Base de datos de aves mexicanas del Natural History Museum, Tring, Inglaterra

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Desde 1996, se firmó un convenio entre la Facultad de Ciencias de la UNAM, la CONABIO y el Museum of Natural History (Inglaterra), con el objetivo de construir una base de datos de ejemplares mexicanos de mamíferos, aves, herpetofauna y mariposas contenidas en las colecciones de esta última institución.

Reino: 1 Filo: 1 Clase: 1 Orden: 25 Familia: 85 Género: 368 Especie: 786

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Navarro-Sigüenza A. G. 2004. Base de datos de aves mexicanas del Natural History Museum, Tring, Inglaterra. Facultad de Ciencias. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Bases de datos SNIB-CONABIO, proyecto V009. México, D. F.

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Keywords

Occurrence; Specimen; Aves

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Contacts

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Adolfo Gerardo Navarro Sigüenza
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Universidad Nacional Autónoma de MéxicoFacultad de CienciasDepartamento de BiologíaMuseo de Zoología "Alfonso L Herrera" 04510 México Distrito Federal MX Tel 5622 5435, 5622 4832 Fax 5622 4828

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Comisión Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad Liga Periférico-Insurgentes Sur No. 4903, Col. Parques del Pedregal 14010 México Tlalpan MX 50045000
https://www.gob.mx/conabio

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CONABIO Comisión nacional para el conocimiento y uso de la biodiversidad
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Comisión Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad Liga Periférico-Insurgentes Sur No. 4903, Col. Parques del Pedregal 14010 MÉXICO Tlalpan MX 50045000
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Geographic Coverage

País: MEXICO (AGUASCALIENTES, BAJA CALIFORNIA, BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR, CAMPECHE, CHIAPAS, CHIHUAHUA, CIUDAD DE MEXICO, COAHUILA DE ZARAGOZA, COLIMA, DISTRITO FEDERAL, DURANGO, GUANAJUATO, GUERRERO, HIDALGO, JALISCO, MEXICO, MICHOACAN DE OCAMPO, MORELOS, NAYARIT, NO DISPONIBLE, NUEVO LEON, OAXACA, PUEBLA, QUINTANA ROO, SAN LUIS POTOSI, SINALOA, SONORA, TABASCO, TAMAULIPAS, TLAXCALA, VERACRUZ DE IGNACIO DE LA LLAVE, YUCATAN, ZACATECAS)

Bounding Coordinates South West [14.717, -118.37], North East [32.417, -86.723]

Taxonomic Coverage

Reino: Animalia Filo: Chordata Clase: Aves Orden: Strigiformes, Piciformes, Passeriformes, Columbiformes, Apodiformes, Trogoniformes, Charadriiformes, Coraciiformes, Galliformes, Falconiformes, Accipitriformes, Cuculiformes, Psittaciformes, Anseriformes, Procellariiformes, Gruiformes, Caprimulgiformes, Podicipediformes, Tinamiformes, Pelecaniformes, Suliformes, Cathartiformes, Nyctibiiformes, Phoenicopteriformes, Ciconiiformes Familia: