Birding ASIA 34 December 2020:
NEWSFLASH Missing for 170 years—the rediscovery of Black-browed Babbler Malacocincla perspicillata on Borneo
PANJI GUSTI AKBAR, TEGUH WILLY NUGROHO, MUHAMMAD SURANTO, MUHAMMAD RIZKY FAUZAN,
DODDY FERDIANSYAH, JOKO SAID TRISIYANTO & DING LI YONG
Some info e.g. here
The interplay of color and bioacoustic traits in the differentiation of a Southeast Asian songbird complex
Gwee ... Reindt in press Molecular Ecology
Morphological traits have served generations of biologists as a taxonomic indicator, and have been the main basis for defining and...
Sorting out the Snakebirds: The species status, phylogeny, and biogeography of the Darters (Aves: Anhingidae)
Kennedy et al. in press. J. Zool. Sys. Evol. Res.
Although the avian family Anhingidae is unequivocally monophyletic, the number and relationships of the component species...
An African origin of the Eurylaimides (Passeriformes) and the successful diversification of the ground-foraging pittas (Pittidae)
Comment on “Statistical binning enables an accurate coalescent-based estimation of the avian tree”
Liang Liu and Scott V. Edwards
Science 9 October 2015: 171.
Response to Comment on “Statistical binning enables an accurate...
Prum et al. in press. A comprehensive phylogeny of birds (Aves) using targeted next-generation DNA sequencing. Nature.
The Tobias method seems to me a quick and dirty approach. As mentioned above particularly the Asian avifauna would greatly benefit. It has to be quick as 'species' are disappearing, but as it is dirty that also means it will be provisional. Not sure if publishing it as a fancy checklist is the...
Jan T. Lifjeld
When taxonomy meets genomics: lessons from a common songbird
Molecular Ecology Volume 24, Issue 12, pages 2901–2903, June 2015