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Global Heating Threatens the `I`iwi (Vestiaria coccinea), Currently a Common Bird of Upper Elevation Forests in Hawaii

By Anthony Povilitis

Submitted: December 17th 2010Reviewed: April 28th 2011Published: September 12th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/24971

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