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    Puerto Rican emerald ornith. - Puerto-Rico-Smaragdkolibri, m (Riccordia maugaeus Syn. Chlorostilbon maugaeus)

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    https://www.sammlungen.hu-berlin.de/objekte/s...

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

     ...  Chlorostilbon maugaeus

    1. Puerto-Rico-Kolibri (Deutsch) 2. Puerto Rican Emerald (English)

    › Lebewesen › Tier › Chordata [1. Chordatiere (Deutsch)] › Vertebrata [1. Wirbeltiere (Deutsch)] › Aves [1. Vögel (Deutsch)] › Apodiformes [1. Segler (Deutsch)] › Trochilidae [1. Kolibris (Deutsch)] › Chlorostilbon maugaeus [1. Puerto-Rico-Kolibri (Deutsch) 2. Puerto Rican Emerald (English)]  ...


    https://ebird.org/species/pureme1?siteLanguage=de

         Caprimulgiformes        Trochilidae

     Puerto-Rico-Smaragdkolibri

    Riccordia maugaeus ...

    ... The Cornell Lab of Ornitology

    Umfassende Darstellung aller Vogelarten und -familien. ...


    https://pure.mpg.de/rest/items/item_3365829/c...

     Die Vögel der Erde

    – Arten, Unterarten, Verbreitung und deutsche Namen ...

     ... Deutsche Ornithologen-Gesellschaft, ...

     ... Hispaniolasmaragdkolibri      Chlorostilbon swainsonii (Lesson, R, 1829) NA: Hispaniola Hispaniolan Emerald

    Puerto-Rico-Smaragdkolibri      Chlorostilbon maugaeus (Audebert & Vieillot, 1801) NA: Puerto Rico Puerto Rican Emerald

    Bronzeschwanz-Smaragdkolibri   Chlorostilbon russatus (Salvin & Godman, 1881) SA: ne Kolumbien, nw Venezuela Coppery Emerald

    Schmalschwanz-Smaragdkolibri   Chlorostilbon stenurus (Cabanis & Heine, 1860) SA: Venezuela, Kolumbien, ne Ecuador Narrow-tailed Emerald

    C. s. stenurus (Cabanis & Heine, 1860) ne Kolumbien, Trujillo, Mérida, Táchira (nw Venezuela) und ne Ecuador  ...


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

    https://books.google.de/books?id=en4UEAAAQBAJ...

    fotolulu • 2021 • ‎Science

    ... 1829 Chlorostilbon assimilis Garten-Smaragdkolibri □ Garden Emerald SW Costa Rica, Panama Lawrence, 1861 Riccordia maugaeus Puerto-Rico-Smaragdkolibri ...


    https://www.academia.edu/37628294/German_Bird...

     ...  4534.   Trochilidae   – ᴅɪᴇ Koibris

     … 5258.   Chlorostilbon – ᴅɪᴇ Smaragdkolibris

     ... 5261.   Cynanthus elegans or Chlorostilbon elegans – ᴅᴇʀ Gouldsmaragdkolibri

    5262.   Cynanthus swainsonii or Chlorostilbon swainsonii – ᴅᴇʀ Hispaniola-Smaragdkolibri

    5263.   Cynanthus maugaeus or Chlorostilbon maugaeus – ᴅᴇʀ Puerto-Rico-Smaragdkolibri

    5264.   Cynanthus russatus or Chlorostilbon russatus – ᴅᴇʀ Bronzeschwanz-Smaragdkolibri, ᴅᴇʀ Bronzekolibri

    5265.   Cynanthus latirostris – ᴅᴇʀ Blaukehl-Breitschnabelkolibri, ᴅᴇʀ Breitschnabelkolibri

     ... 5270.   Cynanthus latirostris lawrencei or Cynanthus lawrencei – ᴅᴇʀ Tres Marias-Breitschnabelkolibri   ...


    https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puerto-Rico-Sma...

     Der Puerto-Rico-Smaragdkolibri (Riccordia maugaeus, früher Chlorostilbon maugaeus) ist eine Vogelart aus der Familie der Kolibris (Trochilidae), die in Puerto Rico endemisch ist. Der Bestand wird von der IUCN als nicht gefährdet (Least Concern) eingeschätzt. Die Art gilt als monotypisch.[1]

     ... Etymologie und Forschungsgeschichte

    Die Erstbeschreibung des Puerto-Rico-Smaragdkolibris erfolgte 1801 durch Jean Baptiste Audebert und Louis Pierre Vieillot unter dem wissenschaftlichen Namen Trochilus Maugaeus. Das Typusexemplars stammte aus Costa Rica und wurde von René Maugé (1757–1802) gesammelt.[3] Es war John Gould, der 1853 die neue Gattung Chlorostilbon einführte.[4] Erst später wurde der Puerto-Rico-Smaragdkolibri dieser Gattung zugeordnet. »Chlorostilbon« setzt sich aus den griechischen Worten »chlōros χλωρός« für »grün« und »stilbōn στίλβων« für »scheinend« zusammen. Die Griechen gaben dem Merkur den Beinamen Stilbōn was auf das Verb »stilb« für »blinken« zurückzuführen ist.[5] Der Artname »maugaeus« ist dem Mann gewidmet, der das Typusexemplar gesammelt hatte.[3] ...


    https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/22687339/...

