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Summary: Catalog of 1,258 specimens representing 217 species of birds collected in Florida and deposited in the Florida Museum of Natural History from 1992 to 2001. Includes detailed accounts of 53 species of particular interest.
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BULLETIN


NEW SPECIMEN-BASED RECORDS
OF FLORIDA BIRDS

Andrew W. Kratter, Tom Webber, Terry Taylor, and David W. Steadman











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NEW SPECIMEN-BASED RECORDS OF FLORIDA BIRDS

ANDREW W. KRATTER1'2, TOM WEBBER', TERRY TAYLOR', AND DAVID W STEADMAN'


ABSTRACT
We report 1258 specimens of 217 species of indigenous and non-indigenous birds salvaged or collected in Florida and deposited
in the Florida Museum of Natural History from 1992 to 2001. Each of these specimens advances our understanding of the
geographic and seasonal occurrence of birds in Florida, with added biological perspective from data on sex, reproductive condition,
molt, age, and fat levels taken during preparation of the specimens. Included are detailed accounts of 161 specimens of 53
species. Of these, 15 were known previously from 10 or fewer specimens from Florida (Puffinus puffinus, Oceanites oceanicus,
Phaethon aethereus, Melanitta nigra, M. fusca, Porphyrio porphyrio, Calidris maritima, Larus fuscus, Rissa tridactyla,
Brachyramphus [marmoratus] perdix, Chordeiles acutipennis, Streptoprocne zonaris, Acridotheres tristis, Molothrus bonariensis,
and Carpodacus mexicanus). A specimen of Streptoprocne zonaris represents S. z. pallidifrons and is the first North American
specimen of this West Indian subspecies.

RESUME
Reportamos 1258 especimenes de 217 species de aves nativas e introducidas colectados o recuperados en Florida y depositados
en el Florida Museum of Natural History desde 1992 a 2001. Cada uno de esos especimenes amplia nuestro conocimiento sobre
la distribuci6n geogrifica y la presencia estacional de aves en Florida, y afiade una perspective biol6gica sobre estas aves con
datos sobre el sexo, estado reproductive, muda de plumaje, edad, y niveles de grasa notados durante la preparaci6n de los
especimenes, incluimos resefias detalladas de 161 especimenes de 53 species. De estos, 15 son conocidas previamente de 10 o
menos especimenes de Florida (Puffinus puffinus, Oceanites oceanicus, Phaethon aethereus, Melanitta nigra, M. fusca, Porphyrio
porphyrio, Calidris maritima, Larus fuscus, Rissa tridactyla, Brachyramphus [marmoratus] perdix, Chordeiles acutipennis,
Streptoprocne zonaris, Acridotheres tristis, Molothrus bonariensis, and Carpodacus mexicanus). Un especimen de Streptoprocne
zonaris pertenece a S. z. pallidifrons y es el primer especimen norteamericano de esa subesp6cie antillana.

Key Words: Florida, birds, museum, specimens, seasonality, rare species, molt


TABLE OF CONTENTS

IN T R O D U C TIO N ............................................................................................ 113
SPECIES A CCO UN TS ......................................................... ..................... 115
CORY'S SHEARWATER Calonectris diomedea diomedea ........................... 115
GREATER SHEARWATER Puffinus gravis ....................................... 115
MANX SHEARWATER Puffinus puffinus ........................ ....................... 115
SOOTY SHEARWATER Puffinus griseus ....................... ............................ 115
WILSON'S STORM-PETREL Oceanites oceanicus....................................... 115
LEACH'S STORM-PETREL Oceanodroma leucorhoa leucorhoa ................ 116
RED-BILLED TROPICBIRD Phaethon aethereus mesonauta ........................ 116
WHITE-TAILED TROPICBIRD Phaethon lepturus ascensionis...................... 118
BROWN BOOBY Sula leucogaster............................. .......................... 118
AMERICAN BITTERN Botaurus lentiginosus ............................................. 118
BLACK SCOTER Melanitta nigra americana ............................................ 118
WHITE-WINGED SCOTER Melanittafusca deglandi................................... 118
"FLORIDA" SNAIL KITE Rostrhamus sociabilis plumbeus ........................ 118




1 Florida Museum of Natural History, P. 0. Box 117800, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611.
2 Corresponding author: phone 352-392-1721; fax 352-846-0287; email kratter@flmnh.ufl.edu
A.W Kratter, T. Webber, T. Taylor, and D.W. Steadman. 2002. New specimen-based records of Florida birds. Bull. Florida Mus. Nat. Hist. 43(4): 111-161.







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COOPER'S HAWK Accipiter cooperii ........................................................ 119
BROAD-WINGED HAWK Buteo platypterus platypterus ............................. 119
SHORT-TAILED HAWK Buteo brachyurus fuliginosus ................................ 119
"AUDUBON'S" CRESTED CARACARA Caracara cheriway audubonii ......... 119
MERLIN Falco columbarius columbarius ......................................... 120
PEREGRINE FALCON Falco peregrinus anatum ......................................... 120
BLACK RAIL Laterallus jamaicensisjamaicensis ................................... 120
PURPLE SWAMPHEN Porphyrio porphyrio poliocephalus ......................... 120
W HOOPING CRANE Grus americana .......................... ........................ 120
BLACK-BELLIED PLOVER Pluvialis squatarola .......................................... 120
SNOWY PLOVER Charadrius alexandrinus nivosus.................................... 120
PURPLE SANDPIPER Calidris maritima ..................... .................... 120
RED-NECKED PHALAROPE Phalaropus lobatus.......................................... 121
POMARINE JAEGER Stercorarius pomarinus............................................ 121
LESSER BLACK-BACKED GULL Larusfuscus................... ...................... 122
GREAT BLACK-BACKED GULL Larus marinus .......................................... 122
BLACK-LEGGED KITTIWAKE Rissa tridactyla tridactyla ............................ 122
ROSEATE TERN Sterna dougallii dougallii.......................... ................. 122
BRIDLED TERN Sterna anaethetus recognita ...................................... 123
LONG-BILLED MURRELET Brachyramphus [marmoratus] perdix ............. 124
WHITE-CROWNED PIGEON Columba leucocephala................................... 124
EURASIAN COLLARED-DOVE Streptopelia decaocto................................. 124
W HITE-WINGED DOVE Zenaida asiatica ............................. .................. 125
MONK PARAKEET Myiopsitta monachus......................... .................... 125
"ANTILLEAN" SHORT-EARED OWL Asioflammeus domingensis................. 125
LESSER NIGHTHAWK Chordeiles acutipennis acutipennis........................ 125
WHITE-COLLARED SWIFT Streptoprocne zonaris pallidifrons................... 125
COMMON M YNA Acridotheres tristis ......................... ........................ 126
CEDAR WAXWING Bombycilla cedrorum.............................................. 126
NASHVILLE WARBLER Vermivora ruficapilla ruficapilla.......................... 127
MAGNOLIA WARBLER Dendroica magnolia .......................................... 127
BLACK-THROATED GREEN WARBLER Dendroica virens ............................. 127
BAY-BREASTED WARBLER Dendroica castanea ........................................ 127
CONNECTICUT WARBLER Oporornis agilis ............................................ 127
LOUISIANA WATERTHRUSH Seiurus motacilla ........................................... 128
SCARLET TANAGER Piranga olivacea......................... ........................ 128
"FLORIDA" GRASSHOPPER SPARROW Ammodramus savannarumfloridanus 128
ROSE-BREASTED GROSBEAK Pheucticus ludovicianus .............................. 128
SPOT-BREASTED ORIOLE Icterus pectoralis ............................................... 128
SHINY COWBIRD Molothrus bonariensis minimus ................................... 128
HOUSE FINCH Carpodacus mexicanus ...................... ........................ 129

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ................................................................... 129
LITERATU R E C ITED ............................................ ...................................... 129
APPENDIX: Birds acquired in Florida, June 1992 through May 2001 ........ 131
IN D E X ..................................................... ................................................. 160






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INTRODUCTION
In recent years, the bird collection at the Florida
Museum of Natural History, University of Florida (UF),
has grown substantially. Much of this growth has been
from specimens acquired in Florida (>1000 specimens
from 1998 to May 2001). More than half these specimens
(>550) have come from wildlife rehabilitation clinics,
which accept birds found injured or sick in the wild and
try to rehabilitate them for release. Because of the severity
of many injuries and illnesses, however, rehabilitation
clinics report mortality rates of 40-50% (J. Fitzgerald,
C. Rohkamm, S. Small, P. Deitschel, pers. comm.). Many
of these dead birds, formerly incinerated, are now being
saved for UF, where most are being prepared and
cataloged into the collection. The other major source of
recent specimens from Florida has been birds found dead
and donated to UF by the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FFWCC), United States
Department of Agriculture (USDA), United States Fish
and Wildlife Service (USFWS), other governmental
agencies, and the general public.
Aside from allowing determination of age, sex, and
subspecies (often not possible with sight records), new
methods of specimen preparation (such as saving a spread
wing, partial skeleton, and tissue sample, as well as the
skin from a single specimen) and data recording (e.g.,
noting detailed reproductive condition, presence or
absence of a bursa of Fabricius, skull ossification, soft-
part colors, molt, fat levels, and stomach contents) have
greatly increased the biological value of recently prepared
specimens (Winker, 2000). A major collection ofbird speci-
mens may be viewed as a library that serves as a long-
term resource for researchers and educators. Especially
given the recent proliferation of molecular techniques,
one can determine the content of the genome, the isotope
signatures, and the presence of such extraneous molecules
as pesticides or heavy metals from our specimens by
plucking a single feather or clipping a single toenail.
The principal reason for this paper is to document
the more noteworthy records among the specimens
prepared during the past ten years from Florida (Fig. 1).
These include records of several species that are of
accidental or casual status in Florida (e.g., Puffinus
puffinus, Phaethon aethereus, Chordeiles acutipennis:
see accounts or Index for English names), are rare and
local (e.g., Rostrhamus sociabilis, Laterallus
jamaicensis, Charadrius alexandrinus, Asio flammeus,
Vermivora ruficapilla), may be more common, but have
few specimen records (e.g., various shearwaters, storm-


petrels, and migrant warblers), or are recently introduced
(e.g., Grus americana, Porphyrio porphyrio, Strep-
topelia decaocto, Acridotheres tristis, Carpodacus
mexicanus). Secondarily, we provide a complete listing
of all specimens from Florida that we have prepared from
January 1992 to present (Appendix). This list will update
the compilation of all Florida specimens presented in
Stevenson and Anderson (1994).
The contribution of bird specimens to the UF
collection by wildlife rehabilitation clinics comes at a
time when active bird collecting is becoming less feasible
due to land-use restrictions, declining populations of some
species, and increased restrictions on scientific collecting
by federal and state agencies. For these reasons, the
specimen resource afforded by wildlife rehabilitation
clinics is our only means of acquiring new specimens of
many species. Because of limitations in storage space
and time for preparing specimens, however, we receive
specimens from only a small fraction of the more than
200 clinics currently licensed in Florida by the FFWCC.
The clinics that have recently donated large numbers of
specimens to us are the Florida Keys Wild Bird Center
(FKWBC) in Key Largo (Monroe Co.), the Wildlife Care
Center (WCC) in Ft. Lauderdale (Broward Co.), the
Conservancy of Southwest Florida (CSWF) in Naples
(Collier Co.), Care and Rehabilitation of Wildlife
(CROW) on Sanibel Island (Lee Co.), Florida Wildlife
Hospital (FWH) in Melbourne (Brevard Co.), Cynthia
Rohkamm (CRRC) at Lighthouse Point (Broward Co.),
and P. and J. Loll Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic (PJL) in
Indialantic (Brevard Co.).
We emphasize the importance of the UF bird
collection for both professional and amateur students of
ornithology in Florida. We regularly host visitors from
around the state. The UF collection is available for in-
house use by making an appointment with any of the
authors (contact details above). Our specimens and
associated data are used daily for a wide variety of
anatomical, systematic, paleontological, distributional,
and ecological studies. They also provide data useful to
land managers. Various UF faculty use the specimens
for teaching in five different graduate and undergraduate
courses. Recently, Alachua County's Rex Rowan has
made extensive use of the collection for his accounts of
birds in the county (Rowan and Manetz, 1995; Alachua
Audubon Society and Florida Museum of Natural
History, 1997; R. Rowan, ms. in prep.).
In our species accounts, the previous specimen
records and status of the species in Florida are taken
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otherwise. We continue their use of the terms "reports"
for sight records without further documentation and
"records" for records that have photographic or specimen
documentation. In their measures of relative abundance,
Stevenson and Anderson (1994) usually consider species
less common than in the other modem standard reference
on Florida birds (Robertson and Woolfenden, 1992). The
more conservative measures of status are appropriate
here given the difficulty and unpredictability of securing
specimens. We consider the specimen records in
Stevenson and Anderson (1994) to be current through
1991. For the period after 1991, our data on species
records and reports are taken from the Florida Field
Naturalist (compiled by B. Anderson and B. Pranty).
Some of the specimens reported here were first published
in these seasonal reports, although seldom with any data
other than location and date. Most specimens reported
here are published for the first time.

SPECIES ACCOUNTS
CORY'S SHEARWATER Calonectris diomedea diomedea.
UF 39995 (skin). Immature male, plumage a mix
of worn and fresh feathers, one secondary sheathed,
no other molt; found alive, Melbourne Beach,
Brevard Co., 7 October 1996, brought to PJL, where
it died.
Although this species is a regular and frequent
migrant offshore, there were only approximately 50
records through 1994, including 17 specimens, two of
which were from Brevard Co. The subspecies
represented is the expected C. d. diomedea, which breeds
on Mediterranean islands.

GREATER SHEARWATER Puffinus gravis.
UF 39914 (complete skeleton). Male, found dead in
surf, Paradise Beach, Brevard Co., 12 June 1997.
UF 39962 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing).
Emaciated immature female, active primary molt,
remiges mixed fresh and worn, rectrices fresh, no body
molt; found alive in surf, Indialantic, Brevard Co., 11
June 1997; died same day at PJL.
UF 40740 (complete skeleton, spread wing).
Emaciated female, fresh plumage, no molt; found dead
in surf, Vilano Beach, St. Johns Co., 10 June 1999.
UF 41628 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing). Ema-
ciated after-hatch-year male, found dead on beach by
Diane Reed, Vilano Beach, St. Johns Co., 12 June
2000. No active molt, primary 10 and secondaries 1-
2 and 7+ worn, rectrices 2-6 worn, other wing and tail
feathers fresh.


This species is an irregular summer visitor. The four
specimens listed above were all found from 10 to 12
June, although in three different years. To the total of 35
specimens listed for Florida (Stevenson and Anderson,
1994), including a few from both St. Johns and Brevard
Cos., can be added an additional 70 specimens found
dead in June 1993, which were distributed among various
museums (Pranty, 1994, but none to UF), but not all
were preserved (B. Anderson, in litt.).

MANX SHEARWATER Puffinus puffinus.
UF 39973 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing; Fig.
2). Immature female, plumage fresh, no molt; found
dead on beach by Mark Robson, 1.5 km south of Lake
Worth Public Beach, Palm Beach Co., 21 or 22
November 1997; British Museum of Natural History
band.
UF 40551 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing; Fig.
2). Immature female, actively replacing primaries, tail
fresh, light body molt; received in December 1998
without data from CRRC. Judging by wear and active
molt, probably a first-summer bird. Nearly all
specimens from CRRC come from the Boca Raton or
Ft. Lauderdale area; presumably found on the beach
in this area.
This species is occasional in Florida with approxi-
mately 20 reports and six specimens through 1996 (Ander-
son, 1996), one of which was from Palm Beach Co.

SOOTY SHEARWATER Puffinus griseus.
UF 39963 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing).
Emaciated immature female, plumage fresh, no molt;
found alive on beach, north Indialantic, Brevard Co.,
9 June 1997; died same day at PJL. Squid or octopus
beak in stomach.
UF 39993 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing).
Unknown sex and age (gonads decayed), wing worn,
tail fresh, no molt; found dead on the beach by Rex
Rowan, Vilano Beach, St. Johns Co., 10 June 1997.
This species is occasional in Florida, chiefly during
the warmer months, with about 60 reports and 11
specimens through 1991. The University of Central
Florida (UCF) has two more recent specimens from
Brevard Co. that have not been published (Bruce
Anderson, in litt.).

WILSON'S STORM-PETREL Oceanites oceanicus.
UF 40159 (skin). Adult female, active wing and body
molt; found dead, Vilano Beach, St. Johns Co., 12 June
1997.






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Figure 2. Puffinus puffinus, (left) UF 39973, skin and spread wing; (right) UF 40551, skin and spread wing. It is
distinguished from Puffinus iherminieri (Audubon's Shearwater), the only other small, white-bellied species of Puffinus
in Florida, by the white undertail coverts, proportionately long bill, and large size.


