2016

 

 

1. Zoothera salimalii Alström, Rasmussen, Zhao, Xu, Dalvi, Cai, Guan, Zhang, Kalyakin, Lei et Olsson, 2016 – drozdoń tybetański – Himalayan Forest Thrush (Passeriformes, Turdidae)

Alström, P.; Rasmussen, P. C.; Zhao, Ch.; Xu, J.; Dalvi, S.; Cai, T.; Guan, Y.; Zhang, R.; Kalyakin, M. V.; Lei, F.i Olsson, U. 2016. „Integrative taxonomy of the Plain-backed Thrush (Zoothera mollissima) complex (Aves, Turdidae) reveals cryptic species, including a new species”. Avian Research 7 (1): 1–39.

 

2. Sporophila iberaensis Di Giacomo et Kopuchian, 2016 – ziarnojadek szarogłowy – Ibera Seedeater (Passeriformes, Thraupidae)

Di Giacomo, A.S i Kopuchian, C. 2016. „Una nueva especie de capuchino (Sporophila: Thraupidae) de los Esteros del Iberá, Corrientes, Argentina.” Nuestras Aves 61: 3-5.

(gatunek wymagający rozpatrzenia przez SACC; takson ten został wcześniej opisany pod nazwą Sporophila digiacomoi (López-Lanús, 2015) – zob. SACC – Remsen et al., 2015)

 

3. Stiphrornis dahomeyensis Voelker, Tobler, Prestridge, Duijm, Groenenberg, Hutchinson, Martin, Nieman, Roselaar et Huntley, 2016 – afrorudzik dahomejski – Dahomey Forest Robin (Passeriformes, Muscicapidae)

 Voelker, G.; Tobler, M.; Prestridge, H.L.; Duijm, E.; Groenenberg, D.; Hutchinson, M.R. ; Martin, A.D.; Nieman, A.; Roselaar, C.S. i Huntley, J.W. 2016. Three new species of Stiphrornis (Aves: Muscicapidae) from the Afrotropics, with a molecular phylogenetic assessment of the genus. Systematics and Biodiversity, w druku.

 

4. Stiphrornis inexpectatus Voelker, Tobler, Prestridge, Duijm, Groenenberg, Hutchinson, Martin, Nieman, Roselaar et Huntley, 2016 – afrorudzik brązowawy – Ghana Forest Robin (Passeriformes, Muscicapidae)

 Voelker, G.; Tobler, M.; Prestridge, H.L.; Duijm, E.; Groenenberg, D.; Hutchinson, M.R. ; Martin, A.D.; Nieman, A.; Roselaar, C.S. i Huntley, J.W. 2016. Three new species of Stiphrornis (Aves: Muscicapidae) from the Afrotropics, with a molecular phylogenetic assessment of the genus. Systematics and Biodiversity, w druku.

 

5. Stiphrornis rudderi Voelker, Tobler, Prestridge, Duijm, Groenenberg, Hutchinson, Martin, Nieman, Roselaar et Huntley, 2016 – afrorudzik kongijski – Rudder’s Forest Robin (Passeriformes, Muscicapidae)

 Voelker, G.; Tobler, M.; Prestridge, H.L.; Duijm, E.; Groenenberg, D.; Hutchinson, M.R. ; Martin, A.D.; Nieman, A.; Roselaar, C.S. i Huntley, J.W. 2016. Three new species of Stiphrornis (Aves: Muscicapidae) from the Afrotropics, with a molecular phylogenetic assessment of the genus. Systematics and Biodiversity, w druku.

 

 

 Gatunki kopalne:

 

1. †Fukuivenator paradoxus Azuma, Xu, Shibata, Kawabe, Miyata et Imai, 2016 (Maniraptora indet.)

Azuma, Y.; Xu, X.; Shibata, S.; Kawabe, S.; Miyata, K. i Imai, T. 2016. „A bizarre theropod from the Early Cretaceous of Japan highlighting mosaic evolution among coelurosaurians”. Scientific Reports 6: numer artykułu 20478.

