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    Papuan spine-tailed swift - Papuan needletail - Papua spinetail - New Guinea spine-tailed swift ornith. - Papuasegler, m (Mearnsia novaeguineae)

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    Papuan spine-tailed swift     [Vogelkunde] - Papuasegler, m (Mearnsia novaeguineae)

    Papuan needletail     [Vogelkunde] - Papuasegler, m (Mearnsia novaeguineae)

    Papua spinetail     [Vogelkunde] - Papuasegler, m (Mearnsia novaeguineae)

    New Guinea spine-tailed swift     [Vogelkunde] - Papuasegler, m (Mearnsia novaeguineae)





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

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

     ... Mearnsia novaeguineae

    1. Papuasegler (Deutsch) 2. New Guinea Spinetailed Swift (English)

    › Lebewesen › Tier › Chordata [1. Chordatiere (Deutsch)] › Vertebrata [1. Wirbeltiere (Deutsch)] › Aves [1. Vögel (Deutsch)] › Apodiformes [1. Segler (Deutsch)] › Apodidae [1. Segler(artige) (Deutsch)] › Mearnsia novaeguineae [1. Papuasegler (Deutsch) 2. New Guinea Spinetailed Swift (English)]   ...


    https://www.zobodat.at/pdf/Vogelwarte_58_2020...

    Deutsche Namen der Vögel der Erde ...

     ... Segler         Familie Apodidae         Swifts 113

     ...  Papuasalangane   Aerodramus papuensis      Three-toed Swiftlet      AU

    Maussegler      Schoutedenapus myoptilus      Scarce Swift      AF

    Philippinensegler      Mearnsia picina Philippine      Spine-tailed Swift      OR

    Papuasegler      Mearnsia novaeguineae      Papuan Spine-tailed Swift   AU

    Malegassensegler      Zoonavena grandidieri      Madagascan Spinetail   AF

    Sao-Tomé-Segler      Zoonavena thomensis      Sao Tome Spinetail      AF ...


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

     Die Vögel der Erde

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

     ... Deutsche Ornithologen-Gesellschaft, ...

    ... Segler 113 Familie Apodidae Swifts

     ... Papuasalangane Aerodramus papuensis (Rand, 1941) AU: Neuguinea Three-toed Swiftlet

    Maussegler Schoutedenapus myoptilus (Salvadori, 1888) AF: e, ez Scarce Swift

     ... Philippinensegler Mearnsia picina (Tweeddale, 1879) OR: s Philippinen Philippine Spine-tailed Swift

    Papuasegler Mearnsia novaeguineae (D'Albertis & Salvadori, 1879) AU: Neuguinea Papuan Spine-tailed Swift

     ... Malegassensegler Zoonavena grandidieri (Verreaux, J, 1867) AF: Madagaskar Madagascan Spinetail

     ... Sao-Tomé-Segler Zoonavena thomensis (Hartert, 1900) AF: São Tomé, Príncipe Sao Tome Spinetail ...


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

     ... 4170.   Apodidae, Cypselidae, Micropodidae – ᴅɪᴇ Segler

     … 4343.   Chaeturini – ᴅɪᴇ Stachelschwanzsegler

    4344.   Mearnsia – namenlos

    4345.   Mearnsia picina – ᴅᴇʀ Philippinensegler

    4346.   Mearnsia novaeguineae – ᴅᴇʀ Papuasegler

     ... 4349.   Zoonavena – ᴅɪᴇ Malegassensegler 

     4350.   Zoonavena grandidieri – ᴅᴇʀ Malegassensegler

    4353.   Zoonavena thomensis – ᴅᴇʀ Sao-Tomé-Segler  ... 


    https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mearnsia

     Mearnsia ist eine kleine Vogelgattung in der Familie der Segler (Apodidae). Bei den beiden Vertretern der Gattung handelt es sich um mittelgroße Segler mit einem stark glänzenden Gefieder. Beide Arten sind Endemiten, der Philippinensegler kommt nur auf den südöstlichen Inseln der Philippinen vor, der Papuasegler nur auf Neuguinea.[1]

    Merkmale         Es handelt sich um Segler mittlerer Größe mit einer Körperlänge von ungefähr 14 (Philippinensegler) bzw. 11,5 Zentimetern (Papuasegler). Beide Arten der Gattung weisen ein stark glänzendes Gefieder auf, das des Papuaseglers ist nahezu vollständig schwarz bis auf den stark kontrastierenden hellen Kehlfleck und einen weißen Bereich an den Deckfedern der Flügelunterseite. Der Philippinensegler ist schwarzglänzend, nur die Unterseite ist nahezu vollständig weiß.

    Bei beiden Arten ragen die Federkiele der Steuerfedern als „Schwanzdornen“ über die Fahnen hinaus, was typisch für die Vertreter der Tribus Chaeturini ist. Diese Dornen sind aber im Vergleich zu anderem Arten relativ dünn und mit nur etwa einem Millimeter Länge kürzer als bei allen anderen Arten dieser Tribus.

    Systematik      Zunächst wurden die Arten dieser Gattung von den meisten Autoren der Gattung Chaetura zugeschlagen. David Lack unterstützte jedoch 1956 die Abtrennung des Philippinen- und des Papuaseglers in eine eigene Gattung und dieser Standpunkt wurde von späteren Autoren verifiziert und akzeptiert.[2]

    Die folgenden Arten werden der Gattung zugerechnet:

       Philippinensegler (Mearnsia picina)

       Papuasegler (Mearnsia novaeguineae)   ...


    https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/22686634/...

     ... Taxonomy in detail

    Scientific name   Mearnsia novaeguineae

    Authority      (D'Albertis & Salvadori, 1879)

    Synonyms

    Common names

    English      Papuan Spinetail, Papuan Spine-tailed Swift

    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.

