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William T Brigham's Hawaiian Birds and a Possible Historical Record of Ciridops anna (Aves: Drepanidini) from Molokai
|dc.contributor.author||Olson, Storrs L.|
|dc.identifier.citation||Olson SL. 1992. William T. Brigham's Hawaiian birds and a possible historical record of Ciridops anna (Aves: Drepanidini) from Molokai. Pac Sci 46(4): 495-500.|
|dc.description.abstract||Two of the five known specimens of the extinct Hawaiian bird Ciridops anna (Dole, 1878) came to the Museum of Comparative Zoology with a small collection of Hawaiian birds of unknown origin. Historical evidence is marshaled to show that this material was almost certainly collected by William T. Brigham in 1864-1865. Circumstantial evidence suggests that the specimens of Ciridops anna may have come from the island of Molokai, where the species was previously unknown during the historic period.|
|dc.publisher||University of Hawai'i Press|
|dc.title||William T Brigham's Hawaiian Birds and a Possible Historical Record of Ciridops anna (Aves: Drepanidini) from Molokai|
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Pacific Science Volume 46, Number 4, 1992|
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