RE Red-crowned (type) Parakeets

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Subject: RE Red-crowned (type) Parakeets
From: Nikolas Haass <>
Date: Sun, 1 Feb 2015 15:12:40 +0000
Hi Ashwin,

IOC 5.1 lists all Cyanoramphus you mentioned as separate species (see below).



Cyanoramphus    Bonaparte, 1854
†       Black-fronted Parakeet  Cyanoramphus zealandicus        (Latham, 1790)  
PO : Tahiti (Society Is.)
†       Raiatea Parakeet        Cyanoramphus ulietanus  (Gmelin, JF, 1788)      
PO : Raiatea I. (Society Is.)
        New Caledonian Parakeet Cyanoramphus saisseti   Verreaux, J & Des Murs, 
1860    AU : New Caledonia      ENG     Change  English name of Cyanoramphus 
saisseti (Red-crowned Parakeet) to New Caledonian Parakeet
        Norfolk Parakeet        Cyanoramphus cookii     (Gray, GR, 1859)        
AU : Norfolk island
†       Lord Howe Parakeet      Cyanoramphus subflavescens      Salvadori, 1891 
AU : Lord Howe I.
        Antipodes Parakeet      Cyanoramphus unicolor   (Lear, 1831)    AU : 
Antipodes Islands
        Yellow-crowned Parakeet Cyanoramphus auriceps   (Kuhl, 1820)    AU : 
New Zealand
        Chatham Parakeet        Cyanoramphus forbesi    Rothschild, 1893        
AU : Chatham Is.        AS      Cyanoramphus forbesi is split from Cyanoramphus 
auriceps (Triggs & Daugherty 1996, Boon et al.2000, BLI)
        Malherbe's Parakeet     Cyanoramphus malherbi   Souancé, 1857   AU : 
South Island, New Zealand  AS      Cyanoramphus malherbii is split from 
Cyanoramphus auriceps (Triggs & Daugherty 1996, Boon et al.2000, BLI).
        Red-crowned Parakeet    Cyanoramphus novaezelandiae     (Sparrman, 
1787)        AU : New Zealand        ENG     Change  English name of 
Cyanoramphus novaezelandiae (Red-fronted Parakeet) to Red-crowned Parakeet to 
conform to prevailing use in New Zealand
                C. n. cyanurus  Salvadori, 1891 Kermadec Is.
                C. n. novaezelandiae    (Sparrman, 1787)        New Zealand and 
nearby islands, Auckland and Stewart Is.
                C. n. chathamensis      Oliver, 1930    Chatham I.
        Reischek's Parakeet     Cyanoramphus hochstetteri       (Reischek, 
1889)        AU : Antipodes Islands  AS      Cyanoramphus hochstetteri is split 
from C. novaezelandiae (Boon et al. 2001, Christidis & Boles 2008)
†       Macquarie Parakeet      Cyanoramphus erythrotis (Wagler, 1832)  AU : 
Macquarie I.       EXT     Chambers & Boon, 2005
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