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NAMES >> Index >>Batises to shrikes

IOC English NameScientific NameRangeComments
       
 
ORDER PASSERIFORMES
  PHY : The Passeriformes, or perching birds, include the majority of world bird species; parrots are the sister group of the perching birds (Hackett et al. 2008)
       
Wattle-eyes, Batises (33)
Family Platysteiridae
   
African Shrike-flycatcher Megabyas flammulatus  Verreaux, J & Verreaux, E, 1855 AF : w, c ENG : ADD modifier to English name of Megabyas to conform to guidelines with change of English name of Bias musicus
        M. f. flammulatus  Verreaux, J & Verreaux, E, 1855 Guinea to w DR Congo  
        M. f. aequatorialis  Jackson, 1904 n Angola and c DR Congo to s Sudan, w Kenya and nw Tanzania; s DR Congo and nw Zambia  
Black-and-white Shrike-flycatcher Bias musicus  (Vieillot, 1818) AF : w, c, se ENG : CHANGE English name of Bias musicus to Black-and-white Shrike-flycatcher to align with other major lists
        B. m. musicus  (Vieillot, 1818) Sierra Leone to n Angola, DR Congo and Uganda  
        B. m. changamwensis  van Someren, 1919 c Kenya and e Tanzania  
        B. m. clarens  Clancey, 1966 s Malawi to Zimbabwe and Mozambique  
Ruwenzori Batis Batis diops  Jackson, 1905 AF : ec  
Margaret's Batis Batis margaritae  Boulton, 1934 AF : sc  
        B. m. margaritae  Boulton, 1934 wc Angola  
        B. m. kathleenae  White, CMN, 1941 nw Zambia and se DR Congo  
Forest Batis Batis mixta  (Shelley, 1889) AF : e, se  
        B. m. ultima  Lawson, 1962 se Kenya  
        B. m. mixta  (Shelley, 1889) s Kenya to c Tanzania and n Malawi  
Reichenow's Batis Batis reichenowi  Grote, 1911 AF : se Tanzania PL : Batis reichenowi is split from B. mixta (Louette 2006), but is nested within B. mixta in molecular phylogenies, so it is not confidently a species (Fjeldsā comm)
Dark Batis Batis crypta  Fjeldsā, Bowie & Kiure, 2006 AF : Eastern Arc mountains of Tanzania NEW : Batis crypta is a newly described species (Fjeldsā et al 2006); BLI (1.0) recognizes
Cape Batis Batis capensis  (Linnaeus, 1766) AF : s  
        B. c. sola  Lawson, 1964 n Malawi  
        B. c. dimorpha  (Shelley, 1893) s Malawi and n Mozambique  
        B. c. kennedyi  Smithers & Paterson, 1956 sw Zimbabwe  
        B. c. erythrophthalma  Swynnerton, 1907 e Zimbabwe and w Mozambique  
        B. c. hollidayi  Clancey, 1952 ne South Africa, Swaziland and s Mozambique  
        B. c. capensis  (Linnaeus, 1766) s South Africa  
Woodward's Batis Batis fratrum  (Shelley, 1900) AF : se  
Chinspot Batis Batis molitor  (Küster, 1836) AF : c, s  
        B. m. puella  Reichenow, 1893 s Sudan and ne DR Congo to Kenya and n Tanzania  
        B. m. pintoi  Lawson, 1966 Gabon to c Angola and nw Zambia  
        B. m. palliditergum  Clancey, 1955 s Angola and se DR Congo to Namibia, Botswana and n South Africa  
        B. m. molitor  (Küster, 1836) s Mozambique, Swaziland and e South Africa  
Senegal Batis Batis senegalensis  (Linnaeus, 1766) AF : w  
Grey-headed Batis Batis orientalis  (Heuglin, 1870) AF : c, ne  
        B. o. chadensis  Alexander, 1908 ne Nigeria and n Cameroon to sw Sudan  
        B. o. lynesi  Grant & Mackworth-Praed, 1940 ne Sudan  
        B. o. orientalis  (Heuglin, 1870) Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia and n Kenya  
Pale Batis Batis soror  Reichenow, 1903 AF : e  
Pririt Batis Batis pririt  (Vieillot, 1818) AF : sw  
        B. p. affinis  (Wahlberg, 1855) sw Angola, Namibia, w Botswana and nw South Africa  
        B. p. pririt  (Vieillot, 1818) c Botswana to w and s South Africa  
Eastern Black-headed Batis Batis minor  Erlanger, 1901 AF : s Somalia, se Kenya and e Tanzania ENG, TAX : Change English name for Batis minor to Eastern Black-headed Batis to align with split of B.erlangeri. Includes suahelicus Neumann, 1907 following Dickinson, 2003.
Western Black-headed Batis Batis erlangeri  Neumann, 1907 AF : Ethiopian plateau and Somalia w to Cameroun and Angola AS : Batis erlangeri is split from B. minor (Louette 2005, BLI)
Pygmy Batis Batis perkeo  Neumann, 1907 AF : ne  
Angola Batis Batis minulla  (Barboza du Bocage, 1874) AF : sw  
Gabon Batis Batis minima  (Verreaux, J & Verreaux, E, 1855) AF : wc  
Ituri Batis Batis ituriensis  Chapin, 1921 AF : Democratic Republic of the Congo, w Uganda  
Fernando Po Batis Batis poensis  Alexander, 1903 AF : w,wc TAX : Proposed split of West African Batis and restrict Fernando Po Batis to Bioko Is.
        B. p. occulta  Lawson, 1984 Sierra Leone to Gabon  
        B. p. poensis  Alexander, 1903 Bioko I. (Gulf of Guinea)  
White-tailed Shrike Lanioturdus torquatus  Waterhouse, 1838 AF : Angola, c Namibia  
West African Wattle-eye Platysteira hormophora  (Reichenow, 1901) AF : Sierra Leone to Benin AS : West African Wattle-eye is split from Chestnut Wattle-eye (Njabo et al 2008)
Chestnut Wattle-eye Platysteira castanea  Fraser, 1843 AF : Nigeria to s Sudan, w Kenya and n Zambia TAX : Wattle-eyes previously assigned to the genus Dyaphorophyia are now included in Platysteira (Njabo et al. 2008)
White-spotted Wattle-eye Platysteira tonsa  (Bates, 1911) AF : w, c  
Banded Wattle-eye Platysteira laticincta  Bates, 1926 AF : sw Cameroon  
Black-throated Wattle-eye Platysteira peltata  Sundevall, 1850 AF : c, e, se  
        P. p. cryptoleuca  Oberholser, 1905 Somalia to n Mozambique  
        P. p. mentalis  Barboza du Bocage, 1878 c Angola to w Kenya, w Tanzania and Malawi  
        P. p. peltata  Sundevall, 1850 Zambia to c Mozambique and e South Africa  
White-fronted Wattle-eye Platysteira albifrons  Sharpe, 1873 AF : w Angola, sw Democratic Republic of the Congo  
Brown-throated Wattle-eye Platysteira cyanea  (Statius Müller, 1776) AF : w, c  
        P. c. cyanea  (Statius Müller, 1776) Senegal and Gambia to nw Angola  
        P. c. nyansae  Neumann, 1905 Central African Republic and DR Congo to sw Sudan and w Kenya  
        P. c. aethiopica  Neumann, 1905 se Sudan and s Ethiopia  
Yellow-bellied Wattle-eye Platysteira concreta  Hartlaub, 1855 AF : w, c  
        P. c. concreta  Hartlaub, 1855 Sierra Leone to Ghana  
        P. c. ansorgei  (Hartert, 1905) w Angola  
        P. c. graueri  (Hartert, 1908) Nigeria to Gabon, DR Congo and w Kenya  
        P. c. kungwensis  (Moreau, 1941) w Tanzania  
Red-cheeked Wattle-eye Platysteira blissetti  (Sharpe, 1872) AF : w  
Black-necked Wattle-eye Platysteira chalybea  (Reichenow, 1897) AF : wc  
Jameson's Wattle-eye Platysteira jamesoni  (Sharpe, 1890) AF : c  
       
Woodshrikes and allies (8)
Family Tephrodornithidae
  TAX : Move Tephrodornis and Philentoma from Incertae Sedis to a new shrike family the Tephrodornithidae (Moyle et al 2006)
Bar-winged Flycatcher-shrike Hemipus picatus  (Sykes, 1832) OR : widespread  
        H. p. capitalis  (Horsfield, 1840) Himalayas to n Burma and n Indochina  
        H. p. picatus  (Sykes, 1832) India to s Burma and s Indochina  
        H. p. intermedius  Salvadori, 1879 Malay Pen., Sumatra and Borneo  
        H. p. leggei  Whistler, 1939 Sri Lanka  
Black-winged Flycatcher-shrike Hemipus hirundinaceus  (Temminck, 1822) OR : Malaysia, Sumatra, Java, Borneo  
Large Woodshrike Tephrodornis virgatus  (Temminck, 1824) OR : widespread  
        T. v. pelvicus  (Hodgson, 1837) e Himalayas to n Burma  
        T. v. jugans  Deignan, 1948 e Burma, s China and n Thailand  
        T. v. verneyi  Kinnear, 1924 se Burma, sw Thailand and n Malay Pen.  
        T. v. annectens  Robinson & Kloss, 1918 c Malay Pen.  
        T. v. fretensis  Robinson & Kloss, 1920 s Malay Pen, n Sumatra  
        T. v. virgatus  (Temminck, 1824) s Sumatra, Java  
        T. v. frenatus  Büttikofer, 1887 Borneo  
        T. v. mekongensis  Meyer de Schauensee, 1946 se Thailand to s Vietnam  
        T. v. hainanus  Ogilvie-Grant, 1910 n Laos, n Vietnam and Hainan (off se China)  
        T. v. latouchei  Kinnear, 1925 s China  
Malabar Woodshrike Tephrodornis sylvicola  Jerdon, 1839 OR : w peninsular India AS : Tephrodornis sylvicola is split from T. virgatus (Rasmussen & Anderton 2005).
Common Woodshrike Tephrodornis pondicerianus  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) OR : widespread  
        T. p. pallidus  Ticehurst, 1920 Pakistan and nw India  
        T. p. pondicerianus  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) e India to s Laos  
        T. p. orientis  Deignan, 1948 Cambodia and s Vietnam  
Sri Lanka Woodshrike Tephrodornis affinis  Blyth, 1847 OR : Sri Lanka AS : Tephrodornis affinis is split from T. pondicerianus (Rasmussen & Anderton 2005).
Rufous-winged Philentoma Philentoma pyrhoptera  (Temminck, 1836) OR : Burma to Borneo  
        P. p. pyrhoptera  (Temminck, 1836) s Burma, s Thailand, Malay Pen., Sumatra and Borneo  
        P. p. dubia  Hartert, 1894 Natuna I. (off nw Borneo)  
Maroon-breasted Philentoma Philentoma velata  (Temminck, 1825) OR : Burma to Java and Borneo  
        P. v. coesia  (Lesson, 1839) Malay Pen., Sumatra and Borneo  
        P. v. velata  (Temminck, 1825) Java  
       
Helmetshrikes (8)
Family Prionopidae
   
White-crested Helmetshrike Prionops plumatus  (Shaw, 1809) AF : widespread  
        P. p. plumatus  (Shaw, 1809) Senegal to n Cameroon  
        P. p. concinnatus  Sundevall, 1850 c Cameroon to nw Ethiopia and Uganda  
        P. p. cristatus  Rüppell, 1836 Eritrea and n Ethiopia to se Sudan and nw Kenya  
        P. p. vinaceigularis  Richmond, 1897 e Ethiopia and Somalia to e Kenya and ne Tanzania  
        P. p. poliocephalus  (Stanley, 1814) s Uganda and c Kenya to Angola, Namibia and South Africa  
Grey-crested Helmetshrike Prionops poliolophus  Fischer, GA & Reichenow, 1884 AF : sw Kenya, w Tanzania  
Yellow-crested Helmetshrike Prionops alberti  Schouteden, 1933 AF : ec Democratic Republic of the Congo  
Red-billed Helmetshrike Prionops caniceps  (Bonaparte, 1850) AF : w  
        P. c. caniceps  (Bonaparte, 1850) Guinea and Mali to Togo  
        P. c. harterti  (Neumann, 1908) Benin to Cameroon  
Rufous-bellied Helmetshrike Prionops rufiventris  (Bonaparte, 1853) AF : c  
        P. r. rufiventris  (Bonaparte, 1853) Cameroon and the Central African Republis to nw DR Congo  
        P. r. mentalis  (Sharpe, 1884) c and ne DR Congo to w Uganda  
Retz's Helmetshrike Prionops retzii  Wahlberg, 1856 AF : c  
        P. r. graculinus  Cabanis, 1868 s Somalia to ne Tanzania  
        P. r. tricolor  Gray, GR, 1864 e Zambia and w Tanzania to ne South Africa, Swaziland and Mozambique  
        P. r. nigricans  (Neumann, 1899) Angola to se DR Congo and nw Zambia  
        P. r. retzii  Wahlberg, 1856 s Angola and s Zambia to n South Africa  
Gabela Helmetshrike Prionops gabela  Rand, 1957 AF : w Angola  
Chestnut-fronted Helmetshrike Prionops scopifrons  (Peters, W, 1854) AF : e, se  
        P. s. kirki  (Sclater, WL, 1924) s Somalia, e Kenya and ne Tanzania  
        P. s. keniensis  (van Someren, 1923) c Kenya  
        P. s. scopifrons  (Peters, W, 1854) se Tanzania to Zimbabwe and Mozambique  
       
