Sibley-Monroe checklist 7

Sibley-Monroe checklist 7

The Sibley-Monroe checklist was a landmark document in the study of birds. It drew on extensive DNA-DNA hybridisation studies to reassess the relationships between modern birds.

Gruiformes

Eurypygidae

* "Eurypyga helias" Sunbittern

Otididae

* "Tetrax tetrax" Little Bustard
* "Otis tarda" Great Bustard
* "Neotis denhami" Stanley Bustard
* "Neotis ludwigii" Ludwig's Bustard
* "Neotis nuba" Nubian Bustard
* "Neotis heuglinii" Heuglin's Bustard
* "Ardeotis arabs" Arabian Bustard
* "Ardeotis kori" Kori Bustard
* "Ardeotis nigriceps" Indian Bustard
* "Ardeotis australis" Australian Bustard
* "Chlamydotis undulata" Houbara Bustard
* "Eupodotis savilei" Savile's Bustard
* "Eupodotis gindiana" Buff-crested Bustard
* "Eupodotis ruficrista" Red-crested Bustard
* "Eupodotis afraoides" White-quilled Bustard
* "Eupodotis afra" Black Bustard
* "Eupodotis rueppellii" Rüppell's Bustard
* "Eupodotis vigorsii" Karoo Bustard
* "Eupodotis humilis" Little Brown Bustard
* "Eupodotis senegalensis" White-bellied Bustard
* "Eupodotis caerulescens" Blue Bustard
* "Eupodotis melanogaster" Black-bellied Bustard
* "Eupodotis hartlaubii" Hartlaub's Bustard
* "Eupodotis bengalensis" Bengal Florican
* "Eupodotis indica" Lesser Florican

Gruidae

* "Balearica pavonina" Black Crowned Crane
* "Balearica regulorum" Grey Crowned Crane
* "Grus leucogeranus" Siberian Crane
* "Grus antigone" Sarus Crane
* "Grus rubicunda" Brolga
* "Grus vipio" White-naped Crane
* "Grus canadensis" Sandhill Crane
* "Grus virgo" Demoiselle Crane
* "Grus paradisea" Blue Crane
* "Grus carunculatus" Wattled Crane
* "Grus grus" Common Crane
* "Grus monacha" Hooded Crane
* "Grus americana" Whooping Crane
* "Grus nigricollis" Black-necked Crane
* "Grus japonensis" Red-crowned Crane

Aramidae

* "Aramus guarauna" Limpkin

Heliornithidae

* "Podica senegalensis" African Finfoot
* "Heliopais personata" Masked Finfoot
* "Heliornis fulica" Sungrebe

Psophiidae

* "Psophia crepitans" Grey-winged Trumpeter
* "Psophia leucoptera" Pale-winged Trumpeter
* "Psophia viridis" Dark-winged Trumpeter

Cariamidae

* "Cariama cristata" Red-legged Seriema
* "Chunga burmeisteri" Black-legged Seriema