UF 42053 (skin, partial skeleton, wing). Adult male,
worn primaries, light body molt; found emaciated,
Indialantic, Brevard Co., 9 May 2001, died at FWH.
UF 42142 (skin, partial skeleton, wing). Adult female,
light wear in remiges and rectrices, no active molt,
found dead by Michelle Davis and David LaPuma,
Boca Raton, Palm Beach Co., 11 May 2001.
This storm-petrel is a regular summer visitor in small
numbers to Florida. Through 1991, only three specimens
were known for Florida, none from south of Brevard
Co. UF 40159 is the first record and specimen from St.
Johns Co. UF 42142, the first specimen for Palm Beach
Co, is the southernmost specimen for Florida.

LEACH'S STORM-PETREL Oceanodroma leucorhoa
leucorhoa.
UF 39369 (skin). Immature male found dead,
Melbourne Beach, Brevard Co., 11 June 1997.


UF 42023-27, UF 42050-52 (mix of skins, skeletons, and
spread wings). All found on beaches in Brevard Co.
(42023-27) or St. Johns and Duval Cos. (UF 42050-52),
during the intense easterly winds of 3-9 May 2001.
This storm-petrel is a rare summer visitor to Florida,
with 21 specimens known through 1996 (Anderson,
1993; Stevenson and Anderson, 1994; Pranty, 1997a,b).

RED-BILLED TROPICBIRD Phaethon aethereus mesonauta.
UF 40996 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing: Figs.
3A, 3B). Adult female (no bursa; appeared not to have
bred that year), active primary molt, tail mix of worn
and fresh feathers, no body molt; found alive in median
of Highway A1 A on Patrick Air Force Base, Brevard
Co., 2 October 1999; brought alive to FWH, died 3
October. Necrotic tissue found around the heart and
upper intestines.
This species is casual in Florida. The five reports






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Figure 3A. Phaethon aethereus (UF 40996, top) and P lepturus (UF 39615, bottom).


Figure 3B. Phaethon aethereus, UF 40996, skin (top) and spread wing (bottom). Notice the thicker and darker bill of
P aethereus (red in aethereus and yellow in lepturus), the elongated central rectrices (indicating adult plumage), and
the barred back. The black barring in the more common P lepturus is more prominent and occurs only in sub-adult
plumages, which lack elongated central rectrices. In addition, P aethereus has a more prominent black eyeline and
the outer primary coverts are black (white in P lepturus).






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listed through 1996 (Anderson, 1996) were from spring
(one record), summer, and early fall (to 9 October). The
three previous specimens consist of one each from St.
Lucie, St. Johns, and Martin Cos. The only other
evidence from Brevard Co. was a sighting off Cape
Canaveral in 1964 (Stevenson and Anderson, 1994).

WHITE-TAILED TROPICBIRD Phaethon lepturus
ascensionis.
UF 39615 (skin; Fig. 3A). Immature female, no molt;
found alive by Norma Sebers, Satellite Beach, Brevard
Co., 3 August 1995; brought to PJL, died 5 September.
UF 40589 (skin). Immature male, plumage fresh, no
molt; found alive in surf, St. Augustine, St. Johns Co.,
14 October 1998; brought to Lora Smith, licensed
wildlife rehabilitator, died next day.
Although this is the only regularly occurring
tropicbird in Florida, it is still uncommon. Reports have
been decreasing recently. All the ca. 14 specimens for
the state through 1991 are from June to September,
except for one on 20 October (Vero Beach, Indian River
Co.).

BROWN BOOBY Sula leucogaster.
UF 40628 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing).
Juvenile female, plumage light wear, no molt; found
alive but weak and emaciated, J. U. Lloyd State Park,
Dania, Broward Co., 21 November 1998; brought to
WCC, died 22 November.
UF 41423 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing).
Juvenile female, worn plumage, no molt; found with
broken ulna and emaciated, Key Largo, Monroe Co.,
10 May 2000; died 12 May at FKWBC.
UF 41610 (complete skeleton, spread wing). Juvenile
female, worn plumage; found emaciated, Pompano
Beach, Broward Co., 3 May 2000; died 8 May at WCC.
This species is occasional in Florida away from the
Dry Tortugas. Of the ca. 16 specimens from the state
through 1991, none was from Broward Co.

AMERICAN BITTERN Botaurus lentiginosus.
UF 39916 (complete skeleton). Female (age not
determined), found dead by Jim Schuette on the Miami
Canal levee, 8 mi. north of the Broward County line,
Palm Beach Co., 22 November 1992.
UF 40304 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing). Female
(probably immature), wing and tail moderately worn,
no molt; found alive, Hollywood, Broward Co., 7
March 1998; brought to WCC where it died.
UF 42006 (complete skeleton). Adult male, wing and
tail lightly worn, no molt, heavy fat; found with


fractured legs, Miami, Dade Co., 11 March 1998;
brought to WCC where it was euthanized.
This species is generally rare to casual, sometimes
locally uncommon, in the winter in Florida. UF 40304
and UF 42006 are the first specimens for Broward Co.
and Dade Co., respectively, with ca. 30 others from the
state through 1991.

BLACK SCOTER Melanitta nigra americana.
UF 40629 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing).
Immature female, wing slight wear; tail worn, light
molt on head only; found dead by Dale Henderson,
ca. 2 miles northeast of the #4 Bridge on the State
Route 24 causeway to Cedar Key, Levy Co., 14
December 1998. It had been shot.
UF 41048 (skin and spread wing). Immature female,
wing light wear, tail very worn, light molt on head
and neck only; found dead by Greg McDermott and
Rex Rowan, Huguenot County Park, Duval Co., 17
December 1999; blunt trauma to the neck, perhaps
from flying into a wire.
Black Scoters are rare and irregular in coastal
Florida. Approximately eight specimens were known
through 1991. UF 40629 is the first specimen from Levy
Co.

WHITE-WINGED SCOTER Melanitta fusca deglandi.
UF 40555 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing).
Emaciated immature female, fresh plumage, light
body molt; found alive, Lighthouse Point, Broward
Co., 11 November 1998; brought to WCC, where it
died.
White-winged Scoters are rare to very rare and
irregular in coastal Florida. Only four specimens were
known from the state through 1991. This is the first record
and specimen from Broward Co.

"FLORIDA" SNAIL KITE Rostrhamus sociabilisplumbeus.
UF 40329 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing). Adult
female in breeding condition, found dead on nest by
Victoria Drietz (University of Florida), Water
Conservation District 3A, Dade Co., 11 April 1998;
wounds consistent with being shot.
UF 41836 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing).
Immature female, found emaciated, Merritt Island,
Brevard Co., 14 May 2000; dead on arrival at FWH.
This subspecies, also found in Cuba, is considered
Endangered by the USFWS. A few specimens and several
egg sets were collected in Florida in the late nineteenth
and early twentieth centuries, but there are no published
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unpublished specimen (UCF 2351), also from May 2000,
was found injured in Broward Co. (Bruce Anderson, in
litt.). Bennetts et al. (1998) reported another Snail Kite
gunshot victim.

COOPER'S HAWK Accipiter cooperii.
UF 41003 (skin). Adult female, found alive by Jason
Pobac, Pompano Beach, Broward Co., 3 August 1999;
euthanized 5 August at WCC; necrotic wound to lower
back.
This bird was probably a local breeder. One oviduct
was convoluted, indicating that the bird had bred in 1999,
although the ovaries appeared somewhat underdeveloped
for a bird that had recently bred. The date is probably
too early for a migrant (earliest Florida migrants on 15
August). In addition, the specimen was in heavy pre-
basic molt (remiges, rectrices, and body tracts), which
in Cooper's Hawk appears to occur prior to fall migration
(Rosenfield and Bielefeldt, 1993). Cooper's Hawks are
rare to uncommon breeders in Florida, south to Glades
and Lee Cos. (Pranty, 1999). This is the southernmost
breeding evidence in Florida.

BROAD-WINGED HAWK Buteo platypterus platypterus.
UF 40247 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing).
Immature male, no molt; found dead on road by
Rodney Felix, Orchard Pond Road at Old Bainbridge
Road, Leon Co., 4 August 1998.
UF 40752 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing). Adult
female, found alive by Ken Sabourin, North Miami
Beach, Dade Co., 8 March 1999; died 9 April at WCC.
UF 41139 (complete skeleton, spread wing). Immature
male, hit by a car, found alive by Laura Rider, St. James
City, Lee Co., 13 November 1999; died 5 December
at CROW
UF 41140 (skin, partial skeleton). Immature female,
hit by car, found alive, Sanibel, Lee Co., 4 December
1999; died 6 December at CROW.
UF 42046 (complete skeleton, wing). First-winter
male, found injured, Sanibel Island, Lee Co., 10 March
2000; died at CROW.
This hawk is an uncommon summer resident in the
panhandle and northern Florida and a rare to very rare
winter resident north of Everglades National Park. It
can be abundant, however, during migration (e.g.,
autumn along the coasts) (Robertson and Woolfenden,
1992). The juvenile specimen from Leon Co. (UF 40247)
was probably from a local nest, as fall migration typically
does not begin until much later than 4 August. The ground
color of underparts of UF 40247 is a rich buff (Munsell


1 OYR 7/6 yellow), much brighter than in other immature
specimens in our collection. Although this plumage is
said to be diagnostic of immature B. p. antillarum
(Friedmann, 1950: 323), a small resident race in the
southern Lesser Antilles, the possibility of this race
reaching Florida seems slight. The color of UF 40247 is
in the range of overlap between the subspecies breeding
in Florida (B. p. platypterus) and B. p. antillarum. The
richness of buff color in juvenile Broad-winged Hawks
appears to vary within subspecies.

SHORT-TAILED HAWK Buteo brachyurusfuliginosus.
UF 40124 (skin, complete skeleton, spread wing). Adult
female, dark morph, found injured on an unknown date;
brought to CRRC, where it died; received at UF in
February 1998. The exact locale where it was found is
not known, although nearly all birds brought to CRRC
are from the Boca Raton/Ft. Lauderdale area (Palm
Beach and Broward Cos.). This non-breeding female
had active wing molt, worn rectrices, and light body
molt. It apparently had been shot.
UF 41630 (complete skeleton, spread wing). This adult
light morph female was found with a broken ulna and
radius in 1998 or 1999 and taken to the Miami Museum
of Science Bird of Prey Center. After the wing healed,
it was released at Lake Walk-in-the-Water (Polk Co.)
on 27 May 2000. It was found dead and emaciated on
16 June 2000. Although the bones had healed, the bird
probably could not hunt well.
This species is a rare to uncommon breeder in
peninsular Florida (Robertson and Woolfenden, 1992).
Among ca. 30 specimens for Florida through 1991, at
least one was from Broward Co., but none was from
Palm Beach Co.

"AUDUBON'S" CRESTED CARACARA Caracara cheriway
audubonii.
UF 22223 (skin). Female, found dead at the junction
of State Routes 29 and 78 in Big Cypress National
Preserve, Glades Co., on 4 January 1992.
UF 41161 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing). Adult
male, found in Sanibel, Lee Co., 10 January 2000;
brought to CROW, where it died 24 November 2000.
It had a healed fracture of the right humerus.
UF 42180 (complete skeleton). Adult male, active molt
wing (primaries), tail, and body molt, found dead on
State Route 192 by Jeff Ripple, 1.4 mi. west of
Interstate 95, West Melbourne, Brevard Co., 2 August
2001.
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breeding resident in south-central Florida, north to
Brevard Co. The Florida population is considered
Threatened by the USFWS.

MERLIN Falco columbarius columbarius.
UF 40971 (skin, partial skeleton). Adult female, found
Lee Co., 29 October 1999; brought to CROW, where
it died.
UF 42034 (complete skeleton). Adult female, found
Indian Harbor Beach, Brevard Co., 6 February 2001;
brought to FWH, where it died.
In Florida, Merlins are rare to uncommon fall
migrants and occasional to rare in the winter.

PEREGRINE FALCON Falco peregrinus anatum.
UF 42034 (skin, partial skeleton). Adult female, found
with broken wing in Ft. Lauderdale, Broward Co., 31
January 2001; brought to CROW, where it died.
Peregrine Falcons are rare as winter residents in
Florida and were, until recently, considered Threatened
by the USFWS.

BLACK RAIL Laterallusjamaicensisjamaicensis.
UF 39722 (skin, complete skeleton, spread wing).
Adult female, found dead by Rex and Graham Rowan,
U.S. 441 in Paynes Prairie State Preserve, Alachua
Co., 5 September 1997. Although the oviduct was
convoluted, indicating recent breeding, the remiges
were moderately fresh and not molting, indicating it
had probably already undergone pre-basic molt.
Therefore, this specimen could represent either a
migrant or local breeder.
The seasonal distribution of this rare and secretive
species is not well understood in North America
(Eddleman et al., 1994). In Florida, the small resident
population is augmented by migrants and possibly winter
visitors, although the timing of migration is not known
(Stevenson and Anderson, 1994). This is the first
Alachua Co. specimen.

PURPLE SWAMPHEN Porphyrio porphyrio poliocephalus.
UF 40766 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing: Fig.
4). First-basic female in very worn plumage, found
weak by James Parker, Pembroke Pines, Broward Co.,
31 May 1999; died same day at WCC.
A population of this widespread and highly variable
Old World species (Taylor, 1998) has recently become
established in Pembroke Pines (Pranty, 2000). In 1999,
the population numbered 125 and breeding was
confirmed. UF 40766 is the second specimen for Florida;


a specimen found dead in February 1999 was donated
to Archbold Biological Station (Pranty, 2000). Based
on plumage and skin measurements, the subspecies
appears to be P p. poliocephalus of the Indian
subcontinent and southeast Asia (Taylor, 1998).

WHOOPING CRANE Grus americana.
UF 40248-40299 (one skin and partial skeleton, 49
complete or partial skeletons, 2 complete skeletons
and spread wings). UF has been receiving the remains
of Whooping Cranes that have died as part of the
USFWS/FFWCC reintroduction program in Osceola
Co. (Nesbitt et al., 1997). Because most of the
carcasses are badly damaged (from combinations of
bobcat predation, necropsies, and decomposition),
nearly all have been prepared as skeletons.

BLACK-BELLIED PLOVER Pluvialis squatarola.
UF 39977 (partial skeleton, spread wing). Unknown
sex (all internal organs consumed by maggots), basic
plumage, no wing or tail molt; found dead by Lora
Smith (U.S. Geological Survey), U.S. 441 in Paynes
Prairie State Preserve, Alachua Co., 18 May 1999.
Black-bellied Plovers are common along the Florida
coast in winter and during migration. Although generally
rare inland, migrants can occasionally occur there in
large numbers. This is the first specimen of this species
for any non-coastal county in Florida and the third record
for Alachua Co. (Alachua Audubon Society and Florida
Museum of Natural History, 1997).

SNOWY PLOVER Charadrius alexandrinus nivosus.
UF 39977 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing).
Immature female, plumage fresh, light molt on head,
no other molt; found dead on beach by Bob Duncan,
Gulf Islands National Seashore, Escambia Co., 13
August 1997.
UF 41119 (skin, partial skeleton). Adult female,
plumage lightly worn, no molt; found sick by David
Burr, Tigertail Beach, Marco Island, Collier Co., 9
November 1999; died same day at CSWF; necrotic
wound on torso.
This species, listed as Threatened in the United
States (USFWS), is a rare to uncommon breeder on
Florida's Gulf Coast. Only eight previous specimen
locales were known from Florida through 1991,
including one from Marco Island (Collier Co).

PURPLE SANDPIPER Calidris maritima.
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Figure 4. Porphyrioporphyrio, UF 40766, skin (Fig. 4A, top) and close-up of head (Fig. 4B, bottom). The bill of this
large-bodied rail is very large and even-colored (red in life) with an arching culmen. In this subspecies (P p.
poliocephalus) the head is paler and grayer than the bluish body. The only other vaguely similar species in Florida is
the much smaller Porphyrula martinica (Purple Gallinule), which has a smaller bill, a pale blue shield basal to the
straighter culmen, a yellow bill tip, thinner tarsi, and a head that is dark purple-blue like the body.


plumage fresh, light molt on throat, no other molt;
found dead on the pier by David Cole, Ft. Clinch State
f dnPark, Nassau Co., 16 December 1998.
Purple Sandpipers are uncommon winter residents
in northeast Florida. Surprisingly, this is the first speci-
men for Nassau Co., where the species is regular. There
were only seven specimens for Florida through 1991.

RED-NECKED PHALAROPE Phalaropus lobatus.
UF 40995 (skin, partial skeleton). Emaciated juvenile
male, plumage fresh, no molt; attacked by a cat and
found alive, presumably in the vicinity of Melbourne,
Brevard Co., 26 October 1999; died next day at FWH.
This species is a very rare migrant and winter visitor,
particularly offshore. None of the ca. 10 previous speci-
mens for Florida (through 1991) was from Brevard Co.

