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aug 012018
 


Catalan: lluer golanegre
Czech: Cížek cernobradý, čížek vousatý
Danish: Skægsisken
German: Bartzeisig
English: Black chinned Siskin, Black-chinned Siskin
Spanish: Cabecitanegra austral, Jilguero, Jilguero Golinegro, Pinero Austral
Spanish (Argentine): Cabecitanegra austral
Spanish (Chile): Jilguero
Spanish (Spain): Jilguero Golinegro
Estonian: patagoonia siisike
Finnish: Patagonianvihervarpunen
French: Chardonneret à menton noir, Tarin à menton noir
Hungarian: bajszos csíz
Italian: Lucarino mentonero, Lucherino barbato, Lucherino dai mustacchi, Lucherino mentonero
Japanese: yakkohiwa
Japanese: ヤッコヒワ
Latin: Carduelis barbata, Spinus barbata, Spinus barbatus, Sporagra barbata
Lithuanian: Barzdotasis alksninukas
Dutch: Zwartkinsijs
Norwegian: Sørsisik
Polish: Czyż czarnobrady, czyz czarnobrody, czyż czarnobrody
Portuguese: Pintassilgo-de-barba-preta
Russian: Бородатый чиж
Slovak: stehlík bradatý
Swedish: Sydsiska
Chinese: 黑颏金翅雀
Chinese (Traditional): 黑頦金翅雀

 Posted by at 10:08
aug 012018
 


Catalan: lluer de les Antilles
Czech: čížek haitský, Cížek hispaniolský
Danish: Hispaniolasisken
German: Haitizeisig
English: Antillean Siskin, Hispaniolan Siskin
Spanish: Canario, Jilguero Antillano, Pinero Antillano
Spanish (Dominican Rep.): Canario
Spanish (Spain): Jilguero Antillano
Estonian: haiti siisike
Finnish: Haitinvihervarpunen
French: Chardonneret des Antilles, Tarin de Saint-Domingue, Tarin des Antilles
Haitian Creole French: Ti Seren
Hungarian: haiti csíz
Italian: Lucarino delle Antille, Lucherino delle Antille, Lucherino di Haiti
Japanese: hisupaniorazugurohiwa
Japanese: ヒスパニオラズグロヒワ
Latin: Carduelis dominicensis, Spinus dominicensis
Lithuanian: Antilinis alksninukas
Dutch: Haïtisijs, Haïti-sijs
Norwegian: Hispaniolasisik
Polish: czyz antylski, czyż antylski
Portuguese: Pintassilgo-antilhano
Russian: Антильский чиж
Slovak: stehlík antilský
Swedish: Antillsiska, hispaniolasiska
Chinese: 海地金翅雀
Chinese (Traditional): 安地列斯金翅雀

 Posted by at 10:05
aug 012018
 


Catalan: lluer dels Andes
Czech: Cížek andský, čížek andský
Danish: Andessisken
German: Andenzeisig
English: Andean Siskin
Spanish: Jilguero Andino, Jilguero triguerito, Pinero Andino
Spanish (Colombia): Jilguero Andino
Spanish (Spain): Jilguero Andino
Spanish (Venezuela): Jilguero Andino, Jilguero triguerito
Estonian: paramosiisike
Finnish: Andienvihervarpunen
French: Chardonneret des Andes, Tarin andin, Tarin des Andes
Hungarian: andoki csíz
Italian: Lucarino delle Ande, Lucherino delle Ande
Japanese: andesuhiwa
Japanese: アンデスヒワ
Latin: Carduelis spinescens, Spinus spinescens, Sporagra spinescens
Lithuanian: Andinis alksninukas
Dutch: Andessijs
Norwegian: Paramosisik
Polish: czyz andyjski, czyż andyjski
Portuguese: Pintassilgo-andino
Russian: Андский чиж
Slovak: stehlík andský
Swedish: Andinsk siska, páramosiska
Turkish: And İsketesı
Chinese: 安第斯金翅雀
Chinese (Traditional): 南美金翅雀

