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NAMES >> Index >>Sandgrouse & pigeons

IOC English NameScientific NameRangeComments
       
 
ORDER PTEROCLIFORMES
  PHY,TAX : The sandgrouse are treated as a separate Order Pterocliformes because their relationships to other modern birds remain uncertain.
       
Sandgrouse (16)
Family Pteroclidae
   
Tibetan Sandgrouse Syrrhaptes tibetanus  Gould, 1850 EU : Tajikistan through Tibet to wc China  
Pallas's Sandgrouse Syrrhaptes paradoxus  (Pallas, 1773) EU : w Kazahkstan to ne and ec China  
Pin-tailed Sandgrouse Pterocles alchata  (Linnaeus, 1766) EU, AF : sw EU,  n AF  
        P. a. alchata  (Linnaeus, 1766) Iberian Pen., se France  
        P. a. caudacutus  (Gmelin, SG, 1774) n Africa through the Middle East to s Kazakhstan and Pakistan  
Namaqua Sandgrouse Pterocles namaqua  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) AF : Angola, Namibia, Botswana and South Africa  
Chestnut-bellied Sandgrouse Pterocles exustus  Temminck, 1825 AF, EU, OR : w AF to India  
        P. e. floweri †  Nicoll, 1921 Egypt  
        P. e. exustus  Temminck, 1825 Mauritania, Senegal and Gambia to c Sudan  
        P. e. ellioti  Bogdanov, 1881 se Sudan, Eritrea, n Ethiopia, Somalia  
        P. e. olivascens  (Hartert, 1909) sw Ethiopia, Kenya, n Tanzania  
        P. e. erlangeri  (Neumann, 1909) w and s Arabian Pen.  
        P. e. hindustan  Meinertzhagen, 1923 se Iran, Pakistan, India  
Spotted Sandgrouse Pterocles senegallus  (Linnaeus, 1771) AF, EU : nw AF to nw India  
Black-bellied Sandgrouse Pterocles orientalis  (Linnaeus, 1758) EU : sw, also n AF  
        P. o. orientalis  (Linnaeus, 1758) Canary Is., Iberian Pen., Morocco to w Iran  
        P. o. arenarius  (Pallas, 1775) Kazakhstan to s Iran and Afghanistan, east to nw China  
Yellow-throated Sandgrouse Pterocles gutturalis  Smith, A, 1836 AF : e, sc  
        P. g. saturatior  Hartert, 1900 Ethiopia to n Zambia  
        P. g. gutturalis  Smith, A, 1836 s Zambia to South Africa  
Crowned Sandgrouse Pterocles coronatus  Lichtenstein, 1823 AF, EU : w AF to Pakistan  
        P. c. coronatus  Lichtenstein, 1823 w and c Sahara to e Egypt and n Sudan  
        P. c. vastitas  Meinertzhagen, 1928 Sinai Pen. (ne Egypt) to Israel and Jordan  
        P. c. saturatus  Kinnear, 1927 n Oman  
        P. c. atratus  Hartert, 1902 Arabian Pen. to s Afghanistan  
        P. c. ladas  Koelz, 1954 Pakistan  
Black-faced Sandgrouse Pterocles decoratus  Cabanis, 1868 AF : e  
        P. d. ellenbecki  Erlanger, 1905 s Ethiopia and s Somalia to n Kenya and ne Uganda  
        P. d. decoratus  Cabanis, 1868 se Kenya, e Tanzania  
        P. d. loveridgei  (Friedmann, 1928) sw Kenya, c Tanzania  
Madagascan Sandgrouse Pterocles personatus  Gould, 1843 AF : Madagascar  
Lichtenstein's Sandgrouse Pterocles lichtensteinii  Temminck, 1825 AF, EU : nw AF to Pakistan  
        P. l. targius  Geyr von Schweppenburg, 1916 Morocco and Mauritania to Chad  
        P. l. lichtensteinii  Temminck, 1825 ne Chad, n Sudan to Eritrea and n Somalia, e and ne Egypt to Jordan  
        P. l. sukensis  Neumann, 1909 se Sudan, s Ethiopia to c Kenya  
        P. l. arabicus  Neumann, 1909 s Arabian Pen. through s Iran and Afghanistan to Pakistan  
        P. l. ingramsi  Bates & Kinnear, 1937 Hadhramaut (s Yemen)  
Painted Sandgrouse Pterocles indicus  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) OR : India  
Four-banded Sandgrouse Pterocles quadricinctus  Temminck, 1815 AF : Senegal and Gambia to Eritrea, Ethiopia and w Kenya  
Double-banded Sandgrouse Pterocles bicinctus  Temminck, 1815 AF : s  
        P. b. ansorgei  (Benson, 1947) sw Angola  
        P. b. bicinctus  Temminck, 1815 Namibia, Botswana, nw South Africa  
        P. b. multicolor  Hartert, 1908 Zambia and Malawi to w Mozambique and ne South Africa  
Burchell's Sandgrouse Pterocles burchelli  Sclater, WL, 1922 AF : s Angola and Namibia through Botswana to Zimbabwe and South Africa  
       
 
ORDER COLUMBIFORMES
   
       
Pigeons, Doves (335)
Family Columbidae
   
Rock Dove Columba livia  Gmelin, JF, 1789 Worldwide : widespread ENG : “Rock Pigeon“ conflicts with established names in Australia for species of Petrophassa; accept BOU choice of classic Rock Dove for this species native to British Isles. Feral Pigeon is available for worldwide introduced populations
        C. l. livia  Gmelin, JF, 1789 w and c Europe, n Africa to c Asia  
        C. l. gymnocycla  Gray, GR, 1856 Mauritania and Senegal to s Mali and Ghana  
        C. l. targia  Geyr von Schweppenburg, 1916 n Mali and s Algeria to c Sudan  
        C. l. dakhlae  Meinertzhagen, 1928 w Egypt  
        C. l. schimperi  Bonaparte, 1854 e Egype, s Sudan, Eritrea  
        C. l. palaestinae  Zedlitz, 1912 Sinai Pen. (Egypt) to Syria, w and s Arabian Pen.  
        C. l. gaddi  Zarudny & Loudon, 1906 e Turkey to Uzbekistan and w and n Afghanistan  
        C. l. neglecta  Hume, 1873 w Pakistan and e Afghanistan to the Himalayas  
        C. l. intermedia  Strickland, 1844 s India, Sri Lanka  
Hill Pigeon Columba rupestris  Pallas, 1811 EU : c, e  
        C. r. turkestanica  Buturlin, 1908 Turkestan, w and n Himalayas, Tibet  
        C. r. rupestris  Pallas, 1811 Mongolia, s Siberia to Korea, s China and e Tibet  
Snow Pigeon Columba leuconota  Vigors, 1831 EU : sc, se  
        C. l. leuconota  Vigors, 1831 Himalayas  
        C. l. gradaria  Hartert, 1916 e Tibet to se China and n Burma  
Speckled Pigeon Columba guinea  Linnaeus, 1758 AF : widespread  
        C. g. guinea  Linnaeus, 1758 Mauritania to Ethiopia south to DR Congo and n Malawi  
        C. g. phaeonota  Gray, GR, 1856 sw Angola to Zimbabwe and South Africa  
White-collared Pigeon Columba albitorques  Rüppell, 1837 AF : Ethiopia, Eritrea  
Stock Dove Columba oenas  Linnaeus, 1758 EU : w, sw  
        C. o. oenas  Linnaeus, 1758 w Europe and nw Africa to n Kazakhstan, sw Siberia and n Iran  
        C. o. yarkandensis  Buturlin, 1908 se Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan to w China  
Yellow-eyed Pigeon Columba eversmanni  Bonaparte, 1856 EU : Iran to nw China  
Somali Pigeon Columba oliviae  Clarke, S, 1918 AF : Somalia  
Common Wood Pigeon Columba palumbus  Linnaeus, 1758 EU : w, sw  
        C. p. palumbus  Linnaeus, 1758 Europe to w Siberia and Iraq  
        C. p. maderensis 
†  Tschusi, 1904
Madeira  
        C. p. azorica  Hartert, 1905 e and c Azores  
        C. p. excelsa  (Bonaparte, 1856) nw Africa  
        C. p. iranica  (Zarudny, 1910) sw and n Iran to sw Turkmenistan  
        C. p. casiotis  (Bonaparte, 1854) se Iran to Kazakhstan to w China, nw India and Nepal  
Trocaz Pigeon Columba trocaz  Heineken, 1829 AF : Madeira  
Bolle's Pigeon Columba bollii  Godman, 1872 AF : Canary Islands  
Laurel Pigeon Columba junoniae  Hartert, 1916 AF : Canary Islands  
Afep Pigeon Columba unicincta  Cassin, 1860 AF : Guinea to Ghana; e Nigeria to Angola, DRCongo and Uganda  
African Olive Pigeon Columba arquatrix  Temminck, 1808 AF : Angola; Ethiopia to South Africa  
Cameroon Olive Pigeon Columba sjostedti  Reichenow, 1901 AF : Cameroon  
Sao Tome Olive Pigeon Columba thomensis  Barboza du Bocage, 1888 AF : São Tomé  
Comoros Olive Pigeon Columba pollenii  Schlegel, 1865 AF : Comoros  
Speckled Wood Pigeon Columba hodgsonii  Vigors, 1832 OR : Himalayas to Burma  
White-naped Pigeon Columba albinucha  Sassi, 1911 AF : Cameroon; e DRCongo, w Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi  
Ashy Wood Pigeon Columba pulchricollis  Blyth, 1846 OR : Himalayas to s China, Taiwan  
Nilgiri Wood Pigeon Columba elphinstonii  (Sykes, 1832) OR : sw India  
Sri Lanka Wood Pigeon Columba torringtoniae  (Kelaart, 1853) OR : Sri Lanka  
Pale-capped Pigeon Columba punicea  Blyth, 1842 OR : ne India through Southeast Asia  
Silvery Pigeon Columba argentina  Bonaparte, 1855 OR : islands off Sumatra, n Borneo  
Andaman Wood Pigeon Columba palumboides  (Hume, 1873) OR : Andaman Islands  
Japanese Wood Pigeon Columba janthina  Temminck, 1830 EU : islands s of Japan and South Korea  
        C. j. janthina  Temminck, 1830 Tsushima and s Japan to Izu Is. and Ryukyu Is.  
        C. j. nitens  (Stejneger, 1887) Ogasawara (Bonin Is.) and Iwo Is. (Volcano Is.)  
        C. j. stejnegeri  (Kuroda, 1923) Yaeyama Is. (Ryukyu Is., Japan)  
Bonin Wood Pigeon Columba versicolor †  Kittlitz, 1832 EU : Bonin Is. EXTINCT :
Ryukyu Wood Pigeon Columba jouyi †  (Stejneger, 1887) EU : Okinawa and Daito I., Ryukyu Islands EXTINCT :
Metallic Pigeon Columba vitiensis  Quoy & Gaimard, 1832 OR, AU : Philippines to Samoa  
        C. v. griseogularis  (Walden & Layard, EL, 1872) Philippines, Sulu Arch., islands off e Borneo  
        C. v. anthracina  (Hachisuka, 1939) Palawan, islands off n Borneo  
        C. v. metallica  Temminck, 1835 Lesser Sundas  
        C. v. halmaheira  (Bonaparte, 1855) Banggai, Sulas, Kai, Moluccas to New Guinea and the Solomon Is.  
        C. v. leopoldi  (Tristram, 1879) Vanuatu  
        C. v. hypoenochroa  (Gould, 1856) New Caledonia, Isle of Pines and Loyalty Is.  
        C. v. godmanae †  (Mathews, 1915) Lord Howe I.  
        C. v. vitiensis  Quoy & Gaimard, 1830 Fiji Is.  
        C. v. castaneiceps  Peale, 1848 Samoa  
White-headed Pigeon Columba leucomela  Temminck, 1821 AU : e Australia  
Yellow-legged Pigeon Columba pallidiceps  (Ramsay, EP, 1878) AU : Bismarck Archipelago, Solomon Islands  
Eastern Bronze-naped Pigeon Columba delegorguei  Delegorgue, 1847 AF : e, se  
        C. d. sharpei  (Salvadori, 1893) se Sudan to Tanzania  
        C. d. delegorguei  Delegorgue, 1847 Malawi to e South Africa  
Western Bronze-naped Pigeon Columba iriditorques  Cassin, 1856 AF : Guinea and Sierra Leone to Uganda, DRCongo and Angola  
Island Bronze-naped Pigeon Columba malherbii  Verreaux, J & Verreaux, E, 1851 AF : Gulf of Guinea islands  
Lemon Dove Columba larvata  Temminck, 1809 AF : widespread TAX : Aberrant Lemon Dove assigned to Columba rather than Aplopelia following Dickinson (2003), Fry & Keith (1985), and HBW 4;
