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Statistics of barcoding coverage

Barcode of Life Data Systems (BOLD) Stats
                                        
Specimen Records:54Public Records:38
Specimens with Sequences:49Public Species:8
Specimens with Barcodes:48Public BINs:7
Species:8         
Species With Barcodes:8         
          
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Locations of barcode samples

Collection Sites: world map showing specimen collection locations for Coturnix

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Coturnix

Coturnix is a genus of Old World quail, related Francolins and Alectoris Partridges. Coturnix and the aforementioned genera belong to their own monophyletic clade, the Gallusininae, a sub-family within the family Phasianidae. Some authors consider the clade that includes francolin, junglefowl, long-billed partridge, Chinese bamboo partridge, jungle bush quail, Alectoris partridge, snowcocks and Coturnix warrant classification in their own family, the Gallusinidae.

Species list[edit]

A fossil species from the Late Oligocene - Late Miocene of SW and Central Europe was described as Coturnix gallica. Another, C. donnezani, was widespread in Early Pliocene to Early Pleistocene Europe.[1]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Mlíkovský (2002)

References[edit]

  • Mlíkovský, Jirí (2002a): Early Pleistocene birds of Stránská skála, Czech Republic: 2. Absolon's cave. Sylvia 38: 19-28 [English with Czech abstract]. PDF fulltext
  • The genetic link between the Chinese bamboo partridge (Bambusicola thoracica) and the chicken and junglefowls of the genus Gallus.A Fumihito, T Miyake, M Takada, S Ohno, and N KondoYamashina Institute for Ornithology, Chiba Prefecture, Japan.
  • Phylogenetic analysis of gallinaceous birds inferred from mitochondrial NADH dehydrogenase subunit 5 gene sequences Wee Hui Kit Publisher: 2002.
  • A Molecular Phylogeny of the Pheasants and Partridges Suggests That These Lineages Are Not Monophyletic R. T. Kimball,* E. L. Braun,*,† P. W. Zwartjes,* T. M. Crowe,‡,§ and J. D. Ligon*
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