2017

1. Campylopterus calcirupicola* Lopes, de Vasconcelos & Gonzaga, 2017 – zapylak zaroślowy – Dry-forest Sabrewing (Apodiformes; Trochilidae)

 Lopes, L.E.; De Vasconcelos, M.F. i Gonzaga, L.P. 2017. A cryptic new species of hummingbird of the Campylopterus largipennis complex (Aves: Trochilidae). Zootaxa 4268(1): 1-33.

* – takson wymagający rozpatrzenia przez SACC.

 

2. Amazona gomezgarzai Silva, Guzmán,  Urantówka i Mackiewicz, 2017 – amazonka błękitnoskrzydła - Blue-winged Amazon (Psittacifrmes, Psittacidae)

 Silva, T.; Guzmán, A.; Urantówka, A.D. i Mackiewicz, P. 2017. A new parrot taxon from the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico—its position within genus Amazona based on morphology and molecular phylogeny. PeerJ 5:e3475

 

3. Scytalopus alvarezlopezi  Stiles, Laverde-R et Cadena, 2017 – krytonosek czarny – Tatamá Tapaculo (Passeriformes, Rhinocriptidae)

Stiles, F.G.; Laverde-R., O. i Cadena, C.D. 2017. „A new species of tapaculo (Rhinocryptidae: Scytalopus) from the Western Andes of Colombia.” The Auk 134 (2): 377–392.

 

4. Sholicola ashambuensis Robin, Vishnudas, Rheindt, Gupta, Hooper, Ramakrishnan et Reddy, 2017 – runniczek stalowy – Ashambu Blue Robin (Passeriformes; Muscicapidae)

Robin, V.V.; Vishnudas, C.K.; Gupta, P.; Rheindt, F.E.; Hooper, D.M.; Ramakrishnan, U. i Reddy, S.. 2017. Two new genera of songbirds represent endemic radiations from the Shola Sky Islands of the Western Ghats, India. BMC Evolutionary Biology 17(31): 1-30.

 

5. Sicalis holmbergi* López-Lanús, 2017 – szafranka złocista – Ventania Yellow Finch (Passeriformes; Thraupidae)

López-Lanús, B. 2017. Una nueva especie de jilguero (Thraupidae: Sicalis) endémica de las Sierras de Ventania, pampa bonaerense, Argentina. Enpp. 475-497: López-Lanús, B. Guía Audiornis de las aves de Argentina, fotos y sonidos; identificación por características contrapuestas y marcas sobre imágenes. Segunda edición. Audiornis Producciones. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

* – gatunek nie zaakceptowany przez SACC (patrz. wniosek 748: Areta, N. i Pearman, M.; kwiecień, 2017)

 

 

 

Gatunki kopalne:

 

1. † Beibeilong sinensis Pu, Zelenitsky, Lü, Currie, Carpenter, Xu, koppelhus, Jia, Xiao, Chuang, Li, Kundrát et Shen, 2017  (Oviraptorosauria, Caenagnathidae)

Pu, H.; Zelenitsky, D.K.; Lü, J.; Currie, P.J.; Carpenter, K.; Xu, L.; Koppelhus, E.B.; Jia, S.; Xiao, L.; Chuang, H.; Li, T.; Kundrát, M. et Shen, C. 2017. „Perinate and eggs of a giant caenagnathid dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of central China”. Nature Communications 8: numer artykułu 14952.

 

2.Corythoraptor jacobsi Lü, Li, Kundrát. Lee, Sun, Kobayashi, Shen, Teng et Liu, 2017 (Oviraptorosauria, Oviraptoridae)

Lü, J; Li, G.; Kundrát, M.; Lee, Y-N.; Sun, Z.; Kobayashi, Y.; Shen, C.; Teng, F.i Liu, H. 2017. „High diversity of the Ganzhou oviraptorid fauna increased by a new “cassowary-like” crested species”. Scientific Reports 7: numer artykułu 6393.

 

3. † Zhongjianosaurus yangi Xu et Qin, 2017 (Deinonychosauria, Dromaeosauridae)

Xu, X i Qin, Z-Ch. 2017. „A new tiny dromaeosaurid dinosaur from the Lower Cretaceous Jehol Group of western Liaoning and niche differentiation among the Jehol dromaeosaurids”. Vertebrata PalAsiatica. W druku. 

