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The Earliest Extant Bird List of Hainan: An Annotated Translation of the Avian Section in Qiongtai Zhi. By Roderich Ptak and Baozhu Hu. pp. 156. (Maritime Asia 28) Wiesbaden, Harrassowitz, 2015.

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1 Swinhoe, Robert, “On the Ornithology of Hainan” [part 1], Ibis 12.1 (1870), p. 90.

2 燕窠土.

3 « Zhonghua bencao » bianweihui « 中華本草 » 編委會, Zhonghua bencao 中華本草, 10 vols. (Shanghai, Kexue jishu chubanshe 科學技術出版社, 1999), vol. 9, p. 505.

4 Goodale, Eben and Kotagama, Sarath W., “Testing the Roles of Species in Mixed-Species Bird Flocks of a Sri Lankan Rain Forest”, Journal of Tropical Ecology 21.6 (2005), p. 669.

5 McClure, H. Elliott, “The Composition of Mixed Species Flocks in Lowland and Sub-montane Forests of Malaya”, The Wilson Bulletin 79.2 (1967), p. 131.

6 McClure, “Mixed Species Flocks”, p. 142.

7 Swinhoe, “Ornithology of Hainan”, pp. 84, 87–88.

8 British Trust for Ornithology, “Laridae – Gulls” (Online: Accessed 20 March 2015).

9 Qing 青.

10 Zhonghua bencao, vol. 3, p. 239; Flora of China Editorial Committee, Flora of China, vol. 6, (St. Louis and Beijing: Missouri Botanical Garden/Science Press, 2001), p. 330.

11 唐慎微, 重修政和經史證纇僃用本草 (人民衛生出版社).

12 中國鳥纇野外手册 (長沙: 湖南教育出版社).

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