Addenda F-K

F-K

Addenda to Working Bibliography of Cuckoos and Turacos of the World

by Johannes Erritzoe, Frederik Brammer, Clive Mann and Richard A. Fuller. The Russia literature compiled and translated by Dr. Jevgeni Shergalin, Sopruse pst. 175-58,
Tallinn, 13413 Estonia. Tel. 3725-090684. Fax: 3726-599351. E-mail:
zoolit@hotmail.com

A123

Faanes, C. 1988: Itinerary for a trip to the Lesser Antilles. August 31 - September 7, 1988. Unpublished report. (Coccyzus minorCrotophaga ani).

A123b

Falla, R. A., R. B. Sibson, & E. G. Turboff, 1981: The New Guide to the Birds of New Zealand  and Outlying Islands. Collins, Auckland and London.

A123d

Fansa, M. & C. Ritzau. 2008: Von der Kunst mit Vögeln zu jagen. Das Falkenbuch Friedrichs II.- Kulturgeschichte und Ornithologie. Verlag Philipp von Zabern, Mainz am Rhein. (Cuculus canorus).

A123c

de Farias, G. B., M. T. Brito & G. L. Pacheco 2002: Registros ornitológicos de Pernambuco. Observadores de Aves de Pernambuco, Recife. (Crotophaga major, Coccyzus melacoryphus).

A123a

Favaloro, N. 1941. The usurption of nests, nesting sites and materials. Emu 41: 268-276. (Chalcites basalis).

A124

Feduccia, A. 1999: The Origin and Evolution of Birds- Yale University Press, New Haven & London. Pp. I-x, 1-466. (Musophagidae and Cuculidae pp. 314-317, 404).

A124a

Feijen, C. & H. R. Feijen. 2008: A review of the breeding birds of Bhutan. Forktail 24: 1.24. (Clamator coromandus, Cuculus sparverioides, C. varius, C. fugax, C. micropterus, C. canorus, C. saturatus, C. poliocephalus, Cacomantis merulinus, Penthoceryx sonneratii, Chalcites maculatus, Surniculus lugubris, Centropus sinensis).

A125

Fernex, M. 1981: Évolution des populations d’oiseaux au pied du Jura alsacien (Biederthal), en function du changement des techniques agricoles. Bull. Soc. Ind. Mulhouse 782: 29-40. (Cuculus canorus, France).

A126

Fernex, M. 1996: Bilan d’une renaturation dans la Harth. Bull. Soc. Ind. Mulhouse 835: 105-115. (Cuculus canorus, France).

A126c

ffrench, R. 1996: Checklist of the Birds of Tobago. Asa Wright Nature Centre. (Cocyzus americanus, C. minor, Crotophaga ani).

A126b

Figueiredo, L. F. A., C. O. A. Gussoni & R. P. de Campos 2000. Levantamento da avifauna do Parque Estadual Juquery, Franco da Rocha, São Paulo: uma avaliação auto-crítica das técnicas de campo para inventários ornitológicos. Bol. Centr. Estud. Orn. 14: 36-50. (Tapera naevia, Crotophaga ani).

A126a

Filsell. 1987. Bird notes. SAOA Newsletter 121. (Misocalius osculans).

A127

Fischer, A. G. & Reichenow, A. 1879: Übersicht der von Dr. G. A. Fischer auf einer zweiten Reise durch das ostafricanische Kustenland von Mombassa bis Wito und am Tana-Fluss gesammelten Vogel. J. Ornithol.  27: 337-356. (Oxylophus jacobinusPachycoccyx audebertiChrysococcyx klaasChrysococcyx capriusCeuthmochares aereusCentropus nigrorufusCentropus superciliosus).

A128

Fisher, J. N., N. Simon and J. Vincent. 1969: The Red Book: Wildlife in Danger. Collins, London. (Phaenicophaeus pyrrhocephalus).

A128d

Fisher, T. & N. Hicks. 2000: A photographic guide to birds of the Philippines. New Holland,. London. (Cuculus pectoralis).

A128d

Fjeldså, J. & S. Mayer. 1996: Recent ornithologival surveys in the Valles region, southern Bolivia and the possible role of Valles for the evolution of the Andean avifauna. Diva Technical report No.1. Centre for Research on the Cultural and Biological Diversity of Andean Rainforests & The Danish Environment Research Programme. ( Piaya cayana, Crotophaga ani, Guira guira).

A128a

Fleming, R. L. Jr. 1967: The birds of Mussoorie. U. P. India – a distributional and ecological study. Ph. D. thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. (Diss. Abstr. 28B: 4346-4347). (Cuculus sparverioides, C. micropterus, C. canorus, C, saturatus).

A128b

Fleming, R. L. Jr. 1977: Comments on the endemic birds of Sri Lanka. Colombo: Ceylon Bird Club and Wildlife & Nature Protection Soc.of Sri Lanka. (Centropus chlororhynchus).

A 128c

Fleming, R. L. & M. A. Traylor, 1968: Distributional notes on Nepal birds. Fieldiana zool. 53 (3): 147-203. (Chalcites maculatus).

