new race of Centurus aurifrons

(Aves: Picidae) from British Honduras
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Louisiana State University , Baton Rouge
Golden-fronted woodpecker., Birds -- Be



Statementby Stephen M. Russell.
SeriesOccasional papers of the Museum of Zoology ;, no. 25
LC ClassificationsQL3 .L67 no. 25
The Physical Object
Pagination3 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL222389M
LC Control Numbera 64007167

A New Race of Centurus aurifrons (Aves: Picidae) from British Honduras. Louisiana State University,Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, Number pages Softbound, previous owners stamp, text in very good condition.

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$ 'A New Pacific Race of the Gull- billed Tern,' Bangs, Outram, the Screech Owls of eastern United S•te•, ; review of his 'Type• of Birds now in the Museum of Compara- tive Zoology,' ; notice of his 'A Trembler new to Science' ; notice of his 'An Undescribed Form of. Centurus aurifrons dubius Cabot Chichen Itza, 1 male, 1 female, October 9 and 14; Matamoros, 2 females, December 20 and January 8; Pacaitun, 1 male, January The most common woodpecker both in Yucatan and Campeche.

Centurus rubriventris rubriventris Swainson Pacaitun, 1 male, 1 female, January 26 and February 'A New Pacific Race of the Gull-billed Tern,' Bangs, Outram, the Screech Owls of eastern United States, ; review of his 'Types of Birds now in the Museum of Compara-tive Zoology,' ; notice of his 'A Trembler new to Science' ; notice of his 'An Undescribed Form of the Greater Vasa Parrot,' Bangs Outram, and van Tyne.

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