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NAMES >> Index >>Vireos, crows, and allies

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)
       
Vireos, Greenlets (63)
Family Vireonidae
  TAX : Vireonidae includes Erpornis and Pteruthius (Reddy and Cracraft 2007, Reddy 2008)
Rufous-browed Peppershrike Cyclarhis gujanensis  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) LA : widespread  
        C. g. septentrionalis  Phillips, AR, 1991 e Mexico  
        C. g. flaviventris  Lafresnaye, 1842 se Mexico (except Yucatan Pen.), Guatemala and n Honduras  
        C. g. yucatanensis  Ridgway, 1887 Yucatan Pen. (se Mexico)  
        C. g. insularis  Ridgway, 1885 Cozumel I (off se Mexico)  
        C. g. nicaraguae  Miller, W & Griscom, 1925 s Mexico to Nicaragua  
        C. g. subflavescens  Cabanis, 1861 Costa Rica and w Panama  
        C. g. perrygoi  Wetmore, 1950 wc Panama  
        C. g. flavens  Wetmore, 1950 e Panama  
        C. g. coibae  Hartert, 1901 Coiba I. (off sw Panama)  
        C. g. cantica  Bangs, 1898 n and c Colombia  
        C. g. flavipectus  Sclater, PL, 1859 ne Venezuela and Trinidad  
        C. g. parva  Chapman, 1917 ne Colombia and n Venezuela  
        C. g. gujanensis  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) e Colombia and s Venezuela through the Guianas to ne Brazil, c Brazil and e Peru  
        C. g. cearensis  Baird, SF, 1866 e Brazil  
        C. g. ochrocephala  Tschudi, 1845 se Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay and ne Argentina  
        C. g. viridis  (Vieillot, 1822) Paraguay and n Argentina  
        C. g. virenticeps  Sclater, PL, 1860 w Ecuador and nw Peru  
        C. g. contrerasi  Taczanowski, 1879 se Ecuador and n Peru  
        C. g. saturata  Zimmer, 1925 c Peru  
        C. g. pax  Bond & Meyer de Schauensee, 1942 ec Bolivia  
        C. g. dorsalis  Zimmer, 1942 c Bolivia  
        C. g. tarijae  Bond & Meyer de Schauensee, 1942 se Bolivia and nw Argentina  
Black-billed Peppershrike Cyclarhis nigrirostris  Lafresnaye, 1842 SA : Colombia, Ecuador  
        C. n. nigrirostris  Lafresnaye, 1842 c Colombia and e Ecuador  
        C. n. atrirostris  Sclater, PL, 1887 sw Colombia and w Ecuador  
Chestnut-sided Shrike-Vireo Vireolanius melitophrys  Bonaparte, 1850 MA : c Mexico to Guatemala  
        V. m. melitophrys  Bonaparte, 1850 c Mexico  
        V. m. crossini  Phillips, AR, 1991 sw Mexico  
        V. m. quercinus  Griscom, 1935 s Mexico, Guatemala  
Green Shrike-Vireo Vireolanius pulchellus  Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1859 MA : se Mexico to Panama  
        V. p. ramosi  Phillips, AR, 1991 s Veracruz and e Oaxaca to n Yucatan Peninsula (se Mexico)  
        V. p. pulchellus  Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1859 s Yucatan Pen. (se Mexico), Guatemala and Belize to n Nicaragua  
        V. p. verticalis  Ridgway, 1885 e Nicaragua, Costa Rica and w Panama  
        V. p. viridiceps  Ridgway, 1903 c Panama  
Yellow-browed Shrike-Vireo Vireolanius eximius  Baird, SF, 1866 SA : Colombia, Venezuela, also e Panama  
        V. e. mutabilis  Nelson, 1912 e Panama and nw Colombia  
        V. e. eximius  Baird, SF, 1866 n Colombia and nw Venezuela  
Slaty-capped Shrike-Vireo Vireolanius leucotis  (Swainson, 1838) SA : Amazonia  
        V. l. mikettae  Hartert, 1900 w Colombia and w Ecuador  
        V. l. leucotis  (Swainson, 1838) n and w Amazonia  
        V. l. simplex  von Berlepsch, 1912 s Peru and wc Brazil (s of the Amazon)  
        V. l. bolivianus  von Berlepsch, 1901 se Peru and n Bolivia  
Slaty Vireo Vireo brevipennis  (Sclater, PL, 1858) MA : s Mexico  
        V. b. browni  (Miller, AH & Ray, 1944) sw Mexico  
        V. b. brevipennis  (Sclater, PL, 1858) se Mexico  
White-eyed Vireo Vireo griseus  (Boddaert, 1783) NA, MA : e  
        V. g. griseus  (Boddaert, 1783) c and e USA  
        V. g. maynardi  Brewster, 1887 s Florida (se USA)  
        V. g. bermudianus  Bangs & Bradlee, 1901 Bermuda  
        V. g. micrus  Nelson, 1899 s Texas (s USA) and ne Mexico  
        V. g. perquisitor  Nelson, 1900 e Mexico  
        V. g. marshalli  Phillips, AR, 1991 ec Mexico  
Thick-billed Vireo Vireo crassirostris  (Bryant, H, 1859) NA : West Indies  
        V. c. crassirostris  (Bryant, H, 1859) Bahama Is.  
        V. c. stalagmium  Buden, 1985 Caicos Is.  
        V. c. tortugae  Richmond, 1917 Tortue I. (off nw Haiti)  
        V. c. cubensis  Kirkconnell & Garrido, 2000 Cayo Paredón Grande (off of n Cuba)  
        V. c. alleni  Cory, 1886 Cayman Is.  
Mangrove Vireo Vireo pallens  Salvin, 1863 MA : widespread  
        V. p. paluster  Moore, RT, 1938 coastal nw Mexico  
        V. p. ochraceus  Salvin, 1863 sw Mexico, w Guatemala and w El Salvador  
        V. p. pallens  Salvin, 1863 s Honduras, w Nicaragua and w Costa Rica  
        V. p. nicoyensis  Parkes, 1990 Nicoya Pen. (nw Costa Rica)  
        V. p. salvini  van Rossem, 1934 se Mexico and n Belize  
        V. p. semiflavus  Salvin, 1863 n Guatemala and s Belize to e Nicaragua  
        V. p. wetmorei  Phillips, AR, 1991 El Cayo (off e Guatemala)  
        V. p. angulensis  Parkes, 1990 Bahia I. (off n Honduras)  
        V. p. browningi  Phillips, AR, 1991 se Nicaragua  
Providencia Vireo Vireo approximans  Ridgway, 1884 MA : Isla Providencia, Isla Santa Catalina  
Cozumel Vireo Vireo bairdi  Ridgway, 1885 MA : Cozumel  
San Andres Vireo Vireo caribaeus  Bond & Meyer de Schauensee, 1942 MA : Isla Andrés  
Jamaican Vireo Vireo modestus  Sclater, PL, 1861 NA : Jamaica  
Cuban Vireo Vireo gundlachii  Lembeye, 1850 NA : Cuba  
        V. g. magnus  Garrido, 1971 Cayo Cantiles (e of the Isle of Pines)  
        V. g. sanfelipensis  Garrido, 1973 Cayo Real (Cayos de San Felipe w of Isle of Pines)  
        V. g. gundlachii  Lembeye, 1850 Cuba (except se)  
        V. g. orientalis  Todd, 1916 se Cuba  
Puerto Rican Vireo Vireo latimeri  Baird, SF, 1866 NA : Puerto Rico  
Flat-billed Vireo Vireo nanus  (Lawrence, 1875) NA : Hispaniola  
Bell's Vireo Vireo bellii  Audubon, 1844 NA, MA : sc, sw USA to Nicaragua  
        V. b. pusillus  Coues, 1866 c California (sw USA) to n Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        V. b. arizonae  Ridgway, 1903 Nevada, Utah, Arizona and sw New Mexico (sw USA) and nw Mexico  
        V. b. medius  Oberholser, 1903 s New Mexico and w Texas (sw USA)  
        V. b. bellii  Audubon, 1844 c and s USA  
Black-capped Vireo Vireo atricapilla  Woodhouse, 1852 NA, MA : sc USA, Mexico  
Dwarf Vireo Vireo nelsoni  Bond, 1936 MA : sw Mexico  
Grey Vireo Vireo vicinior  Coues, 1866 NA, MA : sw USA, nw Mexico  
Blue Mountain Vireo Vireo osburni  (Sclater, PL, 1861) NA : Jamaica  
Yellow-throated Vireo Vireo flavifrons  Vieillot, 1808 NA : e  
Plumbeous Vireo Vireo plumbeus  Coues, 1866 NA, MA : w  
        V. p. plumbeus  Coues, 1866 wc USA to sw Mexico  
        V. p. gravis  Phillips, AR, 1991 ec Mexico  
        V. p. notius  van Tyne, 1933 Belize  
        V. p. montanus  van Rossem, 1933 s Mexico to Honduras  
Cassin's Vireo Vireo cassinii  Xántus de Vésey, 1858 NA : w  
        V. c. cassinii  Xántus de Vésey, 1858 sw Canada through w USA to n Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        V. c. lucasanus  Brewster, 1891 s Baja California (nw Mexico)  
Blue-headed Vireo Vireo solitarius  (Wilson, A, 1810) NA : e  
        V. s. solitarius  (Wilson, A, 1810) Canada through nc and ne USA  
        V. s. alticola  Brewster, 1886 s Appalachian Mts. (se USA)  
Yellow-winged Vireo Vireo carmioli  Baird, SF, 1866 MA : Costa Rica, Panama  
Choco Vireo Vireo masteri  Salaman & Stiles, 1996 SA : Colombia  
Hutton's Vireo Vireo huttoni  Cassin, 1851 NA, MA : sw Canada to w Guatemala  
        V. h. obscurus  Anthony, 1891 sw Canada to nw California (w USA)  
        V. h. parkesi  Rea, 1991 nw California to wc California (sw USA)  
        V. h. sierrae  Rea, 1991 Sierra Nevada Mts. (e California in w USA)  
        V. h. huttoni  Cassin, 1851 wc California (sw USA)  
        V. h. unitti  Rea, 1991 Santa Catalina I. (off s California in sw USA)  
        V. h. cognatus  Ridgway, 1903 s Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        V. h. stephensi  Brewster, 1882 Arizona and New Mexico (sw USA) to Zacatecas (c Mexico)  
        V. h. carolinae  Brandt, HW, 1938 sw Texas (s USA) and ne Mexico  
        V. h. pacificus  Phillips, AR, 1966 w and sw Mexico  
        V. h. mexicanus  Ridgway, 1903 c and s Mexico  
        V. h. vulcani  Griscom, 1930 w Guatemala  
Golden Vireo Vireo hypochryseus  Sclater, PL, 1863 MA : w Mexico  
        V. h. nitidus  van Rossem, 1934 nw Mexico  
        V. h. hypochryseus  Sclater, PL, 1863 w Mexico  
        V. h. sordidus  Nelson, 1898 Tres Marias Is. (off w Mexico)  
Warbling Vireo Vireo gilvus  (Vieillot, 1808) NA, MA : widespread  
        V. g. swainsoni  Baird, SF, 1858 w Canada and w USA  
        V. g. brewsteri  (Ridgway, 1903) Rocky Mts. (wc USA) to w Mexico  
        V. g. victoriae  Sibley, 1940 s Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        V. g. sympatricus  (Phillips, AR, 1991) c Mexico  
        V. g. gilvus  (Vieillot, 1808) sc and se Canada, c, s and ne USA  
Brown-capped Vireo Vireo leucophrys  (Lafresnaye, 1844) LA : Mexico to n Bolivia  
        V. l. eleanorae  Sutton & Burleigh, 1940 ne Mexico  
        V. l. dubius  (Phillips, AR, 1991) ec Mexico  
        V. l. amauronotus  Salvin & Godman, 1881 Puebla to Veracruz (se Mexico)  
        V. l. strenuus  Nelson, 1900 Chiapas (s Mexico)  
        V. l. bulli  Rowley, JS, 1968 se Oaxaca (sw Mexico)  
        V. l. palmeri  (Phillips, AR, 1991) Honduras  
        V. l. costaricensis  (Ridgway, 1903) c Costa Rica  
        V. l. dissors  Zimmer, 1941 s Costa Rica to nw Colombia  
        V. l. mirandae  Hartert, 1917 n Colombia and nw Venezuela  
        V. l. josephae  Sclater, PL, 1859 sw Colombia and w Ecuador  
        V. l. leucophrys  (Lafresnaye, 1844) e Andes from Colombia to c Peru  
        V. l. maranonicus  Zimmer, 1941 nw Peru  
        V. l. laetissimus  (Todd, 1924) se Peru and n Bolivia  
Philadelphia Vireo Vireo philadelphicus  (Cassin, 1851) NA : n  
Red-eyed Vireo Vireo olivaceus  (Linnaeus, 1766) NA, LA : Canada through Amazonia  
        V. o. olivaceus  (Linnaeus, 1766) Canada, c and e USA  
        V. o. caucae  (Chapman, 1912) w Colombia  
        V. o. griseobarbatus  (von Berlepsch & Taczanowski, 1884) w Ecuador and nw Peru  
        V. o. pectoralis  Zimmer, 1941 n Peru  
        V. o. solimoensis  Todd, 1931 e Ecuador, ne Peru and extreme w Brazil  
        V. o. vividior  Hellmayr & Seilern, 1913 Colombia, Venezuela, the Guianas, n Brazil and Trinidad  
        V. o. tobagensis  Hellmayr, 1935 Tobago  
        V. o. agilis  (Lichtenstein, 1823) e Brazil  
        V. o. diversus  Zimmer, 1941 e Paraguay, se Brazil and Uruguay  
        V. o. chivi  (Vieillot, 1817) w and sw Amazonia  
Noronha Vireo Vireo gracilirostris  Sharpe, 1890 SA : Ihla Fernando de Noronha  
Yellow-green Vireo Vireo flavoviridis  (Cassin, 1851) MA : widespread, also s Texas  
        V. f. flavoviridis  (Cassin, 1851) n Mexico to Panama  
        V. f. forreri  Madarász, 1885 Tres Marias Is. (off w Mexico)  
        V. f. perplexus  (Phillips, AR, 1991) n Guatemala  
Black-whiskered Vireo Vireo altiloquus  (Vieillot, 1808) NA : se USA, West Indies  
        V. a. barbatulus  (Cabanis, 1855) s Florida (se USA), Cuba and Bahamas  
        V. a. altiloquus  (Vieillot, 1808) Greater Antilles  
        V. a. barbadensis  (Ridgway, 1874) St. Croix to Barbados (Lesser Antilles)  
        V. a. bonairensis  Phelps & Phelps Jr, 1948 Netherland Antilles  
        V. a. grandior  (Ridgway, 1884) Providéncia I. and Santa Catalina I. (e of Nicaragua)  
        V. a. canescens  (Cory, 1887) San Andrés I (e of Nicaragua)  
Yucatan Vireo Vireo magister  (Baird, SF, 1871) MA : c, also Cayman Islands  
        V. m. magister  (Baird, SF, 1871) se Mexico and Belize  
        V. m. decoloratus  (Phillips, AR, 1991) islands off n and c Belize  
        V. m. stilesi  (Phillips, AR, 1991) islands off s Belize and n Honduras  
        V. m. caymanensis  Cory, 1887 Grand Cayman I.  
Rufous-crowned Greenlet Hylophilus poicilotis  Temminck, 1822 SA : sc, se  
Grey-eyed Greenlet Hylophilus amaurocephalus  (Nordmann, 1835) SA : e Brazil  
Lemon-chested Greenlet Hylophilus thoracicus  Temminck, 1822 SA : c, se  
        H. t. aemulus  (Hellmayr, 1920) se Colombia to n Bolivia  
        H. t. griseiventris  von Berlepsch & Hartert, 1902 e Venezuela, the Guianas and n Brazil  
        H. t. thoracicus  Temminck, 1822 se Brazil  
Grey-chested Greenlet Hylophilus semicinereus  Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1867 SA : Amazonia  
        H. s. viridiceps  (Todd, 1929) s Venezuela, the Guianas and n Brazil  
        H. s. semicinereus  Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1867 n Brazil (s of the Amazon)  
        H. s. juruanus  Gyldenstolpe, 1941 nw Brazil, ne Peru  
Ashy-headed Greenlet Hylophilus pectoralis  Sclater, PL, 1866 SA : n, c Amazonia  
Tepui Greenlet Hylophilus sclateri  Salvin & Godman, 1883 SA : Tepuis  
Brown-headed Greenlet Hylophilus brunneiceps  Sclater, PL, 1866 SA : w Amazonia, c Brazil  
Rufous-naped Greenlet Hylophilus semibrunneus  Lafresnaye, 1845 SA : nw Venezuela to e Ecuador  
Golden-fronted Greenlet Hylophilus aurantiifrons  Lawrence, 1861 SA : n, also Panama  
        H. a. aurantiifrons  Lawrence, 1861 e Panama and n Colombia  
        H. a. helvinus  Wetmore & Phelps Jr, 1956 nw Venezuela  
        H. a. saturatus  (Hellmayr, 1906) e Colombia, n Venezuela and Trinidad  
Dusky-capped Greenlet Hylophilus hypoxanthus  Pelzeln, 1868 SA : Amazonia  
        H. h. hypoxanthus  Pelzeln, 1868 se Colombia  
        H. h. fuscicapillus  Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1880 e Ecuador and n Peru  
        H. h. flaviventris  Cabanis, 1873 c Peru  
        H. h. ictericus  Bond, 1953 w Brazil, se Peru and n Bolivia  
        H. h. albigula  (Chapman, 1921) nc Brazil s of the Amazon  
        H. h. inornatus  (Snethlage, E, 1914) ne Brazil s of the Amazon  
Buff-cheeked Greenlet Hylophilus muscicapinus  Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1873 SA : Amazonia  
        H. m. muscicapinus  Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1873 s Venezuela, the Guianas and Brazil n of the Amazon  
        H. m. griseifrons  (Snethlage, E, 1907) c Brazil s of the Amazon and ne Bolivia  
Scrub Greenlet Hylophilus flavipes  Lafresnaye, 1845 LA : Costa Rica to n Venezuela  
        H. f. viridiflavus  Lawrence, 1861 sw Costa Rica to c Panama  
        H. f. xuthus  Wetmore, 1957 Coiba I. (off sw Panama)  
        H. f. flavipes  Lafresnaye, 1845 n and c Colombia  
        H. f. melleus  Wetmore, 1941 tip of Guajira Pen. (N Colombia)  
        H. f. galbanus  Wetmore & Phelps Jr, 1956 ne Colombia, nw Venezuela  
        H. f. acuticauda  Lawrence, 1865 n Venezuela  
        H. f. insularis  Sclater, PL, 1861 Tobago  
Olivaceous Greenlet Hylophilus olivaceus  Tschudi, 1844 SA : Ecuador and Peru  
Tawny-crowned Greenlet Hylophilus ochraceiceps  Sclater, PL, 1860 LA : s Mexico through Amazonia  
        H. o. ochraceiceps  Sclater, PL, 1860 s Mexico, Belize and n Guatemala  
        H. o. pallidipectus  (Ridgway, 1903) s Guatemala and Honduras to nw Panama  
        H. o. pacificus  Parkes, 1991 se Costa Rica, w Panama  
        H. o. nelsoni  (Todd, 1929) e Panama  
        H. o. bulunensis  Hartert, 1902 extreme e Panama, w Colombia and nw Ecuador  
        H. o. ferrugineifrons  Sclater, PL, 1862 se Colombia, s Venezuela, wc Guyana, nw Brazil, Ecuador and Peru  
        H. o. viridior  (Todd, 1929) s Peru and n Bolivia  
        H. o. luteifrons  Sclater, PL, 1881 e Venezuela, the Guianas and n Brazil  
        H. o. lutescens  (Snethlage, E, 1914) nc Brazil s of the Amazon  
        H. o. rubrifrons  Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1867 ne Brazil s of the Amazon  
Lesser Greenlet Hylophilus decurtatus  (Bonaparte, 1838) LA : e Mexico to nw Peru  
        H. d. brevipennis  (Giraud Jr, 1851) e Mexico  
        H. d. dickermani  Parkes, 1991 se Mexico  
        H. d. phillipsi  Parkes, 1991 Yucatan Pen. (se Mexico) and n Belize  
        H. d. decurtatus  (Bonaparte, 1838) s Belize and Guatemala to c Panama  
        H. d. darienensis  (Griscom, 1927) c Panama to nw Colombia  
        H. d. minor  von Berlepsch & Taczanowski, 1884 w Colombia to nw Peru  
White-bellied Erpornis Erpornis zantholeuca  Blyth, 1844 OR : Himalayas to Borneo  
        E. z. zantholeuca  Blyth, 1844 c and e Himalayas to Burma, w Thailand and w Yunnan (s China)  
        E. z. tyrannulus  Swinhoe, 1870 s Yunnan (s China) to ne Thailand and n Indochina  
        E. z. griseiloris  Stresemann, 1923 se China, Taiwan  
        E. z. sordida  Robinson & Kloss, 1919 e Thailand and s Indochina  
        E. z. canescens  Delacour & Jabouille, 1928 se Thailand and w Cambodia  
        E. z. interposita  Hartert, 1917 Malay Pen.  
        E. z. saani  Chasen, 1939 nw Sumatra  
        E. z. brunnescens  Sharpe, 1876 Borneo  
Black-headed Shrike-babbler Pteruthius rufiventer  Blyth, 1842 OR : Himalayas to nw Vietnam  
        P. r. rufiventer  Blyth, 1842 Himalayas to n Burma and s China  
        P. r. delacouri  Mayr, 1941 Fan Si Pan Mts. (n Vietnam)  
Pied Shrike-babbler Pteruthius flaviscapis  (Temminck, 1836) OR : Java ENG : CHANGE White-browed Shrike-babbler to Pied Shrike-babbler (Rheindt & Eaton 2009)
Himalayan Shrike-babbler Pteruthius ripleyi  Biswas, 1960 OR : w Himalayas east to c Nepal AS : Himalayan Shrike-babbler is split from Pied [White-browed] Shrike-babbler P. flaviscapis (Rheindt & Eaton 2009).Its exact geographic area of turn-over with similar P. aeralatus(Blyth‘s S-B) is unknown. Sound evidence points to certain overlap
Blyth's Shrike-babbler Pteruthius aeralatus  Blyth, 1855 OR : e Himalayas, Burma through se Asia, Malaysia, to Sumatra, Borneo AS : Blyth's Shrike-babbler is split from Pied [White-browed] Shrike-babbler P.flaviscapis (Rheindt & Eaton 2009)
        P. a. validirostris  Koelz, 1951 n Pakistan through the Himalayas to w Burma  
        P. a. ricketti  Ogilvie-Grant, 1904 ne Burma to se China and n and c Indochina  
        P. a. aeralatus  Blyth, 1855 e Burma and w Thailand  
        P. a. schauenseei  Deignan, 1946 s Thailand  
        P. a. cameranoi  Salvadori, 1879 Malay Pen. and Sumatra  
        P. a. robinsoni  Chasen & Kloss, 1931 Borneo  
Dalat Shrike-babbler Pteruthius annamensis  Robinson & Kloss, 1919 OR : s Vietnam (Da Lat Plateau) AS : Dalat Shrike-babbler is split from Pied [White-browed] Shrike-babbler P.flaviscapis (Rheindt & Eaton 2009)
Green Shrike-babbler Pteruthius xanthochlorus  Gray, JE & Gray, GR, 1847 OR : Himalayas to ne Burma  
        P. x. occidentalis  Harington, 1913 ne Pakistan to w Nepal  
        P. x. xanthochlorus  Gray, JE & Gray, GR, 1847 e Nepal to ne India  
        P. x. hybrida  Harington, 1913 ne India to w Burma  
        P. x. pallidus  (David, 1871) n Burma to sc and se China  
Black-eared Shrike-babbler Pteruthius melanotis  Hodgson, 1847 OR : Himalayas to w Malaysia  
        P. m. melanotis  Hodgson, 1847 c Nepal and ne India to Burma, w Thailand, n Indochina and s China  
        P. m. tahanensis  Hartert, 1902 s Thailand and Malay Pen.  
Trilling Shrike-babbler Pteruthius aenobarbus  (Temminck, 1836) OR : Java ENG : CHANGE Chestnut-fronted Shrike-babbler to Trilling Shrike-babbler (Rheindt & Eaton 2009)
Clicking Shrike-babbler Pteruthius intermedius  (Hume, 1877) OR : Assam, India, e Burma to s China, s Vietnam AS : Clicking Shrike-babbler is split from Trilling [Chestnut-fronted] Shrike-babbler P. aenobarbus (Rheindt & Eaton 2009)
        P. i. intermedius  (Hume, 1877) Burma to n Indochina and s China, Lang Bian plateau (s Vietnam)  
        P. i. aenobarbulus  Koelz, 1954 ne India  
       
