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Old Monday 2nd November 2009, 20:17   #1
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Pipridae

Interesting item about Pipridae with included Hackett's unpubl. data till now: Marina Anciaes and A. Townsend Peterson: Ecological niches and their evolution among Neotropical manakins (Aves: Pipridae) in Journal of Avian Biology (Early view).
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Old Thursday 25th February 2010, 10:24   #2
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McKay et al 2010

McKay, Barker, Mays, Doucet & Hill 2010. A Molecular phylogenetic hypothesis for the manakins (Aves: Pipridae). Mol Phyl Evol: in press.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science...d839cfb0cf418a

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AOU-SACC Proposal #534 (Stotz, Jul 2012): Changes to Pipridae genera and sequence.

[McKay et al 2010, Tello et al 2009, Rêgo et al 2007.]

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It looks like the genera names in the list have been wrongly implemented then?

Edit: problem fixed, so no need to leave it here and confuse people.

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It looks like the genera names in the list have been wrongly implemented then?
That certainly seems to be the case.

[Incidentally, perhaps the cornuta group is better referred to as the erythrocephala group.]

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It looks like the genera names in the list have been wrongly implemented then?
I sent a note to Van - just received the response
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Steve -- yikes, thanks, done backwards, repairs on their way, Van
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Old Saturday 24th November 2012, 21:34   #8
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Thanks, I could/should of course have done that myself...
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I know that I sometimes get distracted and forget to write a note. I just sent your post to him in case that had happened to you.
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Parchman et al

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Parchman, Gompert, Braun, Brumfield, McDonald, Uy, Jarvis, Schlinger & Buerkle (in press). The genomic consequences of adaptive divergence and reproductive isolation between species of manakins. Mol Ecol.
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Ohlson, Fjeldså & Ericson (in press). Molecular phylogeny of the manakins (Aves: Passeriformes: Pipridae), with a new classification and the description of a new genus. Mol Phylogenet Evol. [SMNH]
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Ohlson, Fjeldså & Ericson (in press). Molecular phylogeny of the manakins (Aves: Passeriformes: Pipridae), with a new classification and the description of a new genus. Mol Phylogenet Evol. [SMNH]
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The phylogenetic relationships within the manakin family (Pipridae) were investigated with sequence data from three nuclear introns and one mitochondrial protein-coding gene. This study confirms a sister group relationship between Neopelminae and Piprinae. We also find support for dividing the Piprinae into two principal clades: Ilicurini and Piprini. The genera Pipra and Chloropipo are found to be polyphyletic. Chloropipo species are placed in three different clades, including two species in an unresolved position alongside Ilicurini and Piprini. We propose a new classification of the family, where the most important modifications include recognizing the genus Ceratopipra for five species formerly placed in Pipra and the erection of a new genus for Chloropipo holochlora.
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Ohlson, Fjeldså & Ericson (in press). Molecular phylogeny of the manakins (Aves: Passeriformes: Pipridae), with a new classification and the description of a new genus. Mol Phylogenet Evol. [SMNH]
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Cryptopipo, gen. nov., Ohlson, Fjeldså and Ericson

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Mol Ecol 22(12): 3304–3317. [pdf]
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Proposal (591) to SACC:
Revise the classification of the Pipridae
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Carlos Eduardo Agne, 2012. Filogenia molecular de Chiroxiphia e Antilophia: Aves : Pipridae. Dissertation.

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...All phylogenies shown Chiroxiphia as paraphyletic as currently defined, since the two
species of the Antilophia are included within Chiroxiphia as sister of C. boliviana...

...We recommend the synonymization of Antilophia with Chiroxiphia, which has priority, and
the treatment as full species to C. regina and C. napensis.

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Carlos Eduardo Agne, 2012. Filogenia molecular de Chiroxiphia e Antilophia: Aves : Pipridae. Dissertation.
Abstract and PDF here
John Boyd (TiF):
www.jboyd.net/Taxo/changes.html (3 Nov 2013)
www.jboyd.net/Taxo/List15.html#pipridae
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Proposal passed, 2 Apr 2014: RECENT CHANGES.
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Péricles Sena do Rêgo, 2010. Análise da variabilidade genética e estudo populacional de Antilophia bokermanni (Aves: Pipridae) com implicações para sua conservação. Tese (Doutorado) - Universidade Federal do Pará.
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Green Manakin

Durães Ribeiro, McCormack, Álvarez, Carrasco, Grether, Mena-Olmedo, Sedano, Smith & Karubian (in press). Loss of sexual dimorphism is associated with loss of lekking behavior in the green manakin Xenopipo holochora. J Avian Biol. [abstract]
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Kirwan et al 2016