Strigidae, Picidae, Icteridae, Bombycillidae, Sittidae, Thraupidae, Tyrannidae, Columbidae, Trochilidae, Trogonidae, Passerellidae, Tityridae, Parulidae, Ptiliogonatidae, Scolopacidae, Thamnophilidae, Certhiidae, Fringillidae, Alcedinidae, Cardinalidae, Aegithalidae, Polioptilidae, Regulidae, Odontophoridae, Turdidae, Vireonidae, Troglodytidae, Corvidae, Falconidae, Peucedramidae, Accipitridae, Cuculidae, Hirundinidae, Psittacidae, Alaudidae, Anatidae, Furnariidae, Laridae, Procellariidae, Momotidae, Rallidae, Mimidae, Jacanidae, Laniidae, Cinclidae, Caprimulgidae, Paridae, Charadriidae, Hydrobatidae, Podicipedidae, Icteriidae, Ramphastidae, Tinamidae, Alcidae, Apodidae, Cracidae, Emberizidae, Spindalidae, Haematopodidae, Ardeidae, Tytonidae, Recurvirostridae, Calcariidae, Pipridae, Burhinidae, Threskiornithidae, Motacillidae, Formicariidae, Pandionidae, Phalacrocoracidae, Rhodinocichlidae, Remizidae, Heliornithidae, Cotingidae, Anhingidae, Phasianidae, Grallariidae, Cathartidae, Onychorhynchidae, Nyctibiidae

Kingdom  Animalia
Phylum  Chordata
Class  Aves
Order  Strigiformes,  Piciformes,  Passeriformes,  Columbiformes,  Apodiformes,  Trogoniformes,  Charadriiformes,  Coraciiformes,  Galliformes,  Falconiformes,  Accipitriformes,  Cuculiformes,  Psittaciformes,  Anseriformes,  Procellariiformes,  Gruiformes,  Caprimulgiformes,  Podicipediformes,  Tinamiformes,  Pelecaniformes,  Suliformes,  Cathartiformes,  Nyctibiiformes,  Phoenicopteriformes,  Ciconiiformes
Family  Strigidae,  Picidae,  Icteridae,  Bombycillidae,  Sittidae,  Thraupidae,  Tyrannidae,  Columbidae,  Trochilidae,  Trogonidae,  Passerellidae,  Tityridae,  Parulidae,  Ptiliogonatidae,  Scolopacidae,  Thamnophilidae,  Certhiidae,  Fringillidae,  Alcedinidae,  Cardinalidae,  Aegithalidae,  Polioptilidae,  Regulidae,  Odontophoridae,  Turdidae,  Vireonidae,  Troglodytidae,  Corvidae,  Falconidae,  Peucedramidae,  Accipitridae,  Cuculidae,  Hirundinidae,  Psittacidae,  Alaudidae,  Anatidae,  Furnariidae,  Laridae,  Procellariidae,  Momotidae,  Rallidae,  Mimidae,  Jacanidae,  Laniidae,  Cinclidae,  Caprimulgidae,  Paridae,  Charadriidae,  Hydrobatidae,  Podicipedidae,  Icteriidae,  Ramphastidae,  Tinamidae,  Alcidae,  Apodidae,  Cracidae,  Emberizidae,  Spindalidae,  Haematopodidae,  Ardeidae,  Tytonidae,  Recurvirostridae,  Calcariidae,  Pipridae,  Burhinidae,  Threskiornithidae,  Motacillidae,  Formicariidae,  Pandionidae,  Phalacrocoracidae,  Rhodinocichlidae,  Remizidae,  Heliornithidae,  Cotingidae,  Anhingidae,  Phasianidae,  Grallariidae,  Cathartidae,  Onychorhynchidae,  Nyctibiidae,  Galbulidae,  Phoenicopteridae,  Ciconiidae,  Fregatidae,  Aramidae
Genus  Otus,  Melanerpes,  Icterus,  Bombycilla,  Sitta,  Sporophila,  Contopus,  Molothrus,  Zenaida,  Cynanthus,  Trogon,  Spizella,  Tityra,  Agelaius,  Sayornis,  Dendroica,  Geothlypis,  Zimmerius,  Tolmomyias,  Ptiliogonys,  Attila,  Actitis,  Thamnophilus,  Certhia,  Carpodacus,  Chondestes,  Myiopagis,  Myioborus,  Megaceryle,  Cardinalis,  Psaltriparus,  Amazilia,  Polioptila,  Chlorospingus,  Anthracothorax,  Pipilo,  Regulus,  Arremonops,  Pachyramphus,  Callipepla,  Arenaria,  Piranga,  Atlapetes,  Calidris,  Pheucticus,  Catharus,  Hylocharis,  Colaptes,  Quiscalus,  Vireo,  Pitangus,  Thryothorus,  Cyanocorax,  Amblycercus,  Falco,  Cyanocitta,  Peucedramus,  Leptotila,  Tringa,  Buteo,  Myiarchus,  Columbina,  