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The Hawaiian Honeycreepers; Drepanidinae

by H Douglas Pratt, Jack Jeffrey, Sheila Conant

The Hawaiian Honeycreepers; Drepanidinae
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Typified by nectar feeding, their bright colours and canary like song, Hawaiian Honeycreepers are considered one of the finest examples of adaptive radiation. Divided into two main sections, part one is an overview of their evolution and natural history, part two comprises of accounts of each species.


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