The Breeding Biology of Micropus Caffer Streubelii Hartlaub

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1942
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Moreau R.E
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Information on the breeding habits of the Micropodidro is comparatively scanty and unsatisfactory, doubtless because so many of their nests are in inaccessible places or are hidden in crevices. Moreover, for the family as a whole the indications are that the events at the nest follow each other at long intervals-; so that, on the one hand, the behaviour at the nest is wearisome to observe, and, on the other hand, long series and long spells of observations are needed before the rhythm and behaviour of a species can be worked out.
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The Ibis, p. 27-49