        C. l. inornata  (Reichenow, 1892) Sierra Leone to Cameroon and Gabon, Bioko and Pagalu Is.  
        C. l. principalis  (Hartlaub, 1866) Principe I.  
        C. l. simplex  (Hartlaub, 1849)

São Tomé

 
        C. l. bronzina  Rüppell, 1837 se Sudan, Ethiopia  
        C. l. larvata  Temminck, 1809 s Sudan to South Africa  
        C. l. jacksoni  (Sharpe, 1904) e DR Congo to w Tanzania and nc Zambia  
        C. l. samaliyae  (White, CMN, 1948) Angola, nw Zambia  
White-crowned Pigeon Patagioenas leucocephala  (Linnaeus, 1758) NA, MA : s Florida to West Indies and e MA  
Scaly-naped Pigeon Patagioenas squamosa  (Bonnaterre, 1792) NA : West Indies  
Scaled Pigeon Patagioenas speciosa  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) LA : s Mexico to s Brazil  
Picazuro Pigeon Patagioenas picazuro  (Temminck, 1813) SA : se  
        P. p. marginalis  (Naumburg, 1932) ne Brazil  
        P. p. picazuro  (Temminck, 1813) e and s Brazil and Bolivia to sc Argentina  
Bare-eyed Pigeon Patagioenas corensis  (Jacquin, 1784) SA : Guinea and Sierra Leone to Uganda, DRCongo and Angola  
Spot-winged Pigeon Patagioenas maculosa  (Temminck, 1813) SA : c Peru to se Brazil and sc Argentina  
        P. m. albipennis  (Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1876) c Peru to w Bolivia and nw Argentina  
        P. m. maculosa  (Temminck, 1813) s Bolivia to se Brazil and sc Argentina  
Band-tailed Pigeon Patagioenas fasciata  (Say, 1822) NA, LA : sw British Columbia to nw Argentina  
        P. f. monilis  (Vigors, 1839) se Alaska and w Canada to w USA  
        P. f. fasciata  (Say, 1822) wc and sw USA to Nicaragua  
        P. f. vioscae  (Brewster, 1888) s Baja California (Mexico)  
        P. f. letonai  (Dickey & van Rossem, 1926) Honduras and El Salvador  
        P. f. parva  (Griscom, 1935) n Nicaragua  
        P. f. crissalis  (Salvadori, 1893) Costa Rica, w Panama  
        P. f. albilinea  (Bonaparte, 1854) Colombia to nw Argentina  
        P. f. roraimae  (Chapman, 1929) Mt. Roraima and Mt. Duida (s Venezuela)  
Chilean Pigeon Patagioenas araucana  (Lesson & Garnot, 1827) SA : Chile, w Argentina  
Ring-tailed Pigeon Patagioenas caribaea  (Jacquin, 1784) NA : Jamaica  
Pale-vented Pigeon Patagioenas cayennensis  (Bonnaterre, 1792) LA : s Mexico to n Argentina  
        P. c. pallidicrissa  (Chubb, 1910) se Mexico to n Colombia  
        P. c. occidentalis  (Stolzmann, 1926) w Ecuador  
        P. c. andersoni  (Cory, 1915) se Colombia and e Ecuador to Venezuela and n Brazil  
        P. c. tobagensis  (Cory, 1915) Trinidad and Tobago Is.  
        P. c. cayennensis  (Bonnaterre, 1792) the Guianas  
        P. c. sylvestris  (Vieillot, 1818) e Brazil and s Brazil to Paraguay and n Argentina  
Red-billed Pigeon Patagioenas flavirostris  (Wagler, 1831) MA : widespread  
        P. f. flavirostris  (Wagler, 1831) s Texas (USA) to e Costa Rica  
        P. f. madrensis  (Nelson, 1898) Tres Marias Is. (off w Mexico)  
        P. f. restricta  (van Rossem, 1930) w Mexico  
        P. f. minima  (Carriker, 1910) w Costa Rica  
Maranon Pigeon Patagioenas oenops  (Salvin, 1895) SA : Ecuador, Peru  
Plain Pigeon Patagioenas inornata  (Vigors, 1827) NA : Greater Antilles  
        P. i. inornata  (Vigors, 1827) Cuba, Hispaniola  
        P. i. exigua  (Ridgway, 1915) Jamaica  
        P. i. wetmorei  (Peters, JL, 1937) Puerto Rico  
Plumbeous Pigeon Patagioenas plumbea  (Vieillot, 1818) SA : Colombia to se Brazil  SSP : Subspecies and ranges follow H&M 4:60
        P. p. bogotensis  (von Berlepsch & Leverkühn, 1890) e Andean slopes from w Venezuela to w Bolivia  SSP : Includes delicata as a synonym
        P. p. chapmani  (Ridgway, 1916) w Colombia to nw Peru  
        P. p. pallescens  (Snethlage, E, 1908) e Ecuador, e Peru, w Amazonian Brasil  
        P. p. wallacei  (Chubb, C, 1917) e Venezuela, the Guianas, e Amazonian Brasil  
        P. p. baeri  (Hellmayr, 1908) ec Brazil  
        P. p. plumbea  (Vieillot, 1818) se Brazil, Paraguay  
Ruddy Pigeon Patagioenas subvinacea  (Lawrence, 1868) LA : Costa Rica through Amazonia SSP : Subspecies and ranges follow H&M 4:60 
        P. s. subvinacea  (Lawrence, 1868) Costa Rica, w Panama  
        P. s. berlepschi  (Hartert, 1898) se Panama to nw Peru  
        P. s. ruberrima  (Meyer de Schauensee, 1950) nw Colombia  
        P. s. peninsularis  (Chapman, 1915) ne Venezuela  
        P. s. zuliae  (Cory, 1915) ne Colombia, w Venezuela  
        P. s. anolaimae  (Chubb, C, 1917) c Colombia  
        P. s. purpureotincta  (Ridgway, 1888) s, e Venezuela, the Guianas, e Amazonian Brasil  
        P. s. ogilviegranti  (Chubb, 1917) se Brasil to n, e, Bolivia, w Amazonian Brazil  
        P. s. recondita  (Todd, 1937) c Amazonian Brazil  
Short-billed Pigeon Patagioenas nigrirostris  (Sclater, PL, 1860) LA : se Mexico to nw Colombia  
Dusky Pigeon Patagioenas goodsoni  (Hartert, 1902) SA : w Colombia, nw Ecuador  
Malagasy Turtle Dove Nesoenas picturata  (Temminck, 1813) AF : Madagascar region TAX, SEQ : Move Malagasy Turtle Dove from Streptopelia to Nesoenas before Pink Pigeon (Cheke 2005, BLI)
        N. p. rostrata  (Bonaparte, 1855) Seychelles  
        N. p. aldabrana  (Sclater, PL, 1872) Amirantes Is.  
        N. p. coppingeri  (Sharpe, 1884) Aldabra and Glorieuse Is.  
        N. p. comorensis  (Newton, E, 1877) Comoro Is.  
        N. p. picturata  (Temminck, 1813) Madagascar  
Rodrigues Pigeon Nesoenas rodericana † (Milne-Edwards, 1873) IO : Rodrigues I.
Pink Pigeon Nesoenas mayeri  (Prévost, 1843) AF : Mascarene Is.  
        N. m. mayeri  (Prévost, 1843) Mauritius I.  
        N. m. duboisi 
†  Rothschild, 1907
La Réunion  
European Turtle Dove Streptopelia turtur  (Linnaeus, 1758) EU : w, c  
        S. t. turtur  (Linnaeus, 1758) Europe, Madeira and Canary Is. to w Siberia  
        S. t. arenicola  (Hartert, 1894) nw Africa to Iran and w China  
        S. t. hoggara  (Geyr von Schweppenburg, 1916) Air Massif and Hoggar Mts. (southern Sahara)  
        S. t. rufescens  (Brehm, CL, 1845) Egypt and n Sudan  
Dusky Turtle Dove Streptopelia lugens  (Rüppell, 1837) AF, EU : South Sudan and Ethiopia to Malawi; Saudi Arabia and Yemen  
Adamawa Turtle Dove Streptopelia hypopyrrha  (Reichenow, 1910) AF : Senegal and Gambia; Nigeria; Cameroon  
Oriental Turtle Dove Streptopelia orientalis  (Latham, 1790) EU, OR : c, e Asia through India and Southeast Asia  
        S. o. meena  (Sykes, 1832) sw Siberia to Iran and the Himalayas  
        S. o. orientalis  (Latham, 1790) c Siberia to Japan, China and the Himalayas  
        S. o. stimpsoni  (Stejneger, 1887) Ryukyu Is. (Japan)  
        S. o. orii  Yamashina, 1932 Taiwan  
        S. o. erythrocephala  (Bonaparte, 1855) s India  
        S. o. agricola  (Tickell, 1833) ne India to Burma and sc China  
Island Collared Dove Streptopelia bitorquata  (Temminck, 1809) OR : Philippines, Java, Lesser Sundas  
        S. b. dusumieri  (Temminck, 1823) Philippines, Sula Arch.  
        S. b. bitorquata  (Temminck, 1809) Java to Timor  
Eurasian Collared Dove Streptopelia decaocto  (Frivaldszky, 1838) EU, OR : w Europe to India and e China  
        S. d. decaocto  (Frivaldszky, 1838) Europe to w China and Korea  
        S. d. xanthocycla  (Newman, 1906) Burma to e China  
African Collared Dove Streptopelia roseogrisea  (Sundevall, 1857) AF : ne, c, w, also sw Arabian Peninsula TAX : Restore S. roseogrisea.  Taxonomic status of  S. risoria, referable to domestic Barbary Dove, relative to wild African Collared Dove unsettled. (cf ICZN Opinion 2215). 
        S. r. roseogrisea  (Sundevall, 1857) sw Mauritania, Senegal and Gambia to n Sudan and nw Ethiopia  
        S. r. arabica  (Neumann, 1904) ne Sudan to n Somalia and sw Arabia  
White-winged Collared Dove Streptopelia reichenowi  (Erlanger, 1901) AF : se Ethiopia, sw Somalia  
Mourning Collared Dove Streptopelia decipiens  (Hartlaub & Finsch, 1870) AF : widespread  
        S. d. shelleyi  (Salvadori, 1893) Mauritania to c Nigeria  
        S. d. logonensis  (Reichenow, 1921) Lake Chad to s Sudan, n DR Congo and w Uganda  
        S. d. decipiens  (Hartlaub & Finsch, 1870) e Sudan to Ethiopia and nw Somalia  
        S. d. elegans  (Zedlitz, 1913) s Ethiopia to s Somalia and e Kenya  
        S. d. perspicillata  (Fischer, GA & Reichenow, 1884) w Kenya to c Tanzania  
        S. d. ambigua  (Barboza du Bocage, 1881) Angola and Namibia; e DR Congo, Malawi, n Botswana and n Zimbabwe; e Botswana, s Zimbabwe, s Mozambique and ne South Africa  
Red-eyed Dove Streptopelia semitorquata  (Rüppell, 1837) AF, EU : widespread south of the Sahara, Saudi Arabia and Yemen  
Ring-necked Dove Streptopelia capicola  (Sundevall, 1857) AF : e, s  
        S. c. electa  (Madarász, 1913) w Ethiopia  
        S. c. somalica  (Erlanger, 1905) e Ethiopia, Somalia, n Kenya  
        S. c. tropica  (Reichenow, 1902) c Kenya to Angola and South Africa  
        S. c. onguati  Macdonald, 1957 sw Angola, n Namibia  
        S. c. damarensis  (Hartlaub & Finsch, 1870) Namibia, Botswana, sw Zimbabwe  
        S. c. capicola  (Sundevall, 1857) w South Africa  
Vinaceous Dove Streptopelia vinacea  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) AF : Mauritania, Senegal and Gambia to Eritrea, Ethiopia and Uganda  
Red Turtle Dove Streptopelia tranquebarica  (Hermann, 1804) OR : widespread  
        S. t. humilis  (Temminck, 1824) Tibet to n China and the Philippines  
        S. t. tranquebarica  (Hermann, 1804) Nepal, India  
Spotted Dove Spilopelia chinensis  (Scopoli, 1786) OR : widespread  
        S. c. suratensis  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) Pakistan to Nepal, India and Sri Lanka  
        S. c. tigrina  (Temminck, 1809) n India through Indochina to Philippines and Sundas  
        S. c. chinensis  (Scopoli, 1786) Burma to c and e China, Taiwan  
        S. c. hainana  (Hartert, 1910) Hainan (off se China)  
Laughing Dove Spilopelia senegalensis  (Linnaeus, 1766) AF, EU, OR : India and c Asia to s Arabian Peninsula and AF  
        S. s. phoenicophila  (Hartert, 1916) Morocco to nw Libya  
        S. s. aegyptiaca  (Latham, 1790) Nile Valley (Egypt)  
        S. s. sokotrae  (Grant, 1914) Socotra I.  
        S. s. senegalensis  (Linnaeus, 1766) w Arabia, Africa south of the Sahara  
        S. s. cambayensis  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) e Arabia and e Iran to India and Bangladesh  
        S. s. ermanni  (Bonaparte, 1856) Kazakhstan, n Afghanistan, w China  
Barred Cuckoo-Dove Macropygia unchall  (Wagler, 1827) OR : widespread  
        M. u. tusalia  (Blyth, 1843) Himalayas to sw China and Burma  
        M. u. minor  Swinhoe, 1870 se China, Indochina  
        M. u. unchall  (Wagler, 1827) Malay Pen., Sumatra, Java, Lombok and Flores  
Slender-billed Cuckoo-Dove Macropygia amboinensis  (Linnaeus, 1766) AU : Sulawesi, Moluccas to New Guinea and its islands  