Rhynochetidae

* "Rhynochetos jubatus" Kagu

Rallidae

* "Sarothrura pulchra" White-spotted Flufftail
* "Sarothrura elegans" Buff-spotted Flufftail
* "Sarothrura rufa" Red-chested Flufftail
* "Sarothrura lugens" Chestnut-headed Flufftail
* "Sarothrura boehmi" Streaky-breasted Flufftail
* "Sarothrura affinis" Striped Flufftail
* "Sarothrura insularis" Madagascar Flufftail
* "Sarothrura ayresi" White-winged Flufftail
* "Sarothrura watersi" Slender-billed Flufftail
* "Himantornis haematopus" Nkulengu Rail
* "Canirallus oculeus" Grey-throated Rail
* "Canirallus kioloides" Kioloides Rail
* "Coturnicops exquisitus" Swinhoe's Rail
* "Coturnicops noveboracensis" Yellow Rail
* "Coturnicops notatus" Speckled Rail
* "Micropygia schomburgkii" Ocellated Crake
* "Rallina rubra" Chestnut Forest-Rail
* "Rallina leucospila" White-striped Forest Rail
* "Rallina forbesi" Forbes's Forest Rail
* "Rallina mayri" Mayr's Forest Rail
* "Rallina tricolor" Red-necked Crake
* "Rallina canningi" Andaman Crake
* "Rallina fasciata" Red-legged Crake
* "Rallina eurizonoides" Slaty-legged Crake
* "Anurolimnas castaneiceps" Chestnut-headed Crake
* "Anurolimnas viridis" Russet-crowned Crake
* "Anurolimnas fasciatus" Black-banded Crake
* "Laterallus melanophaius" Rufous-sided Crake
* "Laterallus levraudi" Rusty-flanked Crake
* "Laterallus ruber" Ruddy Crake
* "Laterallus albigularis" White-throated Crake
* "Laterallus exilis" Grey-breasted Crake
* "Laterallus jamaicensis" Black Rail
* "Laterallus spilonotus" Galapagos Rail
* "Laterallus leucopyrrhus" Red-and-white Crake
* "Laterallus xenopterus" Rufous-faced Crake
* "Nesoclopeus woodfordi" Woodford's Rail
* "Nesoclopeus poecilopterus" Bar-winged Rail
* "Gallirallus australis" Weka
* "Gallirallus lafresnayanus" New Caledonian Rail
* "Gallirallus sylvestris" Lord Howe Rail
* "Gallirallus conditicius" Gilbert Rail
* "Gallirallus okinawae" Okinawa Rail
* "Gallirallus torquatus" Barred Rail
* "Gallirallus insignis" New Britain Rail
* "Gallirallus philippensis" Buff-banded Rail
* "Gallirallus rovianae" Roviana Rail
* "Gallirallus owstoni" Guam Rail
* "Gallirallus wakensis" Wake Island Rail
* "Gallirallus pacificus" Tahiti Rail
* "Gallirallus dieffenbachii" Dieffenbach's Rail
* "Gallirallus modestus" Chatham Islands Rail
* "Gallirallus sharpei" Sharpe's Rail
* "Gallirallus striatus" Slaty-breasted Rail
* "Rallus longirostris" Clapper Rail
* "Rallus elegans" King Rail
* "Rallus wetmorei" Plain-flanked Rail
* "Rallus limicola" Virginia Rail
* "Rallus semiplumbeus" Bogota Rail
* "Rallus antarcticus" Austral Rail
* "Rallus aquaticus" Water Rail
* "Rallus caerulescens" Kaffir Rail
* "Rallus madagascariensis" Madagascar Rail
* "Lewinia mirificus" Brown-banded Rail
* "Lewinia pectoralis" Lewin's Rail
* "Lewinia muelleri" Auckland Islands Rail
* "Dryolimnas cuvieri" White-throated Rail
* "Crecopsis egregia" African Crake
* "Crex crex" Corn Crake
* "Rougetius rougetii" Rouget's Rail
* "Aramidopsis plateni" Snoring Rail
* "Atlantisia rogersi" Inaccessible Island Rail
* "Aramides mangle" Little Wood Rail
* "Aramides axillaris" Rufous-necked Wood Rail
* "Aramides cajanea" Grey-necked Wood Rail
* "Aramides wolfi" Brown Wood Rail
* "Aramides ypecaha" Giant Wood Rail
* "Aramides saracura" Slaty-breasted Wood Rail
* "Aramides calopterus" Red-winged Wood Rail
* "Amaurolimnas concolor" Uniform Crake
* "Gymnocrex rosenbergii" Bald-faced Rail
* "Gymnocrex plumbeiventris" Bare-eyed Rail
* "Amaurornis akool" Brown Crake
* "Amaurornis olivaceus" Bush-hen
* "Amaurornis isabellinus" Isabelline Waterhen
* "Amaurornis moluccanus" Rufous-tailed Waterhen
* "Amaurornis phoenicurus" White-breasted Waterhen
* "Amaurornis flavirostra" Black Crake
* "Amaurornis olivieri" Sakalava Rail
* "Amaurornis bicolor" Black-tailed Crake
* "Porzana parva" Little Crake
* "Porzana pusilla" Baillon's Crake
* "Porzana palmeri" Laysan Crake
* "Porzana porzana" Spotted Crake
* "Porzana fluminea" Australian Crake
* "Porzana carolina" Sora Crake
* "Porzana spiloptera" Dot-winged Crake
* "Porzana albicollis" Ash-throated Crake
* "Porzana sandwichensis" Hawaiian Crake
* "Porzana fusca" Ruddy-breasted Crake
* "Porzana paykullii" Band-bellied Crake
* "Porzana tabuensis" Spotless Crake
* "Porzana monasa" Kosrae Crake
* "Porzana atra" Henderson Island Crake
* "Porzana flaviventer" Yellow-breasted Crake
* "Porzana cinerea" White-browed Crake
* "Aenigmatolimnas marginalis" Striped Crake
* "Cyanolimnas cerverai" Zapata Rail
* "Neocrex colombianus" Colombian Crake
* "Neocrex erythrops" Paint-billed Crake
* "Pardirallus maculatus" Spotted Rail
* "Pardirallus nigricans" Blackish Rail
* "Pardirallus sanguinolentus" Plumbeous Rail
* "Eulabeornis castaneoventris" Chestnut Rail
* "Habroptila wallacii" Invisible Rail
* "Megacrex inepta" New Guinea Flightless Rail
* "Gallicrex cinerea" Watercock
* "Porphyrio porphyrio" Purple Swamphen
* "Porphyrio albus" Lord Howe Island Swamphen
* "Porphyrio mantelli" Takahe
* "Porphyrio alleni" Allen's Gallinule
* "Porphyrio martinicus" Purple Gallinule
* "Porphyrio flavirostris" Azure Gallinule
* "Gallinula pacifica" Samoan Moorhen
* "Gallinula silvestris" San Cristobal Moorhen
* "Gallinula nesiotis" Tristan Moorhen
* "Gallinula chloropus" Common Moorhen
* "Gallinula tenebrosa" Dusky Moorhen
* "Gallinula angulata" Lesser Moorhen
* "Gallinula melanops" Spot-flanked Gallinule
* "Gallinula ventralis" Black-tailed Native-hen
* "Gallinula mortierii" Tasmanian Native-hen
* "Fulica cristata" Red-knobbed Coot
* "Fulica atra" Common Coot
* "Fulica alai" Hawaiian Coot
* "Fulica americana" American Coot
* "Fulica caribaea" Caribbean Coot
* "Fulica leucoptera" White-winged Coot
* "Fulica ardesiaca" Slate-colored Coot
* "Fulica armillata" Red-gartered Coot
* "Fulica rufifrons" Red-fronted Coot
* "Fulica gigantea" Giant Coot
* "Fulica cornuta" Horned Coot