    Christidis, L. and Boles, W.E. 2008. Systematics and Taxonomy of Australian Birds. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Australia.   ...


    https://nhpbs.org/wild/apodidae.asp

     Apodidae- Swifts

     The Apodidae family includes the swifts. Swifts have forked tails and their wings have a boomerang shape when they are outstretched.

    Swifts spend most of their time in the air and cannot perch because their feet are so tiny! They use their tail feathers to help them land and move around on land. Swifts have short bills and are usually dull in color.

    Swifts often nest in caves or on cliffs. There are 102 species of swifts. Swift species are found everywhere, except for Antarctica. ...

     ... White-throated Needletail - Hirundapus caudacutus Least Concern Asia Australia

    Waterfall Swift - Hydrochous gigas Near Threatened Asia

    Papuan Needletail - Mearnsia novaeguineae Least Concern Asia Australia

    Philippine Needletail - Mearnsia picina Near Threatened Asia

    Bat-like Spinetail - Neafrapus boehmi Least Concern Africa

    Cassin's Spinetail - Neafrapus cassini Least Concern Africa ...


    https://academickids.com/encyclopedia/index.p...

       The swifts are the most aerial of birds and some, like the Common Swift, even sleep and mate on the wing.

    One group, the Swiftlets or Cave Swiftlets have even developed a form of echolocation for navigating through dark cave systems where they roost.

    They are superficially similar to swallows but are completely unrelated to those passerine species, since swifts are in the separate order Apodiformes, which they formerly shared with the hummingbirds. ...

     ... Tribe Chaeturini - needletails

       Philippine Spinetail, Mearnsia picina

       Papuan Spinetail, Mearnsia novaeguineae

       Malagasy Spinetail, Zoonavena grandidieri

       Sao Tome Spinetail, Zoonavena thomensis

       White-rumped Needletail, Zoonavena sylvatica ...


    https://carolinabirds.org/HTML/Swift.htm

     SWIFTs

    Order Apodiformes   Family Apodidae

     The swifts are a family, Apodidae, of highly aerial birds. They are superficially similar to swallows, but are actually not closely related to passerine species at all. Swifts are in the separate order Apodiformes, which they share with hummingbirds. The treeswifts are closely related to the true swifts, but form a separate family, the Hemiprocnidae. Swifts use their short legs only for clinging onto vertical surfaces or wires, and never land on the ground voluntarily.Because of this, and also because they usually fly fast and sledom alight, they are difficult to photograph. Often the best way to identify a swift is by where it is found. ...

    ... Genus Aerodramus

    These small swifts nest in caves. Unique among swifts, they use echolocation which enables them to navigate in caves. Because saliva is used to make the nests, some people consider them edible. ...

     ... Genus Mearnsia

    Swift,_Papuan_Spine-tailed Mearnsia novaeguineae   

    Found: New Guinea

    The Papuan Spine-tailed Swift has glossy blue-black upperparts, head, under-wing; white or whitish belly. ...


    https://www.ecoregistros.org/ficha/Mearnsia-n...

     Papuan Spinetail

    Mearnsia novaeguineae (D´Albertis & Salvadori, 1879)

    Vencejo Papú

    Family: Apodidae

    Order: Caprimulgiformes

    Class: Aves

    Phylum / Division: Chordata

    Kingdom: Animalia ...


    https://www.ngbinatang.com/mtwilhelm/wp-conte...

     ... Insectivorous birds that were caught only in ground-to-canopy mist nets were canopy dwelling cuckoos (Cuculidae, 7 species), other birds preferring higher strata (Carterornis chrysomela, Dicrurus bracteatus, Gerygone palpebrosa, Microeca flavovirescens, Peltops blainvillii) and aerial species such as Papuan Spinetail (Mearnsia novaeguineae). The proportion of omnivorous birds was similar in both ground-to-canopy and ground mist nets. Omnivorous birds that were not captured by ground mist nets were mainly parrots ...


    http://birdsofmelanesia.net/indonesia8/senapa...

     Senapang Is. Bird Checklist

    Off Salawati Island, West Papua. Indonesia.

     ... 24. Palm Cockatoo Probosciger aterrimus Res 6 obs 12.9.2004, 3,

    25. Papuan Needletail Mearnsia novaeguineae Res? 20+ obs 2.8.2009, 4,

    26. Rufous-bellied Kookaburra Dacelo gaudichaud Res Obs 20.7.2011, 2, ...


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

     Mearnsia novaeguineae (D'Albertis & Salvadori, 1879)

     ...  Taxonomy and Nomenclature           

        Kingdom:   Animalia   

        Taxonomic Rank:   Species   

        Synonym(s):   Chaetura novaeguineae D'Albertis & Salvadori, 1879

        Common Name(s):   Papuan Spine-tailed Swift [English]    

        Taxonomic Status:       Current Standing:   valid          

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


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Papuan_spine-ta...

     The Papuan spine-tailed swift (Mearnsia novaeguineae), also known as the Papuan needletail, New Guinea spine-tailed swift or Papua spinetail, is a small (11.5 cm in length), stocky swift with a short, rounded tail and very fast flight. Head and upperparts glossy blue-black, white or whitish belly and undertail coverts, dark underwing with pale central stripe. The small spines at the end of the tail are not visible in flight.

     Distribution   Endemic to New Guinea where it is widespread in the lowlands and hills up to 550 m. It has been recorded from Boigu Island, Queensland, Australian territory in north-western Torres Strait.

    Habitat      Forest edges, gardens and cleared areas with standing dead trees.

    Food      Flying insects.

    Breeding      Nests in a high tree hollows.

    Conservation   Common and widespread species assessed as being of Least Concern. ...


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