2019

 

1. Cercococcyx lemaireae Boesman et Collar, 2019 – kukułka melodyjna – Whistling Long-tailed Cuckoo  (Cuculiformes, Cuculidae)

Boesman, P. i Collar, N.J. 2019. Two undescribed species of bird from West Africa. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club 139(2): 147–159.

 

2. Buccanodon dowsetti Boesman et Collar, 2019 – wąsalik gwinejski – Western Yellow-spotted Barbet  (Piciformes, Lybiidae)

Boesman, P. i Collar, N.J. 2019. Two undescribed species of bird from West Africa. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club 139(2): 147–159.

 

3. Pycnonotus pseudosimplex Shakya, Lim, Moyle, Rahman, Lakim et Sheldon, 2019 – bilbil jasnooki – Cream-eyed Bulbul (Passeriformes, Pycnonotidae)

 Shakya, S.B.; Chuan Lim, H.; Moyle, R.G.;  Abdul Rahman, M.; Lakim, M. i Sheldon, F.H. 2019. A cryptic new species of bulbul from Borneo. Bulletin of British Ornithology Club 139(1): 46-55.

 

4. Zosterops sp. nov. – „Wangi wangi white-eye”  O’Connell, Kelly, Lawless, O’Brien, Ó Marcaigh, Karya, Analuddin et Marples, 2019 (Passeriformes, Zosteropidae)

 O’Connell, D.P.; Kelly, D.J.; Lawless, N.; O’Brien, K.; Ó Marcaigh, F.; Karya, A.; Analuddin, K. i Marples, N.M. 2019. A sympatric pair of undescribed white-eye species (Aves: Zosteropidae: Zosterops) with different origins. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society: zlz022.

 

Gatunki kopalne:

 

1. † Ambopteryx longibrachium Wang, O’Connor, Xu et Zhou, 2019 (Scansoriopterygidae)

Wang, M.; O’Connor, J.K.; Xu, X. et Zhou, Z. 2019. A new Jurassic scansoriopterygid and the loss of membranous wings in theropod dinosaurs. Nature 569 (7755): 256–259.

 

2. † Alcmonavis poeschli  Rauhut, Tischlinger et Foth, 2019 (?Archaeopterygiformes)

Rauhut, O.W.M.; Tischlinger, H. et  Foth , Ch. 2019. A non-archaeopterygid avialan theropod from the Late Jurassic of southern Germany. eLife 8: e43789.

 

3. Lingyuanosaurus sihedangensis Xi, Liao, Sullivan et Xu, 2019 (Therizinosauria)

 Xi, Y,; Liao, Ch-ch; Sullivan, C. i Xu, X. 2019. A new transitional therizinosaurian theropod from the Early Cretaceous Jehol Biota of China. Scientific Reports 9: 5026.

 

4. † Shishugounykus inexpectus Qin, Clark, Choiniere et Xu, 2019 (Alvarezsauria, Alvarezsauridae)

Qin, Z.; Clark, J.; Choiniere, J. i Xu, X. 2019. A new alvarezsaurian theropod from the Upper Jurassic Shishugou Formation of western China. Scientific Reports 9 (1): 11727.

 

5. † Xingtianosaurus ganqi  Qiu, Wang, Wang, Li, Zhang et Ma, 2019 (Oviraptorosauria, Caudipterygidae)

Qiu, R.; Wang, X; Wang, Q.; Li, N.; Zhang, J i Ma, Y. 2019. A new caudipterid from the Lower Cretaceous of China with information on the evolution of the manus of Oviraptorosauria. Scientific Reports 9: 6431.

 

6. † Gobiraptor minutus Sungjin, Lee, Chinsamy, Lü, Barsbold et Tsogtbaatar, 2019 (Oviraptorosauria, Oviraptoridae)

 Sungjin, L.; Lee, Y-N; Chinsamy, A.; Lü; J.; Barsbold, R. i Tsogtbaatar, K. 2019. A new baby oviraptorid dinosaur (Dinosauria: Theropoda) from the Upper Cretaceous Nemegt Formation of Mongolia. PLoS ONE 14 (2): e0210867.