Figbirds, Orioles (38)
Family Oriolidae
  PHY, SEQ : see Jønsson et al 2010 for phylogenetic sequence of species
North Island Piopio Turnagra tanagra 
†  Schlegel, 1866
AU : North Island, NZ EXT, TAX : Turnagra tanagra is split from T. capensis following BLI and Holdaway, 1999
South Island Piopio Turnagra capensis 
†  (Sparrman, 1787)
AU : South Island, NZ EXT, ENG : The English name of Turnagra capensis is changed with the split of T. tanagra
        T. c. capensis 
†  (Sparrman, 1787)
South Island, NZ  
        T. c. minor †  Fleming, JH, 1915 Stephens Island, NZ  
Green Figbird Sphecotheres viridis  Vieillot, 1816 AU : Lesser Sundas  
Wetar Figbird Sphecotheres hypoleucus  Finsch, 1898 AU : Lesser Sundas  
Australasian Figbird Sphecotheres vieilloti  Vigors & Horsfield, 1827 AU : se New Guinea, n, e Australia  
        S. v. salvadorii  Sharpe, 1877 se New Guinea  
        S. v. cucullatus  (Rosenberg, HKB, 1866) Kai I. (off sw New Guinea)  
        S. v. ashbyi  Mathews, 1912 n Australia  
        S. v. flaviventris  Gould, 1850 ne Australia and the islands in the Torres Strait  
        S. v. vieilloti  Vigors & Horsfield, 1827 e Australia  
Northern Variable Pitohui Pitohui kirhocephalus  (Lesson & Garnot, 1827) AU : New Guinea PHY, TAX : Pitohui sensu stricto is sister to Oriolus (Jønsson et al 2008, Dumbacher 2013. ENG : English name of Pitohui kirhocephalus becomes Northern Variable Pitohui with split of Raja Ampat Pitohui and Southern Variable Pitohui
        P. k. kirhocephalus  (Lesson & Garnot, 1827) e Vogelkop (nw New Guinea)  
        P. k. dohertyi  Rothschild & Hartert, 1903 Wandammen area (nw New Guinea)  
        P. k. rubiensis  (Meyer, AB, 1884) head of Geelvink Bay (nw New Guinea)  
        P. k. brunneivertex  Rothschild, 1931 e coast of Geelvink Bay (nw New Guinea)  
        P. k. decipiens  (Salvadori, 1878) Onin Pen. (sw New Guinea)  
        P. k. stramineipectus  van Oort, 1907 Triton Bay region (sw New Guinea)  
        P. k. adiensis  Mees, 1964 Adi I. (off sw New Guinea)  
        P. k. carolinae  Junge, 1952 Etna Bay region (sw New Guinea)  
        P. k. jobiensis  (Meyer, AB, 1874) Kurudu and Yapen Is. (off nw New Guinea)  
        P. k. meyeri  Rothschild & Hartert, 1903 Mamberamo coast (n New Guinea)  
        P. k. senex  Stresemann, 1922 upper Sepik region (n New Guinea)  
        P. k. brunneicaudus  (Meyer, AB, 1891) lower Sepik to Astrolabe Bay (n New Guinea)  
Raja Ampat Pitohui Pitohui cerviniventris  (Gray, GR, 1862) AU : New Guinea AS : Raja Ampat Pitohui is split from [Northern] Variable Pitohui (Dumbacher et al 2001, 2008; Dumbacher 2013)
        P. c. pallidus  van Oort, 1907 Sagewin and Batanta Is. (w Papuan Is.)  
        P. c. cerviniventris  (Gray, GR, 1862) Waigeo and Gemien Is. (w Papuan Is.)  
Southern Variable Pitohui Pitohui uropygialis  (Gray, GR, 1862) AU : New Guinea AS : Southern Variable Pitohui is split from [Northern] Variable Pitohui (Dumbacher et al 2001, 2008; Dumbacher 2013)
        P. u. uropygialis  (Gray, GR, 1862) Sulawati and Misool Is. (w Papuan Is.)  
        P. u. tibialis  (Sharpe, 1877) w Vogelkop (nw New Guinea)  
        P. u. brunneiceps  (D'Albertis & Salvadori, 1879) Gulf of Papua to Fly R. (s New Guinea)  
        P. u. nigripectus  van Oort, 1909 Mimika R. to Eilanden R. (s New Guinea)  
        P. u. aruensis  (Sharpe, 1877) Aru Is. (off sw New Guinea)  
        P. u. meridionalis  (Sharpe, 1888) se New Guinea  
Hooded Pitohui Pitohui dichrous  (Bonaparte, 1850) AU : New Guinea  
Brown Oriole Oriolus szalayi  (Madarász, 1900) AU : New Guinea  
Dusky-brown Oriole Oriolus phaeochromus  Gray, GR, 1861 AU : n Moluccas  
Grey-collared Oriole Oriolus forsteni  (Bonaparte, 1850) AU : s Moluccas  
Black-eared Oriole Oriolus bouroensis  (Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) AU : Buru Is.  
Tanimbar Oriole Oriolus decipiens  (Sclater, PL, 1883) AU : Tanimbar Is. AS : Oriolus decipiens is split from O. bouroensis (Rheindt & Hutchinson 2007)
Olive-brown Oriole Oriolus melanotis  (Bonaparte, 1850) AU : Lesser Sundas  
        O. m. finschi  Hartert, 1904 Wetar and Atauro Is.  
        O. m. melanotis  (Bonaparte, 1850) Timor, Roti and Semau Is.  
Olive-backed Oriole Oriolus sagittatus  (Latham, 1801) AU : sc New Guinea, Australia  
        O. s. magnirostris  van Oort, 1910 sc New Guinea  
        O. s. affinis  Gould, 1848 nw and nc Australia  
        O. s. grisescens  Schodde & Mason, 1999 Cape York Pen. (ne Australia) and islands of the Torres Strait  
        O. s. sagittatus  (Latham, 1801) e Australia  
Green Oriole Oriolus flavocinctus  (King, 1826) AU : widespread  
        O. f. migrator  Hartert, 1904 e Lesser Sundas  
        O. f. muelleri  (Bonaparte, 1850) sc New Guinea  
        O. f. flavocinctus  (King, 1826) n Australia  
        O. f. tiwi  Schodde & Mason, 1999 Bathurst and Melville Is. (off n Australia)  
        O. f. flavotinctus  Schodde & Mason, 1999 Cape York Pen. (ne Australia)  
        O. f. kingi  Mathews, 1912 ne Queensland (ne Australia)  
Dark-throated Oriole Oriolus xanthonotus  Horsfield, 1821 OR : Southeast Asia through Borneo and Philippines  
        O. x. xanthonotus  Horsfield, 1821 Malay Pen., Sumatra, Java and Borneo  
        O. x. mentawi  Chasen & Kloss, 1926 w Sumatran islands  
        O. x. consobrinus  Ramsay, RGW, 1880 Borneo  
        O. x. persuasus  Bangs, 1922 sw Philippines  
Philippine Oriole Oriolus steerii  Sharpe, 1877 OR : Philippines  
        O. s. samarensis  Steere, 1890 Samar, Leyte, Bohol and e Mindanao  
        O. s. assimilis 
†  Tweeddale, 1878
Cebu  
        O. s. steerii  Sharpe, 1877 Masbate and Negros  
        O. s. basilanicus  Ogilvie-Grant, 1896 Basilan and w Mindanao  
        O. s. cinereogenys  Bourns & Worcester, 1894 Sulu Arch.  
White-lored Oriole Oriolus albiloris  Ogilvie-Grant, 1894 OR : Philippines  
Isabela Oriole Oriolus isabellae  Ogilvie-Grant, 1894 OR : Philippines ENG : Oriolus isabellae is named after the Philippine province of Isabela (Peter Vercruijsse)
Eurasian Golden Oriole Oriolus oriolus  (Linnaeus, 1758) EU : w Eurasia  
Indian Golden Oriole Oriolus kundoo  Sykes, 1832 EU : s Kazakhstan to e China, south to c Afghnistan, n Pakistan, Nepal and c India AS : Oriolus kundoo is split from O. oriolus (Rasmussen & Anderton 2005, Collar 2005)
African Golden Oriole Oriolus auratus  Vieillot, 1817 AF : widespread  
        O. a. auratus  Vieillot, 1817 Senegal and Gambia to w Ethiopia and s Somalia  
        O. a. notatus  Peters, W, 1868 Angola to c Mozambique  
Slender-billed Oriole Oriolus tenuirostris  Blyth, 1846 OR : e Himalayas to Southeast Asia  
        O. t. invisus  Riley, 1940 e Himalayas to s China and c Vietnam  
        O. t. tenuirostris  Blyth, 1846 s Vietnam  
Black-naped Oriole Oriolus chinensis  Linnaeus, 1766 OR : widespread PS : Black-naped Oriole is paraphyletic with respect to Eurasian Golden Oriole O.oriolus and Indian Golden Oriole O.kundoo (Jønsson et al 2010); await full resolution of population splits (Rheindt comm)
        O. c. diffusus  Sharpe, 1877 e Asia  
        O. c. andamanensis  Beavan, 1867 Andaman Is.  
        O. c. macrourus  Blyth, 1846 Nicobar Is.  
        O. c. maculatus  Vieillot, 1817 Malay Pen., Sumatra, Java, Bali and Borneo  
        O. c. mundus  Richmond, 1903 Simeulue and Nias Is. (off w Sumatra)  
        O. c. sipora  Chasen & Kloss, 1926 Sipura I. (off w Sumatra)  
        O. c. richmondi  Oberholser, 1912 Siberut and Pagi Is. (off w Sumatra)  
        O. c. lamprochryseus  Oberholser, 1917 Masalembu Is. (Java Sea)  
        O. c. insularis  Vorderman, 1893 Sapudi, Raas and Kangean Is. (ne of Java)  
        O. c. melanisticus  Meyer, AB & Wiglesworth, 1894 Talaud Is. (s of the Philippines)  
        O. c. sangirensis  Meyer, AB & Wiglesworth, 1898 Sangihe and Tabukan Is. (off ne Sulawesi)  
        O. c. formosus  Cabanis, 1872 Siau, Tahulandang, Ruang, Biaro and Mayu Is. (off ne Sulawesi)  
        O. c. celebensis  (Walden, 1872) Sulawesi and nearby islands  
        O. c. frontalis  Wallace, 1863 Banggai and Sula Is. (e of Sulawesi)  
        O. c. boneratensis  Meyer, AB & Wiglesworth, 1896 islands of the Flores Sea  
        O. c. broderipi  Bonaparte, 1850 Lesser Sundas  
        O. c. chinensis  Linnaeus, 1766 Philippines  
        O. c. suluensis  Sharpe, 1877 Sulu Arch. (sw Philippines)  
Green-headed Oriole Oriolus chlorocephalus  Shelley, 1896 AF : e  
        O. c. amani  Benson, 1946 se Kenya and e Tanzania  
        O. c. chlorocephalus  Shelley, 1896 Malawi and c Mozambique  
        O. c. speculifer  Wolters & Clancey, 1969 s Mozambique  
Sao Tome Oriole Oriolus crassirostris  Hartlaub, 1857 AF : São Tomé  
Western Oriole Oriolus brachyrynchus  Swainson, 1837 AF : w, c  
        O. b. brachyrynchus  Swainson, 1837 Guinea-Bissau to Togo and Benin  
        O. b. laetior  Sharpe, 1897 Nigeria to w Kenya, sc DR Congo and n Angola  
Ethiopian Oriole Oriolus monacha  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) AF : Ethiopia, Eritrea  
        O. m. meneliki  Blundell & Lovat, 1899 s Ethiopia  
        O. m. monacha  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) n Ethiopia, Eritrea  
Mountain Oriole Oriolus percivali  Ogilvie-Grant, 1903 AF : e  
Black-headed Oriole Oriolus larvatus  Lichtenstein, 1823 AF : e, s  
        O. l. rolleti  Salvadori, 1864 s Sudan and s Ethiopia to e DR Congo and c Kenya  
        O. l. reichenowi  Zedlitz, 1916 Somalia to e Tanzania  
        O. l. angolensis  Neumann, 1905 Angola and Namibia to w Tanzania and n Mozambique  
        O. l. additus  Lawson, 1969 coastal s Tanzania to coastal s Mozambique  
        O. l. larvatus  Lichtenstein, 1823 s Zimbabwe to inland s Mozambique and e South Africa  
Black-winged Oriole Oriolus nigripennis  Verreaux, J & Verreaux, E, 1855 AF : w, c  
Black-hooded Oriole Oriolus xanthornus  (Linnaeus, 1758) OR : n India through Southeast Asia to Borneo  
        O. x. xanthornus  (Linnaeus, 1758) n India to n Malay Pen. and Indochina  
        O. x. maderaspatanus  Franklin, 1831 c and s India  
        O. x. ceylonensis  Bonaparte, 1850 Sri Lanka  
        O. x. reubeni  Abdulali, 1977 Andaman Is.  
        O. x. tanakae  Kuroda, 1925 ne Borneo  
Black Oriole Oriolus hosii  Sharpe, 1892 OR : n Borneo  
Black-and-crimson Oriole Oriolus cruentus  (Wagler, 1827) OR : Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Java, Borneo  
        O. c. malayanus  Robinson & Kloss, 1923 Malay Pen.  
        O. c. consanguineus  (Ramsay, RGW, 1881) Sumatra  
        O. c. cruentus  (Wagler, 1827) Java  
        O. c. vulneratus  Sharpe, 1887 n Borneo  
Maroon Oriole Oriolus traillii  (Vigors, 1832) OR : Southeast Asia  
        O. t. traillii  (Vigors, 1832) Himalayas to s China, n Indochina and n Thailand  
        O. t. robinsoni  Delacour, 1927 s Indochina  
        O. t. nigellicauda  (Swinhoe, 1870) Hainan I.  
        O. t. ardens  (Swinhoe, 1862) Taiwan  
Silver Oriole Oriolus mellianus  Stresemann, 1922 OR : sc China  
       
