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Wood, Kashmir or Siberian Nuthatch
Sitta [europaea or cashmirensis] (= Sitta europaea) Linnaeus, 1758
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Order:
  Passeriformes
Family:
  Sittidae
Genus:
  Sitta

Scientific:
  Sitta europaea

Citation:
  Linnaeus, 1758

Reference:
  Syst.Nat.ed.10 p.115

Protonym:
  Sitta europaea

Avibase ID:
  202CD0A1C27FA184

Short link:
  https://avibase.ca/202CD0A1

Taxonomic Serial Number:
TSN: 563018

Geographic range:

  • Sitta europaea europaea: Scandinavia and Russia to Volga and Vyatka basins and Ukraine
  • Sitta europaea caesia: Britain to Denmark, Carpathian Mts., Pyrénées and Balkan Pen.
  • Sitta europaea hispaniensis (hispaniensis): Iberian Peninsula
  • Sitta europaea hispaniensis (atlas): Morocco
  • Sitta europaea cisalpina: southern Switzerland (south of the Alps), mainland Italy, Sicily, and western coastal Balkans, south to southwestern Montenegro
  • Sitta europaea levantina: W Asia Minor, Levant and s Turkey (e to Euphrates River)
  • Sitta europaea caucasica: N and ne Turkey, Caucasus region and Transcaucasia
  • Sitta europaea persica: Zagros Mountains (sw Iran)
  • Sitta europaea rubiginosa: SE Transcaucasia (Talyshskiye and Gory mountains) to n Iran
  • Sitta europaea asiatica: central Russia east to the western shore of Lake Baikal, south to Kazakhstan and western Mongolia
  • Sitta europaea baicalensis: southeastern Siberia, from region south and east of Lake Baikal, east to the Sea of Okhotsk and northeastern China
  • Sitta europaea takatsukasai: southern Kuril Islands (Iturup and Urup)
  • Sitta europaea clara: southern Kuril Islands (Kunashir and Shikotan) and northern Japan (Hokkaido)
  • Sitta europaea sakhalinensis: Sakhalin (Russia)
  • Sitta europaea albifrons: northeastern Russia (southern Koryak Highlands and the Kamchatka Peninsula) and northern Kuril Islands (Paramushir)
  • Sitta europaea roseilia: southern Japan (southern Kyushu)
  • Sitta europaea amurensis: SE Russia to ne China, Korea and Honshu (n Japan)
  • Sitta europaea hondoensis: central and southern Japan (Honshu, Shikoku, and northern Kyushu)
  • Sitta europaea bedfordi: Cheju-Do Islands (Korea)
  • Sitta europaea seorsa: NW China (e Tien Shan Mountains of n Xinjiang)
  • Sitta europaea sinensis: central and eastern China
  • Sitta europaea formosana: Taiwan
  • Sitta arctica: N-central Siberia to Anadyr River (e Russia)
  • Sitta cashmirensis: Mts. of ne Afghanistan to n Pakistan, nw India and nw Nepal
  • Show more...
Source: Clements checklist

English:
  Wood, Kashmir or Siberian Nuthatch
Czech:
  brhlík lesní
German:
  Kleiber
Danish:
  Spætmejse
Spanish:
  Sita de Eurasia
Finnish:
  pähkinänakkeli
French:
  Sittelle torchepot ou S. du Cachemire
Icelandic:
  Hnotigða
Italian:
  Picchio muratore
Japanese:
  gojuukara
Japanese:
  ゴジュウカラ
Dutch:
  Boomklever
Norwegian:
  Spettmeis
Polish:
  kowalik
Portuguese:
  Trepadeira-azul
Russian:
  Поползень
Slovak:
  brhlík lesný
Swedish:
  Nötväcka
Chinese:
  普通䴓


Authorities recognizing this taxonomic concept:

Avibase taxonomic concepts (current):
   Wood, Kashmir or Siberian Nuthatch ( Sitta [europaea or cashmirensis])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 01 (August 2013):
   Wood, Kashmir or Siberian Nuthatch ( Sitta [europaea or cashmirensis])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 02 (May 2014):
   Wood, Kashmir or Siberian Nuthatch ( Sitta [europaea or cashmirensis])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 03 (March 2015):
   Wood, Kashmir or Siberian Nuthatch ( Sitta [europaea or cashmirensis])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 04 (Aug 2016):
   Wood, Kashmir or Siberian Nuthatch ( Sitta [europaea or cashmirensis])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 05 (Jan 2017):
   Wood, Kashmir or Siberian Nuthatch ( Sitta [europaea or cashmirensis])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 06 (Feb 2018):
   Wood, Kashmir or Siberian Nuthatch ( Sitta [europaea or cashmirensis])
Clements 1st edition:
   Eurasian Nuthatch ( Sitta europaea) [version 1]
Clements 3rd edition:
   Eurasian Nuthatch ( Sitta europaea) [version 1]
Morony, Bock and Farrand:
   Eurasian Nuthatch ( Sitta europaea) [version 1]
James Lee Peters:
    Sitta europaea [version 1]
James Lee Peters (original):
    Sitta europaea [version 1]
James Lee Peters (2nd edition):
    Sitta europaea [version 1]

