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Mao Gymnomyza samoensis



References

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Beichle, U. and Baumann, S. 2003. Die Landvoegel der Samoa-Inseln. TenDenZen 1-2: 1-156.

Beichle, U.; Maelzer, M. 1985. A conservation programme for Western Samoa. In: Diamond, A.W.; Lovejoy, T.E. (ed.), Conservation of tropical forest birds, pp. 297-299. International Council for Bird Preservation, Cambridge, U.K.

Bellingham, M.; Davis, A. 1988. Forest bird communities in Western Samoa. Notornis 35: 117-128.

Elmqvist, T.; Rainey, W. E.; Pierson, E. D.; Cox, P. A. 1994. Effects of tropical cyclones Ofa and Val on the structure of a Samoan lowland rain forest. Biotropica 26: 384-391.

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Freifeld, H. B.; Steadman, D. W.; Sailer, J. K. 2001. Birds on offshore islands in Samoa. Journal of Field Ornithology 72: 72-85.

Lovegrove, T.; Bell, B.; Hay, R. 1992. The indigenous wildlife of Western Samoa: impacts of Cyclone Val and a recovery management strategy. New Zealand Department of Conservation, Wellington.

MNRE. 2006. Recovery plan for the Ma'oma'o or Mao (Gymnomyza samoensis) Samoa's largest forest honeyeater: 2006-2016 . Ministry of Natural Resources & Environment, Apia, Samoa.

Park, G.; Hay, R.; Whistler, A.; Lovegrove, T. 1992. The conservation of biological diversity in the coastal lowlands of Western Samoa. New Zealand Department of Conservation, Wellington.

Pratt, H. D. and Mittermeier, J. C. 2016. Notes on the natural history, taxonomy, and conservation of the endemic avifauna of the Samoan Archipelago. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 128(2): 217-241.

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Stirnemann, R. L., Potter, M. A., Butler, D. and Minot, E. O. 2015b. Compounding effects of habitat fragmentation and predation on bird nests. Austral Ecology 40(8): 974–981.

Stirnemann, R., Potter, M. A., Butler, D. and Minot, E. 2015. Slow life history traits in an endangered tropical island bird, the Ma’oma’o. Bird Conserv. Int. DOI: 10.1017/S0959270915000234.

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BirdLife International (2020) Species factsheet: Gymnomyza samoensis. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 07/08/2020. Recommended citation for factsheets for more than one species: BirdLife International (2020) IUCN Red List for birds. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 07/08/2020.