Drongos (26)
Family Dicruridae
   
Pygmy Drongo Chaetorhynchus papuensis  Meyer, AB, 1874 AU : New Guinea TAX : Relationships of Pygmy (=Mountain) Drongo uncertain; may be a whistler (Gregory, pers. comm)
Square-tailed Drongo Dicrurus ludwigii  (Smith, A, 1834) AF : widespread  
        D. l. sharpei  Oustalet, 1879 Senegal to w Kenya, n DR Congo and n Angola  
        D. l. muenzneri  Reichenow, 1915 s Somalia and se Kenya to s Tanzania  
        D. l. saturnus  Clancey, 1976 c Angola, se DR Congo and n Zambia  
        D. l. tephrogaster  Clancey, 1975 s Malawi, e Zimbabwe and Mozambique  
        D. l. ludwigii  (Smith, A, 1834) Swaziland, s Mozambique and e South Africa  
Shining Drongo Dicrurus atripennis  Swainson, 1837 AF : w, c  
Fork-tailed Drongo Dicrurus adsimilis  (Bechstein, 1794) AF : widespread  
        D. a. divaricatus  (Lichtenstein, 1823) Mauritania to Guinea e to Somalia and n Kenya  
        D. a. fugax  Peters, W, 1868 Uganda and Kenya s to ne South Africa and Swaziland  
        D. a. apivorus  Clancey, 1976 se Gabon and Congo to n South Africa  
        D. a. adsimilis  (Bechstein, 1794) w Swaziland and e and s South Africa  
Velvet-mantled Drongo Dicrurus modestus  Hartlaub, 1849 AF : w, c TAX : Includes Principe Drongo pending full revision of this species complex (Borrow comm)
        D. m. atactus  Oberholser, 1899 Sierra Leone to sw Nigeria  
        D. m. coracinus  Verreaux, J & Verreaux, E, 1851 s Nigeria to Kenya, c DR Congo and nw Angola  
        D. m. modestus  Hartlaub, 1849 Principe I. (Gulf of Guinea)  
Grand Comoro Drongo Dicrurus fuscipennis  (Milne-Edwards & Oustalet, 1887) AF : Comoros  
Aldabra Drongo Dicrurus aldabranus  (Ridgway, 1893) AF : Aldabra Island  
Crested Drongo Dicrurus forficatus  (Linnaeus, 1766) AF : Madagascar region  
        D. f. forficatus  (Linnaeus, 1766) Madagascar and nearby islands  
        D. f. potior  (Bangs & Penard, TE, 1922) Anjouan I. (c Comoros)  
Mayotte Drongo Dicrurus waldenii  Schlegel, 1865 AF : Comoros  
Black Drongo Dicrurus macrocercus  Vieillot, 1817 OR : widespread  
        D. m. albirictus  (Hodgson, 1836) se Iran and e Afghanistan to n India, se Tibet and nw Burma  
        D. m. macrocercus  Vieillot, 1817 se Pakistan, c and s India  
        D. m. minor  Blyth, 1850 Sri Lanka  
        D. m. cathoecus  Swinhoe, 1871 c, e and s China to e Burma, n Thailand and n Indochina  
        D. m. thai  Kloss, 1921 s Burma to a Indochina  
        D. m. harterti  Baker, ECS, 1918 Taiwan  
        D. m. javanus  Kloss, 1921 Java and Bali  
Ashy Drongo Dicrurus leucophaeus  Vieillot, 1817 OR : widespread  
        D. l. leucogenis  (Walden, 1870) c, n and e China  
        D. l. salangensis  Reichenow, 1890 se China  
        D. l. longicaudatus  Jerdon, 1862 e Afghanistan to c Himalayas  
        D. l. hopwoodi  Baker, ECS, 1918 e Himalayas through s China and n Burma to ne Indochina  
        D. l. innexus  (Swinhoe, 1870) Hainan I. (off se China)  
        D. l. mouhoti  (Walden, 1870) sw and c Burma to c Indochina  
        D. l. bondi  Meyer de Schauensee, 1937 c Thailand through s Indochina  
        D. l. nigrescens  Oates, 1889 s and se Burma and the Malay Pen.  
        D. l. batakensis  (Robinson & Kloss, 1919) n Sumatra  
        D. l. phaedrus  (Reichenow, 1904) s Sumatra  
        D. l. periophthalmicus  (Salvadori, 1894) Sipura and Pagai Is. (off w Sumatra)  
        D. l. celaenus  Oberholser, 1912 Simeulue I. (off w Sumatra)  
        D. l. siberu  Chasen & Kloss, 1926 Siberut I. (off w Sumatra)  
        D. l. stigmatops  (Sharpe, 1879) n Borneo  
        D. l. leucophaeus  Vieillot, 1817 Java, Bali, Lombok and the sw Philippines  
White-bellied Drongo Dicrurus caerulescens  (Linnaeus, 1758) OR : India, Sri Lanka  
        D. c. caerulescens  (Linnaeus, 1758) s Nepal to w and s India  
        D. c. insularis  (Sharpe, 1877) n Sri Lanka  
        D. c. leucopygialis  Blyth, 1846 s Sri Lanka  
Crow-billed Drongo Dicrurus annectans  (Hodgson, 1836) OR : e Himalayas to Southeast Asia  
Bronzed Drongo Dicrurus aeneus  Vieillot, 1817 OR : widespread  
        D. a. aeneus  Vieillot, 1817 India and c Himalayas through s China and Burma to n Malay Pen.  
        D. a. malayensis  (Blyth, 1846) s Malay Pen., Sumatra and Borneo  
        D. a. braunianus  (Swinhoe, 1863) Taiwan  
Lesser Racket-tailed Drongo Dicrurus remifer  (Temminck, 1823) OR : widespread  
        D. r. tectirostris  (Hodgson, 1836) s Himalayas through s China to n Indochina  
        D. r. peracensis  (Baker, ECS, 1918) s Burma to s Indochina  
        D. r. lefoli  (Delacour & Jabouille, 1928) s Cambodia  
        D. r. remifer  (Temminck, 1823) Sumatra and Java  
Balicassiao Dicrurus balicassius  (Linnaeus, 1766) OR : Philippines  
        D. b. abraensis  Vaurie, 1947 n Luzon  
        D. b. balicassius  (Linnaeus, 1766) n and c Phillipines  
        D. b. mirabilis  Walden & Layard, EL, 1872 wc Philippines  
Hair-crested Drongo Dicrurus hottentottus  (Linnaeus, 1766) OR : widespread, also Sulawesi and Moluccas  
        D. h. brevirostris  (Cabanis, 1851) c and s China to n Burma and n Indochina  
        D. h. hottentottus  (Linnaeus, 1766) India through c Burma to s Indochina  
        D. h. faberi  Hoogerwerf, 1962 w Java (Panaitan I. and islands in Jakarta Bay)  
        D. h. jentincki  (Vorderman, 1893) e Java, Bali and islands of the Java Sea  
        D. h. borneensis  (Sharpe, 1879) Borneo  
        D. h. palawanensis  Tweeddale, 1878 Palawan (w Philippines)  
        D. h. samarensis  Vaurie, 1947 ec Philippines  
        D. h. striatus  Tweeddale, 1877 s Philippines  
        D. h. cuyensis  (McGregor, 1903) wc Philippines  
        D. h. suluensis  Hartert, 1902 Sulu Arch. (sw Philippines)  
        D. h. guillemardi  (Salvadori, 1890) Obi I. (c Moluccas)  
        D. h. banggaiensis  Vaurie, 1952 Banggai Is. (off e Sulawesi)  
        D. h. pectoralis  Wallace, 1863 Sula Is.  
        D. h. leucops  Wallace, 1865 Sulawesi and nearby islands  
Tablas Drongo Dicrurus menagei  (Bourns & Worcester, 1894) OR : Tablas (c Philippines) AS : Tablas Drongo Dicrurus menagei is split from Hair-crested Drongo species complex D.hottentottus (Allen 2006, Rocamora & Yeatman-Berthelot 2009, BLI 4, Rheindt & Hutchinson 2007 , Rheindt et al 2010)
Sumatran Drongo Dicrurus sumatranus  Ramsay, RGW, 1880 OR : Sumatra AS : Dicrurus sumatranus is split from D.hottentottus (Sibley & Monroe 1990, King 1997, HBW 14)
        D. s. sumatranus  Ramsay, RGW, 1880 Sumatra  
        D. s. viridinitens  (Salvadori, 1894) Mentawai Is. (off w Sumatra)  
Wallacean Drongo Dicrurus densus  (Bonaparte, 1850) OR : Lesser Sundas, Moluccas AS : Dicrurus densus is split from D.hottentottus (Sibley & Monroe 1990, King 1997, HBW 14)
        D. d. vicinus  Rensch, 1928 Lombok (w Lesser Sundas)  
        D. d. bimaensis  Wallace, 1864 Sumbawa, Komodo, Rinca, Flores, Pantar, Alor and Gunungapi (Lesser Sundas)  
        D. d. sumbae  Rensch, 1931 Sumba (s Lesser Sundas)  
        D. d. densus  (Bonaparte, 1850) Roti, Timor, Wetar and Sermata (Lesser Sundas)  
        D. d. kuehni  Hartert, 1901 Tanimbar Is. (e Lesser Sundas)  
        D. d. megalornis  Gray, GR, 1858 se Moluccas  
Sulawesi Drongo Dicrurus montanus  (Riley, 1919) AU : Sulawesi  
Spangled Drongo Dicrurus bracteatus  Gould, 1843 AU : widespread, also Philippines  
        D. b. amboinensis  Gray, GR, 1861 Seram, Ambon, Haruku and Saparua (s Moluccas)  
        D. b. buruensis  Hartert, 1919 Buru I. (sw Moluccas)  
        D. b. morotensis  Vaurie, 1946 Morotai I. (n Moluccas)  
        D. b. atrocaeruleus  Gray, GR, 1861 Halmahera and Bacan Is. (n Moluccas) and Kafiau I. (w Papuan islands)  
        D. b. carbonarius  Bonaparte, 1850 New Guinea and nearby islands and archipelagos  
        D. b. baileyi  Mathews, 1912 n Australia  
        D. b. atrabectus  Schodde & Mason, 1999 ne Australia  
        D. b. bracteatus  Gould, 1843 e Australia  
        D. b. laemostictus  Sclater, PL, 1877 New Britain (Bismarck Arch.)  
        D. b. meeki  Rothschild & Hartert, 1903 Guadalcanal (s Solomons)  
        D. b. longirostris  Ramsay, EP, 1882 San Cristobal (s Solomons)  
Paradise Drongo Dicrurus megarhynchus  (Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) AU : Bismarck Archipelago ENG : Change English name of Dicrurus megarhynchus to Paradise Drongo (Gregory 2009)
Andaman Drongo Dicrurus andamanensis  Beavan, 1867 OR : Andaman Islands  
        D. a. dicruriformis  (Hume, 1873) Great Coco and Table Is. (n Andamans)  
        D. a. andamanensis  Beavan, 1867 main Andaman Islands  
Greater Racket-tailed Drongo Dicrurus paradiseus  (Linnaeus, 1766) OR : widespread  
        D. p. grandis  (Gould, 1836) n India through w and n Burma and s China to n Indochina  
        D. p. rangoonensis  (Gould, 1836) c India through Bangladesh, c Burma and n Thailand to c Indochina  
        D. p. paradiseus  (Linnaeus, 1766) s India to s Thailand, n Malay Pen. and s Indochina  
        D. p. johni  (Hartert, 1902) Hainan I. (off se China)  
        D. p. ceylonicus  Vaurie, 1949 Sri Lanka  
        D. p. otiosus  (Richmond, 1902) Andaman Is.  
        D. p. nicobariensis  (Baker, ECS, 1918) Nicobar Is.  
        D. p. hypoballus  (Oberholser, 1926) c Malay Pen.  
        D. p. platurus  Vieillot, 1817 s Malay Pen., Sumatra and nearby islands  
        D. p. microlophus  (Oberholser, 1917) islands in the South China Sea  
        D. p. brachyphorus  (Bonaparte, 1850) Borneo  
        D. p. banguey  (Chasen & Kloss, 1929) islands off n Borneo  
        D. p. formosus  (Cabanis, 1851) Java  
Sri Lanka Drongo Dicrurus lophorinus  Vieillot, 1817 OR : Sri Lanka AS : Split Dicrurus lophorinus from unrelated D. paradiseus (Rasmussen & Anderton 2005)
       
Fantails (49)
Family Rhipiduridae
   
Mindanao Blue Fantail Rhipidura superciliaris  (Sharpe, 1877) OR : Philippines ENG : Change English name of Rhipidura superciliaris to Mindanao Fantail with split of Visayan Fantail (Sánchez-González & Moyle 2011)
        R. s. apo  Hachisuka, 1930 Mindanao except w  
        R. s. superciliaris  (Sharpe, 1877) Basilan and w Mindanao  
Visayan Blue Fantail Rhipidura samarensis  (Steere, 1890) : Bohol, Leyte and Samar (Philippines) AS : Split Visayan Blue Fantail R. samarensis from [Mindanao] Blue Fantail R.superciliaris (Sánchez-González & Moyle 2011)
Blue-headed Fantail Rhipidura cyaniceps  (Cassin, 1855) OR : Philippines  
        R. c. pinicola  Parkes, 1958 nw Luzon  
        R. c. cyaniceps  (Cassin, 1855) e, c and s Luzon and Catanduanes (Philippines)  
Tablas Fantail Rhipidura sauli  Bourns & Worcester, 1894 OR : Tablas I. (c Philippines) AS : Split Tablas Fantail R.sauli from Blue-headed Fantail (Sánchez-González & Moyle 2011)
Visayan Fantail Rhipidura albiventris  (Sharpe, 1877) OR : Ticao, Masbate, Panay, Guimaras and Negros (c Philippines) AS : Split Visayan Fantail R. albiventris from Blue-headed Fantail (Sánchez-González & Moyle 2011)
White-throated Fantail Rhipidura albicollis  (Vieillot, 1818) OR : widespread  
        R. a. canescens  (Koelz, 1939) w Himalayas  
        R. a. albicollis  (Vieillot, 1818) c Himalayas, Bangladesh and e India  
        R. a. stanleyi  Baker, ECS, 1916 e Himalayas, ne India and w Burma  
        R. a. orissae  Ripley, 1955 ec India  
        R. a. celsa  Riley, 1929 se Tibet through s China and e Burma and n Thailand to n Indochina  
        R. a. cinerascens  Delacour, 1927 se Thailand and s Indochina  
        R. a. atrata  Salvadori, 1879 Malay Pen. and Sumatra  
        R. a. sarawacensis  Chasen, 1941 Sarawak (nw Borneo)  
        R. a. kinabalu  Chasen, 1941 Sabah and Brunei (n Borneo)  
White-spotted Fantail Rhipidura albogularis  (Lesson, 1832) OR : s India AS : Rhipidura albogularis is split from R. albicollis (Rasmussen & Anderton 2005).
        R. a. albogularis  (Lesson, 1832) peninsular India  
        R. a. vernayi  (Whistler, 1931) se India  
White-bellied Fantail Rhipidura euryura  Müller, S, 1843 OR : Java  
White-browed Fantail Rhipidura aureola  Lesson, 1831 OR : widespread  
        R. a. aureola  Lesson, 1831 e Pakistan, n India and s Nepal s to c India  
        R. a. compressirostris  (Blyth, 1849) s India and Sri Lanka  
        R. a. burmanica  (Hume, 1880) Burma and s China to s Indochina  
Malaysian Pied Fantail Rhipidura javanica  (Sparrman, 1788) OR : Southeast Asia, Sumatra  
        R. j. longicauda  Wallace, 1865 Southeast Asia, Sumatra, Borneo and nearby islands  
        R. j. javanica  (Sparrman, 1788) Java and Bali  
Philippine Pied Fantail Rhipidura nigritorquis  Vigors, 1831 OR : Philippines AS : Split Philippine Pied Fantail R.nigritorquis from [Malaysian] Pied Fantail (Sánchez-González & Moyle 2011)
Spotted Fantail Rhipidura perlata  Müller, S, 1843 OR : Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Borneo  
Willie Wagtail Rhipidura leucophrys  (Latham, 1801) AU : widespread  
        R. l. melaleuca  (Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) Moluccas, New Guinea, Bismarck Arch., Solomon Is. and islands in the n Torres Strait  
        R. l. picata  Gould, 1848 n Australia  
        R. l. leucophrys  (Latham, 1801) Australia except for the north  
Brown-capped Fantail Rhipidura diluta  Wallace, 1864 AU : Lesser Sundas  
        R. d. sumbawensis  Büttikofer, 1892 Sumbawa I.  
        R. d. diluta  Wallace, 1864 Flores and Lomblen Is.  
Cinnamon-tailed Fantail Rhipidura fuscorufa  Sclater, PL, 1883 AU : Tanimbar Islands  
Northern Fantail Rhipidura rufiventris  (Vieillot, 1818) AU : widespread  
        R. r. tenkatei  Büttikofer, 1892 Roti I. (Lesser Sundas)  
        R. r. rufiventris  (Vieillot, 1818) Timor (Lesser Sundas)  
        R. r. pallidiceps  Hartert, 1904 Wetar I. (Lesser Sundas)  
        R. r. hoedti  Büttikofer, 1892 Romang, Damar, Leti, Moa and Sermata Is. (Lesser Sundas)  
        R. r. assimilis  Gray, GR, 1858 Tayandu and Kai Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
        R. r. finitima  Hartert, 1918 Watubela Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
        R. r. bouruensis  Wallace, 1863 Buru I. (sw Moluccas)  
        R. r. cinerea  Wallace, 1865 Seram and Ambon Is. (s Moluccas)  
        R. r. obiensis  Salvadori, 1876 Obi I. (c Moluccas)  
        R. r. vidua  Salvadori & Turati, 1874 Kofiau I. (w Papuan island)  
        R. r. gularis  Müller, S, 1843 w Papuan islands, New Guinea and other nearby islands  
        R. r. kordensis  Meyer, AB, 1874 Biak I. (off nw New Guinea)  
        R. r. nigromentalis  Hartert, 1898 Louisiade Arch.  
        R. r. finschii  Salvadori, 1882 New Britain and Duke of York Is. (Bismarck Arch.)  
        R. r. setosa  (Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) New Ireland, New Hanover and Djaul Is. (Bismarck Arch.)  
        R. r. gigantea  Stresemann, 1933 Lihir and Tabar Is. (Bismarck Arch.)  
        R. r. tangensis  Mayr, 1955 Boang and Tanga Is. (Bismarck Arch.)  
        R. r. niveiventris  Rothschild & Hartert, 1914 Admiralty Is. (Bismarck Arch.)  
        R. r. mussai  Rothschild & Hartert, 1924 St. Matthias Is. (Bismarck Arch.)  
        R. r. isura  Gould, 1841 n Australia  
Cockerell's Fantail Rhipidura cockerelli  (Ramsay, EP, 1879) AU : Solomon Islands ENG : Change English name of Rhipidura cockerelli to Cockerell's Fantail (Gregory 2009)
        R. c. septentrionalis  Rothschild & Hartert, 1916 Buka, Bougainville and Shortland Is (w Solomon Is.)  
        R. c. interposita  Rothschild & Hartert, 1916 Choiseul and Santa Isabel Is. (nc Solomon Is.)  
        R. c. lavellae  Rothschild & Hartert, 1916 Vella Lavella and Ranongga Is. (sc Solomon Is.)  
        R. c. albina  Rothschild & Hartert, 1901 Kolombangara, New Georgia, Vangunu, Rendova and Tetepare Is. (sc Solomon Is.)  
        R. c. floridana  Mayr, 1931 Nggela Is. (c Solomon Is.)  
        R. c. coultasi  Mayr, 1931 Malaita I. (e Solomon Is.)  
        R. c. cockerelli  (Ramsay, EP, 1879) Guadalcanal (s Solomon Is.)  
Sooty Thicket Fantail Rhipidura threnothorax  Müller, S, 1843 AU : New Guinea  
        R. t. threnothorax  Müller, S, 1843 w Papuan islands, New Guinea and Aru I. (sw of New Guinea)  
        R. t. fumosa  Schlegel, 1871 Yapen I. (off nw New Guinea)  
Black Thicket Fantail Rhipidura maculipectus  Gray, GR, 1858 AU : New Guinea  
White-bellied Thicket Fantail Rhipidura leucothorax  Salvadori, 1874 AU : New Guinea  
        R. l. leucothorax  Salvadori, 1874 w to nc and se New Guinea  
        R. l. episcopalis  Ramsay, EP, 1878 e New Guinea  
        R. l. clamosa  Diamond, 1967 ec New Guinea  
Black Fantail Rhipidura atra  Salvadori, 1876 AU : New Guinea  
        R. a. atra  Salvadori, 1876 mountains of nw and nc to se New Guinea  
        R. a. vulpes  Mayr, 1931 Cyclops Mt. (nc New Guinea)  
Chestnut-bellied Fantail Rhipidura hyperythra  Gray, GR, 1858 AU : New Guinea  
        R. h. hyperythra  Gray, GR, 1858 Aru Is. (off sw New Guinea)  
        R. h. muelleri  Meyer, AB, 1874 w and c New Guinea, Yapen I.  
        R. h. castaneothorax  Ramsay, EP, 1879 se New Guinea  
Friendly Fantail Rhipidura albolimbata  Salvadori, 1874 AU : New Guinea  
        R. a. albolimbata  Salvadori, 1874 nw, n and e New Guinea  
        R. a. lorentzi  van Oort, 1909 c New Guinea  
Grey Fantail Rhipidura albiscapa  Gould, 1840 AU : Australia, Solomon Islands, Loyalty Islands, Vanuatu, New Caledonia  
        R. a. brenchleyi  Sharpe, 1879 San Cristobal I. (se Solomon Is.), Banks Is. and Vanuatu  
        R. a. bulgeri  Layard, EL, 1877 New Caledonia and Lifou Is. (Loyalty Is.)  
        R. a. keasti  Ford, 1981 ne Australia  
        R. a. pelzelni  Gray, GR, 1862 Norfolk I.  
        R. a. alisteri  Mathews, 1911 ec, se and sc Australia  
        R. a. albiscapa  Gould, 1840 Tasmania and islands of the Bass Strait  
        R. a. preissi  Cabanis, 1850 sw Australia  
        R. a. albicauda  North, 1895 wc and c Australia  
New Zealand Fantail Rhipidura fuliginosa  (Sparrman, 1787) AU : New Zealand  
        R. f. fuliginosa  (Sparrman, 1787) Stewart and South Is.  
        R. f. placabilis  Bangs, 1921 North I.  
        R. f. penita  Bangs, 1911 Chatham I.  
        R. f. cervina 
†  Ramsay, EP, 1879
Lord Howe I.  
Mangrove Fantail Rhipidura phasiana  De Vis, 1885 AU : s New Guinea, n Australia  
Brown Fantail Rhipidura drownei  Mayr, 1931 AU : Solomon Islands  
        R. d. drownei  Mayr, 1931 Bougainville  
        R. d. ocularis  Mayr, 1931 Guadalcanal  
Makira Fantail Rhipidura tenebrosa  Ramsay, EP, 1882 AU : Solomon Islands  
Rennell Fantail Rhipidura rennelliana  Mayr, 1931 AU : Solomon Islands  
Streaked Fantail Rhipidura verreauxi  Marie, 1870 PO : Fiji Islands to New Caledonia TAX : Change Species name of Rhipidura spilodera to Rhipidura verreauxi, which has precedence (Dickinson & Watling 2006)
        R. v. spilodera  Gray, GR, 1870 Banks Is., n and c Vanuatu  
        R. v. verreauxi  Marie, 1870 New Caledonia and Loyalty Is.  
        R. v. rufilateralis  Sharpe, 1879 Taveuni I. (n Fiji I.)  
        R. v. layardi  Salvadori, 1877 Ovalau and Viti Levu Is. (w Fiji Is.)  
        R. v. erythronota  Sharpe, 1879 Vanua Levu and Yanganga Is. (n Fiji Is.)  
Kadavu Fantail Rhipidura personata  Ramsay, EP, 1875 PO : Fiji Islands  
Samoan Fantail Rhipidura nebulosa  Peale, 1848 PO : Samoa  
        R. n. nebulosa  Peale, 1848 Upolu I.  
        R. n. altera  Mayr, 1931 Savaii I.  
Rufous-tailed Fantail Rhipidura phoenicura  Müller, S, 1843 OR : Java  
Black-and-cinnamon Fantail Rhipidura nigrocinnamomea  Hartert, 1903 OR : s Philippines  
        R. n. hutchinsoni  Mearns, 1907 n, w and e Mindanao  
        R. n. nigrocinnamomea  Hartert, 1903 c and s Mindanao  
Dimorphic Fantail Rhipidura brachyrhyncha  Schlegel, 1871 AU : New Guinea  
        R. b. brachyrhyncha  Schlegel, 1871 nw New Guinea  
        R. b. devisi  North, 1898 c and e New Guinea  
Palau Fantail Rhipidura lepida  Hartlaub & Finsch, 1868 PO : Palau Islands  
Streak-breasted Fantail Rhipidura dedemi  van Oort, 1911 AU : s Moluccas  
Tawny-backed Fantail Rhipidura superflua  Hartert, 1899 AU : s Moluccas  
Rusty-bellied Fantail Rhipidura teysmanni  Büttikofer, 1892 AU : Sulawesi  
        R. t. teysmanni  Büttikofer, 1892 sw Sulawesi  
        R. t. toradja  Stresemann, 1931 n, c and se Sulawesi  
        R. t. sulaensis  Neumann, 1939 Sula Is.  
Long-tailed Fantail Rhipidura opistherythra  Sclater, PL, 1883 AU : Lesser Sundas  
Rufous-backed Fantail Rhipidura rufidorsa  Meyer, AB, 1874 AU : New Guinea  
        R. r. rufidorsa  Meyer, AB, 1874 w to ne and sc New Guinea  
        R. r. kubuna  Rand, 1938 s coast of se New Guinea  
        R. r. kumusi  Mathews, 1928 n coast of se New Guinea  
Bismarck Fantail Rhipidura dahli  Reichenow, 1897 AU : Bismarck Archipelago  
        R. d. dahli  Reichenow, 1897 New Britain (Bismarck Arch.)  
        R. d. antonii  Hartert, 1926 New Ireland (Bismarck Arch.)  
Mussau Fantail Rhipidura matthiae  Heinroth, 1902 AU : Bismarck Archipelago  
Malaita Fantail Rhipidura malaitae  Mayr, 1931 AU : Solomon Islands  
Manus Fantail Rhipidura semirubra  Sclater, PL, 1877 AU : Admiralty Islands  
Rufous Fantail Rhipidura rufifrons  (Latham, 1801) AU : widespread  
        R. r. torrida  Wallace, 1865 n Moluccas  
        R. r. uraniae 
†  Oustalet, 1881
Guam (Mariana Is.)  
        R. r. saipanensis  Hartert, 1898 Saipan and Tinian Is. (n Mariana Is.)  
        R. r. mariae  Baker, RH, 1946 Rota I. (n Mariana I.)  
        R. r. versicolor  Hartlaub & Finsch, 1872 Yap I. (w Caroline I.)  
        R. r. agilis  Mayr, 1931 Santa Cruz I. (Santa Cruz I.)  
        R. r. melanolaema  Sharpe, 1879 Vanikolo I. (s Santa Cruz I.)  
        R. r. utupuae  Mayr, 1931 Utupua I. (c Santa Cruz I.)  
        R. r. commoda  Hartert, 1918 nw Solomon Is.  
        R. r. granti  Hartert, 1918 wc Solomon Is.  
        R. r. brunnea  Mayr, 1931 Malaita I. (e Solomon I.)  
        R. r. rufofronta  Ramsay, EP, 1879 Guadalcanal (s Solomons)  
        R. r. ugiensis  Mayr, 1931 Uki I. (n of San Cristobal in the se Solomon Is.)  
        R. r. russata  Tristram, 1879 San Cristobal I. (se Solomon I.)  
        R. r. kuperi  Mayr, 1931 Santa Ana I. (e of San Cristobal in the se Solomon Is.)  
        R. r. louisiadensis  Hartert, 1899 Louisiade Arch. (se of New Guinea)  
        R. r. intermedia  North, 1902 e Australia  
        R. r. rufifrons  (Latham, 1801) se Australia  
Pohnpei Fantail Rhipidura kubaryi  Finsch, 1876 PO : Caroline Islands  
Arafura Fantail Rhipidura dryas  Gould, 1843 AU : Lesser Sundas, sc New Guinea, n Australia  
        R. d. celebensis  Büttikofer, 1892 Tanahjampea and Kalao Is. (in the Flores Sea)  
        R. d. mimosae  Meise, 1929 Kalaotoa I. (in the Flores Sea)  
        R. d. sumbensis  Hartert, 1896 Sumba I. (s Lesser Sundas)  
        R. d. semicollaris  Müller, S, 1843 Flores to Timor (c lesser Sundas)  
        R. d. elegantula  Sharpe, 1879 Romang, Damar, Leti and Moa (e Lesser Sundas)  
        R. d. reichenowi  Finsch, 1901 Babar (extreme e Lesser Sundas)  
        R. d. hamadryas  Sclater, PL, 1883 Tanimbar Is.  
        R. d. squamata  Müller, S, 1843 w Papuan islands and Banda Is.  
        R. d. streptophora  Ogilvie-Grant, 1911 coastal sc New Guinea  
        R. d. dryas  Gould, 1843 coastal n Australia and nearby islands  
Silktail Lamprolia victoriae  Finsch, 1874 PO : Fiji Islands PHY : Lamprolia victoria belongs with the Rhipiduridae, not the Monarchidae (Irestedt et al. 2008)
        L. v. victoriae  Finsch, 1874 Taveuni I. (nc Fiji)  
        L. v. kleinschmidti  Ramsay, EP, 1876 Vanua Levu I. (nw Fiji)  
       
