Seventy years ago, a deadly battle took place in the Micronesian Sea.
It is noteworthy that the Micronesian islands are small compared with the Solomons, Fijis, and others.
It seemingly has no close relatives in the Micronesian area.
The Micronesian domestic arts also, such as dyeing and weaving, are in advance of the Polynesians.
The Micronesian islands were first explored and colonized by a a people who came from Malaysia.
After the voyage of Magellan, other seafarers, mostly in the service of Spain, visited the Micronesian islands.
These data give an idea of the lack of variety of species that may be observed on Micronesian islands.
This wood-swallow is the only Micronesian representative of Artamus leucorhynchus.
Such Micronesian forms as Metabolus and Cleptornis could conceivably have been derived in such a manner.
Up to that time the Micronesian birds were considered to belong to the genus Lalage.