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Cinereous or Japanese Tit

Parus [cinereus or minor] (= Parus cinereus) Vieillot, 1818




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Order:
  Passeriformes
Family:
  Paridae
Genus:
  Parus

Scientific:
  Parus cinereus

Citation:
  Vieillot, 1818

Reference:
  Nouv.Dict.Hist.Nat. 25["1817"] 17, p. 316

Protonym:
  Parus cinereus

Avibase ID:
  414DC961B6C4F9A8

Short link:
  https://avibase.ca/414DC961

Taxonomic Serial Number:
TSN: 916513

Geographic range:

  • Parus cinereus cinereus: Java and w Lesser Sundas
  • Parus cinereus caschmirensis: NE Afghanistan to n Pakistan and nw India
  • Parus cinereus decolorans: SE Afghanistan (east of Kabul and south of the Hindu Kush)
  • Parus cinereus ziaratensis: S Afghanistan to n Baluchistan and Pakistan
  • Parus cinereus mahrattarum: SW India (Kerala) and Sri Lanka
  • Parus cinereus stupae: Central and peninsular India
  • Parus cinereus nipalensis: N India to Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and w Myanmar
  • Parus cinereus vauriei: E Assam (Lakhimpur district) and e Arunachal Pradesh
  • Parus cinereus templorum: northeastern Thailand southeast to southern Laos, northern Cambodia, and southern Vietnam
  • Parus cinereus hainanus: Hainan (s China)
  • Parus cinereus ambiguus: SE Myanmar, peninsular Thailand, Malaya and Sumatra
  • Parus cinereus sarawacensis: Borneo (w Sarawak)
  • Parus minor [minor, artatus, wladiwostokensis or kagoshimae]: SE Russia to Japan, Korea, sw China and e Tibet
  • Parus minor tibetanus: SW China to se Tibet; single record from Sikkim
  • Parus minor subtibetanus: S China to se Tibet and nw Myanmar
  • Parus minor nubicolus: SE Myanmar to n Thailand, n Laos and extreme w Tonkin
  • Parus minor dageletensis: Ullung I. (South Korea)
  • Parus minor amamiensis: N Ryukyu Islands (Amami-O-Shima and Tokuno-Shima)
  • Parus minor okinawae: Central Ryukyu Islands (Okinawa and Yagachi)
  • Parus minor commixtus: southern China (south of the Yangtze) to Hong Kong central Vietnam (eastern Tonkin and coastal central Annam)
  • Parus minor nigriloris: S Ryukyu Islands (Ishigaki and Iriomote)
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English:
Cinereous or Japanese Tit
Danish:
Grå Musvit
Finnish:
tuhkatalitiainen
French:
Mésange indienne ou M. de Chine
Dutch:
Grijze Koolmees
Norwegian:
Gråkjøttmeis
Polish:
bogatka orientalna
Portuguese:
Chapim-cinério
Russian:
Серая синица
Slovak:
sýkorka šedivá
Swedish:
grå talgoxe
Chinese:
苍背山雀


Authorities recognizing this taxonomic concept:

Avibase taxonomic concepts (current):
Cinereous or Japanese Tit ( Parus [cinereus or minor])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 03 (March 2015):
Cinereous or Japanese Tit ( Parus [cinereus or minor])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 04 (Aug 2016):
Cinereous or Japanese Tit ( Parus [cinereus or minor])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 05 (Jan 2017):
Cinereous or Japanese Tit ( Parus [cinereus or minor])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 06 (Feb 2018):
Cinereous or Japanese Tit ( Parus [cinereus or minor])
Howard and Moore 4th edition (vol. 1-2):
Cinereous Tit ( Parus cinereus) [version 1]
Howard and Moore 4th edition (incl. corrigenda vol.1-2):
Cinereous Tit ( Parus cinereus) [version 1]

Taxonomic status:

Species status: species group (sometimes a species)

This taxon is a subspecies of Parus [major, cinereus or minor]

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Bengali: বড় তিত
Danish: Grå Musvit
English: Cinereous or Japanese Tit, Cinereous Tit
Estonian: lõuna-rasvatihane
Finnish: tuhkatalitiainen
French: Mésange indienne ou M. de Chine
Hungarian: jávai széncinege
Scientific: Parus [cinereus or minor], Parus cinereus, Parus major cinereus
Dutch: Grijze Koolmees
Norwegian: Gråkjøttmeis
Polish: bogatka orientalna
Portuguese: Chapim-cinério
Russian: Серая синица
Slovak: sýkorka šedivá
Swedish: grå talgoxe
Tamil: Pattani Kuruvi
Thai: นกติ๊ดใหญ่
Chinese: 苍背山雀
Chinese (Traditional): 白頰山雀〔南方大山雀〕

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