 Posted by at 10:02
aug 012018
 


Catalan: Cadernera de Yarrel, Lluer de Yarrel, lluer groc
Czech: Cížek žlutolící, čížek žlutolící
Danish: Yarrellsisken
German: Yarrellzeisig, Yarrell-Zeisig
English: Yellow faced Siskin, Yellow-faced Siskin
Spanish: Jilguero cara amarilla, Jilguero Cariamarillo, Lúgano de Yarrell, Pinero de Cara Amarilla
Spanish (Colombia): Jilguero cariamarillo
Spanish (Spain): Jilguero Cariamarillo
Spanish (Venezuela): Jilguero cara amarilla
Estonian: kuldpõsk-siisike
Finnish: Brasilianvihervarpunen
French: Chardonneret de Yarrell, Tarin de Yarrel, Tarin de Yarrell
Hungarian: Yarrell-csíz
Italian: Lucarino facciagialla, Lucherino di Yarrell, Lucherino facciagialla
Japanese: kigaohiwa
Japanese: キガオヒワ
Latin: Carduelis yarrellii, Spinus yarrellii, Sporagra yarrellii
Lithuanian: Geltonveidis alksninukas
Dutch: Geelwang sijs, Geelwangsijs
Norwegian: Brasilsisik
Polish: czyz zóltolicy, czyż żółtolicy
Portuguese: Coroinha, pintassilgo-baiano, Pintassilgo-do-nordeste, Pintassilva, pintassilvio
Portuguese (Brazil): coroinha, Pintassilgo do Nordeste, pintassilgo-baiano, Pintassilgo-do-nordeste, pintassilva, pintassilvio
Portuguese (Portugal): Pintassilgo-do-nordeste
Russian: Желтолицый чиж
Slovak: stehlík žltolíci
Serbian: Žutoliki čižak
Swedish: Gulkindad siska
Turkish: Sarı-yüzlü İskete
Chinese: 黄脸金翅雀
Chinese (Traditional): 黃臉金翅雀

 Posted by at 09:47
aug 012018
 


Catalan: cadernera de Lawrence
Czech: čížek kalifornský, Stehlík kalifornský
Danish: Pragtsisken
German: Maskenzeisg, Maskenzeisig
English: Lawrence’s Goldfinch
Spanish: Dominico de Lawrence, Dominiquito Gris, Jilguero de Lawrence, Jilguero Gris
Spanish (Spain): Jilguero de Lawrence
Spanish (Mexico): Dominico de Lawrence, Dominiquito gris, jilguero gris
Estonian: hõbesiisike
Finnish: Kaliforniantikli
French: Chardonneret gris, Chardonneret grís, Tarin de Lawrence
Hungarian: álarcos csíz
Italian: Cardellino di Lawrence
Japanese: kaogurokinhiwa, segurokinhiwa
Japanese: カオグロキンヒワ, セグロキンヒワ
Latin: Astragalinus lawrencei, Carduelis lawrencei, Spinus lawrencei
Lithuanian: Lorenco alksninukas
Latvian: pelēkais dadzītis
Dutch: Maskergeelvink
Norwegian: Gråstillits
Polish: czyz wspanialy, czyż wspaniały
Portuguese: Pintassilgo-mascarado
Russian: Чиж Лавренция
Slovak: stehlík dubový
Serbian: Lorensov američki čižak
Swedish: Kaliforniensiska
Turkish: Lawrence Sakası
Chinese: 加州金翅雀
Chinese (Traditional): 加利福尼亞金翅雀