A129

Fletcher, B. S. 2000: Birds seen in the Bismarck and Admiralty Islands from 22 Oct. – 7 Nov. 1996.

Muruk 8: 45- 60. (New Britain:Cacomantis variolosus, Scythrops novaehollandiae, Centropus ateralbus, C. violaceus, pp. 48-49, New Ireland: Centropus ateralbus, p. 54).

A130

Fletcher, B. S. 2000: Birds recorded in the Kau Wildlife Area at Baitabag and the adjacent coastal strip, Madang Province, May-November 1996. Muruk 8 (2): 76-89. (Cacomantis variolosus,  C. castaneiventris, Caliechthrus leucolophus, Microdynamis parva,  Scythrops novaehollandiae, Centropus membeki, pp. 80-81, Centropus bernsteni, p. 88).

A131

Florin, J. M. 1996: La ferme de Truttenhausen ou l’éloge de la diversité. Bull. Soc. Ind. Mulhouse 835: 307-311. (Cuculus canorus, France).

A131a

Fogden, M. P. L. 1965. Borneo bird notes, 1963-1965 (from various hands). Sarawak Mus. J. 12: 395-413. (Centropus rectunguis).

A131b

Fogden, M. P. L. 1976: A census of the bird community in tropical rain forest in Sarawak. Sarawak Mus. J. 24: 251-267. (Centropus rectunguis).

A132

Forbes, H. O. and H. C. Robinson. 1898: Catalogue of the cuckoos and plantain-eaters (Cuculi) in the Derby Museum. Bulletin of the Liverpool Museum 1: 37-48. (Corythaeola cristataCrinifer piscator,Musophaga violaceaMusophaga persaMusophaga fischeriTauraco erythrolophusTauraco leucolophusClamator glandariusClamator coromandusOxylophus jacobinusOxylophus levaillantiCuculuscrassirostrisCuculus sparverioidesCuculus variusCuculus fugaxCuculus solitariusCuculus clamosusCuculus micropterusCuculus canorusCuculus gularisCuculus poliocephalusCuculus pallidus,Penthoceryx sonneratiiCacomantis merulinusCacomantis variolosusCacomantis castaneiventrisChrysococcyx cupreusChrysococcyx klaasChrysococcyx capriusChalcites maculatusChalcites xanthorhynchusChalcites basalisChalcites lucidusSurniculus lugubrisEudynamys cyanocephalaUrodynamis taitensisScythrops novaehollandiaeCoccyzus erythropthalmusCoccyzus americanus,Coccyzus minorPiaya cayanaSaurothera vetulaCeuthmochares aereusRhopodytes diardiRhopodytes tristisRhopodytes viridirostris, Taccocua leschenaultiiZanclostomus javanicusPhaenicophaeuspyrrhocephalusDasylophus superciliosusLepidogrammus cumingiCrotophaga majorCrotophaga aniCrotophaga sulcirostrisGeococcyx californianusGeococcyx veloxCoua gigasCoua cristata,Centropus goliathCentropus phasianinusCentropus steeriiCentropus sinensisCentropus viridisCentropus toulouCentropus bengalensisCentropus monachusCentropus senegalensisCentropus superciliosus).

A132a

Forbes, W. A. 1881: Eleven weeks in north-eastern Brazil. Ibis, ser. 4, 5: 312-362. (Tapera naevia, Crotophaga ani).

A133

Ford, H. A. 1987: Bird communities on habitat islands in England. Bird Study 34(3): 205-218.

(Cuculus canorus).

A133a

Forrester, B. C. 1993: Birding Brazil: a check-list and site guide. Privately published, Rankinston, Ayrshire, U.K. (Piaya minuta, Coccyzus cinereus).

A134

Fotso, R. C. 2001: A contribution to the ornithology of Mount Oku forest, Cameroon. Malimbus 23 (1): 1-12. (Corythaeola cristata, Tauraco persa, T. bannermani, Clamator glandarius, Cuculus solitarius, C. clamosus, C. canorus, C. gularis, Chrysococcyx klaas, Centropus monachus, p. 6).

A134b

Fotteller, E.R. 1990. Otryad kukushoobraznye [Order Cuculiformes].  Ptitsy Uzbekistana [Birds of Uzbekistan]. Tashkent, Fan Press. Vol.2. Pp.211-223.
(Cuculus canorus L. on pp.211-221; Cuculus saturatus Blyth. on pp.221-223; Cuculus poliocephalus Latham on p.223).

A134a

Fraga,R. M. 2001: The avifauna of Estancia San Juan Poriahú, Iberá Marshes, Argentina: checklist and some natural history notes. Cotinga 16: 81-86. (Tapera naevia, pp. 83, 85,  Coccyzus cinereus, C. melacoryphus, Crotophaga ani, Guira guira,  Piaya cyana, p. 85).

A135

Francis, J. & H. Shirihai 1999: Ethiopia: In Search of Endemic Birds. Privately published, London. (Clamator glandariusOxylophus jacobinusCuculus solitariusCuculus canorusCuculus gularisChrysococcyx klaasChrysococcyx capriusCentropus grilliiCentropus monachusCentropus superciliosus).