        M. a. sanghirensis  Salvadori, 1878 Sangihe and Talaud Is. (n Indonesia)  
        M. a. atrata  Ripley, 1941 Togian Is. (off c Sulawesi)  
        M. a. albicapilla  Bonaparte, 1854 Sulawesi, Banggai and Sula Is.  
        M. a. albiceps  Bonaparte, 1856 n Moluccas  
        M. a. amboinensis  (Linnaeus, 1766) s Moluccas  
        M. a. keyensis  Salvadori, 1876 Kai Is. (se Moluccas)  
        M. a. doreya  Bonaparte, 1854 nw New Guinea and w Papuan islands  
        M. a. maforensis  Salvadori, 1878 Numfor I. (offf n New Guinea)  
        M. a. griseinucha  Salvadori, 1876 Mios Num (off n New Guinea)  
        M. a. cinereiceps  Tristram, 1889 Yapen I., New Guinea, D'Entrecasteaux Arch.  
        M. a. balim  Rand, 1941 nc New Guinea  
        M. a. meeki  Rothschild & Hartert, 1915 Manam I. (off ne New Guinea)  
        M. a. admiralitatis  Mayr, 1937 Admiralty Is.  
        M. a. carteretia  Bonaparte, 1854 New Britain, New Ireland, Lihir Is. (Bismarck Arch.)  
        M. a. hueskeri  Neumann, 1922 New Hanover (Bismarck Arch.)  
        M. a. cunctata  Hartert, 1899 Louisiade Arch. (se of New Guinea)  
Brown Cuckoo-Dove Macropygia phasianella  (Temminck, 1821) AU : e Australia coast and adjacent highlands AS, ENG : Macropygia phasianella is split from M.amboinensis (Sibley & Monroe 1990; HBW 4; widely accepted); Slender-billed Cuckoo-Dove is correct name for amboinensis; Brown Cuckoo-Dove is used for M. phasianella
        M. p. quinkan  Schodde, 1989 Cape York Pen. (n Australia)  
        M. p. robinsoni  Mathews, 1912 Queensland (ne Australia)  
        M. p. phasianella  (Temminck, 1821) e and se Australia  
Philippine Cuckoo-Dove Macropygia tenuirostris  Bonaparte, 1854 OR : Philippines, Sulu Archipelago AS : Macropygia tenuirostris is split from M.amboinensis; Dickinson (2003) and BLI recognize w misgivings
        M. t. phaea  McGregor, 1904 Batan and Calayan (Philippines), Lanyu I. (off s Taiwan)  
        M. t. tenuirostris  Bonaparte, 1854 the rest of the Philippines  
Ruddy Cuckoo-Dove Macropygia emiliana  Bonaparte, 1854 OR : w Sumatra islands, Borneo, Java, Lesser Sundas AS : Macropygia emiliana is split from M.amboinensis; Dickinson (2003) and BLI recognize w misgivings
        M. e. hypopercna  Oberholser, 1912 Simeulue I. (off nw Sumatra)  
        M. e. modiglianii  Salvadori, 1887 Nias I. (off w Sumatra)  
        M. e. elassa  Oberholser, 1912 Mentawai Is. (off w Sumatra)  
        M. e. cinnamomea  Salvadori, 1892 Enggano I. (off w Sumatra)  
        M. e. emiliana  Bonaparte, 1854 Java to w Lesser Sundas  
        M. e. megala  Siebers, 1929 Kangean Is. (off ne Java)  
        M. e. borneensis  Robinson & Kloss, 1921 Borneo  
Bar-necked Cuckoo-Dove Macropygia magna  Wallace, 1864 AU : s Sulawesi, Lesser Sundas  
        M. m. macassariensis  Wallace, 1865 sw Sulawesi, Selayar and Tana Keke Is. (off s Sulawesi)  
        M. m. longa  Meise, 1930 Tanahjampea and Kalaotoa Is. (e Lesser Sundas)  
        M. m. magna  Wallace, 1864 Timor and Wetar (e Lesser Sundas)  
        M. m. timorlaoensis  Meyer, AB, 1884 Tanimbar Is.  
Andaman Cuckoo-Dove Macropygia rufipennis  Blyth, 1846 OR : Andaman Islands  
Bar-tailed Cuckoo-Dove Macropygia nigrirostris  Salvadori, 1876 AU : New Guinea, Bismarck Archipelago ENG : Change English name of Macropygia nigrirostris to Bar-tailed Cuckoo-Dove (Gregory 2009)
MacKinlay's Cuckoo-Dove Macropygia mackinlayi  Ramsay, EP, 1878 AU : Bismarck Archipelago to Vanuatu ENG : Change English name of Macropygia mackinlayi to MacKinlay‘s Cuckoo-Dove (Gregory 2009)
        M. m. goodsoni  Hartert, 1924 Admiralty, St. Matthias and New Britain Is.  
        M. m. krakari  Rothschild & Hartert, 1915 Karkar I. (off n Papua New Guinea)  
        M. m. arossi  Tristram, 1879 Solomon Is.  
        M. m. mackinlayi  Ramsay, EP, 1878 Santa Cruz and Banks Is., Vanuatu  
Little Cuckoo-Dove Macropygia ruficeps  (Temminck, 1835) OR : widespread, also Lesser Sundas  
        M. r. assimilis  Hume, 1874 s Burma to nw Thailand and sw China  
        M. r. engelbachi  Delacour, 1928 nw Vietnam, n Laos  
        M. r. malayana  Chasen & Kloss, 1931 Malay Pen.  
        M. r. simalurensis  Richmond, 1902 Simeulue I. (off nw Sumatra)  
        M. r. sumatrana  Robinson & Kloss, 1919 Sumatra  
        M. r. nana  Stresemann, 1913 Borneo and Sibatik I.  
        M. r. ruficeps  (Temminck, 1835) Java and Bali  
        M. r. orientalis  Hartert, 1896 Lesser Sundas  
Great Cuckoo-Dove Reinwardtoena reinwardti  (Temminck, 1824) AU : New Guinea  
        R. r. reinwardti  (Temminck, 1824) Moluccas  
        R. r. griseotincta  Hartert, 1896 w Papua islands, New Guinea, D'Entrecasteaux Arch.  
        R. r. brevis  Peters, JL, 1937 Biak I. (off n New Guinea)  
Pied Cuckoo-Dove Reinwardtoena browni  (Sclater, PL, 1877) AU : Bismarck Archipelago, Admiralty Islands  
Crested Cuckoo-Dove Reinwardtoena crassirostris  (Gould, 1856) AU : Solomon Islands  
White-faced Dove Turacoena manadensis  (Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) AU : Sulawesi  
Black Dove Turacoena modesta  (Temminck, 1835) AU : Lesser Sundas  
Emerald-spotted Wood Dove Turtur chalcospilos  (Wagler, 1827) AF : Ethiopia and Somalia to Angola, Namibia and South Africa  
Black-billed Wood Dove Turtur abyssinicus  (Sharpe, 1902) AF : Mauritania, Senegal and Gambia to Eritrea, Ethiopia and Uganda  
Blue-spotted Wood Dove Turtur afer  (Linnaeus, 1766) AF : Senegal and Gambia to Eritrea, Ethiopia and Uganda, south to Angola, n South Africa and Mozambique  
Tambourine Dove Turtur tympanistria  (Temminck, 1809) AF : Guinea to Ethiopia, south to Angola, Zambia and South Africa  
Blue-headed Wood Dove Turtur brehmeri  (Hartlaub, 1865) AF : w, c  
        T. b. infelix  Peters, JL, 1937 Guinea and Sierra Leone to Cameroon  
        T. b. brehmeri  (Hartlaub, 1865) s Cameroon to e DR Congo and nw Angola  
Namaqua Dove Oena capensis  (Linnaeus, 1766) AF : widespread  
        O. c. capensis  (Linnaeus, 1766) Africa south of the Sahara, Socotra I., Arabia  
        O. c. aliena  Bangs, 1918 Madagascar  
Common Emerald Dove Chalcophaps indica  (Linnaeus, 1758) OR, AU : widespread  
        C. i. indica  (Linnaeus, 1758) India to s China , Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesian and w Papuan islands  
        C. i. robinsoni  Baker, ECS, 1928 Sri Lanka  
        C. i. maxima  Hartert, 1931 Andaman Is.  
        C. i. augusta  Bonaparte, 1855 Nicobar Is.  
        C. i. natalis  Lister, 1889 Christmas I. (Indian Ocean)  
        C. i. minima  Hartert, 1931 Numfor, Biak and Mios Num Is. ( off n New Guinea)  
Pacific Emerald Dove Chalcophaps longirostris  Gould, 1848 AU : Australasia AS : Chalcophaps longirostris is split from Chalcophaps indica (Rasmussen & Anderton 2005).
        C. l. timorensis  Bonaparte, 1856 e Lesser Sundas  
        C. l. longirostris  Gould, 1848 n Australia  
        C. l. rogersi  Mathews, 1912 e Australia, Lord Howe and Norfolk Is, New Guinea  TAX : Subspecific epithet chrysochlora suppressed. Forms formerly allocated to that taxon now divided between C. l. rogersi and C. l. timorensis (Schodde & Mason, 1997)
        C. l. sandwichensis  Ramsay, EP, 1878 Santa Cruz and Banks Is., Vanuatu, New Caledonia  
Stephan's Emerald Dove Chalcophaps stephani  Pucheran, 1853 AU : Sulawesi, New Guinea  
        C. s. wallacei  Brüggemann, 1877 Sulawesi and Sula Is.  
        C. s. stephani  Pucheran, 1853 Kai Is., Aru and w Papuan Is., New Guinea to Bismarck and D'Entrecasteaux Arch.  
        C. s. mortoni  Ramsay, EP, 1882 Bougainville and Solomon Islands  
New Guinea Bronzewing Henicophaps albifrons  Gray, GR, 1862 AU : New Guinea  
        H. a. albifrons  Gray, GR, 1862 w Papuan islands, New Guinea, Yapen I. (off nw New Guinea)  
        H. a. schlegeli  (Rosenberg, HKB, 1866) Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
New Britain Bronzewing Henicophaps foersteri  Rothschild & Hartert, 1906 AU : Bismarck Archipelago  
Common Bronzewing Phaps chalcoptera  (Latham, 1790) AU : Australia  
Brush Bronzewing Phaps elegans  (Temminck, 1809) AU : s, e Australia  
        P. e. occidentalis  Schodde, 1989 sw Australia  
        P. e. elegans  (Temminck, 1809) se Queensland to sc Australia, Tasmania  
Flock Bronzewing Phaps histrionica  (Gould, 1841) AU : Australia  
Crested Pigeon Ocyphaps lophotes  (Temminck, 1822) AU : Australia  
        O. l. whitlocki  Mathews, 1912 nw Australia  
        O. l. lophotes  (Temminck, 1822) ne, c, s and e Australia  
Spinifex Pigeon Geophaps plumifera  Gould, 1842 AU : Australia  
        G. p. ferruginea  (Gould, 1865) wc WesternAustralia  
        G. p. leucogaster  (Gould, 1867) n Western Australia, w Northern Territory  
        G. p. plumifera  Gould, 1842 c to ne Australia  
Squatter Pigeon Geophaps scripta  (Temminck, 1821) AU : ne Australia  
        G. s. peninsulae  White, HL, 1922 ne Queensland  
        G. s. scripta  (Temminck, 1821) c and s Queensland, nc New South Wales  
Partridge Pigeon Geophaps smithii  (Jardine & Selby, 1830) AU : n Australia  
        G. s. blaauwi  Mathews, 1912 Kimberley region (ne Western Australia)  
        G. s. smithii  (Jardine & Selby, 1830) ne Western Australia, n Northern Territory  
Thick-billed Ground Pigeon Trugon terrestris  Gray, GR, 1849 AU : New Guinea  
        T. t. leucopareia  (Meyer, AB, 1886) s New Guinea  
        T. t. mayri  Rothschild, 1931 nc New Guinea  
        T. t. terrestris  Gray, GR, 1849 nw New Guinea, Salawati I.  
Wonga Pigeon Leucosarcia melanoleuca  (Latham, 1801) AU : e Australia  
Chestnut-quilled Rock Pigeon Petrophassa rufipennis  Collett, 1898 AU : n Australia  
White-quilled Rock Pigeon Petrophassa albipennis  Gould, 1841 AU : n Australia  
        P. a. albipennis  Gould, 1841 n and ne Western Territory, w and nw Northern Territory  
        P. a. boothi  Goodwin, 1969 n Northern Territory  
Diamond Dove Geopelia cuneata  (Latham, 1801) AU : Australia  
Zebra Dove Geopelia striata  (Linnaeus, 1766) OR : Malay Peninsula , Sumatra, Java  
Peaceful Dove Geopelia placida  Gould, 1844 AU : New Guinea, Australia  
        G. p. papua  Rand, 1938 s New Guinea  
        G. p. placida  Gould, 1844 n and e Australia  
        G. p. clelandi  Mathews, 1912 n Western Territory  
Barred Dove Geopelia maugeus  (Temminck, 1809) AU : Lesser Sundas, se Moluccas  
Bar-shouldered Dove Geopelia humeralis  (Temminck, 1821) AU : sc, se New Guinea, n, e Australia  
        G. h. gregalis  Bangs & Peters, JL, 1926 s New Guinea  
        G. h. headlandi  Mathews, 1913 nc Western Australia  
        G. h. inexpectata  Mathews, 1912 n Australia, Cape York Pen.  
        G. h. humeralis  (Temminck, 1821) e Australia  
Passenger Pigeon Ectopistes migratorius † (Linnaeus, 1766) NA : sc and se Canada, c and e USA
Mourning Dove Zenaida macroura  (Linnaeus, 1758) NA, MA : widespread  
        Z. m. marginella  (Woodhouse, 1852) w British Columbia (Canada) to sc Mexico  
        Z. m. carolinensis  (Linnaeus, 1766) e USA, Bermuda, Bahama Is.  
        Z. m. macroura  (Linnaeus, 1758) Cuba, Hispaniola, Puerto Rico, Jamaica  
        Z. m. clarionensis  (Townsend, CH, 1890) Clarion Is. (off w Mexico)  
        Z. m. turturilla  (Wetmore, 1956) Costa Rica, w Panama  
Socorro Dove Zenaida graysoni  (Lawrence, 1871) MA : Socorro Island  
Eared Dove Zenaida auriculata  (Des Murs, 1847) SA : widespread  
        Z. a. caucae  Chapman, 1922 w Colombia  
        Z. a. antioquiae  Chapman, 1917 nc Colombia  
        Z. a. pentheria  Bonaparte, 1855 e Colombia, w Venezuela TAX : Z. a. pentheria Bonaparte 1855 replaces Z. a. ruficauda Bonaparte 1855 based on Hellmayr & Conover, 1942, H&M 4:63. 
