2014

 

1.  Formicivora paludicola* Buzzetti, Belmonte-Lopes, Reinert, Silveira et Bornschein, 2014 („2013″) – mrówkodławik szuwarowy – São Paulo Marsh Antwren (Passeriformes, Thamnophylidae)

Buzetti, D.R.C.; Belmonte-Lopez, R.; Reinhert, B.L.; Silveira, L.F. i Bornschein, M.R. 2014. („2013″).  „A new species of Formicivora Swainson, 1824 (Thamnophilidae) from the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil”. Revista Brasileira de Ornitologia 21 (4): 269–291.

* – gatunek wymagający rozpatrzenia przez SACC; wstępnie zaakceptowany przez Dickinson et Christidis (2014).

 

2.  Cichlocolaptes mazarbarnetti  Mazar Barnett et Buzzetti, 2014  – cieślik duży – Cryptic treehunter (Passeriformes, Furnariidae)

Mazar Barnett, J. i Buzzetti, D.R.C. 2014. „A new species of Cichlocolaptes Reichenbach 1853 (Furnariidae), the ‚gritador-do-nordeste’, an undescribed trace of the fading bird life of northeastern Brazil”. Rev Bras Ornitol 22 (2): 75–94.

 

3.  Scytalopus gonzagai* Maurício, Belmonte-Lopes, Pacheco, Silveira, Whitney et Bornschein, 2014 – krytonosek popielaty – Bahian Mouse-colored Tapaculo (Passeriformes, Rhinocryptidae)

Maurício G.N.; Belmonte-Lopes, R.; Pacheco, J.F.; Silveira, L.F.; Whitney, B.M. i Bornschein, M.R. 2014. „Taxonomy of ‘‘Mouse-colored Tapaculos’’ (II): An endangered new species from the montane Atlantic Forest of southern Bahia, Brazil (Passeriformes: Rhinocryptidae: Scytalopus)”. Auk 131: 643-659.
* – gatunek zaakceptowany przez SACC

 

4.  Muscicapa sodhii Harris, Rasmussen, Yong, Prawiradilaga, Putra, Round et Rheindt, 2014 – muchołówka celebeska – Sulawesi Streaked Flycatcher (Passeriformes, Muscicapidae)
Harris, J.B.C.; Rasmussen, P. C. ; Yong, D.L.; Prawiradilaga, D.M.; Putra, D.D.; Round P.D. i Rheindt, F.E. 2014. „A New Species of Muscicapa Flycatcher from Sulawesi, Indonesia”. PLoS ONE 9(11): e112657.

 

5.  Dicaeum kuehni Kelly, Kelly, Cooper, Bahrun, Analuddin et Marples, 2014 - Wakatobi flowerpecker  (Passeriformes, Dicaeidae)

Kelly, S.B.A.; Kelly, D.J.; Cooper, N.; Bahrun, A.; Analuddin, K.; Marples, N.M. 2014. „Molecular and Phenotypic Data Support the Recognition of the Wakatobi Flowerpecker (Dicaeum kuehni) from the Unique and Understudied Sulawesi Region”. PLOS ONE 9 (6).

 

6.  Spizelloides arborea (Wilson, A., 1810) – spizela drzewna – American Tree Sparrow (Passeriformes, Emberizidae) (nowy rodzaj; wcześniej gatunek umiejscawiany w rodzajach Passerella i Spizella)

Slager, D.L.; Klicka, J. 2014. „A new genus for the American tree sparrow (Aves: Passeriformes: Passerellidae)”. Zootaxa 3821(3): 398-400,

 

 

Gatunki kopalne:

 

1. Anzu wyliei Lamanna, Sues, Schachner, Lyson, 2014 (Oviraptorsauria, Caenagnathoidae)

Lamanna, M.C.; Sues, H.D.; Schachner, E.R. i Lyson, T.R. 2014. „A New Large-Bodied Oviraptorosaurian Theropod Dinosaur from the Latest Cretaceous of Western North America”. PLoS ONE 9 (3): e92022.

 

2. †Changyuraptor yangi Han, Chiappe, Ji, Habib, Turner, Chinsamy, Liu et Han, 2014 (Deinonychosauria, Dromaeosauridae)

Han, G.; Chiappe, L.M.; Ji, S.-A.; Habib, M.; Turner, A.H.; Chinsamy, A.; Liu, X. i Han, L. 2014. „A new raptorial dinosaur with exceptionally long feathering provides insights into dromaeosaurid flight performance”. Nature Communications 5: 4382.

