Galápagos mockingbird bibliography

Abbott, I. and L. K. Abbott. 1978. Multivariate study of morphometric variation in Galapagos and Ecuadorean mockingbirds. Condor 80:302-308.

Adams, J. P., J. H. Cooper, and N. J. Collar. 2003. Extinct and endangered (‘E & E’) birds: a proposed list for collection catalogues. Bulletin of the British Ornithological Club 123A:338-354.

Arbogast, B. S., S. V. Drovetski, R. L. Curry, P. T. Boag, G. Seutin, P. R. Grant, B. R. Grant, and D. J. Anderson. 2006. The origin and diversification of Galapagos mockingbirds. Evolution 60:370-382.

Atkinson, I. A. E. 1985. The spread of commensal species of Rattus to oceanic islands and their effects on island avifaunas. Conservation of island birds: case studies for the management of threatened island species. ICBP Technical Publication 3:35-81.

Boie, B. S. 1826. Generaluberficht der ornithologifchen. Isis von Oken 19:972.

Bowman, R. I. and A. Carter. 1971. Egg-pecking behavior in Galapagos mockingbirds. Living Bird 10:243-270.

Burtt, E. H., Jr., J. A. Swanson, B. A. Porter, and S. M. Waterhouse. 1994. Wing-flashing in mockingbirds of the Galápagos Islands. Wilson Bulletin 106:559-562.

Christian, K. A. 1980. Cleaning/feeding symbiosis between birds and reptiles of the Galapagos Islands: new observations of inter-island variability. Auk 97:887-889.

Colinvaux, P. A. 1984. The Galápagos climate: past and present. Pages 55-69 in R. Perry, editor. Galapagos (Key Environments). Pergamon, Oxford.

Curry, R. L. 1985. Breeding and survival of Galapagos mockingbirds during El Niño. Pages 449-471 in G. Robinson and E. M. Del Pino, editors. El Niño in the Galapagos Islands: the 1982-1983 event. Charles Darwin Foundation for the Galápagos Islands, Quito, Ecuador.

Curry, R. L. 1986. Galápagos mockingbird kleptoparasitizes centipede. Condor 88:119-120.

Curry, R. L. 1986. Whatever happened to the Floreana mockingbird? Noticias de Galapagos 43:13-15.

Curry, R. L. 1987. Evolution and ecology of cooperative breeding in Galápagos mockingbirds (Nesomimus spp.). Ph.D. dissertation, The University of Michigan.

Curry, R. L. 1988a. Group structure, within-group conflict and reproductive tactics in cooperatively breeding Galápagos mockingbirds, Nesomimus parvulus. Animal Behaviour 36:1708-1728.

Curry, R. L. 1988b. Influence of kinship on helping behavior in Galápagos mockingbirds. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 22:141-152.

Curry, R. L. 1989. Geographic variation in social organization of Galápagos mockingbirds: ecological correlates of group territoriality and cooperative breeding. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 25:147-160.

Curry, R. L. and D. J. Anderson. 1987. Interisland variation in blood drinking by Galápagos mockingbirds. Auk 104:517-521.

Curry, R. L. and P. R. Grant. 1989. Demography of the cooperatively breeding Galápagos mockingbird (Nesomimus parvulus) in a climatically variable environment. Journal of Animal Ecology 58:441-464.

Curry, R. L. and P. R. Grant. 1990. Galápagos mockingbirds: territorial cooperative breeding in a climatically variable environment. Pages 290-331 in P. B. Stacey and W. D. Koenig, editors. Cooperative breeding in birds: long-term studies of ecology and behavior. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Curry, R. L. and S. H. Stoleson. 1988. New bird records from the Galápagos associated with the El Niño-Southern Oscillation. Condor 90:505-507.

Darwin, C. R. 1836 [1963]. Darwin’s ornithological notes (ed. by N. Barlow). Bull. Brit. Mus. (Nat. Hist.) Histor. Series 2:201-278.

Darwin, C. R. 1839. Narrative of the surveying voyages of His Majesty’s ships Adventure and Beagle between the years 1826 and 1836. Henry Colbourn, London.

Darwin, C. R. 1841. Zoology of the Voyage of H. M. S. Beagle, under the command of Captain FitzRoy, R. N., during the years 1832-1836. Part III: Birds.

Darwin, C. R. 1842. Journal of researches into the geology and natural history of the various countries visited during the voyage of H. M. S. Beagle, under the command of Captain FitzRoy, R.N., from 1832 to 1836.

