List of adaptive radiated Hawaiian honeycreepers by form

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This is a List of adaptive radiated Hawaiian honeycreepers by form; these are the Hawaiian honeycreepers, especially the extinct forms, lost through late-European colonization. (These are adaptive radiative equivalents.)

Finch-like[edit]

? species

Finch-like honeycreepers of Hawaii
Taxa Presence Notes Images

Honeycreeper:
(finch-like)

  1. P. kona
    (Kona grosbeak)

Hummingbird-like[edit]

? species

Hummingbird-like honeycreepers of Hawaii
Taxa Presence Notes Images

Honeycreeper:
(hummingbird-like)

  • ((sub)Genus: Akialoa )
    (part of Genus: Hemignathus(1 Genus, 3 (sub)Genera))
    Akialoa–(Hemignathus)
  1. H. obscurus
    (Hawai'i 'akialoa)

Parrot-like[edit]

? species

Parrot-like honeycreepers of Hawaii
Taxa Presence Notes Images

Honeycreeper:
(parrot-like)

  1. P. psittaceae

Unique: longhorn beetle larva hunter-(parrot-like bill)[edit]

1 species-?

"Longhorn beetle harvester" honeycreepers of Hawaii
Taxa Presence Notes Images

Honeycreeper:
("Longhorn beetle harvester")

  1. P. xanthophrys
    (Maui parrotbill)

Warbler-like[edit]

? species

Warbler-like honeycreepers of Hawaii
Taxa Presence Notes Images

Honeycreeper:
(warbler-like)

  1. H. virens
    (Common amakihi)
    (?-Loxops virens)[1]
Extirpated from Lanai

Woodpecker-like[edit]

? species

Woodpecker-like honeycreepers of Hawaii
Taxa Presence Notes Images

Honeycreeper:
(woodpecker-like)

  1. H. wilsoni
    ('Akiapola'au)
    (H. munroi)

Surviving forms: non-Prehistoric, not extinct[edit]

Finch-like[edit]

? species

Finch-like honeycreepers of Hawaii—(surviving species)
Taxa Presence Notes Images

honeycreeper:
(finch-like)
Tribe: Drepanidini

  • (a Thin-billed nectarivore:)
    Genus:Himatione
  1. 'Apapane)
    (H. sanguinea)

(Finch-like) (secondary: hummingbird-like)--(Hawaiian lobelioid-specialist)[edit]

1 species
True hummingbird-like species are all extinct.

(FINCH-like)(secondary)–hummingbird-like–(Hawaiian lobelioid-specialist)–honeycreepers of Hawaii—(surviving species)
Taxa Presence Notes Images

Honeycreeper:
(hummingbird-like)
(secondary)
(FINCH-like tribe)

  1. V. coccinea
    ('I'iwi)

Parrot-like[edit]

4 species

Parrot-like honeycreepers of Hawaii—(surviving species)
Taxa Presence Notes Images

Genus:

  1. P. xanthophrysMaui parrotbill

Genus:

  1. T. cantansLaysan finch
  2. T. ultimaNihoa finch
  3. T. ypsilonMaui Nui finch

Warbler-like[edit]

? species
(the only warbler-like?, (the other amakihi 's radiated-?))

Warbler-like honeycreepers of Hawaii—(surviving species)
Taxa Presence Notes Images

Honeycreeper:
(warbler-like)

  1. H. virens
    (Common amakihi)
    (?-Loxops virens)[2]
Extirpated from Lanai

woodpecker-like[edit]

1 species

'woodpecker-like honeycreepers of Hawaii—(surviving species)'
Taxa Presence Notes Images

honeycreeper:
(woodpecker-like)

  1. H. wilsoni
    ('Akiapola'au)
    (H. munroi)


Alphabetical listing[edit]

Surviving forms in list[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wilson, Eisner, Briggs, Dickerson, Metzenberg, O'Brien, Susman, & Boggs. Life on Earth, Chapter: Biogeography, Graphic: Hawaiian Honeycreepers, p. 857.
  2. ^ Wilson, Eisner, Briggs, Dickerson, Metzenberg, O'Brien, Susman, & Boggs. Life on Earth, Chapter: Biogeography, Graphic: Hawaiian Honeycreepers, p. 857.
  • Wilson, Eisner, Briggs, Dickerson, Metzenberg, O'Brien, Susman, & boggs. Life on Earth, Edward O. Wilson, Thomas Eisner, Winslow R. Briggs, Richard E. Dickerson, Robert L. Metzenberg, Richard D. O'Brien, Millard Susman, William E. boggs, c 1973, Sinauer Associates, Inc., Publisher, Stamford, Connecticut. 1033 pp, 19 p Index & Back Page (hardcover, ISBN 0-87893-934-2)

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