NOTES ON THE BREEDING BIOLOGY OF THE TUMBESIAN AVIFAUNA IN SOUTHWEST ECUADOR AND NORTHWEST PERU
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Greeney, H. F., Angulo P., F., Dobbs, R. C., Crespo, S., Miller, E. T., Caceres, D., Gelis, R. A., Angulo, B., & Salagaje M., L. A. (2020). NOTES ON THE BREEDING BIOLOGY OF THE TUMBESIAN AVIFAUNA IN SOUTHWEST ECUADOR AND NORTHWEST PERU. Revista Ecuatoriana De Ornitología, (6), 1-54. https://doi.org/10.18272/reo.vi6.1146

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Este artículo contribuye a la creciente cantidad de literatura sobre la biología reproductiva de las aves de Sudamérica. Provee 823 registros sobre la reproducción de 197 especies al interior de la región Tumbesina de Perú y Ecuador. En los casos posibles, incluimos notas sobre el comportamiento de los adultos, arquitectura del nido, huevos, pichones, polluelos y volantones. En general, nuestras observaciones apoyan los reportes previos sobre la naturaleza estacional de la reproducción de las aves de esta región.

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