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Old Tuesday 18th December 2018, 11:11   #1
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Canarian Black Oystercatcher

Arturo Valledor de Lozoya: Ostrero canario: historia y biología de la primera especie de la fauna española extinguida por el hombre

An ebook on the extinction of the Canarian Black Oystercatcher (in Spanish)

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Although it turns out that the Canary Island Oystercatcher was probably never a valid species to begin with: https://twitter.com/penguin_tereza/s...42987111800834
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Valledor's book is from 2013 and he refers to Phil Hockey (cf The taxonomic status of the Canary Islands Oystercatcher Haematopus (niger) meadewaldoi, BBOC v. 102, 1982) who regarded the Canary Island Oystercatcher as valid species and so did the IUCN Red List.
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Valledor's book is from 2013 and he refers to Phil Hockey (cf The taxonomic status of the Canary Islands Oystercatcher Haematopus (niger) meadewaldoi, BBOC v. 102, 1982) who regarded the Canary Island Oystercatcher as valid species and so did the IUCN Red List.

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