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  Alpine Accentor
Prunella collaris
  (Scopoli, 1769)
Altai Accentor
Prunella himalayana
IOC 9.2
 

Alpine Accentor
Prunella collaris
Hoburgen, Gotland, Sweden - 2019-08-12
© Hans Bister
 











Field guides

Plate/page: 124

Ayé, R., Schweizer, M. and Roth, T.
Birds of Central Asia

Plate/page: 168

Grimmett, R., Inskipp, C. and Inskipp, T.
Birds of Bhutan

Plate/page: 78

Treesucon, Uthai
Birds of Thailand

Plate/page: 161

Porter, R. and Aspinall, S.
Birds of the Middle East

Plate/page: 320

Grimmett, R., Inskipp, R., Inskipp, T. and Baral, H.S.
Birds of Nepal

Plate/page: 466

Grimmett, R., Inskipp, C. and Inskipp, T.
Birds of the Indian Subcontinent

Plate/page: 275

Svensson, L.
Collins Bird Guide to the Birds of Europe

Plate/page: 213

Brazil, M.
Birds of East Asia

Plate/page: 119

MacKinnon, J. and Phillipps, K.
A FG to the Birds of China

Plate/page: 145

Grimmett, R., Inskipp, C. and Inskipp, T.
Pocket Guide to the Birds of the Indian Subcontinent

Plate/page: 145

Grimmett, R., Inskipp, C. and Inskipp, T.
Pocket Guide to the Birds of the Indian Subcontinent

Plate/page: 148

Porter, R.F, Christensen, S. and Schiermacker-Hansen, P.
Birds of The Middle East


References

  • Prunella collaris: Clements, J. F., T. S. Schulenberg, M. J. Iliff, D. Roberson, T. A. Fredericks, B. L. Sullivan, and C. L. Wood. 2019. The eBird/Clements checklist of birds of the world: v2019.
  • Prunella collaris: Gill, F and D Donsker (Eds). 2019. IOC World Bird List (v 9.2). http://www.worldbirdnames.org/
  • Svensson, L.: Collins Bird Guide to the Birds of Europe; Princeton University Press, 2009; ISBN:0-007-26814-9
  • Grimmett, R., Inskipp, C. and Inskipp, T.: Pocket Guide to the Birds of the Indian Subcontinent; Oxford University Press, 1999; ISBN:0-1956-5155-3
  • Grimmett, R., Inskipp, C. and Inskipp, T.: Birds of Bhutan; A & C Black Publishers Ltd, Nov 1999; ISBN:0-713-65163-6
  • Grimmett, R., Inskipp, C. and Inskipp, T.: Birds of the Indian Subcontinent; Christopher Helm, 2011; ISBN:1-408-12763-6
  • Brazil, M.: Birds of East Asia; Helm Field Guides, 2009; ISBN:0-713-67040-1
  • Porter, R.F, Christensen, S. and Schiermacker-Hansen, P.: Birds of The Middle East; Princeton University Press, 1996; ISBN:0-691-12104-4
  • Ayé, R., Schweizer, M. and Roth, T.: Birds of Central Asia; Helm Field Guides, October 2012; ISBN:0-713-67038-X
  • Treesucon, Uthai: Birds of Thailand; Lynx, July 2018; ISBN:978-84-16728-09-1
  • Porter, R. and Aspinall, S.: Birds of the Middle East; Helm Field Guides, July 2012; ISBN:0-713-67602-7
  • MacKinnon, J. and Phillipps, K.: A FG to the Birds of China; Oxford University Press, 2000; ISBN:0-198-54940-7
  • Grimmett, R., Inskipp, R., Inskipp, T. and Baral, H.S.: Birds of Nepal; Helm Field Guides, 22 september 2016; ISBN:1-472-90571-7
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    Scientific Classification
    Kingdom Animals
    Animalia
    Phylum Chordates
    Chordata
    Class Birds
    Aves
    Order Perching Birds
    Passeriformes
    Family Accentors
    Prunellidae
    Genus Prunella
    Species Alpine Accentor
    collaris
    (Scopoli, 1769)

      collaris (Scopoli, 1769)
    sw Europe to Slovenia and the Carpathians, nw Africa
      subalpina (Brehm, CL, 1831)
    Croatia to Bulgaria and Greece, Crete and sw Turkey
      montana (Hablizl, 1783)
    n and e Turkey to the Caucasus and Iran
      rufilata (Severtsov, 1879)
    ne Afghanistan and n Pakistan through the mountains of central Asia to w China
      whymperi (Baker, ECS, 1915)
    w Himalayas
      nipalensis (Blyth, 1843)
    c and e Himalayas to sc China and n Myanmar
      tibetana (Bianchi, 1905)
    e Tibet
      erythropygia (Swinhoe, 1870)
    e Kazakhstan and sc Siberia to ne Siberia, Japan, Korea and ne China
      fennelli Deignan, 1964
    Taiwan
    Taxonomic notes
    IOC 9.2: PS: See Drovetski et al. (2013) and Liu et al. (2017) regarding deep divergences within P. collaris, suggesting possible splits
    Distribution
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    EU sw, sc, e, also nw Africa
    Conservation Status
     LC  IUCN Red List 2015
    BirdLife Species Factsheet
    Names
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