Bushshrikes (50)
Family Malaconotidae
   
Fiery-breasted Bushshrike Malaconotus cruentus  (Lesson, 1831) AF : w, c  
Monteiro's Bushshrike Malaconotus monteiri  (Sharpe, 1870) AF : sw Cameroon, nw Angola  
        M. m. perspicillatus  (Reichenow, 1894) Mt Cameroon  
        M. m. monteiri  (Sharpe, 1870) nw Angola  
Grey-headed Bushshrike Malaconotus blanchoti  Stephens, 1826 AF : widespread  
        M. b. approximans  (Cabanis, 1869) e Ethiopia and Somalia to n Tanzania  
        M. b. blanchoti  Stephens, 1826 Senegal and Gambia to n Cameroon  
        M. b. catharoxanthus  Neumann, 1899 n Cameroon to Eritrea, Ethiopia, Uganda and w Kenya  
        M. b. hypopyrrhus  Hartlaub, 1844 Tanzania to South Africa  
        M. b. interpositus  Hartert, 1911 Angola, se DR Congo and w Zambia  
        M. b. citrinipectus  Meise, 1968 sw Angola and n Namibia  
        M. b. extremus  Clancey, 1957 e South Africa  
Lagden's Bushshrike Malaconotus lagdeni  (Sharpe, 1884) AF : w, c  
        M. l. lagdeni  (Sharpe, 1884) Sierra Leone to Ghana  
        M. l. centralis  Neumann, 1920 e DR Congo, w Uganda and w Rwanda  
Green-breasted Bushshrike Malaconotus gladiator  (Reichenow, 1892) AF : se Nigeria, w Cameroon  
Uluguru Bushshrike Malaconotus alius  Friedmann, 1927 AF : c Tanzania  
Mount Kupe Bushshrike Chlorophoneus kupeensis  Serle, 1951 AF : sw Cameroon  
Many-colored Bushshrike Chlorophoneus multicolor  (Gray, GR, 1845) AF : w, c  
        C. m. multicolor  (Gray, GR, 1845) Sierra Leone to Cameroon  
        C. m. batesi  Sharpe, 1908 s Cameroon to w Uganda and nw Angola  
        C. m. graueri  (Hartert, 1908) e DR Congo, sw Uganda and w Rwanda  
Black-fronted Bushshrike Chlorophoneus nigrifrons  (Reichenow, 1896) AF : e  
        C. n. nigrifrons  (Reichenow, 1896) c Kenya, Tanzania and n Mlawi  
        C. n. manningi  (Shelley, 1899) se DR Congo and n Zambia  
        C. n. sandgroundi  Bangs, 1931 se Malawi, Mozambique, e Zimbabwe and ne South Africa  
Olive Bushshrike Chlorophoneus olivaceus  (Shaw, 1809) AF : se  
        C. o. makawa  Benson, 1945 c Malawi, e Zimbabwe and n South Africa  
        C. o. bertrandi  (Shelley, 1894) se Malawi  
        C. o. vitorum  (Clancey, 1967) se Mozambique  
        C. o. interfluvius  (Clancey, 1969) w Mozambique  
        C. o. olivaceus  (Shaw, 1809) e and s South Africa, Swaziland and s Mozambique  
Bocage's Bushshrike Chlorophoneus bocagei  (Reichenow, 1894) AF : c  
        C. b. bocagei  (Reichenow, 1894) s Cameroon to n Angola  
        C. b. jacksoni  (Sharpe, 1901) c DR Congo to Uganda and w Kenya  
Orange-breasted Bushshrike Chlorophoneus sulfureopectus  (Lesson, 1831) AF : widespread  
        C. s. sulfureopectus  (Lesson, 1831) Senegal and Gambia to ne DR Congo and w Uganda  
        C. s. similis  (Smith, A, 1836) s Sudan and Ethiopia to e South Africa  
Gorgeous Bushshrike Telophorus viridis  (Vieillot, 1817) AF : wc, c PHY : Chlorophoneus viridis, C. dohertyi, C. quadricolor form a separate clade with Telophorus, Rhodophoneus, all merged into Telophorus (Fuchs et al 2004, Fjeldsā comm)
Four-colored Bushshrike Telophorus quadricolor  (Cassin, 1851) AF : e, se  
        T. q. nigricauda  (Clarke, S, 1913) se Kenya and e Tanzania  
        T. q. quartus  (Clancey, 1960) s Malawi, Zimbabwe and Mozambique  
        T. q. quadricolor  (Cassin, 1851) South Africa and Swaziland  
Doherty's Bushshrike Telophorus dohertyi  (Rothschild, 1901) AF : ec  
Bokmakierie Telophorus zeylonus  (Linnaeus, 1766) AF : s  
        T. z. restrictus  Irwin, 1968 e Zimbabwe and w Mozambique  
        T. z. phanus  (Hartert, 1920) s Angola and nw Namibia  
        T. z. thermophilus  Clancey, 1960 Namibia, Botswana and nw South Africa  
        T. z. zeylonus  (Linnaeus, 1766) e and s South Africa  
Rosy-patched Bushshrike Telophorus cruentus  (Hemprich & Ehrenberg, 1828) AF : ne, ec  
        T. c. kordofanicus  (Sclater, WL & Mackworth-Praed, 1918) wc Sudan  
        T. c. cruentus  (Hemprich & Ehrenberg, 1828) ne Sudan, Eritrea and n Ethiopia  
        T. c. hilgerti  (Neumann, 1903) Ethiopia and Somalia to n and e Kenya  
        T. c. cathemagmenus  (Reichenow, 1887) s Kenya and ne Tanzania  
Marsh Tchagra Bocagia minuta  (Hartlaub, 1858) AF : w, c  
        B. m. minuta  (Hartlaub, 1858) Sierra Leone to Ethiopia, w Kenya and nw Tanzania  
        B. m. reichenowi  (Neumann, 1900) e Tanzania, s Malawi, e Zimbabwe and Mozambique  
        B. m. anchietae  (Barboza du Bocage, 1869) Angola to sw Tanzania and n Malawi  
Brown-crowned Tchagra Tchagra australis  (Smith, A, 1836) AF : widespread  
        T. a. ussheri  (Sharpe, 1882) Sierra Leone to s Nigeria  
        T. a. emini  (Reichenow, 1893) se Nigeria to c Kenya and nw Tanzania  
        T. a. minor  (Reichenow, 1887) se Kenya to c Mozambiique  
        T. a. ansorgei  (Neumann, 1909) w Angola  
        T. a. bocagei  da Rosa Pinto, 1968 se Angola  
        T. a. souzae  (Barboza du Bocage, 1892) c Angola, s DR Congo and n Zambia  
        T. a. rhodesiensis  (Roberts, 1932) se Angola, sw Zambia, ne Namibia and nw Botswana  
        T. a. australis  (Smith, A, 1836) se Zimbabwe, ne South Africa, s Mozambique and Swaziland  
        T. a. damarensis  (Reichenow, 1915) sw Angola and Namibia to sw Zimbabwe and n South Africa  
Three-streaked Tchagra Tchagra jamesi  (Shelley, 1885) AF : ne  
        T. j. jamesi  (Shelley, 1885) se Sudan to Somalia and c Kenya and ne Tanzania  
        T. j. mandanus  (Neumann, 1903) coastal Kenya and islands  
Southern Tchagra Tchagra tchagra  (Vieillot, 1816) AF : s  
        T. t. tchagra  (Vieillot, 1816) s South Africa  
        T. t. natalensis  (Reichenow, 1903) ne South Africa and Swaziland  
        T. t. caffrariae  Quickelberge, 1967 e South Africa  
Black-crowned Tchagra Tchagra senegalus  (Linnaeus, 1766) AF : widespread, also Arabian Peninsula  
        T. s. cucullatus  (Temminck, 1840) Morocco to w Libya  
        T. s. percivali  (Ogilvie-Grant, 1900) s Arabian Pen.  
        T. s. remigialis  (Hartlaub & Finsch, 1870) c Chad to c Sudan  
        T. s. nothus  (Reichenow, 1920) Mali to w Chad  
        T. s. senegalus  (Linnaeus, 1766) s Mauritania to Liberia and e to n Central African Republic  
        T. s. habessinicus  (Hemprich & Ehrenberg, 1833) s Sudan to Eritrea, Ethiopia and Somalia  
        T. s. warsangliensis  Clarke, S, 1919 n Somalia  
        T. s. armenus  (Oberholser, 1906) s Cameroon to sw Sudan and Uganda, south to Angola, Zimbabwe and nw Mozambique  
        T. s. orientalis  (Cabanis, 1869) s Somalia to e South Africa  
        T. s. kalahari  (Roberts, 1932) s Angola to sw Zambia and w South Africa  
Sabine's Puffback Dryoscopus sabini  (Gray, JE, 1831) AF : w, c  
        D. s. sabini  (Gray, JE, 1831) Sierra Leone to s Nigeria  
        D. s. melanoleucus  (Verreaux, J & Verreaux, E, 1851) Cameroon to DR Congo and Angola  
Pink-footed Puffback Dryoscopus angolensis  Hartlaub, 1860 AF : c, e  
        D. a. boydi  Bannerman, 1938 se Nigeria and w Cameroon  
        D. a. angolensis  Hartlaub, 1860 s Gabon to nw Angola  
        D. a. nandensis  Sharpe, 1900 e DR Congo to Sudan and w Kenya  
        D. a. kungwensis  Moreau, 1941 w Tanzania  
Red-eyed Puffback Dryoscopus senegalensis  (Hartlaub, 1857) AF : c  
Black-backed Puffback Dryoscopus cubla  (Latham, 1801) AF : c, e, s  
        D. c. affinis  (Gray, GR, 1837) s Somalia, e Kenya and ne Tanzania  
        D. c. nairobiensis  Rand, 1958 c Kenya to n Tanzania  
        D. c. hamatus  Hartlaub, 1863 n Angola to sw Kenya, e Tanzania and n Mozambique  
        D. c. chapini  (Clancey, 1954) ne South Africa and s Mozambique  
        D. c. okavangensis  Roberts, 1932 s Angola, Namibia, s Zambia and n Botswana  
        D. c. cubla  (Latham, 1801) se South Africa  
Northern Puffback Dryoscopus gambensis  (Lichtenstein, 1823) AF : w, c  
        D. g. congicus  Sharpe, 1901 sw Congo and w DR Congo  
        D. g. erythreae  Neumann, 1899 e Sudan, Eritrea and Ethiopia  
        D. g. gambensis  (Lichtenstein, 1823) Senegal and Gambia to Gabon  
        D. g. malzacii  (Heuglin, 1870) e Cameroon to w Kenya and nw Tanzania  
Pringle's Puffback Dryoscopus pringlii  Jackson, 1893 AF : ne, e  
Lowland Sooty Boubou Laniarius leucorhynchus  (Hartlaub, 1848) AF : w, c  
Mountain Sooty Boubou Laniarius poensis  (Alexander, 1903) AF : se Nigeria, sw Cameroon, Bioko and Abertine rift in Zaire, Uganda, Burundi and Rwanda  
        L. p. camerunensis  Eisentraut, 1968 Cameroon and Nigeria  
        L. p. poensis  (Alexander, 1903) Bioko I. (Gulf of Guinea)  
        L. p. holomelas  (Jackson, 1906) e DR Congo, Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi  
Willard's Sooty Boubou Laniarius willardi  Voelker & Gnoske, 2010 AF : Albertine Rift in Uganda, Burundi NEW : Laniarius willardi is a newly described species (Voelker et al 2010)
Fülleborn's Boubou Laniarius fuelleborni  (Reichenow, 1900) AF : ec  
        L. f. usambaricus  Rand, 1957 ne and ec Tanzania  
        L. f. fuelleborni  (Reichenow, 1900) s Tanzania, n Malawi and ne Zambia  
Slate-colored Boubou Laniarius funebris  (Hartlaub, 1863) AF : ne, e  
Lühder's Bushshrike Laniarius luehderi  Reichenow, 1874 AF : c  
Braun's Bushshrike Laniarius brauni  Bannerman, 1939 AF : nw Angola  
Gabela Bushshrike Laniarius amboimensis  Moltoni, 1932 AF : cw Angola  
Red-naped Bushshrike Laniarius ruficeps  (Shelley, 1885) AF : ne  
        L. r. ruficeps  (Shelley, 1885) nw Somalia  
        L. r. rufinuchalis  (Sharpe, 1895) Ethiopia and c and s Somalia  
        L. r. kismayensis  (Erlanger, 1901) s Somalia and e Kenya  
Black Boubou Laniarius nigerrimus  (Reichenow, 1879) AF : sc Somalia, coastal e Kenya AS, SEQ, ENG : Laniarius nigerrimus, previously erlangeri - a junior synonym - is split from L.aethiopicus based on DNA analyses (Nguembock et al.2008, Redman comments); resequence to follow Red-naped Bushshrike; CHANGE English name to Black Boubou
Ethiopian Boubou Laniarius aethiopicus  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) AF : Eritrea, Ethiopia, nw Somalia, n Kenya  
Tropical Boubou Laniarius major  (Hartlaub, 1848) AF : w, c Africa south to s Zambia, n, c Mozambique AS : Laniarius major is split from L.aethiopicus (Nguembock et al.2008)
        L. m. major  (Hartlaub, 1848) Senegal and Gambia to Liberia and east to w Kenya and n Zambia  
        L. m. ambiguus  Madarász, 1904 e Kenya and ne Tanzania  
        L. m. limpopoensis  Roberts, 1922 se Zimbabwe and n South Africa  
        L. m. mossambicus  (Fischer, GA & Reichenow, 1880) Zambia and Malawi to ne Namibia, n Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique  
East Coast Boubou Laniarius sublacteus  (Cassin, 1851) AF : se Somalia to ne Tanzania, Zanzibar AS, ENG : Laniarius sublacteus is split from L.aethiopicus based on DNA analyses (Nguembock et al.2008); preliminary English name (Zanzibar Boubou) changed to East Coast Boubou to conform to current uses (Redman et al 2009, HBW)
Southern Boubou Laniarius ferrugineus  (Gmelin, JF, 1788) AF : s  
        L. f. transvaalensis  Roberts, 1922 se Botswana, n South Africa and Swaziland  
        L. f. tongensis  Roberts, 1931 s Mozambique and e South Africa  
        L. f. natalensis  Roberts, 1922 w and s Kwazulu-Natal to sw Eastern Cape Province (e and se South Africa)  
        L. f. pondoensis  Roberts, 1922 ne Eastern Cape Province (se South Africa)  
        L. f. savensis  da Rosa Pinto, 1963 se Zimbabwe and s Mozambique  
        L. f. ferrugineus  (Gmelin, JF, 1788) s Western Cape Province (s South Africa)  
Swamp Boubou Laniarius bicolor  (Hartlaub, 1857) AF : wc  
        L. b. bicolor  (Hartlaub, 1857) Cameroon to Gabon  
        L. b. guttatus  (Hartlaub, 1865) w Congo to w Angola  
        L. b. sticturus  Hartlaub & Finsch, 1870 s Angola, w Zambia, ne Namibia and n Botswana  
Turati's Boubou Laniarius turatii  (Verreaux, J, 1858) AF : w  
Yellow-crowned Gonolek Laniarius barbarus  (Linnaeus, 1766) AF : w  
        L. b. helenae  Kelsall, 1913 Sierra Leone  
        L. b. barbarus  (Linnaeus, 1766) Senegal and Gambia to s Chad  
Papyrus Gonolek Laniarius mufumbiri  Ogilvie-Grant, 1911 AF : ec  
Black-headed Gonolek Laniarius erythrogaster  (Cretzschmar, 1829) AF : c  
Crimson-breasted Shrike Laniarius atrococcineus  (Burchell, 1822) AF : s  
Yellow-breasted Boubou Laniarius atroflavus  Shelley, 1887 AF : wc  
Brubru Nilaus afer  (Latham, 1801) AF : widespread  
        N. a. afer  (Latham, 1801) Senegal and Gambia to Ethiopia  
        N. a. camerunensis  Neumann, 1907 Cameroon to ne DR Congo  
        N. a. hilgerti  Neumann, 1907 e Ethiopia  
        N. a. minor  Sharpe, 1895 se Sudan to Somalia, n and e Kenya and ne Tanzania  
        N. a. massaicus  Neumann, 1907 e DR Congo to sw Kenya and n Tanzania  
        N. a. nigritemporalis  Reichenow, 1892 e Angola to Tanzania, south to c Zambia and c Mozambique  
        N. a. brubru  (Latham, 1801) s Angola to n South Africa and w Swaziland  
        N. a. solivagus  Clancey, 1958 c Zimbabwe, sw Mozambique, e Swaziland and e and ne South Africa  
        N. a. affinis  Barboza du Bocage, 1878 n Angola and s DR Congo  
        N. a. miombensis  Clancey, 1971 se Mozambique  
       