Mitrephanes,  Empidonax,  Carduelis,  Piaya,  Buteogallus,  Stelgidopteryx,  Phainopepla,  Sialia,  Tyrannus,  Calocitta,  Euphonia,  Lamprolaima,  Oporornis,  Aratinga,  Megarynchus,  Ramphocelus,  Progne,  Aimophila,  Eremophila,  Salpinctes,  Anas,  Cacicus,  Basileuterus,  Wilsonia,  Veniliornis,  Setophaga,  Xiphocolaptes,  Ergaticus,  Chloroceryle,  Phaethornis,  Crotophaga,  Chlorostilbon,  Heliomaster,  Larus,  Puffinus,  Myiodynastes,  Doricha,  Campylorhynchus,  Saltator,  Lampornis,  Volatinia,  Archilochus,  Passerina,  Momotus,  Oriturus,  Hirundo,  Picoides,  Fulica,  Troglodytes,  Dumetella,  Jacana,  Myadestes,  Melanoptila,  Uropsila,  Turdus,  Lanius,  Colinus,  Calothorax,  Elaenia,  Myiozetetes,  Geococcyx,  Calypte,  Rhodothraupis,  Cinclus,  Melanotis,  Synallaxis,  Chondrohierax,  Lepidocolaptes,  Calamospiza,  Chlorophonia,  Mimus,  Caprimulgus,  Limnodromus,  Phalaropus,  Philortyx,  Baeolophus,  Nyctidromus,  Charadrius,  Oceanodroma,  Passerculus,  Pyrocephalus,  Melozone,  Tachybaptus,  Catherpes,  Spiza,  Loxia,  Eupherusa,  Lophostrix,  Parula,  Atthis,  Habia,  Zonotrichia,  Vermivora,  Selasphorus,  Amazona,  Mniotilta,  Xiphorhynchus,  Icteria,  Pteroglossus,  Sterna,  Tachycineta,  Crypturellus,  Ridgwayia,  Xanthocephalus,  Aphelocoma,  Ara,  Accipiter,  Sturnella,  Tiaris,  Ciccaba,  Dendrocygna,  Ptychoramphus,  Thryomanes,  Cyanolyca,  Geranospiza,  Diglossa,  Corvus,  Numenius,  Coccothraustes,  Melospiza,  Chordeiles,  Sphyrapicus,  Henicorhina,  Chaetura,  Toxostoma,  Sclerurus,  Crax,  Bubo,  Ortalis,  Odontophorus,  Hylophilus,  Oryzoborus,  Forpus,  Junco,  Spindalis,  Haematopus,  Euthlypis,  Campephilus,  Rhynchocyclus,  Automolus,  Nyctanassa,  Rynchops,  Euphagus,  Pionus,  Columba,  Buarremon,  Petrochelidon,  Poecile,  Tyto,  Coccyzus,  Cardellina,  Pooecetes,  Cyrtonyx,  Leptodon,  Ardea,  Aulacorhynchus,  Glaucidium,  Seiurus,  Caryothraustes,  Cyanocompsa,  Athene,  Legatus,  Stellula,  Thraupis,  Recurvirostra,  Geotrygon,  Gallinula,  Streptoprocne,  Ramphastos,  Amphispiza,  Ammodramus,  Limosa,  Egretta,  Oreoscoptes,  Dryocopus,  Eugenes,  Calcarius,  Tilmatura,  Micrastur,  Circus,  Cypseloides,  Penelope,  Oxyura,  Colibri,  Camptostoma,  Anabacerthia,  Claravis,  Sittasomus,  Dives,  Dendrortyx,  Ramphocaenus,  Parabuteo,  Ictinia,  Morococcyx,  Eumomota,  Bartramia,  Chiroxiphia,  Deltarhynchus,  Campylopterus,  Burhinus,  Rallus,  Psarocolius,  Xenospiza,  Himantopus,  Cercomacra,  Cairina,  Vireolanius,  Eudocimus,  Butorides,  Dendrocincla,  Synthliboramphus,  Anthus,  Pulsatrix,  Mionectes,  Pluvialis,  Pipra,  Formicarius,  Dactylortyx,  Ornithion,  Hylorchilus,  Spizaetus,  Pandion,  Cyanerpes,  Aramides,  Gallinago,  Abeillia,  Dromococcyx,  Microrhopias,  Hylomanes,  Podilymbus,  Poecilotriccus,  Hylocichla,  Dolichonyx,  Cochlearius,  Caracara,  Ixobrychus,  Phalacrocorax,  Rhodinocichla,  Auriparus,  Platyrinchus,  Euptilotis,  Platalea,  Sicalis,  Heliornis,  Helmitheros,  Porzana,  Nycticorax,  Botaurus,  Granatellus,  Herpetotheres,  Rhynchopsitta,  Aeronautes,  Cotinga,  Coereba,  Eucometis,  Aspatha,  Riparia,  Celeus,  Anhinga,  Tapera,  Meleagris,  