Monarchs (99)
Family Monarchidae
   
Black-naped Monarch Hypothymis azurea  (Boddaert, 1783) OR : widespread, also Sulawesi and Lesser Sundas  
        H. a. styani  (Hartlaub, 1899) India and Nepal to se China and Vietnam  
        H. a. oberholseri  Stresemann, 1913 Taiwan  
        H. a. ceylonensis  Sharpe, 1879 Sri Lanka  
        H. a. tytleri  (Beavan, 1867) Andaman Is.  
        H. a. idiochroa  Oberholser, 1911 Car Nicobar (n Nicobar I.)  
        H. a. nicobarica  Bianchi, 1907 s Nicobar Is.  
        H. a. montana  Riley, 1929 n and c Thailand  
        H. a. galerita  (Deignan, 1956) sw and se Thailand  
        H. a. forrestia  Oberholser, 1911 Mergui Arch. (off w Burma)  
        H. a. prophata  Oberholser, 1911 Malay Pen., Sumatra and Borneo  
        H. a. javana  Chasen & Kloss, 1929 Java  
        H. a. penidae  Meise, 1942 Penida I. (near Bali in the Lesser Sundas)  
        H. a. karimatensis  Chasen & Kloss, 1932 Karimata I. (off w Borneo)  
        H. a. opisthocyanea  Oberholser, 1911 Anamba Is. (in the South China Sea)  
        H. a. gigantoptera  Oberholser, 1911 Bunguran (Natuna Is., South China Sea)  
        H. a. aeria  Bangs & Peters, JL, 1927 Maratua Is. (off e Borneo)  
        H. a. consobrina  Richmond, 1902 Simeulue I. (off nw Sumatra)  
        H. a. leucophila  Oberholser, 1911 Siberut I. (off w Sumatra)  
        H. a. richmondi  Oberholser, 1911 Enggano I. (off sw Sumatra)  
        H. a. abbotti  Richmond, 1902 Reusam and Babi Is. (off nw Sumatra)  
        H. a. symmixta  Stresemann, 1913 w and c Lesser Sundas  
        H. a. azurea  (Boddaert, 1783) Philippines (except Camiguin Sur I.)  
        H. a. catarmanensis  Rand & Rabor, 1969 Camiguin Sur I. (s Philippines)  
Pale-blue Monarch Hypothymis puella  (Wallace, 1863) OR : Sulawesi region  AS : Pale-blue Monarch is split from Black-naped Monarch (H. azurea) (King 1997, HBW 11, Fabre et al 2012).
        H. a. puella  (Wallace, 1863) Sulawesi and nearby islands  
        H. a. blasii  Hartert, 1898 Banggai and Sula Is.  
Short-crested Monarch Hypothymis helenae  (Steere, 1890) OR : Philippines  
        H. h. agusanae  Rand, 1970 Dinagat, Siargao and e Mindanao (ec and se Philippines)  
        H. h. helenae  (Steere, 1890) Luzon, Polillo, Catanduanes and Samar (n Philippines)  
        H. h. personata  (McGregor, 1907) Camiguin Norte (n Philippines)  
Celestial Monarch Hypothymis coelestis  Tweeddale, 1877 OR : Philippines  
        H. c. coelestis  Tweeddale, 1877 Luzon, Samar, Dinagat, Mindanao, Basilan and Tawitawi  
        H. c. rabori  Rand, 1970 Sibuyan and Negros  
Cerulean Paradise Flycatcher Eutrichomyias rowleyi  (Meyer, AB, 1878) AU : Sangihe Island  
Blue-mantled Crested Flycatcher Trochocercus cyanomelas  (Vieillot, 1818) AF : e, se  
        T. c. vivax  Neave, 1909 Uganda and nw Tanzaina to se DR Congo and n and w Zambia  
        T. c. bivittatus  Reichenow, 1879 Somalia to e Tanzania  
        T. c. megalolophus  Swynnerton, 1907 Malawi and n Mozambique to Zimbabwe and e KwaZulu-Natal (ne South Africa)  
        T. c. segregus  Clancey, 1975 e Northern Prov. and w KwaZulu-Natal (ne South Africa)  
        T. c. cyanomelas  (Vieillot, 1818) s and se South Africa  
Blue-headed Crested Flycatcher Trochocercus nitens  Cassin, 1859 AF : w, c  
        T. n. reichenowi  Sharpe, 1904 Guinea to Togo  
        T. n. nitens  Cassin, 1859 Nigeria to s Sudan, Uganda, DR Congo and nw Angola  
Bedford's Paradise Flycatcher Terpsiphone bedfordi  (Ogilvie-Grant, 1907) AF : e DR Congo  
Rufous-vented Paradise Flycatcher Terpsiphone rufocinerea  Cabanis, 1875 AF : wc PL : T. rufocinerea hybridizes with genetically similar T. viridis (HBW 11, Fabre et al 2012)
Red-bellied Paradise Flycatcher Terpsiphone rufiventer  (Swainson, 1837) AF : wc AS : Terpsiphone rufiventer was omitted in error from Version 1.0.
        T. r. rufiventer  (Swainson, 1837) Senegal, Gambia and w Guinea  
        T. r. nigriceps  (Hartlaub, 1855) Sierra Leone and Guinea to Togo and sw Benin  
        T. r. fagani  (Bannerman, 1921) Benin and sw Nigeria  
        T. r. tricolor  (Fraser, 1843) Bioko I. (Gulf of Guinea)  
        T. r. neumanni  Stresemann, 1924 se Nigeria to n Angola  
        T. r. schubotzi  (Reichenow, 1911) se Cameroon and sw Central African Republic  
        T. r. mayombe  (Chapin, 1932) Congo and w DR Congo  
        T. r. somereni  Chapin, 1948 w and s Uganda  
        T. r. emini  Reichenow, 1893 se Uganda, w Kenya and nw Tanzania  
        T. r. ignea  (Reichenow, 1901) e Central African Republic, DR Congo, ne Angola and nw Zambia  
Annobon Paradise Flycatcher Terpsiphone smithii  (Fraser, 1843) AF : Annobon Is. AS : Terpsiphone smithii is split from T.rufiventer (Sinclair and Ryan 2003)
Bates's Paradise Flycatcher Terpsiphone batesi  Chapin, 1921 AF : c, ec  
        T. b. batesi  Chapin, 1921 s Cameroon and Gabon to e DR Congo  
        T. b. bannermani  Chapin, 1948 Congo, sw DR Congo and n Angola  
African Paradise Flycatcher Terpsiphone viridis  (Statius Müller, 1776) AF : widespread, also Arabian Peninsula  
        T. v. harterti  (Meinertzhagen, 1923) s Arabian Pen.  
        T. v. viridis  (Statius Müller, 1776) Senegal and Gambia to Sierra Leone  
        T. v. speciosa  (Cassin, 1859) s Cameroon to sw Sudan, DR Congo and ne Angola  
        T. v. ferreti  (Guérin-Méneville, 1843) Mali and the Ivory Coast to Somalia, Kenya and Tanzania  
        T. v. restricta  (Salomonsen, 1933) s Uganda  
        T. v. kivuensis  Salomonsen, 1949 sw Uganda to e DR Congo and nw Tanzania  
        T. v. suahelica  Reichenow, 1898 w Kenya and n Tanzania  
        T. v. ungujaensis  (Grant & Mackworth-Praed, 1947) e Tanzania and nearby islands  
        T. v. plumbeiceps  Reichenow, 1898 Angola to sw Tanzania, Mozambique and n South Africa  
        T. v. granti  (Roberts, 1948) e and s South Africa  
Asian Paradise Flycatcher Terpsiphone paradisi  (Linnaeus, 1758) OR : widespread, also Lesser Sundas  
        T. p. leucogaster  (Swainson, 1838) n Afghanistan and w China to nc India and w Nepal  
        T. p. saturatior  (Salomonsen, 1933) e Nepal, ne India, e Bangladesh and n Burma  
        T. p. paradisi  (Linnaeus, 1758) c and s India, c Bangladesh and sw Burma  
        T. p. ceylonensis  (Zarudny & Härms, 1912) Sri Lanka  
        T. p. nicobarica  Oates, 1890 Nicobar Is.  
        T. p. incei  (Gould, 1852) c China to ne China, se Russia and North Korea  
        T. p. burmae  (Salomonsen, 1933) c Burma  
        T. p. indochinensis  (Salomonsen, 1933) e Burma and s China to Indochina  
        T. p. affinis  (Blyth, 1846) Malay Pen. and Sumatra  
        T. p. procera  (Richmond, 1903) Simeulue I. (off nw Sumatra)  
        T. p. insularis  Salvadori, 1887 Nias I. (off nw Sumatra)  
        T. p. borneensis  (Hartert, 1916) Borneo  
        T. p. sumbaensis  Meyer, AB, 1894 Sumba I. (s Lesser Sundas)  
        T. p. floris  Büttikofer, 1894 Sumbawa, Alor, Lomblen and Flores Is. (c Lesser Sundas)  
Japanese Paradise Flycatcher Terpsiphone atrocaudata  (Eyton, 1839) EU : e, also Philippines  
        T. a. atrocaudata  (Eyton, 1839) c and s Korea, Japan and Taiwan  
        T. a. illex  Bangs, 1901 Ryukyu Is.  
        T. a. periophthalmica  (Ogilvie-Grant, 1895) Lanyu I. (off of Taiwan) and Batan Is. (n Philippines)  
Blue Paradise Flycatcher Terpsiphone cyanescens  (Sharpe, 1877) OR : Philippines  
Rufous Paradise Flycatcher Terpsiphone cinnamomea  (Sharpe, 1877) OR : Philippines  
        T. c. unirufa  Salomonsen, 1937 n Philippines  
        T. c. cinnamomea  (Sharpe, 1877) s Philippines  
        T. c. talautensis  Meyer, AB & Wiglesworth, 1894 Talaud Is. (s of the Philippines)  
Sao Tome Paradise Flycatcher Terpsiphone atrochalybeia  (Thomson, 1842) AF : São Tomé  
Malagasy Paradise Flycatcher Terpsiphone mutata  (Linnaeus, 1766) AF : Madagascar region  
        T. m. mutata  (Linnaeus, 1766) e Madagascar  
        T. m. singetra  (Salomonsen, 1933) n, w and s Madagascar  
        T. m. pretiosa  (Lesson, 1847) Maore (Mayotte I. in e Comoros)  
        T. m. vulpina  (Newton, E, 1877) Ndzuani (Anjouan I. in c Comoros)  
        T. m. voeltzkowiana  Stresemann, 1924 Mwali I. (Mohéli I. in wc Comoros)  
        T. m. comorensis  Milne-Edwards & Oustalet, 1885 Njazidja (Grand Comoro I. in w Comoros)  
Seychelles Paradise Flycatcher Terpsiphone corvina  (Newton, E, 1867) IO : Seychelles Islands  
Mascarene Paradise Flycatcher Terpsiphone bourbonnensis  (Statius Müller, 1776) IO : La Réunion, Mauritius  
        T. b. bourbonnensis  (Statius Müller, 1776) La Réunion  
        T. b. desolata  (Salomonsen, 1933) Mauritius  
Kauai Elepaio Chasiempis sclateri  Ridgway, 1882 PO : Kauai, Hawaiian Islands AS : Elepaios of Hawaiian Islands are split into three species (NACC 2010)
Oahu Elepaio Chasiempis ibidis  Stejneger, 1887 PO : Oahu, Hawaiian Islands AS : Elepaios of Hawaiian Islands are split into three species (NACC 2010)
Hawaii Elepaio Chasiempis sandwichensis  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) PO : Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands ENG : Expanded English name (Hawaiian) Elepaio Follows AOU splits of Kauai and Oahu Elepaios
        C. s. sandwichensis  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) drier areas of Hawaii  
        C. s. ridgwayi  Stejneger, 1887 wetter areas of Hawaii  
        C. s. bryani  Pratt, 1979 Mauna Kea I.  
Rarotonga Monarch Pomarea dimidiata  (Hartlaub & Finsch, 1871) PO : Cook Islands  
Tahiti Monarch Pomarea nigra  (Sparrman, 1786) PO : Tahiti  
Maupiti Monarch Pomarea pomarea 
†  (Lesson & Garnot, 1828)
PO : Maupiti I. (Society Islands) EXT, AS : Pomarea pomerea is split from P. nigra following Cibois et al. (2004) 
Marquesan Monarch Pomarea mendozae  (Hartlaub, 1854) PO : c Marquesas Islands  
        P. m. mendozae 
†  (Hartlaub, 1854)
Tahuata and Hiva Oa Is.  
        P. m. motanensis  Murphy & Mathews, 1928 Motane I.  
Ua Pou Monarch Pomarea mira   Murphy & Mathews, 1928 PO : Ua Pou I. (Marquesas Islands) AS : Pomarea mira is split from P. mendozae following Cibois et al. (2004); considered to be extant based on a recent sighting (BLI, Raust 2010)
Nuku Hiva Monarch Pomarea nukuhivae 
†  Murphy & Mathews, 1928
PO : Nuku Hiva I. (Marquesas Islands) EXT, AS : Pomarea nukuhivae is split from P. mendozae following Cibois et al. (2004)
Iphis Monarch Pomarea iphis  Murphy & Mathews, 1928 PO : Ua Huka I. (Marquesas Islands)  
Eiao Monarch Pomarea fluxa †  Murphy & Mathews, 1928 PO : Eioa I. (Marquesas Islands) EXT, AS : Pomarea fluxa is split from P. iphis following Cibois et al. (2004)
Fatu Hiva Monarch Pomarea whitneyi  Murphy & Mathews, 1928 PO : Marquesas Islands  
Vanikoro Monarch Mayrornis schistaceus  Mayr, 1933 AU : Santa Cruz Is  
Versicolored Monarch Mayrornis versicolor  Mayr, 1933 PO : Fiji Islands  
Slaty Monarch Mayrornis lessoni  (Gray, GR, 1846) PO : Fiji Islands  
        M. l. lessoni  (Gray, GR, 1846) w and c Fiji Is.  
        M. l. orientalis  Mayr, 1933 e Fiji Is.  
Buff-bellied Monarch Neolalage banksiana  (Gray, GR, 1870) AU : Vanuatu  
Southern Shrikebill Clytorhynchus pachycephaloides  Elliot, 1870 AU : Vanuatu, New Caledonia  
        C. p. pachycephaloides  Elliot, 1870 New Caledonia  
        C. p. grisescens  Sharpe, 1899 Banks Is. (Vanuatu)  
Fiji Shrikebill Clytorhynchus vitiensis  (Hartlaub, 1866) PO : Fiji Islands, Tonga, Samoa  
        C. v. wiglesworthi  Mayr, 1933 Rotuma I. (n Fiji)  
        C. v. compressirostris  (Layard, EL, 1876) Kadavu, Ono and Vanua Kula (sw Fiji)  
        C. v. vitiensis  (Hartlaub, 1866) w Fiji  
        C. v. buensis  (Layard, EL, 1876) Vana Levu and Kioa Is. (n Fiji)  
        C. v. layardi  Mayr, 1933 Taveuni (c Fiji)  
        C. v. pontifex  Mayr, 1933 Ngamia and Rambi Is. (n Fiji)  
        C. v. vatuanus  Mayr, 1933 n Lau Arch. (e Fiji)  
        C. v. nesiotes  (Wetmore, 1919) s Lau Arch. (e Fiji)  
        C. v. fortunae  (Layard, EL, 1876) Fotuna and Alofa Is. (ne of Fiji)  
        C. v. heinei  (Finsch & Hartlaub, 1870) c Tonga Is.  
        C. v. keppeli  Mayr, 1933 Niuatoputapu and Tafahi Is. (n Tonga)  
        C. v. powelli  (Salvin, 1879) Samoa  
Black-throated Shrikebill Clytorhynchus nigrogularis  (Layard, EL, 1875) PO : Fiji Islands  
Santa Cruz Shrikebill Clytorhynchus sanctaecrucis  Mayr, 1933 PO : Santa Cruz Is., Solomon Islands AS : C.sanctaecrucis is split from C. nigrogularis (Dutson 2006, BLI).
Rennell Shrikebill Clytorhynchus hamlini  (Mayr, 1931) AU : Solomon Islands  
Chuuk Monarch Metabolus rugensis  (Hombron & Jacquinot, 1841) PO : Caroline Islands  
Black Monarch Symposiachrus axillaris  (Salvadori, 1876) AU : New Guinea  
        S. a. axillaris  (Salvadori, 1876) nw New Guinea  
        S. a. fallax  (Ramsay, EP, 1885) wc to se New Guinea and Goodenough I. (D'Entrecasteaux Arch.)  
Spot-winged Monarch Symposiachrus guttula  (Lesson & Garnot, 1829) AU : New Guinea  
Black-bibbed Monarch Symposiachrus mundus  (Sclater, PL, 1883) AU : Lesser Sundas  
Flores Monarch Symposiachrus sacerdotum  (Mees, 1973) AU : Lesser Sundas  
Black-chinned Monarch Symposiachrus boanensis  (van Bemmel, 1939) AU : s Moluccas  
Spectacled Monarch Symposiachrus trivirgatus  (Temminck, 1826) AU : widespread  
        S. t. trivirgatus  (Temminck, 1826) c and e Lesser Sundas  
        S. t. nigrimentum  (Gray, GR, 1861) s Moluccas  
        S. t. bernsteinii  (Salvadori, 1878) Salawati I. (off w New Guinea)  
        S. t. melanopterus  (Gray, GR, 1858) Louisiade Arch.  
        S. t. albiventris  (Gould, 1866) s New Guinea, islands in the Torres Strait and Cape York Pen. (ne Australia)  
        S. t. melanorrhous  (Schodde & Mason, 1999) ne Queensland (ne Australia)  
        S. t. gouldii  (Gray, GR, 1861) e Australia  
Moluccan Monarch Symposiachrus bimaculatus  (Gray, GR, 1861) AU : n Moluccas  
        S. b. bimaculatus  (Gray, GR, 1861) Morotai, Halmahera and Bacan Is.  
        S. b. diadematus  (Salvadori, 1878) Bisa and Obi Is.  
White-tailed Monarch Symposiachrus leucurus  (Gray, GR, 1858) AU : Kai Islands  
White-tipped Monarch Symposiachrus everetti  (Hartert, 1896) AU : Lesser Sundas  
Black-tipped Monarch Symposiachrus loricatus  (Wallace, 1863) AU : s Moluccas  
Kofiau Monarch Symposiachrus julianae  (Ripley, 1959) AU : Kofiau Island  
Biak Monarch Symposiachrus brehmii  (Schlegel, 1871) AU : Biak Island  
Hooded Monarch Symposiachrus manadensis  (Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) AU : New Guinea  
Manus Monarch Symposiachrus infelix  (Sclater, PL, 1877) AU : Admiralty Islands  
        S. i. infelix  (Sclater, PL, 1877) Manus I.  
        S. i. coultasi  (Mayr, 1955) Rambutyo and Tong Is.  
Mussau Monarch Symposiachrus menckei  (Heinroth, 1902) AU : Bismarck Archipelago  
Black-tailed Monarch Symposiachrus verticalis  (Sclater, PL, 1877) AU : Bismarck Archipelago  
        S. v. ateralbus  (Salomonsen, 1964) Dyaul I. (off nw New Ireland)  
        S. v. verticalis  (Sclater, PL, 1877) main islands of the Bismarck Arch.  
Solomons Monarch Symposiachrus barbatus  (Ramsay, EP, 1879) AU : Solomon Islands  
        S. b. barbatus  (Ramsay, EP, 1879) main Solomon Is.  
        S. b. malaitae  (Mayr, 1931) Maliita I. (e Solomons)  
Kolombangara Monarch Symposiachrus browni  (Ramsay, EP, 1883) AU : Solomon Islands ENG : CORRECT: English name of Symposiachrus [Monarcha] browni to Kolombangara Monarch
        S. b. browni  (Ramsay, EP, 1883) Kolombangara, New Georgia, Vangunu and nearby islands  
        S. b. ganongae  (Mayr, 1935) Ranongga I.  
        S. b. nigrotectus  (Hartert, 1908) Vella Lavella I.  
        S. b. meeki  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1905) Rendova and Tetepare Is.  
White-collared Monarch Symposiachrus vidua  (Tristram, 1879) AU : Solomon Islands  
        S. v. squamulatus  (Tristram, 1882) Ugi I.  
        S. v. vidua  (Tristram, 1879) San Cristobal I.  
Rufous Monarch Monarcha rubiensis  (Meyer, AB, 1874) AU : New Guinea  
Island Monarch Monarcha cinerascens  (Temminck, 1827) AU : Sulawesi to Solomon Islands  
        M. c. commutatus  Brüggemann, 1876 Sangihe, Siau, Mayu and Tifore Is. (off ne Sulawesi)  
        M. c. cinerascens  (Temminck, 1827) Sulawesi, Talaud Arch. (ne of Sulawesi), Moluccas and Lesser Sundas  
        M. c. inornatus  (Lesson & Garnot, 1829) w Papuan islands, nw New Guinea and Aru Is.  
        M. c. steini  Stresemann & Paludan, 1932 Numfor I. (off nw New Guinea)  
        M. c. geelvinkianus  Meyer, AB, 1884 Yapen and Biak Is. (off nw New Guinea)  
        M. c. fuscescens  Meyer, AB, 1884 islands off n New Guinea  
        M. c. nigrirostris  Neumann, 1929 ne New Guinea and islands  
        M. c. fulviventris  Hartlaub, 1868 w Bismarck Arch.  
        M. c. perpallidus  Neumann, 1924 n and c Bismarck Arch.  
        M. c. impediens  Hartert, 1926 islets off e Bismarck Arch. to Solomon Is.  
        M. c. rosselianus  Rothschild & Hartert, 1916 Trobriand Is., D'Entrecasteaux Arch. and Louisiade Arch.  
Black-faced Monarch Monarcha melanopsis  (Vieillot, 1818) AU : e Australia  
Black-winged Monarch Monarcha frater  Sclater, PL, 1874 AU : New Guinea, ne Australia  
        M. f. frater  Sclater, PL, 1874 nw New Guinea  
        M. f. kunupi  Hartert & Paludan, 1934 wc New Guinea  
        M. f. periophthalmicus  Sharpe, 1882 c and se New Guinea  
        M. f. canescens  Salvadori, 1876 islands in the Torres Strait and ne Australia  
Bougainville Monarch Monarcha erythrostictus  (Sharpe, 1888) AU : Solomon Islands  
Chestnut-bellied Monarch Monarcha castaneiventris  Verreaux, J, 1858 AU : Solomon Islands  
        M. c. castaneiventris  Verreaux, J, 1858 Choiseul, Santa Isabel, Guadalcanal and Malaita Is.  
        M. c. obscurior  Mayr, 1935 Russell Is.  
        M. c. megarhynchus  Rothschild & Hartert, 1908 San Cristobal I.  
        M. c. ugiensis  (Ramsay, EP, 1882) Ugi I.  
White-capped Monarch Monarcha richardsii  (Ramsay, EP, 1881) AU : Solomon Islands  
Yap Monarch Monarcha godeffroyi  Hartlaub, 1868 PO : Caroline Islands  
Tinian Monarch Monarcha takatsukasae  (Yamashina, 1931) PO : Mariana Islands  
White-eared Monarch Carterornis leucotis  (Gould, 1851) AU : ne Australia TAX : Separate White-eared Monarch and White-naped Monarch from Monarcha to Carterornis (Filardi & Moyle 2005, Christidis & Boles 2008)
White-naped Monarch Carterornis pileatus  (Salvadori, 1878) AU : Moluccas  
        C. p. pileatus  (Salvadori, 1878) Halmahera  
        C. p. buruensis  (Meyer, AB, 1884) Buru  
        C. p. castus  (Sclater, PL, 1883) Tanimbar Is.  
Golden Monarch Carterornis chrysomela  (Lesson & Garnot, 1827) AU : New Guinea, Bismarck Archipelago  
        C. c. aruensis  (Salvadori, 1874) sw New Guinea and Aru Is. (off sw New Guinea)  
        C. c. melanonotus  (Sclater, PL, 1877) w Papuan islands and nw New Guinea  
        C. c. kordensis  (Meyer, AB, 1874) Biak I. (off nw New Guinea)  
        C. c. aurantiacus  (Meyer, AB, 1891) n New Guinea  
        C. c. nitidus  (De Vis, 1897) e and se New Guinea, Louisiade Arch.  
        C. c. pulcherrimus  (Salomonsen, 1964) Dyaul I. (Bismarck Arch.)  
        C. c. chrysomela  (Lesson & Garnot, 1827) New Hanover and New Ireland (Bismarck Arch.)  
        C. c. whitneyorum  (Mayr, 1955) Lihir Is. (Bismarck Arch.)  
        C. c. tabarensis  (Mayr, 1955) Tabar Is. (Bismarck Arch.)  
Ochre-collared Monarch Arses insularis  (Meyer, AB, 1874) AU : n New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Arses insularis to Ochre-collared Monarch (Gregory 2009)
Frilled Monarch Arses telescopthalmus  (Lesson & Garnot, 1827) AU : New Guinea  
        A. t. batantae  Sharpe, 1879 Batanta and Waigeo Is. (w Papuan islands)  
        A. t. telescopthalmus  (Lesson & Garnot, 1827) Salawati and Misool Is. (w Papuan islands) and nw New Guinea  
        A. t. aruensis  Sharpe, 1879 Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
        A. t. harterti  van Oort, 1909 s New Guinea  
        A. t. lauterbachi  Reichenow, 1897 e New Guinea  
        A. t. henkei  Meyer, AB, 1886 se New Guinea  
Frill-necked Monarch Arses lorealis  De Vis, 1895 AU : ne Australia  
Pied Monarch Arses kaupi  Gould, 1851 AU : ne Australia  
        A. k. terraereginae  Campbell, AJ, 1895 e Cape York Pen. (ne Australia)  
        A. k. kaupi  Gould, 1851 se Cape York Pen. (ne Australia)  
Magpie-lark Grallina cyanoleuca  (Latham, 1801) AU : Australia  
        G. c. cyanoleuca  (Latham, 1801) n Australia  
        G. c. neglecta  Mathews, 1912 w, c, e and s Australia  
Torrent-lark Grallina bruijnii  Salvadori, 1876 AU : New Guinea  
Oceanic Flycatcher Myiagra oceanica  Pucheran, 1853 PO : Caroline Islands  
Palau Flycatcher Myiagra erythrops  Hartlaub & Finsch, 1868 PO : Caroline Islands  
Guam Flycatcher Myiagra freycineti 
†  Oustalet, 1881
PO : Mariana Islands EXTINCT :
Pohnpei Flycatcher Myiagra pluto  Finsch, 1876 PO : Caroline Islands  
Moluccan Flycatcher Myiagra galeata  Gray, GR, 1861 AU : Moluccas  
        M. g. galeata  Gray, GR, 1861 n Moluccas  
        M. g. goramensis  Sharpe, 1879 s and se Moluccas  
        M. g. buruensis  Hartert, 1903 Buru I. (sw Moluccas)  
Biak Black Flycatcher Myiagra atra  Meyer, AB, 1874 AU : Biak Island  
Leaden Flycatcher Myiagra rubecula  (Latham, 1801) AU : ne, s New Guinea, n, e Australia  
        M. r. sciurorum  Rothschild & Hartert, 1918 D'Entrecasteaux Arch and Louisiade Arch.  
        M. r. papuana  Rothschild & Hartert, 1918 s and se New Guinea, islands of the Torres Strait  
        M. r. concinna  Gould, 1848 nw and nc Australia  
        M. r. okyri  Schodde & Mason, 1999 Cape York Pen. (ne Australia)  
        M. r. yorki  Mathews, 1912 ne and e Australia  
        M. r. rubecula  (Latham, 1801) se Australia  
Steel-blue Flycatcher Myiagra ferrocyanea  Ramsay, EP, 1879 AU : Solomon Islands  
        M. f. cinerea  (Mathews, 1928) Bougainville and Buka Is.  
        M. f. ferrocyanea  Ramsay, EP, 1879 Santa Isabel, Choiseul and Guadalcanal  
        M. f. feminina  Rothschild & Hartert, 1901 New Georgis Islands  
        M. f. malaitae  Mayr, 1931 Malaita I.  
Makira Flycatcher Myiagra cervinicauda  Tristram, 1879 AU : Solomon Islands  
Melanesian Flycatcher Myiagra caledonica  Bonaparte, 1857 AU : Solomon Islands, Loyalty Islands, Vanuatu, New Caledonia  
        M. c. caledonica  Bonaparte, 1857 New Caledonia  
        M. c. viridinitens  Gray, GR, 1859 Loyalty Is.  
        M. c. melanura  Gray, GR, 1860 s Vanuatu  
        M. c. marinae  Salomonsen, 1934 n and c Vanuatu  
        M. c. occidentalis  Mayr, 1931 Rennell I. (se Solomons)  
Vanikoro Flycatcher Myiagra vanikorensis  (Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) PO : Fiji Islands, Santa Cruz Islands  
        M. v. vanikorensis  (Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) Vanikoro I. (Santa Cruz Is. in the e Solomons)  
        M. v. rufiventris  Elliot, 1859 n, c and w Fiji  
        M. v. kandavensis  Mayr, 1933 Beqa, Vatulele and Kadavu (sw Fiji)  
        M. v. dorsalis  Mayr, 1933 n Lau Arch. and the Moala Is. (e Fiji)  
        M. v. townsendi  Wetmore, 1919 s Lau Arch. (se Fiji)  
Samoan Flycatcher Myiagra albiventris  (Peale, 1848) PO : Samoa  
Azure-crested Flycatcher Myiagra azureocapilla  Layard, EL, 1875 PO : Fiji Islands  
        M. a. azureocapilla  Layard, EL, 1875 Taveuni (n Fiji)  
        M. a. castaneigularis  Layard, EL, 1876 Vanua Levu (n Fiji)  
        M. a. whitneyi  Mayr, 1933 Viti Levu (w Fiji)  
Broad-billed Flycatcher Myiagra ruficollis  (Vieillot, 1818) AU : Lesser Sundas, s New Guinea, n Australia TAX : Myiagra ruficolis includes M.fulviventris (Tanimbar Flycatcher) as a subspecies (Dickinson 2003)
        M. r. ruficollis  (Vieillot, 1818) s and e Lesser Sundas and islands in the Flores Sea  
        M. r. fulviventris  Sclater, PL, 1883 Tanimbar Is.  
        M. r. mimikae  Ogilvie-Grant, 1911 s New Guinea, Aru Is. (off sw New Guinea), islands of the Torres Strait and n and ne Australia  
Satin Flycatcher Myiagra cyanoleuca  (Vieillot, 1818) AU : se Australia  
Shining Flycatcher Myiagra alecto  (Temminck, 1827) AU : Moluccas to Bismarck Archipelago, n Australia  
        M. a. alecto  (Temminck, 1827) n and c Moluccas  
        M. a. longirostris  (Mathews, 1928) Tanimbar Is.  
        M. a. rufolateralis  (Gray, GR, 1858) Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
        M. a. chalybeocephala  (Lesson & Garnot, 1828) w Papuan islands, New Guinea and Bismarck Arch.  
        M. a. lucida  Gray, GR, 1858 e Papuan islands, D'Entrecasteaux Arch and Louisiade Arch.  
        M. a. manumudari  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1915) Manum I. (off ne New Guinea)  
        M. a. melvillensis  (Mathews, 1912) nw and nc Australia  
        M. a. wardelli  (Mathews, 1911) s New Guinea, ne and e Australia  
Velvet Flycatcher Myiagra hebetior  (Hartert, 1924) AU : Bismarck Archipelago  
        M. h. hebetior  (Hartert, 1924) St. Matthais Is.  
        M. h. eichhorni  (Hartert, 1924) New Hanover, New Ireland and New Britain  
        M. h. cervinicolor  (Salomonsen, 1964) Dyaul I.  
Paperbark Flycatcher Myiagra nana  (Gould, 1870) AU : sc New Guinea, n Australia AS : Myiagra nana is split from M. inquieta (Schodde and Mason 1999, cf Christidis & Boles 2008)
Restless Flycatcher Myiagra inquieta  (Latham, 1801) AU : se New Guinea, Australia  
       
