Redpoll

Redpoll

Summary:

Literature Redpoll
[order] Passeriformes | [family]

Redpoll determination[order] Passeriformes | [family] Fringillidae | [latin] Carduelis flammea | [UK] Redpoll | [FR] Sizerin flammé | [DE] Birkenzeisig | [ES] Pardillo Sizerín | [IT] Organetto | [NL] Barmsijs


Literature

Title
No evidence of genetic differentiation between
lesser redpolls Carduelis flammea cabaret and
common redpolls Carduelis f. flammea

Author(s): Richard Ottvall, Staffan Bensch, Goran Walinder and Jan T. Lifjeld
Abstract: The remarkable variation in plumage and morphological characters in the redpoll complex
Carduelis flammea-hornemanni has puzzled taxonomists for several decades. In contrast,
molecular studies have not revealed any genetic differentiation among the..[more]..
Source: Avian Science Vol. 2 No. 4: 237-244 (2002)
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Title
A pair of the Redpoll Carduelis flammea with two clutches in Finnmark, North Norway
Author(s): Svein Haftorn
Abstract: On 21 July 1999 I found, together with Per J. Tømmeraas, a nest of the Redpoll Carduelis flammea with four eggs 4 m high up in a birch at Virdnejavvri in the Alta-Kautokeino water system in Finnmark, North Norway, north of the Arctic Polar Circle. Th..[more]..
Source: Ornis Svecica 12 (2002)
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All of Fringillidae

  1. Arctic Redpoll
  2. Carduelis hornemanni
  1. Blue Chaffinch
  2. Fringilla teydea
  1. Brambling
  2. Fringilla montifringilla
  1. Bullfinch
  2. Pyrrhula pyrrhula
  1. Canary
  2. Serinus canaria
  1. Chaffinch
  2. Fringilla coelebs
  1. Citril Finch
  2. Serinus citrinella
  1. Evening Grosbeak
  2. Hesperiphona vespertina
  1. Greenfinch
  2. Carduelis chloris
  1. Hawfinch
  2. Coccothraustes coccothraustes
  1. Lesser Redpoll
  2. Carduelis flammea cabaret
  1. Linnet
  2. Carduelis cannabina
  1. Red Crossbill
  2. Loxia curvirostra
  1. Redpoll
  2. Carduelis flammea
  1. Rosefinch
  2. Carpodacus erythrinus
  1. Serin
  2. Serinus serinus
  1. Siskin
  2. Carduelis spinus
  1. Twite
  2. Carduelis flavirostris
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