 

2. Tongtianlong limosus Lü, Chen, Brusatte, Zhu et Shen, 2016 (Oviraptorosauria, Oviraptoridae)

Lü, J.; Chen, R.; Brusatte, S.L.; Zhu, Y. i Shen, C .2016. „A Late Cretaceous diversification of Asian oviraptorid dinosaurs: evidence from a new species preserved in an unusual posture”. Scientific Reports 6: numer artyku 35780.

 

3.Apatoraptor pennatus (Oviraptorosauria, Caenagnathidae)

Funston, G.F. i Currie. P.J.  2016. „A new caenagnathid (Dinosauria: Oviraptorosauria) from the Horseshoe Canyon Formation of Alberta, Canada, and a reevaluation of the relationships of Caenagnathidae”. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 36(4). Edycja online: e1160910

 

4. †Chongmingia zhengi Wang, Wang, Wang et Zhou, 2016 (Avialae incertae sedis)

Wang, M.; Wang, X.; Wang, Y. i Zhou, Z. 2016. „A new basal bird from China with implications for morphological diversity in early birds”. Scientific Reports 6: numer artykułu 19700.

 

5. Chiappeavis magnapremaxillo O’Connor, Wang, Zheng, Hu, Zhang et Zhou, 2016 (Enantiornithes, Pengornithidae)

O’Connor, J. K.; Wang, X.; Zheng, X.; Hu, H.; Zhang, X. i Zhou, Z. 2016. „An enantiornithine with a fan-shaped tail, and the evolution of the rectricial complex in early birds”. Current Biology 26 (1): 114–119.

 

6. †Linyiornis amoena Wang, Wang, O’connor, Wang, Zheng et Zhang 2016. (Enantiornithes)

Wang, Y.; Wang, M.; O’connor, J.K.; Wang, X.; Zheng, X. i Zhang, X. 2016. „A new Jehol enantiornithine bird with three-dimensional preservation and ovarian follicles”. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Edycja online 36 (2): e1054496.

 

7. †Monoenantiornis sihedangia Hu et O’Connor, 2016 (Enantiornithes)

 Hu, H. i O’Connor, J.K.. 2016. „First species of Enantiornithes from Sihedang elucidates skeletal development in Early Cretaceous enantiornithines”. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology. Edycja Online.

 

8.†Changzuiornis ahgmi Huang, Wang, Hu, Liu, Peteya, et Clarke, 2016 (Euornithes)

Huang, J.; Wang, X.; Hu, Y.;  Liu, J.; Peteya, J.A. i Clarke, J.A. 2016. „A new ornithurine from the Early Cretaceous of China sheds light on the evolution of early ecological and cranial diversity in birds”. PeerJ 4: e1765.

 

9. †Bellulornis rectusunguis Wang, Zhou et Zhou, 2016 (Euornithes)

Wang, M.; Zhou, Z. i Zhou, S. 2016. „A new basal ornithuromorph bird (Aves: Ornithothoraces) from the Early Cretaceous of China with implication for morphology of early Ornithuromorpha”. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 176 (1): 207–223.

 

10. †Dingavis longimaxilla O’Connor, Wang et Hu, 2016 (Euornithes)

O’Connor, J.K.; Wang, M. i Hu, H. 2016.. „A new ornithuromorph (Aves) with an elongate rostrum from the Jehol Biota, and the early evolution of rostralization in birds”. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology. Edycja online.

 

11.†Tingmiatornis arctica Bono, Clarke, Tarduno et Brinkman, 2016 (Euornithes, Ornihurae)

 Bono, R.K; Clarke, J.; Tarduno, J.A. i Brinkman, D. 2016. „A Large Ornithurine Bird (Tingmiatornis arctica) from the Turonian High Arctic: Climatic and Evolutionary Implications”. Scientific Reports 6: numer artykułu 38876.