Crows, Jays (130)
Family Corvidae
   
Crested Jay Platylophus galericulatus  (Cuvier, 1816) OR : Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Java, Borneo PHY : Platylophus is probably a shrike, not a jay (Jønsson et al. 2008b)
        P. g. ardesiacus  (Bonaparte, 1850) Malay Pen.  
        P. g. coronatus  (Raffles, 1822) Sumatra and Borneo (except n)  
        P. g. lemprieri  Nicholson, 1883 n Borneo  
        P. g. galericulatus  (Cuvier, 1816) Java  
Black Magpie Platysmurus leucopterus  (Temminck, 1824) OR : Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Borneo  
        P. l. leucopterus  (Temminck, 1824) Malay Pen. and Sumatra  
        P. l. aterrimus  (Lesson, 1831) Borneo  
Siberian Jay Perisoreus infaustus  (Linnaeus, 1758) EU : n  
        P. i. infaustus  (Linnaeus, 1758) Scandinavia and nw Russia  
        P. i. ostjakorum  Sushkin & Stegmann, 1929 ne European Russia to nc Siberia  
        P. i. yakutensis  Buturlin, 1916 ne Siberia  
        P. i. ruthenus  Buturlin, 1916 w Russia  
        P. i. opicus  Bangs, 1913 e Kazakhstan, nw China and sw Siberia  
        P. i. sibericus  (Boddaert, 1783) c Siberia and n Mongolia  
        P. i. tkachenkoi  Sushkin & Stegmann, 1929 sc Siberia  
        P. i. maritimus  Buturlin, 1915 se Siberia and ne China  
Sichuan Jay Perisoreus internigrans  (Thayer & Bangs, 1912) EU : wc China  
Grey Jay Perisoreus canadensis  (Linnaeus, 1766) NA : n  
        P. c. pacificus  (Gmelin, JF, 1788) c Alaska to coastal wc Canada  
        P. c. canadensis  (Linnaeus, 1766) ne Alaska and nw Canada to e Canada and ne USA  
        P. c. nigricapillus  Ridgway, 1882 ne Quebec and Labrador (e Canada)  
        P. c. albescens  Peters, JL, 1920 e of the Rocky Mts. in wc Canada and nc USA  
        P. c. bicolor  Miller, AH, 1933 Rocky Mts. from se British Columbia and sw Alberta (sw Canada) to e Washington, Idaho and w Montana (nw USA)  
        P. c. capitalis  Baird, SF, 1874 Rocky Mts from s Idaho to New Mexico and Arizona (w USA)  
        P. c. griseus  Ridgway, 1899 the Cascade range from sw Canada to ne California (w USA)  
        P. c. obscurus  Ridgway, 1874 coastal nw USA  
        P. c. sanfordi  Oberholser, 1914 Newfoundland  
Black-collared Jay Cyanolyca armillata  (Gray, GR, 1845) SA : Venezuela to Ecuador  
        C. a. meridana  (Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1876) nw Venezuela  
        C. a. armillata  (Gray, GR, 1845) e Colombia and w Venezuela  
        C. a. quindiuna  (Sclater, PL & Salvin, 1876) c Colombia to n Ecuador  
White-collared Jay Cyanolyca viridicyanus  (d'Orbigny & Lafresnaye, 1838) SA : Peru, Bolivia  
        C. v. jolyaea  (Bonaparte, 1852) n and c Peru  
        C. v. cyanolaema  Hellmayr, 1917 se Peru  
        C. v. viridicyanus  (d'Orbigny & Lafresnaye, 1838) nw Bolivia  
Turquoise Jay Cyanolyca turcosa  (Bonaparte, 1853) SA : s Colombia, n Peru  
Beautiful Jay Cyanolyca pulchra  (Lawrence, 1876) SA : Colombia, Ecuador, n Peru  
Azure-hooded Jay Cyanolyca cucullata  (Ridgway, 1885) MA : widespread  
        C. c. mitrata  Ridgway, 1899 e Mexico  
        C. c. guatemalae  Pitelka, 1951 s Mexico to c Guatemala  
        C. c. hondurensis  Pitelka, 1951 w Honduras  
        C. c. cucullata  (Ridgway, 1885) Costa Rica to wc Panama  
Black-throated Jay Cyanolyca pumilo  (Strickland, 1849) MA : s Mexico to nw Honduras  
Dwarf Jay Cyanolyca nanus  (Du Bus de Gisignies, 1847) MA : sw Mexico  
White-throated Jay Cyanolyca mirabilis  Nelson, 1903 MA : sw Mexico  
Silvery-throated Jay Cyanolyca argentigula  (Lawrence, 1875) MA : Costa Rica, Panama  
        C. a. albior  Pitelka, 1951 c Costa Rica  
        C. a. argentigula  (Lawrence, 1875) s Costa Rica to w Panama  
Bushy-crested Jay Cyanocorax melanocyaneus  (Hartlaub, 1844) MA : Guatemala to Nicaragua  
        C. m. melanocyaneus  (Hartlaub, 1844) Guatemala to s El Salvador  
        C. m. chavezi  (Miller, W & Griscom, 1925) Honduras and n Nicaragua  
San Blas Jay Cyanocorax sanblasianus  (Lafresnaye, 1842) MA : w Mexico  
        C. s. nelsoni  (Bangs & Penard, TE, 1919) coastal w Mexico  
        C. s. sanblasianus  (Lafresnaye, 1842) c Guerrero (coastal sw Mexico)  
Yucatan Jay Cyanocorax yucatanicus  (Dubois, AJC, 1875) MA : Yucatan Peninsula  
        C. y. yucatanicus  (Dubois, AJC, 1875) Yucatan Pen., n Belize and n Guatemala  
        C. y. rivularis  (Brodkorb, 1940) Tabasco and Campeche (se Mexico)  
Purplish-backed Jay Cyanocorax beecheii  (Vigors, 1829) MA : nw Mexico  
Violaceous Jay Cyanocorax violaceus  Du Bus de Gisignies, 1847 SA : Venezuela, w Amazonia  
        C. v. pallidus  Zimmer & Phelps, 1944 n Venezuela  
        C. v. violaceus  Du Bus de Gisignies, 1847 w Amazonia  
Azure Jay Cyanocorax caeruleus  (Vieillot, 1818) SA : se  
Purplish Jay Cyanocorax cyanomelas  (Vieillot, 1818) SA : sc  
Curl-crested Jay Cyanocorax cristatellus  (Temminck, 1823) SA : se  
Tufted Jay Cyanocorax dickeyi  Moore, RT, 1935 MA : w Mexico  
Black-chested Jay Cyanocorax affinis  Pelzeln, 1856 LA : Costa Rica to nw Venezuela  
        C. a. zeledoni  Ridgway, 1899 se Costa Rica and Panama  
        C. a. affinis  Pelzeln, 1856 n Colombia and nw Venezuela  
White-tailed Jay Cyanocorax mystacalis  (de Sparre, 1835) SA : sw Ecuador, nw Peru  
Cayenne Jay Cyanocorax cayanus  (Linnaeus, 1766) SA : n Amazonia  
Azure-naped Jay Cyanocorax heilprini  Gentry, 1885 SA : nw Amazonia  
Plush-crested Jay Cyanocorax chrysops  (Vieillot, 1818) SA : sc, e  
        C. c. diesingii  Pelzeln, 1856 nc Brazil s of the Amazon  
        C. c. insperatus  Pinto & Camargo, 1961 ne Brazil s of the Amazon  
        C. c. chrysops  (Vieillot, 1818) Boliivia to se Brazil, Paraguay, ne Argentina and Uruguay  
        C. c. tucumanus  Cabanis, 1883 nw Argentina  
White-naped Jay Cyanocorax cyanopogon  (zu Wied-Neuwied, 1821) SA : e Brazil  
Green Jay Cyanocorax luxuosus  (Lesson, 1839) MA : s Texas to Honduras AS : The distinctive Cyanocorax luxuosus of Middle America is split from C. yncas (Ridgely & Greenfield 2001; Hilty 2003); AOU may review. Note switch of “Green Jay“ from C. yncas to C. luxuosus
        C. l. glaucescens  (Ridgway, 1900) extreme s Texas (s USA), Nuevo León and w Tamaulipas (ne Mexico)  
        C. l. luxuosus  (Lesson, 1839) extreme se Texas (s USA) to Pueblo and Veracruz (ec Mexico)  
        C. l. speciosus  (Nelson, 1900) w Mexico  
        C. l. vividus  (Ridgway, 1900) Colima and Guerrero (sw Mexico) to w Guatemala  
        C. l. maya  (van Rossem, 1934) Tabasco and Yucatan Pen. (se Mexico)  
        C. l. confusus  Phillips, AR, 1966 Chiapas (s Mexico), w Guatemala  
        C. l. centralis  (van Rossem, 1934) Tabasco and n Chiapas (s Mexico) to Honduras  
        C. l. cozumelae  (van Rossem, 1934) Cozumel I. (off se Mexico)  
Inca Jay Cyanocorax yncas  (Boddaert, 1783) SA : Venezuela to Bolivia  
        C. y. galeatus  (Ridgway, 1900) wc Colombia  
        C. y. cyanodorsalis  Dubois, AJC, 1874 c and e Colombia, nw Venezuela  
        C. y. guatimalensis  (Bonaparte, 1850) n Venezuela  
        C. y. yncas  (Boddaert, 1783) sw Colombia, e Ecuador, Peru to c Bolivia  
        C. y. longirostris  (Carriker, 1933) Maranon Valley (n Peru)  
Brown Jay Psilorhinus morio  (Wagler, 1829) MA : widespread, also s Texas  
        P. m. palliatus  van Rossem, 1934 extreme s Texas (s USA), ne and e Mexico  
        P. m. morio  (Wagler, 1829) se Mexico to w Panama  
        P. m. vociferus  (Cabot, 1843) n Yucatan Pen. (se Mexico)  
Black-throated Magpie-Jay Calocitta colliei  (Vigors, 1829) MA : w Mexico  
White-throated Magpie-Jay Calocitta formosa  (Swainson, 1827) MA : s Mexico to Costa Rica  
        C. f. formosa  (Swainson, 1827) Colima, Michoac´┐Żn and Puebla s to Oaxaca (sw Mexico)  
        C. f. azurea  Nelson, 1897 Oaxaca and Chiapas (se Mexico), w Guatemala  
        C. f. pompata  Bangs, 1914 e Chiapas (se Mexico) and e Guatemala to nw Costa Rica  
Blue Jay Cyanocitta cristata  (Linnaeus, 1758) NA : c, e  
        C. c. bromia  Oberholser, 1921 s Canada and c USA  
        C. c. cristata  (Linnaeus, 1758) ec and se USA  
        C. c. semplei  Todd, 1928 s Florida (se USA)  
        C. c. cyanotephra  Sutton, 1935 wc USA  
Steller's Jay Cyanocitta stelleri  (Gmelin, JF, 1788) NA, MA : w  
        C. s. stelleri  (Gmelin, JF, 1788) s Alaska and coastal w Canada to nw Oregon (nw USA)  
        C. s. carlottae  Osgood, 1901 Queen Charlotte Is. (off w Canada)  
        C. s. frontalis  (Ridgway, 1873) c Oregon, e California to wc Nevada (w USA)  
        C. s. carbonacea  Grinnell, 1900 coastal wc California (w USA)  
        C. s. annectens  (Baird, SF, 1874) c British Colombia to se Alberta (sw Canada) s to ne Oregon and nw Wyoming (nw USA)  
        C. s. macrolopha  Baird, SF, 1854 e Nevada to sw South Dakota (wc USA) s to n Mexico  
        C. s. diademata  (Bonaparte, 1850) nw Mexico  
        C. s. phillipsi  Browning, 1993 mainly San Luis Potosi (c Mexico)  
        C. s. azteca  Ridgway, 1899 sc Mexico  
        C. s. coronata  (Swainson, 1827) sw, ec and s Mexico and w Guatemala  
        C. s. purpurea  Aldrich, 1944 Michoacan (sw Mexico)  
        C. s. restricta  Phillips, AR, 1966 Oaxaca (s Mexico)  
        C. s. suavis  Miller, W & Griscom, 1925 Nicaragua and Honduras  
Mexican Jay Aphelocoma wollweberi  Kaup, 1855 NA, MA : sw USA to c Mexico AS : Aphelocoma wollweberi is split from A.ultramarina; assumes English name of Mexican Jay (McCormack et al 2008, NACC 2010-B12)
        A. w. arizonae  (Ridgway, 1874) sw USA and extreme n Mexico  
        A. w. wollweberi  Kaup, 1855 nw and wc Mexico  
        A. w. gracilis  Miller, GS, 1896 n Jalisco and Nayarit (wc Mexico)  
        A. w. potosina  Nelson, 1899 ec Mexico  
        A. w. couchii  (Baird, SF, 1858) s Texas (s USA) and ne Mexico  
Transvolcanic Jay Aphelocoma ultramarina  (Bonaparte, 1825) MA : c Mexico from Colima east to Veracruz. ENG : CHANGE English name of Aphelocoma ultramarina to Transvolcanic Jay (NACC 2010-B12)
        A. u. colimae  Nelson, 1899 nw Jalisco to Colima (w Mexico)  
        A. u. ultramarina  (Bonaparte, 1825) sc Mexico  
Unicolored Jay Aphelocoma unicolor  (Du Bus de Gisignies, 1847) MA : c Mexico to w Honduras  
        A. u. guerrerensis  Nelson, 1903 sw Mexico  
        A. u. concolor  (Cassin, 1848) se Mexico  
        A. u. oaxacae  Pitelka, 1946 s Mexico  
        A. u. unicolor  (Du Bus de Gisignies, 1847) se Mexico and Guatemala  
        A. u. griscomi  van Rossem, 1928 El Salvador and Honduras  
California Scrub Jay Aphelocoma californica  (Vigors, 1839) NA, MA : Washington to Baja California ENG : CHANGE English name to California Scrub Jay with split of Woodhouse‘s Scrub Jay (NACC 2009-A-02)
        A. c. immanis  Grinnell, 1901 sw Washington and w Oregon (nw USA)  
        A. c. caurina  Pitelka, 1951 sw Oregon to c California (w USA)  
        A. c. oocleptica  Swarth, 1918 sc Oregon to interior sc California and w Nevada (w USA)  
        A. c. californica  (Vigors, 1839) coastal range of c California (w USA)  
        A. c. cana  Pitelka, 1951 Joshua Tree National Park in se California (sw USA)  
        A. c. obscura  Anthony, 1889 sw California (sw USA) and n Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        A. c. cactophila  Huey, 1942 c Baja California (nw Mexico)  
        A. c. hypoleuca  Ridgway, 1887 c and s Baja California (nw Mexico)  
Woodhouse's Scrub Jay Aphelocoma woodhouseii  (Baird, SF, 1858) NA, MA : nw USA (Oregon, Idaho) south to Guerrero and c,e Oaxaca TAX : Woodhouse‘s Scrub Jay includes sumichrasti group pending probable split.
        A. w. nevadae  Pitelka, 1945 se Oregon to Arizona and New Mexico (interior w and sw USA)  
        A. w. woodhouseii  (Baird, SF, 1858) wc USA to n Mexico  
        A. w. texana  Ridgway, 1902 Edwards Plateau in wc Texas (s USA)  
        A. w. grisea  Nelson, 1899 e slope of Sierra Madre Occidental (nw Mexico)  
        A. w. cyanotis  Ridgway, 1887 ec Mexico  
        A. w. sumichrasti  (Ridgway, 1874) s Mexico  
        A. w. remota  Griscom, 1934 sw Mexico  
Island Scrub Jay Aphelocoma insularis  Henshaw, 1886 NA : Santa Cruz Island  
Florida Scrub Jay Aphelocoma coerulescens  (Bosc, 1795) NA : Florida  
Pinyon Jay Gymnorhinus cyanocephalus  zu Wied-Neuwied, 1841 NA : w  
Eurasian Jay Garrulus glandarius  (Linnaeus, 1758) EU, OR : widespread, also nw Africa  
        G. g. hibernicus  Witherby & Hartert, 1911 Ireland  
        G. g. rufitergum  Hartert, 1903 Scotland, England, Wales and nw France  
        G. g. glandarius  (Linnaeus, 1758) n and c Europe to the Ural Mts.  
        G. g. fasciatus  (Brehm, AE, 1857) Iberian Pen.  
        G. g. corsicanus  Laubmann, 1912 Corsica  
        G. g. ichnusae  Kleinschmidt, O, 1903 Sardinia  
        G. g. albipectus  Kleinschmidt, O, 1920 Italy, Sicily and the Dalmatian coast  
        G. g. graecus  Keve-Kleiner, 1939 w Balkans including Greece  
        G. g. ferdinandi  Keve-Kleiner, 1944 e Bulgaria and n Turkey  
        G. g. cretorum  Meinertzhagen, 1920 Crete  
        G. g. glaszneri  Madarász, 1902 Cyprus  
        G. g. whitakeri  Hartert, 1903 n Morocco and nw Algeria  
        G. g. minor  Verreaux, J, 1857 c Morocco and the Atlas Mts. of n Algeria  
        G. g. cervicalis  Bonaparte, 1853 n and ne Algeria and Tunisia  
        G. g. samios  Keve-Kleiner, 1939 Samos (se Aegean Sea)  
        G. g. anatoliae  Seebohm, 1883 w Turkey to w Iran and n Iraq  
        G. g. iphigenia  Sushkin & Ptuschenko, 1914 Crimean Pen. (n coast of the Black Sea)  
        G. g. krynicki  Kaleniczenko, 1839 ne Turkey and the Caucasus  
        G. g. atricapillus  Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, I, 1832 w Syria, w Jordan and Israel  
        G. g. hyrcanus  Blanford, 1873 se Azerbaijan and n Iran  
        G. g. brandtii  Eversmann, 1842 s Siberia, n Mongolia, nw and ne China, Korea and n Japan  
        G. g. kansuensis  Stresemann, 1928 c China  
        G. g. pekingensis  Reichenow, 1905 e China  
        G. g. japonicus  Temminck & Schlegel, 1847 Honshu and Oshima (c Japan)  
        G. g. tokugawae  Taka-Tsukasa, 1931 Sado I. (off Honshu in c Japan)  
        G. g. hiugaensis  Momiyama, 1927 Kyushu (s Japan)  
        G. g. orii  Kuroda, 1923 Yakushima (s Japan)  
        G. g. sinensis  Swinhoe, 1871 n Burma, s and e China  
        G. g. taivanus  Gould, 1863 Taiwan  
        G. g. bispecularis  Vigors, 1831 w Himalayas to w Nepal  
        G. g. interstinctus  Hartert, 1918 e Himalayas  
        G. g. oatesi  Sharpe, 1896 nw Burma  
        G. g. haringtoni  Rippon, 1905 w Burma  
        G. g. leucotis  Hume, 1874 c Burma to c and s Indochina  
Black-headed Jay Garrulus lanceolatus  Vigors, 1830 EU : c, sc  
Lidth's Jay Garrulus lidthi  Bonaparte, 1850 EU : Ryukyu Islands  
Azure-winged Magpie Cyanopica cyanus  (Pallas, 1776) EU : e, c Asia  
        C. c. cyanus  (Pallas, 1776) nw Mongolia to se Russia and ne China  
        C. c. stegmanni  Meise, 1932 Manchuria (ne China)  
        C. c. koreensis  Yamashina, 1939 Korea  
        C. c. japonica  Parrot, 1905 Japan  
        C. c. kansuensis  Meise, 1937 Qinghai, Gansu and nw Sichuan (nc China)  
        C. c. interposita  Hartert, 1917 Ningxia to Shandong and Hebei (ec China)  
        C. c. swinhoei  Hartert, 1903 c Sichuan to Zhejiang and Jiangxi (ec and e China)  
Iberian Magpie Cyanopica cooki  Bonaparte, 1850 EU : Iberian Peninsula  
Sri Lanka Blue Magpie Urocissa ornata  (Wagler, 1829) OR : Sri Lanka  
Taiwan Blue Magpie Urocissa caerulea  Gould, 1863 OR : Taiwan  
Yellow-billed Blue Magpie Urocissa flavirostris  (Blyth, 1846) OR : Himalayas  
        U. f. cucullata  Gould, 1861 w Himalayas to w Nepal  
        U. f. flavirostris  (Blyth, 1846) Nepal to n Burma and s China  
        U. f. schaeferi  Sick, 1939 w Burma  
        U. f. robini  Delacour & Jabouille, 1930 n Vietnam  
Red-billed Blue Magpie Urocissa erythroryncha  (Boddaert, 1783) OR : Himalayas, Southeast Asia  
        U. e. occipitalis  (Blyth, 1846) nw India to e Nepal  
        U. e. magnirostris  (Blyth, 1846) ne India to s Indochina  
        U. e. alticola  Birckhead, 1938 n Burma and sc China  
        U. e. brevivexilla  Swinhoe, 1874 ne China  