 

3. Gobivenator mongoliensis Tsuihiji, Barsbold, Watabe, Tsogtbaatar, Chinzorig, Fujiyama et Suzuki, 2014 (Deinonychosauria, Troodontidae)

Tsuihiji, T.; Barsbold, R.; Watabe, M.; Tsogtbaatar, K.; Chinzorig, T.; Fujiyama, Y.; Suzuki, S.  2014. „An exquisitely preserved troodontid theropod with new information on the palatal structure from the Upper Cretaceous of Mongolia”.  Naturwissenschaften 101 (2): 131–142.

 

4. †Jeholornis curvipes Lefèvre, Hu, Escuillié, Dyke et Godefroit, 2014 (Archaeornithes, Jeholornithiformes)
Lefèvre, U.; Hu, D.; Escuillié, F.; Dyke, G. i Godefroit, P. 2014. „A new long-tailed basal bird from the Lower Cretaceous of north-eastern China”. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 113 (3): 790–804.

 

5. †Evgenavis nobilis O’Connor, Averianov et Zelenkov, 2014 (?Confuciusornithiformes)

O’Connor, J.K.; Averianov, A.O. i  Zelenkov, N.V. 2014. „A confuciusornithiform (Aves, Pygostylia)-like tarsometatarsus from the Early Cretaceous of Siberia and a discussion of the evolution of avian hind limb musculature”. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 34 (3): 647–656.

 

6. †Fortunguavis xiaotaizicus Wang, O’Connor et Zhou, 2014 (Enantiornithes)

Wang, M.; O’Connor, J,K. i Zhou, Z. 2014. „A new robust enantiornithine bird from the Lower Cretaceous of China with scansorial adaptations”. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 34 (3): 657–671.

 

7. †Parvavis chuxiongensis Wang, Zhou et Xu, 2014 (Enantiornithes)

Wang, M.; Zhou, Z. i Xu, G. 2014. „The first enantiornithine bird from the Upper Cretaceous of China”. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 34 (1): 135–145.

 

8. †Longusunguis kurochkini Wang, Zhou, O’Connor et  Zelenkov, 2014 (Enantiornithes, Eoenantiornithiformes)

Wang, M.; Zhou, Z-H.; O’Connor, J. K i Zelenkov, N. V. 2014.  „A new diverse enantiornithine family (Bohaiornithidae fam. nov.) from the Lower Cretaceous of China with information from two new species”. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 52 (1): 31–76.

 

9. †Parabohaiornis martini Wang, Zhou, O’Connor et  Zelenkov, 2014 (Enantiornithes, Eoenantiornithiformes)

Wang, M.; Zhou, Z-H.; O’Connor, J. K i Zelenkov, N. V. 2014.  „A new diverse enantiornithine family (Bohaiornithidae fam. nov.) from the Lower Cretaceous of China with information from two new species”. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 52 (1): 31–76.

 

10. †Grabauornis lingyuanensis Dalsätt, Ericson et Zhou, 20144 (Enantiornithes, Eoenantiornithiformes)

Dalsätt, J.; Ericson, P.G.P. i Zhou, Z. 2014. „A New Enantiornithes (Aves) from the Early Cretaceous of China”. Acta Geologica Sinica – English Edition 88 (4): 1034–1040.

 

11. †Iteravis huchzermeyeri Zhou, O’Connor i Wang, 2014 (Euornithes, Chaoyangiformes)

Zhou, S.; O’Connor, J. K. i Wang, M. 2014. „A new species from an ornithuromorph (Aves: Ornithothoraces) dominated locality of the Jehol Biota”. Chinese Science Bulletin 59 (36): 5366–5378.

 

12. †Gansus zheni Liu, Chiappe, Zhang, Bell, Meng Ji et Wang, 2014 (Ornithuromorpha, Gansuiformes; możliwy synonim Iteravis huchzermeyeri)

Di Liu, Luis M. Chiappe, Yuguang Zhang, Alyssa Bell, Qingjin Meng, Qiang Ji and Xuri Wang. 2014. „An advanced, new long-legged bird from the Early Cretaceous of the Jehol Group (northeastern China): insights into the temporal divergence of modern birds”. Zootaxa 3884 (3): 253–266.

 

13. †Tianyuornis cheni Zheng, O’Connor, Wang, Zhang et Wang, 2014 (Euornithes, Hongshanornithidae)

Zheng, X-T; O’Connor, J.K.; Wang, X-L.; Zhang, X-M i Wang, Y. 2014.” New information on Hongshanornithidae (Aves: Ornithuromorpha) from a new subadult specimen”. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 52 (2): 217–232.

 

14. †Australornis lovei Mayr et Scofield, 2014 (Neognathae)

Mayr, G. i Scofield, R.P. 2014. „First diagnosable non-sphenisciform bird from the early Paleocene of New Zealand”. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 44 (1): 48–56.