A135a

Francis, L. S. 1944: Wagtails (Rhipidura leucophyrs) and young Pallid Cuccoo. S. Aust. Ornithol. 17: 10. (Cuculus pallidus).

A135f

Fredriksson, G. M. & V. Nijman. 2004: Habitat use and conservation status of two elusive ground birds, Carpococcyx radiatus and Polyplectron schleiermacheri in the Sungai Wain Protection forest, East Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo. Oryx 38 (3): 297-303.

A135g

Freile, J. F. & J. A. Chaves. 2004: Interesting distributional records and notes on the biology of bird species from a cloud forest reserve in north-west Ecuador. Bull. Brit. Ornithol. Club 124 (1): 6-16. (Piaya minuta).

A135c

French, C. 1890. Correspondence. Victorian Naturalist 6: 168. (Chalcites lucidus).

A135d

French, C. 1891. Correspondence. Victorian Naturalist 8: 127. (Cacomantis flabelliformisCuculus pallidus).

A135m

Frey, R. & W. Goymann. 2009: A single functional testis and long deferent duct papillae: the pecular male reproductive tract of the classically polyandrous, sex-role reversed Black Coucal (Centropus grillii). J. Ornithol. 150 (4): 827-838.

A135k

Friedmann, H. 1947: Additional data on African parasitic cuckoos. Ibis 91: 514-519. (Oxylophus levaillantii, Cuculus gularis, C. solitarius, C. rochii, Pachycoccyx audeberti, Chrysococcyx cupreus, C. klaas, C. caprius).

A135i

Friedmann, H. & F. D. Jr. Smith. 1950: A contribution to the ornithology of northeastern Venezuela. Proc. U. S. Natl. Mus. 100: 411-538. (Tapera naevia, Crotophaga ani, C. major, C. sulcirostris).

A135j

Friedmann, H. & F. D. Jr. Smith.1955: A further contribution to the ornithology of northeastern Venezuela. Proc. U. S. Natl. Mus. 104: 463-524. (Coccyzus melacoryphus).

A135e

Friends of Nylsvley. 2001: Bird checklist for Nylsvley. Unpublished report. (Clamator glandariusOxylophus jacobinusOxylophus levaillantiCuculus solitariusCuculus clamosusCuculus canorusCuculus gularisChrysococcyx klaasChrysococcyx capriusCentropus superciliosus).

A135b

Frith, H. J. (ed.) 1969: Birds in the Australian High Country. Reed, Sydney. (Cuculus pallidus).

A135g

Frith, D. W. & C. B. Frith. 1995: Cape York Peninsula. A Natural History. Reed Books Chatswood.

(Scythrops novaehollandiae, Cacomantis castaneiventris, C, flabelliformis, Centrops phasianinus).

A136

Fry, C. H. 1961: Notes on the birds of Annobon and other islands in the Gulf of Guinea. Ibis 103a (2): 267-276. (Cuculus solitarius, Chrysococcyx caprius, p. 275).

A136b

Fry, C. H. 1988: Speciation patterns in eight orders of Afrotropical land birds. Acta XIX Congressus Internationalis Ornithologici. Ottawa, Canada 22-29 May 1986. Vol. 2: 2528-2536. (Cuculus canorus, C. gularis, Cercococcyx olivinus, C. montanus, Chrysococcyx klaas, C. flavigularis, Centropus grillii, C. bengalensis, C. toulou).

A136c

Fuchs, J., A. Cibois, J. W. Duckworth, R. Eve, W. G. Robichaud, T. Tizard, & D. van Gansberghe. 2007: Birds of Phongsaly province and the Nam Ou river, Laos. Forktail 23: 22-86. (Cuculus canorus, C. sparverioides, C. micropterus, C. poliocephalus, Clamator coromandus, Cacomantis sonneratii, C. merulinus, Surniculus lugubris, Eudynamys scolopacea, Rhopodytes tristis, Centropus sinensis, C. bengalensis).

A136a

Fuller, R. A. 1999. Pyrenees: 13-27 June 1999. Unpublished trip report. (Cuculus canorus).

A137

Fulton, G. R.: Threatened and extinct bird specimens held in the Macleay

Museum,  University of Sydney, Australia. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 121 (1) 2001: 39-49. (Centropus chlororhynchus,  p. 44).

A137b

Gabrielson, I. N. & S. G. Jewett 1924: Notes on the birds of western North Dakota. Auk 41: 296-303. (Coccyzus erythropthalmus).

A137a

Galbraith, I. C. J. & E. H. Galbraith, 1962: Land birds of Guadalkanal and the San Cristoval group, eastern Solomon Islands. Bull. Brit. Mus (Natural History) 9: 1-86. (Chalcites lucidus).

A138

Gallagher, M. D. 1986: Additional notes on the birds of Oman, eastern Arabia, 1980-86. Sandgrouse 8: 93-101. (Clamator glandarius, p. 98).

A138a

Garanin, V.I. 1977. Otryad kukushkoobraznye - Cuiculiformes [Order Cuculiformes].  Ptitsy Volzhsko-Kamskogo kraya: Nevorob’inye [Birds of the
Volga-Kama Territory: Non-passerines]. M., Nauka: 234-239.

