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    Papuan swiftlet - three-toed swiftlet - Papuasalangane, f (Aerodramus papuensis Syn. Collocal…

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    Papuan swiftlet - three-toed swiftlet ornith. - Papuasalangane, f (Aerodramus papuensis Syn. Collocalia papuensis)

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    Papuan swiftlet     [Vogelkunde] - Papuasalangane, f  (Aerodramus papuensis Syn. Collocalia papuensis)

    three-toed swiftlet     [Vogelkunde] - Papuasalangane, f  (Aerodramus papuensis Syn. Collocalia papuensis)


     Wissenschaftliche Sammlungen   › Teil-Katalog der wissenschaftlichen Sammlungen   Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

     ...  Aerodramus papuensis

    1. Papuasalangane (Deutsch) 2. Idenburg River Swiftlet (English)

    › Lebewesen › Tier › Chordata [1. Chordatiere (Deutsch)] › Vertebrata [1. Wirbeltiere (Deutsch)] › Aves [1. Vögel (Deutsch)] › Apodiformes [1. Segler (Deutsch)] › Apodidae [1. Segler(artige) (Deutsch)] › Aerodramus papuensis [1. Papuasalangane (Deutsch) 2. Idenburg River Swiftlet (English)]   ...

    Deutsche Namen der Vögel der Erde ...

     ... Segler         Familie Apodidae         Swifts 113

     ... Marquesassalangane   Aerodramus ocistus         Marquesan Swiftlet      PO

    Schwarznestsalangane   Aerodramus maximus      Black-nest Swiftlet      OR

    Weißnestsalangane      Aerodramus fuciphagus      Edible-nest Swiftlet      OR, AU

    Malaiensalangane      Aerodramus germani      Germain‘s Swiftlet      OR

    Papuasalangane      Aerodramus papuensis      Three-toed Swiftlet      AU

    Maussegler      Schoutedenapus myoptilus      Scarce Swift      AF

    Philippinensegler      Mearnsia picina         Philippine Spine-tailed Swift   OR

    Papuasegler      Mearnsia novaeguineae      Papuan Spine-tailed Swift   AU  ...


    Wissenschaftlicher Name : Collocalia papuensis

    Andere Namen: Català: Falciot de Nova Guinea , English: Papuan Swiftlet , Español: Salangana Papú , Basque: Aerodramus papuensis , Français: Salangane papoue , Nederlands: Drieteensalangaan , Português: Aerodramus papuensis , Svenska: Idenburgsalangan  ...

     Die Vögel der Erde

    – Arten, Unterarten, Verbreitung und deutsche Namen ...

     ... Deutsche Ornithologen-Gesellschaft, ...

    ... Segler 113 Familie Apodidae Swifts

     ...  ... Weißnestsalangane Aerodramus fuciphagus (Thunberg, 1812) OR, AU: Andamanen, Kleine Sundainseln Edible-nest Swiftlet

     ... Malaiensalangane Aerodramus germani (Oustalet, 1876) OR: Südostasien, Borneo, Philippinen Germain's Swiftlet

     ... Papuasalangane Aerodramus papuensis (Rand, 1941) AU: Neuguinea Three-toed Swiftlet

    Maussegler Schoutedenapus myoptilus (Salvadori, 1888) AF: e, ez Scarce Swift

     ... Philippinensegler Mearnsia picina (Tweeddale, 1879) OR: s Philippinen Philippine Spine-tailed Swift

    Papuasegler Mearnsia novaeguineae (D'Albertis & Salvadori, 1879) AU: Neuguinea Papuan Spine-tailed Swift  ...

     ... 4170.   Apodidae, Cypselidae, Micropodidae – ᴅɪᴇ Segler

     …  4250.   Aerodramus – namenlos

    4251.   Aerodramus papuensis – ᴅɪᴇ Papuasalangane

    4252.   Aerodramus maximus – ᴅɪᴇ Schwarznestsalangane

     ... 4256.   Aerodramus unicolor  – ᴅɪᴇ Malabarsalangane

    4257.   Aerodramus brevirostris – ᴅɪᴇ Himalayasalangane

     ... 4260.   Aerodramus brevirostris rogersi or Aerodramus rogersi – ᴅɪᴇ Rogers Himalayasalangane

    4261.   Aerodramus vulcanorum – ᴅɪᴇ Vulkansalangane ...

     Die Papuasalangane (Aerodramus papuensis, früher Collocalia papuensis) ist eine wenig erforschte Vogelart aus der Familie der Segler (Apodidae). Sie kommt auf Neuguinea vor.


    Mit 14 cm Körperlänge ist die Papuasalangane eine große Seglerart. Sie hat einen flachen gegabelten Schwanz. Die lebhaft braune, leichtglänzende Oberseite zeigt farblich keinen Kontrast zum Bürzel. Die Kehle ist silbergrau und kontrastiert mit der dunklen Unterseite. Die Tarsen sind dicht befiedert. Die weißen Federäste der Nackenfedern kontrastieren mit dunklen Federspitzen. Der Papuasalangene fehlt die Hallux, d. h. sie hat nur drei Zehen, was einzigartig in der Familie der Segler ist.