Mesitornithidae

* "Mesitornis variegata" White-breasted Mesite
* "Mesitornis unicolor" Brown Mesite
* "Monias benschi" Subdesert Mesite

Ciconiiformes

Pteroclidae

* "Syrrhaptes tibetanus" Tibetan Sandgrouse
* "Syrrhaptes paradoxus" Pallas's Sandgrouse
* "Pterocles alchata" Pin-tailed Sandgrouse
* "Pterocles namaqua" Namaqua Sandgrouse
* "Pterocles exustus" Chestnut-bellied Sandgrouse
* "Pterocles senegallus" Spotted Sandgrouse
* "Pterocles gutturalis" Yellow-throated Sandgrouse
* "Pterocles orientalis" Black-bellied Sandgrouse
* "Pterocles coronatus" Crowned Sandgrouse
* "Pterocles personatus" Madagascar Sandgrouse
* "Pterocles decoratus" Black-faced Sandgrouse
* "Pterocles bicinctus" Double-banded Sandgrouse
* "Pterocles quadricinctus" Four-banded Sandgrouse
* "Pterocles indicus" Painted Sandgrouse
* "Pterocles lichtensteinii" Lichtenstein's Sandgrouse
* "Pterocles burchelli" Burchell's Sandgrouse

Thinocoridae

* "Attagis gayi" Rufous-bellied Seedsnipe
* "Attagis malouinus" White-bellied Seedsnipe
* "Thinocorus orbignyianus" Grey-breasted Seedsnipe
* "Thinocorus rumicivorus" Least Seedsnipe