        Z. a. vinaceorufa  Ridgway, 1884 Netherlands Antilles  
        Z. a. stenura  Bonaparte, 1855 Lesser Antilles, Trinidad, c Colombia to the Guianas and n Brazil TAX : Z. a. stenura Bonaparte, 1855 has precedence over Z. a. rubripes Lawrence, 1885 to which this form was formerly assigned. H&M 4: 63, Hellmayr & Conover, 1942.
        Z. a. jessieae  Ridgway, 1888 lower Amazon (Brazil)  
        Z. a. marajoensis  von Berlepsch, 1913 Amazon estuary (Brazil)  
        Z. a. noronha  Sharpe, 1890 ne Brazil, Fernando de Noronha Is. (Brazil)  
        Z. a. hypoleuca  Bonaparte, 1855 w Ecuador, w Peru  
        Z. a. 
chrysauchenia  Bertoni, W, 1901
Bolivia to c Brazil south to Tierra del Fuego TAX : Z. a. chrysauchenia Reichenbach, 1847 has precedence over Z. a. virgata Bertoni, W, 1901 to which this form was formerly assigned. H&M 4:63. Hellmayr & Conover, 1942. 
        Z. a. auriculata  (Des Murs, 1847) c Chile, wc Argentina  
Zenaida Dove Zenaida aurita  Reichenbach, 1847 NA : West Indies, also Yucatan Peninsula  
        Z. a. salvadorii  Ridgway, 1916 n Yucatan Pen., Cozumel, Holbox and Mujeres Is. (Mexico)  
        Z. a. zenaida  (Bonaparte, 1825) Bahamas, Greater Antilles, Virgin Is.  
        Z. a. aurita  (Temminck, 1809) Lesser Antilles  
Galapagos Dove Zenaida galapagoensis  Gould, 1841 SA : Galápagos Islands  
        Z. g. galapagoensis  Gould, 1841 Galapagos Islands except Culpepper and Wenman  
        Z. g. exsul  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1899) Culpepper and Wenman Is.  
White-winged Dove Zenaida asiatica  (Linnaeus, 1758) NA, MA : sw USA to Panama, also Greater Antilles  
        Z. a. mearnsi  (Ridgway, 1915) sw USA, w Mexico  
        Z. a. asiatica  (Linnaeus, 1758) s USA to Nicaragua, West Indies  
        Z. a. australis  (Peters, JL, 1913) W Costa Rica, w Panama  
West Peruvian Dove Zenaida meloda  (Tschudi, 1843) SA : Ecuador to n Chile  
Inca Dove Columbina inca  (Lesson, 1847) NA, MA : sw USA to Costa Rica  
Scaled Dove Columbina squammata  (Lesson, 1831) SA : n, e  
        C. s. ridgwayi  (Richmond, 1896) Colombia, Venezuela, Trinidad and Tobago, French Guiana  
        C. s. squammata  (Lesson, 1831) c and e Brazil to ne Argentina  
Common Ground Dove Columbina passerina  (Linnaeus, 1758) NA, LA : s USA to se Brazil  
        C. p. passerina  (Linnaeus, 1758) se USA  
        C. p. pallescens  (Baird, SF, 1860) sw USA to Guatemala and Belize  
        C. p. socorroensis  (Ridgway, 1887) Socorro I. (off w Mexico)  
        C. p. neglecta  (Carriker, 1910) Honduras to Panama  
        C. p. bahamensis  (Maynard, 1887) Bahamas, Bermuda  
        C. p. exigua  (Riley, 1905) Great Inagua I. (s Bahamas) and Mona I. (Puerto Rico)  
        C. p. insularis  (Ridgway, 1888) Cuba, Hispaniola, Cayman Is.  
        C. p. jamaicensis  (Maynard, 1899) Jamaica  
        C. p. navassae  (Wetmore, 1930) Navassa I. (off sw Hispaniola)  
        C. p. portoricensis  (Lowe, 1908) Puerto Rico (except Mona I.), Virgin Is. (except St. Croix)  
        C. p. nigrirostris  (Danforth, 1935) St. Croix, n Lesser Antilles  
        C. p. trochila  (Bonaparte, 1855) Martinique (Lesser Antilles)  
        C. p. antillarum  (Lowe, 1908) s Lesser Antilles  
        C. p. albivitta  (Bonaparte, 1855) n Colombia, n Venezuela, Netherlands Antilles, Trinidad  
        C. p. parvula  (Todd, 1913) c Colombia  
        C. p. nana  (Todd, 1913) w Colombia  
        C. p. quitensis  (Todd, 1913) c Ecuador  
        C. p. griseola  von Spix, 1825 s Venezuela to the Guianas and e Brazil  
Plain-breasted Ground Dove Columbina minuta  (Linnaeus, 1766) LA : widespread  
        C. m. interrupta  (Griscom, 1929) s Mexico to Belize, Guatemala, and Nicaragua  
        C. m. elaeodes  (Todd, 1913) Costa Rica to wc Colombia  
        C. m. minuta  (Linnaeus, 1766) e Colombia and Venezuela through the Guianas to s Brazil and ne Argentina  
        C. m. amazilia  (Bonaparte, 1855) sw Ecuador, nw Peru  
Ecuadorian Ground Dove Columbina buckleyi  (Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1877) SA : Ecuador, nw Peru  
        C. b. buckleyi  (Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1877) nw Ecuador to nw Peru  
        C. b. dorsti  (Koepcke, 1962) Mara?onValley (nw Peru)  
Ruddy Ground Dove Columbina talpacoti  (Temminck, 1810) LA : widespread  
        C. t. eluta  (Bangs, 1901) w Mexico  
        C. t. rufipennis  (Bonaparte, 1855) se Mexico to n Colombia and n Venezuela, Trinidad and Tobago  
        C. t. caucae  (Chapman, 1915) w Colombia  
        C. t. talpacoti  (Temminck, 1810) e Ecuador and Peru to the Guianas, Brazil and c Argentina  
Picui Ground Dove Columbina picui  (Temminck, 1813) SA : ne Brazil to c Chile and s Argentina  
        C. p. strepitans  von Spix, 1825 ne Brazil  
        C. p. picui  (Temminck, 1813) Bolivia and s Brazil to c Chile and s Argentina  
Croaking Ground Dove Columbina cruziana  (Prévost, 1842) SA : n Ecuador to n Chile  
Blue-eyed Ground Dove Columbina cyanopis  (Pelzeln, 1870) SA : sc Brazil  
Blue Ground Dove Claravis pretiosa  (Ferrari-Pérez, 1886) LA : e Mexico to n Argentina and se Brazil  
Purple-winged Ground Dove Claravis geoffroyi  (Temminck, 1811) SA : se Brazil, e Paraguay and ne Argentina TAX : Correct species name of Purple-winged Ground Dove is geoffroyi, not godefrida (David et al 2010, SACC 477)
Maroon-chested Ground Dove Claravis mondetoura  (Bonaparte, 1856) LA : se Mexico to wc Bolivia  
        C. m. inca  van Rossem, 1934 Peru, wc Bolivia  
        C. m. mondetoura  (Bonaparte, 1856) e Ecuador, Colombia, nw and n Venezuela  
        C. m. ochoterena  van Rossem, 1934 se Mexico  
        C. m. pulchra  Griscom, 1930 w Panama  
        C. m. salvini  Griscom, 1930 Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras  
        C. m. umbrina  Griscom, 1930 Costa Rica  
Bare-faced Ground Dove Metriopelia ceciliae  (Lesson, 1845) SA : Peru to n Chile  
        M. c. ceciliae  (Lesson, 1845) w Peru  
        M. c. obsoleta  (Zimmer, 1924) n Peru  
        M. c. zimmeri  Peters, JL, 1937 s Peru to n Chile, Bolivia, and nw Argentina  
Moreno's Ground Dove Metriopelia morenoi  (Sharpe, 1902) SA : nw Argentina  
Black-winged Ground Dove Metriopelia melanoptera  (Molina, 1782) SA : Colombia to s Chile  
        M. m. saturatior  Chubb, 1918 sw Colombia, Ecuador  
        M. m. melanoptera  (Molina, 1782) Peru to Chile and s Argentina  
Golden-spotted Ground Dove Metriopelia aymara  (Prévost, 1840) SA : sc Peru to n Chile  
Long-tailed Ground Dove Uropelia campestris  (von Spix, 1825) SA : Brazil, Bolivia  
        U. c. campestris  (von Spix, 1825) nc and c Brazil  
        U. c. figginsi  Oberholser, 1931 wc Brazil, n and e Bolivia  
White-tipped Dove Leptotila verreauxi  Bonaparte, 1855 LA : widespread  
        L. v. capitalis  Nelson, 1898 Tres Marias Is. (off w Mexico)  
        L. v. angelica  Bangs & Penard, TE, 1922 s Texas (USA), n and c Mexico  
        L. v. fulviventris  Lawrence, 1882 se Mexico to Belize and ne Guatemala  
        L. v. bangsi  Dickey & van Rossem, 1926 w Guatemala to w Nicaragua and w Honduras  
        L. v. nuttingi  Ridgway, 1915 Lake Nicaragua  
        L. v. verreauxi  Bonaparte, 1855 sw Nicaragua and Costa Rica to n Venezuela, Netherlands Antilles  
        L. v. zapluta  Peters, JL, 1937 Trinidad  
        L. v. tobagensis  Hellmayr & Seilern, 1915 Tobago  
        L. v. hernandezi  Romero-Zambrano & Morales-Sanchez, 1981 sw Colombia  
        L. v. decolor  Salvin, 1895 w Colombia to w and n Peru  
        L. v. brasiliensis  (Bonaparte, 1856) the Guianas, n Brazil  
        L. v. approximans  Cory, 1917 ne Brazil  
        L. v. decipiens  (Salvadori, 1871) e Peru and Bolivia, w Brazil  
        L. v. chalcauchenia  Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1870 s Bolivia to Uruguay and nc Argentina  
Yungas Dove Leptotila megalura  Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1879 SA : Bolivia, nw Argentina  
Grey-fronted Dove Leptotila rufaxilla  (Richard & Bernard, 1792) SA : Colombia to ne Argentina  
        L. r. pallidipectus  Chapman, 1915 e Colombia, w Venezuela  
        L. r. dubusi  Bonaparte, 1855 se Colombia to e Peru, nw Brazil and s Venezuela  
        L. r. rufaxilla  (Richard & Bernard, 1792) e Venezuela, the Guianas, n Brazil  
        L. r. hellmayri  Chapman, 1915 ne Venezuela, Trinidad  
        L. r. bahiae  von Berlepsch, 1885 c Brazil  
        L. r. reichenbachii  Pelzeln, 1870 sc and s Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and ne Argentina  
Grey-headed Dove Leptotila plumbeiceps  Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1868 LA : e Mexico to w Colombia  
        L. p. plumbeiceps  Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1868 se Mexico to w Costa Rica and w Colombia  
        L. p. notia  Peters, JL, 1931 w Panama  
Pallid Dove Leptotila pallida  von Berlepsch & Taczanowski, 1884 SA : Colombia, Ecuador  
Azuero Dove Leptotila battyi  Rothschild, 1901 MA : Panama AS : Leptotila battyi is split from L. plumbeiceps (Sibley and Monroe 1990); BLI accepts, AOU does not
        L. b. malae  Griscom, 1927 Pacific slope of Panama, Cebaco I. ( off w Panama)  
        L. b. battyi  Rothschild, 1901 Coiba I. (off sc Panama)  
Grenada Dove Leptotila wellsi  (Lawrence, 1884) NA : Grenada  
Caribbean Dove Leptotila jamaicensis  (Linnaeus, 1766) NA, MA : Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Yucatan Peninsula  