POMARINE JAEGER Stercorariuspomarinus.
UF 40753 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing).
Probable first-summer female, heavy molt in
o .,it secondaries and rectrices, moderate molt in body
: tracts; found alive, Dania Pier, Broward Co., 13 May
1999; euthanized on arrival at WCC; severe throat
lacerations, probably from a fish hook.
This jaeger is fairly common in migration off


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Figure 5. Larusfuscus. UF 40678, skin and spread wing. This first-winter bird is similar to several other large species
of gull, especially L. argentatus (Herring Gull) and L. marinus (Great Black-backed Gull). Particularly noticeable on
L. fuscus is the uniform appearance of the remiges and wing coverts. In L. argentatus the inner primaries are much
paler than the outer. In L. marinus the feathers of the wing coverts and mantle have dark centers with pale edges,
creating a checkered appearance.


Florida's east coast. There were only 12 previous
specimens from Florida through 1991.

LESSER BLACK-BACKED GULL Larusfuscus.
UF 40618 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing: Fig.
5). First-winter female, plumage moderately worn, no
molt; found alive but emaciated, Florida Turnpike in
Pompano Beach, Broward Co., 17 January 1999; died
at CRRC; intestines with large tumor.
Although wintering populations have increased
dramatically in recent decades along the east coast of
the United States, only five previous specimens are from
Florida (including an unpublished specimen [UCF 2274],
5 April 1999, from Brevard Co.; Bruce Anderson in litt.),
and none from Broward Co.

GREAT BLACK-BACKED GULL Larus marinus.
UF 40385 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing). First-
winter male, wing and tail worn, not molting, scattered


body molt; found alive, Hillsboro Beach, Broward Co.,
21 March 1998; died at WCC.
This gull is fairly common in northeast Florida and
casual to rare in south Florida. There were only 14 Florida
specimens through 1991. UF 40385 is the southernmost
specimen from the state and the first for Broward Co.

BLACK-LEGGED KITTIWAKE Rissa tridactyla tridactyla.
UF 40354 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing). First-
winter male, plumage lightly worn, no molt; found alive
in the vicinity of Flagler Beach, Flagler Co., probably
in late 1997; died at Flagler Wildlife Hospital.
This gull is a rare winter visitor to Florida, with
about 9 specimens through 1991. This is the first record
for Flagler Co.

ROSEATE TERN Sterna dougallii dougallii.
UF 40983 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing: Fig.
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apparently changing into second basic plumage; found
with a broken wing, Hollywood, Broward Co., 17
October 1999; euthanized on arrival at WCC.
The Roseate Tern has two disjunct breeding
populations in North America: about 3500 pairs of the
northeastern population, federally list as Endangered,
breed from Nova Scotia south to Long Island, New York
(Gochfeld et al., 1998); and about 150-300 pairs of the
Caribbean population, federally listed as Threatened, nest
in the Florida Keys (Zambrano et al., 2000). UF 40983
could have originated from either population. This is the
first specimen for Florida north of the Florida Keys, where
its status is uncertain, especially because of difficulty
distinguishing it in the field from Common (S. hirundo),
Arctic (S. paradisaea), and Forster's terns (S. forsteri).


BRIDLED TERN Sterna anaethetus recognita.
UF 40303 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing). Adult
male, not molting, wing and tail fresh, except three
outer rectrices quite worn; found alive but missing most
of mandible, Pompano Beach, Broward Co., 17 May
1998; died at the WCC.
UF 41611 (complete skeleton, spread wing). First-
winter female, no molt; found weak at Gumbo Limbo
Nature Center, Boca Raton, Palm Beach Co., 6 January
1999; died at CRRC.
UF 41612 (skin). First-winter male, no molt; found
emaciated and weak in Ft. Lauderdale, Broward Co.,
7 January 1999; died next day at WCC.
Although fairly numerous offshore during the
summer, this species is rarely seen from shore and only


Figure 6. Sterna dougallii, UF 40983, skin (top), and spread wing (bottom). This sub-adult non-breeding-plumage
bird is similar to several other medium-sized species of Sterna in Florida, particularly the more common S. hirundo
(Common Tern) and S. forsteri (Forster's Tern), and the more rare S. paradisaea (Arctic Tern). In non-breeding
plumages as compared to S. dougallii: S. forsteri has a black ear patch that does not circle around the nape and the
bill is thicker; S. hirundo has the black in the outer primaries restricted to the tips of the feathers, the inner primaries
often are dark, creating a dark wedge; and S. paradisaea has almost wholly white outer primaries with pale gray tips,
and a shorter bill. Uniquely among these species, S. dougallii has mostly dark outer primaries and wholly white inner
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Figure 7. Brachyramphus perdix, UF 39297. Notice the long bill, black nape, and prominent white eye-crescents.
Among Brachyramphus murrelets in basic plumage, these features are diagnostic for B. perdix, the only species
recorded from Florida.


occasionally found during winter. Through 1991, only
five winter specimens were known from Florida.

LONG-BILLED MURRELET Brachyramphus [marmoratus]
perdix.
UF 39297 (skin, partial skeleton: Fig. 7). Male, fresh
basic plumage, no molt; found dead by John Tipton,
about 4 km west of St. Petersburg, Pinellas Co., in the
Gulf of Mexico, 28 November 1994. The low mass
(154 g), lack of fat, and reduced pectoral muscles
indicated that it had probably been sick for some time;
there was no sign of injury.
This is the third specimen of this species for Florida.
The first two also were from Pinellas Co.-one (GEW
5848) found dead on Honeymoon Island in 1986
(Hoffman and Woolfenden, 1988) and another (UCF
2081) found dead off Mullet Key in 1993 (Anderson,
1995). The only other record is one photographed off
Cedar Key, Levy Co., in March 1994 (Muschlitz, 1995).


Brachyramphus perdix, which breeds along the Pacific
coast of northeast Asia, was recently split from the North
American B. marmoratus (Friesen et al., 1996; AOU,
1998). All verified North American records of
Brachyramphus away from the Pacific coast are of B.
perdix (Sealy et al., 1982; Mlodinow, 1997).

WHITE-CROWNED PIGEON Columba leucocephala.
UF 40335 (complete skeleton, spread wing). Female
that recently bred, no molt; found alive with severe
head trauma, Ft. Lauderdale, Broward Co., 8 June
1998; euthanized at WCC.
In Florida, this species only rarely nests away from
the Florida Keys and is not known to breed north of Dade
Co. This is the first specimen for Broward Co.

EURASIAN COLLARED-DOVE Streptopelia decaocto.
From 1997 through 1999, we received and prepared
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wings) of this non-native, recent immigrant to Florida
(Romagosa and McEneaney, 2000). Most specimens are
from Broward and Palm Beach Cos., but others are from
Dade, Pinellas, Levy, and Santa Rosa Cos.

WHITE-WINGED DOVE Zenaida asiatica.
UF 40660 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing).
Immature female (bursa small), active wing and body
molt, tail worn; received March 1999 without data
from CRRC.
UF 41613 (complete skeleton, spread wing). Adult
female, active molt in primaries, secondaries, and body
tracts, no tail molt; received March 1999 without data
from CRRC. Most birds from this clinic are from
Broward or Palm Beach Co.
Zenaida asiatica has become common in southern
Florida, with populations probably originating from both
introductions and natural colonization from the West
Indies in the last few decades. There are at least 20
previous specimens from Florida.

MONK PARAKEET Myiopsitta monachus.
UF 40236-40244,40659. As part of her Master's thesis
research, UF student A. Van Doorn has collected
several Monk Parakeets in Homestead, Dade Co.,
Florida. Although this species is by far the most
common and widespread introduced psittacid in
Florida, only three specimens-from Broward, Dade,
and Hillsborough Cos.-were listed through 1991.

"ANTILLEAN" SHORT-EARED OWL Asio flammeus
domingensis.
UF 41995 (complete skeleton, skin, spread wing). Adult
female, very emaciated, plumage quite worn, with
limited body molt in the nape and back; found by
FFWCC personnel, west of Sunrise, Broward Co., 16
March 2001; died same day at WCC.
This species is a very rare winter resident in Florida,
represented by the widespread, holarctic nominate
subspecies in most of Florida and by A. f domingensis
in the Keys. The latter form was previously known only
from the Greater Antilles; since 1978, however, it has
been found regularly in the Florida Keys, with at least
eight specimens salvaged since 1990 (Hoffman et al.,
1999). It had not been recorded away from the Keys
until now. The measurements and plumage characters
(see Hoffman et al., 1999) of UF 41995 indicate that it
is A.f domingensis: the mantle feathers are mostly brown
with narrow tawny edges (mantle feathers with brown
central stripe and broad tawny edges in A. f flammeus),


streaking on the lower breast and belly is lacking
(streaking present in A. f flammeus), and the wing is
short (flattened wing chord = 302 mm vs. 308-325 mm
in A. f flammeus). UF 41995 is the first specimen of any
Short-eared Owl from Broward Co.

LESSER NIGHTHAWK Chordeiles acutipennis acutipennis.
UF 39661 (complete skeleton, spread wing). First-
winter male (sexed by plumage), found dead, Plantation
Key, Monroe Co., 7 January 1981; not prepared until
1997.
UF 40464 (skin, partial skeleton, spread wing: Fig.
8). First-winter male, found dead by Roy Ozmore,
north rim of Paynes Prairie State Preserve, Alachua
Co., 11 January 1999.
This species is a rare migrant and very rare winter
visitor to Florida, mainly in the south. The only previous
specimens were one collected on St. George Island,
Franklin Co., in 1976 (Tall Timbers Research Station
#3482) and one found dead (UCF 2170) in Pembroke
Pines, Broward Co., January 1997 (Pranty, 1997c). UF
40464 is the first documented record for Alachua Co.

WHITE-COLLARED SWIFT Streptoprocne zonaris
pallidifrons.
UF 38059 (partial skeleton, skin: Fig. 9). Female,
overall body molt, no fat, wing chord 194 mm; found
alive, Lauderdale Lakes, Broward Co., 15 September
1994 by Alex Tosi and Wally George; died two days
later at WCC.
The usual range of S. zonaris extends from the West
Indies and northeastern Mexico south to Bolivia and
northern Argentina. UF 38059 is of the race S. z.
pallidifrons, endemic to the West Indies. The gray-white
forehead and the thin white line bounding the dark area
in front of the eye (Fig. 9) are diagnostic of this race
(Parkes, 1993). The wing chord ofUF 38059 falls within
the range for S. z. pallidifrons (193-206.5 mm, n = 17;
Parkes, 1993), and well outside the range for S. z.
mexicana (206.5-217 mm, n = 20; Parkes, 1993), the
race of Mexico and northern Central America. The
Florida Ornithological Society Records Committee has
accepted this specimen as documenting the first known
occurrence of S. z. pallidifrons in Florida (Anderson,
1996). This is also the first specimen and record of S. z.
pallidifrons for North America. The two previous
specimens of S. zonaris from North America are both S.
z. mexicana (Hardy and Clench, 1982, UF 20620; Lasley,
1984; Parkes, 1993). The northernmost island in the usual
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Figure 8. Wings of Chordeiles nighthawks. Top, C. acutipennis (UF 40464), bottom, C. minor (UF 41850). Notice
the smaller size, the more rounded tip, and especially the more distal position of the white wing stripe in C. acutipennis.


of Broward Co. No known weather event provides a simple
explanation for the appearance of this specimen in
Florida. The only major weather disturbance in the Carib-
bean near this time was Tropical Storm Debbie, which
passed from east to west over the Lesser Antilles on 10
September and dissipated south of Hispaniola the next day.

COMMON MYNA Acridotheres tristis.
UF 41394 (skin). Adult female, found alive,
presumably Boca Raton/Ft. Lauderdale (Broward or
Palm Beach Co.), 26 March 1999; died at CRRC.
This species, native to south Asia, has been
established on the southeast coast of Florida since at least
the mid-1980s. There are no previously published reports
of specimens for Florida.

CEDAR WAXWING Bombycilla cedrorum.
UF 41998 (skin). Adult male, found alive, Turkey
Creek Sanctuary, Palm Bay, Brevard Co., 23
December 2000; died at FWH.


This specimen is unusual in that the waxy red tips
typical of the secondaries and tertials are also present
on all but one (L2) of the rectrices (although rectrices
R4-6 are missing) and on the third primary. The
number and placement of waxy red tips on the
secondaries and tertials are quite variable in Cedar
Waxwings, with males generally having more feathers
with red tips than females of the same age class (Pyle,
1997; Witmer et al., 1997). Occasional variants have
red tips on the primaries and/or rectrices (Yunick, 1970).
For example, while banding over 500 waxwings, Myers
and Myers (1967) found two individuals with waxy red
tips on the rectrices. Yunick (1970) found one bird with
waxy red tips on the rectrices while banding over 350
waxwings and three birds with that condition among 327
waxwing specimens at the American Museum of Natural
History. One of the latter specimens (unsexed) also had
three primaries with red wax tips. At UCF, a male (UCF
385) had red tips on some rectrices (Bruce Anderson, in
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NASHVILLE WARBLER Vermivora ruficapilla ruficapilla.
UF 40455 (skin, partial skeleton). Hatching-year male,
emaciated, found alive, Ft. Lauderdale, Broward Co.,
22 October 1998; euthanized on arrival at WCC.
This species is a very rare to casual fall migrant in
Florida, with only about 10 specimens for the state
through 1991.

MAGNOLIA WARBLER Dendroica magnolia.
UF 40984 (skin). Hatching-year female, found alive
by Ana Vizcaino, Boca Raton, Palm Beach Co., 24
September 1999; euthanized following day at WCC.
The bird has an unusual tail, with rectrices L1, 2, 5,
and 6 much longer than the corresponding feathers on
the right side. No rectrices are sheathed. This may be
a developmental abnormality rather than an unusual
molt pattern.
This species is a regular but uncommon migrant,
with fewer than 25 specimens for the state through 1991.
This is the first specimen from Palm Beach Co.

BLACK-THROATED GREEN WARBLER Dendroica virens.
UF 40584 (skin). Hatching-year male, found with a
fractured wing, presumably Boca Raton/Ft. Lauderdale
area (Broward or Palm Beach Co.), 28 October 1998;
died at CRRC.
UF 40998 (skin). After-hatching-year female, found
stunned, by Craig Berry, Ft. Lauderdale, Broward Co.,


16 October 1999; died 18 October at WCC.
UF 41154 (skin). Hatching-year female, found injured
in Pompano Beach, Broward Co., 4 November 1999;
euthanized on arrival at WCC.
This is an uncommon migrant in Florida. There are
no previous specimens for either Palm Beach Co. or
Broward Co.

BAY-BREASTED WARBLER Dendroica castanea.
UF 40904 (skin). Hatching-year male, found dead by
Peggy Powell, Ponte Vedra Beach, St. Johns Co., 18
October 1998.
This species is an occasional to uncommon migrant
in Florida, with ca. 20 specimens from the state through
1991. This is the first specimen from St. Johns Co.

CONNECTICUT WARBLER Oporornis agilis.
UF 40300 (complete skeleton). Female (adult?), found
alive, presumably Boca Raton/Ft. Lauderdale area
(Broward or Palm Beach Co.), spring, 1998?; died at
CRRC.
UF 40301 (skin, partial skeleton). Female, Pompano
Beach, Broward Co., 11 May 1998.
UF 40302 (skin, partial skeleton). Male, Hollywood,
Broward Co., 10 May 1998.
UF 40650 (skin). Male; presumably Boca Raton/Ft.
Lauderdale (Broward or Palm Beach Co.), spring 1998;
died at CRRC.


Figure 9. Streptoprocne zonaris. Left to right: AMNH 166365, S. z. pallidifrons; UF 38059; AMNH 778260, S. z.
mexicana. Note the whitish forehead, diagnostic of S. z. pallidifrons, on AMNH 166365 and UF 38059.






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UF 40768 (skin, partial skeleton). Male, found with
head trauma, Parkland, Broward Co., 2 May 1999; died
6 May at WCC.
UF 42211 (skin). Male, found with head trauma by
Doug Nelson, Boca Raton, Palm Beach Co., 15 May
2001; died next day at WCC.
This species is an occasional to rare migrant in
Florida. There were no specimens from Broward Co.
through 1991.

LOUISIANA WATERTHRUSH Seiurus motacilla.
UF 40471 (skin). Male, struck window and died, Rain-
bow Springs State Park, Marion Co., 25 March 1992.
UF 42176 (skin). Hatching-year male, found dead, Jack-
sonville Zoo, Jacksonville, Duval Co., 19 July 2001.
This species is a rare breeder and migrant in Florida,
with about 50 previous specimens through 1991. UF
40471 and 42176 are the first specimens for Marion
Co. and Duval Co, respectively.

SCARLET TANAGER Piranga olivacea.
UF 40553 (skin). Hatching-year female, found alive
by L. M. Bigger, Oakland Park, Broward Co., 13
October 1998; died 15 October at WCC.
This species is a rare migrant in Florida, represented
by at least 19 specimens through 1991. This may be the
first specimen from Broward Co.

