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Biology and Conservation of the Piping Guans


Biology and Conservation of the Piping Guans (Pipile)

CONTENTS
Foreword by Nigel J. Collar

FIELD CONSERVATION AND ECOLOGY
Gina Sedaghatkish, Mauro Galetti and Carina Denny
The importance of Pipile as a seed-disperser of economically important plants

Stan Temple
The status of Pipile pipile in Trinidad


Robert P. Clay, Alberto Madroño-N and James C. Lowen
A review of the status and ecology of the Black-fronted Piping-guan (Pipile jacutinga) in Paraguay


Mauro Galetti
Ecology and conservation of Pipile jacutinga in Sao Paulo State, Brazil


Fábio Olmos
The Pipile cumanensis grayi - P. cujubi nattereri contact zone in Mato Grosso, Brazil


Alfredo J. Begazo
Population abundance of Pipile cumanensis in Northeastern Peru


CAPTIVE BREEDING

Karen E. DeMatteo, Cheryl S. Asa, Michael S. Macek, and Timothy L. Snyder
Use of the Common Piping Guan (Pipile c. cumanensis) as a model for short- and long-term preservation of Cracid semen


Veronique Connolly and Gilles Seutin
The how and why of a captive breeding program for the critically endangered Trinidad Piping Guan


HARVEST PATTERNS

Daniel M. Brooks
Pipile as a protein souce to rural hunters and Amerindians


Alfredo J. Begazo
Implications of a community basewildlife management program in the conservation of Pipile cumanensis


CONCLUSION

Daniel M. Brooks and Stuart D. Strahl
Action Planning for Endangered Piping Guans (Pipile)

Appendix 1
Threats and Actions for Pipile


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