Pedionomidae

* "Pedionomus torquatus" Plains-wanderer

Scolopacidae

* "Scolopax rusticola" Eurasian Woodcock
* "Scolopax mira" Amami Woodcock
* "Scolopax saturata" Rufous Woodcock
* "Scolopax celebensis" Sulawesi Woodcock
* "Scolopax rochussenii" Moluccan Woodcock
* "Scolopax minor" American Woodcock
* "Gallinago solitaria" Solitary Snipe
* "Gallinago hardwickii" Latham's Snipe
* "Gallinago nemoricola" Wood Snipe
* "Gallinago stenura" Pintail Snipe
* "Gallinago megala" Swinhoe's Snipe
* "Gallinago media" Great Snipe
* "Gallinago gallinago" Common Snipe
* "Gallinago nigripennis" African Snipe
* "Gallinago macrodactyla" Madagascar Snipe
* "Gallinago paraguaiae" South American Snipe
* "Gallinago andina" Puna Snipe
* "Gallinago nobilis" Noble Snipe
* "Gallinago undulata" Giant Snipe
* "Gallinago jamesoni" Andean Snipe
* "Gallinago stricklandii" Fuegian Snipe
* "Gallinago imperialis" Imperial Snipe
* "Lymnocryptes minimus" Jack Snipe
* "Coenocorypha pusilla" Chatham Islands Snipe
* "Coenocorypha aucklandica" Subantarctic Snipe
* "Limosa limosa" Black-tailed Godwit
* "Limosa haemastica" Hudsonian Godwit
* "Limosa lapponica" Bar-tailed Godwit
* "Limosa fedoa" Marbled Godwit
* "Numenius minutus" Little Curlew
* "Numenius borealis" Eskimo Curlew
* "Numenius phaeopus" Whimbrel
* "Numenius tahitiensis" Bristle-thighed Curlew
* "Numenius tenuirostris" Slender-billed Curlew
* "Numenius arquata" Eurasian Curlew
* "Numenius americanus" Long-billed Curlew
* "Numenius madagascariensis" Far Eastern Curlew
* "Bartramia longicauda" Upland Sandpiper
* "Tringa erythropus" Spotted Redshank
* "Tringa totanus" Common Redshank
* "Tringa stagnatilis" Marsh Sandpiper
* "Tringa nebularia" Common Greenshank
* "Tringa guttifer" Nordmann's Greenshank
* "Tringa melanoleuca" Greater Yellowlegs
* "Tringa flavipes" Lesser Yellowlegs
* "Tringa solitaria" Solitary Sandpiper
* "Tringa ochropus" Green Sandpiper
* "Tringa glareola" Wood Sandpiper
* "Tringa cinerea" Terek Sandpiper
* "Tringa hypoleucos" Common Sandpiper
* "Tringa macularia" Spotted Sandpiper
* "Tringa brevipes" Grey-tailed Tattler
* "Tringa incana" Wandering Tattler
* "Catoptrophorus semipalmatus" Willet
* "Prosobonia cancellata" Tuamotu Sandpiper
* "Prosobonia leucoptera" Tahitian Sandpiper
* "Arenaria interpres" Ruddy Turnstone
* "Arenaria melanocephala" Black Turnstone
* "Limnodromus griseus" Short-billed Dowitcher
* "Limnodromus scolopaceus" Long-billed Dowitcher
* "Limnodromus semipalmatus" Asian Dowitcher
* "Aphriza virgata" Surfbird
* "Calidris tenuirostris" Great Knot
* "Calidris canutus" Red Knot
* "Calidris alba" Sanderling
* "Calidris pusilla" Semipalmated Sandpiper
* "Calidris mauri" Western Sandpiper
* "Calidris minuta" Little Stint
* "Calidris ruficollis" Rufous-necked Stint
* "Calidris temminckii" Temminck's Stint
* "Calidris subminuta" Long-toed Stint
* "Calidris minutilla" Least Sandpiper
* "Calidris fuscicollis" White-rumped Sandpiper
* "Calidris bairdii" Baird's Sandpiper
* "Calidris melanotos" Pectoral Sandpiper
* "Calidris acuminata" Sharp-tailed Sandpiper
* "Calidris maritima" Purple Sandpiper
* "Calidris ptilocnemis" Rock Sandpiper
* "Calidris alpina" Dunlin
* "Calidris ferruginea" Curlew Sandpiper
* "Micropalama himantopus" Stilt Sandpiper
* "Tryngites subruficollis" Buff-breasted Sandpiper
* "Eurynorhynchus pygmeus" Spoonbill Sandpiper
* "Limicola falcinellus" Broad-billed Sandpiper
* "Philomachus pugnax" Ruff
* "Steganopus tricolor" Wilson's Phalarope
* "Phalaropus lobatus" Red-necked Phalarope
* "Phalaropus fulicaria" Red Phalarope