Boatbills (2)
Family Machaerirhynchidae
  PHY : Boatbills may belong to the woodswallow - bushshrike assemblage with Peltops (Norman et al. 2009)
Yellow-breasted Boatbill Machaerirhynchus flaviventer  Gould, 1851 AU : New Guinea, ne Australia  
        M. f. albifrons  Gray, GR, 1862 Waigeo I. (w Papuan island)  
        M. f. albigula  Mayr & Meyer de Schauensee, 1939 w Papuan islands, w to nc New Guinea  
        M. f. novus  Rothschild & Hartert, 1912 ne New Guinea  
        M. f. xanthogenys  Gray, GR, 1858 s and se New Guinea, Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
        M. f. flaviventer  Gould, 1851 n and e Cape York Pen. (ne Australia)  
        M. f. secundus  Mathews, 1912 ne Queensland (ne Australia)  
Black-breasted Boatbill Machaerirhynchus nigripectus  Schlegel, 1871 AU : New Guinea  
        M. n. nigripectus  Schlegel, 1871 Vogelkop (nw New Guinea)  
        M. n. saturatus  Rothschild & Hartert, 1913 c New Guinea  
        M. n. harterti  van Oort, 1909 e and se New Guinea  
       
Vangas (21)
Family Vangidae
   
Red-tailed Vanga Calicalicus madagascariensis  (Linnaeus, 1766) AF : Madagascar  
Red-shouldered Vanga Calicalicus rufocarpalis  Goodman, Hawkins & Domergue, 1997 AF : Madagascar  
Hook-billed Vanga Vanga curvirostris  (Linnaeus, 1766) AF : Madagascar  
        V. c. curvirostris  (Linnaeus, 1766) w, n and e Madagascar  
        V. c. cetera  Bangs, 1928 s Madagascar  
Bernier's Vanga Oriolia bernieri  Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, I, 1838 AF : Madagascar  
Lafresnaye's Vanga Xenopirostris xenopirostris  (Lafresnaye, 1850) AF : Madagascar  
Van Dam's Vanga Xenopirostris damii  Schlegel, 1865 AF : Madagascar  
Pollen's Vanga Xenopirostris polleni  (Schlegel, 1868) AF : Madagascar  
Sickle-billed Vanga Falculea palliata  Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, I, 1836 AF : Madagascar  
White-headed Vanga Artamella viridis  (Statius Müller, 1776) AF : Madagascar  
        A. v. viridis  (Statius Müller, 1776) n and e Madagascar  
        A. v. annae  (Stejneger, 1879) w and s Madagascar  
Chabert Vanga Leptopterus chabert  (Statius Müller, 1776) AF : Madagascar ENG : Delete possessive; name Chabert refers not to a person, but to the Malagasy rendition of this species call (Gregory comm)
        L. c. chabert  (Statius Müller, 1776) w, n and e Madagascar  
        L. c. schistocercus  (Neumann, 1908) sw Madagascar  
Blue Vanga Cyanolanius madagascarinus  (Linnaeus, 1766) AF : Madagascar region  
        C. m. madagascarinus  (Linnaeus, 1766) Madagascar  
        C. m. comorensis  (Shelley, 1894) Mwali (Moheli) I. (in wc Comoro Is.)  
        C. m. bensoni  Louette & Herremans, 1982 Grand Comoro (Njazidja) (in nw Comoro Is.)  
Rufous Vanga Schetba rufa  (Linnaeus, 1766) AF : Madagascar  
        S. r. rufa  (Linnaeus, 1766) n and e Madagascar  
        S. r. occidentalis  Delacour, 1931 w Madagascar  
Helmet Vanga Euryceros prevostii  Lesson, 1831 AF : Madagascar  
Tylas Vanga Tylas eduardi  Hartlaub, 1862 AF : Madagascar  
        T. e. eduardi  Hartlaub, 1862 e Madagascar  
        T. e. albigularis  Hartlaub, 1877 wc Madagascar  
Nuthatch Vanga Hypositta corallirostris  (Newton, A, 1863) AF : Madagascar  
Dark Newtonia Newtonia amphichroa  Reichenow, 1891 AF : Madagascar  
Common Newtonia Newtonia brunneicauda  (Newton, A, 1863) AF : Madagascar  
        N. b. brunneicauda  (Newton, A, 1863) Madagascar  
        N. b. monticola  Salomonsen, 1934 Ankaratra Mts. (c Madagascar)  
Archbold's Newtonia Newtonia archboldi  Delacour & Berlioz, 1931 AF : Madagascar  
Red-tailed Newtonia Newtonia fanovanae  Gyldenstolpe, 1933 AF : Madagascar  
Ward's Flycatcher Pseudobias wardi  Sharpe, 1870 AF : Madagascar  
Crossley's Vanga Mystacornis crossleyi  (Grandidier, A, 1870) AF : Madagascar PHY, ENG : Crossley‘s Babbler is a vanga (Johannson et al. 2008b); CHANGE English name to Crossley‘s Vanga (or Ground Vanga?) (Fjeldsā comm)
       
Butcherbirds and allies (12)
Family Cracticidae
   
Lowland Peltops Peltops blainvillii  (Lesson & Garnot, 1827) AU : New Guinea PHY, SEQ ENG : Peltops species are basal members of Cracticidae (Kearns et al 2013, cf Norman et al 2009). Change English name of Peltops blainvillii to Lowland Peltops (Gregory 2009)
Mountain Peltops Peltops montanus  Stresemann, 1921 AU : New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Peltops montanus to Mountain Peltops (Gregory 2009)
Black Butcherbird Cracticus quoyi  (Lesson & Garnot, 1827) AU : New Guinea, n Australia  
        C. q. quoyi  (Lesson & Garnot, 1827) New Guinea (except sc), Yapen I. and w Papuan islands  
        C. q. spaldingi  Masters, 1878 nw and n Australia, Tiwi Is.  
        C. q. alecto  Schodde & Mason, 1999 sc New Guinea, Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea) and islands in the n Torres Strait  
        C. q. jardini  Mathews, 1912 Cape York Pen. (ne Australia)  
        C. q. rufescens  De Vis, 1883 ne Queensland (ne Australia)  
Grey Butcherbird Cracticus torquatus  (Latham, 1801) AU : c, s, e Australia  
        C. t. argenteus  Gould, 1841 nw Australia  
        C. t. colletti  Mathews, 1912 n Australia  
        C. t. leucopterus  Gould, 1848 w, s and e Australia  
        C. t. torquatus  (Latham, 1801) se Australia  
        C. t. cinereus  (Gould, 1837) Tasmania  
Black-backed Butcherbird Cracticus mentalis  Salvadori & D'Albertis, 1875 AU : se New Guinea, ne Australia  
        C. m. mentalis  Salvadori & D'Albertis, 1875 s and se New Guinea  
        C. m. kempi  Mathews, 1912 Cape York Pen. (ne Australia)  
Pied Butcherbird Cracticus nigrogularis  (Gould, 1837) AU : Australia  
        C. n. picatus  Gould, 1848 w, c and n Australia  
        C. n. nigrogularis  (Gould, 1837) e Australia  
Hooded Butcherbird Cracticus cassicus  (Boddaert, 1783) AU : New Guinea  
        C. c. cassicus  (Boddaert, 1783) w Papuan islands, New Guinea and n islands, Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
        C. c. hercules  Mayr, 1940 Trobriand Is. and D'Entrecasteaux Arch.  
Tagula Butcherbird Cracticus louisiadensis  Tristram, 1889 AU : Tagula Is (Louisiades)  
Australian Magpie Gymnorhina tibicen  (Latham, 1801) AU : sc New Guinea, Australia  
        G. t. papuana  Bangs & Peters, JL, 1926 sc New Guinea  
        G. t. eylandtensis  White, HL, 1922 interior n Australia  
        G. t. terraereginae  (Mathews, 1912) ec and ne Australia  
        G. t. tibicen  (Latham, 1801) coastal e to se Australia  
        G. t. tyrannica  Schodde & Mason, 1999 coastal sc to se Australia  
        G. t. hypoleuca  (Gould, 1837) Tasmania and islands in the Bass Strait  
        G. t. telonocua  Schodde & Mason, 1999 sc Australia  
        G. t. dorsalis  Campbell, AJ, 1895 sw Australia  
        G. t. longirostris  Milligan, 1903 w Australia  
Pied Currawong Strepera graculina  (Shaw, 1790) AU : ne, e Australia  
        S. g. magnirostris  White, HL, 1923 Cape York Pen. (ne Australia)  
        S. g. robinsoni  Mathews, 1912 ne Queensland (ne Australia)  
        S. g. graculina  (Shaw, 1790) e Australia  
        S. g. crissalis  Sharpe, 1877 Lord Howe I. (e of Australia)  
        S. g. nebulosa  Schodde & Mason, 1999 s New South Wales and e Victoria (se Australia)  
        S. g. ashbyi †  Mathews, 1913 sw Victoria (se Australia)  
Black Currawong Strepera fuliginosa  (Gould, 1837) AU : Tasmania  
        S. f. fuliginosa  (Gould, 1837) Tasmania  
        S. f. parvior  Schodde & Mason, 1999 Flinders I. (in Bass Strait)  
        S. f. colei  Mathews, 1916 King I. (in Bass Strait)  
Grey Currawong Strepera versicolor  (Latham, 1801) AU : s Australia  
        S. v. versicolor  (Latham, 1801) e to se Australia  
        S. v. arguta  Gould, 1846 e Tasmania  
        S. v. melanoptera  Gould, 1846 sc to se Australia  
        S. v. halmaturina  Mathews, 1912 Kangaroo I. (off s Australia)  
        S. v. intermedia  Sharpe, 1877 sc Australia  
        S. v. plumbea  Gould, 1846 sw Australia  

Bristlehead(1)

 Family Pityriaseidae   PHY : Bornean Bristlehead is related to Aegithina and perhaps the helmetshrikes (Prionopidae), not to the butcherbirds (Cracticidae) as previously thought (Moyle et al 2006)
       
Bornean Bristlehead  Pityriasis gymnocephala (Temminck, 1836)  OR : Borneo  
       
       
Woodswallows (11)
  Family Artamidae
  PHY : Woodswallows are members of a larger assemblage that includes butcherbirds, peltops, bushshrikes, boatbills, and cuckooshrikes (Norman et al 2009)
Ashy Woodswallow Artamus fuscus  Vieillot, 1817 OR : widespread  
White-breasted Woodswallow Artamus leucorynchus  (Linnaeus, 1771) AU : widespread, also Andaman Islands to Philippines  
        A. l. pelewensis  Finsch, 1876 Palau Is. (e of the s Philippines)  
        A. l. leucorynchus  (Linnaeus, 1771) Philippines to Borneo  
        A. l. amydrus  Oberholser, 1917 w Malay Pen., Sumatra, Java, Bali and nearby islands  
        A. l. humei  Stresemann, 1913 Andaman Is. and Coco Is. (n of the Andaman Is.)  
        A. l. albiventer  (Lesson, 1831) Sulawesi and w and c Lesser Sundas  
        A. l. musschenbroeki  Meyer, AB, 1884 Tanimbar and Babar Is. (e Lesser Sundas)  
        A. l. leucopygialis  Gould, 1842 Moluccas, New Guinea, Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea and n and e Australia  
        A. l. melaleucus  (Wagler, 1827) New Caledonia and Loyalty Is.  
        A. l. tenuis  Mayr, 1943 Vanuatu and Banks Is.  
Fiji Woodswallow Artamus mentalis  Jardine, 1845 PO : Fiji Islands  
Ivory-backed Woodswallow Artamus monachus  Bonaparte, 1850 AU : Sulawesi  
Great Woodswallow Artamus maximus  Meyer, AB, 1874 AU : New Guinea  
White-backed Woodswallow Artamus insignis  Sclater, PL, 1877 AU : Bismarck Archipelago  
Masked Woodswallow Artamus personatus  (Gould, 1841) AU : Australia  
White-browed Woodswallow Artamus superciliosus  (Gould, 1837) AU : c Australia  
Black-faced Woodswallow Artamus cinereus  Vieillot, 1817 AU : Australia, Lesser Sundas, sc PNG (A.c. normani)  
        A. c. perspicillatus  Bonaparte, 1850 e Lesser Sundas  
        A. c. normani  (Mathews, 1923) ne Australia  
        A. c. dealbatus  Schodde & Mason, 1999 e Australia  
        A. c. melanops  Gould, 1865 w and nw Australia to inland se  
        A. c. cinereus  Vieillot, 1817 sw Australia  
Dusky Woodswallow Artamus cyanopterus  (Latham, 1801) AU : s Australia  
        A. c. cyanopterus  (Latham, 1801) sc to se Australia  
        A. c. perthi  (Mathews, 1915) sw to sc Australia  
Little Woodswallow Artamus minor  Vieillot, 1817 AU : n,c Australia  
        A. m. derbyi  Mathews, 1912 n to e Australia  
        A. m. minor  Vieillot, 1817 wc and c Australia  
       
Ioras (4)
Family Aegithinidae
   
Common Iora Aegithina tiphia  (Linnaeus, 1758) OR : widespread  
        A. t. multicolor  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) sw India and Sri Lanka  
        A. t. deignani  Hall, BP, 1957 s and e India, n and c Burma  
        A. t. humei  Baker, ECS, 1922 c peninsular India  
        A. t. tiphia  (Linnaeus, 1758) n India to w Burma  
        A. t. septentrionalis  Koelz, 1939 nw Himalayas  
        A. t. philipi  Oustalet, 1886 sc China, e Burma, n Thailand and n and c Indochina  
        A. t. cambodiana  Hall, BP, 1957 se Thailand, Cambodia and s Vietnam  
        A. t. horizoptera  Oberholser, 1912 se Burma and sw Thailand, Malay Pen., Sumatra, and nearby islands  
        A. t. scapularis  (Horsfield, 1821) Java and Bali  
        A. t. viridis  (Bonaparte, 1850) c and s Borneo  
        A. t. aequanimis  Bangs, 1922 n Borneo and w Philippines  
Marshall's Iora Aegithina nigrolutea  (Marshall, GFL, 1876) OR : nw India, Sri Lanka  
Green Iora Aegithina viridissima  (Bonaparte, 1850) OR : Southeast Asia, Sumatra, Borneo  
        A. v. viridissima  (Bonaparte, 1850) s Burma, Malay Pen., Sumatra and Borneo  
        A. v. thapsina  Oberholser, 1917 Anamba Is. (e of Malay Pen.)  
Great Iora Aegithina lafresnayei  (Hartlaub, 1844) OR : Southeast Asia  
        A. l. innotata  (Blyth, 1847) s Burma and s China s to n Malay Pen., s Laos and c Vietnam.  
        A. l. xanthotis  (Sharpe, 1882) Cambodia and s Vietnam  
        A. l. lafresnayei  (Hartlaub, 1844) s Thailand and Malay Pen.  
       
