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NAMES >> Index >>Buntings to Bush Tanagers

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)
       
Bananaquit (1)
Family Coerebidae
   
Bananaquit Coereba flaveola  (Linnaeus, 1758) LA : widespread, also West Indies  
        C. f. bahamensis  (Reichenbach, 1853) Bahamas  
        C. f. caboti  (Baird, SF, 1873) e Yucatan Pen. (se Mexico) and nearby islands  
        C. f. flaveola  (Linnaeus, 1758) Jamaica  
        C. f. sharpei  (Cory, 1886) Cayman Is.  
        C. f. bananivora  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) Hispaniola and nearby islands  
        C. f. nectarea  Wetmore, 1929 Tortue I. (off nw Haiti)  
        C. f. portoricensis  (Bryant, H, 1866) Puerto Rico  
        C. f. sanctithomae  (Sundevall, 1869) n Virgin Is.  
        C. f. newtoni  (Baird, SF, 1873) St. Croix (s Virgin Is.)  
        C. f. bartholemica  (Sparrman, 1788) n and c Lesser Antilles  
        C. f. martinicana  (Reichenbach, 1853) Martinique and St. Lucia (sc Lesser Antilles)  
        C. f. barbadensis  (Baird, SF, 1873) Barbados  
        C. f. atrata  (Lawrence, 1878) St. Vincent (s Lesser Antilles)  
        C. f. aterrima  (Lesson, 1830) Grenada and the Grenadines (s Lesser Antilles)  
        C. f. uropygialis  von Berlepsch, 1892 Aruba and Curaçao (Netherland Antilles)  
        C. f. tricolor  (Ridgway, 1884) Providencia I. (off e Nicaragua)  
        C. f. oblita  Griscom, 1923 San Andrés I. (off e Nicaragua)  
        C. f. mexicana  (Sclater, PL, 1857) se Mexico to w Panama  
        C. f. cerinoclunis  Bangs, 1901 Pearl Is. (south of Panama)  
        C. f. columbiana  (Cabanis, 1866) e Panama to sw Colombia and s Venezuela  
        C. f. bonairensis  Voous, 1955 Bonaire I. (Netherland Antilles)  
        C. f. melanornis  Phelps & Phelps Jr, 1954 Cayo Sal I. (off n Venezuela)  
        C. f. lowii  Cory, 1909 Los Roques Is. (off n Venezuela)  
        C. f. ferryi  Cory, 1909 La Tortuga I. (off n Venezuela)  
        C. f. frailensis  Phelps & Phelps Jr, 1946 Los Frailes and Los Hermanos Is. (off n Venezuela)  
        C. f. laurae  Lowe, 1908 Los Testigos (off n Venezuela)  
        C. f. luteola  (Cabanis, 1850) coastal n Colombia and n Venezuela, Trinidad and Tobago  
        C. f. obscura  Cory, 1913 ne Colombia and w Venezuela  
        C. f. minima  (Bonaparte, 1854) e Colombia and s Venezuela to French Guiana and nc Brazil  
        C. f. montana  Lowe, 1912 Andes of nw Venezuela  
        C. f. caucae  Chapman, 1914 w Colombia  
        C. f. gorgonae  Thayer & Bangs, 1905 Gorgona I. (off w Colombia)  
        C. f. intermedia  (Salvadori & Festa, 1899) sw Colombia, w Ecuador and n Peru east to s Venezuela and w Brazil  
        C. f. bolivari  Zimmer & Phelps, 1946 e Venezuela  
        C. f. guianensis  (Cabanis, 1850) se Venezuela to Guyana  
        C. f. roraimae  Chapman, 1929 tepui regions of se Venezuela, sw Guyana and n Brazil  
        C. f. pacifica  Lowe, 1912 e Peru  
        C. f. magnirostris  (Taczanowski, 1880) n Peru  
        C. f. dispar  Zimmer, 1942 nc Peru to w Bolivia  
        C. f. chloropyga  (Cabanis, 1850) ec Peru to c Bolivia and east to e Brazil n Uruguay, ne Argentina and Paraguay  
        C. f. alleni  Lowe, 1912 e Bolivia to c Brazil  
       
Buntings, New World Sparrows and allies (175)
Family Emberizidae
   
Crested Bunting Emberiza lathami  Gray, JE, 1831 OR : Himalayas to Thailand, se China TAX : Move Crested Bunting Melophus into Emberiza (Alström et al 2008)
Slaty Bunting Emberiza siemsseni  (Martens, GH, 1906) EU : c China TAX : Move Slaty Bunting Latoucheornis into Emberiza (Alström et al 2008)
Corn Bunting Emberiza calandra  Linnaeus, 1758 EU : w, sc, also n Africa  
        E. c. calandra  Linnaeus, 1758 nw Africa, Canary Is. and Europe to Turkey, the Caucasus and n Iran  
        E. c. buturlini  Johansen, HE, 1907 Middle East to nw China  
Yellowhammer Emberiza citrinella  Linnaeus, 1758 EU : w, c  
        E. c. caliginosa  Clancey, 1940 w and n British Isles  
        E. c. citrinella  Linnaeus, 1758 se England and w continental Europe to nw Russia and Poland south to the Balkans  
        E. c. erythrogenys  Brehm, CL, 1855 e Europe to sc Siberia  
Pine Bunting Emberiza leucocephalos  Gmelin, SG, 1771 EU : c, e  
        E. l. leucocephalos  Gmelin, SG, 1771 e European Russia to e Siberia and ne China  
        E. l. fronto  Stresemann, 1930 ne Qinghai and s Gansu (nc China)  
Rock Bunting Emberiza cia  Linnaeus, 1766 EU : sw, sc  
        E. c. cia  Linnaeus, 1766 c and s Europe to the Balkans and n Turkey, nw Africa  
        E. c. hordei  Brehm, CL, 1831 Greece through s Turkey and south to Israel and Jordon  
        E. c. prageri  Laubmann, 1915 the Caucasus, s Ukraine, e Turkey and sw and n Iran  
        E. c. par  Hartert, 1904 ne Iran to c Asia, and n Pakistan  
        E. c. stracheyi  Moore, F, 1856 nw Himalayas to sw Tibet and Nepal  
        E. c. flemingorum  Martens, J, 1972 c Nepal  
Godlewski's Bunting Emberiza godlewskii  Taczanowski, 1874 EU : c  
        E. g. decolorata  Sushkin, 1925 nw China  
        E. g. godlewskii  Taczanowski, 1874 s Siberia, Mongolia and n China  
        E. g. khamensis  Sushkin, 1925 Tibet to sc China  
        E. g. yunnanensis  Sharpe, 1902 s China  
        E. g. omissa  Rothschild, 1921 e China  
Meadow Bunting Emberiza cioides  von Brandt, 1843 EU : e  
        E. c. tarbagataica  Sushkin, 1925 nw China  
        E. c. cioides  von Brandt, 1843 sc Siberia and Mongolia  
        E. c. weigoldi  Jacobi, A, 1923 se Siberia, n Korea and ne China  
        E. c. castaneiceps  Moore, F, 1856 e China and s Korea  
        E. c. ciopsis  Bonaparte, 1850 Sakhalin and Kuril Is., Japan  
White-capped Bunting Emberiza stewarti  (Blyth, 1854) OR : Himalayas to c India  
Jankowski's Bunting Emberiza jankowskii  Taczanowski, 1888 EU : e  
Grey-necked Bunting Emberiza buchanani  Blyth, 1845 EU : s, c  
        E. b. cerrutii  de Filippi, 1863 e Turkey to Turkmenistan  
        E. b. buchanani  Blyth, 1845 Uzbekistan and Tajikistan to c Afghanistan and Pakistan  
        E. b. neobscura  Paynter, 1970 Kazakhstan to Mongolia and nw China  
Cinereous Bunting Emberiza cineracea  Brehm, CL, 1855 EU : sc  
        E. c. cineracea  Brehm, CL, 1855 eastern Greek islands and sw Turkey  
        E. c. semenowi  Zarudny, 1904 se Turkey and sw Iran  
Ortolan Bunting Emberiza hortulana  Linnaeus, 1758 EU : w, c  
Cretzschmar's Bunting Emberiza caesia  Cretzschmar, 1827 EU : sw  
Cirl Bunting Emberiza cirlus  Linnaeus, 1766 EU : w, sw, also nw Africa  
Striolated Bunting Emberiza striolata  (Lichtenstein, 1823) EU, AF : ne Africa to sw Asia and nw India ENG : Change English name of Emberiza striolata from House Bunting to Striolated Bunting with split of E.sahari, a human commensal.
