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Congo bibliography: Aves

  1. Anon. Weaver alive and well: World Birdwatch 8(3) 1986: 5.
  2. Arinaitwe, J. Grauer's rush warbler Bradypterus graueri: Eanhs Bulletin 26(1), March 1996: 14-15.
  3. Ashton, W. L G, C. Randall J, M. Dagless D, and T. Eaton M. Suspected reovirus associated hepatitis in parrots: Veterinary Record 114(19) 1984: 476-477, Illustr.
  4. Assink, H. Report on the fourth meeting of Congo peafowl members: Wpa News No. 34 1991: 7-8, Illustr.
  5. Atyeo, W. T. A new genus of feather mites and a new expression of male polymorphism (Analgoidea: Avenzoariidae): Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 57(3) 1984: 437-455, Illustr.
  6. Bannerman, David Armitage. 1953. The birds of West and Equatorial Africa Eurylaemidae to Ploceidae. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd.
  7. . 1953. The birds of West and Equatorial Africa Struthionidae to Picidae. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd.
  8. . 1958. Larger birds of West Africa. African Series: African Series (London, England), WA10. London: Penguin Books.
  9. Bannerman, David Armitage, and David Armitage Bannerman. 1953. The birds of West and Equatorial Africa. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd.
  10. Benson, C. W, and A. Prigogine. The status of Nectarinia afra prigoginei (Macdonald): Gerfaut 71(1) 1981: 47-57, Illustr.
  11. Beresford, Pamela. 1999. Speciation in African forest robins (Stiphronis) : species limits, phylogentic relationships, and molecular biology.Joel Cracraft. American Museum Novitates, no. 3270. New York: American Museum of Natural History.
    Abstract: The monotypic genus Stiphrornis (Aves: Turdidae) is revised under a phylogenetic species concept to include four species, one of which, from the southwest Central African Republic, is new. Mitochondrial DNA sequence data are analyzed to explore the phylogenetic relation-ships within Stiphrornis. These data indicate relatively high levels of sequence divergence among the species and corroborate their recognition as diagnosable taxa, a conclusion also supported by morphological evidence. These findings, along with the allopatric distributions of the species, compel attention to their phylogenetic and spatial history, which was not ex-plored when this group was ascribed to a single "biological" species.
    Data reviewed here also suggest that the northwest Congo Basin forest, where the new species was discovered, is more zoogeographically complex than has been previously suspected. In addition, application of a phylogenetic species concept emphasizes the narrow endemism of S. gabonensis and S. sanghensis, along with its implications for conserving their threatened habitats. The findings of this paper also reinforce the notion that patterns of geographic variation in the lowland forests of West and Central Africa are still incompletely understood and that the impact of environmental and geological history on the diversification of the forest avifauna has not yet been fully explored"--P. [1].
  12. Bergmann, J. The peafowl of the world: Saiga Publishing, Hindhead, Surrey. 1980: I-Ix, 1-99, Illustr.
  13. Bishop, M. A, and G. F Bennett. 1986. Avian Haemoproteidae. 23. The haemoproteids of the avian family Coraciidae (rollers). Canadian Journal of Zoology 64 , no. 9: 1860-1863. ill.
  14. Blancou, Lucien. 1933. Contribution à l'étude des oiseaux de l'Oubangi-Chari : (Bassins de la Ouaka et de la Kandjia). Paris: [s.n.].
  15. Brosset, A. 1997. Bird Communities of Eucalyptus Stands Around Pointe Noire, Congo. Revue D Ecologie-La Terre Et La Vie 52, no. 2: 133-51.
