Bird Families

Socotra Buzzard

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igor_f wrote:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socotra_buzzard
Thank. But I still don't get it - "socotraensis" - is it now considered a species? Or is it still considered a subspecies - Buteo buteo socotraensis? (Even earlier, as you wrote, it was not even a subspecies in some scientific literature).

People in the know - give me a link to the list of families of the bird class, divided by orders. (According to modern concepts - at least Europe)
I climbed in to look here, and almost went crazy with the "Stork" squad - what kind of nonsense is this? http://www.zooall.info/vertebrate-animals/aves

And the question is: when was the last new species of bird discovered? I mean - not in the process of genetic research and cleavage, exclusion from established species.

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Andrkas wrote:
Watching a movie about the Spanish Tabernas desert. It speaks of an African migrant - "desert bullfinch". How is he in Latin?
Dipperman wrote:
Bucanetes githagineus. Google to the rescue )
Thank. So this is NOT a bullfinch at all? - or do they have a supragenus there, or a subfamily in common with black-capped ones? Yandex is silent, for example.
I only found that this desert bullfinch belongs to
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subfamily Goldfinches
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And here I also found:
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Bullfinches are divided into two groups: masked (4 species) and black-capped bullfinches (4 species).
- So in what systematic rank is the common one now uniting with this "Empty"?

Andrkas wrote:

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- So in what systematic rank is the common one now uniting with this "Empty"?
In the systematic rank of the same Russian name, the English call warblers, warblers, warblers, and nothing. You can't please everyone anyway.

Black-capped and masked bullfinches are subgenera of the genus Pyrrhula.

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igor_f wrote:
Andrkas wrote:
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- So in what systematic rank is the common one now uniting with this "Empty"?
In the systematic rank of the same Russian name, the English call warblers, warblers, and vireons, and nothing. You can't please everyone anyway.

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Andrkas wrote:
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igor_f wrote:
Andrkas wrote:
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- So in what systematic rank is the common one now uniting with this "Empty"?
In the systematic rank of the same Russian name, the English call warblers, warblers, and vireons, and nothing. You can't please everyone anyway.

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igor_f wrote:
Where they are together is the Pyrrhulini tribe. The taller ones are the Carduelinae subfamily, the Fringillidae family, and so on.
(But a tribe and a subfamily are, in the classical system of taxonomy, essentially not taxa.
- This is what I wanted to know. Many thanks!

Good evening ! Can you tell me how the subspecies of the Indian warbler Acrocephalus agricola septimus is called in Russian taxonomy (Gavrilenko, 1954)?

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