        E. s. saturatior  (Sharpe, 1901) c Sudan, sw Ethiopia and nw Kenya  
        E. s. jebelmarrae  (Lynes, 1920) ne Chad and w Sudan  
        E. s. striolata  (Lichtenstein, 1823) Israel and ne Egypt to Pakistan and nw India, also ne Sudan to n Somalia  
House Bunting Emberiza sahari  Levaillant, J, 1850 AF : nw Africa AS : Emberiza sahari is split from E.striolata (Kirwin & Shirihai 2007)
        E. s. sanghae  Traylor, 1960 Mauritania, n Senegal and s Mali  
        E. s. sahari  Levaillant, J, 1850 Morocco to n Chad  
Lark-like Bunting Emberiza impetuani  Smith, A, 1836 AF : sw  
        E. i. eremica  Clancey, 1989 s Angola to nw South Africa  
        E. i. impetuani  Smith, A, 1836 Botswana to sw South Africa  
        E. i. sloggetti  (Macdonald, 1957) c South Africa  
Cinnamon-breasted Bunting Emberiza tahapisi  Smith, A, 1836 AF : widespread, also sw Arabian Peninsula  
        E. t. arabica  (Lorenz von Liburnau, L & Hellmayr, 1902) s Arabia  
        E. t. insularis  (Ogilvie-Grant & Forbes, HO, 1899) Socotra I.  
        E. t. septemstriata  Rüppell, 1837 e Sudan through Eritrea and Ethiopia to nw Somalia  
        E. t. tahapisi  Smith, A, 1836 s Ethiopia to se South Africa, also s Gabon, Angola and s DR Congo  
        E. t. nivenorum  (Winterbottom, 1965) s Angola to c Namibia  
Gosling's Bunting Emberiza goslingi  (Alexander, 1896) EU : Mauritania and Senegal to sw Sudan and ne DR Congo AS : Emberiza goslingi is split from E. tahapisi. Olsson et al 2013c 
Socotra Bunting Emberiza socotrana  (Ogilvie-Grant & Forbes, HO, 1899) EU : Socotra Island  
Cape Bunting Emberiza capensis  Linnaeus, 1766 AF : s  
        E. c. nebularum  (Rudebeck, 1958) e Zambia, s Malawi and n Mozambique  
        E. c. bradfieldi  (Roberts, 1928) n and c Namibia  
        E. c. smithersii  (Plowes, 1951) e Zimbabwe and wc Mozambique  
        E. c. plowesi  (Vincent, 1950) ne Botswana and s Zimbabwe  
        E. c. limpopoensis  (Roberts, 1924) se Botswana to North West and Limpopo Provinces (nc and ne South Africa)  
        E. c. reidi  (Shelley, 1902) ec South Africa, w Swaziland and n Lesotho  
        E. c. basutoensis  (Vincent, 1950) c Lesotho and e South Africa  
        E. c. cinnamomea  (Lichtenstein, 1842) c South Africa  
        E. c. vinacea  Clancey, 1963 ne Northern Cape Province (nc South Africa)  
        E. c. capensis  Linnaeus, 1766 s Namibia to sw South Africa  
Vincent's Bunting Emberiza vincenti  (Lowe, 1932) AF : Malawi  
Tristram's Bunting Emberiza tristrami  Swinhoe, 1870 EU : e  
Chestnut-eared Bunting Emberiza fucata  Pallas, 1776 EU : c, e  
        E. f. arcuata  Sharpe, 1888 n Pakistan and the Himalayas to Nepal and s China  
        E. f. fucata  Pallas, 1776 sc Siberia and e Mongolia to e Siberia, Japan, Korea and ne China  
        E. f. kuatunensis  La Touche, 1925 e China  
Little Bunting Emberiza pusilla  Pallas, 1776 EU : n  
Yellow-browed Bunting Emberiza chrysophrys  Pallas, 1776 EU : nc, ne  
Rustic Bunting Emberiza rustica  Pallas, 1776 EU : n  
Yellow-throated Bunting Emberiza elegans  Temminck, 1836 EU : e  
        E. e. elegans  Temminck, 1836 e Siberia and ne China to Korea and Japan  
        E. e. elegantula  Swinhoe, 1870 c China  
Yellow-breasted Bunting Emberiza aureola  Pallas, 1773 EU : n, e  
        E. a. aureola  Pallas, 1773 e Europe to e Siberia and south to Kazakhstan and c Mongolia  
        E. a. ornata  Shulpin, 1928 sc Siberia and ne Mongolia to se Siberia, Japan and ne China  
Somali Bunting Emberiza poliopleura  (Salvadori, 1888) AF : ec  
Golden-breasted Bunting Emberiza flaviventris  Stephens, 1815 AF : widespread  
        E. f. flavigaster  Cretzschmar, 1828 Mauritania and Mali to Eritrea and n Ethiopia  
        E. f. kalaharica  Roberts, 1932 c Sudan to Botwana, n South Africa and c Mozambique  
        E. f. princeps  Clancey & Winterbottom, 1960 s Angola and Namibia  
        E. f. flaviventris  Stephens, 1815 s and e South Africa, s Mozambique  
Brown-rumped Bunting Emberiza affinis  Heuglin, 1867 AF : w, c, e  
        E. a. nigeriae  Bannerman & Bates, 1926 Senegal and Gambia to Nigeria and n Cameroon  
        E. a. vulpecula  Grote, 1921 c Cameroon, s Chad and Central African Republic  
        E. a. affinis  Heuglin, 1867 s Sudan, ne DR Congo and nw Uganda  
        E. a. omoensis  Neumann, 1905 s Ethiopia  
Cabanis's Bunting Emberiza cabanisi  (Reichenow, 1875) AF : w, c,e, se  
        E. c. cabanisi  (Reichenow, 1875) Sierra Leone to s Sudan and n Uganda  
        E. c. orientalis  (Shelley, 1882) s DR Congo and Angola to Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe  
Chestnut Bunting Emberiza rutila  Pallas, 1776 EU : e  
Tibetan Bunting Emberiza koslowi  Bianchi, 1904 EU : Himalayas to wc China  
Black-headed Bunting Emberiza melanocephala  Scopoli, 1769 EU : sc  
Red-headed Bunting Emberiza bruniceps  von Brandt, 1841 EU : sc  
Yellow Bunting Emberiza sulphurata  Temminck & Schlegel, 1848 EU : Japan, Korea  
Black-faced Bunting Emberiza spodocephala  Pallas, 1776 EU : e  
        E. s. spodocephala  Pallas, 1776 c Siberia to n Mongolia and east to e Siberia, n Sakhalin I., n Korea and ne China  
        E. s. personata  Temminck, 1836 s Sakhalin and Kuril Is., Japan  
        E. s. sordida  Blyth, 1845 ec China  
Grey Bunting Emberiza variabilis  Temminck, 1836 EU : e  
        E. v. variabilis  Temminck, 1836 Sakhalin and Kuril Is., n and c Japan  
        E. v. musica  (Kittlitz, 1858) c Kamchatka Pen.  
Pallas's Reed Bunting Emberiza pallasi  (Cabanis, 1851) EU : e  
        E. p. pallasi  (Cabanis, 1851) sc Siberia, n Mongolia and ne China  
        E. p. minor  Middendorff, 1853 c Siberia to se Russia  
        E. p. polaris  Middendorff, 1853 ne European Russia to Kamchatka Pen.  
        E. p. lydiae  Portenko, 1929 nw, c and ne Mongolia  
Japanese Reed Bunting Emberiza yessoensis  (Swinhoe, 1874) EU : e  
        E. y. yessoensis  (Swinhoe, 1874) c and s Japan  
        E. y. continentalis  Witherby, 1913 se Siberia and ne China  
Common Reed Bunting Emberiza schoeniclus  (Linnaeus, 1758) EU : widespread  
        E. s. lusitanica  Steinbacher, 1930 nw Spain and Portugal  
        E. s. schoeniclus  (Linnaeus, 1758) w, n and nc Europe to n European Russia  
        E. s. passerina  Pallas, 1771 nw Siberia  
        E. s. parvirostris  Buturlin, 1910 c Siberia  
        E. s. pyrrhulina  (Swinhoe, 1876) sc Siberia and ne Mongolia to Kamchatka Pen., Kuril Is. n Japan and ne China  
        E. s. pallidior  Hartert, 1904 sw Siberia and n Kazakhstan  
        E. s. stresemanni  Steinbacher, 1930 e Austria, Hungary, n Serbia and nw Romania  
        E. s. ukrainae  (Zarudny, 1917) Moldavia and Ukraine to c European Russia  
        E. s. incognita  (Zarudny, 1917) se European Russia to nw, c and ne Kazakhstan  
        E. s. witherbyi  von Jordans, 1923 Spain (except nw), s France, Sardinia, Balearic Is. and Morocco  
        E. s. intermedia  Degland, 1849 Italy and the Adriatic coast to Albania  
        E. s. tschusii  Reiser & Almasy, 1898 Bulgaria, Romania and the n Black Sea region  
        E. s. reiseri  Hartert, 1904 se Albania, nw Greece, Macedonia and w and c Turkey  
        E. s. caspia  Ménétries, 1832 e Turkey, the Caucasus and n Iran  
        E. s. korejewi  (Zarudny, 1907) sw and e Iran, s Turkmenistan  
        E. s. pyrrhuloides  Pallas, 1811 w Kazakhstan to se Kazakhstan  
        E. s. harterti  Sushkin, 1906 e Kazakhstan to c Mongolia and nw China  
        E. s. centralasiae  Hartert, 1904 w China  
        E. s. zaidamensis  Portenko, 1929 wc China  
Lark Bunting Calamospiza melanocorys  Stejneger, 1885 NA : c  
Fox Sparrow Passerella iliaca  (Merrem, 1786) NA : w, n  
        P. i. unalaschcensis  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) Aleutians and sw Alaska  
        P. i. insularis  Ridgway, 1900 Kodiak Is. (s of Alaska)  
        P. i. sinuosa  Grinnell, 1910 s Alaska  
        P. i. annectens  Ridgway, 1900 Yukuatat Bay (se Alaska)  
        P. i. townsendi  (Audubon, 1838) se Alaska, Queen Charlotte Is. (sw Canada)  
        P. i. chilcatensis  Webster, JD, 1983 se Alaska to nw British Columbia (w Canada)  
        P. i. fuliginosa  Ridgway, 1899 coastal se Aaskaa to nw USA  
        P. i. megarhyncha  Baird, SF, 1858 sw Oregon and California (w USA)  
        P. i. olivacea  Aldrich, 1943 sw Canada and nw USA  
        P. i. schistacea  Baird, SF, 1858 sw to sc Canada, nc and wc USA  
        P. i. swarthi  Behle & Selander, 1951 nw Utah and se Idaho (wc USA)  
        P. i. canescens  Swarth, 1918 e California and c Nevada (wc USA)  
        P. i. altivagans  Riley, 1911 interior sw Canada  
        P. i. zaboria  Oberholser, 1946 nw and c Alaska, w Canada  
        P. i. iliaca  (Merrem, 1786) c and e Canada  
Song Sparrow Melospiza melodia  (Wilson, A, 1810) NA : widespread, also to c Mexico  
