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Putteveld, 29

B – 9200 Dendermonde (Belgium)

Tel. / fax: 00 – 32. 52. 21 47 33

(the names printed below in bold are the national representatives)


Yves BOTTON, Veterinary Doctor Julien SMITZ, breeder

Allée des Artisans, 2 President Société Générale Pinsonnière,

Zoning de Biron / Cinagro Chaussée de Liège, 210a B – 5590 Ciney (Belgium) B – 4480 Engis (Belgium)

Marcel RUELLE, writer, breeder Roger DECHIEF, columnist, breeder

Avenue des Acacias, 131 Rue Victor Crombez, 31

B - 4460 Horion-Hozémont (Belgium) B – 7501 Orcq–Tournai (Belgium)


Dr. Pedro SALVANIO FILHO, magazine director, breeder

Caixa Postal 238

BR – 86870-000 Ivaipora PR (Brazil)


Guy BARAT, breeder Aldo De FAVERI, columnist, breeder 24, Avenue de la Vallée Rue de l'Eglise

F – 95820 Saint Leu la Forêt (France) F - 76660 Grandcourt (France)

Jean-Michel EYTORFF, judge, I.C.C Honor. Pesid. Jacques FAIVRE, judge, columnist, breeder 74, rue du Pardon 75, avenue Maréchal Juin F – 95100 Argenteuil (France) F - 39100 Dole (France)

René GARDIEN, judge, breeder, I.C.C.responsible Armand GAVILAN, columnist, breeder 30, Chemin vert, Saint Laurent 82, rue de la Brise de la mer F - 08090 Charleville-Mézières (France) F – 1380 istres (France)
Maurice MARINGUE, writer, breeder Jacqueline and Gabriël PRIN,

Impasse Bel-Air 4 editors, columnists, breeders F – 71000 Macon (France) 55, rue de la Fassière

F – 45140 Ingré (France)
Maurice POMADÈRE, Emeritus Biology Prof.,

former C.R.O. (of C.O.M.) responsible

19, rue de l’Hirondelle

F – 34090 Montpellier (France)


Klaus SPEICHER, judge, breeder, writer Dr. Hans Claßen, Biologist, breeder

Hermannstrasse 140 Hauptstraße 4

D - 66538 Neunkirchen (Germany) D – 77836 Rheinmünster (Germany)


Endre MÜLLER, columnist, breeder

Erdö Utca 48

H – 2092 Budakeszi (Hungary)


Giovanni CANALI, writer, columnist, breeder, judge, Dr. Alemanno CAPECCHI,

member of the Coloured Canaries Technical Comm., columnist, breeder

Via Cavalotti 12 Via Tosco-Romagnola 554

I – 43100 Parma (Italy) I – 56020 La Rotta (PI) (Italy)
Sergio CRUSI, Phoenix delegate, breeder G. DE BASEGGIO, Zootechny prof., writer

Viale de la Republica, 48 Via Cerbai, 11

I - 73100 Lecce (Italy) I – 40032 Camugnano (Italy)
Renzo ESUPERANZI, writer, judge, breeder Sergio LUCARINI, columnist, judge, breeder

Via Brodolini, 9 Via Rodi, 37

I – 60033 Chiaravalle (AN) (Italy) I – 00195 Roma (Italy)
Daniele SCARPA, writer, breeder, judge

Via Benedetto Croce, 14

I – 30027 San Dona di Piave (VE) (Italy)


Bart BRAAM, writer, breeder Frans PIJNEN, columnist, breeder

Keiendriesstraat 20, Peeberg 73,

NL – 6685 AL Haalderen (Netherlands) NL – 4641 LC Ossendrecht (Netherlands)

Henk VAN DER WAL, breeder, judge, writer, Hein VAN GROUW, writer, columnist,

member of the Research-Advies Groep MUTAVI taxidermist, breeder

Mozartstraat 4 Aidaplein 193

NL – 8916 HC Leeuwarden (Netherlands) NL – 2402 TC Alphen a/d Rijn (Netherlands)


Pedro NUNO FERREIRA, columnist, breeder Jorge QUINTAS, columnist, breeder

Rua Alto das Torres, 883 - 1º esq. Largo Nossa Senhora do Livramento, 1

P – 4430-010 Vila Nova de Gaia (Portugal) P – 4405-482 Serzedo VNG (Portugal)


A. BABRA GARCIA, honorary judge, Rafael CUEVAS MARTINEZ,

writer, breeder columnist, breeder

Passerg Marina Julia 39 C / Villaralto 7

E - 08310 Argentona / Barcelona (Spain) E - 14400 Pozoblanco / Córdoba (Spain)


Zuhal DASTAN, columnist, breeder

Pak Piliç Tesisleri,

Yenibosna Metro Istasyon Yani

TR – Bakirköy – Istanbul (Turkey)

ANNEX Nr. 3 March 2002


ATTENTION: All Sections and their Classes will remain as listed in “The C.O.M. News” nr. 106, of September 2001, except the Section F2 and the Judging Point Score Cards for the Sections G and H, which have been changed as follows:

Section F 2 - EXOTICS - O.E.

