Atención: Algunas o todas las identificaciones afectadas por esta división puede haber sido reemplazada por identificaciones de Fringilla. Esto ocurre cuando no podemos asignar automáticamente una identificación a uno de los taxa de salida. Revisar identificaciones de Fringilla coelebs 10070

Taxonomic Split 132801 (Guardado el 15/12/2023)

DO NOT COMMIT - LARGE SPLIT NEEDS STAFF INPUT

Azores Chaffinch Fringilla moreletti, Madeira Chaffinch F. maderensis, Canary Islands Chaffinch F. canariensis, andAfrican Chaffinch F. spodiogenys are split from Common Chaffinch Fringilla coelebs (Clements 2007:625626)

Details: While all European forms (except the nominate) long treated as conspecific under Fringilla coelebs (Mayr 1968) were originally described as subspecies, all taxa from Macaronesian islands and northern Africa were described as full species. The complex has long been recognized for its marked polytypy and has been well-studied (summarized in Illera et al. 2016), including the considerable vocal disparity which however is of unclear significance for species limits in this complex due to vocal learning (e.g., Lachlan et al. 2013). Illera et al. (2016) proposed considering the taxa of each of the three main Macaronesian island groups as separate species, but this has not been widely followed. Shirihai and Svensson (2018) concluded based on unexpected results in early genetic analyses that all should be considered conspecific. However, the integrative taxonomic analysis of Recuerda et al. (2021) provided a solid framework in terms of morphological and genetic analysis that WGAC, Gill et al. (2023, IOC v.13.2), and Clements et al. (2023) agree strongly supports the recognition of five species, with the African forms being the weakest species candidate, despite the most obvious plumage differences.

eBird/Clements Checklist v2023 (Referencia)
Añadido por rjq el octubre 28, 2023 05:55 TARDE | Comprometido por loarie el 15 de diciembre de 2023
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@rjq should Fringilla coelebs sensu stricto atlas extend into North Africa or do those need to be turned off before committing?

Publicado por loarie hace 5 meses

@loarie the atlases are correct, coelebs s.s. is a winter visitor to North Africa, so the range overlaps that of spodiogenys. For example https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?place_id=7306&preferred_place_id=113055&taxon_id=236821.

Publicado por rjq hace 5 meses

great thanks - this is now committing records

Publicado por loarie hace 5 meses

The distribution maps need to be updated with the species split

Publicado por donalddavesne hace 5 meses

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