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| colspan="3" style="text-align:center; font-size:120%; background-color:#ff9999;" | <font color="black"> '''Austral turdus'''[[File:Info blue-32.png|right|link=Help:Taxoboxen]]<br />''Turdus falklandii'' Quoy and Gaimard.
 
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| colspan="3" style="text-align:center; font-size:120%; background-color:#ff9999;" | <font color="black"> '''Klassische Systematik'''
 
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|align="left" style="background:pink" |'''Reich'''&nbsp;
 
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|align="left" style="background:pink"|'''Stamm'''&nbsp; |||[[Chordata]]
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|Aves
 
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|align="left" style="background:pink"|'''Familie'''&nbsp; ||[[Marienkäfer]]
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|align="left" style="background:pink"|'''Familie'''&nbsp; ||[[Turdidae]]
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|align="left" style="background:pink"|'''Gattung'''&nbsp; ||[[Thrush]]
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|align="left" style="background:pink"|'''Art'''&nbsp; ||[[Austral thrush]]
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|T faklandii
 
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|align="left" style="background:pink"|'''Author(s)'''&nbsp; ||
|colspan="3" | [[Carl von Linne|L.]]
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|colspan="3" |Quoy & Gaimard
 
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|align="left" style="background:pink"|'''Jahr'''&nbsp; ||
 
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|colspan="3" | [[1824]]
 
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|align="left" style="background:pink"|'''superFamilie'''&nbsp; ||[[Muscicapoidea]]
 
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The '''austral thrush''' (''Turdus falcklandii'') is a medium-sized [[thrush (bird)|thrush]] from southern [[South America]]. There are two [[subspecies]], the '''Magellan thrush''' (''T. f. magellanicus'') from south [[Argentina]] and south and central [[Chile]], and the '''Falkland thrush''' (''T. f. falcklandii'') from the [[Falkland Islands]].
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==Phylogeny==
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http://sysbio.oxfordjournals.org/content/57/2/257.full.pdf+html
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VOELKER G et al.
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[http://people.tamu.edu/~gvoelker/Publications_files/Voelker%20et%20al.%20GEB.pdf Repeated trans-Atlantic dispersal catalysed a global songbird radiation] Global ecology and biogeography 18:41-49(2009)
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[http://people.ds.cam.ac.uk/cns26/njc/Papers/Principe_thrush_species.pdf Multiples lines of evidence support the recognition of a very rare bird species:the Principe thrush]
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{{Wikidata|Q1590629}}
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[[Category:Passeriformes]]
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[[nl:Magelhaenlijster]]

Latest revision as of 21:48, 23 April 2016

Turdus falklandii (Austral Thrush).jpg
Austral turdus
Info blue-32.png

Turdus falklandii Quoy and Gaimard.
Turdus juvenile.JPG
Klassische Systematik
Reich  animals Animalia
Stamm  Chordata chordates
Klasse  Birds Aves
Ordnung  Passeriformes Passeriformes
Familie  Turdidae Turdidae
Gattung  Thrush Turdus
Art  Austral thrush T faklandii
Author(s)  Quoy & Gaimard
Jahr  1824
Phylogenetische Systematik
Ordnung  ... ...
superFamilie  Muscicapoidea ...

The austral thrush (Turdus falcklandii) is a medium-sized thrush from southern South America. There are two subspecies, the Magellan thrush (T. f. magellanicus) from south Argentina and south and central Chile, and the Falkland thrush (T. f. falcklandii) from the Falkland Islands.

Phylogeny

http://sysbio.oxfordjournals.org/content/57/2/257.full.pdf+html


VOELKER G et al. Repeated trans-Atlantic dispersal catalysed a global songbird radiation Global ecology and biogeography 18:41-49(2009)


Multiples lines of evidence support the recognition of a very rare bird species:the Principe thrush

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