Pyrilia,  Taraba,  Aquila,  Grallaria,  Cathartes,  Cistothorus,  Coragyps,  Aythya,  Limnothlypis,  Onychorhynchus,  Todirostrum,  Strix,  Aegolius,  Myiobius,  Laterallus,  Brotogeris,  Leucopternis,  Elanus,  Harpagus,  Micrathene,  Nyctibius,  Leptopogon,  Galbula,  Plegadis,  Ibycter,  Protonotaria,  Bolborhynchus,  Penelopina,  Phoenicopterus,  Starnoenas,  Mycteria,  Podiceps,  Xenotriccus,  Tinamus,  Brachyramphus,  Harpyhaliaetus,  Fregata,  Aramus,  Busarellus,  Xenops,  Lanio,  Tryngites,  Nyctiphrynus,  Oncostoma,  Electron
Species  Otus flammeolus (flammulated owl, tecolote ojos oscuros),  Melanerpes formicivorus (acorn woodpecker, carpintero bellotero),  Icterus gularis (altamira oriole, bolsero de Altamira, calandria dorso negro mayor),  Bombycilla cedrorum (cedar waxwing, ampelis chinito, chinito),  Sitta pygmaea (pygmy nuthatch, bajapalos enano, sita enana),  Sporophila morelleti (semillero de collar),  Contopus cinereus (tropical pewee, pibí tropical, papamoscas tropical),  Molothrus aeneus (bronzed cowbird, tordo ojos rojos),  Zenaida aurita (Zenaida dove, paloma aurita, huilota caribeña),  Cynanthus latirostris (broad-billed hummingbird, colibrí pico ancho),  Trogon citreolus (citreoline trogon, trogón citrino, coa citrina),  Spizella pallida (clay-colored sparrow, gorrión pálido),  Melanerpes uropygialis (gila woodpecker, carpintero del desierto),  Tityra semifasciata (masked tityra, titira enmascarada, titira puerquito),  Agelaius phoeniceus (red-winged blackbird, tordo sargento),  Sayornis phoebe (eastern phoebe, papamoscas fibí),  Dendroica nigrescens (black-throated gray warbler, chipe negrogris),  Geothlypis trichas (common yellowthroat, mascarita común),  Zimmerius vilissimus (paltry tyrannulet, mosquero ceja gris, mosquerito cejas blancas),  Tolmomyias sulphurescens (yellow-olive, mosquero ojo blanco, mosquerito ojos blancos),  Ptiliogonys cinereus (gray silky-flycatcher, capulinero gris),  Attila spadiceus (bright-rumped attila, Atila, mosquero atila),  Actitis macularius (spotted sandpiper, playero alzacolita),  Icterus cucullatus (hooded oriole, bolsero encapuchado, calandria dorso negro menor),  Icterus spurius (orchard oriole, bolsero castaño, calandria castaña),  Thamnophilus doliatus (barred antshrike, batará barrado),  Certhia americana (brown creeper, trepador americano, trepadorcito americano),  Carpodacus mexicanus (house finch, pinzón mexicano),  Dendroica coronata (yellow-rumped warbler, chipe coronado, chipe rabadilla amarilla),  Chondestes grammacus (lark sparrow, gorrión arlequín),  Myiopagis viridicata (greenish elaenia, elenia verdosa, mosquerito verdoso),  Myioborus pictus (painted redstart, chipe ala blanca, pavito alas blancas),  Megaceryle alcyon (belted kingfisher, martín pescador norteño),  Cardinalis cardinalis (northern cardinal, cardenal rojo),  Psaltriparus minimus (bushtit, sastrecillo),  Amazilia beryllina (berylline hummingbird, colibrí berilo),  Polioptila caerulea (blue-gray gnatcatcher, perlita azulgris),  Chlorospingus ophthalmicus (common bush-tanager, chinchinero común),  Dendroica petechia (yellow warbler, chipe amarillo),  Anthracothorax prevostii (green-breasted