 

4. † Jianianhualong tengi Xu, Currie, Pittman, Xing, Meng, Lü, Hu et Yu, 2017 (Deinonychosauria, Troodontidae)

 Xu, X.; Currie, P.; Pittman, M.; Xing, L.; Meng, Q.; Lü, J.; Hu, D. i Yu, C. 2017. „Mosaic evolution in an asymmetrically feathered troodontid dinosaur with transitional features”. Nature Communications 8: numer artykułu 14972.

 

5. † Daliansaurus liaoningensis Shen, Lü, Liu, Kundrát, Brusatte et Gao, 2017 (Deinonychosauria, Troodontidae)

Shen, C.; Lü, J.; Liu, S.; Kundrát, M.; Brusatte, S.L.; Gao, H. 2017. „A new troodontid dinosaur from the Lower Cretaceous Yixian Formation of Liaoning Province, China”. Acta Geologica Sinica (English Edition) 91 (3): 763–780.

 

6. † Liaoningvenator tengi Shen, Zhao, Gao, Lü et Kundrát, 2017  (Deinonychosauria, Troodontidae)

 Shen, C.; Zhao, B.; Gao, H.; Lü, J.; Kundrát, M. 2017. „A New Troodontid Dinosaur (Liaoningvenator curriei gen. et sp. nov.) from the Early Cretaceous Yixian Formation in Western Liaoning Province”. Acta Geoscientica Sinica 38 (3): 359–371.

 

7. Albertavenator curriei Evans, Cullen, Larson et Rego. 2017  (Deinonychosauria. Troodontidae)

 Evans, D.C.; Cullen, T.M.; Larson, D.W. i  Rego, A. 2017. „A new species of troodontid theropod (Dinosauria: Maniraptora) from the Horseshoe Canyon Formation (Maastrichtian) of Alberta, Canada”. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences.

 

8. † Latenivenatrix mcmasterae Van der Reest et Currie, 2017 (Deinonychosauria, Troodontidae)

Van der Reest, A.J. et Currie, P.J. 2017. „Troodontids (Theropoda) from the Dinosaur Park Formation, Alberta, with a description of a unique new taxon: implications for deinonychosaur diversity in North America”. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences. W druku.

 

9.Cruralispennia multidonta Wang, O’Connor, Pan et Zhou, 2017  (Enantiornithes)

 Wang, M.; O’Connor, J.K.; Pan, Y.i Zhou, Z. 2017. A bizarre Early Cretaceous enantiornithine bird with unique crural feathers and an ornithuromorph plough-shaped pygostyle. Nature Communications 8: 14141.

 

10. † Piscivorenantiornis inusitatus Wang et Zhou, 2017 (Enantiornithes)

Wang, M. i Zhou, Z. 2017. „A morphological study of the first known piscivorous enantiornithine bird from the Early Cretaceous of China”. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Edycja online: e1278702.

 

11. † Chupkaornis keraorum Tanaka, Kobayashi, Kurihara, Fiorillo et Kano, 2017  (Hesperornithiformes)

 Tanaka, T.; Kobayashi, Y.; Kurihara, K.;Fiorillo, A.R. i Kano, M. 2017. „The oldest Asian hesperornithiform from the Upper Cretaceous of Japan, and the phylogenetic reassessment of Hesperornithiformes”. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology. Edycja online.

 

12. † Opisthodactylus kirchneri Noriega, Jordan, Vezzosi et Areta, 2017  (Rheiformes, Rheidae)

 Noriega, J.I.; Jordan, E.A; Vezzosi, R.I. i Areta, J.I. 2017. „A new species of Opisthodactylus Ameghino, 1891 (Aves, Rheidae), from the late Miocene of northwestern Argentina, with implications for the paleobiogeography and phylogeny of rheas”. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Edycja Online: e1278005

 

13. † Garrdimalga mcnamarai Shute, Prideaux et Worthy, 2017  (Galliformes, Megapodiidae)

Shute, E.; Prideaux, G.J. i Worthy, T.H. 2017. „Taxonomic review of the late Cenozoic megapodes (Galliformes: Megapodiidae) of Australia”. Royal Society Open Science 4 (6): 170233.

