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    rufous-throated sapphire (Hylocharis sapphirina syn. Amazilia sapphirina) ornith. - saphir à gorge rousse, m - ariane à gorge rousse, f (Hylocharis sapphirina syn. Amazilia sapphirina)


     ... Taxonomy in detail

    Scientific name   Amazilia sapphirina

    Authority      (Gmelin, 1788)

    Synonyms      Hylocharis sapphirina (Gmelin, 1788)

    Common names

    English      Rufous-throated Hummingbird

    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. ...

     Rufous-throated Sapphire (Hylocharis sapphirina)

    Order: Apodiformes | Family: Trochilidae | IUCN Status: Least Concern

     ... Identification & Behavior: ~9 cm (3.5 in). The male Rufous-throated Sapphire is mostly green with a rufous chin and violet throat and breast. The bill is coral red with a black tip. The female has a similar color scheme but the violet and green on the underparts has a speckled quality to them and has a pale center of the belly. The bill is red and grades to black towards the tip. The tail in both sexes is coppery with more saturated colors in the male. The Rufous-throated Sapphire is superficially similar to the Golden-tailed Sapphire but is distinguished by having a coral red bill and rufous throat. Also, see White-chinned Sapphire. ...

     Rufous-throated Sapphire Hylocharis sapphirina

    Described by: Gmelin; J. F. (1788)

    Alternate common name(s): None known by website authors

    Old scientific name(s): None known by website authors

     ... Range      Tropical South America e. of the Andes;

    Two widely separated populations;   E. Colombia, s. Venezuela, Guyana, Surinam, Guiana s. in e. Ecuador and ne. Peru. Amazonian and se. Brazil (Bahia (Chapada Diamantina)) to ne. Bolivia, Paraguay and ne. Argentina. ...

     Rufous-throated Hummingbird

    Amazilia sapphirina (Gmelin, 1788)

    Picaflor Cola Castaña


    Family: Trochilidae

    Order: Caprimulgiformes

    Class: Aves

    Phylum / Division: Chordata

    Kingdom: Animalia

     ... Other Scientific Names: Hylocharis sapphirina. ...

     Rufous-throated Hummingbird Amazilia sapphirina

    (aka Rufous-throated Sapphire Hylocharis sapphirina)

    Brazilian name: beija-flor-safiraVeracel Reserve, Porto Seguro, Bahia, Brazil

    November 2008

    The Rufous-throated Hummingbird is distributed in a large part of the Amazon Basin with a disjunct population in central and eastern Brazil and adjacent areas of Argentina. See the distribution map at xeno-canto.

    Previously regarded as having two sub-species it is now thought to be monotypic.

    It is found mainly at forest edges and in grassland with trees.

    The male has a violet-blue throat and chest with a bright rufous chin. The bill is straight and red with a black tip. ...

     The rufous-throated sapphire (Hylocharis sapphirina) is a species of hummingbird in the family Trochilidae. It is found at forest edge, savanna-like habitats and plantations in northern and central South America.


    The rufous-throated sapphire was formally described in 1788 by the German naturalist Johann Friedrich Gmelin in his revised and expanded edition of Carl Linnaeus's Systema Naturae. He placed it with all the other hummingbirds in the genus Trochilus and coined the binomial name Trochilus sapphirinus. He gave the type locality as Guiana.[3] Gmelin based his description on "Le saphir" that had been described in 1779 by the French polymath Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon and the "Sapphir humming-bird" that had been described in 1781 by the English ornithologist John Latham.[4][5] The rufous-throated sapphire is now placed with the gilded sapphire in the genus Hylocharis that was introduced in 1831 by the German naturalist Friedrich Boie.[6][7] The genus name combines the Ancient Greek hulē meaning "woodland" or "forest" with kharis meaning "beauty". The specific epithet is from Latin sapphirinus meaning "sapphirine" or "of sapphire".[8] The species is monotypic: no subspecies are recognised.[7] ...

     Le Saphir à gorge rousse ou l'Ariane à gorge rousse (Hylocharis sapphirina, aussi Amazilia sapphirina) est une espèce de colibris de la sous-famille des Trochilinae. D'après Alan P. Peterson, c'est une espèce monotypique.


    Ses habitats sont les forêts tropicales et subtropicales humides de basses et hautes altitudes, les savanes sèches mais aussi les anciennes forêts lourdement dégradées et les champs.


    Le Saphir à gorge rousse est présent dans tous les pays d'Amérique du Sud, sauf le Chili et l'Uruguay ...

     Saphir à gorge rousse ou Ariane à gorge rousse

    Hylocharis sapphirina - Rufous-throated Sapphire

    Description identification

    Saphir à gorge rousse (Hylocharis sapphirina) est un oiseau qui appartient à la famille des Trochilidés.

     ... Habitat

    Forêt : humide de plaine, montagneuse humide ; Savane : sèche ; Zones artificielles terrestres : plantations, ancienne forêt

     ...  Descripteur   Gmelin, JF, 1788

    Biométrie         Taille   : 10 cm ...

     ... Français

    Domaine(s)      Oiseaux

    Entrée(s) universelle(s)   Hylocharis sapphirina   latin

       saphir à gorge rousse

       correct, nom masculin, uniformisé

    OBS   Oiseau de la famille des Trochilidae.

    OBS   saphir à gorge rousse : nom français uniformisé par la Commission internationale des noms français des oiseaux. ...

     Saphir à gorge rousse

    Apodiformes > Trochilidae > Hylocharis sapphirina*         (Gmelin, 1788)

    Rufous-throated Sapphire (en) ;Rotkehlsaphir (de) ;Zaffiro golarossiccia (it) ;Amazilia gorjirroja (es)

    Note : ou Amazilia sapphirina, ; aussi Rotkehl-Saphirkolibri (de) ; Ariane à gorge rousse, Rufous-throated Hummingbird (en).

     ... Répartition : De l'est de la Colombie jusqu'aux Guyanes, sud du Venezuela, sud-est du Brésil et nord-est de l'Argentine.

    Habitat : Forêt tropicale et subtropicale humide de plaine ou de montagne ; zones de plantations ou forêts tropicales et subtropicales fortement dégradées ; savane sèche.

     ... Région : Amérique ( 11 pays afficher/cacher )

    Statut :     Non-critique, tendance incertaine ...

     ... Famille Trochilidae

    Ariane de Lesson Amazilia amazilia

    Ariane à gorge rousse Amazilia sapphirina

    Émeraude de Ricord Chlorostilbon ricordii

    Colibri rubis-topaze Chrysolampis mosquitus

    Colibri anaïs Colibri coruscans ...


     Saphir à gorge rousse, Ariane à gorge rousse (Français)

    Hylocharis sapphirina (Gmelin, 1788)

     ... Domaines et territoires

    continental   Outre-mer

    Statuts d'évaluation, de protection et de menace

    évaluée   protégée

     ... Liste rouge nationale   Guyane française   présent ...

     Saphir à gorge rousse

    Hylocharis sapphirina (Gmelin, JF, 1788)

     ... Ordre:       Apodiformes

    Famille:       Trochilidae

    Genre:        Hylocharis

    scientifique:    Hylocharis sapphirina

     ... Citation:    (Gmelin, JF, 1788) ...

     ... français:   Ariane à gorge rousse, Saphir à gorge rousse ...

     ... scientifique:   Amazilia sapphirina, Hylocharis brasiliensis, Hylocharis Guianensis, Hylocharis sapphirina, Trochilus sapphirinus ...

    Author no me bré (700807) 04 Oct 22, 20:16
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