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Put your references in the the text following the fact each supports using <ref>[url description]</ref>. Then {{reflist}} at the end will automatically generate a numbered list

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Hi, thanks for email. Hi, thanks for message. You can sign your comments automatically using four tildes ~~~~. Please add your messages to the bottom of the talk page, or they may be overlooked. If you post an article it will be assessed as it stands. If you don't want that to happen, you should write it as a draft. I deleted your article because

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  • you gave some references, but they were not in-line so we can't tell what fact each is supporting. Note that references should be in-line so we can tell what fact each is supporting
  • it was written in a promotional tone. Articles must be neutral and encyclopaedic. Examples of unsourced claims presented as fact include:
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It's not the worse I've seen, and if you want to try again, I'll post the deleted text to a user subpage for you to work on, just let me know. I suggest that you look at biographies such as Pamela C. Rasmussen Tesco to get an idea of layout and referencing. You don't have to use the fancy reference templates, just <ref>[url description]</ref> for web refs or <ref>[publication details]</ref> for books etc will do.

If you want to reply, you can do so on my talk page. You can alternatively leave a message on this page, and I will know you have done so if you start it with my user name, User:Jimfbleak and sign it with four tildes ~~~~ when you post it.

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Notes

cladograms- nuthatch, Greater Crested Tern therapod

2 articles
Good article Phedina
Phedina borbonica 1894.jpg
Featured article Brazza's Martin
Featured article Mascarene Martin

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How to add a footnote

NOTE: Footnotes in this article use names, not numbers. Please see Wikipedia:Footnotes for details.
1) Assign your footnote a unique name, for example TheSun_Dec9.
2) Add the macro {{ref|TheSun_Dec9}} to the body of the article, where you want the new footnote.
3) Take note of the name of the footnote that immediately precedes yours in the article body.
4) Add #{{Note|TheSun_Dec9}} to the list, immediately below the footnote you noted in step 3. No need to re-number anything!
5) Multiple footnotes to the same reference: see Wikipedia:Footnotes for a how-to.
NOTE: It is important to add footnotes in the right order in the list!

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Thank you. Jimfbleak - talk to me? 09:44, 20 July 2014 (UTC)

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Бутурлин С. А. 1916. Краткий обзор семейства поползней (Sittidae) // Труды Императорского Петроградского общества естествоиспытателей Том 44 с. 143-178.  S.A. ()  //  Vol. 44. P. 143-178. (in Russian) sakhalinensis, P. 158–159, 170-171. hondoensis P. 160, 171.
  • seorsa Portenko, Leonid Aleksandrovich (1955). "[Detailed descriptions of new passerine birds]". Зоологический институт академии наук СССР (Zoological Institute of the Academy of Sciences of USSR) (in Russian) 18: 497. Портенко Л. А. 1955. Новые подвиды воробьиных птиц (Aves, Passeriformes) // Труды Зоологического института АН СССР, Том 18. Описание новых видов фауны Советского Союза. С. 493-507 Portenko, L. A. (1955). "New subspecies of passreine birds (Aves, Passeriformes)". Proceedings of Zoological Institute of the Academy of Sciences of USSR. Vol. 18. Descriptions of new species from fauna of the Soviet Union. P. 493-507. [This translation of the title is wrong = Detailed descriptions of new passerine birds] seorsa P. 497-498, partiaria for Transbakalian nuthutch P. 498-499.
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  • formosana Buturlin, Sergei Aleksandrovich (1911). Бутурлин С. А. 1911. Интересные находки // Наша Охота, книга 8. с. 51. (in Russian). Buturlin S. A. (1911) Interesting findings // Our Hunt. Book 8, p. 51. I did not see the article but I found it in Bibliography of Birds of Russia. By the way Buturlin (1916) changed this name for taivana for unclear reasons.
  • sakhalinensis, hondoensis Buturlin, Sergei Aleksandrovich (1916). Бутурлин С. А. 1916. Краткий обзор семейства поползней (Sittidae) // Труды Императорского Петроградского общества естествоиспытателей Том 44 с. 143-178. Buturlin S.A. (1916) A short Review of Nuthaches (Fam. Sittidae) // Proceedings of Imperial Naturalist Society of Petrograd Vol. 44. P. 143-178. (in Russian) sakhalinensis, P. 158–159, 170-171. hondoensis P. 160, 171.
  • seorsa Portenko, Leonid Aleksandrovich (1955). "[Detailed descriptions of new passerine birds]". Зоологический институт академии наук СССР (Zoological Institute of the Academy of Sciences of USSR) (in Russian) 18: 497. Портенко Л. А. 1955. Новые подвиды воробьиных птиц (Aves, Passeriformes) // Труды Зоологического института АН СССР, Том 18. Описание новых видов фауны Советского Союза. С. 493-507 Portenko, L. A. (1955). "New subspecies of passreine birds (Aves, Passeriformes)". Proceedings of Zoological Institute of the Academy of Sciences of USSR. Vol. 18. Descriptions of new species from fauna of the Soviet Union. P. 493-507. [This translation of the title is wrong = Detailed descriptions of new passerine birds] seorsa P. 497-498, partiaria for Transbakalian nuthutch P. 498-499.

I did not find article with description of arctica. There is no this issue of the magazine in our libraury? I will check in another libraury. Hunu (talk) 13:30, 1 September 2015 (UTC)


  • arctica Buturlin, Sergei Aleksandrovich (1907). Псовая и ружейная охота (Hounds and Hunting Rifle) (in Russian) 13: 87. I wrote that there is a mistake in the reference, because #13 has another pagination. I found proper referance in Дементьев Г. П. 1937. Воробьиные // Бутурлин С. А., Дементьев Г.П. Полный определитель птиц СССР. Том 4. Москва-Ленинград: КОИЗ С. 160. There: Sitta europaea arctica Бутурлин, Псовая и руж. охота 1907. февр[аль], стр. 87 Верхоянск.
  • arctica Бутурлин С. А. 1907. Интересные находки // Псовая и ружейная охота, № 6 (февраль). С. 86-88. (in Russian). Buturlin S. A. (1907) Interesting findings // Coursing and Hunting. 13 year of edition. #6 (February) P. 86-88. arctica for Yakutian nuthutch P. 87. Hunu (talk) 10:19, 23 September 2015 (UTC)
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