"FLORIDA" GRASSHOPPER SPARROW Ammodramus
savannarum floridanus.
UF 39334 (partial skeleton, flat skin). Female, found
dead by Tylan Dean, Avon Park Air Force Range,
Highlands Co., 20 August 1996.
UF 39366 (complete skeleton, spread wing). Fledgling,
unknown sex, found dead on road by Tylan Dean, Avon
Park Air Force Range, Highlands Co., 2 July 1996.
UF 40245 (skull, feathers). Unknown sex, found by
Bill Pranty impaled on barbed-wired fence by
Loggerhead Shrike (Lanius ludovicianus), Avon Park
Air Force Range, Highlands Co., 22 July 1998.
UF 40326 (partial skeleton, flat skin). Adult female,
found dead by Tylan Dean, Three Lakes Wildlife
Management Area, Osceola Co., 22 February 1998;
received necropsied.
This subspecies, endemic to grasslands in the central
Florida peninsula, is federally listed as Endangered. The
nominate subspecies is widespread in Florida as a winter
resident.


ROSE-BREASTED GROSBEAK Pheucticus ludovicianus.
UF 40927 (skin, spread wing). Hatching-year male,
found dead by Ed Bonahue, Alachua, Alachua Co., 17
October 1999.
UF 40994 (skin). Hatching-year male, found alive,
vicinity of Melbourne, Brevard Co., 18 October 1999;
died at FWH.
UF 42029 (complete skeleton, wing). Hatching-year
bird, unknown sex (gonads decayed), found dead,
Jacksonville, Duval Co., 23 October 2000.
This species is an uncommon migrant throughout
Florida, with at least 15 specimens for the state through
1991. UF 40994 and UF 42029 are the first specimens
for Brevard Co. and Duval Co., respectively.

SPOT-BREASTED ORIOLE Icterus pectoralis.
UF 40642 (complete skeleton, spread wing). Adult
male, found alive, Deerfield Beach, Broward Co.,14
September 1998; euthanized at WCC.
UF 40658 (skin). Hatching-year male, juvenile
plumage, found alive but emaciated, Boca Raton, Palm
Beach Co., 16 October 1998; died at CRRC.
UF 41101 (skin). Adult female, breeding condition,
found with broken wing and leg by C. Sergio,
Hollywood, Broward Co., 24 November 1999; died
same day at WCC.
This introduced species, native to southern Mexico
and northern Central America, has been established in
urban areas of southeast Florida since the late 1940s.
There were about 14 specimens for Florida through 1991.
UF 40658, a juvenile male, has underparts and head much
more yellow than the juvenile depicted in Jaramillo and
Burke (1999), which is labeled as subspecies guttulatus.
The subspecific identity of Florida's population has not
been established.

SHINY COWBIRD Molothrus bonariensis minimus.
UF 41263 (skin, partial skeleton). Adult male, trapped
by Eric Tillman for USDA research on cowbirds,
Micanopy, Alachua Co., 31 March 2000.
This species recently (first record in 1985)
colonized Florida from the West Indies (Post et al.,
1993). It has become locally common in southern
Florida and is frequent along the Gulf Coast. The eight
other Florida specimens are from St. Lucie Co. (UF
28299, Charleston Museum 1991.37.04) and Collier
Co. (USF, GEW 5973-5978). This is the firstAlachua
Co. record.






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HOUSE FINCH Carpodacus mexicanus.
UF 40764 (skin). Adult male, found dead by Graham
Rowan, Gainesville, Alachua Co., 31 July 1999.
UF 41641 (skin). Adult male, testes enlarged, found
alive but thin by Roland Born, Lauderdale Lakes,
Broward Co., 24 April 2000; died 26 April at WCC.
Since the mid-1980s, this species, which colonized
the state from introduced eastern populations farther
north, has become common in parts of Florida (e.g.,
Alachua Co., pers. obs.). Evidence for breeding in south
Florida, however, was lacking until 2000 (Bruce
Anderson, in litt.). Only one specimen, a juvenile from
Leon Co., was listed for Florida in 1994.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
We are especially grateful to the many wildlife
rehabilitators who donated specimens to our museum,
particularly Lisa Wood, Debbie Anderson, Judy LaRose
(WCC), P. J. Deitschel and Anita Pinder (CROW),
Laura Quinn (FKWBC), Joanna Fitzgerald (CSWF),
Susan Small (FWH), and Cynthia Rohkamm (CRRC).
We also thank the many private citizens and employees
of governmental agencies who have donated specimens,
either directly to us or through wildlife rehabilitation
hospitals around the state. For research permits, we
thank Brian A. Millsap of the FFWCC, Carmen
Simonton of the USFWS, and Ken Litzenberger of the
Lower Suwannee/Cedar Key National Wildlife Refuge.
We thank George Barrowclough of the American
Museum of Natural History for loan of specimens. For
comments that improved the manuscript, we are grateful
to Bruce H. Anderson and an anonymous reviewer.
Marcus P. Tellkamp provided the Spanish abstract.

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APPENDIX: List of birds acquired in Florida from January 1992 through May 2001, with a few specimens from later months. Nomen-
clature and sequence follows AOU 1998 andAOU 2000. Form: c skel = complete skeleton; p skel= partial skeleton. County: = received at
wildlife hospital in that county, but precise locale where found not known. Date given is date collected unless otherwise indicated; = date
died (usually in rehabilitation clinic); received = received at UF without data on when collected or died. Sex: M=male, F-female, U-unknown.


UF#
39612
40448
40884
40754
41851
41913
41159
39995
39914
39962
39310
39311
40740
41628
39963
41873
39993
40551
39973
40440
40322
41824
41823
40761
40444
40099
39613
39959
40486
40159
42053
42142
42051
42050
42052
39369
42025
42027
39614


genus
Podilymbus
Podilymbus
Podilymbus
Podilymbus
Podilymbus
Podilymbus
Podiceps
Calonectris
Puffinus
Puffinus
Puffinus
Puffinus
Puffinus
Puffinus
Puffinus
Puffinus
Puffinus
Puffinus
Puffinus
Puffinus
Puffinus
Puffinus
Puffinus
Puffinus
Puffinus
Puffinus
Puffinus
Puffinus
Puffinus
Oceanites
Oceanites
Oceanites
Oceanodroma
Oceanodroma
Oceanodroma
Oceanodroma
Oceanodroma
Oceanodroma
Oceanodroma


species
podiceps
podiceps
podiceps
podiceps
podiceps
podiceps
auritus
diomedea
gravis
gravis
gravis
gravis
gravis
gravis
griseus
griseus
griseus
puffinus
puffinus
iherminieri
Iherminieri
Iherminieri
Iherminieri
Iherminieri
Iherminieri
Iherminieri
Iherminieri
Iherminieri
Iherminieri
oceanicus
oceanicus
oceanicus
leucorhoa
leucorhoa
leucorhoa
leucorhoa
leucorhoa
leucorhoa
leucorhoa


form
skin
c skel, wing
skin
c skel, wing
skin
c skel, wing
p skel, skin, wing
skin
c skel
p skel, skin, wing
c skel
c skel
c skel, wing
skin, wing
p skel, skin, wing
p skel, skin, wing
p skel, skin, wing
p skel, skin, wing
p skel, skin, wing
skin
c skel
skin
p skel, wing
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel, wing
skin
p skel, skin, wing
skin
skin
p skel, skin, wing
p skel, skin, wing
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
p skel, skin, wing
skin
p skel, skin, wing
p skel, skin, wing
skin


SCA


county
Brevard
Broward
Broward
Broward
Lee
Monroe
Levy
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Martin
Martin
St. Johns
St. Johns
Brevard
Lee
St. Johns
Broward*
Palm Beach
no locale data
Atl. Ocean
Brevard
Brevard
Broward
Palm Beach
St. Johns
St. Johns
St. Johns
St. Johns
St. Johns
Brevard
Palm Beach
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Duval
Duval
Duval


year
1996
1998
1998
1998
2000
1999
2000
1996
1997
1997
1993
1993
1999
2000
1997
2000
1997
1998
1997
1998
1998
2000
2000
1998
1998
1995
1996
1997
1998
1997
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
1997
2001
2001
1996


date
15 September
10 October
19 November
13 September
13 October
May
received
07 October
12 June
11 June
16 June
16 June
10 June
12 June
09 June
13 July
10 June
received
21-22 November
10 December
04 July
29 July
29 July
11 August
09 August
01 August
09 August
11 August
05 August
12 June
09 May
11 May
03 May
09 May
03 May
11 June
04 May
04 May
31 May







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UF#
42023
42026
42024
22235
22236
39615
40589
40996
40628
41610
41423
40987
39616
42081
40662
40600
41175
41792
41639
41860
42222
42223
42162
40990
40919
40922
40735
40920
40921
40734
40750
40923
42082
39319
40723
40860
41060
40165
40166
41006
40893
40930
40859
40368


genus
Oceanodroma
Oceanodroma
Oceanodroma
Oceanodroma
Oceanodroma
Phaethon
Phaethon
Phaethon
Sula
Sula
Sula
Morus
Morus
Morus
Morus
Morus
Morus
Morus
Morus
Morus
Morus
Morus
Morus
Morus
Pelecanus
Pelecanus
Pelecanus
Pelecanus
Pelecanus
Pelecanus
Pelecanus
Pelecanus
Pelecanus
Anhinga
Anhinga
Anhinga
Anhinga
Anhinga
Anhinga
Anhinga
Anhinga
Anhinga
Anhinga
Anhinga


species
leucorhoa
leucorhoa
leucorhoa
leucorhoa
leucorhoa
lepturus
lepturus
aethereus
leucogaster
leucogaster
leucogaster
bassanus
bassanus
bassanus
bassanus
bassanus
bassanus
bassanus
bassanus
bassanus
bassanus
bassanus
bassanus
bassanus
erythrorhynchos
erythrorhynchos
erythrorhynchos
erythrorhynchos
erythrorhynchos
erythrorhynchos
erythrorhynchos
erythrorhynchos
occidentalis
anhinga
anhinga
anhinga
anhinga
anhinga
anhinga
anhinga
anhinga
anhinga
anhinga
anhinga


form
c skel
p skel, skin
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
p skel, skin, wing
p skel, skin, wing
p skel, wing
p skel, skin
c skel, wing
skin
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
skin, wing
c skel, wing
p skel
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
p skel, wing
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel
p skel
c skel
c skel, wing
skin
c skel, wing
c skel
skin
wing
wing
c skel, wing
c skel


county
St. Johns
St. Johns
St. Johns
St. Johns
St. Johns
Brevard
St. Johns
Brevard
Broward
Broward
Monroe
Broward*
Brevard
Brevard
Broward
Broward
Collier
Collier
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Levy
Palm Beach
Columbia
Dade
Lake
Monroe
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Broward
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Collier
Collier
Collier
Palm Beach


year
2001
2001
2001
1992
1992
1995
1998
1999
1998
2000
2000
1998
1996
2001
1998
1999
2000
2000
1999
2000
2001
2001
2001
1998
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
2001
1996
1999
1999
1998
1998
1998
1998
1999
1999
1999
1998


date
05 May
04 May
05 May
23 May
26 May
03 August
14 October
02 October
21 November
03 May
10 May
28 December
11 October
14 May
28 December
11 March
13 February
31 March
05 December
28 December
21 July
30 May
20 July
15 March
03 February
04 March
18 March
22 February
12 January
8 January
8 February
10 February
11 May
06 December
14 January
11 January
16 August
30 April
12 July
13 September
27 September
26 September
01 October
04 June







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frn,


UF#
41548
42006
40304
39916
42030
40664
40679
40336
41906
41898
40883
41847
41852
40632
41629
40814
39314
41821
39323
41949
40992
40367
40325
40155
40730
41846
40861
40759
41802
40866
41803
40857
40757
40896
41080
40864
40353
40762
40548
40872
40841
40152
40758
40756


genus
Fregata
Botaurus
Botaurus
Botaurus
Ixobrychus
Ixobrychus
Ixobrychus
Ixobrychus
Ixobrychus
Ixobrychus
Ixobrychus
Ixobrychus
Ixobrychus
Ardea
Ardea
Ardea
Ardea
Ardea
Ardea
Ardea
Ardea
Ardea
Ardea
Egretta
Egretta
Egretta
Egretta
Egretta
Egretta
Egretta
Bubulcus
Bubulcus
Bubulcus
Butorides
Butorides
Butorides
Butorides
Butorides
Butorides
Butorides
Butorides
Nycticorax
Nycticorax
Nycticorax


magnificens
lentiginosus
lentiginosus
lentiginosus
exilis
exilis
exilis
exilis
exilis
exilis
exilis
exilis
exilis
herodias herodias
herodias occidentalis
herodias occidentalis
alba
alba
alba
alba
alba
alba
alba
thula
thula
thula
caerulea
caerulea
tricolor
tricolor
ibis
ibis
ibis
virescens
virescens
virescens
virescens
virescens
virescens
virescens
virescens
nycticorax
nycticorax
nycticorax


p skel, skin, wing
c skel
p skel, skin, wing
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
skin
p skel, skin, wing
skin
c skel, wing
skin
skin
skin
wing
c skel
p skel, skin
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel
p skel, wing
c skel
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel
skin
skin
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel
skin
skin
c skel, wing
p skel, wing
c skel
c skel, wing


Monroe
Dade
Broward
Palm Beach
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Broward
Dade
Lee
Lee
Broward
Dade
Palm Beach
no locale data
Dade
Monroe
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Collier
Dade
Collier
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Broward*
Broward*
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Palm Beach
Alachua
Broward
Broward


a


annafi'


year
2000
2001
1998
1992
2001
1999
1999
1998
2000
2000
1999
2000
2000
1999
2000
1999
1997
2000
1995
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1999
2000
1998
1998
2000
1999
2000
1998
1999
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1999
1998
1996
1998
1998


date
17 April
11 March
07 March
22 November
22 May
24 May
02 June
03 March
08 March
12 March
18 April
01 November
28 August
04 January
07 March
13 May
received
21 November
September
04 September
16 December
29 July
* 16 July
13 April
21 June
02 August
06 October
24 September
31 January
11 May
24 January
14 October
04 February
06 September
07 October
15 September
25 May
13 September
07 October
02 June
14 September
06 January
11 October
27 August







BULLETIN of the FLORIDA MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 43(4)


UF#
40721
41012
40334
40763
40862
40348
40755
41011
40863
41160
39717
39617
40989
40139
40592
40986
40988
40924
40591
41946
40134
39998
41136
40630
42003
40728
40555
41048
40629
42005
40593
41928
41113
41008
40653
40738
41912
40856
41947
39752
41833
41000
41001
41861


genus
Nycticorax
Nycticorax
Nyctanassa
Nyctanassa
Nyctanassa
Eudocimus
Eudocimus
Eudocimus
Eudocimus
Ajaia
Ajaia
Mycteria
Mycteria
Mycteria
Mycteria
Mycteria
Mycteria
Mycteria
Mycteria
Coragyps
Coragyps
Cathartes
Cathartes
Cathartes
Anas
Anas
Melanitta
Melanitta
Melanitta
Lophodytes
Lophodytes
Lophodytes
Mergus
Mergus
Mergus
Mergus
Mergus
Oxyura
Pandion
Pandion
Pandion
Pandion
Pandion
Pandion


species
nycticorax
nycticorax
violacea
violacea
violacea
albus
albus
albus
albus
ajaja
ajaja
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
atratus
atratus
aura
aura
aura
crecca
fulvigula
fusca
nigra
nigra
cucullatus
cucullatus
cucullatus
serrator
serrator
serrator
serrator
serrator
jamaicensis
haliaetus
haliaetus
haliaetus
haliaetus
haliaetus
haliaetus


form
c skel
skin
c skel
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel, wing
skin
c skel, wing
p skel, skin, wing
p skel
skin
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel
p skel, skin, wing
c skel
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
p skel, skin, wing
skin, wing
p skel, skin, wing
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
p skel, skin, wing
c skel, wing
skin
p skel, wing
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel, wing
skin
skin
c skel, wing


county
Dade
Palm Beach
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Monroe
St. Johns
Alachua
Alachua
Brevard
Charlotte
Collier
Jefferson
Lake
Sarasota
Broward
Pinellas
Alachua
Alachua
Broward
Brevard
Palm Beach
Broward
Duval
Levy
Brevard
Alachua
Alachua
Broward*
Broward
Broward
Broward
Monroe
Broward
Alachua
Brevard
Brevard
Broward
Broward
Lee


year
1998
1999
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1999
1999
2000
1995
1996
1998
1998
1993
1999
1998
1999
1993
2001
1996
1998
2000
1998
2000
1999
1998
1999
1998
2000
1999
2001
1999
1998
1998
1999
2000
1998
1999
1997
2000
1998
1998
2000


date
01 September
16 October
06 August
19 August
30 July
17 July
02 September
04 August
27 January
02 February
12 March
08 October
04 October
04 January
23 March
03 November
29 November
16 April
13 January
28 February
15 January
15 February
31 January
28 November
26 November
14 June
11 November
17 December
14 December
23 December
11 March
26 February
received
15 December
18 December
03 April
21 April
26 November
05 November
22 January
15 May
17 July
29 October
24 December


sex
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
M
M
M
U
F
M
F
U
F
F
M
F
U
F
M
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
M
F
M
F
F
F
F
F
F
M
M
M
M
F
M