        U. e. erythroryncha  (Boddaert, 1783) c, e and se China, n Indochina  
White-winged Magpie Urocissa whiteheadi  Ogilvie-Grant, 1899 OR : Southeast Asia  
        U. w. whiteheadi  Ogilvie-Grant, 1899 Hainan I. (off se China)  
        U. w. xanthomelana  (Delacour, 1927) s China to c Indochina  
Common Green Magpie Cissa chinensis  (Boddaert, 1783) OR : widespread  
        C. c. chinensis  (Boddaert, 1783) Himalayas to s China, n Indochina, Thailand and Burma  
        C. c. klossi  Delacour & Jabouille, 1924 c Indochina  
        C. c. margaritae  Robinson & Kloss, 1919 Lang Bian Mts. (s Vietnam)  
        C. c. robinsoni  Ogilvie-Grant, 1906 Malay Pen.  
        C. c. minor  Cabanis, 1850 Sumatra and Borneo  
Indochinese Green Magpie Cissa hypoleuca  Salvadori & Giglioli, 1885 OR : Southeast Asia  
        C. h. jini  Delacour, 1930 sc China  
        C. h. concolor  Delacour & Jabouille, 1928 n Vietnam  
        C. h. chauleti  Delacour, 1926 c Vietnam  
        C. h. hypoleuca  Salvadori & Giglioli, 1885 se Thailand and s Indochina  
        C. h. katsumatae  Rothschild, 1903 Hainan I. (off se China)  
Javan Green Magpie Cissa thalassina  (Temminck, 1826) OR : Java ENG : Change English name of Cissa thalassina to Javan Green Magpie with split of Bornean Green Magpie C. jefferyi)
Bornean Green Magpie Cissa jefferyi  Sharpe, 1888 OR : Borneo AS : Cissa jefferyi is split from Cissa thalassina (Madge 2009 (HBW 14), Van Balen et al 2011)
Rufous Treepie Dendrocitta vagabunda  (Latham, 1790) OR : widespread  
        D. v. bristoli  Paynter, 1961 e Pakistan and n India  
        D. v. vagabunda  (Latham, 1790) ne and ec India to Bangladesh  
        D. v. behni  Steinheimer, 2009 w, wc India  
        D. v. parvula  Whistler & Kinnear, 1932 sw India  
        D. v. pallida  (Blyth, 1846) se India  
        D. v. sclateri  Baker, ECS, 1922 w and n Burma  
        D. v. kinneari  Baker, ECS, 1922 c Burma to s China and nw Thailand  
        D. v. saturatior  Ticehurst, 1922 se Burma and sw Thailand  
        D. v. sakeratensis  Gyldenstolpe, 1920 c Thailand to s Vietnam  
Sumatran Treepie Dendrocitta occipitalis  (Müller, S, 1836) OR : Sumatra  
Bornean Treepie Dendrocitta cinerascens  Sharpe, 1879 OR : Borneo  
Grey Treepie Dendrocitta formosae  Swinhoe, 1863 OR : widespread  
        D. f. occidentalis  Ticehurst, 1925 nw Himalayas to w Nepal  
        D. f. himalayana  Jerdon, 1864 c Nepal and ne India to s China and c Indochina  
        D. f. sarkari  Kinnear & Whistler, 1930 e India  
        D. f. assimilis  Hume, 1877 sw and e Burma and Thailand  
        D. f. sinica  Stresemann, 1913 e and se China, n Vietnam  
        D. f. sapiens  (Deignan, 1955) c China  
        D. f. formosae  Swinhoe, 1863 Taiwan  
        D. f. insulae  Hartert, 1910 Hainan I. (off se China)  
White-bellied Treepie Dendrocitta leucogastra  Gould, 1833 OR : sw India  
Collared Treepie Dendrocitta frontalis  Horsfield, 1840 OR : n India to nw Vietnam  
Andaman Treepie Dendrocitta bayleii  Tytler, 1863 OR : Andaman Islands  
Racket-tailed Treepie Crypsirina temia  (Daudin, 1800) OR : Burma to Java  
Hooded Treepie Crypsirina cucullata  Jerdon, 1862 OR : Burma  
Ratchet-tailed Treepie Temnurus temnurus  (Temminck, 1825) OR : Southeast Asia  
Eurasian Magpie Pica pica  (Linnaeus, 1758) EU : widespread, also nw Africa TAX : Eurasian Magpie comprises several potential species including Korean Magpie P.sericea, Mahgreb Magpie P. mauritanica and Asir Magpie P. asirensis. Korean Magpie should be split to address paraphyly with NA species (Lee et al. 2003)
        P. p. fennorum  Lönnberg, 1927 n Scandinavia and nw Russia  
        P. p. pica  (Linnaeus, 1758) British Isles and s Scandinavia to e Europe and Asia Minor  
        P. p. melanotos  Brehm, AE, 1857 Iberian Pen.  
        P. p. mauritanica  Malherbe, 1845 nw Africa  
        P. p. asirensis  Bates, 1936 sw Saudi Arabia  
        P. p. bactriana  Bonaparte, 1850 c Russia to Iran, n India and Mongolia  
        P. p. hemileucoptera  Stegmann, 1928 w and s Siberia  
        P. p. leucoptera  Gould, 1862 se Russia and ne China  
        P. p. camtschatica  Stejneger, 1884 Kamchatka Pen. (ne Siberia)  
        P. p. serica  Gould, 1845 n Burma to e China and n Indochina  
        P. p. bottanensis  Delessert, 1840 wc China  
Black-billed Magpie Pica hudsonia  (Sabine, 1823) NA : w  
Yellow-billed Magpie Pica nuttalli  (Audubon, 1837) NA : California  
Stresemann's Bushcrow Zavattariornis stresemanni  Moltoni, 1938 AF : Ethiopia PHY, ENG : Stresemann‘s Bush Crow may not be a corvid (Fry in Dickinson 2003); hence change to Bushcrow
Henderson's Ground Jay Podoces hendersoni  Hume, 1871 EU : c Asia  
Biddulph's Ground Jay Podoces biddulphi  Hume, 1874 EU : nw China  
Pander's Ground Jay Podoces panderi  Fischer von Waldheim, 1821 EU : sc Asia  
        P. p. panderi  Fischer von Waldheim, 1821 Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and s Kazakhstan  
        P. p. ilensis  Menzbier & Schnitnikov, 1915 e Kazakhstan  
Pleske's Ground Jay Podoces pleskei  Zarudny, 1896 EU : Iran  
Clark's Nutcracker Nucifraga columbiana  (Wilson, A, 1811) NA : w  
Spotted Nutcracker Nucifraga caryocatactes  (Linnaeus, 1758) EU : widespread  
        N. c. caryocatactes  (Linnaeus, 1758) Europe  
        N. c. macrorhynchos  Brehm, CL, 1823 Ural Mts. to e Siberia and ne China  
        N. c. rothschildi  Hartert, 1903 Kazakhstan to nw China  
        N. c. japonica  Hartert, 1897 Kuril Is. and n Japan  
        N. c. owstoni  Ingram, W, 1910 Taiwan  
        N. c. interdicta  Kleinschmidt, O & Weigold, 1922 n China  
        N. c. hemispila  Vigors, 1831 nw and c Himalayas  
        N. c. macella  Thayer & Bangs, 1909 e Himalayas to c and s China and n Burma  
Large-spotted Nutcracker Nucifraga multipunctata  Gould, 1849 EU : w Himalayas AS, ENG : Nucifraga multipunctata is split from N. caryocatactes (Madge & Burn 1994, Rasmussen & Anderton 2005); CHANGE English Name to more accurate Large-spotted Nutcracker
Red-billed Chough Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax  (Linnaeus, 1758) EU : widespread, also nw, ne Africa  
        P. p. pyrrhocorax  (Linnaeus, 1758) British Isles  
        P. p. erythroramphos  (Vieillot, 1817) Iberian Pen. to Switzerland and n Italy  
        P. p. barbarus  Vaurie, 1954 nw Africa and CanaryIs.  
        P. p. docilis  (Gmelin, SG, 1774) se Europe to Afghanistan and Pakistan  
        P. p. centralis  Stresemann, 1928 c Asia  
        P. p. himalayanus  (Gould, 1862) Himalayas, n India and w China  
        P. p. brachypus  (Swinhoe, 1871) ne and e China  
        P. p. baileyi  Rand & Vaurie, 1955 n and c Ethiopia  
Alpine Chough Pyrrhocorax graculus  (Linnaeus, 1766) EU : s, sc, also n Africa  
        P. g. graculus  (Linnaeus, 1766) Europe and n Africa to n Iran  
        P. g. digitatus  Hemprich & Ehrenberg, 1833 se Turkey to Lebanon, Iraq and sw Iran  
        P. g. forsythi  Stoliczka, 1874 c Asia  
Piapiac Ptilostomus afer  (Linnaeus, 1766) AF : e, c, w  
Western Jackdaw Coloeus monedula  (Linnaeus, 1758) EU : c, w, sw, also n Africa  
        C. m. monedula  (Linnaeus, 1758) Scandinavia  
        C. m. spermologus  (Vieillot, 1817) w and s Europe, nw Africa  
        C. m. soemmerringii  (Fischer von Waldheim, 1811) e and se Europe to sc Siberis and w China  
        C. m. cirtensis  Rothschild & Hartert, 1912 n Africa  
Daurian Jackdaw Coloeus dauuricus  (Pallas, 1776) EU : e, ec  
House Crow Corvus splendens  Vieillot, 1817 OR : nw India through sw Thailand  
        C. s. zugmayeri  Laubmann, 1913 s Iran through Pakistan to nc India  
        C. s. splendens  Vieillot, 1817 c and s India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Bhutan  
        C. s. protegatus  Madarász, 1904 sw India and Sri Lanka  
        C. s. maledivicus  Reichenow, 1904 Maldive Is.  
        C. s. insolens  Hume, 1874 Burma, s China and sw Thailand  
New Caledonian Crow Corvus moneduloides  Lesson, 1831 AU : New Caledonia, Loyalty Islands  
Banggai Crow Corvus unicolor  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1900) AU : e Sulawesi DIS : Banggai Crow was ‘rediscovered‘ in 2007 after 100 year absence
Slender-billed Crow Corvus enca  (Horsfield, 1821) OR : Malaysia to Borneo, Philippines, also Sulawesi  
        C. e. compilator  Richmond, 1903 Malay Pen., Sumatra and islands off west coast, Borneo  
        C. e. enca  (Horsfield, 1821) Mentawai Is. (off w Sumatra), Java and Bali  
        C. e. celebensis  Stresemann, 1936 Sulawesi and nearby islands  
        C. e. mangoli  Vaurie, 1958 Sula Is. (off e Sulawesi)  
        C. e. pusillus  Tweeddale, 1878 w Philippines  
        C. e. sierramadrensis  Rand & Rabor, 1961 Luzon (n Philippines)  
        C. e. samarensis  Steere, 1890 Samar and Mindanao (s Philippines)  
Violet Crow Corvus violaceus  Bonaparte, 1850 AU : Seram TAX : Violet Crow is best treated as a Seram endemic species, with Philippine populations assigned to Slender-billed Crow, pending formal breakup of that polytypic species (Rheindt and Hutchinson 2007
Piping Crow Corvus typicus  (Bonaparte, 1853) AU : Sulawesi  
Flores Crow Corvus florensis  Büttikofer, 1894 AU : Lesser Sundas  
Mariana Crow Corvus kubaryi  Reichenow, 1885 PO : Mariana Islands  
Long-billed Crow Corvus validus  Bonaparte, 1850 AU : n, c Moluccas  
White-billed Crow Corvus woodfordi  (Ogilvie-Grant, 1887) AU : Solomon Islands  
Bougainville Crow Corvus meeki  Rothschild, 1904 AU : Solomon Islands  
Brown-headed Crow Corvus fuscicapillus  Gray, GR, 1859 AU : New Guinea  
        C. f. fuscicapillus  Gray, GR, 1859 w New Guinea and Aru Is. (off sw New Guinea)  
        C. f. megarhynchus  Bernstein, 1864 w Papuan islands  
Grey Crow Corvus tristis  Lesson & Garnot, 1827 AU : New Guinea  
Cape Crow Corvus capensis  Lichtenstein, 1823 AF : ne, e, s  
        C. c. kordofanensis  Laubmann, 1919 Sudan, Eritrea and Somalia to Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania  
        C. c. capensis  Lichtenstein, 1823 Angola, Zambia and Zimbabwe to South Africa  
Rook Corvus frugilegus  Linnaeus, 1758 EU : widespread  
        C. f. frugilegus  Linnaeus, 1758 Europe to c Asia  
        C. f. pastinator  Gould, 1845 e Asia  
American Crow Corvus brachyrhynchos  Brehm, CL, 1822 NA : widespread  
        C. b. hesperis  Ridgway, 1887 sw Canada through w USA to nw Mexico  
        C. b. hargravei  Phillips, AR, 1942 wc USA  
        C. b. brachyrhynchos  Brehm, CL, 1822 c and e Canada, c and e USA  
        C. b. pascuus  Coues, 1899 s Florida (se USA)  
Northwestern Crow Corvus caurinus  Baird, SF, 1858 NA : nw  
Tamaulipas Crow Corvus imparatus  Peters, JL, 1929 NA, MA : ne Mexico and s Texas  
Sinaloa Crow Corvus sinaloae  Davis, LI, 1958 MA : nw Mexico  
Fish Crow Corvus ossifragus  Wilson, A, 1812 NA : e, se USA  
Hispaniolan Palm Crow Corvus palmarum  Württemberg, 1835 NA : Hispaniola  
Cuban Palm Crow Corvus minutus  Gundlach, 1852 NA : Cuba AS : Corvus minutus is split from C. palmarum (Garrido et al. 1997, Raffaele et al. 1998, BLI)
Jamaican Crow Corvus jamaicensis  Gmelin, JF, 1788 NA : Jamaica  
Cuban Crow Corvus nasicus  Temminck, 1826 NA : Cuba, Caicos Islands  
White-necked Crow Corvus leucognaphalus  Daudin, 1800 NA : Hispaniola, Puerto Rico  
Hawaiian Crow Corvus hawaiiensis  Peale, 1848 PO : Hawaiian Islands  
Carrion Crow Corvus corone  Linnaeus, 1758 EU : n, sw, e TAX : Far East populations (orientalis) of Carrion Crow are genetically distinct and potentially merit species status (Haring et al 2007)
        C. c. corone  Linnaeus, 1758 w Europe  
        C. c. orientalis  Eversmann, 1841 c and e Asia  
Hooded Crow Corvus cornix  Linnaeus, 1758 EU : c, s  
        C. c. cornix  Linnaeus, 1758 n and e Europe  
        C. c. sharpii  Oates, 1889 Balkans to w Siberia, c Asia and n Iran  
        C. c. pallescens  (Madarász, 1904) Turkey and Iraq to Egypt  
        C. c. capellanus  Sclater, PL, 1877 e Iraq to sw Iran  
Collared Crow Corvus torquatus  Lesson, 1831 EU, OR : e, c China, n Vietnam TAX : Species name of Collared Crow reverts from pectoralis to torquatus with elevation of Coloeus to generic level (fide A. Peterson)
Large-billed Crow Corvus macrorhynchos  Wagler, 1827 EU, OR : e Eurasia also c, s Malay Peninsula, Sundas, Philippines  
        C. m. japonensis  Bonaparte, 1850 c and s Sakhalin I., Kuril Is. and Japan  
        C. m. connectens  Stresemann, 1916 Ryukyu Is. (sw of Japan)  
        C. m. osai  Ogawa, 1905 s Ryukyu Is. (sw of Japan)  
        C. m. mandshuricus  Buturlin, 1913 e and se Siberia, n Sakhalin I., Korea and ne China  
        C. m. colonorum  Swinhoe, 1864 c and s China, Taiwan, Hainan I. (off se China) and n Indochina  
        C. m. tibetosinensis  Kleinschmidt, O & Weigold, 1922 Tibet and the e Himalayas to n Burma and s China  
        C. m. intermedius  Adams, 1859 Afghanistan and Pakistan through the c Himalayas  
        C. m. macrorhynchos  Wagler, 1827 c and s Malay Pen., Greater and Lesser Sundas  
        C. m. philippinus  (Bonaparte, 1853) Philippines  
Eastern Jungle Crow Corvus levaillantii  Lesson, 1831 OR : n India to n Malay Peninsula ENG : Change English name of Corvus levaillantii to Eastern Jungle Crow with split of C. culminatus
Indian Jungle Crow Corvus culminatus  Sykes, 1832 OR : Peninsular India, Sri Lanka AS : Corvus culminatus is split from C. levaillantii (Rasmussen & Anderton 2005)
Torresian Crow Corvus orru  Bonaparte, 1850 AU : widespread  
        C. o. latirostris  Meyer, AB, 1884 e Lesser Sundas  
        C. o. orru  Bonaparte, 1850 Moluccas, New Guinea, D'Entrecasteaux Arch. and Louisiade Arch.  
        C. o. cecilae  Mathews, 1912 w, c and n Australia  
Bismarck Crow Corvus insularis  Heinroth, 1903 AU : Bismarck Archipelago AS : Bismarck Crow is split from Torresian Crow Corvus orru based on distinctive call and differences in mensural proportions (Dutson et al ms)
Little Crow Corvus bennetti  North, 1901 AU : w, c Australia  
Forest Raven Corvus tasmanicus  Mathews, 1912 AU : se Australia  
        C. t. boreus  Rowley, I, 1970 ne New South Wales (e Australia)  
        C. t. tasmanicus  Mathews, 1912 se Australia and Tasmania  
Little Raven Corvus mellori  Mathews, 1912 AU : se Australia  
Australian Raven Corvus coronoides  Vigors & Horsfield, 1827 AU : Australia  
        C. c. coronoides  Vigors & Horsfield, 1827 e Australia  
        C. c. perplexus  Mathews, 1912 sw Australia  
Pied Crow Corvus albus  Statius Müller, 1776 AF : widespread  
Brown-necked Raven Corvus ruficollis  Lesson, 1831 EU : s  
Somali Crow Corvus edithae  Lort Phillips, 1895 AF : n  
Northern Raven Corvus corax  Linnaeus, 1758 NA, MA, EU : widespread AL : Webb et al 2011 (Molec Ecology) demonstrate that C.c.principalis interbreeds freely with C.c.sinuatus despite deep divergence of their respective mtDNAs.
        C. c. principalis  Ridgway, 1887 Alaska, Canada (except the sw), Greenland and n and e USA  
        C. c. sinuatus  Wagler, 1829 sw Canada through wc USA to Mexico and Nicaragua  
        C. c. clarionensis  Rothschild & Hartert, 1902 sw USA and nw Mexico  
        C. c. varius  Brünnich, 1764 Iceland and Faroe Is.  
        C. c. corax  Linnaeus, 1758 nw Europe through c Europe to c Siberia  
        C. c. hispanus  Hartert & Kleinschmidt, O, 1901 Iberian Pen., Italy and Mediterranean islands  
        C. c. laurencei  Hume, 1873 Greece, Cyprus and Turkey to w China and n India  
        C. c. tingitanus  Irby, 1874 n Africa  
        C. c. canariensis  Hartert & Kleinschmidt, O, 1901 Canary Is.  
        C. c. tibetanus  Hodgson, 1849 c Asia  
        C. c. kamtschaticus  Dybowski, 1883 w Mongolia, e Siberia, ne China, n Japan and nearby islands  
Chihuahuan Raven Corvus cryptoleucus  Couch, 1854 NA, MA : sw USA to n Mexico  
Fan-tailed Raven Corvus rhipidurus  Hartert, 1918 AF, EU : e, c, w AF, sw EU  
        C. r. stanleyi  Roselaar, 1993 Sinai Pen., Israel and Jordan through Saudi Arabia to Yemen and Oman  
        C. r. rhipidurus  Hartert, 1918 Mali and Niger to Ethiopia, Somalia and Kenya  
White-necked Raven Corvus albicollis  Latham, 1790 AF : e, s  
Thick-billed Raven Corvus crassirostris  Rüppell, 1836 AF : ne  
       
