DISTRIBUTION, STATUS AND VARIATIONS OF THE SILVER GULL LARUS NOVAEHOLLANDIAE STEPHENS, WITH NOTES ON THE LARUS CIRROCEPHALUS SPECIES-GROUPWA Museum Records and Supplements | Updated 8 years agoAbstract Data on distribution, seasonal dispersal, colour of unfeathered parts and plumage stages are given for the Silver Gull (Larus novaehollandiae). Geographic variation within the species is analysed. Three subspecies are recognized, L. n. novaehollandiae Stephens of Australia (including Tasmania), L. n. forsteri (Mathews) of New Caledonia, and L. n. scopulinus Forster of New Zealand. HartIaub's Gull (Larus hartlaubii Bruch) of south-western Africa is treated as a full species. The Larus cirrocephalus species-group comprises four species of grey-headed and white-headed gulls from the Southern Hemisphere, L. cirrocephalus VieiIIot, L. hartlaubii, L. novaehollandiae and L. bulleri Hutton. Author(s) JOHNSTONE, R.E. : Part 2 Page Number 133 DISTRIBUTION, STATUS AND VARIATIONS OF THE SILVER GULL LARUS NOVAEHOLLANDIAE STEPHENS, WITH NOTES ON THE LARUS CIRROCEPHALUS SPE Download 2.42 MB To request an accessible version of this pdf please email firstname.lastname@example.org View the discussion thread.