A139

Garcia, E. F. J. 1975: Ornithological observations at Chassa, Petauke District. Bulletin of the Zambian Ornithological Society 7(2): 68-87. (Corythaixoides concolorTauraco porphyreolophaOxylophus jacobinus,Oxylophus levaillantiCuculus solitariusCuculus clamosusCuculus canorusChrysococcyx klaasCentropus senegalensisCentropus superciliosus).

A140

Garcia, E. F. J. 1976: The birds of Zomba Mountain. Nyala 2(1): 32-56. (Tauraco porphyreolophaMusophaga persaPachycoccyx audebertiCuculus solitariusCuculus gularisChrysococcyx cupreus,Chrysococcyx klaasCentropus superciliosus).

A140a

Garcia-Salas, J. A., M. H. Badii-Zabeth, A. J. Contreras-Balderas, J. I. González-Rojas & A. Guzmán-Velasco, 2001:Estructura de la avifauna asociada a Yycca treculeana en un matorral mediano subinerme en General Escobedo. Cotinga 16: 28-35. (Geococcyx californianus).

A140b

Garrigues, R. 2001: Two Pheasant Cuckoo Reports. The Gone Birding Newsletter 2 (1). http://www.angelfire.com/bc/gonebirding/news4.html (Dromococcyx phasianellus).

A140c

Garrigues, R. 2003: Pheasant Cuckoo found in Carara. The Gone Birding Newsletter 4 (2). http://www.angelfire.com/bc/gonebirding/news13.html (Dromococcyx phasianellus).

A140d

Garrigues, R. 2005: New Rosy Thrush-Tanager site reported. The Gone Birding Newsletter 6 (4). http://www.angelfire.com/bc/gonebirding/news23.html (Dromococcyx phasianellus).

A140e

Garrigues, R. & R. Dean. 2007: Birds of Costa Rica. Christopher Helm, London. (Coccyzus erythrophalmus, C. americanus, C. minor, Dromococcyx phasianellus, Tapera naevia, Neomorphus geoffroyi, Piaya cayana, Morococcyx erythropygus, Crotophaga major, C. ani, C. sulcirostris).

A141

Gärtner, K. 1983: Zum Dimorphismus des Kuckucks. J. Ornithol. 124: 329. (hepatic Cuculus canorus).

A142

Gaston, A. J. & V. J. Zacharias. 2000: Hosts of the Common Hawk Cuckoo Hierococcyx varius in India. Forktail 16: 182. (Cuculus varius, records seven cases of Jungle Babblers
Turdoides striatus as host species to Common Hawk Cuckoo. In all cases the period of fledgling dependency exceeded one month.).

A143

Gätke, H. 1895: Heligoland as an Ornithological Observatory. David Douglas, Edinburgh. Pp. i-x, 1-599. (Cuculus canorus, pp.423-24).

A143b

Gatter, W. 1997 Birds of Liberia. Pica Press, Sussex. (Centropus aureus, C. grillii, C. leucogaster, C. senegalensis).

A143a

Gavrilov, E. I. & A. E. Gavrilov: Migration at Chokpak, Kazakhstan. Sandgrouse 23 (2) 2001: 90-100. (Cuculus canorus).

A144

Gaymer, R., R. A. A. Blackman, P. G. Dawson, M. Penny & C. M. Penny. 1969: The endemic birds of Seychelles. Ibis 111: 157-177. (Cuculus canorusCuculus poliocephalus).

A144a

Geluso, K. N. 1970: Feeding behavior of a Roadrunner in winter. Bull. Okla. Ornithol. Soc. 3: 32. (Geococcyx californianus).

A144b

Gemuseus, R. C. & F- Sagot 1996: A guide to the world’s best bird-watching place: Amboró Protected Area, Bolivia. Santa Cruz, Bolivia: Armonia. Amboró Protected Area, Santa Cruz, Bolivia, “northern zone”, recorded in Jan and Sep. Cerro Amboró: 1744S, 6339W (orn gaz) (Piaya minuta, P. melanogaster).

Génot, J. C. & H. Stoeckel. 1984: Recensement des oiseaux nicheurs d’une hÇtraie des Vosges du Nord. Ciconia 8: 137-154. (Cuculus canorus, France).

A145a

George, J. 1957: Birds of New Forest. Indian Forester 83: 674-737. (Oxylophus jacobinus, Cuculus varius, C. micropterus, C. canorus, Cacomantis merulinus, Surniculus lugubris, Eudynamys scolopacea, Centropus sinensis).

A145b

George, J. 1962: Birds of New Forest, 1957-1962. Indian Forester 88: 442-444. (Cuculus canorus, Eudynamys scolopacea).

A145a

Gerhardt, A. 1856: Ueber die Lebensweise der Vögel Nordamerikas, welche im Staate Georgia vorkommen. Naumannia 6: 1- 18. (Coccyzus americanus, C. erythropthalmus, pp. 12-13).

A145i

Gibbon, G. 1951: Southern African bird sounds. (6 cassettes). Southern African Birding, Hillary. (Centropus superciliosus).

