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Date: Thu, 04 Mar 1999 10:05:01

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EMU Vol.99 Part 1, March 1999

Jurisevic, Mark A.  (1999).  Structural change of begging vocalisations and
vocal repertoires in two hand-raised Australian passerines, the Little
Raven, Corvus mellori, and White-winged Chough, Corcorax melanorhamphos.
EMU 99: 1-8.

Peter, John M.  (1999).  The Rufous Bristlebird, Dasyornis broadbenti, at
the eastern edge of its range: selected aspects of distribution, habitat
and ecology.  EMU 99: 9-14.

Franklin, Donald C.; & Noske, Richard A.  (1999).  Birds and nectar in a
monsoonal woodland: correlations at three spatio-temporal scales.  EMU 99:

Notice.  (1999).  D.L.Serventy Medal.  EMU 99: 28.

Waugh, S.M.; Sagar, P.M.; & Cossee, R.O.  (1999).  New Zealand Black-browed
Albatross, Diomedea melanophrys impavida, and Grey-headed Albatross,
D.chrysostoma, banded at Campbell Island: recoveries from the South Pacific
region.  EMU 99: 29-35.

Dunlop, J.N.; & Goldberg, J.A.  (1999).  The establishment of a new Brown
Noddy, Anous stolidus, breeding colony off south-western Australia.  EMU
99: 36-39.

Kirkwood, Roger; & Robertson, Graham.  (1999).  The occurrence and purpose
of huddling by Emperor Penguins during foraging trips.  EMU 99: 40-45.

Smith, L.H.  (1999).  Structural changes in the main retrices of the Superb
Lyrebird, Menura novaehollandiae, in the development of the filamentary
feathers.  EMU 99: 46-59.

Notice.  (1999).  Twenty-third IOC, Beijing, China.  EMU 99: 59.

Tuck, G.N.; Polacheck, T.; Croxall, J.P.; Weimerskirch, H.; Prince, P.A.; &
Wotherspoon, S.  (1999).  The potential of archival tags to provide
long-term movement and behaviour data for seabirds: first results from
Wandering Albatross, Diomedea exulans, of South Georgia and the Crozet
Islands.  EMU 99: 60-68.

Notice.  (1999).  Application published in the Bulletin of Zoological
Nomenclature.  EMU 99: 68.

Chapman, Angela; Bradford, Matt G.; & Hoskin, Conrad J.  (1999).  Sap
suckers: a novel bird ?guild? in wet sclerophyll forests of tropical north
Queensland.  EMU 99: 69-72.

Ryan, Peter G.; & Nel, Deon C.  (1999).  Foraging behaviour of diving
petrels, Pelecanoides.  EMU 99: 72-74.

Renner, Martin; & Davis, Lloyd S.  (1999).  Sexing Little Penguins,
Eudyptula minor, from Cook Strait, New Zealand, using discriminant function
analysis.  EMU 99: 74-79.

Webster, Alan; Cooke, Raylene; Jameson, Glen; & Wallis, Robert.  (1999).
Diet, roosts and breeding of Powerful Owls, Ninox strenua, in a disturbed,
urban environment: a case for cannibalism? or a case of infanticide?.  EMU
99: 80-83.

Davis, Wm.James.  (1999).  Book Review: Encyclopedia of Birds: A
Comprehensive Illustrated Guide by International Experts. (Joseph Forshaw
(Consultant Editor). 1998. University of NSW Press / Weldon Owen
Productions: Sydney).  EMU 99: 84.

Hugo Phillipps,
Birds Australia Conservation & Liaison,
Australian Bird Research Centre,
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