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Supplementary Materials from Publications
Hawaii wetland loss shape files (zipped raster data sets, in a GeoDatabase, 9.3 MB) associated with van Rees, C. B. and J. M.
Reed. Wetland loss in Hawaii since human settlement. Wetlands
Feral cat population model (Excel
spread sheet) associated with McCarthy, R. J., S. H. Levine,
and J. M. Reed. 2013. Feral cat control: more effective when
reproductive hormones remain intact. Journal of the American
Veterinary Medical Association.
Table (Excel spread sheet) of the raw observational data analyzed in
Dane, B., R. Harris, and J. M. Reed. 2013. Female goldeneye ducks (Bucephala clangula)
do not discriminate among male precopulatory display patterns. PLOS ONE.
- Updated table of sightings and redone
extinction calculations for Elphick, C. S., D.L. Roberts, and J. M. Reed. 2010.
Estimated dates of recent extinctions for North American and Hawaiian birds.
Biological Conservation 143:617-624.Updates will be in red –
CURRENTLY THERE ARE NO CHANGES. (Download
Table 1 and
Updated Supplemental Materials)
Table of body size measurements of Common Moorhen subspecies as
described in DesRochers, D.W., M. D. Silbernagle, A. Nadig, and J. M. Reed.
2010. Body size, growth, and feather mass of the endangered Hawaiian Moorhen
(Gallinula chloropus sandvicensis). Pacific Science 64:327-333.
Picture guide to aging Hawaiian Moorhen, associated with
DesRochers et al. unpublished.
- Pictures of Hawaiian Moorhen molt, as described
in DesRochers, D. W., L. K. Butler, M. D. Silbernagle, and J. M.
Reed. 2009. Observations of molt in an endangered rallid, the
Hawaiian Moorhen. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 121:148-153.
Hawaiian Moorhen adults captured at James
Campbell National Wildlife Refuge, Oahu, HI with:
|Recently completed molt
|Abraded remiges prior to molt
|Simultaneously molting remiges
|Remiges molting asynchronously
Photos by D. DesRochers.
Hawaiian Moorhen calls used in DesRochers et al. (2008) for
(Download PDF) All recording except peeping were made by David
DesRochers on Oahu. The cackle, squawk, yelp, and cluck (all adult
vocalizations) were recorded in 2004 at Waimea Valley Audubon, and
the squeal (chick vocalization) was recorded at James Campbell
National Wildlife Refuge. The peeping call (adult vocalization) is
from Pratt (1995 Voices of Hawaii's Birds, Hawaii Audubon
Society) recorded on Oahu.
To download, click on call name
Vital Rate Sensitivity Analysis software associated with
Fefferman and Reed 2006
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