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Book reviewThe Largest Avian Radiation. The Evolution of Perching Birds or the Order Passeriformes

Book reviewThe Largest Avian Radiation. The Evolution of Perching Birds or the Order Passeriformes CSIRO PUBLISHING Pacific Conservation Biology, 2022, 28, 195–196 Book review https://doi.org/10.1071/PCv27_BR8 Book review as further backgrounding to help the readers understand the THE LARGEST AVIAN RADIATION. Passeriform radiation. The final, and second, appendix describes THE EVOLUTION OF PERCHING BIRDS OR the methods in detail for generating the time-calibrated tree used in the main classification (presented earlier in the book). The THE ORDER PASSERIFORMES book has a contents, front material e.g. preface, then the three Jon Fjeldsa, Les Christidis, Per G. P. Ericson (Eds) core sections mentioned above that are divided into 20 chapters. 2020. Published by Lynx Edicions, Barcelona. 345 pp., 2.6 kg. Ten chapters are devoted to the second and core section – the Hardback, 80.00h, ISBN 978-84-16728-33-6 Classification and families of passerine birds, two appendices, a reference section and an index conclude the book. The audience being addressed is a professional one. The Jon Fjeldsa˚ (lead editor and author) is an Emeritus Professor at audience will include all those with an interest in avian taxon- omy, evolution and biogeography. It will include all those keen Natural History Museum of Denmark. In addition to sporting a to see the latest and most detailed iteration of the passeriform spectacular http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Pacific Conservation Biology CSIRO Publishing

Book reviewThe Largest Avian Radiation. The Evolution of Perching Birds or the Order Passeriformes

Pacific Conservation Biology , Volume 28 (2): 2 – Mar 9, 2021

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CSIRO Publishing
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Copyright © The Author(s). Published by CSIRO Publishing
ISSN
1038-2097
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2204-4604
DOI
10.1071/PCv27_BR8
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CSIRO PUBLISHING Pacific Conservation Biology, 2022, 28, 195–196 Book review https://doi.org/10.1071/PCv27_BR8 Book review as further backgrounding to help the readers understand the THE LARGEST AVIAN RADIATION. Passeriform radiation. The final, and second, appendix describes THE EVOLUTION OF PERCHING BIRDS OR the methods in detail for generating the time-calibrated tree used in the main classification (presented earlier in the book). The THE ORDER PASSERIFORMES book has a contents, front material e.g. preface, then the three Jon Fjeldsa, Les Christidis, Per G. P. Ericson (Eds) core sections mentioned above that are divided into 20 chapters. 2020. Published by Lynx Edicions, Barcelona. 345 pp., 2.6 kg. Ten chapters are devoted to the second and core section – the Hardback, 80.00h, ISBN 978-84-16728-33-6 Classification and families of passerine birds, two appendices, a reference section and an index conclude the book. The audience being addressed is a professional one. The Jon Fjeldsa˚ (lead editor and author) is an Emeritus Professor at audience will include all those with an interest in avian taxon- omy, evolution and biogeography. It will include all those keen Natural History Museum of Denmark. In addition to sporting a to see the latest and most detailed iteration of the passeriform spectacular

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Pacific Conservation BiologyCSIRO Publishing

Published: Mar 9, 2021

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