 

7. † Hesperornithoides miessleri Hartman, Mortimer, Wahl, Lomax, Lippincott et Lovelace, 2019 (?Deinonychosauria, ?Troodontidae)

Hartman, S.; Mortimer, M.; Wahl, W.R.; Lomax, D.R.; Lippincott, J. i Lovelace, D.M. 2019. A new paravian dinosaur from the Late Jurassic of North America supports a late acquisition of avian flight. PeerJ 7: e7247.

 

8. † Imperobator antarcticus Ely et Case, 2019 (?Deinonychosauria, ?Dromaeosauridae)

 Ely, R.C. i Case, J.A. 2019. Phylogeny of a new gigantic paravian (Theropoda; Coelurosauria; Maniraptora) from the Upper Cretaceous of James Ross Island, Antarctica. Cretaceous Research. W druku.

 

9. † Avimaia schweitzerae  Bailleul, O’Connor, Zhang, Li, Wang, Lamanna, Zhu et Zhou. 2019. (Enantiornithes)

 Bailleul, A.M.; O’Connor, J.; Zhang, S.; Li, Z.; Wang, Q.; Lamanna, M.C.; Zhu, X. i Zhou, Z. 2019. An Early Cretaceous enantiornithine (Aves) preserving an unlaid egg and probable medullary bone. Nature Communications 10 (1275).

 

10. † Elektorornis chenguangi Xing, O’Connor, Chiappe, McKellar, Carroll, Hu, Bai et Lei, 2019 (Enantiornithes)

 Xing, L.; O’Connor, J.K.; Chiappe, L.M.; McKellar, R.C.; Carroll, N.; Hu, H.; Bai, M. i Lei, F. 2019. A new enantiornithine bird with unusual pedal proportions found in amber. Current Biology 29 (14): 2396–2401.e2.

 

11. Shangyang graciles Wang et  Zhou, 2019 (Enantiornithes)

Wang, M i Zhou, Z. 2019. A new enantiornithine (Aves: Ornithothoraces) with completely fused premaxillae from the Early Cretaceous of China. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology. Edycja online: 1–14.

 

12. † Camptodontornis yangi (Li, Gong, Zhang, Yang i Hou, 2010), Demirjian, 2019 (Enantiornithes, Longipterygidae; zmiana nazwy rodzajowej z Camptodontus)

 Li L.; Gong, E-p.; Zhang, L-d.; Yang, Y-j i  Hou, L-h. 2010. A new enantiornithine bird (aves) from the Early Cretaceous of Liaoning, China. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 49 (4): 524–531.

 Demirjian, V. .2019. Camptodontornis gen. nov., a replacement name for the bird genus Camptodontus Li, Gong, Zhang, Yang, and Hou, 2010, a junior homonym of Camptodontus Dejean, 1826. Zootaxa 4612 (3): 440.

 

13. † Pachystruthio dmanisensis (Burchak-Abramovich et Vekua, 1990) Zelenkov, Lavrov, Startsev, Vislobokova i Lopatin, 2019 – struś olbrzymi – Giant Ostrich (Struthioniformes, rodzina incertae sedis; transfer z rodzaju Struthio do Pachystruthio)

Burchak-Abramovich, N. I. i Vekua, A. K. . 1990. The fossil ostrich Struthio dmanisensis sp. n. from the Lower Pleistocene of eastern Georgia. Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 33:121–1

Zelenkov, N.V.; Lavrov, A.V.; Startsev, D.B.; Vislobokova, I.A. i Lopatin, A.V. 2019. A giant early Pleistocene bird from eastern Europe: unexpected component of terrestrial faunas at the time of early Homo arrival. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. W druku: e1605521.

 

14. †  Pachystruthio transcaucasicus Burchak-Abramovich et Vekua, 1971  (Struthioniformes, rodzina incertae sedis; transfer z rodzaju Struthio do Pachystruthio)

Burchak-Abramovich, N. I. i Vekua, A.K.. 1971. The fossil ostrich from the Akchagil layers of Georgia. Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 16:1–26.