mango, colibrí garganta negra),  Spizella passerina (chipping sparrow, gorrión cejas blancas),  Pipilo chlorurus (green-tailed towhee, toquí cola verde, rascador cola verde),  Regulus calendula (ruby-crowned kinglet, reyezuelo matraquita, reyezuelo de rojo),  Arremonops rufivirgatus (olive sparrow, rascador oliváceo),  Pachyramphus aglaiae (rose-throated becard, mosquero-cabezón degollado, cabezón degollado),  Callipepla squamata (scaled quail, codorniz escamosa),  Arenaria interpres (ruddy turnstone, vuelvepiedras rojizo),  Piranga bidentata (flame-colored tanager, tangara dorso rayado, piranga dorso rayado),  Atlapetes pileatus (rufous-capped brush-finch, atlapetes gorra rufa, rascador gorra canela),  Calidris mauri (western sandpiper, playero occidental),  Pheucticus melanocephalus (black-headed grosbeak, picogordo tigrillo),  Dendroica virens (black-throated green warbler, chipe dorso verde),  Catharus aurantiirostris (orange-billed nightingale-thrush, zorzal pico naranja),  Hylocharis leucotis (white-eared hummingbird, zafiro oreja blanca, zafiro orejas blancas),  Colaptes auratus (northern flicker, carpintero de pechera, carpintero de pechera común),  Quiscalus mexicanus (great-tailed grackle, zanate mayor),  Vireo bellii (Bell´s vireo, vireo de Bell),  Pitangus sulphuratus (great kiskadee, Luis bienteveo),  Thryothorus maculipectus (spot-breasted wren, chivirín moteado, saltapared moteado),  Cyanocorax morio (brown jay, chara papán, chara pea),  Amblycercus holosericeus (yellow-billed cacique, cacique pico claro),  Falco rufigularis (bat falcon, halcón murcielaguero, halcón enano),  Cyanocitta stelleri (Steller's jay, chara crestada, chara copetona),  Peucedramus taeniatus (olive warbler, ocotero enmascarado),  Leptotila jamaicensis (caribbean dove, paloma caribeña),  Tringa flavipes (lesser yellowlegs, patamarilla menor),  Vireo magister (Yucatan vireo, vireo yucateco),  Buteo plagiatus (aguililla gris),  Myiarchus tuberculifer (dusky-capped flycatcher, papamoscas triste),  Columbina inca (inca dove, tórtola cola larga, tortolita cola larga),  Dendroica occidentalis (hermit warbler, chipe cabeza amarilla),  Mitrephanes phaeocercus (tufted flycatcher, mosquero copetón, papamoscas copetón),  Empidonax occidentalis (cordilleran flycatcher, mosquero barranqueño, papamoscas amarillo barranqueño),  Icterus abeillei (black-backed oriole, bolsero dorsioscuro, calandria flancos negros),  Carduelis notata (black-headed siskin, jilguero encapuchado, jilguerito encapuchado),  Piaya cayana (squirrel cuckoo, cuclillo canelo, cuclillo canela),  Buteogallus anthracinus (common black-hawk, aguililla negra menor),  Catharus frantzii (ruddy-capped nightingale-thrush, zorzal de Frantzius),  Buteo brachyurus (short-tailed hawk, aguililla cola corta),  Stelgidopteryx serripennis (northern rough-winged swallow, golondrina alas aserradas),  Trogon mexicanus (mountain trogon, trogón mexicano, coa mexicana),  Phainopepla nitens (Phainopepla, capulinero negro),  Sialia sialis (eastern bluebird, azulejo garganta canela),  Contopus cooperi (olive-sided flycatcher, pibí boreal, papamoscas boreal),  Tyrannus forficatus (scissor-tailed flycatcher, tirano