A145g

Gibbons, D. W., J. B. Reid, & R. A. Chapman, (eds.) 1993: The New Atlas of Breeding Birds in Britain and Ireland: 1988-1991. T & A D Poyser, London. (Cuculus canorus).

A145h

Gibbs, D. 1984: The Philippines, 22 January-2 March 1984. Unpublished travel report. (Lepidogrammus cumingi).

A145d

Gibbs, L. H., M. D. Sorenson, K. Marchetti, M. De L. Brooke, N. B. Davies, & H. Nakamura, 2000: Genetic evidence for female host-specific races of the Common Cuckoo. Nature 407: 183-186. (Cuculus canorus).

A145f

Gibbs, H. L., L. de Sousa, K. Marchetti & H. Nakamura, 1998 :Isolation and characterization of microsatellite DNA loci for an obligate brood parasitic bird, the common cuckoo

(Cuculus canorus)Molecular Ecology, 7: 1431-1439.

A145c

Gill, H. B. 1970: Birds of Innisfall and Hinterland. Emu 70: 105-116. (Cuculus saturatus, C. pallidus, Cacomantis pyrrhophanus, C. variolosus, Chalcites basalis, C. lucidus, C. minutillus, C. russatus, Eudynamys cyanocephala, Scythrops novaehollandiae, Centropus phasianinus).

A145e

Gillespie, J.T. 1886. An oological curiosity. Victorian Naturalist 3: 109. (Chalcites basalisC. lucidus).

A145j

Gillard, L. 1987: Southern African bird calls. Gillard Bird Cassettes, Johannesburg. (Centropus superciliosus).

A146

Gilliard, E. T. & M. LeCroy 1968: Birds of the Schrader Mountain Region, New Guinea. Result of the American Museum of Natural History expedition to New Guinea in 1964. Novit. Amer. Mus. No. 2343. AMNH, New York. (Scythrops novaehollandiae, Centropus menbeki, p.11).

A147

Ginn, P. 1999: Madagascar Lesser Cuckoo in the Bvumba. Honeyguide 45: 22-23. (Cuculus rochii heard in November 1998).

A148

Giovanni, N., E. Mauricio, & R. A. Dias. 2000: New distributional information for birds in southern Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, and the first record of the Rufous Gnateater Conopophaga lineata for Uruguay. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 120  (4): 230-237. (Coccyzus cinereus p. 232-233).

A148a

Giraudo, A. R. 1996. Adiciones a la avifauna de la provincia de Corrientes, Argentina y de zonas limítrofes del Paraguay. Facena 12: 49-53. Barranquerita (on Yacyretá island), s. Departamento Itapúa, Paraguay, taped and seen 29 Aug 1994. 2720S, 5611W. (Dromococcyx phasianellus)

A149

Giri, T. & H. Choudhary 2000: Additional sightings! Danphe 9(3): 3. (Penthoceryx sonneratii in Nepal).

A150

Githiru, M. 1999: Thick-billed Cuckoo in the Taita Hills. Kenya Birds 7: 71-73. (First record of Pachycoccyx audeberti away from coast, in March 1998).

A150a

Gloger, C. L. 1853: Die Nesterwahl unseres Kuckuks Cuculus canorus. J. Ornithol. 1: 401-409.

A150b

Gloger, C. L. 1854: Einzelnes zur Fortplanzungsgeschichte unseres Cuculus canorus. J. Ornithol. 2: 232-245.

A150c

Gmelin, J. F. 1788: Cuculus melanoleucos. Caroli a Linné – Systema Naturae, p. 416 (Clamator jacobinus).

A150d

Goerck, J. M. 1999: Distribution of birds along an elevational gradient in the Atlantic forest of Brazil: implications for the conservation of endemic and endangered species. Bird Conservation International 9: 235-253. (Crotophaga ani).

A151

Goes, F. & A. Dennis 2000: A birdwatcher’s guide to Angkor. Cambodia Bird News 5: 23-50. (Cuculus sparverioidesCuculus saturatusCacomantis merulinusChalcites maculatusSurniculus lugubris,Eudynamys scolopaceaRhopodytes tristisCentropus sinensisCentropus bengalensis).

A151c

Gomez, J. P. S., R. V. Sison & D. J. Lohman. 2009: New bird records for Alabat Island, Quezon Province, Philippines. Forktail 25: 147-150. (Cuculus saturatus).

A151a

Gönner, C. 2000: Birds of Lake Jempang and the Middle Mahakam Wetlands, East Kalimantan. Kukila 11: 13-36. (Cacomantis merulinus, Centropus bengalis, Borneo p. 35).

A151b

Gönner, C. 2000: Some observations from Pt Limbang Ganeca Forest Concession, East Kalimantan. Kukila 11: 37-46. (Cuculus vagans, C. micropterus, Penthoceryx sonneratii, Cacomantis merulinus, Chalcites xanthorhynchus, Surniculus lugubris, Rhopodytes sumatranus, Rhinortha chlorophaea, Zanclostomus javanicus, Rhamphococcyx curvirostris, Centropus bengalensis, C. sinensis, pp. 42-43).

A152.