Cuckooshrikes (92)
Family Campephagidae
   
Ground Cuckooshrike Coracina maxima  (Rüppell, 1839) AU : c Australia  
Large Cuckooshrike Coracina macei  (Lesson, 1831) OR : widespread  
        C. m. nipalensis  (Hodgson, 1836) Himalayas  
        C. m. macei  (Lesson, 1831) c and s India  
        C. m. layardi  (Blyth, 1866) Sri Lanka  
        C. m. andamana  (Neumann, 1915) Andaman Is. (w of s Burma)  
        C. m. rexpineti  (Swinhoe, 1863) se China, Taiwan, n Laos and n Vietnam  
        C. m. larvivora  (Hartert, 1910) Hainan (off se China)  
        C. m. siamensis  (Baker, ECS, 1918) Burma and s China to s Indochina  
        C. m. larutensis  (Sharpe, 1887) Malay Pen.  
Javan Cuckooshrike Coracina javensis  (Horsfield, 1821) OR : Java  
Black-faced Cuckooshrike Coracina novaehollandiae  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) AU : widespread  
        C. n. subpallida  Mathews, 1912 wc Australia  
        C. n. melanops  (Latham, 1801) sw, s, n and e Australia  
        C. n. novaehollandiae  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) Tasmania and islands in the Bass Strait  
Wallacean Cuckooshrike Coracina personata  (Müller, S, 1843) AU : Lesser Sundas  
        C. p. floris  (Sharpe, 1878) w Lesser Sundas  
        C. p. alfrediana  (Hartert, 1898) e Lesser Sundas  
        C. p. sumbensis  (Meyer, AB, 1881) Sumba (sc Lesser Sundas)  
        C. p. personata  (Müller, S, 1843) c Lesser Sundas  
        C. p. unimoda  (Sclater, PL, 1883) Tanimbar Is.  
        C. p. pollens  (Salvadori, 1874) Kai Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
Buru Cuckooshrike Coracina fortis  (Salvadori, 1878) AU : s Moluccas  
Moluccan Cuckooshrike Coracina atriceps  (Müller, S, 1843) AU : Moluccas  
        C. a. atriceps  (Müller, S, 1843) Seram (s Moluccas)  
        C. a. magnirostris  (Bonaparte, 1850) n Moluccas  
Slaty Cuckooshrike Coracina schistacea  (Sharpe, 1878) AU : Sula Islands, Banggai Islands  
South Melanesian Cuckooshrike Coracina caledonica  (Gmelin, JF, 1788) AU : Vanuatu, Loyalty Is., New Caledonia ENG : Change English name of Coracina caledonica to (South) Melanesian Cuckooshrike with split of C. welchmani
        C. c. thilenii  (Neumann, 1915) Vanuatu  
        C. c. seiuncta  Mayr & Ripley, 1941 Erromanga (s Vanuatu)  
        C. c. lifuensis  (Tristram, 1879) Lifou (Loyalty Is.)  
        C. c. caledonica  (Gmelin, JF, 1788) New Caledonia  
North Melanesian Cuckooshrike Coracina welchmani  (Tristram, 1892) AU : Solomon Islands AS : Coracina welchmani is split from C. caledonica (Taylor 2005)
        C. w. bougainvillei  (Mathews, 1928) Bougainville I.  
        C. w. kulambangrae  Rothschild & Hartert, 1916 New Georgia Group  
        C. w. welchmani  (Tristram, 1892) Santa Isabel I.  
        C. w. amadonis  Cain & Galbraith, ICJ, 1955 Guadalcanal I.  
Stout-billed Cuckooshrike Coracina caeruleogrisea  (Gray, GR, 1858) AU : New Guinea  
        C. c. strenua  (Schlegel, 1871) w, n and c New Guinea, Yapen I.  
        C. c. caeruleogrisea  (Gray, GR, 1858) sc New Guinea, Aru Is. (sw of NewGuinea)  
        C. c. adamsoni  Mayr & Rand, 1936 se New Guinea  
Cerulean Cuckooshrike Coracina temminckii  (Müller, S, 1843) AU : Sulawesi  
        C. t. temminckii  (Müller, S, 1843) n Sulawesi  
        C. t. rileyi  Meise, 1931 c and se Sulawesi  
        C. t. tonkeana  (Meyer, AB, 1903) e Sulawesi  
Sunda Cuckooshrike Coracina larvata  (Müller, S, 1843) OR : Sumatra, Borneo, Java  
        C. l. melanocephala  (Salvadori, 1879) Sumatra  
        C. l. larvata  (Müller, S, 1843) Java  
        C. l. normani  (Sharpe, 1887) Borneo  
Bar-bellied Cuckooshrike Coracina striata  (Boddaert, 1783) OR : se Asia to Philippines  
        C. s. sumatrensis  (Müller, S, 1843) s Thailand, Malay Pen., Sumatra, Riau Arch., and Borneo and nearby islands.  
        C. s. simalurensis  (Richmond, 1903) Simeulue I. (off w Sumatra)  
        C. s. babiensis  (Richmond, 1903) Babi I. (off w Sumatra)  
        C. s. kannegieteri  (Büttikofer, 1896) Nias I. (off w Sumatra)  
        C. s. enganensis  (Salvadori, 1892) Enggano I. (off w Sumatra)  
        C. s. bungurensis  (Hartert, 1894) Anambas and Natuna Is. (nw of Borneo)  
        C. s. vordermani  (Hartert, 1901) Kangean Is. (Java Sea n of Bali)  
        C. s. difficilis  (Hartert, 1895) w Philippines  
        C. s. striata  (Boddaert, 1783) n Philippines  
        C. s. mindorensis  (Steere, 1890) wc Philippines  
        C. s. panayensis  (Steere, 1890) c Philippines  
        C. s. boholensis  Rand & Rabor, 1959 ec Philippines  
        C. s. cebuensis † (Ogilvie-Grant, 1896) Cebu (c Philippines)  
        C. s. kochii  (Kutter, 1882) s Philippines  
        C. s. guillemardi  (Salvadori, 1886) Sulu Arch. (s Philippines)  
Andaman Cuckooshrike Coracina dobsoni  (Ball, 1872) OR : Andaman Is. AS : Coracina dobsoni is split from C. striata (Rasmussen & Anderton 2005).
Pied Cuckooshrike Coracina bicolor  (Temminck, 1824) AU : n Sulawesi  
Barred Cuckooshrike Coracina lineata  (Swainson, 1825) AU : widespread  
        C. l. axillaris  (Salvadori, 1876) Waigeo I. (w Papuan islands), New Guinea  
        C. l. maforensis  (Meyer, AB, 1874) Numfor I. (off nw New Guinea)  
        C. l. sublineata  (Sclater, PL, 1879) New Ireland and New Britain (Bismarck Arch.)  
        C. l. nigrifrons  (Tristram, 1892) nw Solomon Is.  
        C. l. ombriosa  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1905) c Solomon Is.  
        C. l. pusilla  (Ramsay, EP, 1879) Guadalcanal I. (sc Solomons)  
        C. l. malaitae  Mayr, 1931 Malaita (se Solomons)  
        C. l. makirae  Mayr, 1935 San Cristobal I. (se Solomons)  
        C. l. gracilis  Mayr, 1931 Rennell (s Solomons)  
        C. l. lineata  (Swainson, 1825) ne Australia  
Boyer's Cuckooshrike Coracina boyeri  (Gray, GR, 1846) AU : New Guinea  
        C. b. boyeri  (Gray, GR, 1846) w Papuan islands, nw and n New Guinea  
        C. b. subalaris  (Sharpe, 1878) s and se New Guinea  
White-rumped Cuckooshrike Coracina leucopygia  (Bonaparte, 1850) AU : Sulawesi  
White-bellied Cuckooshrike Coracina papuensis  (Gmelin, JF, 1788) AU : widespread  
        C. p. papuensis  (Gmelin, JF, 1788) n Moluccas, w Papuan islands, w and n New Guinea, Lesser Sundas and Kai Is.  
        C. p. rothschildi  Kok, 2008 sc New Guinea  
        C. p. angustifrons  (Salvadori, 1876) c to se New Guinea  
        C. p. louisiadensis  (Hartert, 1898) Louisiade Arch.  
        C. p. oriomo  Mayr & Rand, 1936 sc New Guinea, islands in the Torres Strait and ne Australia  
        C. p. timorlaoensis  (Meyer, AB, 1884) Tanimbar Is.  
        C. p. hypoleuca  (Gould, 1848) n Australia, Kai and Aru Is.  
        C. p. apsleyi  Mathews, 1912 Melville I. and adjacent coastal n Australia  
        C. p. artamoides  Schodde & Mason, 1999 ne to e Australia  
        C. p. robusta  (Latham, 1801) se Australia  
        C. p. sclaterii  (Salvadori, 1878) Bismarck Asrch.  
        C. p. perpallida  Rothschild & Hartert, 1916 n Solomon Is.  
        C. p. elegans  (Ramsay, EP, 1881) c and s Solomon Is.  
        C. p. eyerdami  Mayr, 1931 Malaita (se Solomons)  
Manus Cuckooshrike Coracina ingens  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1914) AU : Admiralty Islands  
Hooded Cuckooshrike Coracina longicauda  (De Vis, 1890) AU : New Guinea  
        C. l. grisea  Junge, 1939 wc to ec New Guinea  
        C. l. longicauda  (De Vis, 1890) se New Guinea  
Halmahera Cuckooshrike Coracina parvula  (Salvadori, 1878) AU : n Moluccas  
Pygmy Cuckooshrike Coracina abbotti  (Riley, 1918) AU : Sulawesi  
New Caledonian Cuckooshrike Coracina analis  (Verreaux, J & Des Murs, 1860) AU : New Caledonia  
Grey Cuckooshrike Coracina caesia  (Lichtenstein, 1823) AF : widespread  
        C. c. pura  (Sharpe, 1891) se Nigeria, w Cameroon, Bioko I. and Equatorial Guinea; se Sudan and Ethiopia through e DR Congo s to nw Mozambique  
        C. c. caesia  (Lichtenstein, 1823) Zimbabwe and c Mozamibique to s South Africa  
White-breasted Cuckooshrike Coracina pectoralis  (Jardine & Selby, 1828) AF : widespread  
Grauer's Cuckooshrike Coracina graueri  Neumann, 1908 AF : ec  
Madagascan Cuckooshrike Coracina cinerea  (Statius Müller, 1776) AF : Madagascar  
        C. c. cinerea  (Statius Müller, 1776) n and e Madagascar  
        C. c. pallida  Delacour, 1931 w and s Madagascar  
Comoros Cuckooshrike Coracina cucullata  (Milne-Edwards & Oustalet, 1885) AF : Comoros  
        C. c. cucullata  (Milne-Edwards & Oustalet, 1885) Grand Comoro (Njazidja) (in nw Comoro Is.)  
        C. c. moheliensis  Benson, 1960 Mwali I. (Moheli) (in wc Comoro Is.)  
Blue Cuckooshrike Coracina azurea  (Cassin, 1852) AF : w, c  
Mauritius Cuckooshrike Coracina typica  (Hartlaub, 1865) IO : Mauritius  
Reunion Cuckooshrike Coracina newtoni  (Pollen, 1866) IO : La Réunion  
Blackish Cuckooshrike Coracina coerulescens  (Blyth, 1842) OR : Philippines  
        C. c. coerulescens  (Blyth, 1842) Luzon and Catanduanes (n Philippines)  
        C. c. deschauenseei  duPont, 1972 Marinduque (nc Philippines)  
        C. c. altera †  (Ramsay, RGW, 1881) Cebu (c Philippines)  
Pale-shouldered Cicadabird Coracina dohertyi  (Hartert, 1896) AU : Lesser Sundas  
Kai Cicadabird Coracina dispar  (Salvadori, 1878) AU : Kai Islands  
Common Cicadabird Coracina tenuirostris  (Jardine, 1831) AU : widespread, also s Pacific  
        C. t. edithae  (Stresemann, 1932) s Sulawesi  
        C. t. pererrata  (Hartert, 1918) Tukangbesi Is. (off se Sulawesi)  
        C. t. kalaotuae  (Meise, 1929) Kalaotoa I. (between Sulawesi and Flores)  
        C. t. emancipata  (Hartert, 1896) Tanahjampea I. (between Sulawesi and Flores)  
        C. t. timoriensis  (Sharpe, 1878) c Lesser Sundas  
        C. t. pelingi  (Hartert, 1918) Banggai Is. (off e Sulawesi)  
        C. t. grayi  (Salvadori, 1879) n Moluccas  
        C. t. obiensis  (Salvadori, 1878) Obi and Bisa (c Moluccas)  
        C. t. amboinensis  (Hartlaub, 1865) s Moluccas  
        C. t. admiralitatis  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1914) Admiralty Is.  
        C. t. matthiae  (Sibley, 1946) Storm and St. Matthias Is. (Bismarck Arch.)  
        C. t. heinrothi  (Stresemann, 1922) New Britain (Bismarck Arch.)  
        C. t. rooki  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1914) Umboi I. (Bismarck Arch.)  
        C. t. nehrkorni  (Salvadori, 1890) Waigeo I. (w Papuan island)  
        C. t. numforana  Peters, JL & Mayr, 1960 Numfor I. (off nw New Guinea)  
        C. t. meyerii  (Salvadori, 1878) Biak I. (off nw New Guinea)  
        C. t. aruensis  (Sharpe, 1878) Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea), sw to sc New Guinea  
        C. t. muellerii  (Salvadori, 1876) Kafiau and Misool Is. (w Papuan islands), New Guinea (except the south) and D'Entrecasteaux Arch.  
        C. t. tagulana  (Hartert, 1898) Tagula and Misima Is. (Louisiade Arch.)  
        C. t. rostrata  (Hartert, 1898) Rossel I. (Louisiade Arch.)  
        C. t. nisoria  (Mayr, 1950) Russell I. (sc Solomons)  
        C. t. melvillensis  Mathews, 1912 n Australia  
        C. t. tenuirostris  (Jardine, 1831) e Australia  
Palau Cicadabird Coracina monacha  (Hartlaub & Finsch, 1872) PO : Palau Islands  
Yap Cicadabird Coracina nesiotis  (Hartlaub & Finsch, 1872) PO : Caroline Islands  
Pohnpei Cicadabird Coracina insperata  (Finsch, 1876) PO : Caroline Islands  
Grey-capped Cicadabird Coracina remota  (Sharpe, 1878) AU : Bismarck Archipelago  
        C. r. remota  (Sharpe, 1878) New Ireland, New Hanover and Feni I. (Bismarck Arch.)  
        C. r. ultima  Mayr, 1955 Tabar, Lihir and Tanga Is. (Bismarck Arch.)  
        C. r. saturatior  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1902) n and c Solomon Is.  
        C. r. erythropygia  (Sharpe, 1888) s Solomon Is.  
Makira Cicadabird Coracina salomonis  (Tristram, 1879) AU : Solomon Islands  
Black-bibbed Cicadabird Coracina mindanensis  (Tweeddale, 1879) OR : Philippines  
        C. m. lecroyae  Parkes, 1971 Luzon (n Philippines)  
        C. m. elusa  (McGregor, 1905) Mindoro (nc Philippines)  
        C. m. ripleyi  Parkes, 1971 ec Philippines  
        C. m. mindanensis  (Tweeddale, 1879) s Philippines  
        C. m. everetti  (Sharpe, 1893) Sulu Arch. (sw Philippines)  
Sulawesi Cicadabird Coracina morio  (Müller, S, 1843) AU : Sulawesi  
        C. m. morio  (Müller, S, 1843) Sulawesi and nearby islands  
        C. m. salvadorii  (Sharpe, 1878) Sangihe Is. (ne of Sulawesi)  
        C. m. talautensis  (Meyer, AB & Wiglesworth, 1895) Talaud Is. (ne of Sulawesi)  
Sula Cicadabird Coracina sula  (Hartert, 1918) AU : islands e of Sulawesi  
Pale Cicadabird Coracina ceramensis  (Bonaparte, 1850) AU : Moluccas  
        C. c. ceramensis  (Bonaparte, 1850) Seram, Buru and Boano  
        C. c. hoogerwerfi  (Jany, 1955) Obi  
Black-shouldered Cicadabird Coracina incerta  (Meyer, AB, 1874) AU : New Guinea  
Grey-headed Cuckooshrike Coracina schisticeps  (Gray, GR, 1846) AU : New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Coracina schisticeps to Grey-headed Cuckooshrike (Gregory 2009)
        C. s. schisticeps  (Gray, GR, 1846) w Papuan islands and nw New Guinea  