        M. m. maxima  Gabrielson & Lincoln, 1951 w Aleutian Is.  
        M. m. sanaka  McGregor, 1900 e Aleutians and tip of Alaskan Pen.  
        M. m. insignis  Baird, SF, 1869 Kodiak Is. and e Alaskan Pen.  
        M. m. kenaiensis  Ridgway, 1900 coastal s Alaska  
        M. m. caurina  Ridgway, 1899 coastal se Alaska  
        M. m. rufina  (Bonaparte, 1850) islands off se Alaska and w Canada  
        M. m. merrilli  Brewster, 1896 e British Columbia (sw Canada) to se Washington and nw Montana (nw USA)  
        M. m. morphna  Oberholser, 1899 c and sw British Columbia (sw Canada) to nw Oregon (nw USA)  
        M. m. cleonensis  McGregor, 1899 sw Oregon and nw California (w USA)  
        M. m. gouldii  Baird, SF, 1858 c coast of California (except San Francisco Bay), Santa Cruz IS.  
        M. m. samuelis  (Baird, SF, 1858) San Pablo Bay and n San Francisco Bay (c coast of California in w USA)  
        M. m. maxillaris  Grinnell, 1909 Suisan Bay (c coast of California in w USA)  
        M. m. pusillula  Ridgway, 1899 s San Francisco Bay (c coast of California in w USA)  
        M. m. graminea  Townsend, CH, 1890 Channel Is. (off sw California in w USA) and Los Coronatos Is. (off nw Mexico)  
        M. m. heermanni  Baird, SF, 1858 c and sw California, n Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        M. m. rivularis  Bryant, WE, 1888 s Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        M. m. fallax  (Baird, SF, 1854) s Nevada, s Utah, Arizona and nw Mexico  
        M. m. goldmani  Nelson, 1899 nw to wc Mexico  
        M. m. mexicana  Ridgway, 1874 sc Mexico  
        M. m. villai  Phillips, AR & Dickerman, 1957 c Mexico  
        M. m. adusta  Nelson, 1899 wc Mexico  
        M. m. montana  Henshaw, 1884 wc USA  
        M. m. melodia  (Wilson, A, 1810) sc and se Canada to se USA (except Atlantic coast)  
        M. m. atlantica  Todd, 1924 coastal ec USA  
Lincoln's Sparrow Melospiza lincolnii  (Audubon, 1834) NA : w, n  
        M. l. lincolnii  (Audubon, 1834) nw Alaska, nc and ne Canada to n USA  
        M. l. gracilis  (Kittlitz, 1858) s Alaska and w Canada  
        M. l. alticola  (Miller, AH & McCabe, 1935) w USA  
Swamp Sparrow Melospiza georgiana  (Latham, 1790) NA : nc, ne  
        M. g. ericrypta  Oberholser, 1938 s Canada, nc USA  
        M. g. georgiana  (Latham, 1790) se Canada, ne and ec USA  
Rufous-collared Sparrow Zonotrichia capensis  (Statius Müller, 1776) LA : s Mexico to s Argentina, also Hispaniola  
        Z. c. septentrionalis  Griscom, 1930 s Mexico to El Salvador and Honduras  
        Z. c. antillarum  (Riley, 1916) Dominican Republic  
        Z. c. orestera  Wetmore, 1951 Cerro Campana (c Panama)  
        Z. c. costaricensis  Allen, JA, 1891 Costa Rica to Colombia and Venezuela  
        Z. c. insularis  (Ridgway, 1898) Netherland Antilles  
        Z. c. venezuelae  Chapman, 1939 n and c Venezuela  
        Z. c. inaccessibilis  Phelps & Phelps Jr, 1955 Cerro de la Neblina (s Venezuela)  
        Z. c. perezchinchillorum  (Phelps Jr & Aveledo, 1984) Cerro Marahuaca (s Venezuela)  
        Z. c. roraimae  (Chapman, 1929) c Colombia, s and e Venezuela, w Guyana and n Brazil  
        Z. c. macconnelli  Sharpe, 1900 Mt. Roraima (se Venezuela)  
        Z. c. capensis  (Statius Müller, 1776) ne French Guiana  
        Z. c. bonnetiana  Stiles, 1995 s Colombia  
        Z. c. tocantinsi  Chapman, 1940 ec Brazil south of the Amazon  
        Z. c. novaesi  Oren, 1985 Serra dos Carajás (e Brazil)  
        Z. c. matutina  (Lichtenstein, 1823) ne and c Brazil to e Bolivia  
        Z. c. subtorquata  Swainson, 1837 sc and se Brazil, e Paraguay, ne Argentina and Uruguay  
        Z. c. illescasensis  Koepcke, 1963 Cerro Illescas (nw Peru)  
        Z. c. markli  Koepcke, 1971 lowlands of nw Peru  
        Z. c. huancabambae  Chapman, 1940 n and c Peru  
        Z. c. peruviensis  (Lesson, 1834) w Peru  
        Z. c. pulacayensis  (Ménégaux, 1908) c Peru to c Bolivia and nw Argentina  
        Z. c. carabayae  Chapman, 1940 e slope of the Andes from c Peru to c Bolivia  
        Z. c. antofagastae  Chapman, 1940 n Chile  
        Z. c. arenalensis  (Nores, 1986) nw Argentina  
        Z. c. sanborni  Hellmayr, 1932 high Andes of Chile and w Argentina  
        Z. c. hypoleuca  (Todd, 1915) s and e Bolivia, n Argentina  
        Z. c. choraules  (Wetmore & Peters, JL, 1922) wc Argentina  
        Z. c. chilensis  (Meyen, 1834) c Chile and sc Argentina  
        Z. c. australis  (Latham, 1790) s Chile and s Argentina  
Harris's Sparrow Zonotrichia querula  (Nuttall, 1840) NA : nc  
White-crowned Sparrow Zonotrichia leucophrys  (Forster, JR, 1772) NA : n  
        Z. l. gambelii  (Nuttall, 1840) Alaska and w Canada  
        Z. l. nuttalli  Ridgway, 1899 wc California (w USA)  
        Z. l. pugetensis  Grinnell, 1928 sw Canada and nw USA  
        Z. l. oriantha  Oberholser, 1932 inland sw Canada and w USA  
        Z. l. leucophrys  (Forster, JR, 1772) c and e Canada  
White-throated Sparrow Zonotrichia albicollis  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) NA : n  
Golden-crowned Sparrow Zonotrichia atricapilla  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) NA : nw  
Volcano Junco Junco vulcani  (Boucard, 1878) MA : Costa Rica, Panama  
Dark-eyed Junco Junco hyemalis  (Linnaeus, 1758) NA : n, w  
        J. h. aikeni  Ridgway, 1873 wc USA  
        J. h. hyemalis  (Linnaeus, 1758) Alaska, n, c and e Canada, nc and ne USA  
        J. h. carolinensis  Brewster, 1886 ec USA  
        J. h. cismontanus  Dwight, 1918 interior w Canada  
        J. h. oreganus  (Townsend, JK, 1837) se Alaska and wc British Columbia (w Canada)  
        J. h. shufeldti  Coale, 1887 coastal sw British Columbia (w Canada) and coastal nw USA  
        J. h. montanus  Ridgway, 1898 interior sw Canada and interior nw USA  
        J. h. thurberi  Anthony, 1890 s Oregon and nw California (w USA)  
        J. h. pinosus  Loomis, 1893 c and s California (sw USA)  
        J. h. pontilis  Oberholser, 1919 Sierra Juárez (n Baja California in nw Mexico)  
        J. h. townsendi  Anthony, 1889 Sierra San Pedro Mértir (n Baja California in nw Mexico)  
        J. h. mutabilis  van Rossem, 1931 se California and s Nevada (sw USA)  
        J. h. mearnsi  Ridgway, 1897 sw to sc Canada, nc USA  
        J. h. caniceps  (Woodhouse, 1853) wc USA  
        J. h. dorsalis  Henry, 1858 Arizona, New Mexico and w Texas (sw USA)  
Guadalupe Junco Junco insularis  Ridgway, 1876 MA : Guadalupe Island AS : Junco insularis is split from J. hyemalis (Howell and Webb 1995, BLI, Aleixandre et al 2013); AOU does not recognize
Yellow-eyed Junco Junco phaeonotus  Wagler, 1831 NA, MA : sw USA to Guatemala  
        J. p. palliatus  Ridgway, 1885 sw USA and nw Mexico  
        J. p. phaeonotus  Wagler, 1831 c and s Mexico  
        J. p. bairdi  Ridgway, 1883 s Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        J. p. fulvescens  Nelson, 1897 interior of Chiapas (s Mexico)  
        J. p. alticola  Salvin, 1863 se Chiapas (s Mexico) and w Guatemala  
Savannah Sparrow Passerculus sandwichensis  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) NA, MA : Canada to Guatemala  