    Abstract: This study is an attempt to test the hypothesis that forest plantations would catalyze the regeneration of natural forest birds communities. In December 1995, in the vicinity of Pointe Noire, Congo, the bird communities were censused in 5 experimental plots of eucalyptus, 1 of acacias, 1 of pines, The species number varied in the eucalyptus plantations from 4 to 35; it was 44 in the acacias and 0 in the pines, The eucalyptus were populated by widespread and opportunistic species, the African forest endemics being absent. Seven palearctic migrants, two being common, were observed in the plots.Seven guilds, characterized by their feeding habits, are described, The specific richness of the avifauna increased with the fragmentation of the plots, the presence of an undergrowth being the key factor of the presence of a rich and diversified bird community in the plantations, The number of bird species censused in each eucalyptus plot was narrowly correlated with the number of understorey plant-species censused in the same plot,Comparisons with drier countries suggest that a humid climate reduces the competition for water in the soil and the allelopathic effects peculiar to the eucalyptus, In Congo, the rain pattern permits the spreading out of an undergrowth sufficient to sustain diversified vertebrates communities,The practise of systematically destroying the undergrowth by the sylviculturists is questionable, both for the economical benefits and for the conservation of the local species, plants and animals.
  16. Burt, F. J., R. Swanepoel, and L. Braack. Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays for the detection of antibody to Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever virus in the sera of livestock and wild vertebrates: Epidemiology and Infection 111(3), December 1993: 547-557, Illustr.
  17. Burton, J. A. 1997. Congo Bay Owl (Vol 31, 18, 1997). Oryx 31, no. 2: 110110.
  18. Butynski, Thomas M. Is the blue cuckoo shrike Coracina azurea in East Africa?: Scopus 18(2), December 1994: 126-128.
  19. . Mt Tshiaberimu gorilla census: Eanhs Bulletin 26(1), March 1996: 2-4, Illustr.
  20. Butynski, Thomas M, Upoki Agenonga, Bagurubumwe Ndera, and J Hart. Rediscovery of the Congo Bay (Itombwe) owl Phodilus prigoginei: Bulletin of the African Bird Club 4(1), March, 1997: 32-35, Illustr.
  21. Carter, C. The occurrence of both red-throated and white-fronted bee-eaters in the Virunga Park, eastern Zaire: Scopus 5(3) 1981: 80.
  22. Carter, C., and J. Colebrook Robjent F R. Nest of Bates' nightjar Caprimulgus batesi in Zaire: Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club 103(2) 1983: 76.
  23. Chapin, James Paul. 1928. The African cuckoos of the genus Cercococcyx. American Museum Novitates, no. 313. New York: American Museum of Natural History.
  24. . 1932. The birds of the Belgian Congo, part 1.Herbert Lang, and American Museum Congo Expedition. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, v. 65. New York: American Museum of Natural History.
  25. . 1932. The birds of the Belgian Congo part 1, section A.American Museum of Natural History. New York: s.n.
  26. . 1939. The birds of the Belgian Congo, part 2 .Herbert Lang, and American Museum Congo Expedition. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, v. 75. New York: American Museum of Natural History.
  27. . 1953. The birds of the Belgian Congo, part 3.American Museum Congo Expedition. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, v. 75A. New York: American Museum of Natural History.
  28. . 1954. The birds of the Belgian Congo, part 4.American Museum Congo Expedition. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, v. 75B. New York: American Museum of Natural History.
  29. . 1917. The classification of the weaver-birds .American Museum Congo Expedition. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, v. 37, article 9. New York: American Museum of Natural History.
  30. . 1938? The Congo peacock. n.p.
  31. . 1937. The Congo Peacock Expedition. American Museum of Natural History. 1 videocassette (34 min.) videorecording. New York: American Museum of Natural History.
    Abstract: This film documents the AMNH Congo Peacock Expedition to Zaire in 1937, led by ornithologist James Chapin and aimed at finding specimens of the Congo peacock
  32. . 1921. Description of four new birds from the Belgian Congo.American Museum Congo Expedition. American Museum Novitates, no. 7. no. 5. New York City: American Museum of Natural History.
  33. . 1915. Descriptions of three new birds from the Belgian Congo .Herbert Lang. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History , v. 34, article 16. New York: American Museum of Natural History.
  34. . 1916. Four new birds from the Belgian Congo. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, v. 35, article 3. New York: American Museum of Natural History.
  35. . 1932. Fourteen new birds from tropical Africa. American Museum Novitates, no. 570. New York: By Order of the Trustees of American Museum of Natural History.