        L. j. collaris  (Cory, 1886) Cayman Is.  
        L. j. gaumeri  (Lawrence, 1885) n Yucatan, Mujeres, Holbox and Cozumel Is. (Mexico), islands off Honduras  
        L. j. jamaicensis  (Linnaeus, 1766) Jamaica  
        L. j. neoxena  (Cory, 1887) San Andrés I. (off e Nicaragua)  
Grey-chested Dove Leptotila cassinii  Lawrence, 1867 LA : Guatemala to n Colombia  
        L. c. cerviniventris  Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1868 e Guatemala to w Panama  
        L. c. rufinucha  Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1873 sw Costa Rica, nw Panama  
        L. c. cassinii  Lawrence, 1867 Panama to n Colombia  
Ochre-bellied Dove Leptotila ochraceiventris  Chapman, 1914 SA : Ecuador, Peru  
Tolima Dove Leptotila conoveri  Bond & Meyer de Schauensee, 1943 SA : Colombia  
Purplish-backed Quail-Dove Geotrygon lawrencii  Salvin, 1874 MA : Costa Rica, Panama  
Tuxtla Quail-Dove Geotrygon carrikeri  (Wetmore, 1941) MA : se Mexico  
Buff-fronted Quail-Dove Geotrygon costaricensis  Lawrence, 1868 MA : Costa Rica, Panama  
Russet-crowned Quail-Dove Geotrygon goldmani  Nelson, 1912 LA : e Panama, nw Colombia  
        G. g. oreas  Wetmore, 1950 e Panama  
        G. g. goldmani  Nelson, 1912 Darién (Panama), nw Colombia  
Sapphire Quail-Dove Geotrygon saphirina  Bonaparte, 1855 SA : Colombia to se Peru  
        G. s. saphirina  Bonaparte, 1855 e Ecuador to se Peru, w Brazil and n Bolivia  
        G. s. rothschildi  (Stolzmann, 1926) Marcapata valley (se Peru)  
Olive-backed Quail-Dove Geotrygon veraguensis  Lawrence, 1866 LA : Costa Rica to nw Ecuador  
Indigo-crowned Quail-Dove Geotrygon purpurata  (Salvin, 1878) SA : nw Colombia to nw Ecuador AS : Geotrygon purpurata is split from G. sapharina (Ridgely & Greenfield 2001); SACC 105 awaits published data
Grey-fronted Quail-Dove Geotrygon caniceps  (Gundlach, 1852) NA : Cuba  
White-fronted Quail-Dove Geotrygon leucometopia  (Chapman, 1917) NA : Dominican Republic  
Crested Quail-Dove Geotrygon versicolor  (Lafresnaye, 1846) NA : Jamaica  
White-faced Quail-Dove Geotrygon albifacies  Sclater, PL, 1858 MA : e Mexico to Nicaragua  
Chiriqui Quail-Dove Geotrygon chiriquensis  Sclater, PL, 1856 MA : Costa Rica, Panama  
Lined Quail-Dove Geotrygon linearis  (Prévost, 1843) SA : c Colombia to ne Venezuelan  
White-throated Quail-Dove Geotrygon frenata  (Tschudi, 1843) SA : w Colombia to nw Argentina  
        G. f. bourcieri  Bonaparte, 1855 w Colombia, w Ecuador  
        G. f. erythropareia  Salvadori, 1893 e Ecuador  
        G. f. frenata  (Tschudi, 1843) n Peru to c Bolivia  
        G. f. margaritae  Blake, Hoy, G & Contino, 1961 s Bolivia to nw Argentina  
Key West Quail-Dove Geotrygon chrysia  Bonaparte, 1855 NA : West Indies  
Bridled Quail-Dove Geotrygon mystacea  (Temminck, 1811) NA : Lesser Antilles  
Violaceous Quail-Dove Geotrygon violacea  (Temminck, 1809) LA : Nicaragua to Venezuela, e, c SA  
        G. v. albiventer  Lawrence, 1865 Nicaragua to n Colombia and Venezuela  
        G. v. violacea  (Temminck, 1809) Suriname to e Brazil, Paraguay and ne Argentina  
Ruddy Quail-Dove Geotrygon montana  (Linnaeus, 1758) LA : widespread PHY,SEQ : Ruddy Quail-Dove Geotrygon montana is by itself and basal to the Leptoptila/Zenaida clade; separate to another genus (Fjelds? 5/2010)
        G. m. martinica  (Linnaeus, 1766) Lesser Antilles Is.  
        G. m. montana  (Linnaeus, 1758) Mexico to ne Argentina, Greater Antilles, Trinidad  
Blue-headed Quail-Dove Starnoenas cyanocephala  (Linnaeus, 1758) NA : Cuba  
Nicobar Pigeon Caloenas nicobarica  (Linnaeus, 1758) OR, AU : Andaman Islands to Philippines and Solomon Islands  
        C. n. nicobarica  (Linnaeus, 1758) Andaman and Nicobar Is., Malay Arch. to New Guinea, Philippines and Soloman Is.  
        C. n. pelewensis  Finsch, 1875 Palau Is.  
Spotted Green Pigeon Caloenas maculata † (Gmelin, JF, 1789) PO : Unknown s Pacific island? EXT : Also known as “Liverpool Pigeon“ after the museum in which the only extant specimen is housed. Spotted Green Pigeion is the English name given to this species by its first describer, John Latham, and is the name used by the Liverpool Museum itself.
Luzon Bleeding-heart Gallicolumba luzonica  (Scopoli, 1786) OR : Philippines  
        G. l. griseolateralis  Parkes, 1962 n Luzon  
        G. l. luzonica  (Scopoli, 1786) c and s Luzon  
        G. l. rubiventris  Gonzales, 1979 Catanduanes  
Mindanao Bleeding-heart Gallicolumba crinigera  (Pucheran, 1853) OR : Philippines  
        G. c. leytensis  (Hartert, 1918) Samar, Leyte, Bohol  
        G. c. crinigera  (Pucheran, 1853) Mindanao, Dinagat  
        G. c. bartletti  (Sclater, PL, 1864) Basilan  
Mindoro Bleeding-heart Gallicolumba platenae  (Salvadori, 1893) OR : Philippines  
Negros Bleeding-heart Gallicolumba keayi  (Clarke, WE, 1900) OR : Philippines  
Sulu Bleeding-heart Gallicolumba menagei  (Bourns & Worcester, 1894) OR : Philippines  
Cinnamon Ground Dove Gallicolumba rufigula  (Pucheran, 1853) AU : New Guinea  
        G. r. rufigula  (Pucheran, 1853) w Papuan islands  
        G. r. helviventris  (Rosenberg, HKB, 1866) Aru Is., s New Guinea  
        G. r. septentrionalis  Rand, 1941 n New Guinea  
        G. r. orientalis  Rand, 1941 se New Guinea  
        G. r. alaris  Rand, 1941 s New Guinea  
Sulawesi Ground Dove Gallicolumba tristigmata  (Bonaparte, 1855) AU : Sulawesi  
        G. t. tristigmata  (Bonaparte, 1855) n and nc Sulawesi  
        G. t. auripectus  Stresemann, 1941 sc and se Sulawesi  
        G. t. bimaculata  (Salvadori, 1892) s Sulawesi  
Wetar Ground Dove Gallicolumba hoedtii  (Schlegel, 1871) AU : Lesser Sundas  
White-breasted Ground Dove Gallicolumba jobiensis  (Meyer, AB, 1875) AU : New Guinea, Bismarck Archipelago, Solomon Islands ENG : Change English name of Gallicolumba jobiensis to White-breasted Ground Dove (Gregory 2009)
        G. j. jobiensis  (Meyer, AB, 1875) New Guinea, Bismarck Arch., D'Entrecasteaux Arch.  
        G. j. chalconota  Mayr, 1935 Vella Lavella and Guadalcanal (c and s Solomon Is.)  
White-fronted Ground Dove Gallicolumba kubaryi  (Finsch, 1880) PO : Caroline Islands  
Polynesian Ground Dove Gallicolumba erythroptera  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) PO : Tuamotu Archipelago  
  G. e. erythroptera (Gmelin, JF, 1789)

n, s Tuamotu Islands

 
  G. e. albicollis † (Salvadori, 1892) c Tuamotu Islands EXT : Hume & Walters 2012
White-throated Ground Dove Gallicolumba xanthonura  (Temminck, 1823) PO : Mariana Islands, Caroline Islands  
Tongan Ground Dove Gallicolumba stairi  (Gray, GR, 1856) PO : cs Polynesia  
Santa Cruz Ground Dove Gallicolumba sanctaecrucis  Mayr, 1935 AU : Santa Cruz Islands, Vanuatu  
Tanna Ground Dove Gallicolumba ferruginea † (Forster, JR, 1844) PO : Tanna Is. (Vanuatu)
Thick-billed Ground Dove Gallicolumba salamonis † (Ramsay, EP, 1882) AU : Solomon Islands
Marquesan Ground Dove Gallicolumba rubescens  (Vieillot, 1818) PO : Marquesas Islands  
Bronze Ground Dove Gallicolumba beccarii  (Salvadori, 1876) AU : New Guinea, Bismarck Archipelago, Solomon Islands  
        G. b. beccarii  (Salvadori, 1876) New Guinea  
        G. b. johannae  (Sclater, PL, 1877) Karkar I., Nissan I., Bismarck Arch.  
        G. b. eichhorni  Hartert, 1924 St.Matthias Is. (Bismarck Arch.)  
        G. b. admiralitatis  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1914) Admiralty Is. (Bismarck Arch.)  
        G. b. intermedia  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1905) w Solomon Is.  
        G. b. solomonensis  (Ogilvie-Grant, 1888) e Solomon Is.  
Palau Ground Dove Gallicolumba canifrons  (Hartlaub & Finsch, 1872) PO : Palau Islands  
Norfolk Ground Dove Gallicolumba norfolciensis † Latham, 1801 AU : Norfolk I. EXT : Higgins & Davies, 1996
Choiseul Pigeon Microgoura meeki †  Rothschild, 1904 AU : Choiseul I. (nw Solomon Is.)
Pheasant Pigeon Otidiphaps nobilis  Gould, 1870 AU : New Guinea  
        O. n. aruensis  Rothschild, 1928 Aru Is. (New Guinea)  
        O. n. nobilis  Gould, 1870 w New Guinea, Batanta and Waigeo Is.  
        O. n. cervicalis  Ramsay, EP, 1880 e and se New Guinea  
        O. n. insularis  Salvin & Godman, 1883 Fergusson I. (D'Entrecasteaux Arch.)  
Western Crowned Pigeon Goura cristata  (Pallas, 1764) AU : w New Guinea  
        G. c. cristata  (Pallas, 1764) nw New Guinea  
        G. c. minor  Schlegel, 1864 w Papuan islands  
        G. c. pygmaea  Mees, 1965 Misool I.  
Southern Crowned Pigeon Goura scheepmakeri  Finsch, 1876 AU : s, se New Guinea  
        G. s. sclaterii  Salvadori, 1876 s New Guinea  
        G. s. scheepmakeri  Finsch, 1876 se New Guinea  
Victoria Crowned Pigeon Goura victoria  (Fraser, 1844) AU : n New Guinea  
        G. v. victoria  (Fraser, 1844) Yapen and Biak Is. (off n New Guinea)  
        G. v. beccarii  Salvadori, 1876 n New Guinea  
Dodo Raphus cucullatus † (Linnaeus, 1758) IO : Mauritius I.
Rodrigues Solitaire Pezophaps solitaria † (Gmelin, JF, 1789) IO : Rodrigues I.
Tooth-billed Pigeon Didunculus strigirostris  (Jardine, 1845) PO : w Samoa  
White-eared Brown Dove Phapitreron leucotis  (Temminck, 1823) OR : Philippines  
        P. l. leucotis  (Temminck, 1823) Catanduanes, Luzon, Mindoro  
        P. l. nigrorum  (Sharpe, 1877) w Visayas  
        P. l. brevirostris  (Tweeddale, 1877) e Visayas, Mindanao  
        P. l. occipitalis  (Salvadori, 1893) Basilan, Sula Is.  
Amethyst Brown Dove Phapitreron amethystinus  Bonaparte, 1855 OR : Philippines  
        P. a. amethystinus  Bonaparte, 1855 n, e and se Philippines  
        P. a. imeldae  De la Paz, 1976 Marinduque (nc Philippines)  
        P. a. maculipectus  (Bourns & Worcester, 1894) Negros (ec Philippines)  
        P. a. frontalis 
†  (Bourns & Worcester, 1894)
Cebu (c Philippines)  
Tawitawi Brown Dove Phapitreron cinereiceps  (Bourns & Worcester, 1894) OR : se Philippines on Tawitawi Is ENG : Change English name of Phapitreron cinereiceps from Dark-eared Brown Dove to Tawitawi Brown Dove to follow BLI;with split of P.brunneiceps
Mindanao Brown Dove Phapitreron brunneiceps  (Bourns & Worcester, 1894) OR : se Philippines on Mindanao and Basilan. AS : Phapitreron brunneiceps is split from P.cinereiceps (Collar et al. 1999, BLI)
Cinnamon-headed Green Pigeon Treron fulvicollis  (Wagler, 1827) OR : Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Borneo  
        T. f. fulvicollis  (Wagler, 1827) Malay Pen. to Sumatra  
        T. f. melopogenys  (Oberholser, 1912) Nias and Siberut Is. (off w Sumatra)  
        T. f. oberholseri  Chasen, 1935 Natuna Is. (off nw Sumatra)  
        T. f. baramensis  Meyer, AB, 1891 n Borneo and nearby islands  
Little Green Pigeon Treron olax  (Temminck, 1823) OR : Malay Peninsula, Greater Sundas  
Pink-necked Green Pigeon Treron vernans  (Linnaeus, 1771) OR : Southeast Asia to Philippines, also Sulawesi  
Orange-breasted Green Pigeon Treron bicinctus  (Jerdon, 1840) OR : widespread  
        T. b. leggei  Hartert, 1910 Sri Lanka  
        T. b. bicinctus  (Jerdon, 1840) India to se Asia  
        T. b. domvilii  (Swinhoe, 1870) Hainan I. (off se China)  
        T. b. javanus  Robinson & Kloss, 1923 Java, Bali  
Sri Lanka Green Pigeon Treron pompadora  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) OR : Sri Lanka ENG : Change English name of Treron pompadora from Pompadour Green Pigeon to Sri Lanka Green Pigeon, with split of multiple species.