        P. s. princeps  Maynard, 1872 Sable I. (e Nova Scotia in e Canada)  
        P. s. labradorius  Howe, 1901 ec and e Canada  
        P. s. savanna  (Wilson, A, 1811) s and se Canada  
        P. s. anthinus  Bonaparte, 1853 Alaska and nw Canada  
        P. s. sandwichensis  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) e Aleutians and islands off the Alaskan Pen.  
        P. s. brooksi  Bishop, 1915 sw Canada and nw USA  
        P. s. alaudinus  Bonaparte, 1853 coastal California (w USA)  
        P. s. nevadensis  Grinnell, 1910 sc Canada and wc USA  
        P. s. brunnescens  (Butler, AW, 1888) nc Mexico  
        P. s. wetmorei  van Rossem, 1938 sw Guatemala  
        P. s. beldingi  Ridgway, 1885 sw USA and n Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        P. s. anulus  Huey, 1930 wc Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        P. s. guttatus  Lawrence, 1867 sc Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        P. s. magdalenae  van Rossem, 1947 s Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        P. s. sanctorum  Coues, 1884 San Benito Is. (off Baja California in nw Mexico)  
        P. s. rostratus  (Cassin, 1852) ne Baja California and nw Sonora (nw Mexico)  
        P. s. atratus  van Rossem, 1930 coastal Sonora to Sinaloa (nw to w Mexico)  
Seaside Sparrow Ammodramus maritimus  (Wilson, A, 1811) NA : e, s USA coasts  
        A. m. maritimus  (Wilson, A, 1811) New Hampshire to n North Carolina (ne to e USA)  
        A. m. macgillivraii  (Audubon, 1834) North Carolina to s Georgia (e to se USA)  
        A. m. pelonotus 
†  (Oberholser, 1931)
ne Florida (se USA)  
        A. m. fisheri  Chapman, 1899 Gulf coast of se USA  
        A. m. sennetti  Allen, JA, 1888 coastal s Texas (sc USA)  
        A. m. peninsulae  Allen, JA, 1888 w Florida (se USA)  
        A. m. juncicola  (Griscom & Nichols, 1920) n Florida (se USA)  
        A. m. nigrescens †  Ridgway, 1874 ec Florida (se USA)  
        A. m. mirabilis  (Howell, AH, 1919) sw Florida (se USA)  
Nelson's Sparrow Ammodramus nelsoni  Allen, JA, 1875 NA : Canada, n USA  
        A. n. nelsoni  Allen, JA, 1875 w and c Canada and nc USA  
        A. n. alter  (Todd, 1938) ec Canada  
        A. n. subvirgatus  Dwight, 1887 se Canada and ne USA  
Saltmarsh Sparrow Ammodramus caudacutus  (Gmelin, JF, 1788) NA : e, ne USA  
        A. c. caudacutus  (Gmelin, JF, 1788) ne USA  
        A. c. diversus  Bishop, 1901 e USA  
Le Conte's Sparrow Ammodramus leconteii  (Audubon, 1844) NA : nc  
Baird's Sparrow Ammodramus bairdii  (Audubon, 1844) NA : nc  
Henslow's Sparrow Ammodramus henslowii  (Audubon, 1829) NA : c, ec  
        A. h. susurrans  (Brewster, 1918) ne USA  
        A. h. henslowii  (Audubon, 1829) sc Canada, nc and c USA  
Grasshopper Sparrow Ammodramus savannarum  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) NA, MA : widespread, also Colombia  
        A. s. perpallidus  (Coues, 1872) sw Canada, c and w USA  
        A. s. ammolegus  Oberholser, 1942 s Arizona (sw USA) and nw Mexico  
        A. s. pratensis  (Vieillot, 1818) se Canada and e USA  
        A. s. floridanus  (Mearns, 1902) Florida (se USA)  
        A. s. bimaculatus  Swainson, 1827 c and s Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua and Costa Rica  
        A. s. beatriceae  Olson, 1980 c Panama  
        A. s. cracens  (Bangs & Peck, 1908) n and e Guatemala, Belize, e Honduras and ne Nicaragua  
        A. s. caucae  Chapman, 1912 Colombia  
        A. s. savannarum  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) Jamaica  
        A. s. intricatus  Hartert, 1907 Hispaniola  
        A. s. borinquensis  Peters, JL, 1917 Puerto Rico  
        A. s. caribaeus  (Hartert, 1902) Netherland Antilles  
Grassland Sparrow Ammodramus humeralis  (Bosc, 1792) SA : widespread TAX : Myospiza humeralis is now assigned to Ammodramus (Paynter 1970; Klicka & Spellman 2007, SACC)
        A. h. humeralis  (Bosc, 1792) Colombia (except ne) and Venezuela (except nw) through the Guianas to e Brazil  
        A. h. pallidulus  (Wetmore, 1949) ne Colombia and nw Venezuela  
        A. h. xanthornus  Gould, 1839 se Peru and ne Bolivia to sc Brazil, Uruguay and c Argentina  
        A. h. tarijensis  (Bond & Meyer de Schauensee, 1939) se Bolivia  
Yellow-browed Sparrow Ammodramus aurifrons  (von Spix, 1825) SA : Colombia through Amazonia TAX : Myospiza aurifrons is now assigned to Ammodramus (Paynter 1970; Klicka & Spellman 2007, NACC, SACC)
        A. a. apurensis  (Phelps & Gilliard, 1941) ne Colombia and w Venezuela  
        A. a. cherriei  (Chapman, 1914) ec Colombia  
        A. a. tenebrosus  (Zimmer & Phelps, 1949) se Colombia and sw Venezuela  
        A. a. aurifrons  (von Spix, 1825) s Colombia, e Ecuador, e Peru, ne Bolivia and Amazonian Brazil  
Sierra Madre Sparrow Xenospiza baileyi  Bangs, 1931 MA : c Mexico  
American Tree Sparrow Spizella arborea  (Wilson, A, 1810) NA : n Canada, Alaska  
        S. a. ochracea  Brewster, 1882 Alaska, nw and w Canada  
        S. a. arborea  (Wilson, A, 1810) nc and e Canada  
Chipping Sparrow Spizella passerina  (Bechstein, 1798) NA, MA : widespread  
        S. p. passerina  (Bechstein, 1798) se Canada to c and e USA  
        S. p. arizonae  Coues, 1872 Alaska to nw Mexico  
        S. p. atremaea  Moore, RT, 1937 w Mexico  
        S. p. mexicana  Nelson, 1899 c and s Mexico, nw Guatemala  
        S. p. pinetorum  Salvin, 1863 ne Guatemala and Belize to ne Nicaragua  
Field Sparrow Spizella pusilla  (Wilson, A, 1810) NA : e, c  
        S. p. pusilla  (Wilson, A, 1810) se Canada to e USA  
        S. p. arenacea  Chadbourne, 1886 c USA  
Worthen's Sparrow Spizella wortheni  Ridgway, 1884 MA : ne Mexico PHY : Worthen‘s Sparrow, an endangered species, is most closely related to Brewer‘s Sparrow, not Field Sparrow (Canales-del Castillo et al 2010)
Black-chinned Sparrow Spizella atrogularis  (Cabanis, 1851) NA, MA : sw USA, Mexico  
        S. a. evura  Coues, 1866 sw USA and n Sonora (nw Mexico)  
        S. a. caurina  Miller, AH, 1929 wc California (w USA)  
        S. a. cana  Coues, 1866 sw California (sw USA) and n Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        S. a. atrogularis  (Cabanis, 1851) nc Mexico  
Clay-colored Sparrow Spizella pallida  (Swainson, 1832) NA : c  
Brewer's Sparrow Spizella breweri  Cassin, 1856 NA : wc  
        S. b. taverneri  Swarth & Brooks, AC, 1925 se Alaska and w Canada to nw USA  
        S. b. breweri  Cassin, 1856 sc Canada to wc USA  
Vesper Sparrow Pooecetes gramineus  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) NA : w, n  
        P. g. gramineus  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) se Canada to e USA  
        P. g. confinis  Baird, SF, 1858 sw Canada and wc USA  
        P. g. affinis  Miller, GS, 1888 nw USA  
Lark Sparrow Chondestes grammacus  (Say, 1822) NA : w, n  
        C. g. grammacus  (Say, 1822) c USA  
        C. g. strigatus  Swainson, 1827 sw Canada and w USA  
Five-striped Sparrow Amphispiza quinquestriata  (Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1868) MA : nw, w Mexico PHY, TAX : Separate Five-striped Sparrow from Aimophila to Amphispiza (DaCosta et al 2009, NACC 2009-E-3)
        A. q. septentrionalis  (van Rossem, 1934) nw Mexico  
        A. q. quinquestriata  (Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1868) w Mexico  
Black-throated Sparrow Amphispiza bilineata  (Cassin, 1850) NA, MA : w USA to c Mexico  
        A. b. bilineata  (Cassin, 1850) c Texas (s USA) to ne Mexico  
        A. b. opuntia  Burleigh & Lowery, 1939 sc USA to n Mexico  
        A. b. deserticola  Ridgway, 1898 w USA to nw Mexico  
        A. b. bangsi  Grinnell, 1927 s Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        A. b. tortugae  van Rossem, 1930 Tortuga I. (Gulf of California)  
        A. b. belvederei  Banks, 1963 Cerralvo I. (Gulf of California)  
        A. b. pacifica  Nelson, 1900 nw Mexico  
        A. b. cana  van Rossem, 1930 San Esteban I. (Gulf of California)  
        A. b. grisea  Nelson, 1898 nc and c Mexico  
Bell's Sparrow Artemisiospiza belli  (Cassin, 1850) NA, MA : sw PHY, TAX, ENG : Separate Sage Sparrows from Amphispiza to Artemisiospiza (Klicka & Banks 2011). Change English name of A. belli to Bell's Sparrow with transfer of 'Sage Sparrow' to A. nevadensis
        A. b. canescens  (Grinnell, 1905) se California, sw Nevada (sw USA) and ne Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        A. b. belli  (Cassin, 1850) s California (sw USA), and nw Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        A. b. clementeae  (Ridgway, 1898) San Clemente I. (off sw California)  
        A. b. cinerea  (Townsend, CH, 1890) c Baja California (nw Mexico)  
Sagebrush Sparrow Artemisiospiza nevadensis  (Ridgway, 1874) w USA AS : Split Sage Sparrow A. nevadensis from Bell's Sparrow A. belli (Cicero & Johnson 2007, Cicero 2010, Klicka & Banks 2011, HBW 16, Cicero & Koo 2012, NACC 2013-A-8, 2013-C-3).
