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    Limestone Wren-Babbler

    Let's say that when more sound recordings become available and a bit more field study is done about vocal behaviour of these birds, it is worthwhile to publish a more robust bioacoustic analysis. (At present only a handful of recordings was available to the authors, and I may add that an unknown...
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    Limestone Wren-Babbler

    I contacted the authors, and after some discussion we reached the following outcome: AV15336: while in the suppl. inf. table S2 it is listed under annamensis, this was an editing error and it was correctly included in the calculations ML71225 and ML71226 and others: My position is that...
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    Limestone Wren-Babbler

    I had a look at the bioacoustic analysis because I was surprised the short song strophes of calcicola weren't identified as a diagnostic character for this taxon, as in my earlier brief analysis (see Birds of the World ). It seems that a few errors in the paper masked this vocal difference...