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L'ululone dal ventre rosso, Bombina bombina (Linnaeus, 1761)


Nomi comuni esteri - Spagnolo - Sapo de vientre de fuego. Francese - Sonneur à ventre de feu. Inglese - Fire-bellied Toad, Ringing Frog, Fiery Toad, Fire Frog, Firebelly Toad, European Fire-bellied Toad. Tedesco - Rotbauchunke. Svezia - Klockgroda. Norvegia - Klokkefrosk. Finlandia - Kellosammakko. Danimarca - Klokkefrø. Olanda - roodbuikvuurpad. Grecia - Κοκκινομπομπίνα, Κοκκινογάστορας Φρύνος. Croazia - Crveni mukač. Serbia - Crvenotrb mukač. Slovenia - Rdeči urh, Nižinski urh. Polonia - Kumak nizinny. Ungheria - Vöröshasú unka. Repubblica Ceca - Kuňka obecná. Slovacchia - Kunec ohnivý. Romania - Buhai de balta cu burta rosie. Turchia - Kırmızılı kurbağa. Bulgaria - Червенокоремна бумка.

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Classificazione - Regno: Animalia. Sottoregno: Eumetazoa. Phylum: Chordata. Subphylum: Vertebrata. Superclasse: Gnathostomata. Classe: Amphibia. Sottoclasse: Lissamphibia. Ordine: Anura. Sottordine: Opisthocoela. Famiglia: Bombinatoridae. Genere: Bombina.

Rana bombina Linnaeus, 1761, Fauna Svec.: 101. Sintipi: Holm, 1957, Uppsala Univ. Arsskrift, 1957: 5-68, sono presenti due specimen nella collezione Alströmer, attualmente attribuita al ZIUU, che potrebbero rappresentare i sintipi. Lo status di questi specimen è discutibile. Località tipo: "Scaniae compestris fossis australibus".

Bufo igneus Laurenti, 1768, Spec. Med. Exhib. Synops. Rept.: 29, 129. Materiale tipo: su indicazione degli Anuri rappresentati da Roesel von Rosenhof, 1758, Hist. Nat. Ran. Nost.: pl. 22, 23. Località tipo: "Habitat in paludibus nostris Danubialibus ingenti in copia; autumno omnis via, qua itur in Nusdorff, iisdem scatet"; tradotto in tedesco come "Strasse zweischen Nussdorf und Wien" (=tra Nussdorf e Vienna), da Mertens & Wermuth, 1960, Amph. Rept. Europas: 39. Sinonimo secondo Suckow, 1798, Anfang. Theoret. Angwewant. Naturgesch. Thiere, Amph.: 66; Shaw, 1802, Gen. Zool., 3(1): 116; Daudin, 1802 "An. XI", Hist. Nat. Rain. Gren. Crap., Quarto: 76; Gravenhorst, 1807, Vergleich. Uebersicht Linn. Neuern Zool. Syst.: 436; Schinz, 1822, Thierr. Naturgesch., 2: 175; Schinz, 1833, Naturgesch. Abbild Rept.: 234; Tschudi, 1838, Classif. Batr.: 84; Boulenger, 1882, Cat. Batr. Sal. Coll. Brit. Mus., Ed. 2: 447.

Buffo ignicolor Lacépède, 1788, Hist. Nat. Quadrup. Ovip. Serpens, 16mo ed., 2: 460. Lacépède, 1788, Hist. Nat. Quadrup. Ovip. Serpens, Quarto ed., 1: tavole successive a p. 618 con inizio delle descrizione a p. 595. Sostituzione di nome per Bufo igneus Laurenti, 1768. Respinto come pubblicazione non binomiale dall'Opinione 2104, Anonymous, 2005, Bull. Zool. Nomencl., 62: 55.

Bufo bombinus Latreille in Sonnini de Manoncourt & Latreille, 1801 (An. X), Hist. Nat. Rept., 2: 110. Daudin, 1802 "An. XI", Hist. Nat. Rain. Gren. Crap., Quarto: 75, pl. 36; Schinz, 1833, Naturgesch. Abbild Rept.: 234.

