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Fugleart (IOC): Pletter Himalaya-rosenfinke (Carpodacus severtzovi) Spotted Great Rosefinch ssp. severtzovi - species factsheet
Stemme: Stemmer findes her (eksternt link).
Titel / info: Species or subspecies? Carpodacus rubicilla ssp. severtzovi OR Spotted Great Rosefinch
Lokalitet: Border zone Kyrgyzstan-China, Naryn-province, Kirgisien
Dato: 30. marts 2013
Billede info: Himalayarosenfinke forlyder det!

This is one of the odd cookies we are blessed with in Kyrgyzstan... Species or subspecies?

For a beginning I have been conservative and mentioned is as Great Rosefinch ssp. severtzovi, but it might more correctly (according much litterature from the region)be categorised as species Spotted Great Rosefinch Carpodacus severtzovi.

The Rosefinch-complex in this part of the "Northern Himalayas" is indeed...complex: Red-mantled Rosefinch Carpodacus rhodochlamys were recently splitted in two: C. rhodochlamys AND Blyth's Rosefinch Carpodacus grandis.

Where to place severtzovi? with it's three subspecies: C.s.severtzovi, C.s.diabolicus and C.s.kobdensis...

Anyway. This great bird is RARE in Kyrgyzstan. I have until March 2013 only seen it twice in Kyrgyzstan - at far distance and in short glimpse.

March 2013 were better. Suddenly we found them in the high barren slopes 3000+ m.a.s. Not just one or two. But around 25 in the weeks we spend there. However it's still rare and locally distributed. Apparently. One day the Italian photographer showed me his "capture" from the days work; he had seen an unidentified bird, and I was surprised. The following days I found it on the highest slopes and the last days I even found it breeding in the buildings in the yard!

Still it has the Flying Strawberrys (Great Rosefinch) heavily white-spotted appearence, but is clearly more pale.
It's very vocal and we heard them usually before we found them on the slopes.

Distribution unclear - and Ill see whether they are still present in November when we go again.

By the way: Ca. 150 Argali Sheep, 300 Ibex, three wolves and 2 SNOW LEOPARDS were seen by the Italians (expedition leaders solo-obs doesn't count ;)
Fotograf: Michael Westerbjerg Andersen, Kirgisien
www.miksture.com
Uploadet den: 28. august 2013
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Bent Bøggild Pedersen skriver torsdag 29. august 2013 kl. 18.15
Billedet skal flyttes til

Spotted Great Rosefinch Carpodacus servertzovi ssp. severtzovi

Caucasian Great Rosefinch Carpodacus rubicilla er nu rn monotypisk art der kun findes i Caucasus


Michael Westerbjerg Andersen skriver torsdag 29. august 2013 kl. 18.35
Hej Bent,

På god sydsjællandks vis var det præcis hvad jeg mente.

Great Rosefinch aka Det Flyvende Jordbær er monotypisk... Hvad hedder Spotted Great rosefinch monstro på dansk?

Tak for hjælpen!

Venlig hilsen

Michael


Hans Henrik Larsen skriver torsdag 29. august 2013 kl. 20.11
Himalayarosenfinke.

Mvh. Hans Henrik.


Bent Bøggild Pedersen skriver fredag 30. august 2013 kl. 12.51
Carpodacus servertzovi kaldes

Plettet Himalayarosenfinke af Navnegruppen

og

Pletter [sic] Himalaya-rosenfinke af Netfugl


Bent Bøggild Pedersen skriver fredag 30. august 2013 kl. 12.53
skal selvfølgelig være severtzovi



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