KRATTER et al.: New specimen-based records of Florida birds


UF#
41640
40599
39359
41836
40329
39938
41890
41174
39942
39915
39944
41626
39937
39943
39940
39322
39939
39941
41099
41992
39860
40598
40587
41106
40879
41893
41075
40894
39618
40309
40331
41007
41054
41003
41107
40917
22230
40160
40865
41004
40737
40752
42046
41140


genus
Pandion
Pandion
Elanoides
Rostrhamus
Rostrhamus
Haliaeetus
Haliaeetus
Haliaeetus
Haliaeetus
Haliaeetus
Haliaeetus
Haliaeetus
Haliaeetus
Haliaeetus
Haliaeetus
Haliaeetus
Haliaeetus
Haliaeetus
Accipiter
Accipiter
Accipiter
Accipiter
Accipiter
Accipiter
Accipiter
Accipiter
Accipiter
Accipiter
Accipiter
Accipiter
Accipiter
Accipiter
Accipiter
Accipiter
Accipiter
Accipiter
Buteo
Buteo
Buteo
Buteo
Buteo
Buteo
Buteo
Buteo


species
haliaetus
haliaetus
forficatus
sociabilis
sociabilis
leucocephalus
leucocephalus
leucocephalus
leucocephalus
leucocephalus
leucocephalus
leucocephalus
leucocephalus
leucocephalus
leucocephalus
leucocephalus
leucocephalus
leucocephalus
striatus
striatus
striatus
striatus
striatus
striatus
striatus
striatus
striatus
striatus
cooperii
cooperii
cooperii
cooperii
cooperii
cooperii
cooperii
cooperii
lineatus
lineatus
lineatus
lineatus
lineatus
platypterus
platypterus
platypterus


form
p skel, wing
c skel, wing
wings, tail
p skel, skin, wing
p skel, skin, wing
c skel
p skel, skin, wing
skin, wing
c skel
c skel
c skel
p skel, wing
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
skin, wing
c skel
skin
c skel, wing
skin
skin
skin
c skel, wing
skin
skin
skin
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel, wing
skin
c skel, wing
p skel, skin, wing
c skel, wing
p skel, skin


a


county
Monroe
Palm Beach
Collier
Brevard
Dade
no locale data
Alachua
Collier
Columbia
Lee
Lee
Lee
Marion
Marion
Orange
Polk
Polk
Putnam
no locale data
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Levy
Palm Beach
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Lee
St. Johns
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Dade
Lee
Lee


year
2000
1998
1996
2000
1998
1995
2001
2000
1995
1993
1994
1999
1992
1995
1994
1995
1996
1995
1999
2000
1997
1998
1998
1999
1999
2000
1999
1998
1997
1998
1998
1999
1998
1999
1999
1997
1992
1998
1999
1999
1999
1999
2000
1999


date
09 February
31 October
19 June
14 May
11 April
received
06 February
25 February
received
28 March
December
*20 September
15 December
15 April
June
04 January
received
15 January
23 November
01 December
28 November
09 November
16 December
23 October
23 January
07 February
30 November
23 November
06 February
received
14 August
27 August
18 December
03 August
10 December
25 March
25 May
21 March
07 June
10 February
13 May
08 March
10 March
04 December






BULLETIN of the FLORIDA MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 43(4)


UF# genus
41139 Buteo
40247 Buteo
40124 Buteo
41630 Buteo
39948 Buteo
41079 Buteo
41002 Buteo
22223 Carac
41161 Carac
42180 Carac
40316 Falco
41041 Falco
41030 Falco
39365 Falco
41794 Falco
40556 Falco
40327 Falco
40895 Falco
41100 Falco
41040 Falco
41940 Falco
41163 Falco
40979 Falco
41848 Falco
41822 Falco
41855 Falco
40389 Falco
42034 Falco
40971 Falco
41943 Falco
37996 Melea
40751 Colin
39048 Colin
39722 Laten
40956 Rallu
41078 Rallu
40583 Rallu
40954 Rallu//
40957 Rall//
40967 Rallu
40955 Rallu
40098 Rallu
40958 Rallu/
40554 Rallu/


ara
ara
ara






























'gris
us
us
allus
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s


species
platypterus
platypterus
brachyurus
brachyurus
jamaicensis
jamaicensis
jamaicensis
cheriway
cheriway
cheriway
sparverius
sparverius
sparverius
sparverius
sparverius
sparverius
sparverius
sparverius
sparverius
sparverius
sparverius
sparverius
sparverius
sparverius
sparverius
sparverius
sparverius
columbarius
columbarius
peregrinus
gallopavo
virginianus
virginianus
jamaicensis
longirostris
longirostris
elegans
elegans
elegans
elegans
elegans
elegans
limicola
limicola


form
p skel, wing
p skel, skin, wing
c skel, skin, wing
c skel, wing
p skel, skin
c skel
skin
skin
p skel, skin, wing
c skel
c skel
skin
skin
p skel, flat skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
skin
p skel, skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
p skel, skin
p skel, skin
mount
skin
skin
c skel, skin, wing
c skel
skin
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel
p skel, skin, wing


county
Lee
Leon
Broward*
Polk
Alachua
Alachua
Lee
Glades
Lee
Brevard
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Clay
Collier
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Marion
Brevard
Lee
Broward
Indian River
Alachua
Dixie
Alachua
Broward
Levy
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Collier
Alachua
Broward


year
1999
1998
1998
2000
1998
1999
1999
1992
1998
2001
1996
1998
1999
1994
1999
1998
1998
1999
1999
1999
1994
1999
1999
2000
2000
2000
1998
2001
1999
2000
1993
1999
1996
1997
1998
1999
1998
1998
1999
1998
1999
1994
1999
1998


date
13 November
04 August
received
16 June
12 January
20 December
20 May
04 January
10 January
02 August
16 December
20 October
12 November
08 December
16 November
30 November
23 April
21 February
07 November
12 October
13 September
06 December
16 October
10 October
27 January
06 November
31 October
06 February
29 October
13 January
Spring
25 January
05 May
05 September
30 October
19 November
20 December
31 December
24 April
15 October
16 February
21 March
20 September
19 December






KRATTER et al.: New specimen-based records of Florida birds


UF#
40333
39723
39625
40079
40135
40612
40966
40961
40960
41104
41905
40559
41859
40611
39619
40305
40324
40963
40816
40597
41907
41897
40766
40153
39363
39964
40959
41798
40318
40343
40965
40372
40610
40729
40964
40968
40962
39726
39913
39912
40953
41797
39743
41070


genus
Rallus
Rallus
Porzana
Porzana
Porzana
Porzana
Porzana
Porzana
Porzana
Porzana
Porzana
Porzana
Porzana
Porzana
Porphyrula
Porphyrula
Porphyrula
Porphyrula
Porphyrula
Porphyrula
Porphyrula
Porphyrula
Porphyrio
Gallinula
Gallinula
Gallinula
Gallinula
Gallinula
Gallinula
Gallinula
Gallinula
Gallinula
Gallinula
Gallinula
Gallinula
Gallinula
Gallinula
Gallinula
Fulica
Fulica
Fulica
Fulica
Fulica
Fulica


species
limicola
limicola
carolina
carolina
carolina
carolina
carolina
carolina
carolina
carolina
carolina
carolina
carolina
carolina
martinica
martinica
martinica
martinica
martinica
martinica
martinica
martinica
porphyrio
chloropus
chloropus
chloropus
chloropus
chloropus
chloropus
chloropus
chloropus
chloropus
chloropus
chloropus
chloropus
chloropus
chloropus
chloropus
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana


form
p skel, skin, wing
p skel, skin, wing
p skel, wing
p skel, skin, wing
p skel, wing
skin
c skel
c skel
c skel
skin
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
c skel
p skel, skin, wing
p skel, skin
skin
skin
p skel, skin, wing
skin
skin
p skel, skin, wing
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
p skel
p skel, wing
c skel
c skel
c skel
p skel, skin, wing
p skel, wing
p skel, wing
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel
p skel, skin


county
Levy
Santa Rosa
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Glades
Lee
Levy
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Palm Beach
Broward
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Palm Beach
St. Johns
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Clay
Collier


year
1998
1997
1997
1997
1998
1999
1998
1998
1998
1999
2000
1999
2000
1999
1996
1998
1998
1999
1999
1999
2000
2000
1999
1995
1997
1998
1999
2000
1998
1998
1998
1998
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1997
1997
1997
1999
2000
1995
1999


date
11 September
05 September
29 August
04 December
04 March
14 April
13 October
26 October
05 September
07 November
29 March
21 February
28 September
09 March
07 June
21 March
11 April
16 April
29 March
26 March
17 February
06 April
31 May
04 April
April
14 January
30 March
02 November
03 July
11 July
28 September
19 March
26 March
10 June
09 April
06 April
24 March
25 March
31 October
04 November
22 October
03 November
23 October
16 October






BULLETIN of the FLORIDA MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 43(4)


UF#
40338
41085
41944
41105
41137
41945
41138
40250
40268
40296
40297
40274
40260
40295
40251
40266
40249
39360
40272
40271
40255
40262
40248
40263
40273
40264
40265
40281
40275
40257
40291
40290
40278
40285
40256
40288
40284
40270
40252
40287
40258
40289
40253
40254


genus
Fulica
Fulica
Aramus
Aramus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus


species
americana
americana
guarauna
guarauna
canadensis
canadensis
canadensis
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana


form
c skel
skin
c skel
p skel, skin
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel, skin
p skel
p skel
p skel
c skel, wing
p skel
p skel, wing
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
c skel


county
Dade
Levy
Broward
Broward
Hernando
Lee
Lee
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Lafayette
Lake
Lake
Lake
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola


year
1998
1999
1999
1999
2000
1999
1999
1997
1997
1997
1997
1997
1997
1997
1997
1997
1993
1993
1993
1994
1994
1994
1994
1994
1994
1995
1995
1995
1995
1995
1995
1995
1995
1995
1996
1996
1996
1996
1996
1996
1996
1996
1996
1997


date
06 April
06 November
02 April
02 November
11 January
16 November
19 November
21 January
19 November
17 September
17 July
19 November
16 March
08 April
24 March
28 March
13 December
10 May
13 June
30 September
03 November
18 February
07 May
29 March
11 February
20 December
21 February
06 December
05 January
10 July
13 November
27 November
04 October
04 October
19 August
20 June
23 April
19 August
30 August
13 December
11 August
09 September
12 July
02 January


sex
F
F
F
M
F
M
U
F
M
F
F
M
F
F
M
M
M
F
F
M
F
M
M
M
M
F
M
F
F
M
M
M
M
M
F
M
F
F
M
U
M
F
F
M







KRATTER et al.: New specimen-based records of Florida birds


UF#
40293
40282
40292
40269
40280
40283
40267
40277
40279
40261
40286
40276
40294
40298
40259
40681
41909
41119
39977
40582
40323
40644
41900
42083
41642
41845
40459
40624
40648
41128
41899
41856
40458
40375
40903
42071
42072
40868
41637
40450
41127
40483
41122
42009


genus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Grus
Pluvialis
Pluvialis
Charadrius
Charadrius
Charadrius
Charadrius
Charadrius
Charadrius
Catoptrophorus
Arenaria
Calidris
Calidris
Calidris
Calidris
Calidris
Calidris
Calidris
Calidris
Calidris
Calidris
Calidris
Calidris
Calidris
Calidris
Calidris
Calidris
Calidris
Scolopax
Scolopax


species
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
squatarola
squatarola
alexandrinus
alexandrinus
vociferus
vociferus
vociferus
vociferus
semipalmatus
interpres
alba
alba
alba
alba
alba
alba
alba
alba
alba
alba
pusilla
pusilla
mauri
melanotos
maritima
alpina
alpina
minor
minor


form
p skel, wing
c skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
c skel
p skel
p skel
p skel
p skel, wings
skin, wing
p skel, skin
p skel, skin, wing
skin
c skel
skin
c skel, wing
p skel, skin, wing
skin
skin
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel
c skel
skin
skin
skin, wing
skin
p skel, skin, wing
c skel, skin
c skel, wing
skin, wing
skin, wing
skin


n


county
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Palm Beach
St. Lucie
Suwannee
Alachua
Lee
Collier
Escambia
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Brevard
Broward
Brevard
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Lee
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Brevard
Brevard
Levy
Broward
Nassau
Escambia
Levy
Alachua
Brevard


year
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1997
1997
1997
1999
2000
1999
1997
1998
1998
1999
2000
2001
2000
2000
1998
1998
1999
1999
2000
2000
1998
1998
1999
2001
2001
1999
2000
1998
1996
1998
1999
2001


date
06 March
06 December
05 March
07 April
02 April
11 May
04 April
01 April
05 April
06 April
31 March
11 May
06 March
11 September
21 October
18 May
06 November
09 November
13 August
26 October
27 June
*20 January
01 January
17 April
01 April
15 April
20 March
11 October
26 January
23 October
24 February
27 December
09 March
received
16 December
29 May
29 May
17 May
11 August
16 December
05 October
23 November
26 November
03 January







BULLETIN of the FLORIDA MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 43(4)


UF#
41111
40646
40995
40753
40315
40876
41129
41130
41849
41110
42035
40045
40550
40640
40351
41005
41131
41800
41350
40618
40385
40354
40602
40609
41112
41141
40144
40981
40982
40980
41117
41793
40643
40983
41118
41120
41143
40638
41911
41910
40303
40675
41612
41611


genus
Gallinago
Gallinago
Phalaropus
Stercorarius
Larus
Larus
Larus
Larus
Larus
Larus
Larus
Larus
Larus
Larus
Larus
Larus
Larus
Larus
Larus
Larus
Larus
Rissa
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna


species
gallinago
gallinago
lobatus
pomarinus
atricilla
atricilla
atricilla
atricilla
atricilla
philadelphia
philadelphia
philadelphia
delawarensis
delawarensis
delawarensis
delawarensis
delawarensis
argentatus
argentatus
fuscus
marinus
tridactyla
maxima
maxima
maxima
maxima
maxima
sandvicensis
sandvicensis
sandvicensis
sandvicensis
sandvicensis
sandvicensis
dougallii
hirundo
hirundo
antillarum
antillarum
antillarum
antillarum
anaethetus
anaethetus
anaethetus
anaethetus


form
c skel, wing
p skel, skin, wing
p skel, skin
p skel, skin, wing
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
c skel
p skel, skin, wing
p skel, skin, wing
c skel, wing
c skel
skin
c skel, wing
p skel, skin, wing
c skel, wing
p skel, skin, wing
p skel, skin, wing
p skel, skin, wing
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel
skin
skin
p skel, skin
p skel, skin
p skel, skin
skin, wing
c skel, wing
c skel
p skel, skin, wing
skin
c skel, wing
skin
p skel, skin, wing
skin
skin
p skel, skin, wing
skin, wing
skin
c skel, wing


county
Alachua
Broward
Brevard
Broward
Broward
Collier
Collier
Collier
Lee
Broward
Santa Rosa
Levy
Brevard
Broward
Broward
Broward
Collier
Collier
Collier
Broward
Broward
Flagler
Broward
Broward
Broward
Lee
Levy
Broward
Broward
Collier
Collier
Collier
Palm Beach
Broward
Collier
Lee
Broward*
Broward
Monroe
Monroe
Broward
Broward
Broward
Palm Beach


year
1999
1999
1999
1999
1998
1999
1999
1999
2000
1999
2000
1997
1999
1998
1998
1999
1999
2000
2000
1999
1998
1998
1998
1999
1999
1999
1998
1999
1999
1999
1999
2000
1998
1999
1999
1999
1999
1998
2000
2000
1998
1999
1999
1999


date
08 February
07 February
26 October
13 May
received
28 September
28 November
19 November
21 December
07 January
22 March
30 December
31 January
17 January
17 April
05 January
06 December
11 March
14 January
17 January
21 March
received
28 December
*6 January
06 January
29 December
10 March
02 September
02 September
21 September
19 November
12 March
28 August
17 October
02 November
28 November
22 May
30 July
05 May
05 May
17 May
11 January
07 January
06 January


sex
M
F
F
F
F
F
M
F
M
M
F
F
M
M
M
M
F
F
M
F
M
M
F
F
F
F
M
F
F
F
F
M
M
M
F
F
U
M
U
M
M
F
M
F







KRATTER et al.: New specimen-based records of Florida birds


UF#
40654
40352
41114
40977
40978
41895
41853
41854
40976
40661
41841
40163
40373
40867
41896
41908
40341
39297
40747
40335
42004
40909
40911
40733
40732
40910
40709
40359
40614
40914
40912
40844
40716
40246
40358
40934
40929
40468
40720
40932
40360
40717
40938
40937


genus
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Sterna
Anous
Anous
Rynchops
Rynchops
Rynchops
Rynchops
Rynchops
Rynchops
Brachyramphus
Columba
Columba
Columba
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia


species
fuscata
fuscata
fuscata
fuscata
fuscata
fuscata
fuscata
fuscata
fuscata
stolidus
stolidus
niger
niger
niger
niger
niger
niger
perdix
livia
leucocephala
leucocephala
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto


form
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel, wing
p skel, skin
p skel, skin
c skel, wing
skin
skin
p skel, skin
p skel, skin, wing
skin, wing
skin
c skel
skin
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
c skel
p skel, skin
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel
c skel


county
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Lee
Lee
Palm Beach
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Dade
Pinellas
Palm Beach
Broward
Monroe
Broward*
Broward*
Broward*
Broward
Broward*
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward


year
1998
1998
1999
1999
1999
2000
2000
2000
1999
1998
2000
1998
1998
1998
2000
2000
1998
1994
1999
1998
2000
1998
1998
1999
1999
1999
1995
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1999
1999


date
29 July
28 March
03 June
16 October
16 October
20 May
18 September
19 September
18 September
26 September
21 May
11 July
11 April
21 July
11 January
05 January
30 May
28 November
08 January
08 June
07 April
received
27 February
16 June
27 May
received
14 October
05 August
13 September
12 October
31 December
08 July
31 December
10 March
05 August
05 January
21 October
02 July
13 September
09 April
24 July
26 September
20 May
21 May







