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A new species of [[underlined]] Thryothorus [[/underlined]] from the Pacific Coast. By A.W. Anthony.  The Ark, XII, no.1, January, 1985, pp.51-52.  Describes a new Wren ([[underlined]] Thryothorus leucophrys [[/underlined]]), closely related to [[underlined]] Thryothorus bewickii spilurus [[/underlined]], from San Clemente Island, California.  [Based partly upon Museum material.]

The Birds of Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey with Introductory Chapters on Geographical Distribution and Migration Prepared under the direction of the Delaware Valley Ornithological Club By Witmer Stone Conservator Ornithological Section Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia - Philadelphia Delaware Valley Ornithological Club 1894. - 800., pp.VII, 185, frontispiece and two maps.  An annotated list of 349 species of birds ascertained to occur within the limits of Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey, preceded by chapters devoted to 'Geographical Distribution of Birds' and 'Bird Migration'.  A full bibliography is added.  [Based in part upon Museum material.]

A flying Trip to the Tropics  A Record of Ornithological Visit to the United States of Colombia, South America and to the Island of Curacao West Indies in the year 1892 By Wirt Robinson Second Lieutenant, Fourth U.S. Artillery Cambridge Printed at the Riverside Press 1895 P 800. pp. I-X, 1-194, with 108 illustrations.  An account, in the form of a journal, of a trip to Columbia, and to the Island of Curacao, lasting 54 days.  Much attention was directed to Natural History, especially to birds.  An annotated list of 91 species of birds observed in Columbia, and an additional list of 38
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