Parus ater Linnaeus, 1758

Parus ater Linnaeus, 1758

Distribution

Distribution Europe and worldwide
Region Status
Vatican City-no data-
Liechtenstein-no data-
Bosnia-Herzegovina-no data-
Denmark-no data-
Faeroe Islands-no data-
France-no data-
Great Britain-no data-
Greece-no data-
Guernsey-no data-
Isle of Man-no data-
Italy-no data-
Jersey-no data-
Aland Islands-no data-
Macedonia-no data-
Portugal-no data-
Svalbard & Jan Mayen Islands-no data-
Serbia-no data-
Russian Federation-no data-
Spain-no data-
Norway-no data-
Netherlands-no data-
Montenegro-no data-
Monaco-no data-
Moldova-no data-
Franz Josef Landabsent
Afro-tropical regionabsent
Australian regionabsent
Azores Is.absent
Balearic Is.absent
Canary Is.absent
Dodekánisos (Dodecanese Is.) absent
Madeira Is.absent
Icelandabsent
Kikládes (Cyclades Is.)absent
Maltaabsent
Nearctic regionabsent
Neotropical regionabsent
Novaya Zemlyaabsent
Selvagens Is.absent
Kriti (Crete)doubtfully present
South European Russiapresent
Yugoslaviapresent
Vóreion Aiyáion (North Aegean Is.)present
Ukrainepresent
The Netherlandspresent
Switzerlandpresent
Swedenpresent
Spanish mainlandpresent
Albaniapresent
Andorrapresent
Cypruspresent
French mainlandpresent
Finlandpresent
Faroe Is.present
European Turkeypresent
Estoniapresent
East Palaearcticpresent
East European Russiapresent
Danish mainlandpresent
Czech Republicpresent
Croatiapresent
Gibraltarpresent
Corsicapresent
Channel Is.present
Central European Russiapresent
Bulgariapresent
Britain I.present
Bosnia and Herzegovinapresent
Belgiumpresent
Belaruspresent
Austriapresent
Germanypresent
Greek mainlandpresent
Slovakiapresent
Northern Irelandpresent
Sicilypresent
Sardiniapresent
San Marinopresent
Romaniapresent
Portuguese mainlandpresent
Polandpresent
Oriental regionpresent
Norwegian mainlandpresent
Northwest European Russiapresent
North European Russiapresent
Hungarypresent
North Africapresent
Near Eastpresent
Moldova, Republic ofpresent
Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic ofpresent
Luxembourgpresent
Lithuaniapresent
Latviapresent
Kaliningrad Regionpresent
Italian mainlandpresent
Irelandpresent
Sloveniapresent

Common Name

Bulgarian: Черен синигер; Dutch, Middle (ca.1050-1350): Zwarte mees; English: Coal Tit; Galician: Meantán dubh; German: Tannenmeise; Greek, Modern (1453-): Ελατοπαπαδίτσα; Hebrew: ירגזי שחור; Irish: Meantán dubh; Lithuanian: juodoji zylė; Romanian: Piţigoiul de brădet; Russian: малая синица, масковка, московка, моховушка (устар), черная синица; Slovenian: menišček; Spanish; Castilian: Carbonero garrapinos; Swedish: svartmes; Turkish: Cam bastankarasi, Cam baştankarası; Ukrainian: Синиця чорна

Synonymy

Parus ater Linnaeus, 1758

    Experts

    ExpertRole
    group coordinator
    taxonomic specialist