Higher Classification: > Kingdom Animalia > Phylum Chordata > Subphylum Vertebrata > Superclass Gnathostomata > Superclass Tetrapoda > Class Aves > Order Charadriiformes > Family Scolopacidae > Genus Tringa

Tringa nebularia (Gunnerus, 1767)

Rank: Species
Taxon Status: accepted

Original genus

Scolopax

Relationships towards this taxon

Genus group names

TringaLinnaeus, 1758accepted genus name

Species group names

Scolopax nebularia Gunnerus, 1767 objective synonym

Vernaculars (+) (-)

 Albanian: qyrylyku i madh sources: Dhora, DH. 2008. Fjalor i emrave të kafshëve të Shqipërisë (Emri shkencor – Shqip – Anglisht) / Dictionary of animal names of Albania (Scientific names – Albanian – English). Camaj – Pipa. Shkodër, Albania. pp. 288.
 Bokmål (Norwegian): gluttsnipe sources: PESI (A Pan-European Species directories Infrastructure) focal points
 Bulgarian: Голям зеленоног водобегач sources: PESI (A Pan-European Species directories Infrastructure) focal points
 Danish: hvidklire sources: PESI (A Pan-European Species directories Infrastructure) focal points
 Dutch: groenpootruiter sources: Jonsson, L. (1993). Vogels van Europa, Noord-Afrika en het Midden-Oosten [Birds of Europe, northern Africa and the Middle East]. Tirion: Baarn, The Netherlands. ISBN 90-5210-187-6. 560 pp.
 English: common greenshank; greenshank sources: Woehler E.J. (compiler) 2006. Species list prepared for SCAR/IUCN/BirdLife International Workshop on Antarctic Regional Seabird Populations, March 2005, Cambridge, UK.;Urban, E.K., C.H. Fry & S. Keith (1986). The Birds of Africa, Volume II. Academic Press, London.
 English-United States: Common Greenshank; Greenshank sources: Charles Hussey
 French: chevalier aboyeur sources: Avibase - the world bird database
 Gaelic: laidhrín glas sources: PESI (A Pan-European Species directories Infrastructure) focal points
 Galician: Laidhrín glas
 German: Grünschenkel sources: PESI (A Pan-European Species directories Infrastructure) focal points
 Greek: Πρασινοσκέλης sources: PESI (A Pan-European Species directories Infrastructure) focal points
 Irish: Laidhrín glas sources: Nash, Roisin (FaEu - Ecological Consultancy Services Ltd (Ecoserve))
 Israel (Hebrew): ביצנית ירוקת-רגל sources: PESI (A Pan-European Species directories Infrastructure) focal points
 Italian: pantana sources: PESI (A Pan-European Species directories Infrastructure) focal points
 Lithuanian: žaliakojis tulikas sources: PESI (A Pan-European Species directories Infrastructure) focal points
 Norwegian: gluttsnipe sources: PESI (A Pan-European Species directories Infrastructure) focal points
 Norwegian Bokmål: gluttsnipe sources: Beskr. Finm. Lapper [Leem] p. 251
 Norwegian Nynorsk: gluttsnipe sources: Beskr. Finm. Lapper [Leem] p. 251
 Nynorsk (Norwegian): gluttsnipe sources: PESI (A Pan-European Species directories Infrastructure) focal points
 Polish: brodziec kwokacz; kwokacz sources: PESI (A Pan-European Species directories Infrastructure) focal points
 Romanian: fluierarul cu picioare verzi sources: PESI (A Pan-European Species directories Infrastructure) focal points
 Russian: большой улит; речной кулик; светлый кулик (устар.) sources: PESI (A Pan-European Species directories Infrastructure) focal points
 Slovenian: zelenonogi martinec sources: PESI (A Pan-European Species directories Infrastructure) focal points
 Spanish, Castillian: archibebe claro sources: PESI (A Pan-European Species directories Infrastructure) focal points
 Swedish: gluttsnäppa sources: PESI (A Pan-European Species directories Infrastructure) focal points
 Turkish: yeşilbacak sources: PESI (A Pan-European Species directories Infrastructure) focal points
 Ukrainian: Коловодник великий sources: PESI (A Pan-European Species directories Infrastructure) focal points
 Welsh: pibydd coeswyrdd

Literature

basis of record

ITIS database

basis of record

Peterson, R.T. and V.M. Peterson. 2002. A field guide to the birds of eastern and central North America. Fifth Edition. Peterson Field Guide Series. Houghton Mifflin Company. New York. 427 p.

basis of record

Urban, E.K., C.H. Fry & S. Keith (1986). The Birds of Africa, Volume II. Academic Press, London.

additional source

Worthy, T. (2009). Aves (Chordata). In: Gordon, D. (Ed.) (2009). New Zealand Inventory of Biodiversity. Volume One: Kingdom Animalia. 584 pp

Genbank

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External Links

Link To GBIF
Link To GBIF

Citation

Adriaens, P. (2012). Tringa nebularia (Gunnerus, 1767). In: Costello, M.J.; Bouchet, P.; Boxshall, G.; Arvantidis, C.; Appeltans, W. (2012) European Register of Marine Species, accessed through PESI at http://www.eu-nomen.eu/portal/taxon.php?GUID=urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:158968

Drs Cees Roselaar. Tringa nebularia (Gunnerus, 1767). Accessed through: Fauna Europaea at http://www.faunaeur.org/full_results.php?id=96849

Image

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Occurrence

 Present  Absent  Doubtful  Native  Introduced  Naturalised  Invasive  Managed  No data

Environment


marine, fresh

Importance

EU Birds Directive:
Annex II/B 2009This species may be hunted under national legislation, as long as it does not jeopardise conservation efforts in their distribution area, and only in the Member States in respect of which they are indicated in the Directive, according to Annex II/B of the EU Bird Directive 2009/147/EC.
IUCN:
Red List status LC 2009This species is least concern and is widespread and abundant according to the red list of the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources.

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2011-04-08 by Drs Cees Roselaar & by Peter Adriaens

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