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  1. njlarsen

    Upland Buzzard? Gangneung, South Korea (9/2/21)

    The above is posted in a thread by Andy in the Taxonomy forum, and the authority making this change is IOC. That seems to indicate that there now will be consensus about using B. refectus for Himalayan Buzzard. Niels
  2. njlarsen

    Upland Buzzard? Gangneung, South Korea (9/2/21)

    Thanks Deb, I thought there were some more recent follow up (and not just the MitoDNA sequence). Niels
  3. njlarsen

    Upland Buzzard? Gangneung, South Korea (9/2/21)

    I am going to retract most of what I said in this thread: I thought I remembered a specific thread here in birdforum, but searching I cannot find it. The only thing I want to still point out is that Clements and H&M4 uses "refectus" for what IOC calls "burmanicus ". I also thought there was some...
  4. njlarsen

    Upland Buzzard? Gangneung, South Korea (9/2/21)

    Some resources call "Buteo burmanicus" for "Buteo refectus" and this has in the not too far past been considered conspecific with either Eastern Buzzard or Common Buzzard. I believe that there has even been some reshuffling of subspecies after the original split. Niels Please see post 9 for...
  5. njlarsen

    Upland Buzzard? Gangneung, South Korea (9/2/21)

    I believe several of these have been redefined recently and that might be part of the problem. Niels Please see post 9 for retraction
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