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   Acanthagenys rufogularis (Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater) 
   Acanthogenys rufogularis 
   Anthochaera rufogularis (Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater) 

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1.  Avian thermoregulation in the heat: evaporative cooling in five Australian passerines reveals within-order biogeographic variation in heat tolerance.LinkIT
McKechnie AE, Gerson AR, McWhorter TJ, Smith EK, Talbot WA, Wolf BO
The Journal of experimental biology, 2017

2.  The effect of wind on the rate of heat loss from avian cup-shaped nests.LinkIT
Heenan CB, Seymour RS
PloS one, 2012

3.  A qualitative analysis of the kidney structure of Meliphagid honeyeaters from wet and arid environments.LinkIT
Casotti G, Richardson KC
Journal of anatomy, 1993

4.  Differential passage time of mistletoe fruits through the gut of honeyeaters and flowerpeckers: effects on seedling establishment.LinkIT
Murphy SR, Reid N, Yan Z, Venables WN
Oecologia, 1993

5.  An immunohistochemical study on the gastrointestinal endocrine cells of three honeyeaters: singing honeyeater (Meliphaga virescens), spiny-cheeked honeyeater (Acanthogenys rufogularis) and brown honeyeater (Lichmera indistincta).LinkIT
Hashimoto N, Yamada J, Richardson KC, Kitamura N, Yamashita T
European journal of histochemistry : EJH, 1993

6.  A stereological analysis of kidney structure of honeyeater birds (Meliphagidae) inhabiting either arid or wet environments.LinkIT
Casotti G, Richardson KC
Journal of anatomy, 1992