Goodman, S. M. & M. C. Jennings. 1988: Notes on the Saudi Arabian bird collections of I. M. Abdel Magid and S. Halfawi in the Giza Zoological Museum. Sandgrouse 10: 91-96. (Oxylophus jacobinus, Clamator glandarius, p. 94).

A152b

Goodwin, W. Senegal Coucals and distasteful bush locuts. Honeyguide 47: 182. (Centropus senegalis).

A152a

Gorbanev, A.F. 1979. Blednonogaya penochka - Phylloscopus tenellipes - khozyain glukhoi kukushki - Cuculus saturatus v Primor’ye [Pale-legged
Willow Warbler (Phylloscopus tennellipes) – host of the Oriental Cuckoo (Cuculus saturatus) in Primorye]. Biologiya ptits yuga Dalnego Vostoka
SSSR 
[Biology of birds of the south of Far East of the USSR]. Vladivostok: 92-93.

A152d

Goerck, J. M. 1999: Distribution of birds along an elevational gradient in the Atlantic forest of Brazil: implications for the conservation of endemic and endangered species. Bird Conservation International 9: 235-253. (Tapera naevia).

A152e

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A152c

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A153

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A155a

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A155c

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A155b

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A155e

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A156

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A157

Gradoz, P. 1966: Observations de printemps: arrivées, départs et migrations. Lien Ornithol. d’Alsace 2: 9-13. (Cuculus canorus, France).

A158

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A159

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A160

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A161

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A161a

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A162

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A161b

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A161d

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A161c

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A163

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A163a

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A 163b

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A163c

Gray, J. E. 1831: Centropus sirkee. in Hardwicke’s Illustr. Ind. Zool. 1, pt. 6, plate 28. (Taccocua leschenaultii sirkee).

A163d

Greenberg D.A. & Colebrook-Robjent JFR 1976: First Zambian breeding record of Great Spotted Cuckoo (Clamator glandarius). Bull. Zambian Orn. Soc. 8: 69-70
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Gregory, P. 1997: Range extensions and unusual sightings from Western Provinces, Papua New Guinea. Bull. Brit. Ornithol. Club 117 (4): 304-311.(Rhamphomantis megarhynchus, range extension, p. 307).

A165

Gregory, P. 2000: Papua New Guinea April 2nd – 18th 2000. Unpublished report. (Cacomantis variolosusCacomantis castaneiventrisCacomantis pyrrhophanusRhamphomantis megarhynchusChalcites lucidusChalcites russatusChalcites minutillusChalcites ruficollisCaliechthrus leucolophusMicrodynamis parvaEudynamys cyanocephalaScythrops novaehollandiaeCentropus menbekiCentropus phasianinusCentropus bernsteini).

A165c

Gregory, P. 2007: Significant sightings from Tour Reports. Muruk 8 (3): 99-128. (Cuculus saturatus, Rhamphomantis megarhynchus, Chalcites minutillus, C. russatus, C. lucidus, Scythrops novaehollandiae, Centropus phasianinus, C. ateralbus).

A165a

Greig-Smith, P. W. 1977: Mixed-species flockings of Nigerian forest birds. Bull. Nigerian Ornithol. Soc. 13: 53-56. (Chrysococcyx cupreus).

A165b

Greig-Smith, P. W. 1978: The formation, structure and function of mixed species insectivorous bird flocks in West African savanna woodland. Ibis 130: 284-299. (Chrysococcyx klaas, C. caprius).

A166

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A167

Gridel, Y. 1986: Première à la station ornithologique de Kembs. Lion Ornithol. d’Alsace 44:19. (Cuculus canorus, France).

A167a

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A167e

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A167f

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A167g

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A167h

Grim, T. 2008: Wing-shaking and wing patch as nestling begging strategies their importance and evolutionary origins. J. Ethol. 26: 9-15.

A167i

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A167d

Grim, T. & M. Honza. 1997: Differences in parental care of Reed Warbler (Acrocephalus scirpaceus) on its own nestings and parasitic Cuckoo (Cuculus canorus) chicks. Folia Zoologica 46 (2): 135-143.

A167b

Grim, T. & M. Honza, 2001: Does supernormal stimulus influence parental behaviour of the cuckoo’s hosts. - Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 49: 322-329. (Cuculus canorus)

A167c

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A168j

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A168i

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A168h

Griscom, L. 1932: The distribution of bird-life in Guatemala. Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 64: 1-439.: (Geococcyx velox).

A168m

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A168r

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A168f

Gyldenstolpe, N. 1915: Surniculus lugubrisJ. Nat, Hist. Soc. Siam. 1915: 232.

A168n

Gyldenstolpe, N. 1923: Zoological Rsults of the Swedish Expedition to Central Africa 1921.Kungl. Svenska Vetenskapsakademiens Handlingar. 3rd series, band 1, No. 3. (Oxylophus levaillantii, Cuculus canorus, C. s olitarius, Cerococcyx mechowi, Chrysococcyx caprius, C. cupreus, Centropus monachus, C. supercilliosus, Ceutmochares aereus).