    Die Papuasalangane wurde 1941 von Austin Loomer Rand als Unterart Collocalia whiteheadi papuensis der Philippinensalangane beschrieben.[1] 1967 erhielt sie von Soekarja Somadikarta Artstatus.[2] Eine Studie aus dem Jahr 2005 ergab,[3] dass die Papuasalangane basal zu den anderen Arten der Gattung Aerodramus und ein Schwestertaxon der Riesensalangane ist. Diese Beziehung würde auf eine Paraphylie der Gattung Aerodramus hinweisen. ...

     ... Taxonomy in detail

    Scientific name   Aerodramus papuensis

    Authority      (Rand, 1941)

    Synonyms      Collocalia papuensis Rand, 1941

    Common names

    English      Papuan Swiftlet

    Taxonomic sources   del Hoyo, J., Collar, N.J., Christie, D.A., Elliott, A. and Fishpool, L.D.C. 2014. HBW and BirdLife International Illustrated Checklist of the Birds of the World. Volume 1: Non-passerines. Lynx Edicions BirdLife International, Barcelona, Spain and Cambridge, UK.

    Identification Information

    Taxonomic notes   Aerodramus papuensis (del Hoyo and Collar 2014) was previously placed in the genus Collocalia.   ...

       Papuan Swiftlet Aerodramus papuensis

    Described by: Rand (1941)

    Alternate common name(s): Three-toed Swiftlet, Idenburg River Swiftlet

    Old scientific name(s): Collocalia papuensis

     ... Range

    N. to se. New Guinea. ...

     Apodidae- Swifts

     The Apodidae family includes the swifts. Swifts have forked tails and their wings have a boomerang shape when they are outstretched.

    Swifts spend most of their time in the air and cannot perch because their feet are so tiny! They use their tail feathers to help them land and move around on land. Swifts have short bills and are usually dull in color.

    Swifts often nest in caves or on cliffs. There are 102 species of swifts. Swift species are found everywhere, except for Antarctica. ...

     ... Palawan Swiftlet - Collocalia palawanensis Least Concern Asia

    Papuan Swiftlet - Collocalia papuensis Asia Australia

    Philippine Swiftlet - Collocalia mearnsi Least Concern Asia

    Pygmy Swiftlet - Collocalia troglodytes Least Concern Asia

    Seychelles Swiftlet - Collocalia elaphra Vulnerable Africa ...


    Order Apodiformes   Family Apodidae

     The swifts are a family, Apodidae, of highly aerial birds. They are superficially similar to swallows, but are actually not closely related to passerine species at all. Swifts are in the separate order Apodiformes, which they share with hummingbirds. The treeswifts are closely related to the true swifts, but form a separate family, the Hemiprocnidae. Swifts use their short legs only for clinging onto vertical surfaces or wires, and never land on the ground voluntarily.Because of this, and also because they usually fly fast and sledom alight, they are difficult to photograph. Often the best way to identify a swift is by where it is found. ...

    ... Genus Aerodramus

    These small swifts nest in caves. Unique among swifts, they use echolocation which enables them to navigate in caves. Because saliva is used to make the nests, some people consider them edible. ...

     ... Swiftlet,_Three-toed Aerodramus papuensis 

    Found: New Guinea

    The Three-toed Swiftlet has brown upperparts, rump; slightly forked tail. ...

     Difficulties identifying Three-toed Swiftlets Aerodramus papuensis in New Guinea

     ... Abstract

    This note shows that a pale throat is not a reliable means to distinguish the Three-toed Swiftlet Aerodramus papuensis from three other New Guinea swiftlets (Uniform A. vanikorensis, Bare-legged A. nuditarsus and Mountain

    Swiftlets A. hirundinaceus). It also gives weights and measurements for a much larger sample of the four species than previously known, and for the first time describes the calls and roosting times of the Three-toed Swiftlet.

     ... Somadikarta, S. (1967). A recharacterization of Collocalia papuensis Rand, the Three toed Swiftlet. Proceedings of the United States National Museum, Smithsonian, Washington DC 3629, 1–8. ...

     Phylogenetic relationships of the Papuan Swiftlet Aerodramus papuensis and implications for the evolution of avian echolocation

     ... Abstract:   The swiftlets (genera Aerodramus, Collocalia and Hydrochous) are unusual among birds in that many species can orientate in complete darkness using echolocation. The position of the Papuan Swiftlet Aerodramus papuensis in this group has been uncertain historically, in part due to morphological differences between it and other swiftlets (it has three toes instead of the usual four) and a lack of data on its behaviour (there is uncertainty about whether it echolocates). ...

     Aerodramus papuensis (Rand, 1941)

     ...  Taxonomy and Nomenclature           

        Kingdom:   Animalia   

        Taxonomic Rank:   Species   

        Synonym(s):   Collocalia papuensis Rand, 1941

        Common Name(s):   Three-toed Swiftlet [English]       

        Taxonomic Status:       Current Standing:   valid   

        Data Quality Indicators:   Record Credibility Rating:   verified - standards met ...

     The three-toed swiftlet or Papuan swiftlet (Aerodramus papuensis, formerly Collocalia papuensis) is a species of swift. It is found in New Guinea.

     Scientific classification

     ... Class:   Aves

    Order:   Apodiformes

    Family:   Apodidae

    Genus:   Aerodramus

    Species:   A. papuensis

    Binomial name   Aerodramus papuensis   Rand, 1941 ...  

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