        C. s. reichenowi  (Neumann, 1917) n New Guinea  
        C. s. poliopsa  (Sharpe, 1882) s New Guinea  
        C. s. vittata  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1914) D'Entrecasteaux Arch.  
Black Cicadabird Coracina melas  (Lesson, 1828) AU : New Guinea  
        C. m. waigeuensis  (Stresemann & Paludan, 1932) Waigeo I. (w Papuan island)  
        C. m. tommasonis  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1903) Yapen I. (off nw New Guinea)  
        C. m. melas  (Lesson, 1828) Salawati I. (w Papuan island), n and w New Guinea  
        C. m. meeki  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1903) e and s New Guinea  
        C. m. goodsoni  (Mathews, 1928) Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
        C. m. batantae  (Gyldenstolpe & Mayr, 1955) Batanta I. (w Papuan island)  
Black-bellied Cuckooshrike Coracina montana  (Meyer, AB, 1874) AU : New Guinea  
        C. m. montana  (Meyer, AB, 1874) w and c New Guinea  
        C. m. bicinia  Diamond, 1969 n New Guinea  
Solomons Cuckooshrike Coracina holopolia  (Sharpe, 1888) AU : Solomon Islands ENG : CHANGE English name of Coracina holopolia from Black-bellied Cicadabird to Solomons Cuckooshrike (Guy Dutson et al 2010)
        C. h. holopolia  (Sharpe, 1888) nw Solomons  
        C. h. tricolor  (Mayr, 1931) Malaita (se Solomons)  
        C. h. pygmaea  (Mayr, 1931) c Solomons  
White-winged Cuckooshrike Coracina ostenta  Ripley, 1952 OR : Philippines  
McGregor's Cuckooshrike Coracina mcgregori  (Mearns, 1907) OR : Philippines  
Indochinese Cuckooshrike Coracina polioptera  (Sharpe, 1878) OR : Southeast Asia  
        C. p. jabouillei  Delacour, 1951 c Vietnam  
        C. p. indochinensis  (Kloss, 1925) Burma to e Thailand, c Laos and sc Vietnam  
        C. p. polioptera  (Sharpe, 1878) s Burma, s Thailand, Cambodia and s Vietnam  
Black-winged Cuckooshrike Coracina melaschistos  (Hodgson, 1836) OR : Himalayas through Southeast Asia  
        C. m. melaschistos  (Hodgson, 1836) n Pakistan to ne India, n and w Burma and sw China  
        C. m. avensis  (Blyth, 1852) sc China through e Burma to n Thailand, n Laos and c Vietnam  
        C. m. intermedia  (Hume, 1877) c and se China, Taiwan  
        C. m. saturata  (Swinhoe, 1870) ne and c Vietnam, Hainan I. (off se China)  
Lesser Cuckooshrike Coracina fimbriata  (Temminck, 1824) OR : Southeast Asia  
        C. f. neglecta  (Hume, 1877) s Burma and s Thailand  
        C. f. culminata  (Hay, 1845) Malay Pen.  
        C. f. schierbrandii  (Pelzeln, 1865) Sumatra and Borneo  
        C. f. compta  (Richmond, 1903) Simeulue and Siberut Is. (off w Sumatra)  
        C. f. fimbriata  (Temminck, 1824) Java and Bali  
Black-headed Cuckooshrike Coracina melanoptera  (Rüppell, 1839) OR : India, Sri Lanka  
        C. m. melanoptera  (Rüppell, 1839) nw India  
        C. m. sykesi  (Strickland, 1844) nc and e India s to Sri Lanka  
Golden Cuckooshrike Campochaera sloetii  (Schlegel, 1866) AU : New Guinea  
        C. s. sloetii  (Schlegel, 1866) w and nw New Guinea  
        C. s. flaviceps  Salvadori, 1879 s New Guinea  
Black-and-white Triller Lalage melanoleuca  (Blyth, 1861) OR : Philippines  
        L. m. melanoleuca  (Blyth, 1861) n Philippines  
        L. m. minor  (Steere, 1890) ec and s Philippines  
Pied Triller Lalage nigra  (Forster, JR, 1781) OR : Malay Peninsula to Philippines  
        L. n. davisoni  Kloss, 1926 Nicobar Is.  
        L. n. striga  (Horsfield, 1821) s Thailand, s Malay Pen., Sumatra, Bangka, Belitung and w Java  
        L. n. nigra  (Forster, JR, 1781) Borneo, nearby islands and the Philippines  
White-rumped Triller Lalage leucopygialis  Walden, 1872 AU : Sulawesi  
White-shouldered Triller Lalage sueurii  (Vieillot, 1818) AU : Lesser Sundas, Sulawesi, also Java  
White-winged Triller Lalage tricolor  (Swainson, 1825) AU : s New Guinea, Australia  
Rufous-bellied Triller Lalage aurea  (Temminck, 1825) AU : n Moluccas  
Black-browed Triller Lalage atrovirens  (Gray, GR, 1862) AU : n New Guinea  
        L. a. atrovirens  (Gray, GR, 1862) w Papuan islands and n New Guinea  
        L. a. leucoptera  (Schlegel, 1871) Biak I. (off nw New Guinea)  
White-browed Triller Lalage moesta  Sclater, PL, 1883 AU : s Moluccas  
Varied Triller Lalage leucomela  (Vigors & Horsfield, 1827) AU : c New Guinea, Bismarck Archipelago, n, e Australia  
        L. l. keyensis  Rothschild & Hartert, 1917 Kai Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
        L. l. polygrammica  (Gray, GR, 1858) Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea), s and e New Guinea  
        L. l. obscurior  Rothschild & Hartert, 1917 D'Entrecasteaux Arch.  
        L. l. trobriandi  Mayr, 1936 Trobriand Is. (e of New Guinea)  
        L. l. pallescens  Rothschild & Hartert, 1917 Louisiade Arch.  
        L. l. falsa  Hartert, 1925 Umboi, New Britain and Duke of York Is. (s Bismarck Arch.)  
        L. l. karu  (Lesson & Garnot, 1827) New Ireland (Bismarck Arch.)  
        L. l. albidior  Hartert, 1924 New Hanover (Bismarck Arch.)  
        L. l. ottomeyeri  Stresemann, 1933 Lihir Is. (Bismarck Arch.)  
        L. l. tabarensis  Mayr, 1955 Tabar I. (Bismarck Arch.)  
        L. l. sumunae  Salomonsen, 1964 Dyaul I. (Bismarck Arch.)  
        L. l. macrura  Schodde, 1989 nw Australia  
        L. l. rufiventris  (Gray, GR, 1846) n Australia and Melville I.  
        L. l. yorki  Mathews, 1912 sc New Guinea, islands in the Torres Strait and Cape York Pen. (ne Australia)  
        L. l. leucomela  (Vigors & Horsfield, 1827) e Australia  
Mussau Triller Lalage conjuncta  Rothschild & Hartert, 1924 AU : St. Matthias Is. in the Bismarck Arch. AS : Lalage conjuncta is split from L. leucomela (Taylor 2005);Change English name to Mussau Triller (Gregory 2009)
Polynesian Triller Lalage maculosa  (Peale, 1848) PO : Fiji Islands, Vanuatu, w Samoa  
        L. m. ultima  Mayr & Ripley, 1941 Efate I. (c Vanuatu)  
        L. m. modesta  Mayr & Ripley, 1941 n and c Vanuatu  
        L. m. melanopygia  Mayr & Ripley, 1941 Utupa and Ndeni Is. (Santa Cruz Is.)  
        L. m. vanikorensis  Mayr & Ripley, 1941 Vanikoro (Santa Cruz Is.)  
        L. m. soror  Mayr & Ripley, 1941 Kadavu I. (sw Fiji)  
        L. m. pumila  Neumann, 1927 Viti Levu (sw Fiji)  
        L. m. mixta  Mayr & Ripley, 1941 nw and c Fiji Is.  
        L. m. woodi  Wetmore, 1925 n Fiji Is.  
        L. m. rotumae  Neumann, 1927 Rotuma I (n of Fiji)  
        L. m. nesophila  Mayr & Ripley, 1941 Lau Arch. (e of Fiji)  
        L. m. tabuensis  Mayr & Ripley, 1941 c and s Tonga  
        L. m. vauana  Mayr & Ripley, 1941 Vava'u Group (c Tonga Is.)  
        L. m. keppeli  Mayr & Ripley, 1941 Tafahi and Niuatoputapo Is (n Tonga Is.)  
        L. m. futunae  Mayr & Ripley, 1941 Wallis and Futuna Is. (w of Samoa)  
        L. m. whitmeei  Sharpe, 1878 Niue I. (e of Tonga)  
        L. m. maculosa  (Peale, 1848) Samoa  
Samoan Triller Lalage sharpei  Rothschild, 1900 PO : w Samoa  
        L. s. sharpei  Rothschild, 1900 Upolu I.  
        L. s. tenebrosa  Mayr & Ripley, 1941 Savaii I.  
Long-tailed Triller Lalage leucopyga  (Gould, 1838) AU : Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia  
        L. l. affinis  (Tristram, 1879) se Solomon Is.  
        L. l. deficiens  Mayr & Ripley, 1941 Torres and Banks Is. (n Vanuatu)  
        L. l. albiloris  Mayr & Ripley, 1941 c and n Vanuatu  
        L. l. simillima  (Sarasin, 1913) s Vanuatu and Loyalty Is.  
        L. l. montrosieri  Verreaux, J & Des Murs, 1860 New Caledonia  
        L. l. leucopyga †  (Gould, 1838) Norfolk I.  
Black Cuckooshrike Campephaga flava  Vieillot, 1817 AF : e, s  
Red-shouldered Cuckooshrike Campephaga phoenicea  (Latham, 1790) AF : e, c, w  
Petit's Cuckooshrike Campephaga petiti  Oustalet, 1884 AF : c  
Purple-throated Cuckooshrike Campephaga quiscalina  Finsch, 1869 AF : w, c  
        C. q. quiscalina  Finsch, 1869 Guinea and Sierra Leone to n Angola  
        C. q. martini  Jackson, 1912 s Sudan and w Kenya to e DR Congo and Zambia  
        C. q. muenzneri  Reichenow, 1915 e Tanzania  
Western Wattled Cuckooshrike Lobotos lobatus  (Temminck, 1824) AF : w  
Eastern Wattled Cuckooshrike Lobotos oriolinus  Bates, 1909 AF : c  
Rosy Minivet Pericrocotus roseus  (Vieillot, 1818) OR : Himalayas to s Thailand  
Swinhoe's Minivet Pericrocotus cantonensis  Swinhoe & Sclater, PL, 1861 EU : c, se China  
Ashy Minivet Pericrocotus divaricatus  (Raffles, 1822) EU : e  
Ryukyu Minivet Pericrocotus tegimae  Stejneger, 1887 EU : s Japan  
Small Minivet Pericrocotus cinnamomeus  (Linnaeus, 1766) OR : widespread  
        P. c. pallidus  Baker, ECS, 1920 Pakistan and nw India  
        P. c. peregrinus  (Linnaeus, 1766) nw Himalayas and n India  
        P. c. malabaricus  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) w India  
        P. c. cinnamomeus  (Linnaeus, 1766) c and s India, Sri Lanka  
        P. c. vividus  Baker, ECS, 1920 c Himalayas and e India through c Burma to c Thailand, Andaman Is.  
        P. c. thai  Deignan, 1947 ne Burma, n Thailand and Laos  
        P. c. sacerdos  Riley, 1940 Cambodia and s Vietnam  
        P. c. separatus  Deignan, 1947 se Burma and nw peninsular Thailand  
        P. c. saturatus  Baker, ECS, 1920 Java and Bali  
Fiery Minivet Pericrocotus igneus  Blyth, 1846 OR : Burma to Borneo and Palawan  
        P. i. igneus  Blyth, 1846 Burma to Sumatra and Borneo, Palawan  
        P. i. trophis  Oberholser, 1912 Simeulue I. (off w Sumatra)  
Little Minivet Pericrocotus lansbergei  Büttikofer, 1886 AU : w Lesser Sundas  
White-bellied Minivet Pericrocotus erythropygius  (Jerdon, 1840) OR : India  
Jerdon's Minivet Pericrocotus albifrons  Jerdon, 1862 OR : c Burma AS : Pericrocotus albifrons is split from P. erythropygius (Rasmussen & Anderton 2005).
Grey-chinned Minivet Pericrocotus solaris  Blyth, 1846 OR : widespread  
        P. s. solaris  Blyth, 1846 c and e Himalayas, n and w Burma  
        P. s. rubrolimbatus  Salvadori, 1887 e and se Burma, n Thailand  
        P. s. montpellieri  La Touche, 1922 s China  
        P. s. griseogularis  Gould, 1863 se China, Taiwan, Hainan, ne Laos and n Vietnam  
        P. s. deignani  Riley, 1940 s Laos and c Vietnam  
        P. s. nassovicus  Deignan, 1938 se Thailand and s Cambodia  
        P. s. montanus  Salvadori, 1879 w Malaysia and w Sumatra  
        P. s. cinereigula  Sharpe, 1889 n Borneo  
Long-tailed Minivet Pericrocotus ethologus  Bangs & Phillips, JC, 1914 OR : Himalayas to Laos  
        P. e. favillaceus  Bangs & Phillips, JC, 1914 ne Afghanistan to w Nepal  
        P. e. laetus  Mayr, 1940 e Nepal and ne India to sc China  
        P. e. ethologus  Bangs & Phillips, JC, 1914 ne India and n Burma to c China  
        P. e. yvettae  Bangs, 1921 ne Burma and s China  
        P. e. mariae  Ripley, 1952 se Assam (ne India) and w Burma  
        P. e. ripponi  Baker, ECS, 1924 e Burma and nw Thailand  
        P. e. annamensis  Robinson & Kloss, 1923 sc Vietnam  
Short-billed Minivet Pericrocotus brevirostris  (Vigors, 1831) OR : Himalayas to Laos  
        P. b. brevirostris  (Vigors, 1831) c and e Himalayas, ne India  
        P. b. affinis  (McClelland, 1840) ne India and n Burma to sc China  
        P. b. neglectus  Hume, 1877 se Burma and nw Thailand  
        P. b. anthoides  Stresemann, 1923 se China, Laos and n Vietnam  
Sunda Minivet Pericrocotus miniatus  (Temminck, 1822) OR : Sumatra, Java  
Orange Minivet Pericrocotus flammeus  (Forster, JR, 1781) OR : se India, Sri Lanka ENG : Change English name of Pericrocotus flammeus to Orange Minivet with split of P. speciosus,which assumes English name “Scarlet Minivet“
Scarlet Minivet Pericrocotus speciosus  (Latham, 1790) OR : Himalayas to Indonesia, Philippines AS : Pericrocotus speciosus is split from P. flammeus (Rasmussen & Anderton 2005).
        P. s. siebersi  Rensch, 1928 Java and Bali  
        P. s. exul  Wallace, 1864 Lombok (w Lesser Sundas)  
        P. s. andamanensis  Beavan, 1867 Andaman Is.  
        P. s. minythomelas  Oberholser, 1912 Simeulue I. (off w Sumatra)  
        P. s. modiglianii  Salvadori, 1892 Enggano I. (off sw Sumatra)  
        P. s. speciosus  (Latham, 1790) Himalayas to sw China  
        P. s. fraterculus  Swinhoe, 1870 ne India, n Burma, s China, Hainan and n Indochina  
        P. s. fohkiensis  Buturlin, 1910 se China  
        P. s. semiruber  Whistler & Kinnear, 1933 ec India, s Burma, Thailand and c and s Indochina  
        P. s. flammifer  Hume, 1875 se Burma, s Thailand and n and c Malay Pen.  
        P. s. xanthogaster  (Raffles, 1822) s Malay Pen., Sumatra and nearby islands  
        P. s. insulanus  Deignan, 1946 Borneo  
        P. s. novus  McGregor, 1904 Luzon and Negros (n and c Philippines)  
        P. s. leytensis  Steere, 1890 Samar, Bohol and Leyte (ec Philippines)  
        P. s. johnstoniae  Ogilvie-Grant, 1905 Mt. Apo (se Mindanao, s Philippines)  
        P. s. gonzalesi  Ripley & Rabor, 1961 n and e Mindanao (s Philippines)  
        P. s. nigroluteus  Parkes, 1981 sc Mindanao (s Philippines)  
        P. s. marchesae  Guillemard, 1885 Jolo (Sulu Arch.)  
       
