens) in Owens Valley, Eastern California: evidence from mitochondrial DNA, morphology, and GIS-based niche models. Ornithological Monographs 63: 78-95. 34. Cicero, C., and N.K. Johnson. 1992. Genetic differentia- tion between populations of Hutton's Vireo (Aves: Vireoni- dae) in disjunct allopatry. The Southwestern Naturalist 37:344-348. 35. Clark, C.J. and D.E. Mitchell. 2013. Allen's Hummingbird (Selasphorus sasin), The birds of North America online (A. Poole, Ed.). Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Ithaca. 36. Collinson, M., D.T. Parkin, A.G. Knox, G. Sangste and A.J. Helbig. 2006. Species limits within the genus Mela- nitta, the scoters. British Birds 99:183–201. 37. Crochet, P.A., J.D. Lebreton, and F. Bonhomme. 2002. 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