2021

 

 

  1. Megascops alagoensis Dantas, Weckstein, Bates, Oliveira, Catanach et Aleixo, 2021 – syczoń atlantycki – Alagoas Screech Owl

Dantas, S.M., Weckstein, J.D.; Bates, J.; Oliveira, J.N.; Catanach, T.A. i Aleixo, A.. 2021. Multi-character taxonomic review, systematics, and biogeography of the Black-capped/Tawny-bellied Screech Owl (Megascops atricapilla-M. watsonii) complex (Aves: Strigidae). Zootaxa 4949(3): 401-444.

 

  1. Megascops stangiae Dantas, Weckstein, Bates, Oliveira, Catanach et Aleixo, 2021 – syczoń ciemny – Xingu Screech Owl

Dantas, S.M., Weckstein, J.D.; Bates, J.; Oliveira, J.N.; Catanach, T.A. i Aleixo, A.. 2021. Multi-character taxonomic review, systematics, and biogeography of the Black-capped/Tawny-bellied Screech Owl (Megascops atricapilla-M. watsonii) complex (Aves: Strigidae). Zootaxa 4949(3): 401-444.

 

  1. Trogon muriciensis Dickens, Bitton, Bravo et Silveira, w druku – trogon atlantycki – Alagoas Black-throated Trogon (Trogonidae – trogony)

Dickens, J.K.; Bitton, P.-P.; Bravo, G.A. i Silveira. L.F. 2021. Species limits, patterns of secondary contact and a new species in the Trogon rufus complex (Aves: Trogonidae). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society zlaa169 (w druku).

 

  1. Cisticola bakerorum – Fjeldså, Dinesen, Davies, Irestedt, Krabbe, Hansen et Bowie, 2021 – Kilombero Cisticola (Passeriformes, Cisticolidae)

Fjeldså, J.; Dinesen, L. ; Davies, O.R.; Irestedt, M.; Krabbe, N.K.; Hansen, L.A. i Bowie, R.C.K. 2021. Description of two new Cisticola species endemic to the marshes of the Kilombero floodplain of southwestern Tanzania. Ibis (w druku).

 

  1. Cisticola anderseni - Fjeldså, Dinesen, Davies, Irestedt, Krabbe, Hansen et Bowie, 2021 – White-tailed Cisticola (Passeriformes, Cisticolidae)

Fjeldså, J.; Dinesen, L. ; Davies, O.R.; Irestedt, M.; Krabbe, N.K.; Hansen, L.A. i Bowie, R.C.K. 2021. Description of two new Cisticola species endemic to the marshes of the Kilombero floodplain of southwestern Tanzania. Ibis (w druku).

 

Gatunki kopalne:

 

1. † Shri devi Turner, Montanari et Norell, 2021 (Deinonychosauria, Dromaeosauridae)

Turner, A.H.; Montanari, S i Norell, M.A. 2021. A new dromaeosaurid from the Late Cretaceous Khulsan locality of Mongolia. American Museum Novitates 2020 (3965): 1–48.

 

2. † Tamarro insperatus Turner, Montanari et Norell, 2021 (Deinonychoauria, Troodontidae)

Sellés, A.G.; Vila, B.; Brusatte, S.L.; Currie, P.J.; Galobart, À. A fast-growing basal troodontid (Dinosauria: Theropoda) from the latest Cretaceous of Europe. Scientific Reports 11 (1): 4855.

 

3. † Apteryx littoralis Tennyson et Tomotani, 2021 (Apterygiformes, Apterygidae)

Tennyson A.J. i Tomotani, B.M. 2021. A new fossil species of kiwi (Aves: Apterygidae) from the mid-Pleistocene of New Zealand”. Historical Biology: An International Journal of Paleobiology. Edycja online: 1–9.

 

4. † Bumbalavis anatoides Zelenkov, 2021 (Anseriformes, Presbyornithidae)

Zelenkov, N.V. 2021. A revision of the Palaeocene-Eocene Mongolian Presbyornithidae (Aves: Anseriformes). Paleontological Journal 55 (3).

 

 5. † Palaeogeranos tourmenti Louchart et Duhamel, 2021 (Gruiformes, ?Gruidae)

Louchart, A i Duhamel, A. 2021. A new fossil from the early Oligocene of Provence (France) increases the diversity of early Gruoidea and adds constraint on the origin of cranes (Gruidae) and limpkin (Aramidae). Journal of Ornithology: w druku.

 

6. †Procellaria altirostris Tennyson et Tomotani (Procellariformes, Procellaridae)

Tennyson, A.J. i Tomotani, B.M. 2021. A new fossil species of Procellaria (Aves: Procellariiformes) from the Pliocene of New Zealand. Papéis Avulsos de Zoologia 61: e20216116.

 

7. † Eopelecanus aegyptiacus El Adli, Wilson Mantilla, Antar et Gingerich, 2021 (Pelecaniformes, Pelecanidae)

El Adli, J.J.; Wilson Mantilla, J.A.; Antar, M.S.M. i Gingerich, P.D. 2021. The earliest recorded fossil pelican, recovered from the late Eocene of Wadi Al-Hitan, Egypt. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology (w druku).

 

8. † Bitumenpicus minimus Campbell et Bocheński, 2021 (Piciformes, Picidae)

Campbell, K.E. i Bocheński, Z.M. 2021. A review of the woodpeckers (Aves: Piciformes) from the asphalt deposits of Rancho La Brea, California, with the description of three new species. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments: w druku.

 

9. † Breacopus garretti Campbell et Bocheński, 2021 (Piciformes, Picidae)

Campbell, K.E. i Bocheński, Z.M. 2021. A review of the woodpeckers (Aves: Piciformes) from the asphalt deposits of Rancho La Brea, California, with the description of three new species. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments: w druku.

 

10.† Melanerpes shawi Campbell et Bocheński, 2021 (Piciformes, Picidae)

Campbell, K.E. i Bocheński, Z.M. 2021. A review of the woodpeckers (Aves: Piciformes) from the asphalt deposits of Rancho La Brea, California, with the description of three new species. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments: w druku.

 

11. † Ueekenkcoracias tambussiae Degrange, Pol, Puerta, et Wilf, 2021 (Coraciiformes, Coraciidae)

Degrange, F.J.; Pol, D.; Puerta, P. i Wilf, P. 2021. Unexpected larger distribution of paleogene stem-rollers (Aves, Coracii): new evidence from the Eocene of Patagonia, Argentina. Scientific Reports 11 (1): 1363.

 

12. † Tynskya waltonensis (?Psittaciformes, Messelasturidae)

Mayr. G. 2021. A partial skeleton of a new species of Tynskya Mayr, 2000 (Aves, Messelasturidae) from the London Clay highlights the osteological distinctness of a poorly known early Eocene „owl/parrot mosaic”. Paläontologische Zeitschrift: w druku.

 

13. † Parapsittacopes bergdahli Mayr, 2021 (?Psittaciformes lub ?Passeriformes, Psittacopedidae)

Mayr, G. 2021. A remarkably complete skeleton from the London Clay provides insights into the morphology and diversity of early Eocene zygodactyl near-passerine birds. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 18 (22): 1891–1906.

 

14. † Crosnoornis nargizia Bocheński, Tomek, Bujoczek et Salwa, 2021 (Passeriformes, Tyranni)

Bocheński, Z.M.; Tomek, T.; Bujoczek, M. i Salwa, G. 2021. A new passeriform (Aves: Passeriformes) from the early Oligocene of Poland sheds light on the beginnings of Suboscines. Journal of Ornithology 162 (2): 593–604.