 Posted by at 09:45
aug 012018
 


Catalan: lluer mexicà
Czech: Cížek cernohlavý, čížek černohlavý
Danish: Sortbrystet Sisken
German: Schwarzbrustzeisig
English: Black headed Siskin, Black-headed Goldfinch, Black-headed Siskin, Neotropical Black-headed Siskin
Spanish: Cabecita negra de pecho negro, Dominico Cabecinegro, Jilguero Cabecinegro, Jilguero Encapuchado, Pinero Encapuchado, Siskin cabecinegra, Verdecillo Cabecinegro
Spanish (Spain): Jilguero Cabecinegro
Spanish (Honduras): Siskin cabecinegra
Spanish (Mexico): Dominico Cabecinegro, Jilguero Encapuchado, Pinero encapuchado
Spanish (Nicaragua): Verdecillo Cabecinegro
Estonian: mehhiko siisike
Finnish: Hupputikli
French: Chardonneret à tête noire, Tarin à tête noire, Tarin néotropical à tête noire
Hungarian: feketefejű csíz
Italian: Lucarino testanera, Lucherino petto nero, Lucherino testanera
Japanese: zugurokibarahiwa
Japanese: ズグロキバラヒワ
Latin: Carduelis notata, Spinus notata, Spinus notatus, Sporagra notata
Lithuanian: Juodakrūtis alksninukas
Dutch: Zwartkopsijs
Norwegian: Svarthodesisik
Polish: czyz czarnogardly, czyż czarnogardły
Portuguese: Pintassilgo-de-cabeça-preta
Russian: Черногрудый чиж
Slovak: stehlík ciernoprsý, stehlík čiernoprsý
Serbian: Crnoglavi američki čižak
Swedish: Svarthuvad siska
Turkish: Siyah-başlı İskete
Chinese: 橙胸金翅雀
Chinese (Traditional): 黑頭橙胸金翅雀

 Posted by at 09:43
aug 012018
 


Catalan: cadernera menuda
Czech: čížek mexický, Stehlík menší
Danish: Mexicosisken
German: Mexikanerzeisig, Mexikozeisig
English: Arkansas Finch, Arkansas Goldfinch, Dark-backed Goldfinch, Green-backed Goldfinch, Lesser Goldfinch, Mexican Goldfinch
Spanish: Canario, canario yucateco, Dominico Dorsioscuro, Dominiquito de Dorso Oscuro, Jilguero Aliblanco, Jilguero Dominico, Jilguero dorsioscuro, Jilguero Menor, Jilguero Minor, Verdecillo Menor
Spanish (Colombia): Jilguero Aliblanco
Spanish (Costa Rica): Jilguero menor, Jilguero Minor
Spanish (Ecuador): Jilguero dorsioscuro
Spanish (Spain): Jilguero Menor
Spanish (Honduras): Canario
Spanish (Mexico): canario yucateco, Dominico Dorsioscuro, jilguero dominico, Jilguero Dorsioscuro
Spanish (Nicaragua): Verdecillo Menor
Spanish (Panama): Jilguero Menor
Spanish (Peru): Jilguero Menor
Spanish (Venezuela): Capa Negra, Chirulí
Estonian: väikesiisike
Finnish: Pikkutikli
French: Chardonneret mineur, Tarin à dos noir, Tarin de l’Arkansas
Hungarian: kis aranypinty
Italian: Cardellino minore, Lucherino dorsonero, Lucherino minore americano
Japanese: himekinhiwa
Japanese: ヒメキンヒワ
Latin: Astragalinus psaltria, Carduelis psaltria, Spinus psaltria
Lithuanian: Meksikinis alksninukas
Latvian: mazais dadzītis
Dutch: Kleine Geelvink, Witbandsijs
Norwegian: Småstillits
Polish: czyz maly, czyż mały
Portuguese: Pintassilgo-pequeno
Russian: Малый чиж
Slovak: stehlík spevavý
Serbian: Mali američki čižak
Swedish: Småsiska
Turkish: Koyu-sırtlı Saka
Chinese: 暗背金翅雀
Chinese (Traditional): 暗背金翅雀

