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Alpine or Sichuan Forest Thrush

Zoothera [mollissima or griseiceps] (= Zoothera mollissima) (Blyth, 1842)

The Plain-backed Thrush (Zoothera mollissima) is a species of bird in the Turdidae family. It ranges across the northern regions of the Indian Subcontinent, primarily the Himalayas, stretching into adjoining parts of Southeast Asia. Source: Wikipedia




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Order:
  Passeriformes
Family:
  Turdidae
Genus:
  Zoothera

Scientific:
  Zoothera mollissima

Citation:
  (Blyth, 1842)

Reference:
  J.Asiat.Soc.Bengal 11 p.188

Protonym:
  T. (urdus) mollissimus

Avibase ID:
  03A041E5713298F2

Short link:
  https://avibase.ca/03A041E5

Taxonomic Serial Number:
TSN: 563802

Geographic range:

  • Zoothera mollissima: breeds in the Himalayas from northern Pakistan to southeastern Tibet and southcentral China (Sichuan); winters at lower elevations, south to Yunnan (China)
  • Zoothera griseiceps: breeds southcentral China (central Sichuan); winter range poorly known, but reported from northern Vietnam (Tonkin)
English:
Alpine or Sichuan Forest Thrush
Czech:
drozd ladný
German:
Felserddrossel
Danish:
Mollissimadrossel
Spanish:
Zorzal Dorsiliso
Finnish:
pensaskirjorastas
French:
Grive de Hodgson ou G. du Sichuan
Italian:
Tordo dorsouniforme
Japanese:
seakatoratsugumi
Japanese:
セアカトラツグミ
Dutch:
Himalyalijster
Norwegian:
Nettingtrost
Polish:
drozdon luskobrzuchy
Russian:
Однотонный дрозд
Slovak:
drozd horský
Swedish:
bergtrast
Ukrainian:
Квічаль гімалайський
Chinese:
光背地鸫


Authorities recognizing this taxonomic concept:

Avibase taxonomic concepts (current):
Alpine or Sichuan Forest Thrush ( Zoothera [mollissima or griseiceps])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 04 (Aug 2016):
Alpine or Sichuan Forest Thrush ( Zoothera [mollissima or griseiceps])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 05 (Jan 2017):
Alpine or Sichuan Forest Thrush ( Zoothera [mollissima or griseiceps])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 06 (Feb 2018):
Alpine or Sichuan Forest Thrush ( Zoothera [mollissima or griseiceps])
eBird version 2016:
Alpine/Sichuan Thrush ( Zoothera mollissima/griseiceps)
eBird version 2017:
Alpine/Sichuan Thrush ( Zoothera mollissima/griseiceps)
eBird version 2018:
Alpine/Sichuan Thrush ( Zoothera mollissima/griseiceps)
eBird version 2019:
Alpine/Sichuan Thrush ( Zoothera mollissima/griseiceps)

Taxonomic status:

Species status: species group (sometimes a species)

This taxon is a subspecies of Zoothera [mollissima, griseiceps or salimalii]

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Bengali: খয়রাপিঠ দামা
Catalan: griva de dors llis
Czech: Drozd ladný
Danish: Mollissimadrossel
German: Felserddrossel, Himalaya Drossel, Himalayadrossel
English: Alpine or Sichuan Forest Thrush, Alpine/Sichuan Thrush, Plain-backed Mountain Thrush, Plain-backed Mountain-Thrush, Plain-backed Thrush
English (IOC): Alpine/Sichuan Thrush
Spanish: Zorzal de Lomo Descolorido, Zorzal Dorsiliso
Spanish (Spain): Zorzal dorsiliso del Himalaya/de Sichuan
Estonian: põõsa-kirjurästas
Finnish: Pensaskirjorastas
French: Grive de Hodgson, Grive de Hodgson ou G. du Sichuan, Grive de l'Himalaya
Hungarian: nepáli földirigó
Italian: Tordo di montagna, Tordo dorsouniforme
Japanese: aka tora tsugumi, akatoratsugumi, seakatoratsugumi, seakatoratsugumi/shisentoratsugumi
Japanese: アカトラツグミ, セアカトラツグミ, セアカトラツグミ/シセントラツグミ
Japanese (Kanji): 赤虎鶇
Scientific: T. (urdus) mollissimus, Zoothera [mollissima or griseiceps], Zoothera mollissima, Zoothera mollissima mollissima, Zoothera mollissima/griseiceps, Zoothera mollssima
Lithuanian: Himalajinis dirvinis strazdas
Dutch: Berglijster, Himalyalijster
Norwegian: Nettingtrost
Polish: drozdon luskobrzuchy, drozdoń łuskobrzuchy
Pinyin: guāng-bèi dì-dōng
Russian: Однотонный дрозд
Slovak: drozd horský
Swedish: Bergtrast, Himalayatrast
Ukrainian: Квічаль гімалайський
Vietnamese: Chim Sáo đất nâu hung
Chinese: 光背地鸫, 光背地鸫/四川地鸫
Chinese (Traditional): 光背地鶇

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