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Peter Kovalik

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Slovakia
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).
 

Xenospiza

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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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Richard Klim

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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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SteveO43

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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.
 

Richard Klim

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Parchman et al

Forthcoming...

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.
 

Richard Klim

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Ohlson et al

Forthcoming...

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]
 

Richard Klim

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Ohlson et al

Forthcoming...
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]
Abstract:
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.
 

Richard Klim

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Parchman et al 2013 pdf

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.
Mol Ecol 22(12): 3304–3317. [pdf]
 

Peter Kovalik

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Slovakia
Carlos Eduardo Agne, 2012. Filogenia molecular de Chiroxiphia e Antilophia: Aves : Pipridae. Dissertation.

Abstract and PDF here

...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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Peter Kovalik

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Slovakia
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.
Abstract and PDF here
 

Richard Klim

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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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