Taxonomic status:

Species status: species group (sometimes a species)

This taxon is a subspecies of Sitta [europaea, cashmirensis or nagaensis]

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Other synonyms

Asturian: Martarinete
Azerbaijani: Adi sitta
Belarusian: Звычайны кавалік
Bulgarian: Горска зидарка
Breton: Ar pokerig-kraoñ
Catalan: Pica-soques blau
Czech: Brhlík lesní
Welsh: Cnocell y cnau, Delor y cnau, Telor y cnau
Danish: Spætmejse
German: Kleiber, Spechtmeise
Greek: Δενδροτσοπανάκος, Δεντροτσοπανάκος
English: Eurasian Nuthatch, European Nuthatch, Nuthatch, Wood Nuthatch, Wood, Kashmir or Siberian Nuthatch
Esperanto: sito
Spanish: Sita de Eurasia, Trepador azul, Trepador común
Estonian: Puukoristaja
Basque: Garrapo, Garrapoa, Pica-soques blau
Finnish: Pähkinänakkeli
Faroese: Rennisveinur
French: Sittelle torchepot, Sittelle torchepot ou S. du Cachemire, Torchepot
Frisian: Blauspjocht
Irish: Cnóshnag
Gaelic: Sgoltan
Galician: Gabeador azul, Pica-soques blau
Manx: Scolteyder croiyn
Hebrew: סיטה אירופית
Croatian: Brgljez, Obični brglijez
Hungarian: Csuszka
Armenian: [Sovorakan Sitegh ], Սովորական Սիտեղ
Icelandic: Hnotigða
Italian: Picchio muratore, Picchio muratore europeo
Japanese: gojuukara, Gojuu-kara
Japanese: ゴジュウカラ, ゴジュウガラ
Japanese (Kanji): 五十雀
Georgian: ჩვეულებრივი ცოცია
Khakas: Чочылас
Kazakh: Орман кєктекесі
Kazakh (Transliteration): orman kök-tekesi
Korean: 동고비, 아물동고비(동고비)
Korean (Transliteration): amul-donggobi
Cornish: Terrer know
Latin: Sitta [europaea or cashmirensis], Sitta europaea, Sitta europaea europaea
Luxembourgish: Kuesleefer
Limburgish: Azuurmees
Lithuanian: bukutis, Vilkutis
Latvian: Dzilnītis
Macedonian: Обичен (Шумски) лазач
Mongolian: Тоншголжин
Mongolian (Bichig): ᠦᠷᠣᠨ᠎ᠠ ᠶᠢᠨ ᠲᠣᠩᠰᠢᠭᠣᠯᠵᠢᠨ
Mongolian (Cyrillic, Inner Mongolia): Модон шогшоо
Mongolian (Transliteration): modoŋ shogshoo
Dutch: Boomklever
Norwegian: Spettmeis
Polish: Kowalik, kowalik (zwyczajny), Kowalik skandynawski, kowalik zwyczajny
Pinyin: chá-fù shī
Portuguese: trepadeira azul, Trepadeira-azul
Romansh: pitgarel
Romanian: Țiclean
Russian: европейский поползень, Обыкновенный поползень, Поползень, Поползень обыкновенный
Scots: Sgoltan
Slovak: Brhlík lesný, Brhlík obyčajný
Slovenian: brglez, evroazijski brglez
Albanian: Zvarritësi i zakonshëm
Serbian: brgljez, brgljez puzavac, puzavac, Брглјез, Бргљез, Пузавац
Swedish: Nötväcka
Turkish: Sıvacı, Sıvacı kuşu, sıvacıkuşu, syvacykuşu
Tuvinian: Дүлей-көк, Көк-деген, Көк-төш, Чолдак-көк
Ukrainian: Повзик
Vietnamese: Trèo cây bụng hung, Trèo cây đít hung
Chinese: [cha-fu shi], [chuan shu pi], [putong shi], [sang zher], 普通䴓, 普通____, 普通鳾, 松枝儿, 穿树皮, 茶腹鳾
Chinese (Traditional): 普通鳾
Chinese (Taiwan, Traditional): 茶腹鳾
Chinese (Taiwan): [cha-fu shi], 茶腹鳾

 

         

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