Cyanistes

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Subphylum : Vertebrata 
Classis : Aves 
Ordo : Passeriformes 
Subordo : Passeri 
Superfamilia : Passerida 
Familia : Paridae 
Genus : Cyanistes 
Kaup, 1829
   
Subdivisiones: Species
C. caeruleus

C. teneriffae

C. cyanus

Cyanistes est genus avium familiae Paridarum. Quod genus olim subgenus generis Pari habebatur, sed anno 2005 studium moleculare phylogeneticum, quod sequentias DNA mitochondrialis inter species familiae Paridarum investigaverat, proposuit aliquot subgenera, Cyaniste non excluso, ad statum generis levari.[1] Quod propositum ab International Ornithologists' Union[2] et British Ornithologists' Union benigne acceptum est.[3]

Generi sunt tres species.[2]

Nomen Cyanistes pro subgenere ab Ioanne Iacobo Kaup, naturalista Germanico, anno 1829 propositum est.[4] Quod vocabulum a Graeco kuanos 'atrocaeruleus' deducitur.[5]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Gill, F. B.; Slikas, B.; Sheldon, F. H. (2005). "Phylogeny of titmice (Paridae): II. Species relationships based on sequences of the mitochondrial cytochrome-b gene". Auk 122: 121–43 .
  2. 2.0 2.1 Gill, Frank; Donsker, David, eds. "Waxwings and their allies, tits & penduline tits". World Bird List Version 6.1. International Ornithologists' Union .
  3. Sangster, G.; Collinson, J. M.; Helbig, A. J.; Knox, A. J.; Parkin, D. T. (2005). "Taxonomic recommendations for British birds: third report". Ibis 147 (4): 821–26 .
  4. Kaup, Jakob (1829) (Theodisce). Skizzirte Entwickelungs-Geschichte und natürliches System der europäischen Thierwelt: Erster Theil welcher die Vogelsäugethiere und Vögel nebst Andeutung der Entstehung der letzteren aus Amphibien enthält. c. 1. Darmstadiae, Lipsiae: Carl Wilhelm Leske. p. 99 .
  5. Jobling, James A. (2010). The Helm Dictionary of Scientific Bird Names. Londinii: Christopher Helm. p. 126. ISBN 978-1-4081-2501-4 .