A168p

Gyldenstolpe, N. 1945: The Bird Fauna of Rio Juruá in Western Brazil. Kungl. Svenska Vetenskapsakademiens Handlingar, Ser. 3, 22: 1-338. ( Coccyzus melacoryphus, Piaya cayana, P. melanpgaster, P. minuta, Neomorphus pucheranii, Tapera naevia, Crotophaga major).

A168e

Gyldenstolpe, N. 1945: A contribution to the ornithology of northern Bolivia. Kungl. Svenska Vetenskapsakademiens Handlingar, Ser. 3, 23: 1-300. (Piaya minutaTapera naevia, Crotophaga ani, C. major, Coccyzus melacoryphus, Coccyzus cinereus, C. euleri, C. americanus).

A168k

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A168l

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A168b

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A168c

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A168a

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A168g

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A169

Helfrich, B. 1989: Le printemps des hirondelles. Lien Ornithol. d’Alsace 50:34-35. (Cuculus canorus, France).

A170

Haagner, A. K. 1905: A further contribution to the ornithology of Modderfontein, Transvaal. Journal of the South African Ornithological Union 1(2): 48-56. (Clamator glandarius).

A170a

Hachisuka, M. & T. Udagawa, 1953: Contribution to the ornithology of the Ryukyu Islands. Quart. J. Taiwan Mus 6 (3-4): 141-279. (Cuculus fugax).

A170b

Haffer, J. 1997: Contact zones between birds of southern Amazonia. Pp. 281-305 in J. V. Remsen Jr. ed. Studies in Neotropical ornithology honoring Ted Parker. Ornithological Monographs, edited by J. M. Hagan, 48. Washington, DC, USA: The American Ornithologists’ Union. (Neomorphus geoffroyi, radiolosus, pucheranii, rufipennis, squamiger).

A171

Hall, R. 1907: The Useful Birds of Southern Australia. With Notes on Other Birds. Luthian, Melbourne & Sidney. (Cuculus pallidus, Cacomantis pyrrhophanus, Chalcites lucidus and nest of Acanthiza chrysorrhoawith two chambers to avoid parasitism).

A172

Hall, R. 1922: Australian Bird Maps. Published by the author, Hobart. (Centropus phasianinus, Scythrops novaehollandiae,  Eudynamys cyanocephala).

A172c

Hallinan, T. 1924: Notes on some Panama Canal Zone birds with special reference to their food. Auk 41: 304-326. (Piaya minutaTapera naevia).

A172d

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A172b

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A172a

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A173

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A173a

Hardcastle, A. 1925: Young Cuckoo fed by several birds. Brit. Birds 19: 100. (Cuculus canorus).

A173b

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A174

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A175

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A175a

Harrison, J. 1999: Field Guide to the Birds of Sri Lanka. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

A176

Harrison, T. 1998: Trip report: Mali, April 19 - May 8, 1998. Unpublished report. (Crinifer piscatorCentropus senegalensis).

A176a

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A177

Hartert, E. 1900: Another small contribution to African ornithology. Novitates Zoologicae 7: 25-?. (Corythaeola cristataTauraco hartlaubiOxylophus levaillantiChrysococcyx cupreusCentropus superciliosus).

A178

Hartert, E. 1900: List of a collection of birds from the Lingga Islands. Novitates Zoologicae 7: 549-550. (Clamator coromandusCuculus canorusChalcites xanthorhynchusSurniculus lugubrisRhopodytes sumatranus).

A179

Hartert, E. 1900: The birds of the Banda Islands. Novitates Zoologicae 7: 551-?. (Cuculus canorusEudynamys scolopacea).

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Hartert, E. 1906: On the birds of Luang. Novit Zool. 13: 302-304. (Misocalis osculans, first record).

A180

Hartert, E. 1915: In Algeria, 1914. A journey to the M’Zab country and over the central high plateaus. Novitates Zoologicae 22: 61-?. (Cuculus canorus p. 77).

A180b

Hartert, E. & S. Venturi. 1909: Notes sur les oiseaux de la République Argentine. Novit. Zool. 16: 159-267. (Crotophaga ani, C. major, Coccyzus cinereus).

A180a

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A180c

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Haugaard, J. 2000: Senegal Coucal Centropus senegalensis at Matambo Estate and Vwaza March. Vocifer 3 (1): 6-7. (Range extension in Malawi).

A181a

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A181c

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A181b

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A181e

Hayward, C. L., C. Cottam, A. M. Woodbury & H. H. Frost. 1976: Birds of Utah. Great Basin Naturalist Memoirs no. 1. Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. (Coccyzus americanus, C. erythrophthalmus, Geococcyx californianus).

A182

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A183

Headley, F. W. & F. C. R. Jourdain. 1919: Adult Cuckoo killing nesting birds. Brit. Birds 13: 57. (Cuculus canorus).

A183a

Hedges, C. F. 1924: The Dickcissel and Yellow-billed Cuckoo in Montana. Condor 26 (6): ?  (Coccyzus americanus).

A183c

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A183h

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A183j

Hellmayr, C. E. 1906. Revision der Spix’schen Typen brasilianischer Vögel. Abh. math.-phys. Kl. königl. bayer. Akad. Wissensch. 22: 561-726. Vera Paz, Guatemala, adult specimen, Mus. Berlepsch. Also mentioned by Sclater 1862, Cat. Am. Birds p. 321 (Ridgway 1916). Probably a trade skin from general region around Cobán, Alta Verapaz. (Dromococcyx phasianellus).

