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Inaccessible Dværgrikse

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Inaccessible Dværgrikse
Inaccessible Dværgrikse (Laterallus rogersi)
Inaccessible Dværgrikse (Laterallus rogersi)

Sårbar  (IUCN 3.1)[1]
Videnskabelig klassifikation
RigeAnimalia (Dyr)
RækkeChordata (Chordater)
KlasseAves (Fugle)
OrdenGruiformes (Tranefugle)
FamilieRallidae (Vandhøns)
ArtInaccessible Dværgrikse
Videnskabeligt artsnavn
(Lowe, 1923)
Inaccessible Island i Tristan Archipelago
Atlantisia rogersi (Lowe, 1923)[2]
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Inaccessible dværgrikse (Laterallus rogersi) er en lille fugl i vandhønsfamilien (Rallidae). Inaccessible dværgrikse lever på Inaccessible Island og er den mindste nulevende flyveløse fugl.[3][4][5]

Kilder og henvisninger[redigér | rediger kildetekst]

  1. ^ BirdLife International (2016). "Laterallus rogersi". IUCN's rødliste over truede arter. 2016: e.T22692556A93358821. doi:10.2305/IUCN.UK.2016-3.RLTS.T22692556A93358821.en. Hentet 19. november 2021.
  2. ^ Lowe, Percy (1923). "Description of a new genus and species of Rail, Atlantisia rogersi, from Inaccessible Island". Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club. British Ornithologists' Club. 43 (280): 174-176.
  3. ^ Stervander, Martin; Ryan, Peter G.; Melo, Martim; Hansson, Bengt (2019). "The origin of the world's smallest flightless bird, the Inaccessible Island Rail Atlantisia rogersi (Aves: Rallidae)". Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 130: 92-98. doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2018.10.007. ISSN 1055-7903. PMID 30321695. S2CID 53024581.
  4. ^ Laskow, Sarah (2. november 2018). "How Did the World's Smallest Flightless Bird Get to Inaccessible Island? The first scientists to describe the animal thought it might have walked". Atlas Obscura. Pocket worthy Stories to fuel your mind. Hentet 14. juni 2020. On this one tiny island, there is a thriving population of thousands of what we’ll now call Laterallus rogersi, but they are considered vulnerable to extinction.
  5. ^ Ripley, Sidney Dillon; Lansdowne, James Fenwick, illustrator; Olson, Storrs L. (1977). Rails of the World: A Monograph of the Family Rallidae (Print). Toronto: M. F. Feheley. s. 140-142. ISBN 9780919880078.