     ... Taxonomy in detail

    Scientific name   Chlorostilbon maugaeus

    Authority      (Audebert & Vieillot, 1801)

    Synonyms

    Common names

    English      Puerto Rican Emerald

    Taxonomic sources   del Hoyo, J., Collar, N.J., Christie, D.A., Elliott, A. and Fishpool, L.D.C. 2014. HBW and BirdLife International Illustrated Checklist of the Birds of the World. Volume 1: Non-passerines. Lynx Edicions BirdLife International, Barcelona, Spain and Cambridge, UK. ...


    https://www.srs.fs.usda.gov/pubs/gtr/gtr_iitf...

     ... Zumbadorcito de Puerto Rico

    Riccordia maugaeus

     ... Distribution and Habitat   The Puerto Rican Emerald is a hummingbird endemic to Puerto Rico and relatively common in most of the main island, except on the east coast, Culebra, and Vieques (Oberle 2018). It is absent from satellite islands except Vieques where it was first documented in 2003 and is considered a rare visitor (Gemmill 2015). This hummingbird occurs in mountain forests, shade coffee plantations, lowland wooded areas including dry coastal habitats, mangroves, and gardens (Gemmill 2015, Oberle 2018, Raffaele and others 1998). The atlas fieldwork yielded a total of 200 records within 137 hexagons or 29 percent of the 479 total hexagons (see map). ...


    https://science.ebird.org/en/use-ebird-data/t...

     2021 eBird Taxonomy Update

     ... This year’s update is v2021 of the eBird/Clements Checklist. The eBird/Clements Checklist is an integrated global taxonomy for the birds of the world, including all species and subspecies, as well as additional taxa useful to field birders to report in eBird. The list of species available in eBird is the eBird Taxonomy (v2021) and includes all species, subspecies groups (which we call identifiable sub-specific forms or ISSF), hybrids, intergrades, spuhs (e.g., scoter sp.), slashes (e.g., Short-billed/Long-billed Dowitcher), domestics, and forms. ...

     ... Hispaniolan Emerald: Chlorostilbon swainsonii –> Riccordia swainsonii

    Puerto Rican Emerald: Chlorostilbon maugaeus –> Riccordia maugaeus

    Blue-headed Hummingbird: Cyanophaia bicolor –> Riccordia bicolor ...


    http://checklist.americanornithology.org/taxa...

    American Ornithological Society

    The AOS Checklist of North and Middle American Birds

     Aves > Apodiformes > Trochilidae > Trochilinae > Riccordia > Riccordia maugaeus

    species: Riccordia maugaeus (Puerto Rican Emerald, Émeraude de Porto Rico)

    Compare AOU treatments of Riccordia maugaeus, in Avibase (1886 to present).

     ... Annotation: Formerly placed in the genus Chlorostilbon. Monotypic. ...


    https://www.itis.gov/servlet/SingleRpt/Single...

     Riccordia maugaeus (Audebert & Vieillot, 1801)

     ...  Taxonomy and Nomenclature           

        Kingdom:   Animalia   

        Taxonomic Rank:   Species   

        Synonym(s):   Chlorostilbon maugaeus (Audebert & Vieillot, 1801)

                    Trochilus maugaeus Audebert & Vieillot, 1801

        Common Name(s):   Puerto Rican Emerald [English]       

        Taxonomic Status:       

        Current Standing:   valid        

        Data Quality Indicators:       

        Record Credibility Rating:   verified - standards met ...


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puerto_Rican_emerald

     The Puerto Rican emerald (Riccordia maugeaus), or zumbadorcito de Puerto Rico in Spanish, is species of hummingbird in the "emeralds", tribe Trochilini of subfamily Trochilinae. It is endemic to Puerto Rico.[4][3][5]

     Taxonomy and systematics

    The Puerto Rican emerald was formerly placed in the genus Chlorostilbon. Based on a molecular phylogenetic study published in 2014 and a 2017 publication, the North American Classification Committee of the American Ornithological Society, the International Ornithological Committee (IOC), and the Clements taxonomy moved it to the resurrected genus Riccordia.[6][7][8][4][9] However, as of 2020 BirdLife International's Handbook of the Birds of the World (HBW) retained it in Chlorostilbon.[3]

    Description

    Male Puerto Rican emeralds are 8.5 to 9.5 cm (3.3 to 3.7 in) long and females 7.5 to 8.5 cm (3.0 to 3.3 in). The species weighs between 3.4 and 3.8 g (0.12 and 0.13 oz). Both sexes have a small white spot behind the eye. Males have a short straight bill with black-tipped red mandible and a black maxilla. Its forehead and crown are iridescent green; the rest of its upperparts are dark shining metallic green. Its gorget is iridescent bluish green and the rest of its underparts are shining green ...

     ... Synonyms

    "Chlorostilbon maugaeus"[3] ...


    Authorno me bré (700807)  13 Aug 22, 11:37
     
     
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