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    indigo-capped hummingbird - Blaukappenamazilie, f - Blaustirnamazilie, f - Indigostirnamazili…

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    indigo-capped hummingbird ornith. - Blaukappenamazilie, f - Blaustirnamazilie, f - Indigostirnamazilie, f - Indigostirnchen, s (Saucerottia cyanifrons Syn. Amazilia cyanifrons)

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    indigo-capped hummingbird     [Vogelkunde] - Blaukappenamazilie, f   (Saucerottia cyanifrons Syn. Amazilia cyanifrons)

    indigo-capped hummingbird     [Vogelkunde] - Blaustirnamazilie, f   (Saucerottia cyanifrons Syn. Amazilia cyanifrons)

    indigo-capped hummingbird     [Vogelkunde] - Indigostirnamazilie, f   (Saucerottia cyanifrons Syn. Amazilia cyanifrons)

    indigo-capped hummingbird     [Vogelkunde] - Indigostirnchen, s   (Saucerottia cyanifrons Syn. Amazilia cyanifrons)





       Amazilia cyanifrons

    (Syn.: Saucerottia cyanifrons)**

       (BOURCIER, 1843)

     ... Vorkommen:   nordwestliches Südamerika (N- und Z-Kolumbien: Norte de Santander, Magdalena-Tal, oberes Cauca-Tal)

    Gesamtlänge:   7 - 10 cm

    Gewicht:   5 g

    Gefährdungsstatus:   LC (nicht gefährdet) ...

     Wissenschaftliche Sammlungen   › Teil-Katalog der wissenschaftlichen Sammlungen   Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

     ...   Amazilia cyanifrons

    1. Indigostirnamazilie (Deutsch) 2. Indigo-capped Hummingbird (English)

    › Lebewesen › Tier › Chordata [1. Chordatiere (Deutsch)] › Vertebrata [1. Wirbeltiere (Deutsch)] › Aves [1. Vögel (Deutsch)] › Apodiformes [1. Segler (Deutsch)] › Trochilidae [1. Kolibris (Deutsch)] › Amazilia cyanifrons [1. Indigostirnamazilie (Deutsch) 2. Indigo-capped Hummingbird (English)] ...

     …  4534.   Trochilidae   – ᴅɪᴇ Koibris

    5398.   Amazilia [sensu lato] – ᴅɪᴇ Amazilia-Kolibris

    5399.   Saucerottia – namenlos

     ... 5422.   Saucerottia edward or Amazilia edward  – ᴅɪᴇ Edwardamazilie

     ... 5427.   Saucerottia saucerrottei or Amazilia saucerrottei – ᴅɪᴇ stahlgrüne Amazilie, ᴅɪᴇ Stahlgrünamazilie, ᴅɪᴇ Stahlamazilie

     ... 5431.   Saucerottia cyanifrons or Amazilia cyanifrons  [sensu lato] – ᴅɪᴇ Blaukappenamazilie, ᴅɪᴇ Blaustirnamazilie, ᴅɪᴇ Indigostirnamazilie, ᴅᴀs Indigostirnchen

    5432.   Saucerottia cyanifrons cyanifrons or Amazilia cyanifrons cyanifrons or Saucerottia cyanifrons or Amazilia cyanifrons [sensu stricto] – ᴅɪᴇ Blaukappenamazilie

    5433.   Saucerottia cyanifrons alfaroana or Amazilia cyanifrons alfaroana or Saucerottia alfaroana or Amazilia alfaroana – ᴅᴇʀ Alfaros Kolibri

    5434.   Saucerottia castaneiventris or Amazilia castaneiventris – ᴅɪᴇBraunbauchamazilie ...

    Deutsche Namen der Vögel der Erde ...

     ... Segler  

     Kolibris         Familie         Trochilidae      Hummingbirds   

     . .. Hondurasamazilie   Amazilia luciae      Honduran Emerald         MA

    Grünamazilie      Amazilia saucerottei   Steely-vented Hummingbird      SA

    Blaukappenamazilie   Amazilia cyanifrons      Indigo-capped Hummingbird      SA

    Edwardamazilie      Amazilia edward      Snowy-bellied Hummingbird      MA

    Beryllamazilie      Amazilia beryllina      Berylline Hummingbird      MA

    Blauschwanzamazilie   Amazilia cyanura      Blue-tailed Hummingbird      MA ...

    Ringverzeichnis - Exotis - Yumpu

    cupreicauda B X X. Kupferschwanzamazillie Amazilia chionopectus B X X. Indigostirnchen. Amazilia (Saucerottia). cyanifrons B X X ...

    Alle Vögel der Welt: Die komplette Checkliste aller Arten ...

    fotolulu • 2021 • ‎Science

    ... 1988 Saucerottia cyanifrons Blaukappenamazilie □ Indigo-capped Hummingbird Kolumbien Bourcier, 1843 Saucerottia viridigaster Grünbauchamazilie ...


