Browsing Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit by Subject "Japanese White-eye"

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  • Berger, Andrew J (Island Ecosystems IRP, U.S. International Biological Program, 1972-08)
    The dominant and subdominant plants are listed for 10 major vegetational and climatic areas within Volcanoes National Park. These areas are located at elevations between 1,400 and 10,000 feet. Information on the birds found ...
  • Berger, Andrew J (Island Ecosystems IRP, U.S. International Biological Program, 1972-09)
    The Kilauea Forest Reserve is notable for the island of Hawaii because it provides habitat for at least nine species of endemic birds, of which six species are members of the Hawaiian Honeycreeper family (Drepanididae): ...
  • Guest, Sandra J (Island Ecosystems IRP, U.S. International Biological Program, 1973-09)
    The White-eye (Zosterops japonica japonica) is a small passerine bird, first introduced to Hawaii from Japan in 1929. Since that time it has spread to all of the main islands, and is now is found from sea level to tree ...

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