Accipitridae

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Accipitridae
Aetas fossilium: Eocenum ad Recens
Spizaetus ornatus iuvenis
Taxinomia
Regnum: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Classis: Aves
Ordo: Accipitriformes (vel Falconiformes)
Familia: Accipitridae
Vieillot, 1816
Subfamiliae

Sed vide commentarium.

Accipitridae (-ae, m.) sunt una e duabus familiis praecipuis ordinis Accipitriformium aut Falconiformium. Multae aves familiares—ut accipiter, aquila, miluus, circus, et vultur Orbis Prisci—hac in familia comprehenduntur.

Subfamiliae et genera[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Accipitridae familia
    • Elaninae subfamilia
    • Perninae subfamilia
      • Aviceda cuculoides
      • Aviceda madagascariensis
      • Aviceda jerdoni
      • Aviceda subcristata
      • Aviceda leuphotes
      • Hernicopernis longicauda
      • Hernicopernis infuscatus
      • Pernis apivorus
      • Pernis ptilorhynchus
      • Pernis celebensis
      • Leptodon cayanensis
      • Leptodon forbesi
      • Chondrohierax uncinatus
    • Milvinae subfamilia
    • Accipitrinae subfamilia
      • Accipiter gentilis
      • Accipiter nisus
      • Accipiter poliogaster
      • Accipiter trivirgatus
      • Accipiter griseiceps
      • Accipiter toussenelii
      • Accipiter tachiro
      • Accipiter soloensis
      • Accipiter francesii
      • Accipiter trinotatus
      • Accipiter novaehollandiae
      • Accipiter fasciatus
      • Accipiter melanochlamys
      • Accipiter albogularis
      • Accipiter rufitorques
      • Accipiter haplochrous
      • Accipiter henicogrammus
      • Accipiter poliocephalus
      • Accipiter princeps
      • Accipiter melanoleucus
      • Accipiter henstii
      • Accipiter meyerianus
      • Accipiter castanilius
      • Accipiter butleri
      • Accipiter brevipes
      • Accipiter luteoschistaceus
      • Accipiter imitator
      • Accipiter erythropus
      • Accipiter minullus
      • Accipiter gularis
      • Accipiter nanus
      • Accipiter erythrauchen
      • Accipiter cirrocephalus
      • Accipiter brachyurus
      • Accipiter rhodogaster
      • Accipiter madagascariensis
      • Accipiter ovampensis
      • Accipiter rufiventris
      • Accipiter badius
      • Accipiter superciliosus
      • Accipiter collaris
      • Accipiter striatus
      • Accipiter chionogaster
      • Accipiter ventralis
      • Accipiter erythronemius
      • Accipiter cooperii
      • Accipiter gundlachi
      • Accipiter bicolor
      • Accipiter virgatus
      • Micronisus gabar
      • Melierax metabates
      • Melierax poliopterus
      • Melierax canorus
      • Urotriorchis macrourus
      • Erythrotriorchis radiatus
      • Erythrotriorchis buergersi
      • Megatriorchis doriae
    • Buteoninae subfamilia
Haliaeetus

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Alcover, Josep Antoni. 1989. "Les Aus fòssils de la Cova de Ca Na Reia." Endins 14–15:95-100.
  • Amaral, Karina Felipe, et Jorge Wilham. 2003. "The chromosomes of the Order Falconiformes: a review. Ararajuba 11(1):65–73. PDF fulltext
  • American Museum of Natural History. 2007. AMNH FR 2941 specimen information. Accessum 22 Aprilis 2008.
  • Brathwaite, D. H. 1992. "Notes on the weight, flying ability, habitat, and prey of Haast's Eagle (Harpagornis moorei)." Notornis 39(4):239–247.
  • Cracraft, Joel. 1969. "Notes on fossil hawks (Accipitridae)." Auk 86(2):353–354. PDF fulltext
  • de Boer, L. E. M. 1975. "Karyological heterogeneity in the Falconiformes (Aves)." Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences 31(10):1138–1139. Formula:DOI (HTML summarium)
  • Federico, Concetta, Catia Daniela Cantarella, Cinzia Scavo, Salvatore Saccone, Bertrand Bed'Hom, et Giorgio Bernardi. 2005. "Avian genomes: different karyotypes but a similar distribution of the GC-richest chromosome regions at interphase." Chromosome Research 13(8):785–793. Formula:DOI (HTML summarium)
  • Lerner, Heather R. L., et David P. Mindell. 2005. "Phylogeny of eagles, Old World vultures, and other Accipitridae based on nuclear and mitochondrial DNA." Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 37:327–346 PDF fulltext
  • Miller, Loye H. 1931. "Bird Remains from the Kern River Pliocene of California." Condor 33(2):70–72. PDF fulltext
  • Negro, J. J. 2008. "Two aberrant serpent-eagles may be visual mimics of bird-eating raptors." Ibis 150(2):307–314 doi:10.1111/j.1474-919X.2007.00782.x
  • Paton, P. W. C. F. J. Messina, et C. R. Griffin. 1994. "A Phylogenetic Approach to Reversed Size Dimorphism in Diurnal Raptors." Oikos 71(3):492–498.
  • Shiu, Hau-Jie, Tokita Ken-ichi, Emiko Morishita, Emiko Hiraoka, Yinyin Wu, Hiroshi Nakamura, et Hiroyoshi Higuchi. 2006. "Route and site fidelity of two migratory raptors: Grey-faced Buzzards Butastur indicus and Honey-buzzards Pernis apivorus." Ornithological Science 5(2):151–156 doi:10.2326/osj.5.151


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