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Forest Thrush Turdus lherminieri



References

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Arnoux, E. 2012. Variabilités phénotypique et génétique chez la Grive à pieds jaunes, Turdus lherminieri, à différentes échelles. PhD thesis. Université de Bourgogne..

Arnoux, E.; Eraud, C.; Thomas, A.; Cavallo, F.; Garnier, S.; Faivre, B. 2013. Phenotypic variation of Forest Thrushes Turdus lherminieri in Guadeloupe: evidenc for geographic differentiation at fine spatial scale. Journal of Ornithology 154: 977-985.

Bambini, L.; Daley, J. R.; Fenton, C.; Gray, G. A. L.; James, G.; Martin, L.; Mendes, S.; Oppel, S. 2017. Current population status of four endemic Caribbean forest birds on Montserrat. The Journal of Caribbean Ornithology 30(1): 2-9.

Bénito-Espinal, E.; Haucastel, P. 2003. Annexes scientifiques. Les oiseaux des Antilles et leur nid. Petites et Grandes Antilles. PLB Editions, Gosier, Guadeloupe.

Bond, J. 1979. Birds of the West Indies. Collins, London.

eBird. 2018. eBird: An online database of bird distribution and abundance [web application]. Ithaca, New York Available at: http://www.ebird.org.. (Accessed: 12th February 2018).

Eraud, C.; Arnoux, E.; Levesque, A.; Van Laere, G.; Magnin, H. 2012. Biologie des populations et statut de conservation des oiseaux endémiques des Antilles en Guadeloupe. ONCFS-Parc National Guadeloupe.

IUCN. 2019. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2019-3. Available at: www.iucnredlist.org. (Accessed: 10 December 2019).

Keith, A.R. 1997. The birds of St Lucia, West Indies: an annotated check-list. British Ornithologists Union, Tring, UK.

Oppel, S., Gray, G., Daley, J., Mendes, S., Fenton, C., Galbraith, G., Daniel, S. and Millett, J. 2015. Important Bird Areas - Montserrat. British Birds 108(2): 80-96.

Oppel, S.; Cassini, A.; Fenton, C.; Daley, J.; Gray, G. 2014. Population status and trend of the Critically Endangered Montserrat Oriole. Bird Conservation International 24(2): 252-261.

Parashuram , D. 2013. Population trend and habitat associations of the Forest Thrush (Turdus lherminieri) on Montserrat, West Indies. M.Sc. Thesis. University of East Anglia.

Parashuram, D., Oppel, S., Fenton, C., James, G., Daley, J., Gray, G., Collar, N.J., Dolman, P.M. 2015. The Forest Thrush Turdus lherminieri prefers mature mesic forest with dense canopy. Bird Conservation International 25: 503-513.

Raffaele, H.; Wiley, J.; Garrido, O.; Keith, A.; Raffaele, J. 1998. Birds of the West Indies. Christopher Helm, London.

Tracewski, L.; Butchart, S. H. M.; Di Marco, M.; Ficetola, G. F.; Rondinini, C.; Symes, A.; Wheatley, H.; Beresford, A. E.; Buchanan, G. M. 2016. Toward quantification of the impact of 21st-century deforestation on the extinction risk of terrestrial vertebrates. Conservation Biology 30(5): 1070-1079.

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Recommended citation
BirdLife International (2021) Species factsheet: Turdus lherminieri. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 03/12/2021. Recommended citation for factsheets for more than one species: BirdLife International (2021) IUCN Red List for birds. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 03/12/2021.