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  1. Richard Klim

    Magnificent Frigatebird

    Subspecies Catching up... Whilst Orta 1992 (HBW 1) treated Fregata magnificens as monotypic, Orta et al 2014 (HBW Alive) now recognises rothschildi (and lowei), citing Hailer et al 2011. (But still treated as monotypic by H&M4, IOC and eBird/Clements.)
  2. Richard Klim

    Magnificent Frigatebird

    Western Atlantic Nuss, Carlos, Moreno & Fagundes 2016. Population genetic structure of the Magnificent Frigatebird Fregata magnificens (Aves, Suliformes) breeding colonies in the western Atlantic Ocean. PLoS ONE 11(2): e0149834. [article & pdf]
  3. Richard Klim

    Magnificent Frigatebird

    Cape Verde López Suárez, Hazevoet & Palma 2013. Has the magnificent frigatebird Fregata magnificens in the Cape Verde Islands reached the end of the road? Zoologia Caboverdiana 3(2): 82–86. [pdf] PS. Hailer et al 2011. Proc R Soc B 278(1707): 817–825. [pdf]
  4. Richard Klim

    Magnificent Frigatebird

    Birdwatch Birdwatch Listcheck article by David Callahan.
  5. Richard Klim

    Magnificent Frigatebird

    I haven't seen the paper either, but perhaps the degree of differentiation at least warrants the resurrection of ssp rothschildi for non-Galápagos populations...?
  6. Richard Klim

    Magnificent Frigatebird

    Hailer, Schreiber, Miller, Levin, Parker, Chesser & Fleischer 2010. Long-term isolation of a highly mobile seabird on the Galapagos. Proc R Soc B: in press. http://rspb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/early/2010/09/22/rspb.2010.1342.abstract...
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