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Magellanic woodpecker
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Campephilus magellanicus King.
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Klassische Systematik
Reich  Tiere Animalia
Stamm  chordates Chordata
Klasse  Aves Birds
Ordnung  Piciformes Piciformes
Familie  ... Picidae
Gattung  Campephilus Campephilus
Art  Magellanic woodpecker Campephilus magellanicus
Autor(en)  King
Jahr  1828
Phylogenetische Systematik
Ordnung  ... ...
Familie  ... ...


The Magellanic woodpecker is 36 to 45 cm in length.[1][2] Males of this species weigh 312-363 g (11-13 oz), and females weigh 276-312 g (9.7-11 oz). Among standard measurements, the wing chord is 20.5|to|23|cm, the tail is 13.9|to|16.8|cm, the bill is 4.3|to|6|cm| and the tarsus is 3.3|to|3.9|cm|in.[2] They are the largest South American woodpeckers and one of the largest woodpeckers in the world. Among the species known to be extant, only the non-neotropical members of the Dryocopus genus and the great slaty woodpeckers (Mulleripicus pulverulentus) are larger-bodied. With the likely extinction of the Ivory-billed and imperial woodpeckers (Campephilus imperialis), the Magellanic woodpecker is the largest remaining member of the Campephilus genus.

Phylogeny

Picinae monophyletic

Megapicini

Evolutionary history of woodpeckers and allies (Aves: Picidae):Placing key taxa on the phylogenetic tree

Dendropocini

A multi-locus phylogeny suggests an ancient hybridization event between Campephilus and melanerpine woodpeckers (Aves: Picidae)

  1. A Wildlife Guide to Chile: Continental Chile, Chilean Antarctica, Easter Is., Juan Fernández Archipelago
  2. 2.0 2.1 Woodpeckers: An Identification Guide to the Woodpeckers of the World by Hans Winkler, David A. Christie & David Nurney. Houghton Mifflin (1995), ISBN 978-0395720431

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