    Wissenschaftlicher Name : Amazilia cyanifrons

    Andere Namen: Català: Maragda de casc blau , English: Indigo-capped Hummingbird , Español: Amazilia Capiazul , Français: Ariane à front bleu , Nederlands: Blauwkapamazilia , Русский: Индиговая амазилия , Svenska: Indigokronad smaragd ...


    Saucerottia cyanifrons (Bourcier, 1843)

     ... Deutsch: Blaukappenamazilie, Indigostirnamazilie, ..., Indigostirnchen ...

     ... wissenschaftlich: Amazilia cyanifrons, Amazilia cyanifrons cyanifrons, Saucerottia cyanifrons, Trochilus cyanifrons ...

     Die Blaukappenamazilie (Saucerottia cyanifrons), auch Blaustirnamazilie, Indigostirnamazilie bzw. Indigostirnchen, ist eine Vogelart aus der Familie der Kolibris (Trochilidae). Die Art ist endemisch in Kolumbien. Der Bestand wird von der IUCN als nicht gefährdet (Least Concern) eingeschätzt.


    Die Blaukappenamazilie erreicht eine Körperlänge von etwa 9,1 cm, wobei der gerade Schnabel 1,8 cm lang ist. Der Unterschnabel ist überwiegend rot. Der Oberkopf des Männchens ist indigoblau, der Rest der Oberseite schimmert grün, geht aber am Bürzel in kupferbronzene Färbung über. Die gesamte Unterseite glitzert grün. An den Beinen hat sie kleine weiße Büschel. Der blau-schwarze Schwanz ist leicht gegabelt. Die Färbung der Weibchen wirkt etwas trüber.[1] ...

     ... Taxonomy in detail

     Scientific name   Amazilia cyanifrons

    Authority      (Bourcier, 1843)


    Common names

    English      Indigo-capped Hummingbird

    Taxonomic sources   HBW and BirdLife International. 2017. Taxonomic checklist of the birds of the world. V2.0.

    Kirwan, G. M. & Collar, N. J. C. 2016. The ‘foremost ornithological mystery of Costa Rica’: Amazilia alfaroana Underwood, 1896. Zootaxa 4189(2): 244-250. ...

     .... Indigo-capped Hummingbird Saucerottia cyanifrons

    LC Least Concern

     ... Medium-sized hummingbird with restricted range in central Colombia. Distinctive: all green with a contrasting blue crown, white leg puffs, and reddish lower mandible. Occurs in the middle to upper levels of forests, edges, and shrubby gardens from around 1,000 to 2,000 m. Visits feeders. ...

     ... Indigo-capped Hummingbird (Saucerottia cyanifrons)

     ... The Indigo-capped Hummingbirds are a hummingbird species with an extremely restricted range. You can find these hummers only within Colombo. Earlier, they were placed on the Threatened Species list by the IUCN and were taken off it in 2013.

    The natural habitats of Indigo-capped Hummingbirds are subtropical or tropical moist lowland or montane forests, shrubby gardens, and decaying forests.

    As their name suggests, these hummingbirds have a distinguishing indigo cap resting upon their head, with an olive-green body and a brownish back. There is rarely any visual difference between the sexes. ...


    Order Apodiformes   Family Trochilidae

    Hummingbirds are restricted to the Americas from southern Alaska to Tierra del Fuego, including the Caribbean. The majority of species occur in tropical and subtropical Central and South America. Hummingbirds are are among the smallest of birds. ...

     ... Genus Amazilia

    The Emeralds are found in: Amazilia, Chlorostilbon, Elvira. Amazilia are medium sized hummingbirds with more or less straight bills which are red basally, at least on the mandible. ....

    ... Hummingbird,_Indigo-capped Amazilia cyanifrons

    Found: Columbia

    The Indigo-capped Hummingbird has vibrant blue crown; bronzy rump. ...

     Saucerottia cyanifrons (Bourcier, 1843)

     ...  Taxonomy and Nomenclature           

        Kingdom:   Animalia   

        Taxonomic Rank:   Species   

        Synonym(s):   Amazilia cyanifrons (Bourcier, 1843)

                   Amazilia alfaroana Underwood, 1896

                   Trochilus cyanifrons Bourcier, 1843

        Common Name(s):   Indigo-capped Hummingbird [English]    

        Taxonomic Status:       Current Standing:   valid            

        Data Quality Indicators:   Record Credibility Rating:   verified - standards met ...


     The indigo-capped hummingbird (Saucerottia cyanifrons) is a species of hummingbird in the family Trochilidae.

    It is currently found only in Colombia.


    This species was formerly placed in the genus Amazilia. A molecular phylogenetic study published in 2014 found that the genus Amazilia was polyphyletic.[3] In the revised classification to create monophyletic genera, the indigo-capped hummingbird was moved to the resurrected genus Saucerottia.[4][5]


    The indigo-capped hummingbird has an indigo cap. Its body is emerald green and its back is dark brown. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forest, subtropical or tropical moist montane forest, and heavily degraded former forest. ..  

    Authorno me bré (700807)  27 Jun 22, 17:45
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