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OCT 2016

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37 October 2016 | Birder's Guide to Listing & Taxonomy from: http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2148/11/136 178. Smith, B .T. and J. Klicka. 2013. Examining the role of effective population size on mitochondrial and multilocus divergence time discordance in a songbird. PLoS ONE 8(2): e55161. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0055161. Retrieved from: http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/ journal.pone.0055161 179. Smith, J.L., and V.L. Friesen. 2007. Differentiation of sympatric populations of the band-rumped storm-petrel in the Galapagos Islands: an examination of genetics, morphology, and vocalizations. Molecular Ecology 16: 1593–1603. 180. Smith, J.L., L. Monteiro, O. Hasegawa and V.L. Fries- en. 2007. Global phylogeography of the band-rumped storm-petrel (Oceanodroma castro; Procellariiformes: Hy- drobatidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 43: 755–773. 181. Spellman, G. M., B. Riddle, and J. Klicka. 2007. Phylo- geography of the mountain chickadee (Poecile gambeli): di- versification, introgression, and expansion in response to Quaternary climate change. Molecular Ecology 16:1055- 1068. 182. Spencer, A. 2012. Identifying Eastern and Western war- bling vireos. Retrived from: http://earbirding.com/blog/ archives/3667 183. Spencer, A. 2012. North by northwest. Retrived from: http://earbirding.com/blog/archives/4139 184. Thompson, C.W. 1991a. The sequence of molts and plum- ages in Painted Buntings and implications for theories of delayed plumage maturation. Condor 93:209-235. 185. Thompson, C.W. 1991b. Is the Painted Bunting actually two species? Problems determining species limits between allopatric populations. Condor 93:987-1000. 186. Tobias, J.A., N. Seddon, C.N. Spottiswoode, J.D. Pilgrim, L.D.C. Fishpool and N.J. Collar. 2010. Quantitative crite- ria for species delimitation. Ibis 152:724–746. 187. van Els, P., C. Cicero, and J. Klicka. 2012. High latitudes and high genetic diversity: phylogeography of a wide- spread boreal bird, the gray jay (Perisoreus canadensis). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 63(2), 456-465. 188. Voelker, G., and S. Rohwer, S. 1998. Contrasts in schedul - ing of molt and migration in Eastern and Western war- bling-vireos. Auk, 115(1), 142-155. 189. Walstrom, V.W., J. Klicka, and G.M. Spellman. 2011. Spe- ciation in the White-breasted Nuthatch (Sitta carolinensis): a multilocus perspective. Molecular Ecology 21:907-920. 190. Webb, W.C., J.M. Marzluff, and K.E. Omland. 2011. Ran- dom interbreeding between cryptic lineages of the Com- mon Raven: evidence for speciation in reverse. Molecular Mora-Aguilar, and O.Rojas-Soto. 2015. Ecological niche variation in the Wilson's Warbler (Cardellina pusilla) com- plex. Journal of Avian Biology 46 (5): 516–527 166. Rush, A. C., R.J. Cannings, and D.E. Irwin. 2009. Analysis of multilocus DNA reveals hybridization in a contact zone between Empidonax flycatchers. Journal of Avian Biology, 40(6), 614-624. 167. Sealy, S.G. 1998. The subspecies of the Northern Saw-whet Owl on the Queen Charlotte Islands: an island endemic and a nonbreeding visitant. Western Birds 29:21–28. 168. Sewall, K., R. Kelsey, and T.P. Hahn. 2004. Discrete vari- ants of Evening Grosbeak flight calls. The Condor, 106(1), 161-165. 169. Shepherd, T.M. and K.J. Burns. 2007. Intraspeci fi c genetic analysis of the summer tanager Piranga rubra: implications for species limits and conservation. Journal of Avian Biol- ogy 38: 13-27. 170. Shriver, W.G., J.P. Gibbs, P.D. Vickery, H.L. Gibbs, T.P. Hodgman, P.T. Jones, and C.N. Jacques. 2005. Concor- dance between morphological and molecular markers in assessing hybridization between sharp-tailed sparrows in New England. Auk 122: 94-107. 171. Sibley, D. 2010. Mexican Cliff Swallows. Retrived from: http://www.sibleyguides.com/2010/05/mexican-cliff- swallows/ 172. Sibley, D. 2011. Is the Brown Creeper more than one species? Retrived from: http://www.sibleyguides. com/2011/01/is-the-brown-creeper-more-than-one- species/ 173. Sibley, D. 2011. Distinguishing the subspecies of Pur- ple Finch. Retreived from: http://www.sibleyguides. com/2011/03/distinguishing-the-subspecies-of-purple- finch/ 174. Sibley, D. 2012. Field Identifiable subspecies of birds – an annotated list. Retrived from: http://www.sibleyguides. com/bird-info/field-identifiable-subspecies-of-birds- an-annotated-list/ 175. Sibley, D.A. 2014. The Sibley guide to birds. Second edi - tion. Alfred A. Knopf, New York. 176. Slager, D. L., C. J. Battey, R. W. Bryson, G. Voelker, and J. Klicka. 2014. A multilocus phylogeny of a major New World avian radiation: the Vireonidae. Molecular Phyloge- netics and Evolution 80: 95–104. 177. Smith, B. T., P. Escalante, B. E. Hernández Baños, A G. Navarro-Sigüenza, S. Rohwer and J. Klicka. 2011. The role of historical and contemporary processes on phylo- geographic structure and genetic diversity in the Northern Cardinal, Cardinalis cardinalis BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011, 11: 136 doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-136: Retrieved

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