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  1. Melanie

    Birds of Argentina

    I've got my copy today. (The soft cover version)
  2. Melanie

    Latest Lynx releases

    They have finally sample pages from Birds and Mammals of the Galapagos
  3. Melanie

    Your most anticipated futures books

    Not in the near future. Shirihai seems to have no time to publish his book projects.
  4. Melanie

    IOC World Bird List v11.1

    Is there a spelling error? I've thought it is Palaeognathae instead of Paleognathae.
  5. Melanie

    IOC World Bird List v11.1

    There is an Excel spread sheet titled Life List 11.1. Life List+ (v11.1 red, Excel File XLSX, 4.6Mb) https://www.worldbirdnames.org/new/ioc-lists/master-list-2/
  6. Melanie

    IOC World Bird List v11.1

    Pygoscelis poncetti (from South Georgia) is only accepted as new subspecies ''Pygoscelis papua poncetti'' ssp. nov.
  7. Melanie

    IOC World Bird List v11.1

    I've thought the red entries are new changes. (e.g. in Mascarenotus, Sceloglaux, Taenioptynx, Margarobyas). Ninox jacquinoti is now Athene jacquinoti.
  8. Melanie

    Lynx's Checklist of Mammals of the World - my two cents

    The ASM database has largely adopt the Lynx taxonomy https://www.mammaldiversity.org/
  9. Melanie

    New Comoros guide

    Thank you very much for the information. Yesterday I've found photos in the internet that are apparently showing the Anjouan sparrowhawk: https://budgetbirders.com/2018/01/31/the-comoros-part-2-anjo-what-thats-a-sparrowhawk/#jp-carousel-4380
  10. Melanie

    New Comoros guide

    Is there a photograph of the Anjouan sparrowhawk in this book?
  11. Melanie

    Latest Lynx releases

    Birds and Mammals of the Galapagos seems to be available now. Unfortunately there are still no sample pages. https://www.lynxeds.com/product/birds-and-mammals-of-the-galapagos/
  12. Melanie

    New Comoros guide

    Thank you very much. I hope for a wider distribution.
  13. Melanie

    New Comoros guide

    Where can I buy this book? I've found no website where I can order it.
  14. Melanie

    Latest Lynx releases

    "Illustrated Checklist of the Birds of the World" has short text entrees for each species and besides the English name, the German, Spanish, and French vernacular name.
  15. Melanie

    Timaliidae

    BOW has only Turdinus, IOC has Malacocincla and Turdinus. Both are now in the family Pellorneidae. More on this topic: Cal et al. 2019 Near-complete phylogeny and taxonomic revision of the world’s babbler (Aves: Passeriformes)
  16. Melanie

    Your favorite books of 2020

    Somehow I had hoped for more replies in this thread.
  17. Melanie

    The Evolution of Feathers (book)

    There is already a thread on this book: https://www.birdforum.net/threads/the-evolution-of-feathers.387575/
  18. Melanie

    Latest Lynx releases

    Postponement of publications as usual with Lynx. It's the same with Birds of Colombia.
  19. Melanie

    Thinornis rossii

    Also from me. Thank you very much for sharing.
  20. Melanie

    Your most anticipated futures books

    NHBS has announced new books on threatened and extinct species for 2021 Beloved Beasts Fighting for Life in an Age of Extinction Gone A Search for What Remains of the World's Lost Creatures The Last Butterflies A Scientist's Quest to Save a Rare and Vanishing Creature
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