  36. . 1930. Geographic variation in the African Scops Owl. American Museum Novitates, no. 412. New York: By Order of the Trustees of American Museum of Natural History.
  37. . 1929. A new Bower-bird of the genus Xanthomelus. American Museum Novitates, no. 367. New York: By Order of the Trustees of American Museum of Natural History.
  38. . 1928. A new species of Waxbill (Estrilda) from the Southeastern Congo.Ruwenzori-Kivu Expedition of the American Museum of Natural History (1926-1927). American Museum Novitates, no. 308. New York: American Museum of Natural History.
  39. . 1921. Notes on a new Ox-Pecker and other little-known birds of the Congo.American Museum Congo Expedition. American Museum Novitates, no. 17. New York: American Museum of Natural History.
  40. . 1923. Notes on some birds of Tropical Africa with descriptions of three new forms.American Museum Congo Expedition. American Museum Novitates, no. 56. New York: American Museum of Natural History.
  41. . 1923. The Olive Ibis of Dubus and its representative on São Thomé. American Museum Novitates, no. 84. New York: By Order of the Trustees of American Museum of Natural History.
  42. . 1916. The pennant-winged nightjar of Africa and its migration .American Museum Congo Expedition. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, v. 35, article 10. New York: American Museum of Natural History.
  43. . 1954. Races of the African Finfoot (Aves, Heliornithidae). American Museum Novitates: American Museum Novitates, no. 1659. New York: By Order of the Trustees of American Museum of Natural History.
  44. . 1924. Size-variation in Pyrenestes a genus of Weaver-Finches.American Museum Congo Expedition. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, v. 49, article 4. New York: American Museum of Natural History.
  45. . 1922. The species and geographic races of Steganura / by James P. Chapin. American Museum Novitates, no. 43. no. 7. New York City: American Museum of Natural History.
  46. Chapin, James Paul, R. Chapin T, L. Short L, and J. Horne F M. Notes on the diet of the least honeyguide Indicator exilis in eastern Zaire: Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club 107(1) 1987: 32-35, Illustr.
  47. Chapin, R. T. Breeding behaviour of the bronzy sunbird Nectarinia kilimensis: Eanhs Bulletin 1978(May-June) 1978: 52-55.
  48. Clancey, P. A. Miscellaneous taxonomic notes on African birds 61: Durban Museum Novitates 13(4) 1981: 41-50.
  49. . Subspeciation in Anthus brachyurus Sundevall, 1850: Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club 105(4) 1985: 133-135.
  50. Cornet, J. P., H. G. Zeller, and J. Camicas. Contribution a l'etude des tiques (Acarina: Ixodina) vectrices du virus de la fievre hemorragique Crimee-Congo (CCHF) au Senegal. 2. Biologie, aux stases preimaginales, de Hyalomma marginatum rufipes: Acarologia (Paris) 36(4), Decembre 1995: 293-295, Illustr.
  51. Cruickshank, A. J, J. Gautier P, and C. Chappuis. Vocal mimicry in wild African grey parrots Psittacus erithacus: Ibis 135(3), July 1993: 293-299, Illustr.
  52. Curry-Lindahl, Kai. 1981. Bird migration in Africa movements between six continents. London, New York: Academic Press.
  53. . 1961? Flyttfåglarnas tropiska vinterhem nordiskt fågelliv i Kongo. Stockholm: Folket i bilds.
  54. Curry-Lindahl, Kai, and Michel Cuisin. 1980. Les Oiseaux migrateurs à travers mer et terre. Neuchâtel, Paris: Delachaux et Niestlé.
  55. Curry-Lindahl, Kai, and Stichting Mondiaal Alternatief. 1986. Ecological requirements of herons, storks and ibises (Ciconiiformes) and resulting conservation problems. Ecoscript, 34. Zandvoort: Foundation for Ecological Development Alternatives.
  56. d'Huart, J. P. Station de baguage de Lulimbi (Parc National des Virunga, Zaire). Rapport d'activite 1971-1975: Gerfaut 67(1-2) 1977: 161-168, Illustr.
  57. de Boer Leobert, E., and R. van Bocxstaele. Somatic chromosomes of the Congo peafowl (Afropavo congensis) and their bearing on the species' affinities: Condor 83(3) 1981: 204-208, Illustr.