tijereta rosado),  Sitta carolinensis (white-breasted nuthatch, sita pecho blanco, bajapalos pecho blanco),  Falco sparverius (american kestrel, cernícalo americano),  Calocitta colliei (black-throated magpie-jay, urraca-hermosa cara negra, urraca cara negra),  Euphonia elegantissima (elegant euphonia, eufonia capucha azul, eufonia gorra azul),  Empidonax minimus (least flycatcher, mosquero mímimo, papamoscas chico),  Lamprolaima rhami (garnet-throated hummingbird, colibrí ala castaña, colibrí multicolor),  Oporornis tolmiei (MacGillivray´s warbler, chipe lores negros, chipe de Tolmie),  Aratinga strenua (Pacific parakeet, perico centroamericano),  Megarynchus pitangua (boat-billed flycatcher, Luis pico grueso),  Ramphocelus sanguinolentus (crimson-collared tanager, tangara sanguinolenta, tangara rojinegra),  Cyanocorax yncas (gren jay, chara verde),  Progne dominicensis (caribbean martin, golondrina grande),  Aimophila ruficauda (stripe-headed sparrow, zacatonero corona rayada),  Eremophila alpestris (horned lark, alondra cornuda),  Sporophila torqueola (white-collared seedeater, semillero rabadilla canela, semillero de collar),  Calidris pusilla (semipalmated sandpiper, playero semipalmeado),  Salpinctes obsoletus (rock wren, saltapared de rocas, chivirín saltarroca),  Anas cyanoptera (cinnamon teal, cerceta canela),  Cacicus melanicterus (yellow-winged cacique, cacique mexicano),  Basileuterus rufifrons (rufous-capped warbler, chipe gorra canela, chipe gorra rufa),  Leptotila verreauxi (white-tipped dove, paloma arroyera),  Wilsonia citrina (hooded warbler, chipe encapuchado),  Columbina talpacoti (ruddy ground-dove, tórtola rojiza, tortolita canela),  Veniliornis fumigatus (smoky-brown woodpecker, carpintero café),  Tyrannus couchii (Couch´s kingbird, tirano silbador, tirano cuír),  Setophaga ruticilla (american redstart, chipe flameante, pavito migratorio),  Xiphocolaptes promeropirhynchus (strong-billed woodcreeper, trepatroncos gigante),  Buteo jamaicensis (red-tailed hawk, aguililla cola roja),  Ergaticus ruber (red warbler, chipe rojo),  Regulus satrapa (golden-crowned kinglet, reyezuelo de oro, reyezuelo corona amarilla),  Chloroceryle aenea (american pygmy kingfisher, martín pescador enano),  Icterus parisorum (Scott's oriole, bolsero tunero, calandria tunera),  Phaethornis striigularis (little hermit, ermitaño enano, colibrí ermitaño enano),  Crotophaga sulcirostris (groove-billed ani, garrapatero pijuy),  Chlorostilbon canivetii (Canivet´s emerald, esmeralda tijereta, esmeralda oriental),  Pachyramphus major (gray-collared Becard, mosquero-cabezón mexicano, cabezón mexicano),  Aimophila ruficeps (rufous-crowned sparrow, zacatonero corona rufa, zacatonero corona canela),  Heliomaster constantii (plain-capped starthroat, colibrí picudo, colibrí picudo occidental),  Larus atricilla (laughing gull, gaviota reidora),  Puffinus auricularis (Townsend's shearwater, pardela de Revillagigedo, pardela de Islas Revillagigedo),  Myiodynastes luteiventris (sulphur-bellied flycatcher, papamoscas atigrado, papamoscas rayado común),  Vireo huttoni (Hutton´s vireo, vireo reyezuelo),  Doricha eliza (mexican sheartail, colibrí