Rostratulidae

* "Rostratula benghalensis" Greater Painted Snipe
* "Rostratula semicollaris" American Painted Snipe

Jacanidae

* "Actophilornis africanus" African Jacana
* "Actophilornis albinucha" Madagascar Jacana
* "Microparra capensis" Lesser Jacana
* "Irediparra gallinacea" Comb-crested Jacana
* "Hydrophasianus chirurgus" Pheasant-tailed Jacana
* "Metopidius indicus" Bronze-winged Jacana
* "Jacana spinosa" Northern Jacana
* "Jacana jacana" Wattled Jacana

Previous page: Sibley-Monroe checklist 6

Next page: Sibley-Monroe checklist 8

Index of pages: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Sibley-Monroe checklist 1 — The Sibley Monroe checklist was a landmark document in the study of birds conducted by Charles Sibley and Burt Monroe. It drew on extensive DNA DNA hybridisation studies to reassess the relationships between modern birds. The Sibley Monroe… …   Wikipedia

  • Sibley-Monroe checklist 2 — The Sibley Monroe checklist was a landmark document in the study of birds. It drew on extensive DNA DNA hybridisation studies to reassess the relationships between modern birds.AnseriformesAnhimidae* Anhima cornuta Horned Screamer * Chauna… …   Wikipedia

  • Sibley-Monroe checklist 3 — The Sibley Monroe checklist was a landmark document in the study of birds. It drew on extensive DNA DNA hybridisation studies to reassess the relationships between modern birds. Piciformes (continued)Megalaimidae* Psilopogon pyrolophus Fire… …   Wikipedia

  • Sibley-Monroe checklist 4 — The Sibley Monroe checklist was a landmark document in the study of birds. It drew on extensive DNA DNA hybridisation studies to reassess the relationships between modern birds. Coraciiformes (continued)Alcedinidae* Alcedo hercules Blyth s… …   Wikipedia

  • Sibley-Monroe checklist 5 — The Sibley Monroe checklist was a landmark document in the study of birds. It drew on extensive DNA DNA hybridisation studies to reassess the relationships between modern birds. ApodiformesApodidae* Cypseloides rutilus Chestnut collared Swift *… …   Wikipedia

  • Sibley-Monroe checklist 6 — The Sibley Monroe checklist was a landmark document in the study of birds. It drew on extensive DNA DNA hybridisation studies to reassess the relationships between modern birds.StrigiformesTytonidae* Tyto tenebricosa Greater Sooty Owl * Tyto… …   Wikipedia

  • Sibley-Monroe checklist 8 — The Sibley Monroe checklist was a landmark document in the study of birds. It drew on extensive DNA DNA hybridisation studies to reassess the relationships between modern birds. Ciconiiformes (continued)Chionididae* Chionis alba Snowy Sheathbill… …   Wikipedia

  • Sibley-Monroe checklist 9 — The Sibley Monroe checklist was a landmark document in the study of birds. It drew on extensive DNA DNA hybridisation studies to reassess the relationships between modern birds. Ciconiiformes (continued)Podicipedidae* Rollandia rolland White… …   Wikipedia

  • Sibley-Monroe checklist 10 — The Sibley Monroe checklist was a landmark document in the study of birds. It drew on extensive DNA DNA hybridisation studies to reassess the relationships between modern birds. PasseriformesAcanthisittidae* Acanthisitta chloris Rifleman *… …   Wikipedia

  • Sibley-Monroe checklist 11 — The Sibley Monroe checklist was a landmark document in the study of birds. It drew on extensive DNA DNA hybridisation studies to reassess the relationships between modern birds. Passeriformes (continued)Thamnophilidae* Cymbilaimus lineatus… …   Wikipedia


Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.