Whiteheads (3)
Family Mohouidae
   
Yellowhead Mohoua ochrocephala  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) AU : s New Zealand PHY, TAX : Change status of Mohoua species (including Finschia) from Incertae sedis to follow Campephagidae as a monophyletic family in core Corvoidea (Aidala et al 2013) 
Whitehead Mohoua albicilla  (Lesson, 1830) AU : n New Zealand  
Pipipi Mohoua novaeseelandiae  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) AU : s New Zealand TAX : Move Finschia novaeseelandiae into monophyletic Mohoua (Aidala et al 2013)
       
Sittellas (3)
Family Neosittidae
   
Varied Sittella Daphoenositta chrysoptera  (Latham, 1801) AU : Australia  
        D. c. leucoptera  (Gould, 1840) nw to nc Australia  
        D. c. striata  (Gould, 1869) ne Australia  
        D. c. leucocephala  (Gould, 1838) e Australia  
        D. c. chrysoptera  (Latham, 1801) se Australia  
        D. c. pileata  (Gould, 1838) sw, wc, c and s Australia  
Papuan Sittella Daphoenositta papuensis  (Schlegel, 1871) AU : New Guinea  
        D. p. papuensis  (Schlegel, 1871) Vogelkop (nw New Guinea)  
        D. p. intermedia  (Junge, 1952) Nassau Mts. (wc New Guinea)  
        D. p. toxopeusi  (Rand, 1940) Oranje Mts. (wc New Guinea)  
        D. p. alba  (Rand, 1940) nc New Guinea  
        D. p. wahgiensis  (Gyldenstolpe, 1955) ec New Guinea  
        D. p. albifrons  (Ramsay, EP, 1883) se New Guinea  
Black Sittella Daphoenositta miranda  De Vis, 1897 AU : New Guinea  
        D. m. frontalis  van Oort, 1910 wc New Guinea  
        D. m. kuboriensis  Mayr & Gilliard, 1952 ec New Guinea  
        D. m. miranda  De Vis, 1897 se New Guinea  
       
Family Uncertain (5)
Family Incertae Sedis 2
   
Mottled Whistler Rhagologus leucostigma  (Salvadori, 1876) AU : New Guinea PHY,SEQ : Mottled Whistler relationships uncertain (Norman et al 2009, T. Pratt)
       R. l. leucostigma  (Salvadori, 1876) nw New Guinea  
       R. l. novus  Rand, 1940

n New Guinea

 

 

     R. l. obscurus  Rand, 1940 c, se New Guinea  
Wattled Ploughbill Eulacestoma nigropectus  De Vis, 1894 AU : New Guinea PHY,TAX : The Wattled Ploughbill is a member of the basal group of Corvidae, placed in Psophodidae/Paramythiidae by some (Dumbacher et al, 2008, Jønsson et al. 2011b, TIF) or Pachycephalidae (Norman et al 2009) 
Rufous-naped Whistler Aleadryas rufinucha  (Sclater, PL, 1874) AU : New Guinea PHY, SEQ : Rufous-naped Whistler is related to Crested Bellbird (and Crested Pitohui); possibly separate as family Oreocidae (Norman et al 2009,TIF)
        A. r. rufinucha  (Sclater, PL, 1874) nw New Guinea  
        A. r. niveifrons  (Hartert, 1930) c New Guinea  
        A. r. lochmia  (Mayr, 1931) ne New Guinea  
        A. r. gamblei  (Rothschild, 1897) se New Guinea  
Crested Pitohui Ornorectes cristatus  (Salvadori, 1876) AU : New Guinea PHY,TAX,SEQ : Crested Pitohui is related to Crested Bellbird and Rufous-naped Whistler;reassign from Pitohoui to Ornorectes in Incertae sedis 2; possibly separate to Oreoicidae (Jønsson et al 2008, Dumbacher et al 2008, Norman et al 2009, Jønsson et al 2010)
        O. c. cristatus  (Salvadori, 1876) w New Guinea  
        O. c. arthuri  Hartert, 1930 n, c and s New Guinea  
        O. c. kodonophonos  Mayr, 1931 se New Guinea  
Crested Bellbird Oreoica gutturalis  (Vigors & Horsfield, 1827) AU : Australia PHY,SEQ : Crested Bellbird is related to Crested Pitohui and Rufous-naped Whistler; separate from Pachycephalidae to Incertae sedis 2, and perhaps new family Oreoicidae (TIF)  
        O. g. pallescens  Mathews, 1912 w, c and inland n Australia  
        O. g. gutturalis  (Vigors & Horsfield, 1827) sw, sc and inland e Australia  
       