cola hendida, colibrí tijereta mexicano),  Campylorhynchus brunneicapillus (cactus wren, matraca del desierto),  Piranga flava (hepatic tanager, tangara encinera, piranga encinera),  Empidonax hammondii (Hammond´s flycatcher, mosquero de Hammond, papamoscas de Hammond),  Saltator atriceps (black-headed saltator, picurero cabeza negra, saltador cabeza negra),  Melanerpes aurifrons (golden-fronted woodpecker, carpintero cheje),  Lampornis clemenciae (blue-throated hummingbird, colibrí garganta azul),  Volatinia jacarina (blue-black grassquit, semillero brincador),  Icterus graduacauda (Audubon´s oriole, bolsero cabeza negra, calandria capucha negra),  Carduelis pinus (pine siskin, jilguero pinero, jilguerito pinero),  Icterus pustulatus (streak-backed oriole, bolsero dorso rayado, calandria dorso rayado),  Archilochus alexandri (black-chinned hummingbird, colibrí barba negra),  Wilsonia pusilla (Wilson's warbler, chipe corona negra),  Passerina ciris (painted bunting, colorín sietecolores),  Sayornis nigricans (black phoebe, papamoscas negro),  Dendroica dominica (yellow-throated warbler, chipe garganta amarilla),  Momotus mexicanus (russet-crowned motmot, momoto corona café, momoto corona canela),  Pheucticus ludovicianus (rose-breasted grosbeak, picogordo pecho rosa, picogordo degollado),  Oriturus superciliosus (striped sparrow, zacatonero rayado, zacatonero serrano),  Passerina caerulea (blue grosbeak, picogordo azul),  Hirundo rustica (barn swallow, golondrina tijereta),  Picoides villosus (hairy woodpecker, carpintero velloso-mayor, carpintero albinegro mayor),  Fulica americana (american coot, gallareta americana),  Saltator maximus (buff-throated saltator, picurero bosquero, saltador garganta ocre),  Catharus mexicanus (black-headed nightingale-thrush, zorzal corona negra),  Trogon collaris (collared trogon, trogón de collar, coa de collar),  Troglodytes aedon (house wren, chivirín saltapared, saltapared común),  Dumetella carolinensis (gray catbird, maullador gris),  Thryothorus felix (happy wren, chivirín feliz, saltapared feliz),  Calidris minutilla (least sandpiper, playero diminuto, playero chichicuilote),  Jacana spinosa (northern jacana, jacana norteña),  Myadestes townsendi (Townsend's solitaire, clarín norteño),  Pheucticus chrysopeplus (yellow grosbeak, picogordo amarillo),  Melanoptila glabrirostris (black catbird, maullador negro),  Uropsila leucogastra (white-bellied wren, chivirín vientre blanco, saltapared vientre blanco),  Turdus grayi (clay-colored robin, mirlo pardo, mirlo café),  Lanius ludovicianus (loggerhead shrike, alcaudón verdugo, verdugo americano),  Piranga ludoviciana (western tanager, piranga capucha roja, tangara capucha roja),  Tyrannus vociferans (Cassin´s kingbird, tirano gritón, tirano chibiú),  Colinus virginianus (northern bobwhite, codorniz cotuí),  Picoides scalaris (ladder-backed woodpecker, carpintero mexicano),  Calothorax lucifer (lucifer hummingbird, colibrí lucifer),  Sialia mexicana (western bluebird, azulejo garganta azul),  Basileuterus culicivorus (golden-crowned warbler, chipe corona dorada, chipe cejas negras),  Elaenia flavogaster (yellow-bellied Elaenia, elenia vientre