Red Siskin (Carduelis cucullata) - HBW 15, p. 550
French: Chardonneret rouge
Spanish: Jilguero Rojo
Taxonomy: Carduelis cucullata Swainson, 1820, Cumaná, Venezuela.
Has recently been proposed that this species be placed in genus Spinus or Sporagra, and revision may be justifiable as phylogenetic analysis indicates that South American siskins are only distantly related to the two Holarctic ones, but comprehensive review of all species currently included within present genus is required in order to determine true relationships. Monotypic.
Distribution: NE Colombia (Norte de Santander), N & W Venezuela and S Guyana.Introduced to Puerto Rico.
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A female giving a strong call and the male calling softly several times Locality Bladel, North Brabant Province, Netherlands
Jan Wigmore 13 March 2008 5 years ago 16 sec 4.6
A male perched and calling Locality Bladel, North Brabant Province, Netherlands
Jan Wigmore 13 March 2008 5 years ago 15 sec 4.2
A pair perched together, looking around and calling Locality Bladel, North Brabant Province, Netherlands
Jan Wigmore 13 March 2008 5 years ago 15 sec 4.1
a male perched atop a dead branch of an emergent tree of an area heavily deforested in Western Venezuela. Locality Venezuela (Monotypic species)
DAVID ASCANIO 15 May 2010 3 years ago 10 sec 3.2