Rana ignea Shaw, 1802, Gen. Zool., 3(1): 116.

Bufo pluvialis Daudin, 1802 (An. XI), Hist. Nat. Rain. Gren. Crap., Quarto: 76, pl. 26. Sostituzione di nome per Rana bombina Linnaeus, 1761.

Rana cruenta Pallas, 1814 "1831", Zoograph. Rosso-Asiat. Sist. Omn. Animal.: 12. Materiale tipo: non sono noti esemplari tipo. Località tipo: Russia Centrale; per la discussione sulla località tipo vedere Kuzmin, 1996, Adv. Amph. Res. Former Soviet Union, 1: 51-53. Sinonimo secondo Nikolskii, 1918, Fauna Rossii, Zemnovodnye: 167; Kuzmin, 1999, Amph. Former Soviet Union: 356.

Bombinator igneus Merrem, 1820, Tent. Syst. Amph.: 179. Schlegel, 1826, Bull. Sci. Nat. Geol., Ser. 2, 9: 239; Wiegmann, 1832, in Wiegmann and Ruthe (eds.), Handbuch der Zool., Amph.: 201; Schreiber, 1875, Herpetol. Eur.: 95.

Bombina ignea Sturm, 1828, Deutschl. Fauna, Amph.: heft 1.

Bufo (Bombinator) bombina Cuvier, 1829, Regne Animal., Ed. 2, 2: 111.

Bombitator bombinus Wagler, 1830, Nat. Syst. Amph.: 206. by implication; Glückselig, 1851, Lotos, Prague, 1: 224.

Bufo cruentus Dvigubsky, 1832, Opyt Estestvennoi Istorii Gady: 35.

Bufo bombinus Schinz, 1833, Naturgesch. Abbild Rept.: 234.

Bufo bombina Schinz, 1837, Neue Denkschr. Allg. Schweiz. Ges. Naturwiss., 1: 145.

Bombinator igneus Boulenger, 1882, Cat. Batr. Sal. Coll. Brit. Mus., Ed. 2: 447.

Bombinator bombina Bedriaga, 1890 "1889", Bull. Soc. Imp. Nat. Moscou, N.S., 3: 581. Poche, 1912, Verh. Zool. Bot. Ges. Wien, 61: 405.

Bombinator variegatus bombina Prazák, 1898, Zool. Jahrb., Jena, Abt. Syst., 22: 218.

Bombina bombina Stejneger, 1907, Bull. U.S. Natl. Mus., 58: 51. Mertens, 1923, Senckenb. Biol., 5: 214.

Bombina bombina danubialis Calinescu, 1931, Mem. Sect. Sciin. Acad. Româna Bucaresti, Ser. 3, 7: 135. Sintipi: 16 specimen, senza collocazione segnalata ma probabilmente situati al MGAB. Località tipo: "strânse de mine în Lunca Mofleni, lânga Caiova, judetul Dolj", Romania.

Bombina bombina var. viridis Marián, 1959, Vert. Hungar., 1: 158. Materiale tipo: non sono noti esemplari tipo. Località tipo: non riportata.

Bombina (Bombina) bombina Tian & Hu, 1985, Acta Herpetol. Sinica, N.S., 4: 219-224. Dubois, 1987 "1986", Alytes, 5: 97.

Bombina bombina arifiyensi Özeti & Yilmaz, 1987, J. Fac. Sci. Ege Univ., Izmir, Ser. B, 9: 41-49. Olotipo: SZE 9/1983-11, dalla descrizione originaria. Località tipo: "Arifiye", nordovest dell'Anatolia, Turchia.

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Distribuzione di Bombina bombina secondo IUCN

 

La specie è diffusa in Europa centrale ed orientale, dalla Danimarca, Svezia meridionale e Germania del nord, a est fino agli Urali, a sud fino alle pianure danubiane, Turchia (Tracia e dintorni di Adapazari B. b. arifiyensis, nel nord ovest dell'Anatolia), e versanti settentrionali del Caucaso. L'ululone dal ventre rosso è stato introdotto in Gran Bretagna (Surrey). La specie è presente dal livello del mare fino ad una quota di circa 730 metri (Boemia occidentale).

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