Tumbes Sparrow Rhynchospiza stolzmanni  (Taczanowski, 1877) SA : Ecuador, Peru  
Stripe-capped Sparrow Rhynchospiza strigiceps  (Gould, 1839) SA : sc  
        R. s. dabbenei  (Hellmayr, 1912) se Bolivia to nw Argentina  
        R. s. strigiceps  (Gould, 1839) sc Paraguay to nc Argentina  
Stripe-headed Sparrow Peucaea ruficauda  (Bonaparte, 1853) MA : w Mexico to Costa Rica  
        P. r. acuminata  (Salvin & Godman, 1886) wc Mexico  
        P. r. lawrencii  (Salvin & Godman, 1886) s Mexico  
        P. r. connectens  (Griscom, 1930) e Guatemala  
        P. r. ruficauda  (Bonaparte, 1853) Honduras, Nicaragua and nw Costa Rica  
        P. r. ibarrorum  (Dickerman, 1987) se Guatemala and El Salvador  
Black-chested Sparrow Peucaea humeralis  (Cabanis, 1851) MA : w Mexico  
Bridled Sparrow Peucaea mystacalis  (Hartlaub, 1852) MA : c Mexico  
Cinnamon-tailed Sparrow Peucaea sumichrasti  (Lawrence, 1871) MA : sw Mexico  
Rufous-winged Sparrow Peucaea carpalis  Coues, 1873 NA, MA : sw USA, nw Mexico  
        P. c. carpalis  Coues, 1873 sw USA and nw Mexico  
        P. c. bangsi  (Moore, RT, 1932) nc Sonora to n Sinaloa (nw Mexico)  
        P. c. cohaerens  (Moore, RT, 1946) n and c Sinaloa (w Mexico)  
Cassin's Sparrow Peucaea cassinii  (Woodhouse, 1852) NA, MA : sc, sw USA, n Mexico  
Bachman's Sparrow Peucaea aestivalis  (Lichtenstein, 1823) NA : se USA  
        P. a. bachmani  (Audubon, 1833) sc USA  
        P. a. illinoensis  Ridgway, 1879 c USA  
        P. a. aestivalis  (Lichtenstein, 1823) se USA  
Botteri's Sparrow Peucaea botterii  (Sclater, PL, 1858) NA, MA : sw USA to Costa Rica  
        P. b. arizonae  Ridgway, 1873 sw USA and nw Mexico  
        P. b. texana  (Phillips, AR, 1943) sc USA and ne Mexico  
        P. b. mexicana  (Lawrence, 1867) nc Mexico  
        P. b. goldmani  (Phillips, AR, 1943) w Mexico  
        P. b. botterii  (Sclater, PL, 1858) sc and s Mexico  
        P. b. petenica  (Salvin, 1863) se Mexico, Belize and n Guatemala  
        P. b. spadiconigrescens  (Howell, TR, 1965) Honduras and ne Nicaragua  
        P. b. vantynei  (Webster, JD, 1959) c Guatemala  
        P. b. vulcanica  (Miller, W & Griscom, 1925) w Nicaragua and nw Costa Rica  
Rufous-crowned Sparrow Aimophila ruficeps  (Cassin, 1852) NA, MA : sc, sw USA, Mexico  
        A. r. ruficeps  (Cassin, 1852) c California (w USA)  
        A. r. canescens  Todd, 1922 sw California (sw USA) and n Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        A. r. obscura  Dickey & van Rossem, 1923 islands off sw California (sw USA)  
        A. r. sanctorum  van Rossem, 1947 Todoa Santos Is. (island off Baja California in nw Mexico)  
        A. r. sororia  Ridgway, 1898 s Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        A. r. rupicola  van Rossem, 1946 sw Arizona (sw USA)  
        A. r. scottii  (Sennett, 1888) n and e Arizona and sw New Mexico (sw USA), nw Mexico  
        A. r. eremoeca  (Brown, NC, 1882) Colorado to Kansas (wc USA) and south to nc Mexico  
        A. r. simulans  van Rossem, 1934 nw to w Mexico  
        A. r. pallidissima  Phillips, AR, 1966 ne Mexico  
        A. r. phillipsi  Hubbard & Crossin, 1974 se Sinaloa (wc Mexico)  
        A. r. boucardi  (Sclater, PL, 1867) s. San Luis Potosí to Guanajuato and Querétaro to s Michoacán, Hidalgo, Tlaxcala, nw and c Veracruz, and n Puebla (c Mexico)  
        A. r. suttoni  Hubbard, 1975 e Nayarit to n and w Jalisco and s Colima (w Mexico)  
        A. r. laybournae  Hubbard, 1975 Veracruz to Oaxaca (sc Mexico)  
        A. r. duponti  Hubbard, 1975 Mexico City area (sc Mexico)  
        A. r. fusca  (Nelson, 1897) e Jalisco to n Colima and n Michoacán (sw Mexico)  
        A. r. australis  (Nelson, 1897) c Oaxaca (sc Mexico)  
        A. r. extima  Phillips, AR, 1966 Guerrero and s Pueblo through s Oacaca (sw Mexico)  
Rusty Sparrow Aimophila rufescens  (Swainson, 1827) MA : nw Mexico to nw Costa Rica  
        A. r. antonensis  van Rossem, 1942 nc Sonora (nw Mexico)  
        A. r. mcleodii  Brewster, 1888 e Somora and w Chihuahua to n Sinaloa and nw Durango (nw Mexico)  
        A. r. rufescens  (Swainson, 1827) w and sw Mexico  
        A. r. pyrgitoides  (Lafresnaye, 1839) inteior highlands of n and c El Salvador and c Honduras  
        A. r. discolor  Ridgway, 1888 n Honduras and ne Nicaragua  
        A. r. pectoralis  Dickey & van Rossem, 1927 Pacific slope of sw El Salavdor, se El Salvador and s Honduras.  
        A. r. hypaethra  Bangs, 1909 nw Costa Rica  
Oaxaca Sparrow Aimophila notosticta  (Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1868) MA : s Mexico  
Zapata Sparrow Torreornis inexpectata  Barbour & Peters, JL, 1927 NA : Cuba  
        T. i. inexpectata  Barbour & Peters, JL, 1927 sw Cuba  
        T. i. sigmani  Spence, MJ & Smith, BL, 1961 se Cuba  
        T. i. varonai  Regalado Ruiz, 1981 Cayo Coco (off nc Cuba)  
Striped Sparrow Oriturus superciliosus  (Swainson, 1838) MA : w, c Mexico  
        O. s. palliatus  (van Rossem, 1938) nw and w Mexico  
        O. s. superciliosus  (Swainson, 1838) c and s Mexico  
Blue Finch Porphyrospiza caerulescens  (zu Wied-Neuwied, 1830) SA : sc  
Green-tailed Towhee Pipilo chlorurus  (Audubon, 1839) NA : w USA  
Collared Towhee Pipilo ocai  (Lawrence, 1865) MA : Mexico  
        P. o. alticola  (Salvin & Godman, 1889) w Mexico  
        P. o. nigrescens  (Salvin & Godman, 1889) c Mexico  
        P. o. guerrerensis  van Rossem, 1938 sw Mexico  
        P. o. brunnescens  van Rossem, 1938 s Mexico  
        P. o. ocai  (Lawrence, 1865) ec Mexico  
Spotted Towhee Pipilo maculatus  Swainson, 1827 NA, MA : sw Canada to w Guatemala  
        P. m. oregonus  Bell, 1849 sw Canada to sw Oregon (w USA)  
        P. m. falcifer  McGregor, 1900 nw California (w USA)  
        P. m. megalonyx  Baird, SF, 1858 wc California (w USA) to extreme nw Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        P. m. clementae  Grinnell, 1897 islands off sw California (sw USA)  
        P. m. umbraticola  Grinnell & Swarth, 1926 n Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        P. m. consobrinus 
†  Ridgway, 1876
Isla de Guadalupe (off Baja California in nw Mexico)  
        P. m. magnirostris  Brewster, 1891 s Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        P. m. curtatus  Grinnell, 1911 interior sw Canada and interior nw USA  
        P. m. falcinellus  Swarth, 1913 s Oregon to c California (w USA)  
        P. m. arcticus  (Swainson, 1832) sc Canada and wc USA  
        P. m. montanus  Swarth, 1905 sw USA and n Mexico  
        P. m. gaigei  van Tyne & Sutton, 1937 e New Mexico and w Texas (sc USA), nc Mexico  
        P. m. griseipygius  van Rossem, 1934 w Mexico  
        P. m. orientalis  Sibley, 1950 ne Mexico  
        P. m. maculatus  Swainson, 1827 e Mexico  
        P. m. vulcanorum  Sibley, 1950 sc Mexico  
        P. m. oaxacae  Sibley, 1950 Oaxaca (s Mexico)  
        P. m. chiapensis  van Rossem, 1938 c Chiapas (s Mexico)  
        P. m. repetens  Griscom, 1930 se Chiapas (s Mexico) and w Guatemala  
        P. m. macronyx  Swainson, 1827 sw to sc Mexico  
        P. m. socorroensis  Grayson, 1867 Socorro I. (off w Mexico)  
Eastern Towhee Pipilo erythrophthalmus  (Linnaeus, 1758) NA : s Canada, c, e USA  
        P. e. erythrophthalmus  (Linnaeus, 1758) sc and se Canada to ec USA  
        P. e. canaster  Howell, AH, 1913 interior se USA  
        P. e. rileyi  Koelz, 1939 coastal se USA except c and s Florida  
        P. e. alleni  Coues, 1871 Florida (se USA)  
Bermuda Towhee Pipilo naufragus †  Olson & Wingate, 2012 NA : Bermuda EXT : Recently described from subfossil bones. Survived into the historic period.
