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Estrilda

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Astrilde

Last Update: 2013-07-17
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422 Also referenced as Estrilda bengala

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422 wird auch als Estrilda bengala bezeichnet

Last Update: 2017-03-14
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=539 Frequently traded as Estrilda melanotis

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=539 Häufig gehandelt als Estrilda melanotis

Last Update: 2014-11-21
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415 Also referenced as Estrilda subflava or Sporaeginthus subflavus

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415 wird auch als Estrilda subflava oder Sporaeginthus subflavus bezeichnet

Last Update: 2017-03-14
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Estrilda quartinia (Frequently traded as Estrilda melanotis)

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Estrilda quartinia (häufig gehandelt als Estrilda melanotis)

Last Update: 2017-04-06
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Estrilda is a genus of finch in the Estrildidae family.

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Auffallend ist bei einigen Arten der siegelwachsrote Schnabel.

Last Update: 2016-03-03
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Estrilda quartinia (Frequently traded as Estrilda melanotis) | Yellow-bellied waxbill |

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Estrilda quartinia (Frequently traded as Estrilda melanotis) | Grünastrild |

Last Update: 2017-02-22
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Estrilda quartinia (Frequently traded as Estrilda melanotis) | Yellow-bellied waxbill |

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Estrilda quartinia (häufig gehandelt als Estrilda melanotis) | Grünastrild |

Last Update: 2012-10-01
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The Anambra waxbill ("Estrilda poliopareia") is a species of estrildid finch found in wetter land of southern Nigeria.

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Der Anambraastrild ("Estrilda poliopareia"), auch Anambra-Astrild geschrieben, ist eine afrikanische Art aus der Familie der Prachtfinken.

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B. "Butterfly-finches" or also trivializations of other bird-types like little "magpie and little "seagull. All these names point at the affiliation with the splendor-finches to, according to also "Astrilde", because the actual Astrilde (type Estrilda) gave its scientific name (Estrildidae) also to the whole family.

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Die kleinen Vögel der Familie Prachtfinken tragen unterschiedliche Namen. Bekannter sind Begriffe wie Amaranten (Amadinen) sowie Kombinationen mit dem Namen »Finken« wie z. B. »Schmetterlingsfinken« oder auch Verniedlichungen anderer Vogelarten wie »Elsterchen« und »Möwchen«. Alle diese Namen weisen auf die Zugehörigkeit zu den Prachtfinken hin, so auch »Astrilde«, denn die Eigentlichen Astrilde (Gattung Estrilda) gaben ja auch der ganzen Familie ihren wissenschaftlichen Namen (Estrildidae).

Last Update: 2018-02-13
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The spread-areas extend from Africa to Australia. Here, they live in not only the steppes and savannas but also moist grassland-ships as far as to reed-overgrown wetlands, like Z. B. the Wellenastrild (Estrilda strild).

German

Die Verbreitungsgebiete reichen von Afrika bis Australien. Hier bewohnen sie nicht nur die Steppen und Savannen, sondern auch feuchte Graslandschaften bis zu schilfbewachsenen Sumpfgebieten, wie z. B. der Wellenastrild (Estrilda strild).

Last Update: 2018-02-13
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(10) Prior to the 14th session of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention, the following species have been deleted from Appendix III to the Convention: Pelodiscus sinensis at the request of China, and at the request of Ghana the species Epixerus ebii, Anomalurus beecrofti, Anomalurus derbianus, Anomalurus pelii, Idiurus macrotis, Hystrix cristata, Mellivora capensis, Hyemoschus aquaticus, Damaliscus lunatus, Tragelaphus eurycerus, Tragelaphus spekii, Ardea goliath, Bubulcus ibis, Casmerodius albus, Egretta garzetta, Ephippiorhynchus senegalensis, Leptoptilos crumeniferus, Bostrychia hagedash, Bostrychia rara, Threskiornis aethiopicus, Alopochen aegyptiacus, Anas acuta, Anas capensis, Anas clypeata, Anas crecca, Anas penelope, Anas querquedula, Aythya nyroca, Dendrocygna bicolor, Dendrocygna viduata, Nettapus auritus, Plectropterus gambensis, Pteronetta hartlaubii, Agelastes meleagrides, Columba guinea, Columba iriditorques, Columba livia, Columba unicincta, Oena capensis, Streptopelia decipiens, Streptopelia roseogrisea, Streptopelia semitorquata, Streptopelia senegalensis, Streptopelia turtur, Streptopelia vinacea, Treron calva, Treron waalia, Turtur abyssinicus, Turtur afer, Turtur brehmeri, Turtur tympanistria, Psittacula krameri, Corythaeola cristata, Crinifer piscator, Musophaga violacea, Serinus canicapillus, Serinus leucopygius, Serinus mozambicus, Amadina fasciata, Amandava subflava, Estrilda astrild, Estrilda caerulescens, Estrilda melpoda, Estrilda troglodytes, Lagonosticta rara, Lagonosticta rubricata, Lagonosticta rufopicta, Lagonosticta senegala, Lagonosticta vinacea, Lonchura bicolor, Lonchura cantans, Lonchura cucullata, Lonchura fringilloides, Mandingoa nitidula, Nesocharis capistrata, Nigrita bicolor, Nigrita canicapilla, Nigrita fusconota, Nigrita luteifrons, Ortygospiza atricollis, Parmoptila rubrifrons, Pholidornis rushiae, Pyrenestes ostrinus, Pytilia hypogrammica, Pytilia phoenicoptera, Spermophaga haematina, Uraeginthus bengalus, Amblyospiza albifrons, Anaplectes rubriceps, Anomalospiza imberbis, Bubalornis albirostris, Euplectes afer, Euplectes ardens, Euplectes franciscanus, Euplectes hordeaceus, Euplectes macrourus, Malimbus cassini, Malimbus malimbicus, Malimbus nitens, Malimbus rubricollis, Malimbus scutatus, Pachyphantes superciliosus, Passer griseus, Petronia dentata, Plocepasser superciliosus, Ploceus albinucha, Ploceus aurantius, Ploceus cucullatus, Ploceus heuglini, Ploceus luteolus, Ploceus melanocephalus, Ploceus nigerrimus, Ploceus nigricollis, Ploceus pelzelni, Ploceus preussi, Ploceus tricolour, Ploceus vitellinus, Quelea erythrops, Sporopipes frontalis, Vidua chalybeata, Vidua interjecta, Vidua larvaticola, Vidua macroura, Vidua orientalis, Vidua raricola, Vidua togoensis, Vidua wilsoni, Trionyx triunguis, Pelomedusa subrufa, Pelusios adansonii, Pelusios castaneus, Pelusios gabonensis, Pelusios niger.