Grey-fronted Green Pigeon Treron affinis  (Jerdon, 1840) OR : sw India AS : Treron affinis is split from Treron pompadora (Rasmussen & Anderton 2005).
Ashy-headed Green Pigeon Treron phayrei  (Blyth, 1862) OR : se Asia, s China, w Indonesia? AS : Treron phayrei is split from Treron pompadora (Rasmussen & Anderton 2005).
        T. p. conoveri  Rand & Fleming, RL, 1953 Nepal  
        T. p. phayrei  (Blyth, 1862) ne India through Burma to sw China and s Indochina  
Andaman Green Pigeon Treron chloropterus  Blyth, 1845 OR : Andaman and Nicobar Islands AS : Treron chloropterus is split from Treron pompadora (Gibbs et al. 2001, Rasmussen & Anderton 2005).
Philippine Green Pigeon Treron axillaris  (Bonaparte, 1855) OR : Philippines AS : Treron axillaris is split from Treron pompadora (Rasmussen & Anderton 2005).
        T. a. amadoni  Parkes, 1965 n Luzon  
        T. a. axillaris  (Bonaparte, 1855) s Luzon, Polillo, Catanduanes, Mindoro, Lubang, Alabat  
        T. a. canescens  Parkes, 1965 w and e Visayas, Mindanao, Basilan (e Philippines)  
        T. a. everetti  (Rothschild, 1894) Sulu Arch.  
Buru Green Pigeon Treron aromaticus  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) OR : Buru Is. AS : Treron aromaticus is split from Treron pompadora (Gibbs et al. 2001, Rasmussen & Anderton 2005).
Thick-billed Green Pigeon Treron curvirostra  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) OR : widespread  
        T. c. nipalensis  (Hodgson, 1836) c Nepal and ne India through Burma to s Indochina  
        T. c. hainanus  Hartert & Goodson, 1918 Hainan I. (off se China)  
        T. c. curvirostra  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) Malay Pen., Sumatra  
        T. c. haliplous  Oberholser, 1912 Simeulue I. (off nw Sumatra)  
        T. c. pegus  Oberholser, 1912 Nias I. (off w Sumatra)  
        T. c. smicrus  Oberholser, 1912 Sipora, Siberut and Batu Is. (off w Sumatra)  
        T. c. hypothapsinus  Oberholser, 1912 Enggano I. (off sw Sumatra)  
        T. c. nasica  Schlegel, 1863 Borneo  
        T. c. erimacrus  Oberholser, 1924 Balabac, Palawan, Mindoro (Philippines)  
Grey-cheeked Green Pigeon Treron griseicauda  Bonaparte, 1855 OR, AU : Java, Sulawesi  
        T. g. sangirensis  Brüggemann, 1876 Sangihe Is. (off ne Sulawesi)  
        T. g. wallacei  (Salvadori, 1893) Sulawesi, Banggai and Sulu Arch.  
        T. g. vordermani  Finsch, 1901 Kangean Is. (Java Sea)  
        T. g. pallidior  (Hartert, 1896) Kalao, Kalaotoa, Tanahjampea (between Sulawesi and Flores)  
        T. g. griseicauda  Bonaparte, 1855 Java, Bali  
Sumba Green Pigeon Treron teysmannii  Schlegel, 1879 AU : Lesser Sundas  
Flores Green Pigeon Treron floris  Wallace, 1864 AU : Lesser Sundas  
Timor Green Pigeon Treron psittaceus  (Temminck, 1808) AU : Lesser Sundas  
Large Green Pigeon Treron capellei  (Temminck, 1822) OR : Malay Peninsula, Greater Sundas  
        T. c. magnirostris  Strickland, 1844 Malay Pen., Sumatra, Borneo  
        T. c. capellei  (Temminck, 1822) Java  
Yellow-footed Green Pigeon Treron phoenicopterus  (Latham, 1790) OR : India to Southeast Asia  
        T. p. phoenicopterus  (Latham, 1790) e Pakistan and n India to Bangladesh and ne India  
        T. p. chlorigaster  (Blyth, 1843) c and s India  
        T. p. phillipsi  Ripley, 1949 Sri Lanka  
        T. p. viridifrons  Blyth, 1846 sw China to Burma and nw Thailand  
        T. p. annamensis  (Ogilvie-Grant, 1909) e Thailand, s Laos, s Vietnam  
Bruce's Green Pigeon Treron waalia  (Meyer, FAA, 1793) AF : Senegal and Gambia to Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia and Uganda, also sw Arabian Peninsula  
Madagascan Green Pigeon Treron australis  (Linnaeus, 1771) AF : Madagascar  
        T. a. xenius  Salomonsen, 1934 w Madagascar  
        T. a. australis  (Linnaeus, 1771) e Madagascar  
Comoros Green Pigeon Treron griveaudi  Benson, 1960 AF : Comoros  
African Green Pigeon Treron calvus  (Temminck, 1811) AF : widespread  
        T. c. nudirostris  (Swainson, 1837) Senegal to Guinea  
        T. c. sharpei  (Reichenow, 1902) Sierra Leone to n Cameroon  
        T. c. calvus  (Temminck, 1811) e Nigeria to c Angola and e and s DR Congo  
        T. c. poensis  Hartert & Goodson, 1918 Bioko I. (Gulf of Guinea)  
        T. c. virescens  Amadon, 1953 São Tomé and Principe Is. (Gulf of Guinea)  
        T. c. uellensis  (Reichenow, 1912) n DR Congo to s Sudan and sw Ethiopia  
        T. c. gibberifrons  (Madarász, 1915) s Sudan to the Lake Victoria basin  
        T. c. brevicera  Hartert & Goodson, 1918 s Ethiopia to n Tanzania  
        T. c. wakefieldii  Sharpe, 1874 coastal Kenya to ne Tanzania  
        T. c. granti  (van Someren, 1919) e Tanzania  
        T. c. salvadorii  (Dubois, AJC, 1897) se DR Congo to w Tanzania and Mozambique  
        T. c. ansorgei  Hartert & Goodson, 1918 w Angola  
        T. c. schalowi  Reichenow, 1880 e Angola to ne Namibia, n Botswana and w Zimbabwe  
        T. c. vylderi  Gyldenstolpe, 1924 nw Namibia  
        T. c. delalandii  (Bonaparte, 1854) se Tanzania to South Africa  
Pemba Green Pigeon Treron pembaensis  Pakenham, 1940 AF : Pemba Island  
Sao Tome Green Pigeon Treron sanctithomae  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) AF : São Tomé  
Pin-tailed Green Pigeon Treron apicauda  Blyth, 1846 OR : n India to Southeast Asia  
        T. a. apicauda  Blyth, 1846 Himalayas to sw China and Burma  
        T. a. laotianus  (Delacour, 1926) s China, n Vietnam, n Laos  
        T. a. lowei  (Delacour & Jabouille, 1924) Thailand, c Laos  
Sumatran Green Pigeon Treron oxyurus  (Temminck, 1823) OR : Sumatra, w Java  
Yellow-vented Green Pigeon Treron seimundi  (Robinson, 1910) OR : Southeast Asia  
        T. s. modestus  (Delacour, 1926) Laos, Vietnam  
        T. s. seimundi  (Robinson, 1910) sc Malay Pen.  
Wedge-tailed Green Pigeon Treron sphenurus  (Vigors, 1832) OR : n India to Java  
        T. s. sphenurus  (Vigors, 1832) Himalayas to Burma, n Thailand, n Laos and s China  
        T. s. delacouri  Biswas, 1950 c Vietnam  
        T. s. robinsoni  (Ogilvie-Grant, 1906) w Malaysia  
        T. s. etorques  (Salvadori, 1879) Sumatra  
        T. s. korthalsi  (Bonaparte, 1855) Java, Bali, Lombok  
White-bellied Green Pigeon Treron sieboldii  (Temminck, 1835) EU, OR : Japan to Southeast Asia  
        T. s. sieboldii  (Temminck, 1835) Japan, e China  
        T. s. fopingensis  Cheng, Tan & Sung, 1973 e Sichuan and s Shaanxi (c China)  
        T. s. sororius  (Swinhoe, 1866) Taiwan  
        T. s. murielae  (Delacour, 1927) sc China, n and c Vietnam, n Thailand  
Whistling Green Pigeon Treron formosae  Swinhoe, 1863 EU, OR : islands s of Japan to Philippines  
        T. f. permagnus  Stejneger, 1887 n Ryukyu Is. (Japan)  
        T. f. medioximus  (Bangs, 1901) s Ryukyu Is. (Japan)  
        T. f. formosae  Swinhoe, 1863 Taiwan  
        T. f. filipinus  Hachisuka, 1952 n Philippine Is., Botel Tobago  
Banded Fruit Dove Ptilinopus cinctus  (Temminck, 1809) AU : Bali, Lesser Sundas TAX, ENG : Change English name to Black-backed Fruit Dove as in HBW?
        P. c. baliensis  Hartert, 1896 Bali  
        P. c. albocinctus  Wallace, 1864 Lombok, Sumbawa and Flores (Lesser Sundas)  
        P. c. everetti  Rothschild, 1898 Pantar and Alor (Lesser Sundas)  
        P. c. cinctus  (Temminck, 1809) Timor, Wetar and Romang (Lesser Sundas)  
        P. c. lettiensis  Schlegel, 1871 Leti, Moa, Luang, Sermata and Teun Is. (Lesser Sundas)  
        P. c. ottonis  Hartert, 1904 Damar, Babar and Nila Is. (Lesser Sundas)  
Black-banded Fruit Dove Ptilinopus alligator  Collett, 1898 AU : n Australia AS : Black-banded Fruit Dove P. alligator split from Banded Fruit Dove as by HBW4 and others (see Christidis & Boles 2008).
