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Sub-species
 Erithacus rubecula
 Erithacus rubecula balcanisus
 Erithacus rubecula balcanisus
 Erithacus rubecula caucasicus
 Erithacus rubecula hyrcanus
 Erithacus rubecula melophilus
 Erithacus rubecula rubecula
 Erithacus rubecula whiterbyi
 Erithacus rubecula sardus
 Erithacus rubecula tataricus
 Erithacus rubecula valens
 Erithacus rubecula whiterbyi

  • Erithacus rubecula rubecula: W Europe, nw Morocco, Azores, Madeira and w Canary Islands
  • Erithacus rubecula rubecula (balcanisus): Balkan Peninsula to w Turkey
  • Erithacus rubecula witherbyi: S Spain, Corsica, Sardinia, ne Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia
  • Erithacus rubecula melophilus: British Isles and Scandinavia
  • Erithacus rubecula tataricus: W Siberia (Ural Mountains to Semipalatinsk); > to Iran
  • Erithacus rubecula valens: Crimean Peninsula
  • Erithacus rubecula hyrcanus: SE Transcaucasia to n Iran
Source: Clements checklist 2012

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Erithacus rubecula Scientific name
Passeriformes. Order
Muscicapidae Family
15.3 cm Length
Woodland, shrubland, hedgerow, parks and gardens. Up to 2,000 m. Range:-  Europe, Asia & Northern Africa.

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Habitat
Altitude
Range
 4-6 eggs incubated by female.  days, fledging 10(12-14)18 days. Clutch
Fruit, berries, seeds, invertebrates Food  
In the UK a very tame & well loved garden bird.   Habits
6551 - TSN: 559964 - Sub-species World Number
Least conern Status

AKA:- Arabic: أبو الحناء, أبو الحنّاء, أم الحنا
Asturian: Raitán
Azerbaijani: Şəfəq bülbülü
Belarusian: zaranka, заранка, Малінаўка
Bulgarian: červenogr"dka, Червеногръдка, Червеногушка
Breton: Ar boc’hruzig rujodenn, Ar boc'hruzig rujodenn, boc'hruzig, Brennid-ruz, Bruched-ruz, Buruig, Draouennig-vras, Kofig-ruz, Pęrig kof-ruz, Pichig-ruz, Richodell, Rujodenn, Torig-ruz
Catalan: Pit-roig, Rupit
Catalan (Balears): Rupit
Czech: červenka, Cervenka obecná, Červenka obecná, červenka obecná
Welsh: Brongoch, Bronrhuddyn, Bronruddyn, Coch-gam, robin goch
Danish: Rřdhals
German: Kehlchen, Rotkehlchen
Greek: [Kοkkinοlaimis], kοkkinοlaimis, Κοκκινολαίμης, Κοτσινολαίμης
Greek (Cypriot): Κοτσινολαίμης
English: European Robin, European Robin Robin, Robin
Esperanto: ru^ggor^gulo, rubekolo, ruĝgorĝulo
Spanish: Petirro, Petirrojo, Petirrojo Europeo
Estonian: Punarind
Basque: Pit-roig , Txantxan, txantxangorri, Txantxangorria
Finnish: Punarinta
Faroese: bringureyđi, Reyđbrystingur
French: Rougegorge, Rougegorge familier
Friulian: petarňs, scriç
Frisian: readboarstke
Irish: paporroibo, paporrubio, pisco, spideog, Spideóg
Gaelic: Am Brů-Dhearg, Broinn Dearg, Brů-Dhearg
Galician: Paporrubio, Pit-roig
Manx: Cleean Jiarg, Spiitag, spittag
Hebrew: אדום החזה, אדום חזה, אדום־חזה, אדום-חזה
Croatian: Crvendac, Crvendać, crvendrać, Čučka crvendać
Hungarian: Vörösbegy
Armenian: [Arshalusik ], Առշալուսիկ, Արժալուսիկ
Icelandic: Glóbrystingur
Italian: Pettirosso, Pettirosso comune, Pettirosso europeo
Japanese: Eoropean Robin, yoaroppakomadori, yo-roppakomadori, Youroppa-komadori
Japanese: ヨアロッパコマドリ, ヨーロッパコマドリ
Georgian: ბულწითელა
Kazakh: Тањшымшық
Korean: 꼬까울새
Cornish: Rudhak, rudhek
Latin: Erithacus rubecula
Ladino: pietcuecen
Lithuanian: liepsnele, liepsnelė
Latvian: Sarkankrūtītis, sarkanriklite, sarkanrīklīte
Macedonian: crvenoguška, црвеногушка
Maltese: pitirross
Dutch: Roodborst
Norwegian: Rřdkjelk, Rřdkjelke, Rřdstrupe
Occitan: papach rós, papachrós
Polish: Plochacz halny, Płochacz halny, rudzik, Rudzik zwyczajny
Portuguese: pisco de peito riuvo, pisco de peito ruivo, Pisco-de-peito-riuvo, Pisco-de-peito-ruivo
Romansh: puppen cotschen, Puppencotschen
Romanian: gusa-rosie, guşă-roşie
Romany: loli-kolinaki, lolo-kolinako
Russian: zarjanka, Зарянка, Зарянка - Малиновка, Зарянка обыкновенная, Обыкновенная зарянка
Sardinian: Barbarrubia, brabarrůbia, brabarrůbia, Brinci, brinciottu, brinzis cannedda, chirisi, consizeri, criddichiu, ddoddi, fragavinu, furabainzu, Ghiru, giri, grisoi, groddittu, Iscalziruggiu, iscarjrrůbiu, iscarziruju, pettorriruju, pitturrarrůbiu, pitturrarrůbiu, scraxarrůbiu, scraxarrůbiu, tzicchi, vŕrvisi
Scots: Broinn dearg, Bru dhearg, brů-dhearg
Northern Sami: guovssoloddi
Slovak: červienka, cervienka obycajná, Červienka obyčajná, slávik červienka, slávik červienka (červienka obyčajná)
Slovenian: tašcica, taščica
Albanian: gushëkuqi
Serbian: crvendac, crvendać, црвендаћ
Swedish: Rödhake
Turkmen: kızıgerdan
Turkish: Kızılgerdan, kyzylgerdan, Nar Bülbülü
Ukrainian: vil'šanka, вільшанка, Малинівка
Sorbian, Lower: sprjosk
Sorbian, Upper: ročk
Chinese: [Ou-ya qu], 欧亚歌鸲, 欧亚鸲

 

 

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