White-throated Towhee Melozone albicollis  (Sclater, PL, 1858) MA : Mexico  
        M. a. marshalli  (Parkes, 1974) Puebla (sc Mexico)  
        M. a. albicollis  (Sclater, PL, 1858) Guerrero and Oaxaca (sw Mexico)  
Canyon Towhee Melozone fusca  (Swainson, 1827) NA, MA : sw USA, Mexico  
        M. f. mesoleuca  (Baird, SF, 1854) sw USA and n Mexico  
        M. f. intermedia  (Nelson, 1899) nw Mexico  
        M. f. jamesi  (Townsend, CH, 1923) Tiburon I. (off nw Mexico)  
        M. f. mesata  (Oberholser, 1937) wc USA  
        M. f. texana  (van Rossem, 1934) w and c Texas (sc USA) and ne Mexico  
        M. f. perpallida  (van Rossem, 1934) wc Mexico  
        M. f. fusca  (Swainson, 1827) c to sc Mexico  
        M. f. potosina  (Ridgway, 1899) nc to c Mexico  
        M. f. campoi  (Moore, RT, 1949) e Mexico  
        M. f. toroi  (Moore, RT, 1942) sc to s Mexico  
California Towhee Melozone crissalis  (Vigors, 1839) NA : w USA, also Baja California  
        M. c. bullata  (Grinnell & Swarth, 1926) sw Oregon to nc California (w USA)  
        M. c. carolae  (McGregor, 1899) interior California (w and sw USA)  
        M. c. petulans  (Grinnell & Swarth, 1926) coastal n California (w USA)  
        M. c. crissalis  (Vigors, 1839) coastal c California (sw USA)  
        M. c. eremophila  (van Rossem, 1935) ec California  
        M. c. senicula  (Anthony, 1895) coastal s California (sw USA) and n Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        M. c. aripolia  (Oberholser, 1919) c Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        M. c. albigula  (Baird, SF, 1860) s Baja California (nw Mexico)  
Abert's Towhee Melozone aberti  (Baird, SF, 1852) NA, MA : sw USA, nw Mexico  
        M. a. aberti  (Baird, SF, 1852) s Arizona and sw Mexico (sw USA)  
        M. a. dumeticola  (van Rossem, 1946) s Nevada and sw Utah (sw USA) to n Baja California (nw Mexico)  
Rusty-crowned Ground Sparrow Melozone kieneri  (Bonaparte, 1850) MA : Mexico  
        M. k. grisior  van Rossem, 1933 nw Mexico  
        M. k. kieneri  (Bonaparte, 1850) w Mexico  
        M. k. rubricata  (Cabanis, 1851) c and sw Mexico  
Prevost's Ground Sparrow Melozone biarcuata  (Prévost & Des Murs, 1842) MA : Mexico to Nicaragua  
        M. b. hartwegi  Brodkorb, 1938 s Mexico  
        M. b. biarcuata  (Prévost & Des Murs, 1842) Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador  
Cabanis's Ground Sparrow Melozone cabanisi  (Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1868) MA : c Costa Rica AS : Melozone cabanisi is split from M. biarcuta (Stiles & Skutch 1989, Howell & Webb 1995)
White-eared Ground Sparrow Melozone leucotis  Cabanis, 1861 MA : s Mexico to Costa Rica  
        M. l. occipitalis  (Salvin, 1878) s Mexico, Guatemala and El salvador  
        M. l. nigrior  Miller, W & Griscom, 1925 Nigaragua  
        M. l. leucotis  Cabanis, 1861 Costa Rica  
Olive Sparrow Arremonops rufivirgatus  (Lawrence, 1851) NA, MA : s Texas to Costa Rica  
        A. r. rufivirgatus  (Lawrence, 1851) s Texas (sc USA) and ne Mexico  
        A. r. ridgwayi  (Sutton & Burleigh, 1941) e Mexico  
        A. r. crassirostris  (Ridgway, 1878) se Mexico  
        A. r. rhyptothorax  Parkes, 1974 n Yucatan Pen. (se Mexico)  
        A. r. verticalis  (Ridgway, 1878) Tabasco and s Yucatan Pen. (se Mexico), Guatemala and Belize  
        A. r. sinaloae  Nelson, 1899 w Mexico  
        A. r. sumichrasti  (Sharpe, 1888) sw Mexico  
        A. r. chiapensis  Nelson, 1904 s Mexico  
        A. r. superciliosus  (Salvin, 1865) w Costa Rica  
Tocuyo Sparrow Arremonops tocuyensis  Todd, 1912 SA : Colombia, Venezuela  
Green-backed Sparrow Arremonops chloronotus  (Salvin, 1861) MA : se Mexico to Honduras  
        A. c. chloronotus  (Salvin, 1861) se Mexico, Guatemala, Belize and nw Honduras  
        A. c. twomeyi  Monroe, 1963 nc Honduras  
Black-striped Sparrow Arremonops conirostris  (Bonaparte, 1850) LA : Honduras to n Brazil  
        A. c. richmondi  Ridgway, 1898 e Honduras to w Panama  
        A. c. striaticeps  (Lafresnaye, 1853) c and e Panama through w Colombia to w Ecuador  
        A. c. viridicatus  Wetmore, 1957 Coiba I. (off s Panama)  
        A. c. inexpectatus  Chapman, 1914 nc Colombia  
        A. c. conirostris  (Bonaparte, 1850) n and ne Colombia, n and c Venezuela and extreme n Brazil  
        A. c. umbrinus  Todd, 1923 e Colombia and w Venezuela  
        A. c. pastazae  Krabbe & Stejskal, 2008 e Ecuador  
Pectoral Sparrow Arremon taciturnus  (Hermann, 1783) SA : nw SA, Amazonia  
        A. t. axillaris  Sclater, PL, 1854 ne Colombia and w Venezuela  
        A. t. taciturnus  (Hermann, 1783) e Colombia, c and s Venezuela, the Guianas, Amazonian Brazil and ne Bolivia  
        A. t. nigrirostris  (Sclater, PL, 1886) se Peru and n Bolivia  
Half-collared Sparrow Arremon semitorquatus  Swainson, 1838 SA : se Brazil  
Sao Francisco Sparrow Arremon franciscanus  Raposo, 1997 SA : ec Brazil  
Saffron-billed Sparrow Arremon flavirostris  Swainson, 1838 SA : se, sc  
        A. f. flavirostris  Swainson, 1838 c and e Brazil  
        A. f. dorbignii  Sclater, PL, 1856 c Bolivia to nw Argentina  
        A. f. devillii  Des Murs, 1856 e Bolivia to sc Brazil  
        A. f. polionotus  Bonaparte, 1850 se Brazil, Paraguay and ne Argentina  
Orange-billed Sparrow Arremon aurantiirostris  Lafresnaye, 1847 LA : se Mexico to ne Peru  
        A. a. saturatus  Cherrie, 1891 se Mexico, Guatemala and Belize  
        A. a. rufidorsalis  Cassin, 1865 Honduras to nw Panama  
        A. a. aurantiirostris  Lafresnaye, 1847 w Costa Rica to c Panama  
        A. a. strictocollaris  Todd, 1922 e Panama and nw Colombia  
        A. a. occidentalis  Hellmayr, 1911 w Colombia and nw Ecuador  
        A. a. santarosae  Chapman, 1925 sw Ecuador  
        A. a. erythrorhynchus  Sclater, PL, 1855 n Colombia  
        A. a. spectabilis  Sclater, PL, 1855 se Colombia, e Ecuador and ne Peru  
Golden-winged Sparrow Arremon schlegeli  Bonaparte, 1850 SA : Colombia, Venezuela  
        A. s. fratruelis  Wetmore, 1946 Guajira Pen. (n Colombia)  
        A. s. canidorsum  Zimmer, 1941 nc Colombia  
        A. s. schlegeli  Bonaparte, 1850 n Colombia (except Guajira Pen.) and Venezuela  
Black-capped Sparrow Arremon abeillei  Lesson, 1844 SA : Ecuador, Peru  
        A. a. abeillei  Lesson, 1844 sw Ecuador and nw Peru  
        A. a. nigriceps  Taczanowski, 1880 nc Peru  
Chestnut-capped Brush Finch Arremon brunneinucha  (Lafresnaye, 1839) LA : Mexico to Ecuador TAX : The four species of Buarremon are merged into the genus Arremon (Cadena et al. 2007; AOU 2008)
        A. b. apertus  (Wetmore, 1942) s Veracruz (se Mexico)  
        A. b. brunneinucha  (Lafresnaye, 1839) San Luis Potosi, w and c Veracruz and n Oaxaca (e Mexico)  
        A. b. alleni  (Parkes, 1954) El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua  
        A. b. suttoni  (Parkes, 1954) Guerrero to c Oaxaca (s Mexico)  
        A. b. macrourus  (Parkes, 1954) Chiapas (s Mexico) and sw Guatemala  
        A. b. elsae  (Parkes, 1954) Costa Rica to c Panama  
        A. b. frontalis  Tschudi, 1844 e Panama, Colombia, Venezuela (except nw), Ecuador (except sc) and Peru  
        A. b. allinornatus  (Phelps & Phelps Jr, 1949) nw Venezuela  