Australian Mudnesters (2)
Family Corcoracidae
   
White-winged Chough Corcorax melanorhamphos  (Vieillot, 1817) AU : s, e TAX : Change spelling of species name to melanorhamphos in accordance with Article 82.2 of the Code (SCON/IOU petition to ICZN,Case 3630, Schodde pers. comm). 
        C. m. melanorhamphos  (Vieillot, 1817) e and se Australa  
        C. m. whiteae  Mathews, 1912 s and se South Australia  
Apostlebird Struthidea cinerea  Gould, 1837 AU : ec Australia  
        S. c. cinerea  Gould, 1837 e Australia  
        S. c. dalyi  Mathews, 1923 nc and ne Australia  
       
Family Uncertain (3)
Family Incertae Sedis 3
   
Lesser Melampitta Melampitta lugubris  Schlegel, 1871 AU : New Guinea  
        M. l. lugubris  Schlegel, 1871 nw New Guinea  
        M. l. rostrata  (Ogilvie-Grant, 1913) wc New Guinea  
        M. l. longicauda  Mayr & Gilliard, 1952 nc and e New Guinea  
Greater Melampitta Melampitta gigantea  (Rothschild, 1899) AU : New Guinea  
Blue-capped Ifrit Ifrita kowaldi  (De Vis, 1890) AU : New Guinea ENG, PHY : Change English name of Ifrita kowaldi to Blue-capped Ifrit (Gregory 2009, Beehler & Pratt); possibly related to Monarchidae (Dumbacher et al 2008, Norman et al 2009, Jønsson et al 2011b,TIF)
        I. k. brunnea  Rand, 1940 wc New Guinea  
        I. k. kowaldi  (De Vis, 1890) c and e New Guinea  
       