 

15. †Pelagornis sandersi Ksepka, 2014 (Odontopterygiformes, Pelagornithidae)

Ksepka, D.T. 2014. „Flight performance of the largest volant bird”. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. (w druku)

 

16. †Anas kurochkini  Zelenkov et Pantelejev, 2014 (Anseriformes, Anatidae)

Zelenkov, N.V. i  Panteleyev, A.V. 2014. „Three bird taxa (Aves: Anatidae, Phasianidae, Scolopacidae) from the Late Miocene of the Sea of Azov (Southwestern Russia)”. Paläontologische Zeitschrift. (w druku).

 

17. †Anser djuktaiensis Zelenkov et Kurochkin, 2014 (Anseriformes, Anatidae)

Zelenkov, N.V. i Kurochkin, E.N. 2014. „Two new waterfowl species (Aves: Anseriformes) from the Upper Pleistocene of Yakutia: The first extinct species of Quaternary birds from Russia”. Paleontological Journal 48 (6): 645–654.

 

18. †Bambolinetta lignitifila  (Portis, 1884) (Anseriformes, Anatidae) (nowy rodzaj; wcześniej gatunek przypisywany do rodzaju Anas)

Mayr, G. et Pavia, M. 2014. „On the true affinities of Chenornis graculoides Portis, 1884, and Anas lignitifila Portis, 1884—an albatross and an unusual duck from the Miocene of Italy”. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 34 (4): 914–923.

 

19. †Mergellus mochanovi Zelenkov et Kurochkin, 2014 (Anseriformes, Anatidae)

Zelenkov, N.V. i Kurochkin, EN. 2014. „Two new waterfowl species (Aves: Anseriformes) from the Upper Pleistocene of Yakutia: The first extinct species of Quaternary birds from Russia”. Paleontological Journal 48 (6): 645–654.

 

20. †Mergus milleneri Williams, Tennyson, Sim, 2014 (Anseriformes, Anatidae)

Williams, M.; Tennyson, A.J.D. i Sim, D. 2014. „Island Differentiation of New Zealand’s Extinct Mergansers (Anatidae: Mergini), with Description of a New Species from Chatham Island”. Wildfowl 64: 3–34.

 

21. †Sobniogallus albinojamrozi Tomek, Bocheński, Wertz et Świdnicka, 2014 (Galliformes, incertae sedis)

Tomek, T.; Bocheński, Z. M.; Wertz, K. i Świdnicka, E. 2014. „A new genus and species of a galliform bird from the Oligocene of Poland”. Palaeontologia Electronica 17 (3): numer artykułu 17.3.38A.

 

22. †Protoazin parisiensis Mayr et De Pietri, 2014 (Opisthocomiformes, Opisthocomidae)

Mayr, G. i De Pietri, V.L. . 2014. „Earliest and first Northern Hemispheric hoatzin fossils substantiate Old World origin of a “Neotropic endemic””.  Naturwissenschaften 101 (2): 143–148.

 

23. †Galligeranoides boriensis Bourdon, Mourer-Chauvire et Laurent, 2014 (Gruiformes, Geranoididae)

Bourdon, E.; Mourer-Chauvire, C. i Laurent, Y. 2014. „The birds (Aves) from the Early Eocene of La Borie, southern France”. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica (w druku).

 

24. †Baselrallus intermedius De Pietri et Mayr, 2014 (Gruiformes, Rallidae)

De Pietri, V.L. i Mayr, G. 2014. „Reappraisal of early Miocene rails (Aves, Rallidae) from central France: diversity and character evolution”. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research (w druku).

 

25. Eudyptes calauina Chávez Hoffmeister, Carrillo Briceño, et Nielsen, 2014 (Sphenisciformes, Spheniscidae)

Chávez Hoffmeister, M.; Carrillo Briceño, J.D. i  Nielsen, S.N. 2014. „The Evolution of Seabirds in the Humboldt Current: New Clues from the Pliocene of Central Chile”. PlosOne 9 (3): e90043.

 

26. †Plotornis graculoides (Portis, 1884) (Procellariiformes, Diomedeidae) (nowy kombinacja; wcześniej gatunek przypisywany do rodzaju Chenornis, jako przedstawiciel Anseriformes)

Mayr, G. et Pavia, M. 2014. „On the true affinities of Chenornis graculoides Portis, 1884, and Anas lignitifila Portis, 1884—an albatross and an unusual duck from the Miocene of Italy”. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 34 (4): 914–923.

 

27. †Limnofregata hutchisoni Stidham, 2014 (Pelecaniformes, Fregatidae)

Stidham, T.A. 2015. „A new species of Limnofregata (Pelecaniformes: Fregatidae) from the Early Eocene Wasatch Formation of Wyoming: implications for palaeoecology and palaeobiology”. Palaeontology 58 (2): 239–249.

 

28. †Nectornis africanus Mayr, 2014 (Pelecaniformes, Phalacrocoracidae)

Mayr, G. 2014. „On the middle Miocene avifauna of Maboko Island, Kenya”. Geobios 47 (3): 133–146.