 Posted by at 09:38
aug 012018
 


Catalan: lluer dels pins
Czech: Cížek severoamerický, čížek severoamerický
Danish: Fyrresisken
German: Fichtenzeisig
English: American Siskin, Pine Finch, Pine Goldfinch, Pine Linnet, Pine Siskin
Spanish: Dominico Pinero, Jilguero de los Pinos, Jilguero Pinero, Pinero Rayado
Spanish (Spain): Jilguero de los Pinos
Spanish (Mexico): Dominico Pinero, jilguero pinero, Pinero rayado
Estonian: männisiisike
Finnish: Amerikanvihervarpunen
French: Chardonneret des pins, Tarin des conifères, Tarin des pins
Hungarian: fenyőcsíz
Icelandic: Furufinka
Italian: Lucarino delle pinete, Lucherino dei pini
Japanese: matsunokihiwa
Japanese: マツノキヒワ
Korean: 검은머리방울새
Latin: Carduelis pinus, Spinus pinus
Lithuanian: Paprastasis pušinukas, Pušinis alksinukas
Latvian: priežu ķivulis
Dutch: Dennensijs, Dennesijs
Norwegian: Stripesisik
Polish: czyz sosnowy, czyż sosnowy
Portuguese: Lugre-dos-pinheiros
Russian: Сосновый щегол
Slovak: Stehlík borovicový
Slovenian: borov čižek
Serbian: Američki čižak
Swedish: Tallsiska
Turkish: Çam Isketesi
Chinese: 松金翅雀
Chinese (Traditional): 松金翅雀

 Posted by at 09:34
aug 012018
 


Catalan: lluer vermell
Czech: Cížek ohnivý, čížek ohnivý
Danish: Kapucinersisken
German: Kapuzenzeisig
English: Red Siskin
Spanish: Cardenalito, Cardenalito de Venezuela, Jilguero Rojo, Pinero Rojo
Spanish (Colombia): Jilguero Rojo
Spanish (Spain): Jilguero Rojo
Spanish (Puerto Rico): Cardenalito
Spanish (Venezuela): Cardenalito
Estonian: punasiisike
Finnish: Tulitikli
French: Chardonneret rouge, Tarin rouge, Tarin rouge du Venezuela
Hungarian: tűzcsíz
Italian: Cardinalino del Venezuela, Lucarino rosso
Japanese: shoujouhiwa
Japanese: ショウジョウヒワ
Latin: Carduelis cucullata, Spinus cucullata, Spinus cucullatus, Sporagra cucullata
Lithuanian: Raudonasis alksninukas
Dutch: Kapoetsen sijs, Kapoetsensijs
Norwegian: Kapusinersisik, Rødsisik
Polish: czyz czerwony, czyż czerwony
Portuguese: Pintassilgo-vermelho
Russian: Огненный чиж
Slovak: stehlík ohnivý
Swedish: Kapucinersiska, rödsiska
Turkish: Kırmızı İskete
Chinese: 黑头红金翅雀
Chinese (Traditional): 黑頭紅金翅雀

 Posted by at 09:30
jul 022018
 
 Posted by at 10:59
maj 212018
 


History of Nero Perla :

In 2015 a new appearance in canaries – currently named NERO PERLA was discovered by the breeder Carlo Maria Nobili in Monza/Italy. From the pairing of a White Dominant Onyx canary & a White Dominant Black canary the breeder C. M. Nobili noticed a phenomenal result in the first clutch.
One of the hatched chicks had a light-skinned appearance. After the first feathers grew, this nestling pointed as a new colour variant in canaries. At this time, it was not yet clear whether it was a real new mutation or just a modification. At the second breeding round, three light-coloured, same to the first appearance, and one still a white black onyx canary were the result. And in the third and last round of the season 2015 C. M. Nobili got four white black canaries and one black onyx canary as result. In total 13 offsprings, of which 4 were black onyx blacks, 5 white blacks and 4 same offsprings (2 males & 2 females) with an unknown appearance, later named as NERO PERLA CANARY

Another phenomenon was that both parents are from in the ground colour white dominant, but in this case a Lethal-Factor was not discovered. All offsprings are White dominant in ground colour with a good health, the best preconditions to start a controlled breeding in the next breeding season. And finally after the following breeding seasons 2016 & 2017 C. M. Nobili was able to prove that “Nero Perla” is a real mutation with an autosomal recessive inheritance.
After the breeding season 2017, a proud stock of 58 mutations can be counted. Also some darker specimens occured, which are currently named as “Pearl Type 2”. The Pearl Type 2 shows a more marked pattern. Currently there are two colour variants:
° Pearl Type 1, with a lighter melanisation (first occur in 2015)
° Pearl Type 2, with a darker melanisation (first occur in 2017) In fact, these results were not expected.