Whistlers and allies (52)
Family Pachycephalidae
  PHY,TAX : Its composition in flux, Pachycephalidae includes Colluricincla, but excludes Oreoica, Rhagologus, and Pitohui sensu stricto (moved to Oriolidae) (Jønsson et al 2008, Dumbacher 2008); also remove Hylocitrea, a bombycillid (Spellman et al. 2008). Falcunculus is a questionable member of Pachycephalidae (Zuccon & Ericson, 2012)
Crested Shriketit Falcunculus frontatus  (Latham, 1801) AU : Australia  
        F. f. whitei  Campbell, AJ, 1910 nw and n Australia  
        F. f. leucogaster  Gould, 1838 sw Australia  
        F. f. frontatus (Latham, 1801) se Australia  
Maroon-backed Whistler Coracornis raveni  Riley, 1918 AU : Sulawesi  
Sangihe Shrikethrush Coracornis sanghirensis  (Oustalet, 1881) AU : Sangihe Island  PHY, TAX : Move Colluricincla sanghirensis to Coracornis (Jønsson et al 2010)
Black Pitohui Melanorectes nigrescens  (Schlegel, 1871) AU : New Guinea PHY,TAX : Black Pitohui is distantly related to Pachycephala and separated to Melanorectes (Norman et al 2009, Jønsson et al 2008. Dumbacher et al 2008, Jønsson et al 2010 )
        M. n. nigrescens  (Schlegel, 1871) nw New Guinea  
        M. n. wandamensis  Hartert, 1930 Wandammen Pen. (w New Guinea)  
        M. n. meeki  Rothschild & Hartert, 1913 wc New Guinea  
        M. n. buergersi  Stresemann, 1922 n and ec New Guinea  
        M. n. harterti  (Reichenow, 1911) ne New Guinea  
        M. n. schistaceus  (Reichenow, 1900) se New Guinea  
Olive Whistler Pachycephala olivacea  Vigors & Horsfield, 1827 AU : Australia  
        P. o. macphersoniana  White, HL, 1920 e Australia  
        P. o. olivacea  Vigors & Horsfield, 1827 se Australia  
        P. o. bathychroa  Schodde & Mason, 1999 sc Victoria (se Australia)  
        P. o. apatetes  Schodde & Mason, 1999 Tasmania and islands in the Bass Strait  
        P. o. hesperus  Schodde & Mason, 1999 s Australia  
Red-lored Whistler Pachycephala rufogularis  Gould, 1841 AU : se Australia  
Gilbert's Whistler Pachycephala inornata  Gould, 1841 AU : s Australia  
Mangrove Whistler Pachycephala cinerea  (Blyth, 1847) OR : widespread TAX : CORRECT: Scientific name of the Mangrove Whistler from Pachycephala grisola to P.cinerea(Walters 2003, Dickinson 2003, corregenda 7)
        P. c. cinerea  (Blyth, 1847) ne India to Indochina and the Greater Sundas  
        P. c. plateni  (Blasius, W, 1888) Palawan (w Philippines)  
Green-backed Whistler Pachycephala albiventris  (Ogilvie-Grant, 1894) OR : Philippines  
        P. a. albiventris  (Ogilvie-Grant, 1894) n Luzon (n Philippines)  
        P. a. crissalis  (Zimmer, 1918) c and s Luzon (n Philippines)  
        P. a. mindorensis  (Bourns & Worcester, 1894) Mindoro (nw Philippines)  
White-vented Whistler Pachycephala homeyeri  (Blasius, W, 1890) OR : Philippines, e Borneo  
        P. h. homeyeri  (Blasius, W, 1890) s and sw Philippines, Sipadan and islets off e Borneo  
        P. h. major  (Bourns & Worcester, 1894) Sebu (sc Philippines)  
        P. h. winchelli  (Bourns & Worcester, 1894) wc Philippines  
Island Whistler Pachycephala phaionota  (Bonaparte, 1850) AU : Moluccas  
Rusty Whistler Pachycephala hyperythra  Salvadori, 1876 AU : nw, se New Guinea  
        P. h. hyperythra  Salvadori, 1876 nw, w and ec New Guinea  
        P. h. sepikiana  Stresemann, 1921 n New Guinea  
        P. h. reichenowi  Rothschild & Hartert, 1911 ne New Guinea  
        P. h. salvadorii  Rothschild, 1897 se New Guinea  
Brown-backed Whistler Pachycephala modesta  (De Vis, 1894) AU : c, e New Guinea  
        P. m. hypoleuca  Reichenow, 1915 ec New Guinea  
        P. m. modesta  (De Vis, 1894) se New Guinea  
        P. m. telefolminensis  Gilliard & LeCroy, 1961 c New Guinea  
Yellow-bellied Whistler Pachycephala philippinensis  (Walden, 1872) OR : Philippines  
        P. p. fallax  (McGregor, 1904) Calayan I. (n Philippines)  
        P. p. illex  (McGregor, 1907) Camiguin Norte I. (n Philippines)  
        P. p. philippinensis  (Walden, 1872) Luzon and Catanduanes (n Philippines)  
        P. p. siquijorensis  Rand & Rabor, 1957 Siquijor (sc Philippines)  
        P. p. apoensis  (Mearns, 1905) ec and s Philippines  
        P. p. basilanica  (Mearns, 1909) Basilan (sw Philippines)  
        P. p. boholensis  Parkes, 1966 Bohol (sc Philippines)  
Sulphur-vented Whistler Pachycephala sulfuriventer  (Walden, 1872) AU : Sulawesi  
Bornean Whistler Pachycephala hypoxantha  (Sharpe, 1887) OR : Borneo  
        P. h. hypoxantha  (Sharpe, 1887) n Borneo  
        P. h. sarawacensis  Chasen, 1935 w Sarawak (w Borneo)  
Vogelkop Whistler Pachycephala meyeri  Salvadori, 1890 AU : nw New Guinea  
Grey Whistler Pachycephala simplex  Gould, 1843 AU : n Australia, New Guinea  
        P. s. rufipennis  Gray, GR, 1858 Kai Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
        P. s. gagiensis  Mayr, 1940 Gagi I. (nw of New Guinea  
        P. s. waigeuensis  Stresemann & Paludan, 1932 Waigeo and Gebe Is. (w of New Guinea)  
        P. s. griseiceps  Gray, GR, 1858 w Papuan islands, Aru Is. and nw New Guinea  
        P. s. miosnomensis  Salvadori, 1879 Meos Num (Geelvink Bay nw of New Guinea)  
        P. s. jobiensis  Meyer, AB, 1874 nc New Guinea and Yapen I.  
        P. s. perneglecta  Hartert, 1930 s New Guinea  
        P. s. brunnescens  Wolters, 1980 se New Guinea and D'Entrecasteaux Arch.  
        P. s. sudestensis  (De Vis, 1892) Louisiade Arch.  
        P. s. peninsulae  Hartert, 1899 ne Australia  
        P. s. simplex  Gould, 1843 n Australia and Melville I.  
Fawn-breasted Whistler Pachycephala orpheus  Jardine, 1849 AU : Lesser Sundas  
Sclater's Whistler Pachycephala soror  Sclater, PL, 1874 AU : New Guinea  
        P. s. soror  Sclater, PL, 1874 nw New Guinea  
        P. s. klossi  Ogilvie-Grant, 1915 c and e New Guinea  
        P. s. octogenarii  Diamond, 1985 Kumawa Mts. (w New Guinea)  
        P. s. bartoni  Ogilvie-Grant, 1915 se New Guinea and Goodenough I.  
Rusty-breasted Whistler Pachycephala fulvotincta  Wallace, 1864 AU : Lesser Sundas, also Java  
        P. f. teysmanni  Büttikofer, 1893 Selayar I. (s of Sulawesi)  
        P. f. everetti  Hartert, 1896 Tanahjampea, Kalaotoa and Madu Is. (s of Sulawesi)  
        P. f. javana  Hartert, 1928 e Java and Bali  
        P. f. fulvotincta  Wallace, 1864 w Lesser Sundas  
        P. f. fulviventris  Hartert, 1896 Sumba I. (sc Lesser Sundas)  
Yellow-throated Whistler Pachycephala macrorhyncha  Strickland, 1849 AU : Lesser Sundas, s Moluccas  
        P. m. calliope  Bonaparte, 1850 Wetar, Timor and Semau (e Lesser Sundas)  
        P. m. sharpei  Meyer, AB, 1884 Babar I. (e Lesser Sundas)  
        P. m. dammeriana  Hartert, 1900 Damar I. (e Lesser Sundas)  
        P. m. par  Hartert, 1904 Roma I. (e Lesser Sundas)  
        P. m. compar  Hartert, 1904 Leti and Moa Is. (e Lesser Sundas)  
        P. m. fuscoflava  Sclater, PL, 1883 Tanimbar Is.  
        P. m. macrorhyncha  Strickland, 1849 Ambon and Seram Is. (s Moluccas)  
        P. m. buruensis  Hartert, 1899 Buru (s Moluccas)  
        P. m. clio  Wallace, 1863 Sula Is.  
        P. m. pelengensis  Neumann, 1941 Banggai Is. (e of Sulawesi)  
Black-chinned Whistler Pachycephala mentalis  Wallace, 1863 AU : n Moluccas  
        P. m. tidorensis  van Bemmel, 1939 Tidore and Ternate Is. (n Moluccas)  
        P. m. mentalis  Wallace, 1863 Bacan, Halmahera and Morotai Is. (n Moluccas)  
        P. m. obiensis  Salvadori, 1878 Obi I. (w of New Guinea)  
Australian Golden Whistler Pachycephala pectoralis  (Latham, 1801) AU : New Guinea, Australia  
        P. p. balim  Rand, 1940 wc New Guinea  
        P. p. pectoralis  (Latham, 1801) e Australia  
        P. p. xanthoprocta  Gould, 1838 Norfolk I.  
        P. p. contempta  Hartert, 1898 Lord Howe I.  
        P. p. youngi  Mathews, 1912 se Australia  
        P. p. glaucura  Gould, 1845 Tasmaina and the Bass Strait islands  
        P. p. fuliginosa  Vigors & Horsfield, 1827 sw and sc Australia  
Bismarck Whistler Pachycephala citreogaster  Ramsay, EP, 1876 AU : islands north and east of New Guinea  
        P. c. collaris  Ramsay, EP, 1878 Louisiade Arch. except Rossel I. (off se New Guinea)  
        P. c. rosseliana  Hartert, 1898 Rossell I. (Louisiade Arch.)  
        P. c. citreogaster  Ramsay, EP, 1876 New Hanover, New Britain and New Ireland (Bismarck Arch.)  
        P. c. sexuvaria  Rothschild & Hartert, 1924 St. Matthias I. (n Bismarck Arch.)  
        P. c. goodsoni  Rothschild & Hartert, 1914 Admiralty Is. (n of New Guinea)  
        P. c. tabarensis  Mayr, 1955 Tabar I. (e Bismarck Arch.)  
        P. c. ottomeyeri  Stresemann, 1933 Lihir I. (e Bismarck Arch.)  
Oriole Whistler Pachycephala orioloides  Pucheran, 1853 AU : Solomon Islands  
        P. o. bougainvillei  Mayr, 1932 Buka, Bougainville and Shortland Is.  
        P. o. orioloides  Pucheran, 1853 Choiseul, Malakobi, Santa Isabel and Florida Is.  
        P. o. centralis  Mayr, 1932 e New Georgia Is.  
        P. o. melanoptera  Mayr, 1932 s New Georgia Is.  
        P. o. melanonota  Hartert, 1908 Ranongga and Vella Lavella Is.  
        P. o. pavuvu  Mayr, 1932 Pavuvu Is.  
        P. o. sanfordi  Mayr, 1931 Malaita II.  
        P. o. cinnamomea  (Ramsay, EP, 1879) Beagle and Guadalcanal Is.  
        P. o. christophori  Tristram, 1879 Santa Ana and San Cristobal Is.  
Rennell Whistler Pachycephala feminina  Mayr, 1931 AU : Rennell I.  AS : Rennell Whistler is split from Oriole Whistler (Jønsson et al 2008, Dutson 2011, Andersen 2013)  
Melanesian Whistler Pachycephala chlorura  Gray,GR, 1869 AU : Santa Cruz Is., Vanuatu, Loyalty Is.  TAX : Species name of Melanesian Whistler becomes Pachycephala chlorura with split of P. caledonica as New Caledonian Whistler.
        P. c. vanikorensis  Oustalet, 1875 Vanakoro (s Santa Cruz Is.)  
        P. c. intacta  Sharpe, 1900 Banks Is. and n and c Vanuatu  
        P. c. cucullata  (Gray, GR, 1860) Anatom I. (s Vanuatu)  
        P. c. chlorura  Gray, GR, 1860 Erromango I. (s Vanuatu)  
        P. c. littayei  Layard, EL, 1878 Loyalty Is.  
New Caledonian Whistler Pachycephala caledonica  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) AU : New Caledonia  AS : New Caledonian Whistler is split from Melanesian Whistler (Mayr 1967, Sibley & Monroe 1990, Andersen 2013)  
White-throated Whistler Pachycephala vitiensis  Gray, GR, 1860 PO : Santa Cruz and Fiji Islands  
        P. v. utupuae  Mayr, 1932 Utupua I. (c Santa Cruz Is.)  
        P. v. ornata  Mayr, 1932 n Santa Cruz Is.  
        P. v. kandavensis  Ramsay, EP, 1876 Kandavu I. (Fiji)  
        P. v. lauana  Mayr, 1932 s Lau Arch. (Fiji)  
        P. v. vitiensis  Gray, GR, 1860 Ngau I. (Fiji)  
Fiji Whistler Pachycephala graeffii  Hartlaub, 1866 PO : Fiji Islands  
        P. g. bella  Mayr, 1932 Vatu Vara I.  
        P. g. koroana  Mayr, 1932 Karo I.  
        P. g. torquata  Layard, EL, 1875 Taveuni I.  
        P. g. aurantiiventris  Seebohm, 1891 Yanganga and Vanua Levu Is. except se  
        P. g. ambigua  Mayr, 1932 se Vanua Levu, Rabi and Kioa Is.  
        P. g. optata  Hartlaub, 1866 se Viti Levu and Ovalau I.  
        P. g. graeffii  Hartlaub, 1866 Waya and Viti Levu Is.  
Tongan Whistler Pachycephala jacquinoti  Bonaparte, 1850 PO : Tonga  
Mangrove Golden Whistler Pachycephala melanura  Gould, 1843 AU : widespread  
        P. m. dahli  Reichenow, 1897 Bismarck Arch. and se New Guinea  
        P. m. spinicaudus  (Pucheran, 1853) s New Guinea and islands in the Torres Strait  
        P. m. melanura  Gould, 1843 nw Australia  
        P. m. robusta  Masters, 1876 n Australia  
        P. m. whitneyi  Hartert, 1929 nw Solomon Is.  
Samoan Whistler Pachycephala flavifrons  (Peale, 1848) PO : Samoa  
Hooded Whistler Pachycephala implicata  Hartert, 1929 AU : Solomon Islands  
        P. i. richardsi  Mayr, 1932 Bougainville I.  
        P. i. implicata  Hartert, 1929 Guadalcanal I.  
Bare-throated Whistler Pachycephala nudigula  Hartert, 1897 AU : Lesser Sundas  
        P. n. ilsa  Rensch, 1928 Sumbawa I.  
        P. n. nudigula  Hartert, 1897 Flores I.  
Lorentz's Whistler Pachycephala lorentzi  Mayr, 1931 AU : wc New Guinea  
Regent Whistler Pachycephala schlegelii  Schlegel, 1871 AU : New Guinea  
        P. s. schlegelii  Schlegel, 1871 nw New Guinea  
        P. s. cyclopum  Hartert, 1930 nc New Guinea  
        P. s. obscurior  Hartert, 1896 wc to e New Guinea  
Golden-backed Whistler Pachycephala aurea  Reichenow, 1899 AU : s New Guinea  
Rufous Whistler Pachycephala rufiventris  (Latham, 1801) AU : Australia, New Caledonia  
        P. r. minor  Zietz, FR, 1914 Melville and Bathurst Is. (off n Australia)  
        P. r. falcata  Gould, 1843 n Australia  
        P. r. pallida  Ramsay, EP, 1878 ne Australia  
        P. r. rufiventris  (Latham, 1801) w, c, s and e Australia  
        P. r. xanthetraea  (Forster, JR, 1844) New Caledonia  
Black-headed Whistler Pachycephala monacha  Gray, GR, 1858 AU : c New Guinea  
        P. m. monacha  Gray, GR, 1858 Aru Is. (off sw New Guinea)  
        P. m. lugubris  Salvadori, 1881 wc to ec New Guinea  
White-bellied Whistler Pachycephala leucogastra  Salvadori & D'Albertis, 1875 AU : se New Guinea AS : Pachycephala leucogastra is split from P. monacha (Boles 2007b)
        P. l. leucogastra  Salvadori & D'Albertis, 1875 se New Guinea  
        P. l. meeki  Hartert, 1898 Rossel I. (Louisiade Arch.)  
Wallacean Whistler Pachycephala arctitorquis  Sclater, PL, 1883 AU : Lesser Sundas  
        P. a. kebirensis  Meyer, AB, 1884 e Lesser Sundas  
        P. a. arctitorquis  Sclater, PL, 1883 Tanimbar Is.  
        P. a. tianduana  Hartert, 1901 Tayandu Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
Drab Whistler Pachycephala griseonota  Gray, GR, 1862 AU : Moluccas, Sula Islands  
        P. g. lineolata  Wallace, 1863 Sula Is.  
        P. g. cinerascens  Salvadori, 1878 n Moluccas  
        P. g. examinata  Hartert, 1898 Buru I. (s Moluccas)  
        P. g. griseonota  Gray, GR, 1862 Seram I. (s Moluccas)  
        P. g. kuehni  Hartert, 1898 Kai Is.  
Cinnamon-breasted Whistler Pachycephala johni  Hartert, 1903 AU : n Moluccas  
White-breasted Whistler Pachycephala lanioides  Gould, 1840 AU : n, nw Australia  
        P. l. carnarvoni  (Mathews, 1913) coastal w Australia  
        P. l. lanioides  Gould, 1840 coastal nw Australia  
        P. l. fretorum  De Vis, 1889 coastal n Australia  
Morningbird Pachycephala tenebrosa  (Hartlaub & Finsch, 1868) PO : Palau Islands  PHY, TAX : The Morningbird of Palau Islands belongs in Pachycephala, not Colluricincla (Dumbacher et al 2008, Norman et al 2009, Jønsson et al 2010)
White-bellied Pitohui Pseudorectes incertus  (van Oort, 1909) AU : s New Guinea TAX : White-bellied Pitohui and Rusty Pitohui should be separated to Pseudorectes Sharpe 1877 preceding Colluricincla (Jønsson et al 2008, 2010, Dumbacher et al 2008, Norman et al 2009)
Rusty Pitohui Pseudorectes ferrugineus  (Bonaparte, 1850) AU : New Guinea TAX : see above
        P. f. leucorhynchus  (Gray, GR, 1862) Waigeo I. (off w New Guinea)  
        P. f. fuscus  Greenway, 1966 Batanta I. (off w New Guinea)  
        P. f. brevipennis  (Hartert, 1896) Aru Is. (off sw New Guinea)  
        P. f. ferrugineus  (Bonaparte, 1850) Misool and Salawati Is. (off sw New Guinea) and nw New Guinea  
        P. f. holerythrus  (Salvadori, 1878) Yapen I. (off nw New Guinea) and nc New Guinea  
        P. f. clarus  (Meyer, AB, 1894) e and s New Guinea  
Bower's Shrikethrush Colluricincla boweri  Ramsay, EP, 1885 AU : ne Australia  
Sooty Shrikethrush Colluricincla tenebrosa  (Rothschild, 1911) AU : New Guinea TAX : Placement of Sooty Shrikethrush, aka Sooty Whistler, in Colluricincla rather than Pachycephala follows Dickinson (2003:489, footnote 2). With transfer of Morningbird to Pachycephala from Colluricincla, the nominate race of Sooty Shrikethrush reverts to the senior name tenebrosa (Rothschild, 1911) from umbrina (Reichenow, 1915).
        C. t. atra  (Rothschild, 1931) n slopes of c New Guinea mountains  
        C. t. tenebrosa  (Rothschild, 1911) s slopes of c New Guinea mountains  
Little Shrikethrush Colluricincla megarhyncha  (Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) AU : New Guinea, n, e Australia PS : Little Shrikethrush complex includes at least 8 separate clades that are potential splits pending continued research (Deiner et al 2012)
        C. m. affinis  (Gray, GR, 1862) Waigeo I. (off w New Guinea)  
        C. m. batantae  (Meise, 1929) Batanta I. (off w New Guinea)  
        C. m. misoliensis  (Meise, 1929) Misool I. (off sw New Guinea)  
        C. m. megarhyncha  (Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) w New Guinea and Salawati I. (off w New Guinea)  
        C. m. ferruginea  (Hartert & Paludan, 1936) nw New Guinea  
        C. m. aruensis  (Gray, GR, 1858) Aru Is. (off sw New Guinea)  
        C. m. goodsoni  (Hartert, 1930) Merauke District (s New Guinea)  
        C. m. palmeri  (Rand, 1938) between Oriomo and Morehead Rivers (s New Guinea)  
        C. m. despecta  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1903) s coast of se New Guinea  
        C. m. superflua  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1912) n coast of se New Guinea  
        C. m. neos  (Mayr, 1931) e New Guinea  
        C. m. madaraszi  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1903) Huon Pen. (ne New Guinea)  
        C. m. tappenbecki  Reichenow, 1898 nc New Guinea to Astrolabe Bay (ne New Guinea)  
        C. m. maeandrina  (Stresemann, 1921) ec New Guinea  
        C. m. idenburgi  (Rand, 1940) wc New Guinea  
        C. m. hybridus  (Meise, 1929) Mamberamo R. to Humboldt Bay (n New Guinea)  
        C. m. obscura  (Meyer, AB, 1874) Yapen I. (off nw New Guinea)  
        C. m. melanorhyncha  (Meyer, AB, 1874) Biak I. (off nw New Guinea)  
        C. m. fortis  (Gadow, 1883) D'Entrecasteaux Arch.  
        C. m. trobriandi  (Hartert, 1896) Trobriand Is. (off se New Guinea)  
        C. m. discolor  De Vis, 1890 Tagula I. (Louisiade Arch.)  
        C. m. parvula  Gould, 1845 ne Western Australia and n Northern Territory (nc Australia)  
        C. m. aelptes  Schodde & Mason, 1976 ne Northern Territory (nc Australia)  
        C. m. normani  (Mathews, 1914) n Queensland and islands in the Torres Strait (ne Australia)  
        C. m. griseata  (Gray, GR, 1858) ne Queensland (ne Australia)  
        C. m. synaptica  Schodde & Mason, 1999 s Halifax Bay s to Sarina (ne Australia)  
        C. m. gouldii  (Gray, GR, 1858) Broad Bay s to Hervey Bay (ne Australia)  
        C. m. rufogaster  Gould, 1845 se Queensland and ne New South Wales (e Australia)  
Grey Shrikethrush Colluricincla harmonica  (Latham, 1801) AU : e New Guinea, Australia  
        C. h. brunnea  Gould, 1841 n Australia and Melville I.  
        C. h. superciliosa  Masters, 1876 e New Guinea, islands in the Torres Strait and ne Australia  
        C. h. harmonica  (Latham, 1801) e Australia  
        C. h. strigata  Swainson, 1838 Tasmania and the islands in the Bass Strait  
        C. h. rufiventris  Gould, 1841 w, s and c Australia  
Sandstone Shrikethrush Colluricincla woodwardi  Hartert, 1905 AU : n Australia  
       
