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Hirundineinae

John Harshman
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taxon links [up-->]Hirundinea ferruginea [up-->]Pyrrhomyias cinnamomeus [up-->][Myiophobus] part 3 [up-->]Myiotriccus ornatus [down<--]Tyrannidae Interpreting the tree
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Relationships after Tello et al. (2009), Ohlson et al. (2008).
Containing group: Tyrannidae

Discussion of Phylogenetic Relationships

Tello et al. (2009) erected a new subfamily to encompass species that had previously and variously been assigned to Elaeninae, Tyranninae, and Fluvicolinae. Ohlson et al. (2008) had recovered the same group.

Myiophobus is polyphyletic, and a new name will be needed for this fragment. In the meantime, the genus name appears in brackets as a placeholder. The type species, M. fasciatus, which carries the genus name, is here.

References

Ohlson, J., J. Fjelds, and P. G. P. Ericson. 2008. Tyrant flycatchers coming out in the open: Phylogeny and ecological radiation of Tyrannidae (Aves, Passeriformes). Zoologica Scripta 37:315-335.

Tello, J. G., R. G. Moyle, D. J. Marchese, and J. Cracraft. 2009. Phylogeny and phylogenetic classification of the tyrant flycatchers, cotinga, manakins, and their allies (Aves: Tyrannides). Cladistics 25:1-39.

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Scientific Name Pyrrhomyias cinnamomeus
Location Yanayacu Biological Station, Cosanga, eastern Andes, Ecuador
Specimen Condition Live Specimen
Source Cinnamon Flycatcher (Pyrrhomyias cinnamomea)
Source Collection Flickr
Image Use creative commons This media file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License - Version 2.0.
Copyright © 2008 David Cook Wildlife Photography
Scientific Name [Myiophobus] lintoni
Location Tapichalaca reserve, Zamora-Chinchipe province, Ecuador
Comments Restricted to southern Ecuador and extreme northern Peru. (S5)
Specimen Condition Live Specimen
Source TYRANT FLYCATCHERS - TYRANNIDAE - PART II
Copyright © Nick Athanas
Scientific Name Hirundinea ferruginea
Location EPR - VIVEIRO DE MUDAS NATIVAS - Fazenda V-V - Piraju-SP, Brasil
Comments ambientais.com.br
Specimen Condition Live Specimen
Source GIBO-DE-COURO (Hirundinea ferruginea)
Source Collection Flickr
Image Use creative commons This media file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License - Version 2.0.
Copyright © 2008 Dario Sanches
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Harshman, John. 2009. Hirundineinae. Version 28 November 2009 (under construction). http://tolweb.org/Hirundineinae/139044/2009.11.28 in The Tree of Life Web Project, http://tolweb.org/

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