 

29. †Genucrassum bransatensis De Pietri et Scolfield, 2014 (Charadriiformes; Burhinidae)

De Pietri, V. L. i Scolfield, R.P. 2014 „The earliest European record of a Stone-curlew (Charadriiformes, Burhinidae) from the late Oligocene of France.” Journal of Ornithology 155 (2): 421-426.

 

30. †?Nupharanassa mabokoensis Mayr, 2014 (Charadriiformes, Jacanidae)

Mayr, G. 2014. „On the middle Miocene avifauna of Maboko Island, Kenya”. Geobios 47 (3): 133–146.

 

31. †Gallinago azovica  Zelenkov et Pantelejev, 2014 (Charadriiformes, Scolopacidae)

Zelenkov, N.V. i  Panteleyev, A.V. 2014. „Three bird taxa (Aves: Anatidae, Phasianidae, Scolopacidae) from the Late Miocene of the Sea of Azov (Southwestern Russia)”. Paläontologische Zeitschrift. (w druku).

 

32. †Aegypius tugarinovi  Manegold et Zelenkov, 2014 (Accipitriformes, Accipitriidae)

Manegold, A. i Zelenkov, N. 2014. „A new species of Aegypius vulture from the early Pliocene of Moldova is the earliest unequivocal evidence of Aegypiinae in Europe”. Paläontologische Zeitschrift (w druku).

 

33. †Aegypius varswaterensis Manegold, Pavia et Haarhoff, 2014 (Accipitriformes, Accipitridae)

Manegold, A; Pavia M i Haarhoff, P. 2014. „A new species of Aegypius vulture (Aegypiinae, Accipitridae) from the early Pliocene of South Africa”. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 34 (6): 1394–1407.

 

34. †Tyto richae Pavia, Manegold et Haarhoff, 2014 (Strigiformes, Tytonidae)

Pavia, M.; Manegold, A. i Haarhoff, P. 2014. „Early Pliocene owls from Langebaanweg, South Africa, with first evidence of the genus Athene south of the Sahara and the description of a new species of Tyto„. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica (w druku).

 

35. †Athene inexpectata Pavia, Manegold et Haarhoff, 2014 (Strigiformes, Tytonidae)

Pavia, M.; Manegold, A. i Haarhoff, P. 2014. „Early Pliocene owls from Langebaanweg, South Africa, with first evidence of the genus Athene south of the Sahara and the description of a new species of Tyto„. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica (w druku).

 

36. †?Ibidopodia chavrochensis De Pietri et Mayr, 2014 (Cariamiformes, Idiornithidae)

De Pietri, V.L. i Mayr, G. 2014. „The enigmatic Ibidopodia from the early Miocene of France—the first Neogene record of Cariamiformes (Aves) in Europe”. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 34 (6): 1470–1475.

 

37. †?Ibidopodia minuta De Pietri et Mayr, 2014 (Cariamiformes, Idiornithidae)

De Pietri, V.L. i Mayr, G. 2014. „The enigmatic Ibidopodia from the early Miocene of France—the first Neogene record of Cariamiformes (Aves) in Europe”. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 34 (6): 1470–1475.

 

38. †Caracara seymouri Suárez et Olson, 2014 (Falconiformes, Falconidae)

William Suárez i Storrs L. Olson . 2014. „A new fossil species of small crested caracara (Aves: Falconidae: Caracara) from the Pacific lowlands of western South America”. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 127 (2): 299–310.

 

39. †Falco hezhengensis Li, Zhou, Deng, Li et Clarke, 2014 (Falconiformes, Falconidae)

Li, Z.; Zhou, Z.; Deng, T.; Li, Q. i Clarke, J.A. 2014. „A falconid from the Late Miocene of northwestern China yields further evidence of transition in Late Neogene steppe communities”. The Auk 131 (3): 335–350.

 

40. †Nestor chathamensis Wood, Mitchell, Scofield, Tennyson, Fidler, Wilmshurst, Llamas et Cooper, 2014  (Psittaciformes, Strigopidae)

Wood, J.R.; Mitchell, K.J.; Scofield, R.P.; Tennyson, A.J.D.; Fidler, A.E.; Wilmshurst, J.M.; Llamas, B. i Cooper, A. 2014. „An Extinct Nestorid Parrot (Aves, Psittaciformes, Nestoridae) from the Chatham Islands, New Zealand”. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 172 (1): 185–199.

 

41. †Cryptopsar ischyrhynchus Hume, 2014 (Passeriformes, Sturnidae)

Hume, J.P. 2014. „Systematics, morphology, and ecological history of the Mascarene starlings (Aves: Sturnidae) with the description of a new genus and species from Mauritius”. Zootaxa 3849 (1): 1–75.