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(10) Vor der vierzehnten Tagung der Konferenz der Vertragsparteien des Übereinkommens wurden die folgenden Arten aus Anhang III des Übereinkommens gestrichen: auf Antrag Chinas Pelodiscus sinensis und auf Antrag Ghanas die Arten Epixerus ebii, Anomalurus beecrofti, Anomalurus derbianus, Anomalurus pelii, Idiurus macrotis, Hystrix cristata, Mellivora capensis, Hyemoschus aquaticus, Damaliscus lunatus, Tragelaphus eurycerus, Tragelaphus spekii, Ardea goliath, Bubulcus ibis, Casmerodius albus, Egretta garzetta, Ephippiorhynchus senegalensis, Leptoptilos crumeniferus, Bostrychia hagedash, Bostrychia rara, Threskiornis aethiopicus, Alopochen aegyptiacus, Anas acuta, Anas capensis, Anas clypeata, Anas crecca, Anas penelope, Anas querquedula, Aythya nyroca, Dendrocygna bicolor, Dendrocygna viduata, Nettapus auritus, Plectropterus gambensis, Pteronetta hartlaubii, Agelastes meleagrides, Columba guinea, Columba iriditorques, Columba livia, Columba unicincta, Oena capensis, Streptopelia decipiens, Streptopelia roseogrisea, Streptopelia semitorquata, Streptopelia senegalensis, Streptopelia turtur, Streptopelia vinacea, Treron calva, Treron waalia, Turtur abyssinicus, Turtur afer, Turtur brehmeri, Turtur tympanistria, Psittacula krameri, Corythaeola cristata, Crinifer piscator, Musophaga violacea, Serinus canicapillus, Serinus leucopygius, Serinus mozambicus, Amadina fasciata, Amandava subflava, Estrilda astrild, Estrilda caerulescens, Estrilda melpoda, Estrilda troglodytes, Lagonosticta rara, Lagonosticta rubricata, Lagonosticta rufopicta, Lagonosticta senegala, Lagonosticta vinacea, Lonchura bicolor, Lonchura cantans, Lonchura cucullata, Lonchura fringilloides, Mandingoa nitidula, Nesocharis capistrata, Nigrita bicolor, Nigrita canicapilla, Nigrita fusconota, Nigrita luteifrons, Ortygospiza atricollis, Parmoptila rubrifrons, Pholidornis rushiae, Pyrenestes ostrinus, Pytilia hypogrammica, Pytilia phoenicoptera, Spermophaga haematina, Uraeginthus bengalus, Amblyospiza albifrons, Anaplectes rubriceps, Anomalospiza imberbis, Bubalornis albirostris, Euplectes afer, Euplectes ardens, Euplectes franciscanus, Euplectes hordeaceus, Euplectes macrourus, Malimbus cassini, Malimbus malimbicus, Malimbus nitens, Malimbus rubricollis, Malimbus scutatus, Pachyphantes superciliosus, Passer griseus, Petronia dentata, Plocepasser superciliosus, Ploceus albinucha, Ploceus aurantius, Ploceus cucullatus, Ploceus heuglini, Ploceus luteolus, Ploceus melanocephalus, Ploceus nigerrimus, Ploceus nigricollis, Ploceus pelzelni, Ploceus preussi, Ploceus tricolour, Ploceus vitellinus, Quelea erythrops, Sporopipes frontalis, Vidua chalybeata, Vidua interjecta, Vidua larvaticola, Vidua macroura, Vidua orientalis, Vidua raricola, Vidua togoensis, Vidua wilsoni, Trionyx triunguis, Pelomedusa subrufa, Pelusios adansonii, Pelusios castaneus, Pelusios gabonensis und Pelusios niger.

Last Update: 2017-02-22
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The black-lored waxbill ("Estrilda nigriloris") is a species of estrildid finch found around the Lualaba River and Lake Upemba in the southern part of The Democratic Republic of the Congo.

German

==Literatur==*James Paul Chapin: "A new species of waxbill (Estrilda) from the southeastern Congo".

Last Update: 2016-03-03
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