Shrikes (33)
Family Laniidae
   
Yellow-billed Shrike Corvinella corvina  (Shaw, 1809) AF : e, c, w  
        C. c. corvina  (Shaw, 1809) s Mauritania south to n Guinea and east to Niger and Nigeria  
        C. c. togoensis  Neumann, 1900 Guinea and Sierra Leone east to s Chad and w and c Sudan  
        C. c. caliginosa  Friedmann & Bowen, 1933 Bahr al Ghazal (sw Sudan)  
        C. c. affinis  Hartlaub, 1857 s Sudan, w Kenya, n Uganda and ne DR Congo  
Magpie Shrike Urolestes melanoleucus  (Jardine, 1831) AF : c, e  
        U. m. aequatorialis  Reichenow, 1887 sw Kenya and Tanzania  
        U. m. expressus  (Clancey, 1961) se Zimbabwe to s Mozambique, Swaziland and e South Africa  
        U. m. melanoleucus  (Jardine, 1831) s Angola and ne Namibia to s Zambia, c Zimbabwe, n Mozambique and n South Africa  
Northern White-crowned Shrike Eurocephalus ruppelli  Bonaparte, 1853 AF : e  
Southern White-crowned Shrike Eurocephalus anguitimens  Smith, A, 1836 AF : c  
        E. a. anguitimens  Smith, A, 1836 s Angola and ne Namibia to s Zambia, c Zimbabwe and n South Africa  
        E. a. niveus  Clancey, 1965 se Zimbabwe to Mozambique, Swaziland and e South Africa  
Tiger Shrike Lanius tigrinus  Drapiez, 1828 EU : e  
Souza's Shrike Lanius souzae  Barboza du Bocage, 1878 AF : c  
        L. s. souzae  Barboza du Bocage, 1878 Gabon and s Congo to c Angola  
        L. s. tacitus  Clancey, 1970 se Angola to w Mozambique and n Botswana  
        L. s. burigi  Chapin, 1950 Rwanda, Burundi and w Tanzania  
Bull-headed Shrike Lanius bucephalus  Temminck & Schlegel, 1845 EU : e  
        L. b. bucephalus  Temminck & Schlegel, 1845 se Russia, ne China, Korea, Japan and nearby islands  
        L. b. sicarius  Bangs & Peters, JL, 1928 c China  
Brown Shrike Lanius cristatus  Linnaeus, 1758 EU : e  
        L. c. cristatus  Linnaeus, 1758 c and e Siberia, n Mongolia  
        L. c. confusus  Stegmann, 1929 e Mongolia, se Russia and ne China  
        L. c. lucionensis  Linnaeus, 1766 e China, Korea and s Japan  
        L. c. superciliosus  Latham, 1801 Sakhalin Is. (se Russia), n and c Japan  
Red-backed Shrike Lanius collurio  Linnaeus, 1758 EU : c, w  
        L. c. collurio  Linnaeus, 1758 Europe to w Siberia, w Kazakhstan and w Turkey  
        L. c. kobylini  (Buturlin, 1906) se Europe to e Turkey and nw Iran  
Isabelline Shrike Lanius isabellinus  Hemprich & Ehrenberg, 1833 EU : c  
        L. i. isabellinus  Hemprich & Ehrenberg, 1833 n China, Mongolia and s Russia  
        L. i. arenarius  Blyth, 1846 nw China  
        L. i. tsaidamensis  Stegmann, 1930 wc China  
Red-tailed Shrike Lanius phoenicuroides  (Schalow, 1875) OR : c Asia to Pakistan AS : Lanius phoenicuroides is split from L. isabellinus (Rasmussen & Anderton 2005)
Burmese Shrike Lanius collurioides  Lesson, 1832 OR : Southeast Asia  
        L. c. collurioides  Lesson, 1832 Burma and ne India to e Cambodia and n Vietnam  
        L. c. nigricapillus  Delacour, 1926 s Vietnam  
Emin's Shrike Lanius gubernator  Hartlaub, 1882 AF : c, w  
Bay-backed Shrike Lanius vittatus  Valenciennes, 1826 EU : sc  
        L. v. nargianus  Vaurie, 1955 se Turkmenistan to se Iran, Afghanistan and w Pakistan  
        L. v. vittatus  Valenciennes, 1826 c and s Pakistan to s Nepal and c and s India  
Long-tailed Shrike Lanius schach  Linnaeus, 1758 OR, AU : widespread, also Lesser Sundas and New Guinea  
        L. s. erythronotus  (Vigors, 1831) s Kazakhstan to ne Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan and nc India  
        L. s. caniceps  Blyth, 1846 w, c and s India, Sri Lanka  
        L. s. tricolor  Hodgson, 1837 Nepal and e India through Burma and s China to n Laos and n Thailand  
        L. s. schach  Linnaeus, 1758 c and se China to n Vietnam  
        L. s. longicaudatus  Ogilvie-Grant, 1902 c and se Thailand, s Laos  
        L. s. bentet  Horsfield, 1821 Malay Pen. to the Lesser Sundas  
        L. s. nasutus  Scopoli, 1786 Philippines (except Sulu Arch.)  
        L. s. suluensis  (Mearns, 1905) Sulu Arch. (sw Philippines)  
        L. s. stresemanni  Mertens, 1923 e New Guinea  
Grey-backed Shrike Lanius tephronotus  (Vigors, 1831) EU : Himalayas, c China  
        L. t. lahulensis  Koelz, 1950 nw India and sw China  
        L. t. tephronotus  (Vigors, 1831) Nepal and ne India to c and s China  
Mountain Shrike Lanius validirostris  Ogilvie-Grant, 1894 OR : Philippines  
        L. v. validirostris  Ogilvie-Grant, 1894 n Luzon (n Philippines)  
        L. v. tertius  Salomonsen, 1953 n Mindoro (nc Philippines)  
        L. v. hachisuka  Ripley, 1949 Mindanao (s Philippines)  
Mackinnon's Shrike Lanius mackinnoni  Sharpe, 1891 AF : c  
Lesser Grey Shrike Lanius minor  Gmelin, JF, 1788 EU : c  
Loggerhead Shrike Lanius ludovicianus  Linnaeus, 1766 NA, MA : widespread  
        L. l. excubitorides  (Swainson, 1832) c Canada, c and w USA  
        L. l. migrans  Palmer, W, 1898 e North America  
        L. l. ludovicianus  Linnaeus, 1766 coastal se USA  
        L. l. miamensis  Bishop, 1933 se Florida  
        L. l. anthonyi  Mearns, 1898 Channel Is. (off s California, sw USA)  
        L. l. mearnsi  Ridgway, 1903 San Clemente I. (off s California, sw USA)  
        L. l. grinnelli  Oberholser, 1919 extreme s California (sw USA) and n Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        L. l. mexicanus  Brehm, CL, 1854 w and c Mexico, s Baja California (nw Mexico)  
Great Grey Shrike Lanius excubitor  Linnaeus, 1758 NA, EU : n TAX : Lanius excubitor complex requires serious revision including possible splits of Northern Grey Shrike L. borealis, incl sibiricus and Asian Grey Shrike L. lahtora (inclpallidirostris, aucheri) (Olsson et al 2009)
        L. e. excubitor  Linnaeus, 1758 n, c and e Europe, nw Siberia  
        L. e. homeyeri  Cabanis, 1873 se Europe and sw Siberia  
        L. e. bianchii  Hartert, 1907 Sakhalin and Kuril Is. (off se Russia)  
        L. e. mollis  Eversmann, 1853 sc Russia and nw Mongolia  
        L. e. funereus  Menzbier, 1894 e Kazakhstan, Kyrgystan and nw China  
        L. e. sibiricus  Bogdanov, 1881 c and e Siberia, n Mongolia, se Russia  
        L. e. borealis  Vieillot, 1808 Alaska and Canada  
Southern Grey Shrike Lanius meridionalis  Temminck, 1820 EU, AF : Spain to India, n Africa  
        L. m. meridionalis  Temminck, 1820 s France and Iberian Pen.  
        L. m. koenigi  Hartert, 1901 Canary Is.  
        L. m. algeriensis  Lesson, 1839 coastal nw Africa  
        L. m. elegans  Swainson, 1832 ne Mauritania and nw Mali to ne Sudan, Egypt and sw Israel  
        L. m. leucopygos  Hemprich & Ehrenberg, 1833 c and s Mauritania to s Chad and c Sudan  
        L. m. aucheri  Bonaparte, 1853 ec Sudan to nw Somalia nw to Iraq and Iran  
        L. m. jebelmarrae  Lynes, 1923 Darfur (w Sudan)  
        L. m. theresae  Meinertzhagen, 1953 s Lebanon and n Israel  
        L. m. buryi  Lorenz von Liburnau, L & Hellmayr, 1901 Yemen  
        L. m. uncinatus  Sclater, PL & Hartlaub, 1881 Socotra  
        L. m. lahtora  (Sykes, 1832) Pakistan through c India and s Nepal to w Bangladesh  
Steppe Grey Shrike Lanius pallidirostris  Cassin, 1851 EU : c AS : Lanius pallidirostris is split from Lanius meridionalis (King 1997, Hernández et al. 2004). Under review BLI.
Chinese Grey Shrike Lanius sphenocercus  Cabanis, 1873 EU : e  
        L. s. giganteus  Przewalski, 1887 c China  
        L. s. sphenocercus  Cabanis, 1873 e Mongolia, se Russia, ne China and n and c Korean Pen.  
Grey-backed Fiscal Lanius excubitoroides  Prévost & Des Murs, 1847 AF : c, ne  
        L. e. excubitoroides  Prévost & Des Murs, 1847 se Mauritania and Mali to ne DR Congo and Uganda  
        L. e. intercedens  Neumann, 1905 se Sudan and c Ethiopia to w Kenya  
        L. e. boehmi  Reichenow, 1902 sc Uganda and sw Kenya to e DR Congo and w Tanzania  
Long-tailed Fiscal Lanius cabanisi  Hartert, 1906 AF : ne  
Taita Fiscal Lanius dorsalis  Cabanis, 1878 AF : ne  
Somali Fiscal Lanius somalicus  Hartlaub & Heuglin, 1859 AF : ne  
Northern Fiscal Lanius humeralis  Stanley, 1814 AF : Ethiopia and subsaharan Africa south to Angola, se Zaire, Zambia, Malawi and n Mozambique AS : Northern Fiscal Lanius humeralis Is split from Southern [Common] Fiscal L.collaris (Fuchs et al 2011)
        L. h. smithii  (Fraser, 1843) s Guinea to sw Sudan and w Uganda  
        L. h. humeralis  Stanley, 1814 Eritrea and c Ethiopia to Zambia and n Mozambique  
        L. h. capelli  (Barboza du Bocage, 1879) s Gabon to Angola and east to sw Uganda, Zambia and n Botswana  
Southern Fiscal Lanius collaris  Linnaeus, 1766 AF : Namibia, sw Angola east to s Mozambique and s South Africa. Also ne, c, sw Tanzania and n Malawi ENG, AL : Change English name of Common Fiscal L.collaris to Southern Fiscal with split of Northern Fiscal L. humeralis; includes Uhehe Fiscal L.marwitzi as subspecies (Fuchs et al 2011)
        L. c. aridicolus  Clancey, 1955 sw Angola and nw Namibia  
        L. c. pyrrhostictus  Holub & Pelzeln, 1882 ne Botswana, s Zimbabwe, sw Mozambique and e South Africa  
        L. c. subcoronatus  Smith, A, 1841 se Angola and c Namibia to n South Africa  
        L. c. collaris  Linnaeus, 1766 s Namibia to s South Africa  
        L. c. marwitzi  Reichenow, 1901 ne, c and se Tanzania, n Malawi  
Sao Tome Fiscal Lanius newtoni  Barboza du Bocage, 1891 AF : São Tomé  
Woodchat Shrike Lanius senator  Linnaeus, 1758 EU : sw  
        L. s. senator  Linnaeus, 1758 c and s Europe, n Africa  
        L. s. rutilans  Temminck, 1839 Iberian Pen. and nw Africa  
        L. s. badius  Hartlaub, 1854 w Mediterranean Is.  
        L. s. niloticus  (Bonaparte, 1853) Cyprus and s Turkey to Iran  
Masked Shrike Lanius nubicus  Lichtenstein, 1823 EU : sc