Zelenkov, N.V.; Lavrov, A.V.; Startsev, D.B.; Vislobokova, I.A. i Lopatin, A.V. 2019. A giant early Pleistocene bird from eastern Europe: unexpected component of terrestrial faunas at the time of early Homo arrival. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. W druku: e1605521.

 

15. Pachystruthio pannonicus Kretzoi, 1954 (Struthioniformes, rodzina incertae sedis; transfer z rodzaju Struthio do Pachystruthio)

Kretzoi, M. 1954. Ostrich and camel remains from the Central Danube basin. Acta Geologica 2:231–242.

Zelenkov, N.V.; Lavrov, A.V.; Startsev, D.B.; Vislobokova, I.A. i Lopatin, A.V. 2019. A giant early Pleistocene bird from eastern Europe: unexpected component of terrestrial faunas at the time of early Homo arrival. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. W druku: e1605521.

 

16.Conflicto antarcticus Tambussi, Degrange, De Mendoza, Sferco et Santillana, 2019 (Anseriformes)

 Tambussi, C.P.; Degrange, F.J.; De Mendoza, R.S.; Sferco, E. i Santillana, S. 2019. A stem anseriform from the early Palaeocene of Antarctica provides new key evidence in the early evolution of waterfowl. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. W druku.

 

17. † Naranbulagornis khun Zelenkov, 2019 (Anseriformes)

 Zelenkov, N.V. 2019. A swan-sized anseriform bird from the late Paleocene of Mongolia. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Edycja online: e1531879.

 

18. † Protodontopteryx ruthae Mayr, De Pietri, Love, Mannering et Scofield, 2019 (Odontopterygiformes, Pelagornithidae)

 Mayr, G.; De Pietri, V.L.; Love, L.; Mannering, A. i Scofield, R.P. 2019. Oldest, smallest and phylogenetically most basal pelagornithid, from the early Paleocene of New Zealand, sheds light on the evolutionary history of the largest flying birds. Papers in Palaeontology. Edycja online. doi:10.1002/spp2.1284.

 

19. † Xorazmortyx turkestanensis Zelenkov et Panteleyev, 2019 (Galliformes, Paraortygidae)

Zelenkov, N.V. i  Panteleyev, A.V. 2019. A small stem-galliform bird (Aves: Paraortygidae) from the Eocene of Uzbekistan. Comptes Rendus Palevol. W druku.

 

20. † Dryolimnas chekei Hume, 2019 (Gruiformes, Rallidae)

Hume, J.P. 2019. Systematics, morphology and ecology of rails (Aves: Rallidae) of the Mascarene Islands, with one new species. Zootaxa 4626 (1): 1–107.

 

21. † ?Crossvallia waiparensis Mayr, De Pietri, Love, Mannering et Scofield, 2019 (Sphenisciformes, Spheniscidae)

Mayr, G.; De Pietri, V.L.; Love, L.; Mannering, A. i Scofield, R.P. 2019. Leg bones of a new penguin species from the Waipara Greensand add to the diversity of very large-sized Sphenisciformes in the Paleocene of New Zealand. Alcheringa: An Australasian Journal of Palaeontology, w druku: 1–18.

 

22. † Eudyptes warhami Cole, Ksepka, Mitchell, Tennyson, Thomas, Pan, Zhang, Rawlence, Wood, Bover, Bouzat, Cooper, Fiddaman, Hart, Miller, Ryan, Shepherd, Wilmshurst et Waters, 2019  (Sphenisciformes, Spheniscidae)

Cole, T.L.; Ksepka, D.T.; Mitchell, K.J.; Tennyson, A.J.D.; Thomas, D.B.; Pan, H.; Zhang, G.; Rawlence, N.J.; Wood, J.R.; Bover, P.; Bouzat, J.L.; Cooper, A.; Fiddaman, S.; Hart, T.; Miller, G.; Ryan, P.G.; Shepherd, L.D.; Wilmshurst, J.M. i Waters, J.M. 2019. Mitogenomes uncover extinct penguin taxa and reveal island formation as a key driver of speciation. Molecular Biology and Evolution 36 (4): 784–797.