What are the Characteristics of the mutation Nero Perla so far?
1. Currently the Nero Perla mutation occurs in the black serie. The markings and striations are reduced to a minimum but are still perceptible in the reduced and dispersed melanin areas lying between the striations. This creates an all in all pearl-grey colour, except the tips of the flight feathers (wings and tail) which have normal dark melanin appearance.
2. A great difference by far from all known melanin mutations and thus a unique feature is the distinctive phenotype of the mutation Nero Perla. The nestlings have blue eyes, but darken with age. This mean as adult the eyes appear dark.
3. The oxidation of beak and legs are clearly black.
4. The underflue appears grey.

5. A further feature is melanin colouration around the beak, like a mask, yet not determined by sexual dimorphism, such as in mosaic canaries.
6. In newborn nestlings occurs a depigmentation, making them similar to lipochrome canaries with a white birth plumage and skin. Currently (2018) the mutation is not yet recognized from the Confederation Ornithologique Mondiale (C. O. M.)

Because of the autosomal recessive inheritance, the following results are to be expected in the following mating:

1. pearl x pearl = all pearl
2. pearl x non-pearl = all non-pearl
3. pearl x non-pearl/split for pearl (male or female) = pearl and non-pearl/split for pearl (male or female)
4. non-pearl/split for pearl (male or female) x non-pearl/split for pearl (male or female) = pearl and non-pearl

Currently it is known that there are no intermediates between the Pearl Type 1 and Typ 2. So, the Pearl Type 1 can reproduce a Pearl Type 2. But about the whole inheritance of the Nero Perla mutation further facts and experience must be collected, especially about new the Pearl Type 2. Also the transfer of the mutation is in progress and maybe already in the next breeding season we will see four classic pearl types. As a matter of fact, there is a lot of excitement present and we waiting further reports about the new canary mutation “Nero Perla”.

(Author of this article : Werner Krueger)

See also earlier on this blog : Nero Perla > Scoperta di una nuova stella ? Realizzazione : Carlo Maria Nobili.

 

 Posted by at 18:32
maj 212018
 


Udseende:

Undersætsig og kraftig, noget større end en gråspurv. Det sorte, kegleformede næb, den sorte kalot og den, i flugt ofte synlige hvide gump er iøjnefaldende selv på lang afstand. Hannen har en lysende rød underside, mens hunnen er blegt rødgrå.

Stemme:
Dompappens kald er nemme at efterligne, ofte hører man et melodisk, blødt »djy« eller »vyp«, eller et lavt »byt-byt«, idet dompappen letter. Sangen er derimod sjælden at høre, da den er meget dæmpet. Det, man hører, er en fløjtende og kvidrende strofe, der i højere grad minder om en bugtaler end om en sangfugl. Disse sange kan høres hele året, og kan have betydning for både par- og floksammenhold.

Tilholdssted:
Træffes i nåle- og blandskove, undertiden også i parker og haver, i skovbryn og på kirkegårde.

Adfærd:
Dompappen er ikke særlig sky og lader sig derfor nemt studere. Som oftest lever dompappen parvis, om vinteren slår flere par sig sammen til en lille flok og strejfer omkring. Fuglene ernærer sig især af knopper, og er derfor ikke afhængige af foderpladser. På mange fodersteder viser de sig regelmæssigt, men er ikke så begejstrede for andre. De lader sig ikke lokke til foderbrættet af andre fuglearter, men reagerer først, når en af deres egne har opdaget en velforsynet foderkilde. Dompappen er, i modsætning til mange andre fuglearter, udpræget fredelig, men på foderbrættet kan der alligevel blive en del kamp mellem fuglene. Hunnen har da den højeste rang.

Foder:
Dompappen ernærer sig først og fremmest af frø fra træer og urter; den har en særlig forkærlighed for blad- og blomsterknopper. Den bør fodres med solsikkefrø, tørrede bær, hakkede nødder, grovmalet korn og færdigblandet fuglefoder.

 Posted by at 13:34