        A. b. inornatus  (Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1879) sc Ecuador  
Green-striped Brush Finch Arremon virenticeps  (Bonaparte, 1855) MA : w, c Mexico  
Black-headed Brush Finch Arremon atricapillus  (Lawrence, 1874) LA : e Panama, Colombian Andes AS : Arremon atricapillus was split on original list from A. torquatus (Ridgely & Tudor 1989, see also Cadena & Cuervo 2010, SACC 468)
        A. a. atricapillus  (Lawrence, 1874) n Colombia  
        A. a. tacarcunae  (Chapman, 1923) e Panama  
Costa Rican Brush Finch Arremon costaricensis  (Bangs, 1907) MA : Costa Rica and western Panama AS, ENG : Arremon costaricensis is split from A. atricapillus (Cadena & Cuervo 2010, SACC 468); Change English name to Costa Rican Brush Finch (AOU-NACC 2012 (53rd Supplement)
White-browed Brush Finch Arremon torquatus  (d'Orbigny & Lafresnaye, 1837) SA : s Peru, Bolivia, Argentina ENG : CHANGE English name of A. torquatus from Stripe-headed Brush Finch to Grey-browed Brush Finch with break up of this species complex
        A. t. torquatus  (d'Orbigny & Lafresnaye, 1837) w Bolivia  
        A. t. fimbriatus  (Chapman, 1923) c Bolivia  
        A. t. borellii  (Salvadori, 1897) s Bolivia and nw Argentina  
Sierra Nevada Brush Finch Arremon basilicus  (Bangs, 1898) SA : Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, n Colombia AS, ENG : Arremon basilicus is split from A. torquatus (Ridgely & Tudor 1989, Cadena & Cuervo 2010, SACC 468); CHANGE provisional English name to Sierra Nevada Brush Finch to follow SACC 487
Perija Brush Finch Arremon perijanus  (Phelps & Gilliard, 1940) SA : Serranía del Perijá, ne Colombia and nw Venezuela AS, ENG : Arremon perijanus is split from A. torquatus (Ridgely & Tudor 1989, Cadena & Cuervo 2010, SACC 468); CHANGE provisional English name to Perija Brush Finch to follow SACC 487
Grey-browed Brush Finch Arremon assimilis  (Boissonneau, 1840) SA : Andes of Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, and most of Peru AS : Arremon assimilis is split from A. torquatus (Ridgely & Tudor 1989, Cadena & Cuervo 2010, SACC 468)
        A. a. larensis  (Phelps & Phelps Jr, 1949) Lara, Merida and Tachira (nw Venezuela)  
        A. a. assimilis  (Boissonneau, 1840) n Colombia to nc Peru  
        A. a. nigrifrons  (Chapman, 1923) sw Ecuador and nw Peru  
        A. a. poliophrys  (von Berlepsch & Stolzmann, 1896) c nad s Peru  
Caracas Brush Finch Arremon phaeopleurus  (Sclater, PL, 1856) SA : Cordillera de la Costa, n Venezuela AS, ENG : Arremon phaeoplurus is split from A. torquatus (Ridgely & Tudor 1989, Cadena & Cuervo 2010, SACC 468); CHANGE provisional English name to Caracas Brush Finch to follow SACC 487
Paria Brush Finch Arremon phygas  (von Berlepsch, 1912) SA : Cordillera de la Costa Oriental, ne Venezuela AS, ENG : Arremon phygas is split from A. torquatus (Ridgely & Tudor 1989, Cadena & Cuervo 2010, SACC 468); CHANGE provisional English name to Paria Brush Finch to follow SACC 487
Sooty-faced Finch Arremon crassirostris  (Cassin, 1865) MA : Costa Rica, Panama TAX : The two species of Lysurus are merged into the genus Arremon (Cadena et al. 2007; AOU 2008)
Olive Finch Arremon castaneiceps  (Sclater, PL, 1860) SA : Colombia to Peru  
Large-footed Finch Pezopetes capitalis  Cabanis, 1861 MA : Costa Rica, Panama  
Rufous-capped Brush Finch Atlapetes pileatus  Wagler, 1831 MA : Mexico  
        A. p. dilutus  Ridgway, 1898 n and c Mexico  
        A. p. pileatus  Wagler, 1831 sc Mexico  
Moustached Brush Finch Atlapetes albofrenatus  (Boissonneau, 1840) SA : Venezuela, Colombia  
        A. a. meridae  (Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1871) nw Venezuela  
        A. a. albofrenatus  (Boissonneau, 1840) n Colombia  
Ochre-breasted Brush Finch Atlapetes semirufus  (Boissonneau, 1840) SA : Venezuela, Colombia  
        A. s. denisei  (Hellmayr, 1911) n and ne Venezuela  
        A. s. benedettii  Phelps & Gilliard, 1941 nw Venezuela  
        A. s. albigula  Zimmer & Phelps, 1946 n Tachira (w Venezuela)  
        A. s. zimmeri  Meyer de Schauensee, 1947 n Colombia and w Tachira (w Venezuela)  
        A. s. majusculus  Todd, 1919 Boyaca (nc Colombia)  
        A. s. semirufus  (Boissonneau, 1840) Cundinamarca (nc Colombia)  
Tepui Brush Finch Atlapetes personatus  (Cabanis, 1849) SA : Tepuis  
        A. p. personatus  (Cabanis, 1849) Mt. Roraima and nearby tepuis (se Venezuela)  
        A. p. collaris  Chapman, 1939 Mt. Auyan-tepui (se Venezuela)  
        A. p. duidae  Chapman, 1929 Mt. Duida and Mt. Guaiquinima (s Venezuela)  
        A. p. parui  Phelps & Phelps Jr, 1950 Cerro Parú (s Venezuela)  
        A. p. paraquensis  Phelps & Phelps Jr, 1946 Cerro Paraque and Cerro Yavi (s Venezuela)  
        A. p. jugularis  Phelps & Phelps Jr, 1955 Cerro La Neblina (s Venezuela) and n Brazil  
White-naped Brush Finch Atlapetes albinucha  (Lafresnaye & d'Orbigny, 1838) LA : Mexico to Colombia TAX : Yellow-throated Brush Finch Atlapetes gutturalis intergrades and is conspecific with White-naped Brush Finch A. albinucha (NACC 1998,SACC)
        A. a. albinucha  (Lafresnaye & d'Orbigny, 1838) e and se Mexico  
        A. a. griseipectus  Dwight & Griscom, 1921 s Mexico, w Guatemala and w El Salvador  
        A. a. fuscipygius  Dwight & Griscom, 1921 Honduras, nw El Salvador and nw Nicaragua  
        A. a. parvirostris  Dwight & Griscom, 1921 Costa Rica  
        A. a. brunnescens  Chapman, 1915 w Chiriquí (w Panama)  
        A. a. coloratus  Griscom, 1924 e Chiriquí (w Panama)  
        A. a. azuerensis  Aldrich, 1937 Azuero Pen. (s Panama)  
        A. a. gutturalis  (Lafresnaye, 1843) n Colombia  
Santa Marta Brush Finch Atlapetes melanocephalus  (Salvin & Godman, 1880) SA : Colombia  
Pale-naped Brush Finch Atlapetes pallidinucha  (Boissonneau, 1840) SA : Venezuela to Peru  
        A. p. pallidinucha  (Boissonneau, 1840) ne Colombia and nw Venezuela  
        A. p. papallactae  Hellmayr, 1913 c Colombia to Ecuador and n Peru  
Yellow-headed Brush Finch Atlapetes flaviceps  Chapman, 1912 SA : Colombia  
Dusky-headed Brush Finch Atlapetes fuscoolivaceus  Chapman, 1914 SA : Colombia  
Choco Brush Finch Atlapetes crassus  Bangs, 1908 SA : Colombia, Ecuador  
Tricolored Brush Finch Atlapetes tricolor  (Taczanowski, 1875) SA : Peru  
White-rimmed Brush Finch Atlapetes leucopis  (Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1878) SA : Colombia, Ecuador  
Rufous-naped Brush Finch Atlapetes latinuchus  (Du Bus de Gisignies, 1855) SA : Venezuela and Colombia to Peru  
        A. l. nigrifrons  Phelps & Gilliard, 1940 extreme n Colombia and nw Venezuela  
        A. l. elaeoprorus  (Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1879) Antioquia (nc Colombia)  
        A. l. simplex  (von Berlepsch, 1888) Bogota (c Colombia)  
        A. l. yariguierum  Donegan & Huertas, 2006 Santander (nc Colombia)  
        A. l. caucae  Chapman, 1927 sc to sw Colombia  
        A. l. spodionotus  (Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1879) s Colombia and n Ecuador  
        A. l. comptus  (Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1879) sw Ecuador and Piura (extreme nw Peru)  
        A. l. latinuchus  (Du Bus de Gisignies, 1855) se Ecuador and n Peru  
        A. l. chugurensis  Chapman, 1927 w Cajamarca (nw Peru)  