BULLETIN of the FLORIDA MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 43(4)


UF#
40665
40936
40719
41056
40913
41057
40704
40843
40933
40694
40613
40467
40931
40916
40915
40362
40363
40906
40905
40847
40928
40361
40908
40356
40846
40907
40845
40365
40718
40357
40935
40706
40499
41133
40660
41613
40641
39859
39620
40940
40939
40655
40710
41132


genus
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Streptopelia
Zenaida
Zenaida
Zenaida
Zenaida
Zenaida
Zenaida
Zenaida
Zenaida
Zenaida
Zenaida


species
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
decaocto
asiatica
asiatica
asiatica
macroura
macroura
macroura
macroura
macroura
macroura
macroura


form
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
skin
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
p skel, skin
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel
c skel
skin
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
p skel, skin, wing
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
c skel, skin
skin
c skel
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel, wing


county
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Dade
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Pinellas
Santa Rosa
Broward*
Broward*
Palm Beach
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Broward
Collier


year
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1998
1998
1998
1999
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1999
1999
1998
1999
1999
1999
1998
1997
1997
1999
1998
1998
1999
1999


date
09 April
09 April
15 February
21 May
06 January
05 April
05 April
23 January
04 January
19 April
17 February
12 September
29 July
18 November
26 May
29 May
received
16 August
16 August
06 September
28 December
13 April
01 April
23 May
12 September
06 April
27 November
01 June
07 September
29 July
03 February
21 March
29 October
29 March
received
received
02 April
24 November
20 February
23 May
31 March
17 September
received
01 December







KRATTER et al.: New specimen-based records of Florida birds


UF#
40724
40725
42144
42145
40239
40659
40244
40241
40243
40238
40242
40240
40236
40237
40667
40097
41392
41627
41050
41416
40447
40900
40319
40760
41051
40346
42047
40146
41010
41894
40620
40145
40891
40376
40479
40605
41036
40902
39994
41062
40871
40878
40898
40328


genus
Zenaida
Zenaida
Columbina
Columbina
Myiopsitta
Myiopsitta
Myiopsitta
Myiopsitta
Myiopsitta
Myiopsitta
Myiopsitta
Myiopsitta
Myiopsitta
Myiopsitta
Coccyzus
Coccyzus
Coccyzus
Coccyzus
Coccyzus
Coccyzus
Coccyzus
Coccyzus
Coccyzus
Coccyzus
Coccyzus
Coccyzus
Tyto
Tyto
7yto
Tyto
Tyto
Otus
Otus
Otus
Otus
Otus
Otus
Otus
Otus
Otus
Otus
Otus
Otus
Bubo


maropJLa
macroura
macroura
passerina
passerina
monachus
monachus
monachus
monachus
monachus
monachus
monachus
monachus
monachus
monachus
americanus
americanus
americanus
americanus
americanus
americanus
americanus
americanus
americanus
americanus
americanus
americanus
alba
alba
alba
alba
alba
asio
asio
asio
asio
asio
asio
asio
asio
asio
asio
asio
asio
virginianus


.


form
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel
c skel, wing
skin
skin
c skel, wing
c skel
p skel, skin
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel, wing
skin
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
skin
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
skin, p. skel, wing
c skel, wing
skin
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel, wing
skin
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
p skel, skin, wing
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel, wing


county
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Dade
Dade
Dade
Pinellas
Pinellas
Pinellas
Pinellas
Pinellas
Broward*
Alachua
Brevard
Brevard
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Levy
Levy
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Alachua
Broward*
Broward
Broward
Collier
Alachua
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Citrus
Citrus
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Alachua


year
1998
1998
2000
2000
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1999
2000
1998
1998
1998
1999
1994
1999
1998
1998
2001
1998
1998
2000
1997
1992
1999
1998
1998
1999
1998
1999
1997
1999
1998
1998
1998
1998


date
14 August
15 July
10 June
11 February
29 July
28 December
28 July
28 July
28 July
08 April
08 April
08 April
08 April
08 April
08 November
April
October
25 April
11 October
28 September
07 October
25 May
20 October
11 May
18 October
24 April
29 March
received
12 August
06 January
18 December
29 January
21 September
12 July
07 September
20 January
23 July
20 May
08 November
17 November
08 December
21 September
24 December
27 January







BULLETIN of the FLORIDA MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 43(4)


UF#
41631
40485
40631
40842
40484
40991
41278
40649
40585
40588
40549
41052
40837
40873
41948
40096
41279
41009
40739
41831
40310
40999
41995
39661
40464
40637
40746
40128
40889
41850
40666
41997
41996
41055
40454
40445
40317
40615
40744
40460
40133
41402
40745
41103


genus
Bubo
Bubo
Bubo
Bubo
Bubo
Bubo
Bubo
Athene
Athene
Athene
Athene
Athene
Athene
Athene
Strix
Strix
Strix
Strix
Strix
Strix
Strix
Strix
Asio
Chordeiles
Chordeiles
Chordeiles
Chordeiles
Chordeiles
Chordeiles
Chordeiles
Caprimulgus
Caprimulgus
Caprimulgus
Caprimulgus
Caprimulgus
Caprimulgus
Caprimulgus
Caprimulgus
Caprimulgus
Caprimulgus
Caprimulgus
Caprimulgus
Caprimulgus
Caprimulgus


species
virginianus
virginianus
virginianus
virginianus
virginianus
virginianus
virginianus
cunicularia
cunicularia
cunicularia
cunicularia
cunicularia
cunicularia
cunicularia
varia
varia
varia
varia
varia
varia
varia
varia
flammeus
acutipennis
acutipennis
minor
minor
minor
minor
minor
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
vociferus


former
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel, wing
skin
p skel, skin
skin
c skel, wing
skin
skin
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel, wing
skin
c skel
skin
c skel
p skel
c skel, skin, wing
c skel, wing
p skel, skin, wing
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
p skel, wing
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel
c skel
skin
c skel, wing
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel
c skel, wing
wing
skin
c skel
c skel


county
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Broward
Flagler
Flagler
Suwannee
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Collier
Gadsen
Broward
Monroe
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Collier
Collier
Lee
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Dade
Gilchrist
Levy
Palm Beach
Broward


year
1999
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1996
1998
1998
1998
1998
1999
1998
1999
2000
1996
1998
1998
1999
2000
1996
1999
2001
1981
1999
1998
1999
1996
1999
2000
1999
2001
2001
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1999
1998
1998
2000
1998
2001


date
24 November
04 May
01 November
01 November
05 December
05 December
06 February
17 August
06 November
*28 September
11 July
21 May
28 August
15 June
24 January


03 June
27 October
07 August
13 December
28 October
11 April
16 March
07 January
11 January
28 August
06 May
01 August
26 September
22 September
20 May
12 March
27 March
10 August
25 August
04 October
14 April
14 October
10 March
06 March
06 June
16 April
*02 November
21 February


sex
M
U
M
F
U
F
F
M
M
F
F
M
M
M
F
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
F
M
M
M
F
F
F
F
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
F
M
M
F
M
F
M







KRATTER et al.: New specimen-based records of Florida birds


UF#
41103
41172
40633
38059
38060
42049
42039
42033
40378
41409
40635
40634
42002
38823
41406
40972
40974
40457
40617
40452
41038
40748
40603
41033
40897
41039
40973
40975
41032
42032
41799
41123
42007
40161
39990
40507
40901
41037
40604
41031
40818
41035
41396
41805


genus
Caprimulgus
Caprimulgus
Caprimulgus
Streptoprocne
Chaetura
Chaetura
Archilochus
Archilochus
Archilochus
Archilochus
Archilochus
Archilochus
Archilochus
Selasphorus
Ceryle
Ceryle
Ceryle
Ceryle
Ceryle
Ceryle
Ceryle
Ceryle
Ceryle
Ceryle
Ceryle
Ceryle
Ceryle
Ceryle
Ceryle
Melanerpes
Melanerpes
Melanerpes
Melanerpes
Melanerpes
Melanerpes
Melanerpes
Melanerpes
Melanerpes
Melanerpes
Melanerpes
Melanerpes
Melanerpes
Melanerpes
Melanerpes


species
vociferus
vociferus
vociferus
zonaris
pelagica
pelagica
colubris
colubris
colubris
colubris
colubris
colubris
colubris
rufus
alcyon
alcyon
alcyon
alcyon
alcyon
alcyon
alcyon
alcyon
alcyon
alcyon
alcyon
alcyon
alcyon
alcyon
alcyon
erythrocephalus
erythrocephalus
erythrocephalus
erythrocephalus
carolinus
carolinus
carolinus
carolinus
carolinus
carolinus
carolinus
carolinus
carolinus
carolinus
carolinus


L


form
skin
skin
p skel, skin, wing
p skel, skin
p skel, skin
skin
c skel
skin
c skel
skin
c skel, wing
skin
skin
feathers
c skel, wing
p skel, skin
p skel, skin
skin
c skel
c skel, wing
skin
c skel, wing
skin
skin
skin
skin
p skel, skin
p skel, skin
skin
c skel
skin
skin
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel, wing
skin
skin
skin
c skel, wing
skin, wing


county
Broward
Lee
Palm Beach
Broward
Alachua
Brevard
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Gilchrist
Gilchrist
Liberty
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Collier
Dade
Lee
Lee
Palm Beach
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Levy
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Collier
Lee
Leon


year
1999
1999
1998
1994
1993
2001
1998
2001
1997
1999
1998
1999
2001
1995
1999
1999
1999
1998
1998
1998
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1998
2001
2000
2000
1997
1997
1998
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1998
2000
2000


date
04 November
17 October
15 December
15 September
01 December
14 May


20 April
11 July
23 September
23 March
04 April
06 April
14 December
20 September
27 October
09 October
22 October
13 October
06 September
12 August
03 April
11 March
19 September
25 September
10 August
16 October
22 October
11 October
22 April
11 November
11 January
July
15 September
17 February
25 February
10 April
12 August
05 January
22 May
15 March
23 October
19 February
29 November







BULLETIN of the FLORIDA MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 43(4)


UF#
41804
39810
41084
40778
41261
41296
39662
40475
40474
40969
41796
41795
40607
41082
40726
41059
41043
41042
40473
40438
41397
40770
40854
41152
41151
41150
39727
40162
40858
41832
41034
40636
41286
40129
40657
39814
41662
40985
40435
40417
40421
40942
41811
42031


genus
Melanerpes
Melanerpes
Melanerpes
Melanerpes
Melanerpes
Melanerpes
Sphyrapicus
Sphyrapicus
Sphyrapicus
Sphyrapicus
Sphyrapicus
Sphyrapicus
Sphyrapicus
Sphyrapicus
Sphyrapicus
Sphyrapicus
Sphyrapicus
Sphyrapicus
Sphyrapicus
Sphyrapicus
Picoides
Picoides
Picoides
Picoides
Picoides
Picoides
Colaptes
Colaptes
Colaptes
Colaptes
Colaptes
Colaptes
Dryocopus
Dryocopus
Contopus
Contopus
Contopus
Empidonax
Sayornis
Sayornis
Sayornis
Sayornis
Sayornis
Myiarchus


species
carolinus
carolinus
carolinus
carolinus
carolinus
carolinus
various
various
various
various
various
various
various
various
various
various
various
various
various
various
pubescens
pubescens
pubescens
borealis
borealis
borealis
auratus
auratus
auratus
auratus
auratus
auratus
pileatus
pileatus
virens
virens
virens
virescens
phoebe
phoebe
phoebe
phoebe
phoebe
crinitus


form
skin
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel, wing
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
p skel, wing
p skel, skin
p skel, skin
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel


county
Leon
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Brevard
Broward
Broward
Broward
Clay
Levy
Levy
Palm Beach
Sumter
Collier
Levy
Volusia
Clay
Clay
Levy
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Brevard
Broward
Palm Beach
Alachua
Collier
Broward
Levy
Levy
Broward
Collier
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Alachua


year
2000
1996
1999
1999
2000
2000
1997
1998
1999
1999
2000
1999
1998
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1998
1997
2000
1999
1999
1997
1997
1997
1997
1998
1999
2000
1998
1998
2000
1997
1998
1996
2000
1999
1996
1998
1998
1999
2000
2001


date
29 November
06 December
30 November
08 September
12 April
10 May
29 January
29 November
04 January
SPRING
25 October
29 November
28 December
14 November
*03 April
11 February
01 December
01 December
11 November
01 December
04 February
08 September
20 June
19 June
19 June
01 May
30 May
19 February
24 May
01 July
30 September
* 11 September
02 May
19 May
23 October
13 September
22 September
19 October
20 October
06 November
30 November
28 October
08 December
30 April


sex
M
M
F
M
M
M
M
M
M
F
F
F
F
F
M
M
M
F
F
M
M
F
F
F
F
M
M
M
F
F
F
M
F
F
M
M
M
M
M
F
F
F
F
M







KRATTER et al.: New specimen-based records of Florida birds


UF#
42012
41419
41155
42019
42020
39046
40381
40622
40552
41064
39292
40127
40874
41020
40749
40608
39663
41024
40830
40433
39685
39740
39728
40775
40780
40779
40781
40812
41633
41271
41270
41663
41158
41167
41921
41973
41974
41979
41983
42062
40774
41985
40488
40496


genus
Myiarchus
Myiarchus
Myiarchus
Myiarchus
Myiarchus
Tyrannus
Tyrannus
Tyrannus
Tyrannus
Tyrannus
Lanius
Lanius
Lanius
Lanius
Lanius
Lanius
Lanius
Lanius
Lanius
Vireo
Vireo
Vireo
Vireo
Vireo
Vireo
Vireo
Vireo
Vireo
Vireo
Vireo
Vireo
Vireo
Vireo
Vireo
Vireo
Vireo
Vireo
Vireo
Vireo
Vireo
Vireo
Vireo
Vireo
Vireo


a


species
crinitus
crinitus
crinitus
crinitus
crinitus
tyrannus
dominicensis
dominicensis
dominicensis
dominicensis
ludovicianus
ludovicianus
ludovicianus
ludovicianus
ludovicianus
ludovicianus
ludovicianus
ludovicianus
ludovicianus
griseus
griseus
griseus
griseus
griseus
griseus
griseus
griseus
griseus
griseus
griseus
griseus
griseus
griseus
griseus
griseus
griseus
griseus
griseus
griseus
griseus
flavifrons
flavifrons
solitarius
solitarius


former
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
c skel, wing
skin
skin
c skel
skin
skin
skin
c skel
c skel, wing
skin
skin
skin
c skel
skin
c skel
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin


county
Alachua
Brevard
Broward
Levy
Levy
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Alachua
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Duval
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Collier
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy


year
2001
2000
1998
2001
2001
1996
1998
1998
1998
1999
1992
1998
1998
1999
1999
1999
1997
1998
1999
1997
1996
1996
1996
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
1999
2001
1999
1999


date
21 April
16 April
26 September
30 April
30 April
03 May
*30 May
10 July
14 August
15 September
received
09 May
13 March
30 April
24 May
07 February
13 January
16 May
received
28 April
13 September
13 September
06 September
08 September
08 September
08 September
08 September
15 September
13 September
19 April
19 April
22 September
25 February
07 March
27 February
27 March
27 March
27 March
27 March
25 May
08 September
27 March
08 January
07 January







