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Hutchinson, T.C. 1946: The White, winged Wood-Duck, Asacornis scutulatus (Mulier). Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 462: 402-403
Longhurst, A.R. 1960: The White-Eye in New Zealand. Avicultural Magazine 66: 89-90
Momose, F. 1935: The White-Whispered (i.e., whiskered) Japanese Boar. Natural Science and Museums Tokyo 6(1): 6-10
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Hindwood, K.A. 1941: The White-backed Swallow in coastal New South Wales and Queensland. Emu 40: 304-307
Hopkinson, D.R. 1908: The White-bellied Amethyst Starling (Pholidauges leucogaster). Avicult Brighton 2: 269-277
Seth-Smith, D. 1930: The White-bellied Touraco Schizorhis leucogaster. Avicultural Magazine, 8: 33
Plessis, S.; Sdu. 1956: The White-breasted Cormorant (Phalacrocorax lucidus) in captivity. Publications Scientific Council for Africa South of the Sahara 25: 267-268
Jones, F.W. 1940: The White-breasted Petrel of Southern Australia. Emu Melbourne 39: 277-278
Whittell, H.M. 1933: The White-breasted Robin. Emu Melbourne 38: 22-23
Mack, G. 1933: The White-breasted Whistler (Pachycephala lanioides Gould). Emu Melbourne 33: 1-3
Allen, F.H. 1912: The White-breasted and Red-breasted Nuthatches. Bird Lore Harrisburg P: 14 316-319
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Gwynne, A.J. 1932: The White-browed Scrib-Wren (Sericornis frontalis). Emu Melbourne 31: 279
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Martin, H.C. 1939: The White-capped Tanager (Stephanophorus dia-dematus). Avicultural Magazine 5: 4: 175-181
Moffitt, J. 1937: The White-cheeked Goose in California. Condor Berkeley 39: 149-159
Jewitt, S.G. 1932: The White-cheeked Goose in Oregon. Condor 34: 136
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Phillips, R. 1898: The White-eared Grassfinch. Avicult, IV 169-172, 185-188
Seth Smith, D. 1936: The White-eared Grassfinch (Poephila leucotis). Avicult(5): 35-38
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