        A. l. baroni  (Salvin, 1895) s Cajamarca and La Libertad (nw Peru)  
Antioquia Brush Finch Atlapetes blancae  Donegan, 2007 SA : nc Colombia NEW : Atlapetes blancae is a newly described species (Donegan 2007, SACC 332)
Rufous-eared Brush Finch Atlapetes rufigenis  (Salvin, 1895) SA : Peru  
Apurimac Brush Finch Atlapetes forbesi  Morrison, 1947 SA : Peru  
Black-spectacled Brush Finch Atlapetes melanopsis  Valqui & Fjeldsĺ, 2002 SA : Peru  
Slaty Brush Finch Atlapetes schistaceus  (Boissonneau, 1840) SA : Venezuela to Peru  
        A. s. fumidus  Wetmore & Phelps Jr, 1953 Perijá Mts. ( n Colombia and nw Venezuela)  
        A. s. castaneifrons  (Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1875) Andes of nw Venezuela  
        A. s. tamae  Cory, 1913 sw Tachira (nw Venezuela) and n Colombia  
        A. s. schistaceus  (Boissonneau, 1840) c Colombia to Ecuador  
        A. s. taczanowskii  (Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1875) c Peru  
White-winged Brush Finch Atlapetes leucopterus  (Jardine, 1856) SA : Ecuador, Peru  
        A. l. leucopterus  (Jardine, 1856) w Ecuador  
        A. l. dresseri  (Taczanowski, 1883) sw Ecuador and nw Peru  
        A. l. paynteri  Fitzpatrick, 1980 nc Peru  
White-headed Brush Finch Atlapetes albiceps  (Taczanowski, 1884) SA : Ecuador, Peru  
Pale-headed Brush Finch Atlapetes pallidiceps  (Sharpe, 1900) SA : Ecuador  
Bay-crowned Brush Finch Atlapetes seebohmi  (Taczanowski, 1883) SA : Ecuador, Peru  
        A. s. celicae  Chapman, 1925 sw Ecuador  
        A. s. simonsi  (Sharpe, 1900) s Ecuador  
        A. s. seebohmi  (Taczanowski, 1883) nw Peru  
Rusty-bellied Brush Finch Atlapetes nationi  (Sclater, PL, 1881) SA : Peru  
        A. n. nationi  (Sclater, PL, 1881) w Peru  
        A. n. brunneiceps  (von Berlepsch & Stolzmann, 1906) sw Peru  
Cuzco Brush Finch Atlapetes canigenis  Chapman, 1919 SA : Peru  
Vilcabamba Brush Finch Atlapetes terborghi  Remsen, 1993 SA : Peru  
Grey-eared Brush Finch Atlapetes melanolaemus  (Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1879) SA : Peru  
Bolivian Brush Finch Atlapetes rufinucha  (d'Orbigny & Lafresnaye, 1837) SA : Bolivia  
        A. r. rufinucha  (d'Orbigny & Lafresnaye, 1837) w Bolivia  
        A. r. carrikeri  Bond & Meyer de Schauensee, 1939 c Bolivia  
Fulvous-headed Brush Finch Atlapetes fulviceps  (d'Orbigny & Lafresnaye, 1837) SA : Bolivia, nw Argentina  
Yellow-striped Brush Finch Atlapetes citrinellus  (Cabanis, 1883) SA : Argentina  
Yellow-thighed Finch Pselliophorus tibialis  (Lawrence, 1864) MA : Costa Rica, Panama  
Yellow-green Finch Pselliophorus luteoviridis  Griscom, 1924 MA : Panama  
Yellow Cardinal Gubernatrix cristata  (Vieillot, 1817) SA : Uruguay, n, e Argentina  
Common Bush Tanager Chlorospingus flavopectus  (Lafresnaye, 1840) LA : sw Mexico to n Argentina TAX : Common Bush Tanager comprises multiple species, at least 5 in Mexico and Middle America; Species in southern Central America and South America become (provisionally) C. flavopectus (Lafresnaye, 1840) with type locality restriction of C. ophthalmicus to Mexico. When treated as a single species, C. flavopectus (Lafresnaye, 1840) has priority over C. ophthalmicus (Du Bus de Gisignies, 1847). SACC #521.
        C. f. postocularis  Cabanis, 1866 s Chiapas (s Mexico) and w Guatemala  
        C. f. wetmorei  Lowery & Newman, RJ, 1949 e Veracruz (e Mexico)  
        C. f. albifrons  Salvin & Godman, 1889 Guerrero (sw Mexico)  
        C. f. persimilis  Phillips, AR, 1966 Oaxaca (s Mexico)  
        C. f. ophthalmicus  (Du Bus de Gisignies, 1847) se San Luis Potosí and w Veracruz to ne Oaxaca (e Mexico)  
        C. f. dwighti  Underdown, 1931 n Chiapas (s Mexico) and e Guatemala  
        C. f. honduratius  von Berlepsch, 1912 El Salvador and Honduras  
        C. f. regionalis  Bangs, 1906 Nicaragua, ne Costa Rica and w Panama  
        C. f. novicius  Bangs, 1902 sw Costa Rica and sw Panama  
        C. f. punctulatus  Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1869 c Panama  
        C. f. jacqueti  Hellmayr, 1921 n Colombia and Andes east slope from Lara to Tachira (w Venezuela)  
        C. f. falconensis  Phelps & Gilliard, 1941 n Venezuela  
        C. f. venezuelanus  von Berlepsch, 1893 Andes west slope from Lara to Tachira (w Venezuela)  
        C. f. ponsi  Phelps & Phelps Jr, 1952 e Perijá Mts. (nw Venezuela)  
        C. f. eminens  Zimmer, 1946 east slope of e Andes (nc Colombia)  
        C. f. trudis  Olson, 1983 west slope of e Andes in Santander (nc Colombia)  
        C. f. exitelus  Olson, 1983 northern c Andes (nc Colombia)  
        C. f. flavopectus  (Lafresnaye, 1840) west slope of the e Andes from s Santander to Bogota (c Colombia)  
        C. f. macarenae  Zimmer, 1947 Meta (c Colombia)  
        C. f. olsoni  Avendaño, Stiles & Cadena, 2013 east slope of e Andes (c Colombia)  SSP : subsp. nov. Avendaño, Stiles & Cadena, 2013
        C. f. nigriceps  Chapman, 1912 sc Andes of Colombia  
        C. f. phaeocephalus  Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1877 Ecuador  
        C. f. cinereocephalus  Taczanowski, 1874 c Peru  
        C. f. hiaticolus  O'Neill & Parker, TA, 1981 n Peru  
        C. f. peruvianus  Carriker, 1933 s Peru  
        C. f. bolivianus  Hellmayr, 1921 w Bolivia  
        C. f. fulvigularis  von Berlepsch, 1901 c Bolivia  
        C. f. argentinus  Hellmayr, 1921 sc Bolivia to n Argentina  
Tacarcuna Bush Tanager Chlorospingus tacarcunae  Griscom, 1924 LA : Panama, Colombia  
Pirre Bush Tanager Chlorospingus inornatus  (Nelson, 1912) MA : Panama  
Dusky Bush Tanager Chlorospingus semifuscus  Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1873 SA : Colombia, Ecuador  
        C. s. livingstoni  Bond & Meyer de Schauensee, 1940 w Colombia  
        C. s. semifuscus  Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1873 sw Colombia and w Ecuador  
Sooty-capped Bush Tanager Chlorospingus pileatus  Salvin, 1865 MA : Costa Rica, Panama  
        C. p. pileatus  Salvin, 1865 Costa Rica and w Chiriqui (w Panama)  
        C. p. diversus  Griscom, 1924 e Chiriqui (w Panama)  
Yellow-whiskered Bush Tanager Chlorospingus parvirostris  Chapman, 1901 SA : Colombia to Bolivia  
        C. p. huallagae  Carriker, 1933 c Colombia to Ecuador and nw Peru  
        C. p. medianus  Zimmer, 1947 c Peru  
        C. p. parvirostris  Chapman, 1901 s Peru and w Bolivia  
Yellow-throated Bush Tanager Chlorospingus flavigularis  (Sclater, PL, 1852) LA : Panama to Peru  
        C. f. hypophaeus  Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1868 w Panama  
        C. f. marginatus  Chapman, 1914 w Colombia to sw Ecuador  
        C. f. flavigularis  (Sclater, PL, 1852) c Colombia to c Ecuador and Peru  
Yellow-green Bush Tanager Chlorospingus flavovirens  (Lawrence, 1867) SA : Colombia, Ecuador  
Ashy-throated Bush Tanager Chlorospingus canigularis  (Lafresnaye, 1848) LA : Costa Rica to Peru  
        C. c. olivaceiceps  Underwood, 1898 Costa Rica and w Panama  
        C. c. canigularis  (Lafresnaye, 1848) nc Colombia to nw Venezuela  
        C. c. conspicillatus  Todd, 1922 w Colombia  
        C. c. paulus  Zimmer, 1947 w Ecuador and nw Peru  
        C. c. signatus  Taczanowski & von Berlepsch, 1885 c Ecuador to sc Peru