Red-naped Fruit Dove Ptilinopus dohertyi  Rothschild, 1896 AU : Lesser Sundas  
Pink-headed Fruit Dove Ptilinopus porphyreus  (Temminck, 1822) OR : Sumatra, Java  
Flame-breasted Fruit Dove Ptilinopus marchei  Oustalet, 1880 OR : Philippines  
Cream-breasted Fruit Dove Ptilinopus merrilli  (McGregor, 1916) OR : Philippines  
        P. m. faustinoi  (Manuel, 1936) n Luzon  
        P. m. merrilli  (McGregor, 1916) s Luzon, Catanduanes and Polillo  
Yellow-breasted Fruit Dove Ptilinopus occipitalis  Gray, GR, 1844 OR : Philippines  
        P. o. occipitalis  Gray, GR, 1844 n and c Philippines  
        P. o. incognitus  Tweeddale, 1877 Mindanao (se Philippines)  
Red-eared Fruit Dove Ptilinopus fischeri  Brüggemann, 1876 AU : Sulawesi  
        P. f. fischeri  Brüggemann, 1876 n Sulawesi  
        P. f. centralis  Meyer, AB, 1903 c and se Sulawesi  
        P. f. meridionalis  (Meyer, AB & Wiglesworth, 1893) sw Sulawesi  
Jambu Fruit Dove Ptilinopus jambu  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) OR : Malay Peninsula, Greater Sundas  
Banggai Fruit Dove Ptilinopus subgularis  Meyer, AB & Wiglesworth, 1896 AU : Banggai Is ENG : Change English name of Ptilinopus subgularis to Banggai Fruit Dove with splits of Oberholser‘s Fruit Dove and Sula Fruit Dove (Rheindt et al 2011)
Oberholser's Fruit Dove Ptilinopus epius  (Oberholser, 1918) AU : Sulawesi AS : Oberholser‘s Fruit Pigeon is split from Maroon-chinned Fruit Dove (Banggai) Fruit Dove P. subgularis (Rheindt et al 2011)
Sula Fruit Dove Ptilinopus mangoliensis  Rothschild, 1898 AU : Sula Is AS : Sula Fruit Pigeon is split from Maroon-chinned Fruit Dove (Banggai) Fruit Dove P. subgularis (Rheindt et al 2011)
Black-chinned Fruit Dove Ptilinopus leclancheri  (Bonaparte, 1855) OR : Philippines and Taiwan  
        P. l. taiwanus  Ripley, 1962 Taiwan  
        P. l. longialis  (Manuel, 1936) Lanyu I. (off of s Taiwan), Philippines n of Luzon  
        P. l. leclancheri  (Bonaparte, 1855) Philippines except northern and Palawan group  
        P. l. gironieri  (Verreaux, J & Des Murs, 1862) Palawan and nearby islands  
Scarlet-breasted Fruit Dove Ptilinopus bernsteinii  Schlegel, 1863 AU : Moluccas  
        P. b. micrus  (Jany, 1955) Obi I. (nc Moluccas)  
        P. b. bernsteinii  Schlegel, 1863 Halmahera, Ternate and Bacan (n Moluccas)  
Wompoo Fruit Dove Ptilinopus magnificus  (Temminck, 1821) AU : New Guinea, e Australia  
        P. m. puella  (Lesson & Garnot, 1827) w Papua islands, Vogelkop (nw New Guinea)  
        P. m. interpositus  (Hartert, 1930) w New Guinea  
        P. m. septentrionalis  (Meyer, AB, 1893) n New Guinea and islands  
        P. m. poliurus  (Salvadori, 1878) se New Guinea  
        P. m. assimilis  (Gould, 1850) Cape York Pen. (ne Australia)  
        P. m. keri  (Mathews, 1912) ne Queensland (ne Australia)  
        P. m. magnificus  (Temminck, 1821) s Queensland, n New South Wales (e Australia)  
Pink-spotted Fruit Dove Ptilinopus perlatus  (Temminck, 1835) AU : New Guinea  
        P. p. perlatus  (Temminck, 1835) west Papua islands, nw New Guinea  
        P. p. plumbeicollis  Meyer, AB, 1890 nc and ne New Guinea  
        P. p. zonurus  Salvadori, 1876 s New Guinea, Aru Is., D'Entrecasteaux Arch.  
Ornate Fruit Dove Ptilinopus ornatus  Schlegel, 1871 AU : New Guinea  
        P. o. ornatus  Schlegel, 1871 nw New Guinea  
        P. o. gestroi  d'Albertis & Salvadori, 1875 c and e New Guinea  
Tanna Fruit Dove Ptilinopus tannensis  (Latham, 1790) AU : Vanuatu  
Orange-fronted Fruit Dove Ptilinopus aurantiifrons  Gray, GR, 1858 AU : New Guinea  
Wallace's Fruit Dove Ptilinopus wallacii  Gray, GR, 1858 AU : sw New Guinea, s Moluccas, Lesser Sundas  
Superb Fruit Dove Ptilinopus superbus  (Temminck, 1809) AU : Sulawesi to Solomon Islands and ne Australia  
        P. s. temminckii  (Des Murs & Prévost, 1849) Sulawesi  
        P. s. superbus  (Temminck, 1809) Moluccas, New Guinea, Bismarck Arch., Solomon Is. and ne Australia  
Many-colored Fruit Dove Ptilinopus perousii  Peale, 1848 PO : Fiji Islands, Tonga, Samoa  
        P. p. perousii  Peale, 1848 Samoa  
        P. p. mariae  Pucheran, 1853 Fiji, Tonga  
Crimson-crowned Fruit Dove Ptilinopus porphyraceus  (Temminck, 1821) PO : Caroline Islands, Fiji Islands, Tonga, Samoa  
        P. p. ponapensis  Finsch, 1878 Chuuk and Pohnpei (Caroline Is.)  
        P. p. hernsheimi  Finsch, 1880 Kosrae (e Carolina Is.)  
        P. p. porphyraceus  (Temminck, 1821) Niue, Tonga and Fiji Is.  
        P. p. fasciatus  Peale, 1848 Samoa  
Palau Fruit Dove Ptilinopus pelewensis  Hartlaub & Finsch, 1868 PO : Palau Islands  
Lilac-crowned Fruit Dove Ptilinopus rarotongensis  Hartlaub & Finsch, 1871 PO : Cook Islands  
        P. r. rarotongensis  Hartlaub & Finsch, 1871 Rarotonga  
        P. r. goodwini  Holyoak, 1974 Atiu I.  
Mariana Fruit Dove Ptilinopus roseicapilla  (Lesson, 1831) PO : Mariana Islands  
Rose-crowned Fruit Dove Ptilinopus regina  Swainson, 1825 AU : Lesser Sundas; n, e Australia  
        P. r. flavicollis  Bonaparte, 1855 Flores, Roti, Sawu, Semau and w Timor (Lesser Sundas)  
        P. r. roseipileum  Hartert, 1904 e Timor, Wetar, Romang, Kisar, Moa and Leti (Lesser Sundas)  
        P. r. xanthogaster  (Wagler, 1827) Banda, Kai, Damar, Sermata, Babar, Tanimbar and Aru Is.  
        P. r. ewingii  Gould, 1842 n Australia, Melville I.  
        P. r. regina  Swainson, 1825 ne and e Australia, Torres Straits Is.  
Silver-capped Fruit Dove Ptilinopus richardsii  Ramsay, EP, 1882 AU : Solomon Islands  
        P. r. richardsii  Ramsay, EP, 1882 Ugi and Santa Anna (e Solomon Is .)  
        P. r. cyanopterus  Mayr, 1931 Rennell and Bellona Is. (se Solomon Is.)  
Grey-green Fruit Dove Ptilinopus purpuratus  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) PO : Society Islands  
        P. p. chrysogaster  Gray, GR, 1854 w Society Is.  
        P. p. frater  Ripley & Birckhead, 1942 Moorea I. (e Society Is.)  
        P. p. purpuratus  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) Tahiti (e Society Is.)  
Makatea Fruit Dove Ptilinopus chalcurus  Gray, GR, 1860 PO : Tuamotu Archipelago  
Atoll Fruit Dove Ptilinopus coralensis  Peale, 1848 PO : Tuamotu Archipelago  
Red-bellied Fruit Dove Ptilinopus greyi  Bonaparte, 1857 AU : Solomon Islands to New Caledonia  
Rapa Fruit Dove Ptilinopus huttoni  Finsch, 1874 PO : Tubuai Islands  
White-capped Fruit Dove Ptilinopus dupetithouarsii  (Néboux, 1840) PO : Marquesas Islands  
        P. d. viridior  Murphy, 1924 n Marquesas Is.  
        P. d. dupetithouarsii  (Néboux, 1840) s Marquesas Is.  
Red-moustached Fruit Dove Ptilinopus mercierii †  (Des Murs & Prévost, 1849) PO : Marquesas Islands EXT, ENG : Change English name of Ptilinopus mercierii to Red-moustached, as used in other world lists. The bird‘s most distinguishing feature is its red moustache.
        P. m. mercierii 
†  (Des Murs & Prévost, 1849)
n Marquesas Is.  
        P. m. tristrami 
† Salvadori, 1892
s Marquesas Is.  
Henderson Fruit Dove Ptilinopus insularis  North, 1908 PO : Henderson Island ENG : Change English name from Scarlet-capped Fruit Dove to established Henderson Fruit Dove.
Coroneted Fruit Dove Ptilinopus coronulatus  Gray, GR, 1858 AU : New Guinea  
        P. c. trigeminus  Salvadori, 1875 w Vogelkop Pen. (nw New Guinea), Sulawati I.  
        P. c. geminus  Salvadori, 1875 nw New Guinea, Yapen I. (off nw New Guinea)  
        P. c. quadrigeminus  Meyer, AB, 1890 ne New Guinea, Manam and Kairiru Is.  
        P. c. huonensis  Meyer, AB, 1892 n coast of se New Guinea  
        P. c. coronulatus  Gray, GR, 1858 s coastal New Guinea, Aru Is.  
Beautiful Fruit Dove Ptilinopus pulchellus  (Temminck, 1835) AU : New Guinea  
        P. p. decorus  Madarász, 1910 nc New Guinea  
        P. p. pulchellus  (Temminck, 1835) w, s and e New Guinea, w Papuan islands  
Blue-capped Fruit Dove Ptilinopus monacha  (Temminck, 1824) AU : n Moluccas  
White-bibbed Fruit Dove Ptilinopus rivoli  (Prévost, 1843) AU : Moluccas to Bismarck Archipelago  
        P. r. prasinorrhous  Gray, GR, 1858 Moluccas, islands of west Papua, Aru Is. and islands of Geelvink Bay  
        P. r. bellus  Sclater, PL, 1874 New Guinea, Karkar and Goodenough Is.  
        P. r. miquelii  Schlegel, 1871 Yapen and Meos Num Is. (off n New Guinea)  
        P. r. rivoli  (Prévost, 1843) Bismarck Arch.  
        P. r. strophium  Gould, 1850 Louisiade Arch., Egum Atoll (Trobriand Is.)  
Yellow-bibbed Fruit Dove Ptilinopus solomonensis  Gray, GR, 1870 AU : nw New Guinea, Bismarck Archipelago, New Britain  
        P. s. speciosus  Schlegel, 1871 islands in Geelvink Bay (nw New Guinea)  
        P. s. johannis  Sclater, PL, 1877 Admiralty Is., St. Matthias Group, New Hanover (Bismarck Arch.)  
        P. s. meyeri  Hartert, 1926 New Britain and islands (Bismarck Arch.)  
        P. s. neumanni  Hartert, 1926 Nissan I. (w Solomon Is.)  
        P. s. bistictus  Mayr, 1931 Bougainville and Buka Is. (Solomon Is.)  
        P. s. ocularis  Mayr, 1931 Guadalcanal I. (se Solomon Is.)  
        P. s. vulcanorum  Mayr, 1931 c Solomon Is.  
        P. s. ambiguus  Mayr, 1931 Malaita I. (e Solomon Is.)  
        P. s. solomonensis  Gray, GR, 1870 Makira and Ugi (se Solomon Is.)  
Claret-breasted Fruit Dove Ptilinopus viridis  (Linnaeus, 1766) AU : Moluccas, New Guinea, Solomon Islands  
        P. v. viridis  (Linnaeus, 1766) s Moluccas  
        P. v. pectoralis  (Wagler, 1829) w Papuan Is., Vogelkop (nw New Guinea)  
        P. v. geelvinkianus  Schlegel, 1871 Geelvink Bay Is.  
        P. v. salvadorii  Rothschild, 1892 n New Guinea, Yapen I. (off nw New Guinea)  
        P. v. vicinus  Hartert, 1895 Trobriand Is., D'Entrecasteaux Arch.  
        P. v. lewisii  Ramsay, EP, 1882 Manus, Lihir and Nissan Is. to w Solomon Is.  
White-headed Fruit Dove Ptilinopus eugeniae  (Gould, 1856) AU : e Solomon Islands  
Orange-bellied Fruit Dove Ptilinopus iozonus  Gray, GR, 1858 AU : New Guinea  
        P. i. iozonus  Gray, GR, 1858 Aru Is.  
        P. i. humeralis  Wallace, 1862 west Papua islands, nw New Guinea  
        P. i. iobiensis  Schlegel, 1873 n New Guinea, Yapen I., Manam and adjacent islands  
        P. i. pseudohumeralis  Rand, 1938 c and sc New Guinea  
        P. i. finschi  Mayr, 1931 se New Guinea  
Knob-billed Fruit Dove Ptilinopus insolitus  Schlegel, 1863 AU : Bismarck Archipelago  
        P. i. insolitus  Schlegel, 1863 Bismarck Arch. (except the St. Matthias Is.)  
        P. i. inferior  Hartert, 1924 St. Matthias Is. (n Bismarck Arch.)  
Grey-headed Fruit Dove Ptilinopus hyogastrus  (Temminck, 1824) AU : n Moluccas  
Carunculated Fruit Dove Ptilinopus granulifrons  Hartert, 1898 AU : c Moluccas  
Black-naped Fruit Dove Ptilinopus melanospilus  (Salvadori, 1875) OR, AU : Java, Lesser Sundas, Sulawesi, Philippines  
        P. m. bangueyensis  Meyer, AB, 1891 s Philippines, islands off of n Borneo  
        P. m. xanthorrhous  (Salvadori, 1875) Talaud Is., Sangihe I. (Sulawesi) and Doi I. (n Moluccas)  
        P. m. melanospilus  (Salvadori, 1875) Sulawesi and islands to the ne  
        P. m. chrysorrhous  (Salvadori, 1875) Banggai Is., Sula Is. and s Moluccas  
        P. m. melanauchen  (Salvadori, 1875) Java, Bali to Alor, Matasiri I. and Kangean Is., s Sulawesi Is.  
Dwarf Fruit Dove Ptilinopus nainus  (Temminck, 1835) AU : s New Guinea  
        P. n. minimus  Stresemann & Paludan, 1932 w Papuan islands  
        P. n. nainus  (Temminck, 1835) w, c and se New Guinea  
Negros Fruit Dove Ptilinopus arcanus  Ripley & Rabor, 1955 OR : Philippines  
Orange Fruit Dove Ptilinopus victor  (Gould, 1872) PO : Fiji Islands  
        P. v. victor  (Gould, 1872) Vanua Levu, Rabi, Kioa, Taveuni (n Fiji)  
        P. v. aureus  Amadon, 1943 Qamea and Laucala (ne Fiji)  
Golden Fruit Dove Ptilinopus luteovirens  (Hombron & Jacquinot, 1841) PO : Fiji Islands  
Whistling Fruit Dove Ptilinopus layardi  Elliot, 1878 PO : Fiji Islands  
Cloven-feathered Dove Drepanoptila holosericea  (Temminck, 1809) AU : New Caledonia  
Mauritius Blue Pigeon Alectroenas nitidissimus † (Scopoli, 1786) IO : Mauritius I.
