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Eastern Subalpine Warbler

Curruca cantillans (Pallas, 1764)

The eastern subalpine warbler is a small typical warbler which breeds in the southernmost areas of Europe. It was first described by the German naturalist Peter Simon Pallas in 1764 and given the binomial name Motacilla cantillans. The specific cantillans is Latin for "warbling" from canere, "to sing". Source: Wikipedia




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Classification
Order:
  Passeriformes
Family:
  Sylviidae
Genus:
   Curruca
Scientific:
  Curruca cantillans


Original description

Citation:
  (Pallas, 1764)

Reference:
  Cat.Ois.[Vroeg]Adumbr. p.4 no.177

Protonym:
  Motacilla (cantillans)

Link:
  


Avibase identifiers

Avibase ID:
  B13D68B156442119

Avibase ID:
  avibase-B13D68B1

Short link:
  https://avibase.ca/B13D68B1


Taxonomic Serial Number:
  TSN: 563187

Geographic range:

  • Curruca cantillans cantillans: breeds Italy (except for Sardinia); winter range not well-defined, presumably in western Sahara and western Sahel
  • Curruca cantillans albistriata: breeds northeastern Italy and the Balkans east to western Turkey; winters in the central and eastern Sahel, east to Sudan
English:
Eastern Subalpine Warbler
Catalan:
Tallarol de garriga
Czech:
pěnice vousatá
Danish:
Rødstrubet Sanger
German:
Balkan-Bartgrasmücke
Spanish:
Curruca Carrasqueña Oriental
Spanish (Spain):
Curruca carrasqueña oriental
Finnish:
idänrusokerttu
French:
Fauvette des Balkans
Croatian:
Bjelobrka Grmuša
Hungarian:
Bajszos poszáta
Icelandic:
Kampasöngvari
Italian:
Sterpazzolina
Japanese (romaji):
chabaramushikui
Japanese:
シラヒゲムシクイ
Lithuanian:
Alpinė devynbalsė
Dutch:
Balkanbaardgrasmus
Norwegian:
Rødstrupesanger
Polish:
pokrzewka wąsata
Portuguese:
toutinegra-de-bigodes
Russian:
Рыжегрудая славка
Slovak:
penica fúzatá
Serbian:
Grmuša crvenovoljka
Swedish:
Rödstrupig sångare
Ukrainian:
кропив’янка червоновола
Chinese:
亚高山林莺
Chinese (Traditional):
亞高山林鶯


Authorities recognizing this taxonomic concept:

Avibase taxonomic concepts (current):
Eastern Subalpine Warbler ( Curruca cantillans) [version 1]
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 02 (May 2014):
Eastern Subalpine Warbler ( Sylvia cantillans)
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 03 (March 2015):
Eastern Subalpine Warbler ( Curruca cantillans)
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 04 (Aug 2016):
Eastern Subalpine Warbler ( Curruca cantillans)
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 05 (Jan 2017):
Eastern Subalpine Warbler ( Curruca cantillans)
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 06 (Feb 2018):
Eastern Subalpine Warbler ( Curruca cantillans)
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 07 (Feb 2020):
Eastern Subalpine Warbler ( Curruca cantillans)
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 08 (Feb 2021):
Eastern Subalpine Warbler ( Curruca cantillans) [version 1]
Clements, version 2021:
Eastern Subalpine Warbler ( Curruca cantillans) [version 1]
eBird version 2021:
Eastern Subalpine Warbler ( Curruca cantillans) [version 2]
Howard and Moore 4th edition (vol. 1-2):
Eastern Subalpine Warbler ( Curruca cantillans) [version 3]
Howard and Moore 4th edition (incl. corrigenda vol.1-2):
Eastern Subalpine Warbler ( Curruca cantillans) [version 3]
IOC World Bird Names, version 10.2:
Eastern Subalpine Warbler ( Curruca cantillans) [version 1]
IOC World Bird Names, version 11.1:
Eastern Subalpine Warbler ( Curruca cantillans) [version 1]
IOC World Bird Names, version 11.2:
Eastern Subalpine Warbler ( Curruca cantillans) [version 1]
IOC World Bird Names, version 12.1:
Eastern Subalpine Warbler ( Curruca cantillans) [version 1]
Working Group Avian Checklists, version 0.01:
Eastern Subalpine Warbler ( Curruca cantillans) [version 1]

