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Dark-eyed, Guadalupe, Yellow-eyed or Baird's Junco

Junco [hyemalis, insularis, phaeonotus or bairdi] (= Junco hyemalis) (Linnaeus, 1758)




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Classification
Order:
  Passeriformes
Family:
  Passerellidae
Genus:
   Junco
Scientific:
  Junco hyemalis


Original description

Citation:
  (Linnaeus, 1758)

Reference:
  Syst.Nat.ed.10 p.183

Protonym:
  Fringilla hyemalis

Link:
  http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.542


Avibase identifiers

Avibase ID:
  A30224621956E9C9

Avibase ID:
  avibase-A3022462

Short link:
  https://avibase.ca/A3022462


Taxonomic Serial Number:
  TSN: 179410

Geographic range:

  • Junco hyemalis hyemalis: N Alaska and Yukon to n-central US; > to n Mexico
  • Junco hyemalis carolinensis: Appalachian Mountains to n Georgia
  • Junco hyemalis cismontanus: S-c Yukon to w-c Alberta; > to n Baja and central Texas
  • Junco hyemalis oreganus: Coastal se Alaska to cent. Br. Col.; > to cent. California
  • Junco hyemalis [thurberi or mutabilis]: western United States. Breeds from southern Oregon south to southern California, and east to western Nevada; winters from Oregon south to northern Mexico (northern Baja Califoria) and east to Arizona and southwestern New Mexico
  • Junco hyemalis montanus: Interior Br. Col. and sw Alberta to e Oregon, w Montana, c Idaho
  • Junco hyemalis shufeldti: W slopes of coastal mts. from sw British Columbia to w Oregon
  • Junco hyemalis pinosus: Coastal ranges of California (San Francisco to s Monterey Co.)
  • Junco hyemalis pontilis: Mountains of n Baja California (Sierra Juárez)
  • Junco hyemalis townsendi: Mountains of n Baja California (San Pedro Mártir)
  • Junco hyemalis mearnsi: SE Alberta, sw Saskatchewan to e Idaho, Montana, ne Wyoming
  • Junco hyemalis aikeni: SE Montana to w South Dakota, ne Wyoming and nw Nebraska
  • Junco hyemalis caniceps: western United States. Breeds in mountains from southern Idaho east to Wyoming, south to southeastern California, eastern Nevada, and northern Arizona and New Mexico; winters from Utah and Colorado south to northern Mexico and east to southwestern Texas
  • Junco hyemalis dorsalis: Mts. of New Mexico, n Arizona and extreme w Texas
  • Junco insularis: Oak-pine forests of Guadalupe I. (off w Baja California)
  • Junco phaeonotus phaeonotus: Mts. of c and s Mexico (Jalisco to Hidalgo, Veracruz and Oaxaca)
  • Junco phaeonotus palliatus: Mts. of s Arizona, sw New Mexico and n Mexico
  • Junco phaeonotus fulvescens: Mts. of s Mexico (interior of Chiapas)
  • Junco phaeonotus alticola: Mts. of s Mexico (se Chiapas) and w Guatemala
  • Junco bairdi: Mts. of s Baja California (Sierra de la Laguna)
  • Show more...
English:
Dark-eyed, Guadalupe, Yellow-eyed or Baird's Junco
French:
Junco ardoisé, J. de Guadalupe, J. aux yeux jaunes ou J. de Baird


Authorities recognizing this taxonomic concept:

Avibase taxonomic concepts (current):
Dark-eyed, Guadalupe, Yellow-eyed or Baird's Junco ( Junco [hyemalis, insularis, phaeonotus or bairdi])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 04 (Aug 2016):
Dark-eyed, Guadalupe, Yellow-eyed or Baird's Junco ( Junco [hyemalis, insularis, phaeonotus or bairdi])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 05 (Jan 2017):
Dark-eyed, Guadalupe, Yellow-eyed or Baird's Junco ( Junco [hyemalis, insularis, phaeonotus or bairdi])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 06 (Feb 2018):
Dark-eyed, Guadalupe, Yellow-eyed or Baird's Junco ( Junco [hyemalis, insularis, phaeonotus or bairdi])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 07 (Feb 2020):
Dark-eyed, Guadalupe, Yellow-eyed or Baird's Junco ( Junco [hyemalis, insularis, phaeonotus or bairdi])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 08 (Feb 2021):
Dark-eyed, Guadalupe, Yellow-eyed or Baird's Junco ( Junco [hyemalis, insularis, phaeonotus or bairdi])

Taxonomic status:

Species status: species group (sometimes a species)

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Other synonyms


Czech: strnadec zimní
Welsh: Junco llygeitu
Danish: Mørkøjet Junco
German: Winterammer
English: Dark-eyed, Guadalupe, Yellow-eyed or Baird's Junco
Spanish: Junco Pizarroso
Spanish (Mexico): Junco ojo oscuro
Estonian: välusidrik
Finnish: tummajunkko
Faroese: Vetrarspurvur
French: Junco ardoisé, J. de Guadalupe, J. aux yeux jaunes ou J. de Baird
Irish: Luachairín Shúildubh
Hebrew: יונקו
Hungarian: füstös junkó
Icelandic: Vetrartittlingur
Italian: Junco occhiscuri
Japanese (romaji): yukihimedori
Japanese: ユキヒメドリ
Scientific: Fringilla hyemalis, Junco [hyemalis, insularis, phaeonotus or bairdi], Junco hyemalis, Junco hyemalis hyemalis
Lithuanian: Pilkasis junkas
Dutch: Grijze Junco
Norwegian: Vinterjunko
Polish: junko
Portuguese: Junco
Russian: Юнко
Slovak: strnádlik sivý
Slovenian: sivi junko
Swedish: Mörkögd junco
Turkish: kara gÖzlü junko
Ukrainian: Юнко сірий
Chinese: 暗眼灯草鹀
Chinese (Traditional): 灰藍燈草鵐

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