A consensus taxonomy for the Hawaiian honeycreepers

Author: Pratt, H. Douglas
Title: A consensus taxonomy for the Hawaiian honeycreepers
Periodical: Occasional papers Museum of Natural Science, No. 85
Year: 2014
Pages: 21
Subject: Hawaiian honeycreepers
Birds taxonomy
Summary: Hawaiian honeycreepers are the "textbook example" of insular adaptive radiation, with species that span and even expand the full range of passerine variation. As a result, their classification is evolving and challenging. The author described a consensus taxonomy that has the potential for long-term stability.
URL: http://sites01.lsu.edu/wp/mnspapers/files/2014/10/85.pdf
Date: October 2014
Database: Monographs

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