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Nicolantonio Agostini, Guido Premuda, Ugo Mellone, Michele Panuccio, Daniela Logozzo, Enrico Bassi and Leonardo Cocchi

Italy. J. Raptor Res. 29: 275-277. Agostini N., Logozzo D. 1997. Autumn migration of Accipitriformes through Italy en route to Africa. Avocetta 21: 174-179. Agostini N., Logozzo D. 2000. Migration and wintering distribution of the Marsh Harrier Circus aeruginosus in southern Italy. Buteo 11: 19-24. Agostini N., Logozzo D., Coleiro C. 1999. The orientation/navigation hypothesis: an indirect evidence in migrating Honey Buzzards. Riv. Ital. Orn. 69: 153

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P. Komorová, J. Sitko, M. Špakulová, Z. Hurníková, R. Sałamatin and G. Chovancová

References B aruš , V., S ergeeva , T.P., S onin , M.D., R yzhikov , K.M. (1978): Helminths of Fish-Eating Birds of the Palearctic Region I. Academia Praha, 318 pp. DOI: 10.1007/978-94-009-9972-5 B orgsteede , F.H.M., O kulewicz , A., Z oun , P.E.F., O kulewicz , J. (2003): The helminth fauna of birds of prey (Accipitriformes, Falconiformes and Strigiformes) in the Nederlands. Acta Parasitol., 48: 200 – 207 B ray , R.A., G ibson , D.I., J ones , A. (2008): Keys to the Trematoda . Volume 3. CAB International and The Natural History Museum

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Jenő Nagy and Jácint Tökölyi

., Seibold, I. & Braun, M. J. 2005. A multi-gene phylogeny of aquiline eagles (Aves: Accipitriformes) reveals extensive paraphyly at the genus level. - Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 35: 147-164. DOI: 10.1016/j. ympev.2004.10.003 Jetz, W., Thomas, G. H., Joy, J. B., Hartmann, K. & Mooers, A. O. 2012. The global diversity of birds in space and time. - Nature 491: 444-448. DOI: 10.1038/nature11631 Joseph, L., Lessa, E. P. & Christidis, L. 1999. Phylogeny and biogeography in the evolution of migration: shorebirds of the Charadrius

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Marcel Uhrin, Štefan Danko and Hana Latková

References Bačkor P & Krištín A 2009: Ornitologická bibliografia Národného parku Nízke Tatry [Ornithological bibliography of the Nízke Tatry National Park]. Reussia 5: 65-77. [In Slovak with English abstract] Uhrin M, Danko Š & Latková H 2008: Bibliography on birds of prey and owls in Slovakia. Part 1. Order Accipitriformes, genera Aquila, Hieraaetus & Haliaeetus. Slovak Raptor Journal 2: 119-142. [333] Anonymus 1937: O hnízdění motáka obecného v naší republice [On breeding of

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Marcel Uhrin, Štefan Danko and Hana Latková

Bibliography on birds of prey and owls in Slovakia. Part 1. Order Accipitriformes, genera Aquila, Hieraaetus & Haliaeetus

The aim of the bibliography is to provide a list of publications on raptors and owls of Slovakia. More parts will follow this first one, which is focused on genera Aquila, Hieraaetus and Haliaeetus. In total 332 citations are listed - 172 (51.8 %) scientific and research articles, 106 (31.9 %) popular articles, 3 (0.9 %) qualification papers, 22 (6.6 %) conference abstracts and 29 (8.7 %) reports or other papers. The register of species, objective index and the author register enable better overview.

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G. Kanarek, G. Zaleśny, J. Sitko and A. I. Blanco

/or fungal infections. Several reports of morbidity and mortality of birds, particularly birds of prey and owls caused by infection of Cyathostoma are available (e.g., Hunter et al ., 1993 ; Lavoie et al ., 1999 ; Krone et al ., 2007 ; Vaughan-Higgins et al ., 2013 ). Thus, understanding of all aspects of ecology and taxonomy of these syngamid nematodes has great practical importance for veterinary and conservation reasons in general. Currently, four species of these nematodes have been recorded from birds of prey (Accipitriformes, Falconiformes) and owls

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Marcel Uhrin, Štefan Danko and Hana Latková

] Mošanský A 1 966: Dejiny a súcasný stav ornitologického výskumu a zberatelskej cinnosti na východnom Slovensku [Geschichte und heutiger Stand der ornitologischen Forschung und der Sammlertätigkeit in der Ostslowakei]. Sborník Východoslovenského múzea, zoológia - botanika 6B: 7-25. [In Slovak with German summary] Uhrin M, Danko Š & Latková H 2009: Bibliography on birds of prey and owls in Slovakia. Part 2. Order Accipitriformes, genera Pernis, Milvus, Neophron, Gyps, Aegypius, Circaetus, Circus, Accipiter, Buteo & Pandion. Slovak Raptor Journal 3: 73

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Marcel Uhrin, Štefan Danko and Hana Latková

References Uhrin M, Danko Š & Latková H 2008: Bibliography on birds of prey and owls in Slovakia. Part 1. Order Accipitriformes, genera Aquila, Hieraaetus & Haliaeetus. Slovak Raptor Journal 2: 119-142. Uhrin M, Danko Š & Latková H 2009: Bibliography on birds of prey and owls in Slovakia. Part 2. Order Accipitriformes, genera Pernis, Milvus, Neophron, Gyps, Aegypius, Circaetus, Circus, Accipiter, Buteo & Pandion. Slovak Raptor Journal 3: 73-88. Anonymus (-lek.) 1931: Raroh velký

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Marcel Uhrin, Štefan Danko and Hana Latková

References Uhrin M, Danko Š & Latková H 2008: Bibliography on birds of prey and owls in Slovakia. Part 1. Order Accipitriformes, genera Aquila, Hieraaetus & Haliaeetus . Slovak Raptor Journal 2: 119-142. DOI: 10.2478/v10262-012-0026-2. Uhrin M, Danko Š & Latková H 2009: Bibliography on birds of prey and owls in Slovakia. Part 2. Order Accipitriformes, genera Pernis, Milvus, Neophron, Gyps, Aegypius, Circaetus, Circus, Accipiter, Buteo & Pandion . Slovak Raptor Journal 3: 73-88. DOI: 10.2478/v10262

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I. Mobedi, M. Sehhatisabet, E. Razmjou and S. Shafiei

[1] Anderson, R. C., Chabaud, A. G., Willmott, S. (1989): Keys to the nematode parasites of vertebrates, C.A.B. International Wallingford [2] Baruš, V., Rudkowska, M. (1965): Contribution to the synonymics and geography of tree nematode species parasitic in Corracias garrulus garrulus L. (Aves — Coraciiformes). Čsl. Parasitol., 12: 71–80 [3] Borgsteede, F. H. M., Okulewicz, A., Zoun, E. F., Okulewicz, J. (2003): The helminth fauna of birds of prey (Accipitriformes, Falconiformes and