An undescribed New World warbler (Aves, Parulidae) in the mountains of Cuba?
In March 2016, a pair of New World warblers (Parulidae) evidently belonging to an undescribed species were observed in the mountains of eastern Cuba. We discuss the observed features of the birds and their possible systematic affinities.
Keywords: new species, bird, new species, Oriente, Pico Turquino National Park, West Indies.
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