A183k

Hellmayr, C. E. 1907: On a collection of birds made by Mr. W. Hoffmanns on the Rio Madeira, Brazil. Novit. Zool. 14: 343-412. Borba (on right bank of lower Rio Madeira), Amazonas, Brazil, male collected 25 Nov 1906 by W. Hoffmanns. Specimen in Tring? 0424S, 5935W.(Dromococcyx phasianellus).

A183d

Hennessey, A. B. 2004: A bird survey of Torcillo-Sarayoi, the lower Yungas of Madidi National Park, Bolivia. Cotinga 22: 73-78. (Piaya cyana).

A183b

Hennessey, A. B. & M. I. Gomez. 2003: Four bird species new to Bolivia: an ornithological survey of the Yungas site Tokoaque, Madidi National Park. Cotinga 19: 25-33. (Piaya cayana).

A183e

Hering, J. & D. Kronbach. 1999: Fitislaubsänger (Phyloscopus trochilus) und Zipzalp (P. collybita) als Kuckuckswirte in Sachsen. Mitt. Ver. Sächs. Ornithol. 8: 420-421. (Cuculus canorus).

A183f

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A 183g

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A183i

Henry; P.-Y. 2005: New distributional records of birds from Andean and western Ecuador. Cotinga 23: 27-32. (Crotophaga major).

A184

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A184a

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A185

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A185a

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A186

Herter, D. & J. Thomason. 2000: Mali: 15-27 October 2000. Unpublished report. (Clamator glandariusOxylophus levaillantiiCentropus senegalensis).

A187

Hester, A., S. J. Tyler & W. D. Borello. 1998: Birding sites near Gaborone (Botswana). Unpublished report. (Oxylophus jacobinusCuculus clamosus).

A188

Heuglin, T. von 1864: Ornithologische Miscellen aus Central-Africa. J. Ornithol. 12: 241-276. (Tauraco leucolophusClamator glandariusOxylophus jacobinusCuculus solitariusCuculus canorusChrysococcyx klaas).

A188a

Hewetson, C. E. 1956: Observations on the bird life of Madhya Pradesh. J. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc. 53: 627. (Cuculus micropterus).

A188b

Hewson, C. M. & D. G. Noble. 2009: Population trends of breeding birds in British woodlands over a 32-year period: relationships with food, habitat use and migratory behaviour. Ibis 151: 464-486. (Cuculus canorus).

A189

Heyberger, M. & C. Kempf. 1971: Contribution à létude des petits passereaux nicheurs sur l’île du Rhin. Lien Ornithol. d’Alsace 17: 4-15. (Cuculus canorus, France).

A189d

Hicks, N. 2002: The National Parks and other Wild Places of the Philippines. New Holland, London.

A 189e

Hidalgo, S. J. & T. Redondo. 1988: First evidence of early socialization in the Great Spotted Cuckoo (Clamator glandarius). Misc. Zool. 12: 383-384.

A189f

Hidasi, J. 1973: Catálogo das aves do Brasil especialmente do centro oeste e da Amazônia; lista dos exemplares existentes na coleção do Museu de Ornitologia. Companhia de Desenvolvimento do Estado de Mato Grosso, Cuiabá. 91pp. Goiânia, Goiás, Brazil. (Piaya minuta).

A189a

Higgins, P. J. (ed.) 1999: Handbook of Australian, New Zealand and Antarctic Birds. Vol. 4. Parrots to Dollarbird. Oxford University Press, Melbourne. (Cuculidae pp. 648-806).

A189b

Higuchi, H. 1973: Birds of the Izu Islands. (1). Distribution and habitats of the breeding land and freshwater birds. Tori 1973:14-24. (Cuculus poliocephalus).

A189c

Higuchi, H. 1998: Host use and egg color of Japanese cuckoos. in: Rothstein, S. I. & S. K. Robinson, (eds.) Parasitic Birds and their Host – Studies in Coevolution. pp. 80-93. Oxford University Press, Oxford. (Cuculidae).

A190

Hill, D., S. Taylor, R. Thaxton, A. Amphlet & W. Horn. 1990: Breeding bird communities of native pine forest, Scotland. Bird Study 37(2): 133-141. (Cuculus canorus).

A191

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A192g

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A192j

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A192b

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A192c

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A192d

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A192e

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A192h

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A 192i

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A193

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A194

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A194b

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A196d

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A196b

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A197

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A197a

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A197b

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A198

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A199c

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A199d

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A199a

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A199b

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A199h

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A200e

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A200a

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A201

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A201b

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A201a

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A202

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A202a

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A204

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A204e

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A204d

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A204c

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A204b

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A206b

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A207

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A207a

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A208

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A209

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A209d

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A209c

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A209e

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A209b

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A209a

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A209f

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A210

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A210a

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A213a

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A214

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A215

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A215d

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A215a

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A215b
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A216

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A216b

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A216d

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A216e

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A216k

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A216l

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A217

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