(Ringed from 1 and/or 2 years)
Classes of the “Exotic” species (non Psittacidae):

The following new division in classes has been established as near as possible to the last published taxonomic elements (Ref.: Sibley & Monroe: “Distribution and Taxonomy of Birds of the World – 1990).

It has been organised by Families (Fringillidae, Emberizidae, ..., Estrildidae, etc.).

The classes are grouped either by species belonging to a same genus or by just similar species. They have been set up according to the species mostly exhibited at bird shows, although permitting entry to those ones more rarely bred.

The description of the classes is practically limited to the respective genera. Some genera are quite evident in several classes, while others, less expressive, have been regrouped.

For a more detailed information, a list as complete as possible and naming the species per class, has been separately published. However, it is not too much exhaustive, specially regarding Fruit-eaters, Insect-eaters and Nectar-feeders, considering the important number of these species not generally bred in captivity.

The vernacular names of some species may vary. So, their correct identification is made through the Latin scientific name.

Attention: This list, in general, does not assume but the nominal subspecies. Particular subspecies are only referred when their geographic distribution includes them in this section F2, as long as other representatives of the same species belong to another section (Section G – European Fauna, for instance).

1 Team of 4 Serins genus Serinus: in normal colour

  1. Individual ditto

  2. Team of 4 Siskins genus Carduelis: in normal colour

4 Individual ditto

5 Team of 4 Greenfinches, Goldfinches or Linnets genus Carduelis; Oriole Finches genus Linurgus; Gold-naped Finches genus Pyrrhoplectes: all in normal colour

6 Individual ditto

7 Team of 4 Red-browed Finches genus Callacanthis; Rosefinches genera Carpodacus or Leucosticte; Grosbeaks genus Pinicola: all in normal colour

  1. Individual ditto

  2. Team of 4 Bullfinches genus Pyrrhula;  Desert, Trumpeter or Crimson-winged Finches genus Rhodopechys; Rosefinches genera Uragus or Urocynchramus: all in normal colour

  3. Individual ditto

  4. Team of 4 Grosbeaks genera Eophona, Hesperiphona, Mycerobas, Neospiza or Rynchostruthus; Chaffinches genus Fringilla; Scarlet Finches genus Haematospiza: all in normal colour

  5. Individual ditto

13 Team of 4 mutations in classes 1 to 11

14 Individual ditto


These classes (15 to 22) only cover the Emberizidae Seed-eaters. The other representatives of this Family are included in the classes reserved for Fruit-eaters and Insect-eaters.

15 Team of 4 Sparrows genera Aimophila, Ammodramus, Anphispiza, Arremon, Arremonops, Chondestes, Melospiza, Melozone, Oriturus, Pezopetes, Pooecetes, Pselliophorus, Spizella, Torreornis or Zonotrichia; Buntings genera Calamospiza, Emberiza, Passerina or Plectrophenas; Brush Finches genus Atlapetes; Longspurs genus Calcarius; Juncos genus Junco; Olive Finches genus Lysurus; Towhees genus Pipilo; Yellow or Saffron Finches genus Sicalis: all in normal colour

16 Individual ditto

17 Team of 4 Pileated or Red-crested Finches genus Coryphospingus; Black and Grey-crested Finches genus Lophospingus; Bullfinches genus Loxigilla; Seedeaters genera Oryzoborus or Sporophila; Grassquits genus Tiaris; Jacarini Finches genus Volatinia: all in normal colour

18 Individual ditto

19 Team of 4 Cardinals genera Cardinalis, Gubernatrix, Paroaria or Pyrrhuloxia; Grosbeaks genera Guiraca or Pheucticus: all in normal colour

20 Individual ditto

21 Team of 4 mutations in classes 15 to 19

  1. Individual ditto

Passeridae, Ploceidae
23 Team of 4 Weavers genera Euplectes, Foudia, Ploceus or Quelea; Snow Finches genus Montifringilla; Sparrows genera Passer or Petronia: all in normal colour

24 Individual ditto

  1. Team of 4 mutations in the class 23

  2. Individual ditto

27 Team of 4 Brown Twin-spots genus Clytospiza; Green-backed Twin-spots genus Mandingoa; Pytilias genus Pytilia: all in normal colour

28 Individual ditto

29 Team of 4 Twin-spots genera Euschistospiza or Hypargos; Weaver Finches genus Parmoptila; Seed-crackers genus Pyrenestes; Bluebills genus Spermophaga: all in normal colour

30 Individual ditto

  1. Team of 4 Fire Finches genus Lagonosticta; Negro Finches genus Nigrita: all in normal colour

  2. Individual ditto

33 Team of 4 Waxbills genera Aegintha or Estrilda: all in normal colour

34 Individual ditto

  1. Team of 4 Munias genus Amandava; Crimson-wings genus Cryptospiza; Olive-backs genus Nesocharis; Quailfinches genus Ortygospiza: all in normal colour