 

23. †  Aldiomedes angustirostris Mayr et Tennyson, 2019 (Procellariiformes, Diomedeidae)

 Mayr, G. i Tennyson, A.J.D. 2019. A small, narrow‐beaked albatross from the Pliocene of New Zealand demonstrates a higher past diversity in the feeding ecology of the Diomedeidae. Ibis, w druku.

 

24. † Taphophoyx hodgei Steadman et Takano, 2019 (Pelecaniformes, Ardeidae)

 Steadman, D.W.i Takano, O.M. 2019. A new genus and species of heron (Aves: Ardeidae) from the late Miocene of Florida. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 55 (9): 174–186.

 

25. † Geronticus thackerayi Pavia, 2019 (Pelecaniformes, Threskiornithidae)

 Pavia, M. 2019. Geronticus thackerayi, sp. nov. (Aves, Threskiornithidae), a new ibis from the hominin-bearing locality of Kromdraai (Cradle of Humankind, Gauteng, South Africa). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Edycja online: e1647433.

 

26. Cherevychnavis umanskae Bocheński,Wertz, Tomek et Gorobets, 2019 (Charadriiformes, Charadrii)

Bocheński, Z.M.; Wertz, K.; Tomek, T. i Gorobets, L. 2019. A new species of the late Miocene charadriiform bird (Aves: Charadriiformes), with a summary of all Paleogene and Miocene Charadrii remains. Zootaxa 4624 (1): 41–58.

 

27. † ?Laurillardia smoleni Mayr, Bocheński, Tomek, Wertz, Bieńkowska-Wasiluk et Manegold, 2019 (Bucerotiformes, ?Laurillardiidae)

 Mayr, G.; Bocheński, Z.M.; Tomek, T.; Wertz, K.; Bieńkowska-Wasiluk, M. i Manegold, A. 2019. Skeletons from the early Oligocene of Poland fill a significant temporal gap in the fossil record of upupiform birds (hoopoes and allies). Historical Biology: An International Journal of Paleobiology Edycja online: 1–13.

 

28. † Heracles inexpectatus Worthy, Hand, Archer, Scofield et De Pietri, 2019 (Psittaciformes, Strigopidae)

 Worthy, T.H.; Hand, S.J.; Archer, M.; Scofield, R.P. i De Pietri, V.L. 2019. Evidence for a giant parrot from the Early Miocene of New Zealand. Biology Letters  15 (8): ID 20190467.

 

29. Zygodactylus ochlurus Hieronymus, Waugh et Clarke, 2019 (?Passeriformes, Zygodactylidae)

 Hieronymus, T.L.; Waugh, D.A i  Clarke, J.A. 2019. A new zygodactylid species indicates the persistence of stem passerines into the early Oligocene in North America. BMC Evolutionary Biology 19 (1): artykuł 3.

 

30. Eofringillirostrum boudreauxi  Ksepka, Grande et  Mayr, 2019 (Pan-Passeriformes, Psittacopedidae)

 Ksepka, D.T.; Grande, L. i Mayr, G. 2019. Oldest finch-beaked birds reveal parallel ecological radiations in the earliest evolution of passerines. Current Biology 29 (4): 657–663.

 

31. Eofringillirostrum parvulum Ksepka, Grande et  Mayr, 2019 (Pan-Passeriformes, Psittacopedidae)

 Ksepka, D.T.; Grande, L. i Mayr, G. 2019. Oldest finch-beaked birds reveal parallel ecological radiations in the earliest evolution of passerines. Current Biology 29 (4): 657–663.

 

32. Dasyornis walterbolesi Nguyen, 2019 (Passeriformes, Dasyornithidae)

 Nguyen, J.M.T. 2019. A new species of bristlebird (Passeriformes, Dasyornithidae) from the early Miocene of Australia. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. W druku.