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Out of the mists comes knowledge of little-known endemics, as researchers band together to predict a no-analog futureAuthor(s): Pablo Elizondo; C. John Ralph; Jared D. Wolfe
Source: The All-Bird Bulletin Fall/Winter 2011: 6-7, 22
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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CitationElizondo, Pablo; Ralph, C. John; Wolfe, Jared D. 2011. Out of the mists comes knowledge of little-known endemics, as researchers band together to predict a no-analog future. The All-Bird Bulletin Fall/Winter 2011: 6-7, 22.
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