  58. Dejaifve, P. A. Contribution a l'etude de l'avifaune de la savane guineenne du nord-Ubangui, Zaire: Gerfaut 84 1994(1995): 63-71, Illustr.
  59. . Ecologie et comportement d'un migrateur palearctique, le traquet tarier Saxicola rubetra (L.) au Zaire et sa repartition hivernale en Afrique: Revue D'ecologie La Terre Et La Vie 49(1), Janvier-Mars 1994: 35-52, Illustr.
  60. Dekeyser, P. L., and J. H. Derivot. 1968. Les oiseaux de l'Ouest africain. Initiations Et Etudes Africaines, XIX. Dakar: L'Institut Francais d'Afrique Noire.
  61. Dickerman, R. W. Notes on birds from Africa with descriptions of three new subspecies: Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club 114(4), December 1994: 274-278.
  62. Dowsett Lemaire, Francoise. 1996. Avian Frugivore Assemblages at Three Small-Fruited Tree Species in the Forests of Northern Congo. Ostrich 67, no. 2: 88-89.
  63. . The avifauna of the Lefini Reserve, Teke Plateau (Congo): Tauraco Research Report 6, 1997: 125-134.
  64. . A comment on the voice and status of vermiculated fishing-owl Scotopelia bouvieri and a correction to Dowsett-Lemaire (1922) on the maned owl Jubula lettii: Bulletin of the African Bird Club 3(2), September, 1996: 134-135, Illustr.
  65. . 1999. Hybridization in Paradise Flycatchers (Terpsiphone Rufiventer, T-Batesi and T-Viridis) in Ondzala National Park, Northern Congo. Ostrich 70, no. 2: 123-26.
    Abstract: The Redbellied and Bates's Paradise Flycatchers Terpsiphone rufiventer and T. batesi are widely distributed in the rain forests of the Guineo-Congolian Region. They have similar ecological requirements, usually identical songs and in Gabon, Congo and parts of Cameroon at least appear to be mainly allopatric. However, the two species meet in the forest/savanna mosaic of NW Congo (Odzala) where T. rufiventer inhabits only swamp forest and T. batesi both swamp and closed-canopy dryland forest. Eight of 23 birds (35%) occupying territories in swamp forest were found to be hybrids. Territories are defended against congeners as well as conspecifics. In dryland forest, however, some ir: batesi have developed a very different song-type which is not understood by birds from swamp forest. It is possible that I batesi came into contact with T. rufiventer at Odzala through the current expansion of the dryland forest. One of the hybrid males sang like African Paradise Flycatcher T. viridis, occupied a territory at the edge of swamp forest (a situation more typical of T. viridis) and may have been a multiple hybrid.
  66. . Observations of two Cuculus species fed by forest hosts in the Congo: Malimbus 18(2), September 1996: 153-154.
  67. . On the vocal behaviour and habitat of the maned owl Jubula lettii in south-western Congo: Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club 112(4) 1992: 213-218, Illustr.
  68. . 1997. Seasonality of Breeding and Moult in Forest and Savanna Birds in Northern Congo. Revue D Ecologie-La Terre Et La Vie 52, no. 2: 153-71.
    Abstract: The study was conducted in Odzala N.P., a forest-savanna mosaic close to the Equator (0 degrees 30' N) and subject to a bimodal rainfall regime. Breeding data assembled over 13 months show a peak of laying activities in August-November in forest birds (especially insectivores of the forest interior) and in August-October in savanna species, thus during the main rains (September-November) and the month preceding them. Exceptions to this pattern include species of forest edge and open canopy, water-edge birds preferring the low water levels of the dry seasons, and a few individuals of some savanna species nesting during the new flush of vegetation following dry-season bush fires. A comparison with the intensive study of Brosset & Erard (1986) in neighbouring north-east Gabon shows important differences for forest species, probably attributable to differences in forest structure and micro-climate.Primary moult is consecutive to breeding and is centred around December-April for many species. It is known to last less than two or three months in several species. An overlap in breeding and moult seems exceptional as it was found in only two individual bulbuls. The few data available suggest that first-year birds have a complete moult at the same time as the adults. In several pairs caught together, the male was in a more advanced state of moult than its mate. It seems likely that the timing for the start of moult is strongly imprinted in the endogenous annual cycle of birds and may be the main factor determining the end of breeding.
