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Birds of Tapuafu peninsula, Roti Island, Lesser Sundas, Indonesia

Trainor, CR (2005). Birds of Tapuafu peninsula, Roti Island, Lesser Sundas, Indonesia. Forktail,21:121-131.

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Title Birds of Tapuafu peninsula, Roti Island, Lesser Sundas, Indonesia
Author Trainor, CR
Journal Name Forktail
Publication Date 2005
Volume Number 21
ISSN 0950-1746   (check CDU catalogue open catalogue search in new window)
Start Page 121
End Page 131
Total Pages 11
Publisher Oriental Bird Club
HERDC Category C1 - Journal Article (DEST)
Abstract Roti island lies 10 km south of West Timor in the Lesser Sundas, Indonesia. Its bird fauna is poorly known. During 16–23 December 2004, 104 bird species were observed on the northern Tapuafu peninsula, including 32 new island records. Eight species of conservation importance were recorded: Yellow-crested Cockatoo Cacatua sulphurea (Critically Endangered), Timor Green Pigeon Treron psittacea (Endangered) and six Near Threatened species: Black Cuckoo Dove Turacoena modesta, Pink-headed Imperial Pigeon Ducula rosacea, Darter Anhinga melanogaster, Olive-shouldered Parrot Aprosmictus jonquillaceus, Orange-sided Thrush Zoothera peronii and White-bellied Bushchat Saxicola gutturalis.
 
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