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Avian biodiversity in the Eastern Himalayas

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Old Wednesday 15th October 2014, 08:03   #1
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Avian biodiversity in the Eastern Himalayas

Fumin Lei, Yanhua Qu, Gang Song, Per Alström and Jon Fjeldså. The potential drivers in forming avian biodiversity hotspots in the East Himalaya-Mountains of Southwest China. Integrative Zoology, Accepted manuscript. doi: 10.1111/1749-4877.12121

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Black-throated Tit & Elliot's Laughingthrush

Quan, Qu & Lei (in press). Genetic diversification in the East Himalayas as revealed by comparative phylogeography of the black-throated bushtit and Elliot’s laughing thrush. Curr Zool. [pdf]

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Fumin Lei, Yanhua Qu, Gang Song, Per Alström and Jon Fjeldså. The potential drivers in forming avian biodiversity hotspots in the East Himalaya-Mountains of Southwest China. Integrative Zoology, Accepted manuscript. doi: 10.1111/1749-4877.12121 [Abstract]
Lei et al 2015. Integr Zool 10(2): 171–181. [pdf]
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Quan et al 2015. Curr Zool 61(5): 935–942. [abstract] [pdf]
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Southeastern Himalaya

A bit late, but still interesting with descriptions of ssp.

Renner S.C., Rappole J.H., Milensky C.M., Aung M., Shwe N.M. & Aung T., 2015. Avifauna of the Southeastern Himalayan Mountains and neighboring Myanmar hill country. Bonn Zool. Bull. (suppl.) 62: 1-75.

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