  69. . Seasonality of breeding and moult in forest and savanna birds in northern Congo: Revue D'ecologie La Terre Et La Vie 52(2), Avril-Juin, 1997: 153-171, Illustr.
  70. Dowsett Lemaire, Francoise, and R. Dowsett. The avifauna of Nouabale-Ndoki National Park, northern Congo: Tauraco Research Report 6, 1997: 111-124.
  71. . The avifauna of Odzala National Park, northern Congo: Tauraco Research Report 6, 1997: 15-48, Illustr.
  72. . The avifauna of the Kouilou Basin in Congo: Tauraco Research Report No. 4 1991: 189-239, Illustr.
  73. , editors. 1993. A contribution to the distribution and taxonomy of Afrotropical and Malagasy birds. Tauraco Research Report, no. 5. Jupille, Liège, Belgium: Tauraco Press.
  74. . The discovery of the Uganda woodland warbler Phylloscopus budongoensis and other birds of mountain habitat in the Odzala Forests, in the Congo Basin: Alauda 64(3) 1996: 364-367, Illustr.
  75. . Enquete faunistique dans la foret du Mayombe (Dimonika): itineraire, resultats et recommandations: Tauraco Research Report No. 2 1989: 1-4, Illustr.
  76. . Enquete faunistique dans la foret du Mayombe (Dimonika): itineraire, resultats et recommendations: Cahiers D'ethologie Appliquee 9(3) 1989: 411-415, Illustr.
  77. . Further additions to and deletions from the avifauna of Congo-Brazzaville: Malimbus 20(1), April, 1998: 15-32.
  78. . Liste commentee des oiseaux de la foret du Mayombe (Congo): Tauraco Research Report No. 2 1989: 5-16.
  79. Dowsett Lemaire, Francoise, R. Dowsett, and P. Bulens. Additions and corrections to the avifauna of Congo: Malimbus 15(2), October 1993: 68-80, Illustr.
  80. Dowsett, R. 1993-. Checklist of birds of the Afrotropical and Malagasy Regions.A. D. Forbes-Watson. Liège, Belgium: Tauraco Press.
  81. . Gazetteer of zoological localities in Congo: Tauraco Research Report No. 4 1991: 335-340.
  82. . Les lois gerant la conservation de la nature au Congo: critiques et recommandations: Tauraco Research Report No. 4 1991: 323-334, Illustr.
  83. Dowsett, R., and Francoise Dowsett Lemaire. Avifaune du Congo: additions et corrections: Tauraco Research Report No. 2 1989: 17-19.
  84. . Liste preliminaire des oiseaux du Congo: Tauraco Research Report No. 2 1989: 29-50.
  85. Dowsett, R., and A Prigogine. 1974. L'avifaune des monts Marungu = The avifauna of the Marungu highlands. Exploration Hydrobiologique Du Bassin Du Lac Bangweolo Et Du Luapula ; V. 19: Exploration Hydrobiologique Du Bassin Du Lac Bangweolo Et Du Luapula, v. 19. Bruxelles: Cercle hydrobiologique de Bruxelles.
  86. Dowsett, R., and R. Simpson. The status of seabirds off the coast of Congo: Tauraco Research Report No. 4 1991: 241-250, Illustr.
  87. Dubois, Alphonse Joseph Charles. 1905. Remarques sur l'ornithologie de l'État indépendant du Congo suivies d'une liste des espèces recueillies jusqu'ici dans cet état. Annales Du Musée Du Congo. Zoologie, Série 4. Bruxelles: s.n.
  88. Dupain, Jef, and Ellen Van Krunkelsven. 1996. Recent Observations of the Congo Peacock Afropavo Congensis in the Equateur Province, Zaire. Ostrich 67, no. 2: 94-95.