Fusani, L., L. Beani, R. L. Curry, and F. Dessì-Fulgheri. 1994. Analysis of some calls of a Galapagos mockingbird. Ethology, Ecology & Evolution 6:423.

Gifford, E. W. 1919. Field notes on the land birds of the Galapagos Islands and of Cocos Island, Costa Rica. Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci. 2 (ser. 4):189-258.

Gould, J. 1837. [Two new species of the genus Sterna, a species of cormorant, and three species of the genus Orpheus, from the Galapagos, in the collection of Mr. Darwin.]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 5:26-27.

Gould, S. J. 1983. Darwin at sea. Natural History 92:14-20.

Grant, N. 1983. The breeding and behaviour of mockingbirds on the Galapagos. Notices de Galapagos 37:28-31.

Grant, P. R. 1984. The endemic land birds. Pages 175-190 in R. Perry, editor. Galapagos (Key Environments). Pergamon, Oxford.

Grant, P. R. 1984. Recent research on the evolution of land birds on the Galapagos. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 21:113-136.

Grant, P. R., R. L. Curry, and B. R. Grant. 2000. A remnant population of the Floreana mockingbird on Champion island, Galápagos. Biological Conservation 92:285-290.

Grant, P. R. and N. Grant. 1979. Breeding and feeding of Galápagos mockingbirds, Nesomimus parvulus. Auk 96:723-736.

Gray, G. R. 1841. Birds. Part III of Zoology of the Voyage of H. M. S. Beagle, under the command of Captain FitzRoy, R. N., during the years 1832-1836.

Gulledge, J. L. 1970. An analysis of song in the mockingbird genera Nesomimus and Mimus. M.S. thesis.

Gulledge, J. L. 1975. A study of the phenetic and phylogenetic relationships among the mockingbirds, thrashers and their allies. Ph.D. thesis. City University of New York.

Hardy, J. W., J. C. Barlow, and B. B. Coffey, Jr. 1988. Voices of all the mockingbirds, thrashers, & their allies. ARA Records, Gainesville, Florida.

Harris, M. P. 1968. Egg-eating by Galápagos mockingbirds. Condor 70:269-270.

Harris, M. P. 1974. A field guide to the birds of Galapagos. Collins, London.

Hatch, J. H. 1966. Collective territories in Galapagos mockingbirds, with notes on other behavior. Wilson Bulletin 78:198-206.

Hatch, J. J. 1965. Only one species of Galápagos mockingbird feeds on eggs. Condor 67:354-355.

Hughes, C. R. and D. Moralez Deloach. 1997. Developing microsatellites when they are rare: trinucleotide repeat loci in the northern mockingbird Mimus polyglottos. Molecular Ecology 6:1099-1102.

Hundley, M. H. 1962. Wing-flashing in the Galápagos mockingbird. Auk 80:372.

Jackson, M. H. 1990. Galapagos: a natural history guide. University of Calgary Press, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

King, W. B. 1981. Endangered Birds of the World: the ICBP Bird Red Data Book. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington.

Kinnaird, M. F. and P. R. Grant. 1982. Cooperative breeding in the Galápagos Mockingbird, Nesomimus parvulus. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 10:65-73.

Lafresnaye, F. 1843. Sur un petit groupe d’oiseaux des Antilles. Review Zoologique:66-68.

Laurent, E. 1990. Estudio del sistema de reproducción comunal y algunos aspectos de la historia natural de las paralata llanera (Mimus gilvus) en los llanos centrales de Venezuela. Zoología.

Lichtenstein, M. H. C. 1823. Verzeichness der doubletten des zoologischen museums de konigl.

Lovette, I. J., B. S. Arbogast, R. L. Curry, R. M. Zink, C. A. Botero, J. P. Sullivan, A. L. Talaba, R. B. Harris, D. R. Rubenstein, R. E. Ricklefs, and E. Bermingham. 2012. Phylogenetic relationships of the mockingbirds and thrashers (Aves: Mimidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 63:219-229.

Moors, P. J., I. A. E. Atkinson, and G. H. Sherley. 1992. Reducing the rat threat to island birds. Bird Conservation International 2:93-114.

Nietlisbach, P., P. Wandeler, P. G. Parker, P. R. Grant, B. R. Grant, L. F. Keller, and P. E. A. Hoeck. 2013. Hybrid ancestry of an island subspecies of Galápagos mockingbird explains discordant gene trees. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 69:581-592.