Taxonomic status:

Species status: full species (sometimes nominal subspecies)

This taxon is considered a subspecies of Curruca [cantillans or iberiae] (sensu lato) by some authors

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Other synonyms


Arabic: هَازِجَةٌ مُغَرِّدَةٌ شَرْقِيَّةٌ
Asturian: Papuda Roxa
Bulgarian: Червеногушо коприварче
Catalan: Tallarol de garriga
Catalan (Balears): Busqueret de garriga
Montenegrin: bjelobrka grmuša, бјелобрка грмуша
Montenegrin (Cyrillic): бјелобрка грмуша
Czech: pěnice vousatá
Welsh: Telor brongoch
Danish: Hvidskægget Sanger, Rødstrubet Sanger
German: Balkan-Bartgrasmücke, Weißbart-Grasmücke
Greek: (Ανατολικός) Κοκκινοτσιροβάκος, Κοκκινοτσιροβάκος
Greek (Cypriot): Μαυροφτέρι
English: Eastern Subalpine Warbler
English (IOC): Eastern Subalpine Warbler
English (United States): Eastern Subalpine Warbler
Esperanto: barbstria silvio
Spanish: Curruca Carrasqueña, Curruca Carrasqueña Oriental
Spanish (Spain): Curruca Carrasqueña, Curruca carrasqueña oriental
Estonian: punakurk-põõsalind
Basque: Txinbo papargorrizta
Finnish: idänrusokerttu, rusorintakerttu
Faroese: Kinnhvítur ljómari
French: Fauvette des Balkans, Fauvette passerinette
Friulian: moratule de mostacje
Irish: Ceolaire Fa-Alpach
Galician: Papuxa carrasqueira
Hebrew: סבכי רונן
Croatian: Bjelobrka Grmuša
Hungarian: Bajszos poszáta
Icelandic: Kampasöngvari
Italian: Sterpazzolina, Sterpazzolina orientale
Japanese (romaji): chabaramushikui
Japanese: シラヒゲムシクイ
Kara-Kalpak: таў шымшық
Scientific: Curruca cantillans, Curruca cantillans cantillans, Motacilla (cantillans), Sylvia cantillans, Sylvia cantillans cantillans
Lithuanian: Alpine devynbalse, Alpinė devynbalsė
Latvian: sarkanrīkles ķauķis
Macedonian: црвеногушесто грмушарче, Црвеногушо коприварче
Moldavian: Silvie roșcată
Maltese: Bufula Passajra
Dutch: Baardgrasmus, Balkanbaardgrasmus
Norwegian: Rødstrupesanger
Polish: pokrzewka wasata, pokrzewka wąsata
Portuguese: Toutinegra-carrasqueira, toutinegra-de-bigodes
Portuguese (Portugal): Toutinegra-de-bigodes, toutinegra-dos-balcãs
Romansh: Fustgetta barbet
Romanian: Silvie roşcată
Russian: Рыжегрудая славка
Northern Sami: Ruksesraddevizar
Slovak: penica fúzatá
Slovenian: taščična penica, Vzhodna taščična penica
Albanian: Bilbilthi gushëkuq
Serbian: Grmuša crvenovoljka, riđogrla grmuša
Swedish: Rödstrupig sångare
Turkish: Bıyıklı Ötleğen
Tatar: җирән түшле әрәмә чыпчыгы
Ukrainian: кропив’янка червоновола, Кропив'янка червоновола
Chinese: 亚高山林莺
Chinese (Traditional): 亞高山林鶯

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