The mistaken manakin: a new genus-group name for Parus pipra Linnaeus, 1758 (Aves: Passeriformes: Pipridae)
GUY M. KIRWAN, NORMAND DAVID, STEVEN M. S. GREGORY, JAMES A. JOBLING, FRANK D. STEINHEIMER, GUILHERME RENZO ROCHA BRITO
Zootaxa Vol 4121, No 1 7 June 2016

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The White-crowned Manakin Pipra pipra was long considered congeneric with other members of the genus Pipra, until Prum (1990, 1992, 1994) demonstrated that its display repertoire and syringeal morphology differ considerably from all other members of that genus. Subsequently, three different molecular phylogenies have all indicated that this manakin is more closely related to the genus Machaeropterus than to Pipra. Prum (1992) considered that the name Dixiphia Reichenbach, 1850, was available, and thus the combination Dixiphia pipra has since been in widespread use for this species. However, as first recognized more than 150 years ago, Dixiphia is a junior synonym of Arundinicola d’Orbigny, 1840. We show that no genus-group name is available for the manakin originally described as Parus pipra Linnaeus, 1758, and for which we therefore provide a new genus name.
http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4121.1
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The mistaken manakin: a new genus-group name for Parus pipra Linnaeus, 1758 (Aves: Passeriformes: Pipridae)
GUY M. KIRWAN, NORMAND DAVID, STEVEN M. S. GREGORY, JAMES A. JOBLING, FRANK D. STEINHEIMER, GUILHERME RENZO ROCHA BRITO
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http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4121.1
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Curious about the argument that is developed in the paper...

Dixiphia Reichenbach 1850 [OD] was made available via an illustration, without any originally included nominal species: these names, in ornithology, have unfortunately very often a widely accepted type fixation that is absolutely not Code-compliant.

The type species of a genus name must in principle be an originally included nominal species, cited by an available name in the OD. For a name available from a plate, with no OINS cited by an available name in the OD, what determines the OINS (Art. 67.2.2) is the first subsequent express inclusion of any nominal species in the genus. In other words: not at all the ID of what appears on the plate. There is no provision for any exception to this in the Code; if it is unambiguous, the first express inclusion always stands, it cannot be discarded whatever the reasons. (Under the current edition of the Code, however, and where this action "best serve[s] stability and universality", an author would presumably be allowed to deem that a validly fixed type species, if at odds with the original plate, is "misidentified", and to actively correct its ID via a published act under Art. 70.3.2. But note that the same author may as well choose the opposite way, and confirm, under Art. 70.3.1, that the species previously cited as type species is to retain its status.)

If the first express inclusion of a nominal species in Dixiphia, subsequent to its publication by Reichenbach, is Gray's 1855 [here], of Pipra leucocilla Linn. [1764: OD], now in the synonymy of Parus pipra Linn., this represents a 100% valid type fixation. Cabanis having argued more than 150 years ago (1859-60: [here]), be it rightly, that the plate shows Todus leucocephalus Pallas doesn't change anything to this.

...But perhaps the first inclusion should be viewed as having occurred in Burmeister 1853 [here]...?
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Richmond index genera say "No specific names here" and "Identified as Pipra leucocilla".
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Richmond index genera say "No specific names here" and "Identified as Pipra leucocilla".
Obviously no specific names there (at least not in print -- a name was added in handwriting in this copy), and the ID as Pipra leucocilla is presumably Gray's [here].

The use of a binomen Dixiphia leucocephala by Burmeister 1853 [here] (with Arundinicola leucocephala d'Orbigny & Lafresnaye (actually d'Orbigny 1840: [here]), Todus leucocephalus Pallas (1769: [OD] [plate]), and Muscicapa leucocephala (no authorship cited) as synonyms), might be viewed as an earlier inclusion. Burmeister attributed this combination to Cabanis. I've up to now failed to find it published by Cabanis himself at an earlier date; but, as Cabanis was the editor of J. Ornithol., he might presumably as well have suggested the combination during the process of the publication of Burmeister's paper. The type of Dixiphia would then be Todus leucocephalus Pallas by subsequent monotypy in Burmeister 1853 (only one taxonomic species subsequently included; Arundinicola leucocephala is a recombination of Todus leucocephalus Pallas; Todus leucocephalus Pallas appears to have been introduced as a fully new species, i.e., it doesn't seem to be a subsequent use of Pipra leucocephala Linn. 1764 [OD], even though it denotes the same taxonomic species).

The main potential problem I can see here, is that Dixiphia was not expressly attributed to Reichenbach by Burmeister.

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