  89. Ezzat, M. A, and G Tadros. 1958. Contribution to the helminth fauna of Belgian Congo birds. Annales Du Musée Royal Du Congo Belge, d. 69. Tervuren: Musée Royal du Congo Belge.
  90. Faccini, J. L H, and W. Atyeo T. New feather mite taxa (Avenzoariidae): Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society 15(2) 1980: 176-182, Illustr.
  91. Fain, A., and P. Elsen. Observations sur les larves du genre Leptus Latreille 1795 (Acari, Erythraeidae) d'Afrique centrale: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 101(1) 1987: 103-123, Illustr.
  92. Fain, A., and J. Gaud. Sur un nouveau groupe d'acariens, dans la famille Pyroglyphidae (astigmates), infeode aux pics afrotropicaux des familles Capitonidae et Picidae: Acarologia (Paris) 25(1) 1984: 47-53, Illustr.
  93. Fanshawe, John H. Congo peacock Afropavo congensis: Bulletin of the African Bird Club 2(1), March, 1995: 42-43, Illustr.
  94. . Elusive Congo peacock found by film-maker Alan Root: Bulletin of the African Bird Club 1(1), March, 1994: 27.
  95. Franssen, J., and A. de Bont F. Comparaison des pherogrammes (proteines plasmatiques, hemoglobines) de trois especes du genre Textor Temminck (Aves, Ploceidae de la region de Kinshasa, Republique du Zaire): Archives Internationales De Physiologie Et De Biochimie 89(4) 1981: 365-377, Illustr.
  96. Frechkop, Serge. 1936. Mammifères & oiseaux protégés au Congo belge. Bruxelles: M. Hayez, imprimeur.
  97. Gardiner, T P. Peafowl: their conservation, breeding and management: World Pheasant Association, Reading. 1996: I-Xv, 1-87, Illustr.
  98. Gaud, J. Acariens Sarcoptiformes plumicoles des oiseaux Ciconiiformes d'Afrique 1. Introduction et parasites des Ardeidae: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 95(4) 1981: 806-828, Illustr.
  99. . Acariens Sarcoptiformes plumicoles des oiseaux Ciconiiformes d'Afrique 2. Parasites des Ciconiidae, Scopidae et Phoenicopteridae: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 96(2) 1982: 335-357, Illustr.
  100. . Acariens Sarcoptiformes plumicoles des oiseaux Ciconiiformes d'Afrique. 3. Parasites des Threskiornithidae: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 96(4) 1982: 701-730, Illustr.
  101. . Acariens Sarcoptiformes plumicoles des oiseaux Coliiformes d'Afrique: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 97(1) 1983: 45-59, Illustr.
  102. . Acariens Sarcoptiformes plumicoles des oiseaux Falconiformes d'Afrique 1. Introduction: parasites des Falconidae, des Pandionidae et des Elanions: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 97(4) 1983: 721-736, Illustr.
  103. . Acariens Sarcoptiformes plumicoles des oiseaux Falconiformes d'Afrique 2. Parasites des Accipitridae et Sagittariidae (Acariens Gabuciniidae): Revue De Zoologie Africaine 97(4) 1983: 737-766, Illustr.
  104. . Acariens sarcoptiformes plumicoles parasites de Piciformes d'Afrique. 1. Parasites des Indicatoridae: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 102(4) 1988: 411-428, Illustr.
  105. . Acariens Sarcoptiformes plumicoles parasites des oiseaux Apodiformes d'Afrique. 1. Acariens de la famille Eustathiidae: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 102(2) 1988: 201-212, Illustr.
  106. . Acariens sarcoptiformes plumicoles parasites des oiseaux piciformes d'Afrique. 2. Acariens de la sous-famille Hyonyssinae (Analygoidea, Avenzoariidae): Revue De Zoologie Africaine 103(3) 1989: 229-242, Illustr.
  107. . Acariens sarcoptiformes plumicoles parasites des oiseaux piciformes d'Afrique. 3. Parasites des Capitonidae et des Picidae - acariens de la sous-famille Pteronyssinae - genre Anephippius: Journal of African Zoology 104(3) 1990: 229-239, Illustr.
