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Published: 2024-02-07
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Driophlox, a new genus of cardinalid (Aves: Passeriformes: Cardinalidae)

Department of Biology; San Diego State University; CA; 92182; San Diego; USA
U.S. Geological Survey; Eastern Ecological Science Center; Laurel; MD 20708; Department of Vertebrate Zoology; National Museum of Natural History; Washington; DC; 20560
Department of Birds and Mammals; San Diego Natural History Museum; San Diego; CA; 92112
Department of Biology; San Diego State University; CA; 92182; San Diego; USA
Aves Passeriformes Cardinalidae Driophlox new genus


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