  2. Individual ditto

37 Team of 4 Cordon-bleus or Grenadiers genus Uraeginthus: in normal colour

38 Individual ditto

  1. Team of 4 mutations in classes 27 to 37

  2. Individual ditto

41 Team of 4 Cut-throat or Red-headed Finches genus Amadina: in normal colour

42 Individual ditto

43 Team of 4 African Silverbill (Lonchura cantans), Grey-headed Silverbill (Lonchura griseicapilla), Indian Silverbill (Lonchura malabarica): all in normal colour

  1. Individual ditto

  1. Team of 4 Black-and-white Mannikin (Lonchura bicolor), Bronze Mannikin (L. cucullata), Magpie Mannikin (L. fringilloides), Madagascar Munia (L. nana): all in normal colour

  2. Individual ditto

  3. Team of 4 Grey-headed Mannikin (Lonchura caniceps), Yellow-rumped Mannikin (L. flaviprymna), New Ireland Mannikin (L. forbesi), Great-billed Mannikin (L. grandis), Hunstein’s Munia (L. hunsteini), White-headed Munia (L. maja), Chestnut Munia (L. malacca), Thick-billed Munia (L. melaena), Moluccan Munia (L. molucca), Snow Mountain Mannikin (L. montana), Alpine Mannikin (L. monticola), Grey-crowned Mannikin (L. nevermanni), Pale-headed Munia (L. pallida), Spotted Munia (L. punctulata), New Britain Mannikin (L. spectabilis), White-rumped Munia (L. striata), Black Mannikin (L. stygia), Grand Valley Mannikin (L. teerinki), Grey-banded Mannikin (L. vana): all in normal colour

  4. Individual ditto

  5. Team of 4 Chestnut-breasted Mannikin (Lonchura castaneothorax), Dusky Munia (L. fuscans), Rufous-bellied Munia (L. kelaarti), White-bellied Munia (L. leucogastra), Javan Munia (L. leucogastroides), White-spotted Mannikin (L. leucosticta), Pictorella Finch (L. pectoralis), Chestnut-and-white Mannikin (L. quinticolor), Streak-headed Mannikin (L. tristissima), Timor Dusky Sparrow (Padda fuscata): all in normal colour

  6. Individual ditto

  7. Team of 4 mutations in classes 41 to 49

  8. Individual ditto

  9. Team of 4 Parrot Finches genus Erythrura: in normal colour

  10. Individual ditto

  11. Team of 4 Firetails genus Emblema; Crimson or Star Finches genus Neochmia; Mountain Finches genus Oreostruthus: all in normal colour

  12. Individual ditto

  13. Team of 4 Plum-headed Finches genus Aidemosyne; Australian Grassfinches genus Poephila: all in normal colour

  14. Individual ditto

  15. Team of 4 Whydahs genus Vidua: in normal colour

  16. Individual ditto

  17. Team of 4 mutations in classes 53 to 59

  18. Individual ditto

Fruit-eaters, Insect-eaters, Nectar-feeders

This group, although including species belonging to Families already referred in precedent classes, is established for particular reasons of the bird’s feeding regimen.

  1. Team of 4 Pycnonotidae (Bulbuls), Sturnidae (Mynahs, Oxpeckers, Starlings), Turdidae (Robins, Thrushes): all in normal colour

  2. Individual ditto

  3. Team of 4 Corvidae (Jackdaws, Jays, Magpies), Timalidae (Thrushes Garrulax), Tyrannidae (Tyrant Flycatchers): all in normal colour

  4. Individual ditto

  5. Team of 4 Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers), Paridae (True Tits), Pipridae (Manakins), Timalidae (Bablers, Leiotrix, Mesias, Minlas, Sibias, Yuhinas), Zosteropidae (White-eyes): all in normal colour

  6. Individual ditto

  7. Team of 4 Coliidae (Mousebirds), Cotingidae (Cotingas), Eurylaimidae (Broadbills), Musophagidae (Turacos), Ramphastidae (Aracaris, Toucanets, Toucans), Trogonidae (Quetzals, Trogons): all in normal colour

  8. Individual ditto

  9. Team of 4 Alcedinidae (Kingfishers), Campephagidae (Minivets), Capitonidae (Barbets), Coraciidae (Rollers), Galbulidae (Jacamars), Icteridae (Blackbirds, Bobolinks, Caciques, Cowbirds, Grackles, Marshbirds, Meadowlarks, Oropendolas), Irenidae (Fairy Bluebirds), Meropidae (Bee-eaters), Momotidae (Motmots), Oriolidae (Orioles), Picidae (Piculets, Woodpeckers), Vireonidae (Vireos): all in normal colour

  10. Individual ditto

  1. Team of 4 Emberezidae (Chlorophonias, Dacnis, Euphonias, Tanagers), Parulidae (Wood Warblers): all in normal colour

  2. Individual ditto

  3. Team of 4 Emberezidae (Honeycreepers), Nectariniidae (Sunbirds), Trochilidae (Hummingbirds): all in normal colour

  4. Individual ditto

  5. Team of 4 mutations in classes 63 to 75

  6. Individual ditto

  1. Team of 4 other species not listed in the classes 1 to 77

  2. Individual ditto


  • In this section F2 are acceptable, per exhibitor-breeder, three (3) birds of a same species in each individual class.







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Impression and Condition





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