Madagascan Blue Pigeon Alectroenas madagascariensis  (Linnaeus, 1766) AF : Madagascar  
Comoros Blue Pigeon Alectroenas sganzini  (Bonaparte, 1854) AF : Comoros  
        A. s. minor  von Berlepsch, 1898 Aldabra  
        A. s. sganzini  (Bonaparte, 1854) Comoros  
Seychelles Blue Pigeon Alectroenas pulcherrimus  (Scopoli, 1786) AF : Seychelles Islands  
Pink-bellied Imperial Pigeon Ducula poliocephala  (Gray, GR, 1844) OR : Philippines  
White-bellied Imperial Pigeon Ducula forsteni  (Bonaparte, 1854) AU : Sulawesi  
Mindoro Imperial Pigeon Ducula mindorensis  (Whitehead, J, 1896) OR : Philippines  
Grey-headed Imperial Pigeon Ducula radiata  (Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) AU : Sulawesi  
Spotted Imperial Pigeon Ducula carola  (Bonaparte, 1854) OR : Philippines  
        D. c. carola  (Bonaparte, 1854) Luzon, Mindoro and Sibuyan  
        D. c. nigrorum  (Whitehead, J, 1897) Negros and Siquijor  
        D. c. mindanensis  (Ogilvie-Grant, 1905) Mindanao  
Green Imperial Pigeon Ducula aenea  (Linnaeus, 1766) OR : widespread  
        D. a. sylvatica  (Tickell, 1833) n India and Nepal to s China to Thailand, Indochina and Andaman Is.  
        D. a. pusilla  (Blyth, 1849) s India, Sri Lanka  
        D. a. andamanica  Abdulali, 1964 Andaman Is.  
        D. a. consobrina  (Salvadori, 1887) islands of w Sumatra except Enggano  
        D. a. oenothorax  (Salvadori, 1892) Enggano I. (sw of Sumatra)  
        D. a. polia  (Oberholser, 1917) Malay Pen. to Greater and Lesser Sundas  
        D. a. palawanensis  (Blasius, W, 1888) Banggi I. (n Borneo) to Palawan and nearby islands (sw Philippines)  
        D. a. fugaensis  (Hachisuka, 1930) n Philippines  
        D. a. nuchalis  (Cabanis, 1882) n Luzon (n Philippines)  
        D. a. aenea  (Linnaeus, 1766) Philippines (other than n Luzon and Palawan)  
        D. a. intermedia  (Meyer, AB & Wiglesworth, 1894) Talaud and Sangihe Is.  
        D. a. paulina  Bonaparte, 1854 Sulawesi, Togian, Banggai and Sula Is.  
Nicobar Imperial Pigeon Ducula nicobarica  (Pelzeln, 1865) OR : Nicobar Is. AS : Ducula nicobarica is split from Ducula aenea (Rasmussen & Anderton 2005).
Spectacled Imperial Pigeon Ducula perspicillata  (Temminck, 1824) AU : Moluccas  
Seram Imperial Pigeon Ducula neglecta  (Schlegel, 1866) AU : Seram Is. AS : Ducula neglecta is split from D. perspicillata (Rheindt & Hutchinson 2007)
Elegant Imperial Pigeon Ducula concinna  (Wallace, 1865) AU : s Moluccas, Lesser Sundas  
Pacific Imperial Pigeon Ducula pacifica  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) PO : Bismarck Archipelago to Cook Islands  
        D. p. sejuncta  Amadon, 1943 islands off n New Guinea to w Bismarck Arch.  
        D. p. pacifica  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) Louisiade Arch. to Solomons, Samoa, Tonga, Niue and Cook Is.  
Micronesian Imperial Pigeon Ducula oceanica  (Desmarest, 1826) PO : Palau Islands, Caroline Islands, Marshall Islands  
        D. o. monacha  (Momiyama, 1922) Palau and Yap Is. (w Caroline Is.)  
        D. o. teraokai  (Momiyama, 1922) Chuuk I. (c Caroline Is.)  
        D. o. townsendi  (Wetmore, 1919) Pohnpei I. (e Caroline Is.)  
        D. o. oceanica  (Desmarest, 1826) Kosrae I. (e Caroline Is.)  
        D. o. ratakensis  (Taka-Tsukasa & Yamashina, 1932) Marshall Is.  
Polynesian Imperial Pigeon Ducula aurorae  (Peale, 1848) PO : Tuamotu Archipelago, Society Islands  
        D. a. aurorae  (Peale, 1848) Makatea I. (Tuamotu Arch.)  
        D. a. wilkesii  (Peale, 1848) Tahiti (Society Is.)  
Marquesan Imperial Pigeon Ducula galeata  (Bonaparte, 1855) PO : Marquesas Islands  
Red-knobbed Imperial Pigeon Ducula rubricera  (Bonaparte, 1854) AU : Bismarck Archipelago, Solomon Islands  
        D. r. rubricera  (Bonaparte, 1854) Bismarck Arch.  
        D. r. rufigula  (Salvadori, 1878) Solomon Is.  
Spice Imperial Pigeon Ducula myristicivora  (Scopoli, 1786) AU : n Moluccas  
        D. m. myristicivora  (Scopoli, 1786) Widi Is. (off ne Moluccas), w Papuan islands  
        D. m. geelvinkiana  (Schlegel, 1873) islands in Geelvink Bay (w New Guinea)  
Purple-tailed Imperial Pigeon Ducula rufigaster  (Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) AU : New Guinea  
        D. r. rufigaster  (Quoy & Gaimard, 1830) w Papuan islands, nw and s New Guinea  
        D. r. uropygialis  Stresemann & Paludan, 1932 n New Guinea, Yapen I.  
Cinnamon-bellied Imperial Pigeon Ducula basilica  Bonaparte, 1854 AU : n, c Moluccas ENG : CORRECT: English name of Ducula basilica from Cinnamon Imperial Pigeon to Cinnamon-bellied Imperial Pigeon
        D. b. basilica  Bonaparte, 1854 n Moluccas  
        D. b. obiensis  (Hartert, 1898) Obi I. (c Moluccas)  
Finsch's Imperial Pigeon Ducula finschii  (Ramsay, EP, 1882) AU : Bismarck Archipelago ENG : Change English name of Ducula finschii to Finsch's Imperial Pigeon (Gregory 2009)
Rufescent Imperial Pigeon Ducula chalconota  (Salvadori, 1874) AU : New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Ducula chalconota to Rufescent Imperial Pigeon (Gregory 2009)
        D. c. chalconota  (Salvadori, 1874) Vogelkop (nw New Guinea)  
        D. c. smaragdina  Mayr, 1931 w, c and e New Guinea  
Island Imperial Pigeon Ducula pistrinaria  Bonaparte, 1855 AU : islands e of New Guinea to Solomon Islands ENG : Change English name of Ducula pistrinaria to Island Imperial Pigeon (Gregory 2009)
        D. p. rhodinolaema  (Sclater, PL, 1877) Admiralty Is., New Hanover and islands off n New Guinea  
        D. p. vanwyckii  (Cassin, 1862) e and c Bismarck Arch.  
        D. p. postrema  Hartert, 1926 D'Entrecasteaux Arch, Louisiade Arch. and Woodlark Is.  
        D. p. pistrinaria  Bonaparte, 1855 Lihir Is., Solomon Is.  
Pink-headed Imperial Pigeon Ducula rosacea  (Temminck, 1836) AU : Lesser Sundas  
Christmas Imperial Pigeon Ducula whartoni  (Sharpe, 1887) OR : Christmas Island  
Grey Imperial Pigeon Ducula pickeringii  (Cassin, 1855) OR : islands between Borneo and Philippines  
Barking Imperial Pigeon Ducula latrans  (Peale, 1848) PO : Fiji Islands  
Chestnut-bellied Imperial Pigeon Ducula brenchleyi  (Gray, GR, 1870) AU : e Solomon Islands  
Vanuatu Imperial Pigeon Ducula bakeri  (Kinnear, 1928) AU : Banks Islands, n Vanuatu  
Goliath Imperial Pigeon Ducula goliath  (Gray, GR, 1859) AU : New Caledonia  
Pinon's Imperial Pigeon Ducula pinon  (Gaimard, 1823) AU : New Guinea ENG : CORRECT English name of Ducula pinon to possessive; named after L. Pinon, wife of Louis Freycinet.
        D. p. pinon  (Gaimard, 1823) Aru Is., w Papuan islands, nw and s New Guinea, n coast of se New Guinea  
        D. p. jobiensis  (Schlegel, 1871) Yapen I., n New Guinea and offshore islands  
        D. p. salvadorii  (Tristram, 1882) D'Entrecasteaux Arch and Louisiade Arch.  
Black Imperial Pigeon Ducula melanochroa  (Sclater, PL, 1878) AU : Bismarck Archipelago  
Collared Imperial Pigeon Ducula mullerii  (Temminck, 1835) AU : New Guinea  
        D. m. mullerii  (Temminck, 1835) n New Guinea  
        D. m. aurantia  (Meyer, AB, 1893) s New Guinea, Aru Is.  
Zoe's Imperial Pigeon Ducula zoeae  (Lesson, 1826) AU : New Guinea ENG : CORRECT: English name of Ducula zoeae to possessive; named after Zoë Lesson, wife of René Lesson.
Mountain Imperial Pigeon Ducula badia  (Raffles, 1822) OR : widespread  
        D. b. cuprea  (Jerdon, 1840) sw India  
        D. b. insignis  Hodgson, 1836 c and e Himalayas  
        D. b. griseicapilla  Walden, 1875 ne India to sw and s China, Indochina and Burma  
        D. b. badia  (Raffles, 1822) Malay Pen. to Sumatra, Borneo and w Java  
Dark-backed Imperial Pigeon Ducula lacernulata  (Temminck, 1822) OR, AU : Java, Lesser Sundas  
        D. l. lacernulata  (Temminck, 1822) w and c Java  
        D. l. williami  (Hartert, 1896) e Java, Bali  
        D. l. sasakensis  (Hartert, 1896) Lombok, Flores, Sumbawa (w Lesser Sundas)  
Timor Imperial Pigeon Ducula cineracea  (Temminck, 1835) AU : Lesser Sundas  
Pied Imperial Pigeon Ducula bicolor  (Scopoli, 1786) OR : Southeast Asia to Philippines, Indonesia and w New Guinea  
Silver-tipped Imperial Pigeon Ducula luctuosa  (Temminck, 1824) OR : Sulawesi, Sula Is. AS, ENG : Ducula luctuosa is split from D.bicolor (Inskipp et al. 1996, BLI); CHANGE English name to Silver-tipped Imperial Pigeon
Torresian Imperial Pigeon Ducula spilorrhoa  (Gray, GR, 1858) AU : nw, ne, s, se New Guinea, n Australia  
Yellowish Imperial Pigeon Ducula subflavescens  (Finsch, 1886) AU : Bismarck Archipelago, Admiralty Islands ENG : Change English name of Ducula subflavescens to eliminate conflict w Dickinson (melanochroa=Bismarck IP)
Topknot Pigeon Lopholaimus antarcticus  (Shaw, 1793) AU : e Australia  
New Zealand Pigeon Hemiphaga novaeseelandiae  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) AU : New Zealand  
        H. n. novaeseelandiae  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) New Zealand  
        H. n. spadicea 
†  (Latham, 1801)
Norfolk I.  
Chatham Pigeon Hemiphaga chathamensis  (Rothschild, 1891) AU : Chatham Is AS : Hemiphaga chathamensis is split from H.novaseelandiae (Millener & Powlesland 2001; BLI)
Sombre Pigeon Cryptophaps poecilorrhoa  (Brüggemann, 1876) AU : Sulawesi  
Papuan Mountain Pigeon Gymnophaps albertisii  Salvadori, 1874 AU : New Guinea, n Moluccas  
        G. a. exsul  (Hartert, 1903) Bacan I. (nc Moluccas)  
        G. a. albertisii  Salvadori, 1874 Yapen I., New Guinea, Bismarck Arch.  
Buru Mountain Pigeon Gymnophaps mada  (Hartert, 1899) AU : Buru Is. ENG : Change English name of Gymnophaps mada to Buru Mountain Pigeon with split of G. stalkeri
Seram Mountain Pigeon Gymnophaps stalkeri  (Ogilvie-Grant, 1911) AU : Seram Is. AS : Gymnophaps stalkeri is split from G. mada (Rheindt & Hutchinson 2007)
Pale Mountain Pigeon Gymnophaps solomonensis  Mayr, 1931 AU : Solomon Islands