 

12. †Hesperornis lumgairi Aotsuka i Sato, 2016 (Hesperornithiformes, Hesperornithidae)

Aotsuka, K. i Sato, T. 2016. „Hesperornithiformes (Aves: Ornithurae) from the Upper Cretaceous Pierre Shale, Southern Manitoba, Canada”. Cretaceous Research 63: 154–169. 

 

13. †Calciavis grandei Nesbitt et Clarke, 2016 (Lithornithiformes, Lithornithidae)

 Nesbitt, S.J. i Clarke, J.A. 2016. „The anatomy and taxonomy of the exquisitely preserved Green River Formation (early Eocene) lithornithids (Aves) and the relationships of Lithornithidae”. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 406: 1–91.

 

14. †Eurobambusicola turolicus Zelenkov, 2016 (Galliformes, Phasianidae)

Zelenkov, N.V. 2016. „РЕВИЗИЯ НЕВОРОБЬИНЫХ ПТИЦ ПОЛГАРДИ (ВЕНГРИЯ, ВЕРХНИЙ МИОЦЕН). 2. Galliformes”. Paleontological Journal 50 (6): 79-91.

 

15. †Mioryaba magyarica Zelenkov, 2016 (Galliformes, Phasianidae)

Zelenkov, N.V. .2016. „РЕВИЗИЯ НЕВОРОБЬИНЫХ ПТИЦ ПОЛГАРДИ (ВЕНГРИЯ, ВЕРХНИЙ МИОЦЕН). 2. Galliformes”. Paleontological Journal 50 (6): 79-91.

 

16. †Syrmaticus phasianoides (Janossy, 1991) (Galliformes, Phasianidae; nowa kombinacja gatunek opisany jako Pavo aesculapi phasianoides)

Zelenkov, N.V. .2016. „РЕВИЗИЯ НЕВОРОБЬИНЫХ ПТИЦ ПОЛГАРДИ (ВЕНГРИЯ, ВЕРХНИЙ МИОЦЕН). 2. Galliformes”. Paleontological Journal 50 (6): 79-91.

 

17. †Dromornis murrayi Worthy, Warren, Handley, Archer and Hand, 2016 (Anseriformes, Dromornithidae)

Worthy, T.H.; Warren, W.D.; Handley, D.; Archer, M. and Hand, S.J. 2016. „The extinct flightless mihirungs (Aves, Dromornithidae): cranial anatomy, a new species, and assessment of Oligo-Miocene lineage diversity”. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 36 (3): e1031345.

 

18. †Wilaru prideauxi De Pietri, Scolfield, Zelenkov, Boles and Worthy, 2016 (Anseriformes, Presbyornithidae)

De Pietri, V.L.; Scofield, R.P; Zelenkov, N.; Boles, W.E. i Worthy, T.H. 2016. „The unexpected survival of an ancient lineage of anseriform birds into the Neogene of Australia: the youngest record of Presbyornithidae”. Royal Society Open Science 3 (2): 150635.

 

19. †Protomelanitta bakeri Stidham et Zelenkov, 2016 (Anseriformes, Anatidae)

Stidham, T.A. i Zelenkov , N.V.2016. „North American–Asian aquatic bird dispersal in the Miocene: evidence from a new species of diving duck (Anseriformes: Anatidae) from North America (Nevada) with affinities to Mongolian taxa”. Alcheringa: An Australasian Journal of Palaeontology. w druku.

 

20. †Rallus nanus (Gruiformes, Rallidae; nowa kombinacja, wcześniejsza nazwa Rallus minutus Alcover et al.,2015 była zajęta)

Alcover, J.A.; Pieper, H.; Pereira, F. i Rando, J.C. 2016. „Rallus nanus nomen novum: a replacement name for Rallus minutus Alcover et al. 2015″. Zootaxa 4085 (1): 141–142.