BULLETIN of the FLORIDA MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 43(4)


UF# genus
41818 Vireo
41817 Vireo
40406 Vireo
40497 Vireo
40621 Vireo
39733 Vireo
39734 Vireo
39811 Vireo
39684 Vireo
41280 Vireo
41300 Vireo
41269 Vireo
41281 Vireo
41284 Vireo
41258 Vireo
41984 Vireo
41986 Vireo
42061 Vireo
41116 Vireo
41115 Vireo
40855 Vireo
40674 Vireo
41027 Cyanocitta
40437 Cyanocitta
40384 Cyanocitta
40456 Cyanocitta
40825 Cyanocitta
40885 Cyanocitta
41398 Cyanocitta
41405 Cyanocitta
40993 Cyanocitta
38189 Cyanocitta
40823 Cyanocitta
41028 Cyanocitta
42038 Aphelocoma
41991 Corvus
39813 Corvus
41395 Corvus
41614 Corvus
41915 Corvus
40344 Corvus
40410 Progne
40875 Progne
40693 Progne


species
solitarius
solitarius
olivaceus
olivaceus
olivaceus
olivaceus
olivaceus
olivaceus
olivaceus
olivaceus
olivaceus
olivaceus
olivaceus
olivaceus
olivaceus
olivaceus
olivaceus
olivaceus
olivaceus
olivaceus
olivaceus
altiloquus
cristata
cristata
cristata
cristata
cristata
cristata
cristata
cristata
cristata
cristata
cristata
cristata
coerulescens
brachyrhynchos
brachyrhynchos
brachyrhynchos
ossifragus
ossifragus
ossifragus
subis
subis
subis


form
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
c skel
skin
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
skin
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
skin
skin
skin


county
Levy
Levy
Alachua
Alachua
Broward
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Volusia
Broward
Broward*
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Collier
Collier
Collier
Lee
Orange
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Highlands
Alachua
Levy
Levy
Alachua
Alachua
Palm Beach
Brevard
Broward
Broward


year
2000
2000
1998
1998
1998
1996
1996
1996
1996
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2001
2001
2001
1998
1999
1999
1999
1999
1998
1998
1998
1999
1999
2000
2000
1999
1993
1998
1999
1998
2000
1996
2000
1999
2001
1998
1998
1998
1999


date
08 December
08 December
16 September
29 September
11 October
06 September
06 September
13 September
06 September
28 April
10 May
19 April
28 April
28 April
12 April
27 March
27 March
25 May
02 October
18 August
20 June
14 April
01 May
20 July
22 April
20 September
28 September
22 September
28 January
25 February
25 October
May
02 November
20 April
04 May
27 May
13 September
28 April
03 July
01 February
06 August
24 February
01 September
* 19 April







KRATTER et al.: New specimen-based records of Florida birds


UF#
41857
40881
40882
40078
39742
40673
40771
40772
40688
40773
40697
41266
41618
41250
41869
41983
40880
39817
39741
39730
40428
40782
40810
40672
40494
40941
40950
41617
41634
41827
41125
42060
39732
41077
40702
40952
41297
41275
41146
41145
41813
40851
40415
40429


genus
Progne
Tachycineta
Tachycineta
Hirundo
Poecile
Poecile
Poecile
Poecile
Poecile
Poecile
Poecile
Poecile
Poecile
Poecile
Poecile
Poecile
Baeolophus
Baeolophus
Baeolophus
Baeolophus
Baeolophus
Baeolophus
Baeolophus
Baeolophus
Baeolophus
Baeolophus
Baeolophus
Baeolophus
Baeolophus
Thryothorus
Thryothorus
Thryothorus
Thryothorus
Thryothorus
Thryothorus
Thryothorus
Thryothorus
Thryothorus
Troglodytes
Troglodytes
Troglodytes
Regulus
Regulus
Regulus


2


species
subis
bicolor
bicolor
rustic
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
bicolor
bicolor
bicolor
bicolor
bicolor
bicolor
bicolor
bicolor
bicolor
bicolor
bicolor
bicolor
bicolor
ludovicianus
ludovicianus
ludovicianus
ludovicianus
ludovicianus
ludovicianus
ludovicianus
ludovicianus
ludovicianus
aedon
aedon
aedon
calendula
calendula
calendula


form
skin
skin
skin
skin, wing
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
skin
skin
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin


county
Lee
Alachua
Alachua
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Alachua
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Alachua
Alachua
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Alachua
Alachua
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy


year
2000
1999
1999
1998
1996
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
2000
2000
2000
2001
2001
1999
1996
1996
1996
1998
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2001
1996
1999
1999
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
1998
1998
1998


date
26 August
16 March
16 March
22 March
13 September
28 May
08 September
08 September
05 March
08 September
04 June
19 April
04 August
12 April
18 January
25 May
09 September
23 October
13 September
05 September
30 November
08 September
15 September
28 May
07 January
28 October
28 October
04 August
13 September
15 December
07 February
25 May
06 September
26 November
04 June
28 October
10 May
19 April
14 February
10 February
08 December
07 December
06 November
30 November







BULLETIN of the FLORIDA MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 43(4)


UF#
41148
41147
40493
40690
40685
40686
40951
41045
41812
41169
41788
41256
41919
41866
41867
41982
41975
39724
40423
40422
40765
41615
41171
41252
41168
41268
41251
41262
41274
41282
41980
41977
41976
39666
41404
39664
40330
41724
40446
40557
40767
42044
39665
40815


genus
Regulus
Regulus
Regulus
Regulus
Regulus
Regulus
Regulus
Regulus
Regulus
Regulus
Regulus
Regulus
Regulus
Regulus
Regulus
Regulus
Regulus
Polioptila
Polioptila
Polioptila
Polioptila
Polioptila
Polioptila
Polioptila
Polioptila
Polioptila
Polioptila
Polioptila
Polioptila
Polioptila
Polioptila
Polioptila
Polioptila
Sialia
Sialia
Catharus
Catharus
Catharus
Catharus
Catharus
Catharus
Catharus
Catharus
Catharus


species
calendula
calendula
calendula
calendula
calendula
calendula
calendula
calendula
calendula
calendula
calendula
calendula
calendula
calendula
calendula
calendula
calendula
caerulea
caerulea
caerulea
caerulea
caerulea
caerulea
caerulea
caerulea
caerulea
caerulea
caerulea
caerulea
caerulea
caerulea
caerulea
caerulea
sialis
sialis
fuscescens
fuscescens
fuscescens
fuscescens
fuscescens
fuscescens
minimus
minimus
minimus


Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Taylor
Alachua
Alachua
Levy


form
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin


county
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy


year
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
1997
1998
1998
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2001
2001
2001
1996
2000
1995
1998
2000
1998
1998
1999
2000
1995
1999


date
22 December
22 December
07 January
05 March
09 February
05 March
28 October
01 December
08 December
07 March
15 November
12 April
27 February
18 January
18 January
27 March
27 March
16 April
30 November
30 November
24 June
04 August
07 March
12 April
07 March
19 April
12 April
12 April
19 April
28 April
27 March
27 March
27 March
12 May
09 April
08 September
22 September
14 September
20 September
02 October
01 May
10 October
21 October
14 May


skin
skin
skin
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
p skel, skin
c skel
skin
c skel, wing
c skel
skin
skin







KRATTER et al.: New specimen-based records of Florida birds


UF#
40918
41829
41081
42028
39737
40506
41987
40427
40495
41044
40683
41819
41780
41917
40439
41807
42045
40505
41166
41914
40696
40606
40687
41870
40405
40463
40462
40877
41149
41808
41021
40432
41399
41016
39753
39754
40416
40419
40887
40949
41257
41157
39680
40826


genus
Catharus
Catharus
Catharus
Catharus
Catharus
Catharus
Catharus
Catharus
Catharus
Catharus
Catharus
Catharus
Catharus
Catharus
Catharus
Hylocichla
Hylocichla
Turdus
Turdus
Turdus
Turdus
Turdus
Turdus
Turdus
Dumetella
Dumetella
Dumetella
Dumetella
Dumetella
Dumetella
Dumetella
Dumetella
Dumetella
Dumetella
Dumetella
Dumetella
Dumetella
Dumetella
Dumetella
Dumetella
Dumetella
Dumetella
Mimus
Mimus


species
ustulatus
ustulatus
ustulatus
ustulatus
ustulatus
guttatus
guttatus
guttatus
guttatus
guttatus
guttatus
guttatus
guttatus
guttatus
guttatus
mustelina
mustelina
migratorius
migratorius
migratorius
migratorius
migratorius
migratorius
migratorius
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
carolinensis
polyglottos
polyglottos


formI
skin
skin
skin
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
c skel, wing
skin
skin
skin
skin
p skel, wing
c skel
skin
skin
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
skin


county
Alachua
Alachua
Broward
Duval
St. Johns
Alachua
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Marion
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Levy
Levy
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Brevard
Broward
Collier
Collier
Lee
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Alachua
Alachua


year
1999
2000
1998
1995
1997
1999
2001
1998
1999
1999
1999
2000
2000
2001
1997
1999
2000
1999
2000
2000
1999
1999
1999
2001
1994
1998
1998
1999
2000
2000
1999
1996
2000
1999
1996
1996
1998
1998
1999
1999
2000
2000
1996
1999


date
08 October
19 October
08 October
19 October
01 October
23 February
27 March
30 November
07 January
01 December
09 February
08 December
15 November
27 February
24 November
18 November
03 October
25 February
05 March
26 December
03 April
26 February
05 March
18 January
08 February
18 October
19 October
08 October
07 February
26 April
16 October
18 February
10 March
16 October
09 October
09 October
06 November
06 November
24 April
28 October
12 April
25 February
06 November
14 September







BULLETIN of the FLORIDA MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 43(4)


UF# genus
42077 Mimus
40833 Mimus
41047 Mimus
41022 Mimus
41029 Mimus
40337 Mimus
41417 Mimus
40835 Mimus
40647 Mimus
40892 Toxost
40899 Toxost
41276 Toxost
41809 Toxost
41810 Toxost
40831 Sturnu
40306 Sturnu
41394 Acridc
39045 Bombj
40430 Bombj
40332 Bomb)
40478 Bombj
40465 Bombj
40477 Bombj
39978 Bomb2
40466 Bomb
39949 Bombk
39667 Bomb,
39950 Bomb
39961 Bomb
39895 Bomb
39894 Bomb
39979 Bomb
39668 Bomb
40040 Bomb
40480 Bomb
40822 Bomb
40498 Bomb
41407 Bomb
41393 Bomb
41998 Bomb
40824 Bomb
40886 Bomb
40834 Bomb
40832 Bomb


oma
oma
oma
oma
oma
'S


itheres
cilla
ycilla
ycilla
ycilla
ycilla
ycilla
ycilla
vcilla
ycilla
vcilla
ycilla
ycilla
ycilla
ycilla
ycilla
ycilla
ycilla
ycilla
ycilla
ycilla
ycilla
ycilla
ycilla
ycilla
ycilla
ycilla
ycilla


species
polyglottos
polyglottos
polyglottos
polyglottos
polyglottos
polyglottos
polyglottos
polyglottos
polyglottos
rufum
rufum
rufum
rufum
rufum
vulgaris
vulgaris
tristis
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum
cedrorum


form
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel, wing
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
p skel, skin
skin
c skel
p skel, skin
skin
p skel, skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin


county
Brevard
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Levy
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Brevard
Levy
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Broward*
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Brevard
Broward*
Broward
Broward
Broward


year
2001
1998
1998
1999
1999
1998
1998
1998
1998
1999
1999
2000
2000
2000
1998
1998
1999
1995
1995
1997
1997
1997
1997
1997
1997
1997
1997
1997
1997
1997
1997
1997
1997
1997
1999
1999
1999
2000
2000
2000
1999
1999
1999
1999


date
29 May
19 June
08 May
10 October
20 May
19 September
18 October
13 October
19 October
28 September
13 September
19 April
08 December
08 December
26 April
07 April
received
19 March
15 February
06 February
06 February
06 February
06 February
06 February
06 February
06 February
01 February
06 February
06 February
06 February
06 February
06 February
06 February
06 February
27 January
13 February
28 January
24 March
04 May
23 December
06 January
25 February
30 January
31 January


sex
U
M
M
F
M
F
F
M
M
F
F
F
M
F
F
F
F
U
U
F
F
F
M
F
M
F
F
F
F
M
M
F
F
F
F
M
M
F
F
M
M
F
M
F







KRATTER et al.: New specimen-based records of Florida birds


UF#
40828
39687
41643
41927
41978
40455
40461
41162
40639
42042
40692
40777
40776
40670
40698
41170
41254
41249
41298
41272
41916
40652
40853
41772
40984
41901
41638
41414
41413
41109
41049
40627
41173
39688
40436
41073
41408
41401
39819
39818
39735
40849
40420
40425


genus
Bombycilla
Vermivora
Vermivora
Vermivora
Vermivora
Vermivora
Parula
Parula
Parula
Parula
Parula
Parula
Parula
Parula
Parula
Parula
Parula
Parula
Parula
Parula
Parula
Parula
Parula
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica


species
cedrorum
peregrina
peregrina
celata
celata
ruficapilla
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
americana
pensylvanica
magnolia
tigrina
tigrina
caerulescens
caerulescens
caerulescens
caerulescens
caerulescens
caerulescens
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata


form
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin, p skel
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel, wing
skin
skin
skin
c skel, wing
skin
c skel, wing
c skel, wing
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin


county
Duval
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Levy
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Palm Beach
Volusia
Alachua
Palm Beach
Broward
Broward
Broward*
Broward
Broward
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Collier
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy


year
1999
1996
2000
2001
2001
1998
1998
1998
1999
2001
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2001
1998
1999
2000
1999
2000
2000
1999
1998
1999
1998
1998
1998
1997
1998
1999
1999
2000
1996
1996
1997
1998
1998
1998


date
15 February
09 October
15 September
24 January
27 March
22 October
10 March
25 November
09 February
22 March
05 March
08 September
08 September
28 May
04 June
07 March
12 April
12 April
10 May
19 April
27 February
12 October
20 June
04 October
24 September
05 April
17 August
18 April
01 October
24 September
27 October
21 October
22 October
05 February
15 March
01 November
29 January
26 February
23 October
23 October
16 April
07 December
06 November
30 November







BULLETIN of the FLORIDA MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 43(4)


UF# genus
40412 Dendr
40413 Dendr
40850 Dendr
40490 Dendrl
40691 Dendr
40684 Dendr,
40947 Dendr
40492 Dendr
40945 Dendr
40946 Dendr
40491 Dendr
40943 Dendr
41784 Dendr
41787 Dendr
41781 Dendr
41785 Dendr
41786 Dendr
41782 Dendr
41783 Dendi
41922 Dendi
41918 Dendi
41862 Dendi
41923 Dend)
41865 Dend
41863 Dend
41864 Dend
40584 Dend
41154 Dend
40998 Dend
39812 Dend
41723 Dend
41722 Dend
42043 Dend
39816 Dend
39755 Dend
40948 Dend
40783 Dend
40489 Dend
41299 Dena
41635 Dena
41835 Dena
41941 Dena
39815 Dend
40424 Dend


species


oica
oica
9ica
oica
oica
oica
oica
oica
oica
oica
oica
*oica
*oica
oica
oica
oica
oica
oica
roica
-oica
roica
roica
'oica
roica
'roica
roica
roica
roica
roica
roica
roica
roica
roica
roica
'roica
'roica
'roica
troica
!roica
!roica
1roica
froica
froica
troica


coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
coronata
virens
virens
virens
fusca
fusca
fusca
dominica
dominica
dominica
dominica
dominica
dominica
dominica
dominica
pinus
pinus
pinus
pinus


form
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
skin
skin


county
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Broward*
Broward
Broward
Levy
Levy
Levy
Duval
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Alachua
Alachua
Levy
Levy


year
1998
1998
1998
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
1998
1999
1999
1996
2000
2000
2001
1996
1996
1999
1999
1999
2000
2000
2000
2001
1996
1998


date
24 November
06 November
07 December
08 January
05 March
09 February
28 October
07 January
28 October
28 October
07 January
28 October
15 November
15 November
15 November
15 November
15 November
15 November
15 November
27 February
27 February
18 January
27 February
18 January
18 January
18 January
28 October
04 November
16 October
13 September
18 October
03 October
09 January
23 October
05 September
28 October
08 September
08 January
10 May
13 September
20 December
14 January
13 September
30 November


sex
U
F
M
M
M
M
F
F
M
F
M
M
M
M
F
M
M
F
F
M
F
F
F
M
M
F
M
F
F
M
M
M
M
M
F
M
F
U
M
F
M
F
M
M







KRATTER et al.: New specimen-based records of Florida birds


UF#
40701
41816
41622
41981
42059
42058
41420
41135
41839
41902
40705
40434
41400
39736
39725
41253
40481
40904
40836
40414
40418
40852
40848
40682
41267
41273
41156
41283
41868
41920
42021
39043
40888
39958
41411
40712
41412
41067
41083
41903
41858
41624
41623
42064


genus
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Dendroica
Mniotilta
Mniotilta
Mniotilta
Mniotilta
Mniotilta
Mniotilta
Mniotilta
Mniotilta
Mniotilta
Mniotilta
Mniotilta
Mniotilta
Mniotilta
Setophaga
Setophaga
Setophaga
Setophaga
Setophaga
Setophaga
Protonotaria
Protonotaria
Protonotaria
Protonotaria
Protonotaria
Protonotaria
Protonotaria


pius
pinus
pinus
pinus
pinus
pinus
pinus
discolor
discolor
discolor
discolor
palmarum
palmarum
palmarum
palmarum
palmarum
palmarum
palmarum
castanea
varia
varia
varia
varia
varia
varia
varia
varia
varia
varia
varia
varia
varia
ruticilla
ruticilla
ruticilla
ruticilla
ruticilla
ruticilla
citrea
citrea
citrea
citrea
citrea
citrea
citrea


sex


form
skin
skin
c skel, wing
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel, wing
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
p skel, skin
c skel
c skel, wing
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin


county
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Brevard
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Collier
Collier
Levy
Levy
Levy
Polk
St. Johns
Broward
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Alachua
Alachua
Brevard
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Lee
Levy
Levy
Levy


year
1999
2000
2000
2001
2001
2001
2000
1999
2000
2000
1999
1997
2000
1997
1997
2000
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2001
2001
2001
1995
1999
1997
1998
1998
1999
1998
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2001


date
04 June
08 December
04 August
27 March
25 May
25 May
20 April
18 August
27 March
11 April
07 February
23 October
01 February
16 April
16 April
12 April
02 October
18 October
24 September
06 November
06 November
07 December
07 December
09 February
19 April
19 April
25 February
28 April
18 January
27 February
30 April
17 September
24 September
26 May
04 October
20 September
22 April
08 September
16 April
16 August
05 August
04 August
04 August
25 May