 

14. † Latagallina olsoni Shute, Prideaux et Worthy, 2017  (Galliformes, Megapodiidae)

Shute, E.; Prideaux, G.J. i Worthy, T.H. 2017. „Taxonomic review of the late Cenozoic megapodes (Galliformes: Megapodiidae) of Australia”. Royal Society Open Science 4 (6): 170233.

 

15. † Progura campestris Shute, Prideaux et Worthy, 2017  (Galliformes, Megapodiidae)

Shute, E.; Prideaux, G.J. i Worthy, T.H. 2017. „Taxonomic review of the late Cenozoic megapodes (Galliformes: Megapodiidae) of Australia”. Royal Society Open Science 4 (6): 170233.

 

16.† Miohypotaenidia tanaisensis Zelenkov, Panteleyev et De Pietri, 2017 (Gruiformes, Rallidae)

Zelenkov, N.V.;  Panteleyev, A.V. et De Pietri, V. L. 2017. „Late Miocene rails (Aves: Rallidae) from southwestern Russia”. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments. W druku.

 

17. † Crexica crexica Zelenkov, Panteleyev et De Pietri, 2017 (Gruiformes, Rallidae)

Zelenkov, N.V.;  Panteleyev, A.V. et De Pietri, V. L. 2017. „Late Miocene rails (Aves: Rallidae) from southwestern Russia”. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments. W druku.

 

18. † Vanolimicola longihallucis Mayr, 2017  (?Charadriiformes)

 Mayr, G. 2017. „A small, „wader-like” bird from the Early Eocene of Messel (Germany)”. Annales de Paléontologie. w druku.

 

19. †Diomedavus knapptonensis Mayr et Goedert, 2017 (Procellariiformes, ?Diomedeidae)

 Mayr, G. i Goedert, J.L. 2017. „Oligocene and Miocene albatross fossils from Washington State (USA) and the evolutionary history of North Pacific Diomedeidae”. The Auk 134 (3): 659–671.

 

20.Aprosdokitos mikrotero Hospitaleche, Reguero et Santillana, 2017 (Sphenisciformes)

 Hospitaleche, C.A.; Reguero, M. i Santillana, S. 2017. Aprosdokitos mikrotero gen. et sp. nov., the tiniest Sphenisciformes that lived in Antarctica during the Paleogene”. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie 283 (1): 25–34.

 

21.Macranhinga ameghinoi Diederle et Agnolin, 2017  (Suliformes; Anhingidae)

 Diederle, J.M. i Agnolin, F. 2017. „New anhingid (Aves, Suliformes) from the middle Miocene of Río Negro province, Patagonia, Argentina”. Historical Biology: An International Journal of Paleobiology. Edycja Online.

 

22. † Leucocarbo septentrionalis Rawlence, Till, Easton, Spencer, Schuckard, Melville, Scofield, Tennyson, Rayner, et Waters, 2017  (Suliformes, Phalacrocoracidae)

 Rawlence, N.J.; Till, C.E.; Easton, L,J.; Spencer, H.G.; Schuckard, R.; Melville, D.S.; Scofield, R.P.; Tennyson, A.J.D.; Rayner, M.J. i Waters, J.M. 2017. „Speciation, range contraction and extinction in the endemic New Zealand King Shag complex”. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. W druku.

 

23. Tsidiiyazhi abini Ksepka, Stidham et Williamson, 2017 (Coliiformes, Sandcoleidae)

 Ksepka; T. ; Stidham, A. i Williamson, T.E. 2017. „Early Paleocene landbird supports rapid phylogenetic and morphological diversification of crown birds after the K–Pg mass extinction”. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. w druku.

 

24. Pyrrhula crassa Rando, Pieper, Olson, Pereira et Alcover, 2017 (Passeriformes, Fingillidae)

 Rando, J.C.; Pieper, H.; Olson, S.L.; Pereira, F.; Alcover, J.A. 2017. „A new extinct species of large bullfinch (Aves: Fringillidae: Pyrrhula) from Graciosa Island (Azores, North Atlantic Ocean)”. Zootaxa 4282(3): 567–583.