 

21. Centropus bairdi Shute, Prideaux et Worthy, 2016 (Cuculiformes, Cuculidae)

Shute, E.;  Prideaux, G.J. i Worthy, T.H. .2016. „Three terrestrial Pleistocene coucals (Centropus: Cuculidae) from southern Australia: biogeographical and ecological significance”. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 177 (4): 964–1002.

 

22. Centropus maximus Shute, Prideaux et Worthy, 2016 (Cuculiformes, Cuculidae)

Shute, E.;  Prideaux, G.J. i Worthy, T.H. .2016. „Three terrestrial Pleistocene coucals (Centropus: Cuculidae) from southern Australia: biogeographical and ecological significance”. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 177 (4): 964–1002.

 

23. †Cypseloramphus dimidius Mayr, 2016 (?Caprimulgiformes)

Mayr, G. 2016. „Fragmentary but distinctive: three new avian species from the early Eocene of Messel, with the earliest record of medullary bone in a Cenozoic bird”. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie – Abhandlungen 279 (3): 273–286.

 

24. †Chionoides australiensis De Pietri, Scofield, Hand, Tennyson et Worthy, 2016 (Charadriiformes, Chionoidea)

De Pietri, V.L.;  Scofield, R.P.;  Hand, S.J. ; Tennyson, A.J.D. i Worthy, T.H. 2016. „Sheathbill-like birds (Charadriiformes: Chionoidea) from the Oligocene and Miocene of Australasia”. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand. Edycja Online.

 

25. †Neilus sansomae De Pietri, Scofield, Hand, Tennyson et Worthy, 2016 (Charadriiformes, Chionoidea)

 De Pietri, V.L.;  Scofield, R.P.;  Hand, S.J. ; Tennyson, A.J.D. i Worthy, T.H. 2016. „Sheathbill-like birds (Charadriiformes: Chionoidea) from the Oligocene and Miocene of Australasia”. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand. Edycja Online.

 

26. †Gallinago kakuki Steadman et Takano, 2016 (Charadriiformes, Scolopacidae)

 Steadman, D.W. i Takano, O.M. 2016. „A new extinct species of Snipe (Aves: Scolopacidae: Gallinago) from the West Indies”. Zootaxa 4109 (3): 345–358.

 

27. †Uria onoi Watanabe, Matsuoka et Hasegawa, 2016 (Charadriiformes, Alcidae)

Watanabe, J.; Matsuoka, H. i Hasegawa, Y. 2016. „Two species of Uria (Aves: Alcidae) from the Pleistocene of Shiriya, northeast Japan, with description and body mass estimation of a new species”. Bulletin of the Gunma Museum of Natural History 20: 59–72.

 

28. Olympidytes thieli Mayr et Goedert, 2016 (Pelecaniformes, Plotopteridae)

Mayr, G. i Goedert, J. L. 2016. „New late Eocene and Oligocene remains of the flightless, penguin-like plotopterids (Aves, Plotopteridae) from western Washington State, U.S.A.”. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 36(4): e1163573.

 

29. Klallamornis abyssa Mayr et Goedert, 2016 (Pelecaniformes, Plotopteridae)

Mayr, G. i Goedert, J. L. 2016. „New late Eocene and Oligocene remains of the flightless, penguin-like plotopterids (Aves, Plotopteridae) from western Washington State, U.S.A.”. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 36(4): e1163573.

 

30. †?Klallamornis clarki Mayr et Goedert, 2016 (Pelecaniformes, Plotopteridae)

Mayr, G. i Goedert, J. L. 2016. „New late Eocene and Oligocene remains of the flightless, penguin-like plotopterids (Aves, Plotopteridae) from western Washington State, U.S.A.”. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 36(4): e1163573.

 

31. †Notoleptos giglii Acosta Hospitaleche et Gelfo, 2016 (Procellariiformes, Diomedeidae)

Acosta Hospitaleche, C. i Gelfo, J. N. 2016. „Procellariiform remains and a new species from the latest Eocene of Antarctica”. Historical Biology: An International Journal of Paleobiology. Edycja online.