BULLETIN of the FLORIDA MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 43(4)


UF#
40656
40695
41134
40626
40623
39686
41017
41418
40713
40711
41061
40383
40619
41018
41068
41066
41814
41660
41661
41046
40870
41778
41828
42048
40451
41053
41069
41248
40703
40471
42176
39957
40300
40650
40302
40301
40768
42211
40708
39042
41825
40714
40680
41415


genus
Helmitheros
Helmitheros
Helmitheros
Helmitheros
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Seiurus
Oporornis
Oporornis
Oporornis
Oporornis
Oporornis
Oporornis
Oporornis
Geothlypis
Geothlypis
Geothlypis
Geothlypis
Geothlypis
Geothlypis


species
vermivorus
vermivorus
vermivorus
vermivorus
aurocapillus
aurocapillus
aurocapillus
aurocapillus
aurocapillus
aurocapillus
aurocapillus
aurocapillus
aurocapillus
aurocapillus
aurocapillus
aurocapillus
aurocapillus
aurocapillus
aurocapillus
noveboracensis
noveboracensis
noveboracensis
noveboracensis
noveboracensis
noveboracensis
noveboracensis
noveboracensis
noveboracensis
noveboracensis
motacilla
motacilla
formosus
agilis
agilis
agilis
agilis
agilis
agilis
trichas
trichas
trichas
trichas
trichas
trichas


form
skin
c skel
skin
skin
c skel
skin
c skel
skin
c skel
c skel
skin
skin
c skel
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
c skel
skin
c skel, wing
p skel, wing
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
p skel, skin
c skel
skin
p skel, skin
p skel, skin
p skel, skin
skin
c skel, wing
skin
skin
c skel
skin
skin


county
Broward
Broward
Dade
Palm Beach
Broward
Levy
Broward*
Brevard
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Broward
Levy
Levy
Levy
Broward*
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Broward
Levy
Palm Beach
Marion
Duval
Levy
Broward*
Broward*
Broward
Broward
Broward
Palm Beach
Broward*
Alachua
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Broward


year
1998
1999
1999
1998
1998
1996
1999
2000
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1999
1999
1999
2000
2000
2000
1999
1999
2000
2000
2001
1998
1999
1999
2000
1999
1992
2001
1997
1998
1999
1998
1998
1999
2001
1999
1996
2000
1998
1999
1999


12 September
16 April
28 September
10 April
05 October
13 September
26 September
26 April
28 September
20 September
10 September
12 May
11 October
13 September
03 September
03 September
08 December
22 September
22 September
27 April
01 September
07 October
18 October
20 May
06 September
05 May
16 September
12 April
12 May
25 March
19 July
26 September
received
received
10 May
11 May
02 May
15 May
16 May
26 April
20 September
11 October
29 April
11 May







KRATTER et al.: New specimen-based records of Florida birds


UF#
40707
41072
40431
40700
40944
40811
40699
41616
41632
41247
41295
41621
41924
39041
41820
22233
40553
40411
40840
41063
40669
40668
41636
42057
40377
41999
42000
42056
42055
39648
41806
39670
41086
39334
39366
41165
39956
40245
39682
39669


genus
Geothlypis
Geothlypis
Geothlypis
Geothlypis
Geothlypis
Geothlypis
Geothlypis
Geothlypis
Geothlypis
Geothlypis
Geothlypis
Geothlypis
Geothlypis
Wilsonia
Wilsonia
Wilsonia
Piranga
Piranga
Piranga
Piranga
Piranga
Piranga
Piranga
Piranga
Pipilo
Pipilo
Pipilo
Pipilo
Pipilo
Aimophila
Spizella
Ammodramus
Ammodramus
Ammodramus
Ammodramus
Ammodramus
Ammodramus
Ammodramus
Ammodramus
Ammodramus


species
trichas
trichas
trichas
trichas
trichas
trichas
trichas
trichas
trichas
trichas
trichas
trichas
trichas
citrina
citrina
citrina
olivacea
rubra
rubra
rubra
rubra
rubra
rubra
rubra
erythrophthalmus
erythrophthalmus
erythrophthalmus
erythrophthalmus
erythrophthalmus
aestivalis
passerina
savannarum
savannarum
savannarum
savannarum
savannarum
savannarum
savannarum
savannarum
savannarum
savannarum
savannarum
georgiana
georgiana


2000 12 April M


41164 Ammodramus
40326 Ammodramus
40547 Melospiza
41255 Melospiza


form
c skel
wing
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin, wing
skin
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
p skel, skin
skin
skin
skin
p skel, flat skin
p skel, wings
alcohol
skin
p skel, feathers
c skel
skin
alcohol
p skel, flat skin
skin


county
Broward
Clay
Collier
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Alachua
Alachua
Gilchrist
Broward
Alachua
Alachua
Broward
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Levy
Levy
Highlands
Alachua
Alachua
Clay
Highlands
Highlands
Highlands
Highlands
Highlands
Leon
Marion
Osceola
Osceola
Alachua


year
1999
1998
1997
1999
1999
1999
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2001
1995
2000
1992
1998
1994
1999
1999
1999
1999
2000
2001
1998
2000
2000
2001
2001
1996
2000
1992
1999
1996
1996
1997
1997
1998
1993
1996
1997
1998
1998


date
17 May
21 October
23 October
04 June
28 October
15 September
04 June
04 August
13 September
12 April
10 May
04 August
27 February
03 April
09 October
April
13 October
19 September
13 July
27 September
28 May
28 May
13 September
25 May
received
24 April
23 March
25 May
25 May
03 June
16 March
02 November
29 October
20 August
02 July
06 July
22 December
22 July
29 March
01 May
19 May
22 February
12 November


skin Levy







BULLETIN of the FLORIDA MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 43(4)


UF# genus


41815
40094
41403
40715
40997
42065
41019
39960
39739
39731
39738
39820
40426
40689
40671
40813
41285
41619
41779
41620
41925
41926
42001
40927
40994
42029
40095
41826
41830
41076
41023
42040
40663
41153
40154
40100
40123
42067
42068
42069
42070
40890
40819


Melospiza
Cardinalis
Cardinalis
Cardinalis
Cardinalis
Cardinalis
Cardinalis
Cardinalis
Cardinalis
Cardinalis
Cardinalis
Cardinalis
Cardinalis
Cardinalis
Cardinalis
Cardinalis
Cardinalis
Cardinalis
Cardinalis
Cardinalis
Cardinalis
Cardinalis
Cardinalis
Pheucticus
Pheucticus
Pheucticus
Passerina
Passerina
Passerina
Passerina
Passerina
Passerina
Passerina
Dolichonyx
Agelaius
Agelaius
Agelaius
Agelaius
Agelaius
Agelaius
Agelaius
Agelaius
Agelaius


species
georgiana
cardinalis
cardinalis
cardinalis
cardinalis
cardinalis
cardinalis
cardinalis
cardinalis
cardinalis
cardinalis
cardinalis
cardinalis
cardinalis
cardinalis
cardinalis
cardinalis
cardinalis
cardinalis
cardinalis
cardinalis
cardinalis
cardinalis
ludovicianus
ludovicianus
ludovicianus
cyanea
cyanea
cyanea
cyanea
cyanea
ciris
ciris
oryzivorus
phoeniceus
phoeniceus
phoeniceus
phoeniceus
phoeniceus
phoeniceus
phoeniceus
phoeniceus
phoeniceus


former
skin
skin
skin
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
c skel
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin, wing
skin
c skel, wing
skin
c skel
c skel, wing
skin
skin
c skel
p skel, skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin


county
Levy
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Brevard
Brevard
Broward
Citrus
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Marion
Alachua
Brevard
Duval
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Levy
Palm Beach
Brevard
Broward
Broward*
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Marion


year
2000
1995
1999
1999
1999
2001
1998
1997
1996
1996
1996
1997
1998
1999
1999
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2001
2001
2000
1999
1999
1999
1998
1999
2000
1999
1998
2000
1999
1999
1992
1998
1998
1999
2001
2001
2001
2001
1999


date
08 December
26 January
23 March
26 February
03 November
29 May
26 August
29 December
06 September
05 September
06 September
22 March
30 November
05 March
28 May
15 September
28 April
04 August
15 November
04 August
27 February
27 February
19 August
17 October
18 October
23 October
18 April
07 October
10 October
14 October
24 April
03 October
14 April
08 May
no date
19 May
19 May
07 September
29 May
29 May
29 May
29 May
25 February







KRATTER et al.: New specimen-based records of Florida birds


UF# genus
40839 Agelai
40838 Agelai
40827 Agelai
41904 Sturne
40164 Quisc
42066 Quisce
41065 Quisc
40817 Quisca
40476 Quisc
41259 Quisca
41260 Quisc
42022 Quisca
40829 Quisc
40651 Quisea
40307 Quisc
42074 Quisce
42075 Quisc
42076 QuiseC
42073 Quisce
40601 Quisca
40821 Quisc
40453 Quisca
40586 Quisce
40820 Quisca
41801 Quisc
41263 Moloti
40642 Icterus
41101 Icterus
40658 Icterwu
42041 Icterus
41015 Icterus
40645 Icterus
40764 Carpo
41641 Carpo
39689 Cardu
41942 Cardu
40926 Passer
41025 Passer
41026 Passer
41126 Passer


cnpcipe


us
us
us
lla
alus
ilus
alus
ilus
alus
ilus
alus
alus
alus
alus
alus
Ilus
alus
Ilus
alus
Ilus
alus
lus
alus
Ilus
alus

hrus









dacus
dacus
elis
elis


form


phoeniceus
phoeniceus
phoeniceus
magna
quiscula
quiscula
quiscula
quiscula
quiscula
quiscula
quiscula
quiscula
quiscula
quiscula
major
major
major
major
major
major
major
major
major
major
major
bonariensis
pectoralis
pectoralis
pectoralis
galbula
galbula
galbula
mexicanus
mexicanus
tristis
tristis
domesticus
domesticus
domesticus
domesticus


cnintv


skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel
c skel
c skel
skin
skin
skin
skin
c skel, wing
skin
skin
skin
p skel, skin
c skel, wing
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin
skin


Marion
Marion
Marion
Broward
Alachua
Brevard
Broward
Broward
Levy
Levy
Levy
Levy
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Alachua
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Brevard
Broward
Broward
Dade
Alachua
Palm Beach
Pinellas
Alachua
Broward
Broward
Palm Beach
Brevard
Broward*
Broward
Alachua
Broward
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Alachua
Collier


vear date


1999
1999
1999
2000
1998
2001
1998
1999
1999
2000
2000
3001
1998
1999
1994
2001
2001
2001
2001
1998
1999
1998
1997
1998
2000
2000
1998
1999
1998
2000
1999
1998
1999
2000
1996
2001
1999
1999
1999
1999


26 February
23 February
24 February
29 April
02 June
29 May
01 April
received
08 January
12 April
12 April
30 April
12 August
*01 March
01 October
29 May
29 May
29 May
29 May
*06 March
09 February
10 December
06 November
21 April
received
31 March
14 September
24 November
16 October
02 October
no date
23 September
31 July
24 April
09 April
01 February
February
*13 February
*15 February
11 November


pont







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INDEX


Accipiter cooperii 119
Acridotheres tristis 126
Ammodramus savannarum 128
Asio flammeus 125
BITTERN, AMERICAN 118
Bombycilla cedrorum 126
BOOBY, BROWN 118
Botaurus lentiginosus 118
Brachyramphus [marmoratus] perdix 124
Buteo
brachyurus 119
platypterus 119
Calidris maritima 120
Calonectris diomedea 115
Caracara cheriway 119
CARACARA, CRESTED 119
Carpodacus mexicanus 129
Charadrius alexandrinus 120
Chordeiles acutipennis 125
COLLARED-DOVE, EURASIAN 124
Columba leucocephala 124
COWBIRD, SHINY 128
CRANE, WHOOPING 120
Dendroica
castanea 127
magnolia 127
virens 127
DOVE
COLLARED-, see COLLARED-DOVE
WHITE-WINGED 125
Falco
columbarius 120
peregrinus 120
FALCON, PEREGRINE 120
FINCH, HOUSE 129
GROSBEAK, ROSE-BREASTED 128
Grus americana 120
GULL
GREAT BLACK-BACKED 122
LESSER BLACK-BACKED 122
HAWK
BROAD-WINGED 119
COOPER'S 119
SHORT-TAILED 119
Icterus pectoralis 128
JAEGER, POMARINE 121
KITE, SNAIL 118
KITTIWAKE, BLACK-LEGGED 122
Larus
fuscus 122
marinus 122
Laterallus jamaicensis 120


Melanitta
fusca 118
nigra 118
MERLIN 120
Molothrus bonariensis 128
MONK PARAKEET 125
MURRELET, LONG-BILLED 124
MYNA, COMMON 126
Myiopsitta monachus 125
NIGHTHAWK, LESSER 125
Oceanites oceanicus 115
Oceanodroma leucorhoa 116
Oporornis agilis 127
ORIOLE, SPOT-BREASTED 128
OWL, SHORT-EARED 125
PETREL, STORM-, see STORM-PETREL
Phaethon
aethereus 116
lepturus 118
PHALAROPE, RED-NECKED 121
Phalaropus lobatus 121
Pheucticus ludovicianus 128
PIGEON, WHITE-CROWNED 124
Piranga olivacea 128
PLOVER
SNOWY 120
BLACK-BELLIED 120
Pluvialis squatarola 120
Porphyrio porphyrio 120
Puffinus
gravis 115
griseus 115
puffinus 115
PURPLE SWAMPHEN 120
RAIL, BLACK 120
Rissa tridactyla 122
Rostrhamus sociabilis 118
SANDPIPER, PURPLE 120
SCOTER
BLACK 118
WHITE-WINGED 118
Seiurus motacilla 128
SHEARWATER
CORY'S 115
GREATER 115
MANX 115
SOOTY 115
SPARROW, GRASSHOPPER 128
STORM-PETREL
LEACH'S 116
WILSON'S 115
Stercorarius pomarinus 121







KRATTER et al.: New specimen-based records of Florida birds


Sterna
anaethetus recognita 123
dougallii dougallii 122
Streptopelia decaocto 124
Streptoprocne zonaris pallidifrons 125
Sula leucogaster 118
SWIFT, WHITE-COLLARED 125
TANAGER, SCARLET 128
TERN
BRIDLED 123
ROSEATE 122
TROPICBIRD
RED-BILLED 116


TROPICBIRD (cont.)
WHITE-TAILED 118
Vermivora ruficapilla ruficapilla 127
WARBLER
BAY-BREASTED 127
BLACK-THROATED GREEN 127
CONNECTICUT 127
MAGNOLIA 127
NASHVILLE 127
WATERTHRUSH, LOUISIANA 128
WAXWING, CEDAR 126
Zenaida asiatica 125




















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