Birds-of-paradise (41)
Family Paradisaeidae
   
Paradise-crow Lycocorax pyrrhopterus  (Bonaparte, 1850) AU : Moluccas  
        L. p. morotensis  Schlegel, 1863 Morotai and Rau Is. (n Moluccas)  
        L. p. pyrrhopterus  (Bonaparte, 1850) Halmahera, Bacan and Kasiruta (n Moluccas)  
        L. p. obiensis  Bernstein, 1865 Bisa and Obi Is. (c Moluccas)  
Glossy-mantled Manucode Manucodia ater  (Lesson, 1830) AU : New Guinea  
Jobi Manucode Manucodia jobiensis  Salvadori, 1876 AU : n New Guinea  
Crinkle-collared Manucode Manucodia chalybatus  (Forster, JR, 1781) AU : New Guinea  
Curl-crested Manucode Manucodia comrii  Sclater, PL, 1876 AU : island se of New Guinea  
        M. c. comrii  Sclater, PL, 1876 D'Entrecasteaux Arch.  
        M. c. trobriandi  Mayr, 1936 Trobriand Is.  
Trumpet Manucode Phonygammus keraudrenii  (Lesson & Garnot, 1826) AU : New Guinea, ne Australia  
        P. k. keraudrenii  (Lesson & Garnot, 1826) w and nw New Guinea  
        P. k. neumanni  Reichenow, 1918 north slope of ec New Guinea  
        P. k. adelberti  Gilliard & LeCroy, 1967 ne New Guinea  
        P. k. diamondi  Cracraft, 1992 south slope of ec New Guinea  
        P. k. purpureoviolaceus  Meyer, AB, 1885 se New Guinea  
        P. k. hunsteini  Sharpe, 1882 D'Entrecasteaux Arch.  
        P. k. jamesii  Sharpe, 1877 s New Guinea and islands in the Torres Strait  
        P. k. aruensis  Cracraft, 1992 Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
        P. k. gouldii  (Gray, GR, 1859) ne Australia and nearby islands  
Long-tailed Paradigalla Paradigalla carunculata  Lesson, 1835 AU : w New Guinea  
        P. c. carunculata  Lesson, 1835 nw New Guinea  
        P. c. intermedia  Ogilvie-Grant, 1913 wc New Guinea  
Short-tailed Paradigalla Paradigalla brevicauda  Rothschild & Hartert, 1911 AU : w, c New Guinea  
Arfak Astrapia Astrapia nigra  (Gmelin, JF, 1788) AU : nw New Guinea  
Splendid Astrapia Astrapia splendidissima  Rothschild, 1895 AU : w, c New Guinea  
Ribbon-tailed Astrapia Astrapia mayeri  Stonor, 1939 AU : ec New Guinea  
Princess Stephanie's Astrapia Astrapia stephaniae  (Finsch & Meyer, AB, 1885) AU : New Guinea  
        A. s. feminina  Neumann, 1922 nc New Guinea  
        A. s. stephaniae  (Finsch & Meyer, AB, 1885) c to se New Guinea  
Huon Astrapia Astrapia rothschildi  Förster, 1906 AU : se New Guinea  
Western Parotia Parotia sefilata  (Forster, JR, 1781) AU : w New Guinea  
Queen Carola's Parotia Parotia carolae  Meyer, AB, 1894 AU : w, c New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Parotia carolae to Queen Carola's Parotia (Gregory 2009)
        P. c. carolae  Meyer, AB, 1894 sw New Guinea  
        P. c. chalcothorax  Stresemann, 1934 wc New Guinea  
        P. c. clelandiae  Gilliard, 1961 c and ec New Guinea  
        P. c. meeki  Rothschild, 1910 Snow Mts. to Victor Emanuel Range (c New Guinea)  
        P. c. chrysenia  Stresemann, 1934 n slope of ec New Guinea  
Bronze Parotia Parotia berlepschi  Kleinschmidt, O, 1897 AU : nc New Guinea  
Lawes's Parotia Parotia lawesii  Ramsay, EP, 1885 AU : e, se New Guinea  
Eastern Parotia Parotia helenae  De Vis, 1897 AU : se New Guinea  
Wahnes's Parotia Parotia wahnesi  Rothschild, 1906 AU : se New Guinea  
King of Saxony Bird-of-paradise Pteridophora alberti  Meyer, AB, 1894 AU : c New Guinea  
        P. a. alberti  Meyer, AB, 1894 wc New Guinea  
        P. a. buergersi  Rothschild, 1931 ec New Guinea  
Superb Bird-of-paradise Lophorina superba  (Forster, JR, 1781) AU : New Guinea  
        L. s. superba  (Forster, JR, 1781) nw New Guinea  
        L. s. niedda  Mayr, 1930 w New Guinea  
        L. s. feminina  Ogilvie-Grant, 1915 wc to ec New Guinea  
        L. s. latipennis  Rothschild, 1907 ne New Guinea  
        L. s. minor  Ramsay, EP, 1885 se New Guinea  
Paradise Riflebird Ptiloris paradiseus  Swainson, 1825 AU : ne Australia  
Victoria's Riflebird Ptiloris victoriae  Gould, 1850 AU : ne Australia  
Magnificent Riflebird Ptiloris magnificus  (Vieillot, 1819) AU : w, c New Guinea, ne Australia  
        P. m. alberti  Elliot, 1871 ne Australia  
        P. m. magnificus  (Vieillot, 1819) w and c New Guinea  
Growling Riflebird Ptiloris intercedens  Sharpe, 1882 AU : e New Guinea  
Black Sicklebill Epimachus fastosus  (Hermann, 1783) AU : w, c New Guinea  
        E. f. fastosus  (Hermann, 1783) nw New Guinea  
        E. f. ultimus  Diamond, 1969 coastal n New Guinea  
        E. f. atratus  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1911) wc to ec New Guinea  
Brown Sicklebill Epimachus meyeri  Finsch & Meyer, AB, 1885 AU : c, e New Guinea  
        E. m. albicans  (van Oort, 1915) wc New Guinea  
        E. m. bloodi  Mayr & Gilliard, 1951 ec New Guinea  
        E. m. meyeri  Finsch & Meyer, AB, 1885 se New Guinea  
Black-billed Sicklebill Drepanornis albertisi  (Sclater, PL, 1873) AU : New Guinea  
        D. a. albertisi  (Sclater, PL, 1873) nw New Guinea  
        D. a. cervinicauda  Sclater, PL, 1884 wc to se New Guinea  
        D. a. geisleri  Meyer, AB, 1893 ne New Guinea  
Pale-billed Sicklebill Drepanornis bruijnii  Oustalet, 1879 AU : New Guinea  
Magnificent Bird-of-paradise Diphyllodes magnificus  (Forster, JR, 1781) AU : New Guinea  
        D. m. magnificus  (Forster, JR, 1781) nw New Guinea and Salawati I.  
        D. m. chrysopterus  Elliot, 1873 w and c New Guinea, Yapen I. (off nw New Guinea)  
        D. m. hunsteini  Meyer, AB, 1885 e New Guinea  
Wilson's Bird-of-paradise Diphyllodes respublica  (Bonaparte, 1850) AU : islands w of New Guinea  
King Bird-of-paradise Cicinnurus regius  (Linnaeus, 1758) AU : New Guinea  
        C. r. regius  (Linnaeus, 1758) s New Guinea, w Papuan islands and Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea)  
        C. r. coccineifrons  Rothschild, 1896 n, c and e New Guinea, Yapen I. (off nw New Guinea)  
Standardwing Semioptera wallacii  Gray, GR, 1859 AU : n Moluccas  
        S. w. halmaherae  Salvadori, 1881 Halmahera (n Moluccas)  
        S. w. wallacii  Gray, GR, 1859 Bacan (n Moluccas)  
Twelve-wired Bird-of-paradise Seleucidis melanoleucus  (Daudin, 1800) AU : New Guinea  
        S. m. melanoleucus  (Daudin, 1800) w, s and e New Guinea, Salawati I.  
        S. m. auripennis  Schluter, 1911 n New Guinea  
Greater Bird-of-paradise Paradisaea apoda  Linnaeus, 1758 AU : s New Guinea  
Raggiana Bird-of-paradise Paradisaea raggiana  Sclater, PL, 1873 AU : ne, se New Guinea  
        P. r. raggiana  Sclater, PL, 1873 sc to se New Guinea (south slope)  
        P. r. intermedia  De Vis, 1894 n coast of se New Guinea  
        P. r. granti  North, 1906 inland from Huon Gulf (e New Guinea)  
        P. r. augustaevictoriae  Cabanis, 1888 ne New Guinea  
Lesser Bird-of-paradise Paradisaea minor  Shaw, 1809 AU : w, n New Guinea  
        P. m. finschi  Meyer, AB, 1885 nc New Guinea  
        P. m. minor  Shaw, 1809 w New Guinea and Misool I. (w of New Guinea)  
        P. m. jobiensis  Rothschild, 1897 Yapen I. (off nw New Guinea)  
Goldie's Bird-of-paradise Paradisaea decora  Salvin & Godman, 1883 AU : se New Guinea  
Red Bird-of-paradise Paradisaea rubra  Daudin, 1800 AU : islands w of New Guinea  
Emperor Bird-of-paradise Paradisaea guilielmi  Cabanis, 1888 AU : se New Guinea  
Blue Bird-of-paradise Paradisaea rudolphi  (Finsch & Meyer, AB, 1885) AU : c, se New Guinea  
        P. r. margaritae  Mayr & Gilliard, 1951 ec New Guinea  
        P. r. rudolphi  (Finsch & Meyer, AB, 1885) se New Guinea  
       
Australasian Robins (46)
Family Petroicidae
   
Ashy Robin Heteromyias albispecularis  (Salvadori, 1876) AU : New Guinea  
        H. a. albispecularis  (Salvadori, 1876) nw New Guinea  
        H. a. rothschildi  Hartert, 1930 wc New Guinea  
        H. a. centralis  Rand, 1940 nc New Guinea  
        H. a. atricapilla  Mayr, 1931 ne New Guinea  
        H. a. armiti  De Vis, 1894 se New Guinea  
Grey-headed Robin Heteromyias cinereifrons  (Ramsay, EP, 1876) AU : ne Australia  
Black-chinned Robin Poecilodryas brachyura  (Sclater, PL, 1874) AU : nw, n New Guinea  
        P. b. brachyura  (Sclater, PL, 1874) w New Guinea  
        P. b. albotaeniata  (Meyer, AB, 1874) Yapen I. (off nw New Guinea) and western nc New Guinea  
        P. b. dumasi  Ogilvie-Grant, 1915 eastern nc New Guinea  
Black-sided Robin Poecilodryas hypoleuca  (Gray, GR, 1859) AU : New Guinea  
        P. h. steini  Stresemann & Paludan, 1932 Waigeo I. (off w New Guinea)  
        P. h. hypoleuca  (Gray, GR, 1859) w Papuan islands, w to se New Guinea  
        P. h. hermani  Madarász, 1894 n New Guinea  
White-browed Robin Poecilodryas superciliosa  (Gould, 1847) AU : ne Australia  
Buff-sided Robin Poecilodryas cerviniventris  (Gould, 1858) AU : n Australia  
Banded Yellow Robin Poecilodryas placens  (Ramsay, EP, 1879) AU : New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Poecilodryas placens to Banded Yellow Robin (Gregory 2009)
Black-throated Robin Poecilodryas albonotata  (Salvadori, 1875) AU : New Guinea  
        P. a. albonotata  (Salvadori, 1875) nw New Guinea  
        P. a. griseiventris  Rothschild & Hartert, 1913 c New Guinea  
        P. a. correcta  Hartert, 1930 e and se New Guinea  
White-winged Robin Peneothello sigillata  (De Vis, 1890) AU : c, e New Guinea  
        P. s. saruwagedi  (Mayr, 1931) ne New Guinea  
        P. s. quadrimaculata  (van Oort, 1910) wc New Guinea  
        P. s. hagenensis  Mayr & Gilliard, 1952 ec New Guinea  
        P. s. sigillata  (De Vis, 1890) se New Guinea  
Smoky Robin Peneothello cryptoleuca  (Hartert, 1930) AU : w New Guinea  
        P. c. cryptoleuca  (Hartert, 1930) nw New Guinea  
        P. c. albidior  (Rothschild, 1931) wc New Guinea  
        P. c. maxima  Diamond, 1985 Kumawa Mts. (w New Guinea)  
Slaty Robin Peneothello cyanus  (Salvadori, 1874) AU : New Guinea  
        P. c. cyanus  (Salvadori, 1874) nw New Guinea  
        P. c. atricapilla  (Hartert & Paludan, 1934) c and n New Guinea  
        P. c. subcyanea  (De Vis, 1897) ec to se New Guinea  
White-rumped Robin Peneothello bimaculata  (Salvadori, 1874) AU : New Guinea  
        P. b. bimaculata  (Salvadori, 1874) Yapen I. (off nw New Guinea) and the south slopes of w, c and se New Guinea  
        P. b. vicaria  (De Vis, 1892) ne New Guinea to the north slopes of se New Guinea  
Mangrove Robin Peneoenanthe pulverulenta  (Bonaparte, 1850) AU : nc, s New Guinea, n Australia  
        P. p. pulverulenta  (Bonaparte, 1850) coastal nc and sc New Guinea  
        P. p. leucura  (Gould, 1869) Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea), coastal ne Australia  
        P. p. alligator  (Mathews, 1912) coastal nc Australia and nearby islands  
        P. p. cinereiceps  (Hartert, 1905) coastal nw Australia  
White-faced Robin Tregellasia leucops  (Salvadori, 1876) AU : New Guinea, ne Australia  
        T. l. leucops  (Salvadori, 1876) nw New Guinea  
        T. l. mayri  (Hartert, 1930) w New Guinea  
        T. l. heurni  (Hartert, 1932) Weyland Mts. (wc New Guinea)  
        T. l. nigroorbitalis  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1913) south slopes of the Nassau and Oranje Mts. (wc New Guinea)  
        T. l. nigriceps  (Neumann, 1922) c New Guinea  
        T. l. melanogenys  (Meyer, AB, 1893) n and ne New Guinea  
        T. l. wahgiensis  Mayr & Gilliard, 1952 ec New Guinea  
        T. l. albifacies  (Sharpe, 1882) se New Guinea  
        T. l. auricularis  (Mayr & Rand, 1935) s New Guinea  
        T. l. albigularis  (Rothschild & Hartert, 1907) ne Australia  
Pale-yellow Robin Tregellasia capito  (Gould, 1854) AU : e Australia  
        T. c. nana  (Ramsay, EP, 1878) ne Australia  
        T. c. capito  (Gould, 1854) e Australia  
Eastern Yellow Robin Eopsaltria australis  (Shaw, 1790) AU : e, se Australia TAX : Eastern Yellow Robin and Western Yellow Robin are sister species with 6-8% net genetic divergence (Loynes et al. 2009).
        E. a. chrysorrhos  Gould, 1869 ne to e Australia  
        E. a. australis  (Shaw, 1790) e Australia to se Australia  
Western Yellow Robin Eopsaltria griseogularis  Gould, 1838 AU : sw Australia  
        E. g. griseogularis  Gould, 1838 extreme sw Australia  
        E. g. rosinae  (Mathews, 1912) sw Australia to sc Australia  
White-breasted Robin Eopsaltria georgiana  (Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) AU : sw Australia TAX : White-breasted Robin may be more closely related to species of Tregellasia than to species of Eopsaltria (Loynes et al. 2009)
Hooded Robin Melanodryas cucullata  (Latham, 1801) AU : Australia  
        M. c. melvillensis †  (Zietz, FR, 1914) Melville and Bathurst Is. (off n Australia)  
        M. c. picata  Gould, 1865 n to ec Australia  
        M. c. cucullata  (Latham, 1801) se Australia  
        M. c. westralensis  (Mathews, 1912) sw to sc and s Australia  
Dusky Robin Melanodryas vittata  (Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) AU : Tasmania  
        M. v. vittata  (Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) Tasmania and Flinders I.  
        M. v. kingi  (Mathews, 1914) King I. (between Australia and Tasmania)  
Green-backed Robin Pachycephalopsis hattamensis  (Meyer, AB, 1874) AU : w,c New Guinea  
        P. h. hattamensis  (Meyer, AB, 1874) nw New Guinea  
        P. h. ernesti  Hartert, 1930 w New Guinea  
        P. h. axillaris  Mayr, 1931 wc New Guinea  
        P. h. insularis  Diamond, 1985 Yapen I. (off nw New Guinea)  
        P. h. lecroyae  Boles, 1989 ec and s New Guinea  
White-eyed Robin Pachycephalopsis poliosoma  Sharpe, 1882 AU : c, e New Guinea  
        P. p. albigularis  (Rothschild, 1931) Weyland and Victor Emanuel Mts. (wc New Guinea)  
        P. p. approximans  (Ogilvie-Grant, 1911) s slope of the Snow Mts. (wc New Guinea)  
        P. p. idenburgi  Rand, 1940 n slopes of c New Guinea  
        P. p. balim  Rand, 1940 valleys of the Bele and Balim Rivers (wc New Guinea)  
        P. p. hunsteini  (Neumann, 1922) ec New Guinea  
        P. p. hypopolia  Salvadori, 1899 ne New Guinea  
        P. p. poliosoma  Sharpe, 1882 se New Guinea  
Torrent Flyrobin Monachella muelleriana  (Schlegel, 1871) AU : New Guinea, Bismarck Archipelago  
        M. m. muelleriana  (Schlegel, 1871) New Guinea  
        M. m. coultasi  Mayr, 1934 New Britain (Bismarck Arch.)  
Canary Flyrobin Microeca papuana  Meyer, AB, 1875 AU : New Guinea  
Yellow-legged Flyrobin Microeca griseoceps  De Vis, 1894 AU : New Guinea, ne Australia  
        M. g. occidentalis  Rothschild & Hartert, 1903 nw to nc New Guinea  
        M. g. griseoceps  De Vis, 1894 s and se New Guinea  
        M. g. kempi  (Mathews, 1913) ne Australia  
Olive Flyrobin Microeca flavovirescens  Gray, GR, 1858 AU : New Guinea  
        M. f. flavovirescens  Gray, GR, 1858 Aru Is. (sw of New Guinea) and extreme s New Guinea  
        M. f. cuicui  (De Vis, 1897) w Papuan islands and w, n, and e New Guinea  
Lemon-bellied Flyrobin Microeca flavigaster  Gould, 1843 AU : New Guinea, n Australia  
        M. f. laeta  Salvadori, 1878 nc New Guinea  
        M. f. tarara  Rand, 1940 sc New Guinea  
        M. f. flavissima  Schodde & Mason, 1999 Cape York Pen. (ne Australia), se New Guinea  
        M. f. laetissima  Rothschild, 1916 ec Queensland (ne Australia)  
        M. f. flavigaster  Gould, 1843 n Australia  
        M. f. tormenti  Mathews, 1916 nw Australia  
Yellow-bellied Flyrobin Microeca flaviventris  (Sharpe, 1903) AU : New Caledonia TAX, ENG : Move Yellow-bellied Robin from Eopsaltria to Microeca (Loynes et al. 2009); change English name to Yellow-bellied Flyrobin to agree with other members of this genus.
Golden-bellied Flyrobin Microeca hemixantha  Sclater, PL, 1883 AU : Tanimbar Islands  
Jacky Winter Microeca fascinans  (Latham, 1801) AU : se New Guinea, Australia  
        M. f. zimmeri  Mayr & Rand, 1935 se New Guinea  
        M. f. pallida  De Vis, 1885 n Australia  
        M. f. fascinans  (Latham, 1801) e and se Australia  
        M. f. assimilis  Gould, 1841 sw, c and s Australia  
Garnet Robin Eugerygone rubra  (Sharpe, 1879) AU : New Guinea  
        E. r. rubra  (Sharpe, 1879) nw New Guinea  
        E. r. saturatior  Mayr, 1931 wc to se New Guinea  
Rose Robin Petroica rosea  Gould, 1840 AU : se Australia  
Pink Robin Petroica rodinogaster  (Drapiez, 1819) AU : se Australia  
        P. r. inexpectata  Mathews, 1912 se Australia  
        P. r. rodinogaster  (Drapiez, 1819) Tasmania and the islands of the Bass Strait  
Snow Mountains Robin Petroica archboldi  Rand, 1940 AU : wc New Guinea  
Mountain Robin Petroica bivittata  De Vis, 1897 AU : New Guinea ENG : Change English name of Petroica bivittata to Mountain Robin (Gregory 2009)
        P. b. caudata  Rand, 1940 wc New Guinea  
        P. b. bivittata  De Vis, 1897 ec and se New Guinea  
Flame Robin Petroica phoenicea  Gould, 1837 AU : se Australia  
Pacific Robin Petroica multicolor  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) PO : Solomon Islands to Samoa  
        P. m. multicolor  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) Norfolk I.  
        P. m. septentrionalis  Mayr, 1934 Bougainville I. (n Solomons)  
        P. m. kulambangrae  Mayr, 1934 Kolombangara I. (wc Solomons)  
        P. m. dennisi  Cain & Galbraith, ICJ, 1955 Guadalcanal (s Solomons)  
        P. m. polymorpha  Mayr, 1934 San Cristobal I. (se Solomons)  
        P. m. soror  Mayr, 1934 Vanua Lava (Banks Is.)  
        P. m. ambrynensis  Sharpe, 1900 Banks Is. and n and c Vanuatu  
        P. m. feminina  Mayr, 1934 c Vanuatu  
        P. m. cognata  Mayr, 1938 sc Vanuatu  
        P. m. similis  Gray, GR, 1860 s Vanuatu  
        P. m. kleinschmidti  Finsch, 1876 w and n Fiji Is.  
        P. m. taveunensis  Holyoak, 1979 ne Fiji Is.  
        P. m. becki  Mayr, 1934 s Fiji Is.  
        P. m. pusilla  Peale, 1848 Samoa  
Scarlet Robin Petroica boodang  (Lesson, 1837) AU : s, e Australia  
        P. b. leggii  Sharpe, 1879 e Tasmania and Flinders I. in the Bass Strait  
        P. b. campbelli  Sharpe, 1898 sw Australia  
        P. b. boodang  (Lesson, 1837) se Australia  
Red-capped Robin Petroica goodenovii  (Vigors & Horsfield, 1827) AU : c Australia  
Tomtit Petroica macrocephala  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) AU : New Zealand  
        P. m. toitoi  (Lesson, 1828) North I. and nearby islands  
        P. m. macrocephala  (Gmelin, JF, 1789) South I., Stewart I. and nearby islands  
        P. m. dannefaerdi  (Rothschild, 1894) Snares Is.  
        P. m. chathamensis  Fleming, CA, 1950 Chatham I.  
        P. m. marrineri  (Mathews & Iredale, 1913) Auckland Is.  
New Zealand Robin Petroica australis  (Sparrman, 1788) AU : New Zealand  
        P. a. longipes  (Lesson & Garnot, 1827) North I. and nearby islands  
        P. a. australis  (Sparrman, 1788) South I.  
        P. a. rakiura  Fleming, CA, 1950 Stewart I.  
Black Robin Petroica traversi  (Buller, 1872) AU : Chatham Island  
Northern Scrub Robin Drymodes superciliaris  Gould, 1850 AU : New Guinea, ne Australia  
        D. s. beccarii  Salvadori, 1876 w New Guinea  
        D. s. nigriceps  Rand, 1940 nc and c New Guinea  
        D. s. brevirostris  De Vis, 1897 Aru Is., s and se New Guinea  
        D. s. superciliaris  Gould, 1850 ne Australia  
Southern Scrub Robin Drymodes brunneopygia  Gould, 1841 AU : s Australia  
Greater Ground Robin Amalocichla sclateriana  De Vis, 1892 AU : c, se New Guinea  
        A. s. occidentalis  Rand, 1940 c New Guinea  
        A. s. sclateriana  De Vis, 1892 se New Guinea  
Lesser Ground Robin Amalocichla incerta  (Salvadori, 1876) AU : New Guinea  
        A. i. incerta  (Salvadori, 1876) w New Guinea  
        A. i. olivascentior  Hartert, 1930 wc New Guinea  
        A. i. brevicauda  (De Vis, 1894) e and se New Guinea  
       
Rockfowl (2)
Family Picathartidae
  PHY : Rockfowl, rockjumpers, and rail-babbler form an ancient clade that is sister to the Petroica and in turn to the Passerida (Jønsson et al. 2007)
White-necked Rockfowl Picathartes gymnocephalus  (Temminck, 1825) AF : w ENG : CHANGE English name from White-necked Picathartes to White-necked Rockfowl
Grey-necked Rockfowl Picathartes oreas  Reichenow, 1899 AF : w ENG : CHANGE English name from Grey-necked Picathartes to Grey-necked Rockfowl
       
Rockjumpers (2)
Family Chaetopidae
   
Cape Rockjumper Chaetops frenatus  (Temminck, 1826) AF : w South Africa  
Drakensberg Rockjumper Chaetops aurantius  Layard, EL, 1867 AF : e South Africa  
       
Rail-babbler (1)
Family Eupetidae
  PHY, SEQ : Restrict Eupetidae to Rail-babbler Eupetes; resequence as sister to Chaetops and in turn to Picathartes (Jønsson et al. 2007)
Rail-babbler Eupetes macrocerus  Temminck, 1831 OR : Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Borneo ENG : Change English name of Eupetes macrocerus to Rail-babbler, as it is the only species and the simpler name conforms to other leading works.
        E. m. borneensis  Robinson & Kloss, 1921 n Borneo  
        E. m. macrocerus  Temminck, 1831 Malay Pen. and Sumatra