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Some new birds from North Borneo

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  2. vide alsoMcGregor, Manual of Philippine Birds, 1909, p. 314. Discussion of plumages ofC. rufidorsus showing that immature birds not infrequently have a little blue on the back and wings.

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  7. Robinson &Kloss identified two birds from N. E. Sumatra ass. sepiaria in Journ. Straits Branch Roy. Asiat. Soc., 1919, p. 114 but they have bright under tail-coverts and are nearer totardinata than tosepiaria.

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  12. videRobinson &Kloss, Journ. Straits Branch Roy. Asiat. Soc., No. 81, 1920, p. 115; id., Journ. Federated Malay States Museums, XI, 1924, p. 336.

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Chasen, F.N., Kloss, C.B. Some new birds from North Borneo. J. Ornithol 77, 106–121 (1929).

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