 

32. †Lapillavis incubarens Mayr, 2016 (?Trogoniformes)

Mayr, G. 2016. „Fragmentary but distinctive: three new avian species from the early Eocene of Messel, with the earliest record of medullary bone in a Cenozoic bird”. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie – Abhandlungen 279 (3): 273–286.

 

33. †Mioneophron longirostris Li, Clarke, Zhou et Deng, 2016. (Accipitriformes, Accipitridae)

 Li, Z.; Clarke, J.A.; Zhou, Z. et Deng, T. 2016. „New Old World vulture from the late Miocene of China sheds light on Neogene shifts in the past diversity and distribution of the Gypaetinae”. The Auk 133 (4): 615–625.

 

34. †Eostrix gulottai Mayr, 2016  (Strigiformes, Protostrigidae)

Mayr, G. 2016. „The world’s smallest owl, the earliest unambiguous charadriiform bird, and other avian remains from the early Eocene Nanjemoy Formation of Virginia (USA)”. PalZ (Paläontologische Zeitschrift). w druku.

 

35. †Bubo ibericus Meijer, Pavia, Madurell-Malapeira et Alba, 2016 (Strigiformes, Strigidae)

 Meijer, H.J.M.; Pavia, M.; Madurell-Malapeira, J.; Alba, D.A. 2016. „A revision of fossil eagle owls (Aves: Strigiformes:Bubo) from Europe and the description of a new species, Bubo ibericus, from Cal Guardiola (NE Iberian Peninsula)”. Historical Biology: An International Journal of Paleobiology. W druku.

 

36.†Antarctoboenus carlinii Cenizo, Noriega et Reguero, 2016 (Falconiformes)

Cenizo, M.; Noriega, J.I. i Reguero, M.A. 2016. „A stem falconid bird from the Lower Eocene of Antarctica and the early southern radiation of the falcons”.  Journal of Ornithology 157 (3): 885–894.

 

37.Phalcoboenus napieri Adams et Woods, 2016 (Falconiformes, Falconidae)

Adams, M.P. i Woods, R.W. 2016. „Mid-Holocene Falkland Islands bird bones from a peat deposit, including a new species of caracara”. Emu (w druku).

 

38.†Septencoracias morsensis Bourdon, Kristoffersen i Bonde, 2016 (Coraciiformes, Primobucconidae)

 Bourdon, E.; Kristoffersen, A.V. i Bonde, N. 2016. „A roller-like bird (Coracii) from the Early Eocene of Denmark”. Scientific Reports. 6: numer artykułu 34050.

 

39. †Primozygodactylus longibrachium Mayr, 2016 (Zygodactylidae)

Mayr, G. 2016. „New species of Primozygodactylus from Messel and the ecomorphology and evolutionary significance of early Eocene zygodactylid birds (Aves, Zygodactylidae)”. Historical Biology: An International Journal of Paleobiology. Edycja Online.

 

40. †Primozygodactylus quintus Mayr, 2016 (Zygodactylidae)

Mayr, G. 2016. „New species of Primozygodactylus from Messel and the ecomorphology and evolutionary significance of early Eocene zygodactylid birds (Aves, Zygodactylidae)”. Historical Biology: An International Journal of Paleobiology. Edycja Online.

 

41. †Pseudoseisuropsis wintu Stefanini, Gómez et Tambussi, 2016 (Passeriformes, Furnariidae)

Stefanini, M.I.; Gómez, R.O. i Tambussi, C.P. 2016. „A new species of the Pleistocene furnariid Pseudoseisuropsis (Aves, Passeriformes)”. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 36(3): e1100630.

 

42. †Daphoenositta trevorworthyi Nguyen, 2016 (Passeriformes, Neosittidae)

Nguyen, J.M.T. 2016. „Australo-Papuan treecreepers (Passeriformes: Climacteridae) and a new species of Sittella (Neosittidae: Daphoenositta) from the Miocene of Australia”. Palaeontologia Electronica 19 (1): numer artykułu 19.1.1A.