By Rainich G. Y.
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Leucocarbo (3 species)—guano shags. The Socotra cormorant/shag (L. nigrogularis) (most primitive) most resembles the Cape shag (L. capensis) and both are more like cormorants in outward appearance compared with other Leucocarboninae. The guanay (L. bougainvillii ) is the most derived member. Notocarbo (4 species)—from ‘southern’ (Noto) and ‘black’ (carbo), is a new genus for which SiegelCausey designates N. atriceps atriceps the type. It is identified by a particular configuration of a bone of the skull (the mesethmoid) and contains some of the blue-eyed shags, a particularly pelagic group for which no pre-existing genus was available.
In the remaining species, males wing-flick but with no throwback or gargling. In the cliffshags, male advertising consists of non-vocal, rhythmic wing-flicking with no throwback in four species and non-vocal, rhythmic, upwardly directed head movements (darting), with throwback, in one. In the macro-cormorants, which in this classification embraces only the great and Japanese cormorants, male advertising consists of wingflicking and throwback-with-gargling. In four of the meso-cormorants, males advertise by means of wing-flicking with vocalization.
Neglectus) and black-faced (C. fuscescens)—are marine cormorants previously rarely grouped together. They are heavybodied, deep and strong divers with some shaglike characteristics, restricted to islands and coasts near upwellings, where they become locally abundant. Otherwise they have limited distribution and do not disperse far. Phalacrocorax (large) and Hypoleucos (medium or meso-cormorants) form a monophyletic group established by bill shape, the musculature of the distal part of the wing, plumage and behaviour.