Paredes, M., E. Weir, and K. Gil. 2001. Reproducción del ave Mimus gilvus (Passeriformes: Mimidae) en Maracaibo, Venezuela. Revista de biología tropical 49:1143-1146.

Porter, D. K. 1815. Journal of a cruise made to the Pacific Ocean by Captain David Porter in the United States Frigate Essex in the years 1812, 1813, and 1814. 2 vols. Bradford & Inskeep, Philadelphia.

Reeve, H. K., S. T. Emlen, and L. Keller. 1998. Reproductive sharing in animal societies: reproductive incentives or incomplete control by dominant breeders? Behavioral Ecology 9:267-278.

Ridgely, R. S. and P. J. Greenfield. 2001. The birds of Ecuador. Comstock/Cornell University Press, Ithaca.

Ridgway, R. 1885. Catalogue of a collection of birds made on the Island of Cozumel, Yucatan, by the naturalists of the U. S. Fish Commission Steamer Albatross, Capt. Z. L. Tanner, Commander. Proceedings of the U.S. National Museum 8:560-583.

Ridgway, R. 1890. Scientific results of explorations by the U.S. Fish Commission steamer Albatross, No. 1 – Birds collected on the Galapagos Islands in 1888. Proceedings of the U.S. National Museum 12:101-128.

Rothschild, W. and E. Hartert. 1899. A review of the ornithology of the Galapagos Islands, with notes on the Webster-Harris expedition. Novitates Zoologica 6:85-205.

Rowley, I., E. Russell, and M. G. Brooker. 1993. Inbreeding in birds. Pages 304-328 in N. W. Thornhill, editor. The natural history of inbreeding and outbreeding. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

Salvin, O. 1876. On the avifauna of the Galapagos Archipelago. Transactions of the Zoological Society of London 9:447-510.

Santiago-Alarcon, D., S. M. Tanksley, and P. G. Parker. 2006. Morphological variation and genetic structure of Galapagos Dove (Zenaida galapagoensis) populations: issues in conservation for the Galapagos bird fauna. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 118:194-207.

Snodgrass, R. E. and E. Heller. 1904. Papers from the Hopkins-Stanford Galapagos Experdition, 1898-1899. XVI. Birds. Proc. Wash. Acad. Sci. 5:231-372.

Steadman, D. W. 1986. Holocene vertebrate fossils from Isla Floreana, Galápagos. Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 413:1-103.

Steadman, D. W., T. W. Stafford, Jr., D. J. Donahue, and A. J. T. Jull. 1991. Chronology of Holocene vertebrate extinction in the Galápagos Islands. Quaternary Research 36:126-133.

Steadman, D. W. and S. Zousmer. 1988. Galápagos: discovery on Darwin’s islands. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC.

Sulloway, F. J. 1982a. Darwin and his finches: the evolution of a legend. J. Hist. Biol. 15:1-53.

Sulloway, F. J. 1982b. Darwin’s conversion: the Beagle voyage and its aftermath. J. Hist. Biol. 15:325-396.

Sulloway, F. J. 1984. Darwin and the Galapagos. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 21:29-59.

Sundevall, C. J. 1871. On birds from the Galapagos Islands. Proc. Zool. Soc. London 1871:124-130.

Swainson, W. 1827a. On several new groups in ornithology. Zoological Journal 10:165-168.

Swainson, W. 1827b. A synopsis of the birds discovered in Mexico by W. Bullock, F.L.S. and H.S., and Mr. William Bullock, Jun. Philosophical Magazine 1:364-369, 433-441.

Swarth, H. S. 1934. The bird fauna of the Galápagos Islands in relation to species formation. Biological Reviews 9:213-234.

Thornton, I. 1971. Darwin’s Islands: a natural history of the Galápagos. Natural History Press, Garden City.

Vargas, H. 1980. Reproducción del cucuve Nesomimus parvulus parvulus de la Isla Santa Cruz (zona arida).

Vargas, H. 1987. Frequency and effect of pox-like lesions in Galapagos mockingbirds. Journal of Field Ornithology 58:101-102.

Vargas, H. 1996. What is happening with the avifauna of San Cristóbal? Noticias de Galapagos 57:23-24.

Venables, L. S. V. 1940. Nesting behaviour of the Galapagos mockingbird. Ibis 82:629-639.

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