  108. . Acariens sarcoptiformes plumicoles parasites des oiseaux piciformes d'Afrique. 4. Parasites des Capitonidae et des Picidae - Acariens de la sous-famille Pteronyssinae-genre Conomerus: Journal of African Zoology 104(4) 1990: 313-333, Illustr.
  109. . Acariens sarcoptiformes plumicoles parasites des oiseaux piciformes d'Afrique. 5. Acariens des genres Pegopteronyssus et Pteronyssus (Analgoidea, Avenzoariidae): Journal of African Zoology 105(2) 1991: 113-124, Illustr.
  110. . Acariens sarcoptiformes plumicoles parasites des oiseaux piciformes d'Afrique. - 6. Acariens de la famille Trouessartiidae (Analgoidea): Journal of African Zoology 107(2), 6 May 1993: 121-134, Illustr.
  111. . Acariens sarcoptiformes plumicoles parasites sur les oiseaux Psittaciformes, Strigiformes et Caprimulgiformes en Afrique: Koninklijk Museum Voor Midden-Afrika Tervuren Belgie Annalen Zoologische Wetenschappen No. 230 1980: I-Vii, 1-106, Illustr.
  112. . Sarcoptiformes plumicoles des oiseaux Coraciiformes d'Afrique 4B. Parasites des Bucerotidae. Acariens de la famille Vexillariidae: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 94(3) 1980: 709-743, Illustr.
  113. Gaud, J., and W. Atyeo T. Les acariens du genre Pteronyssoides (Avenzoariidae, Analgoidea) parasites des hirondelles eurafricaines: Acarologia (Paris) 26(3) 1985: 295-307, Illustr.
  114. Gautier, J. P, A. Cruickshank J, and C. Chappuis. Vocal mimicry in wild African grey parrots Psittacus erithacus: Koninklijk Museum Voor Midden-Afrika Tervuren Belgie Annalen Zoologische Wetenschappen 268 1993: 453-459, Illustr.
  115. Gibbs, D. Central Africa. 31 January - 30 April 1987. A guide to seeing birds and gorillas: Publisher & Place of Publication Not Given. 1987: 1-34, Illustr.
  116. Graber, M. Parasites internes des vertebres domestiques et sauvages, autres que les primates de la Republique Populaire du Congo (d'apres la collection Cassard-Chambron, 1956-1960). Role pathogene - prophylaxie: Revue D'elevage Et De Medecine Veterinaire Des Pays Tropicaux 34(2) 1981: 155-167.
  117. . Raillietina (Raillietina) gevreyi, n. sp. (Davaineidae, Davaineinae), parasite de Tyto alba affinis Blyth, en Republique Populaire du Congo: Bulletin De L'institut Fondamental D'afrique Noire Serie a Sciences Naturelles 42(4) 1980[1984]: 702-708, Illustr.
  118. Green, G. Recent recoveries of waders ringed in Britain and Ireland: Wader Study Group Bulletin No. 28 1980: 7-10.
  119. Groselj, P. Slovenian swallow Hirundo rustica ringed in Congo: Acrocephalus (Ljubljana) 1(3) 1980: 49.
  120. Haines, C. M., and G. Stewart. 1997. An Investigation Into the Parent Rearing of Palawan Peacock Pheasants Polyplectron Emphanum and Congo Peafowl Afropavo Congensis at the Jersey Wildlife Preservation Trust. Dodo-Journal of the Wildlife Preservation Trusts 33: 160-161.
  121. Hart, J. Survey and status of the Congo peafowl in eastern Zaire. Progress report March-June 1994: Wpa News 46, November 1994: 13-16, Illustr.
  122. Hart, J, M Katembo, and K Punga. Diet, prey selection and ecological relations of leopard and golden cat in the Ituri Forest, Zaire: African Journal of Ecology 34(4), December, 1996: 364-379, Illustr.
  123. Hart, J, and Agenoga Upoki. Distribution and conservation status of Congo peafowl Afropavo congensis in eastern Zaire: Bird Conservation International 7(4), December, 1997: 295-316, Illustr.
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