amarillo, mosquero elenia copetón),  Aimophila botterii (Botterri´s sparrow, zacatonero de Botteri),  Melanerpes chrysogenys (golden-cheeked woodpecker, carpintero enmascarado),  Myiozetetes similis (social flycatcher, luisito común, Luis gregario),  Geococcyx velox (lesser roadrunner, correcaminos tropical),  Calypte costae (Costa's hummingbird, colibrí cabeza violeta),  Icterus bullockii (Bullock´s oriole, bolsero calandria, calandria cejas naranjas),  Rhodothraupis celaeno (crimson-collared grosbeak, picogordo cuello rojo),  Picoides stricklandi (strickland's woodpecker, carpintero de Strickland, carpintero transvolcánico),  Buteo nitidus (gray hawk),  Myioborus miniatus (slate-throated redstart, chipe de montaña, pavito alas negras),  Cinclus mexicanus (american dipper, mirlo acuático norteamericano),  Chlorostilbon forficatus (Cozumel emerald, esmeralda de Cozumel, esmeralda de Isla Cozumel),  Ramphocelus passerinii (Passerini´s tanager, tangara terciopelo, tangara rabadilla roja),  Melanotis caerulescens (blue mockingbird, mulato azul),  Synallaxis erythrothorax (rufous-breasted spinetail, güitío pecho rufo, hormiguero pepito),  Amazilia violiceps (violet-crowned hummingbird, colibrí corona violeta),  Chondrohierax uncinatus (hook-billed kite, gavilán pico de gancho),  Passerina versicolor (varied bunting, colorín morado),  Lepidocolaptes affinis (spot-crowned woodcreeper, trepatroncos corona punteada),  Pipilo maculatus (spotted towhee, toquí moteado, rascador moteado),  Calamospiza melanocorys (lark bunting, gorrión alas blancas),  Icterus mesomelas (yellow-tailed oriole, bolsero cola amarilla, calandria cola amarilla),  Chlorophonia occipitalis (blue-crowned chlorophonia, clorofonia corona azul),  Melanerpes hypopolius (gray-breasted woodpecker, carpintero pecho gris, carpintero del balsas),  Melanerpes pygmaeus (red-vented woodpecker, carpintero yucateco),  Vireo gilvus (warbling vireo, vireo gorjeador),  Mimus gilvus (tropical mockingbird, centzontle tropical),  Vireo plumbeus (plumbeous vireo, vireo plomizo),  Carduelis psaltria (lesser goldfinch, jilguero dominico, jilguerito dominico),  Empidonax wrightii (gray flycatcher, mosquero gris, papamoscas bajacolita),  Caprimulgus vociferus (whip-poor-will, tapacaminos cuerporruín norteño),  Archilochus colubris (ruby-throated hummingbird, colibrí garganta rubí),  Limnodromus griseus (short-billed dowitcher, costurero pico corto),  Phalaropus tricolor (Wilson's phalarope, falaropo pico largo),  Amazilia tzacatl (rufous-tailed hummingbird, colibrí cola rojiza, colibrí cola canela),  Philortyx fasciatus (banded quail, codorniz rayada, codorniz barrada),  Oporornis formosus (kentucky warbler, chipe patilludo),  Baeolophus atricristatus (carbonero cresta negra),  Nyctidromus albicollis (pauraque, chotacabras pauraque),  Charadrius vociferus (killdeer, chorlo tildío),  Oceanodroma cheimomnestes (paíño de Ainley),  Passerculus sandwichensis (savannah sparrow, gorrión sabanero),  Trogon caligatus (trogón violáceo, coa violácea norteña),  Pyrocephalus rubinus (vermilion flycatcher, mosquero cardenal, papamoscas cardenalito),  Sayornis saya (Say's phoebe, papamoscas llanero),  Melozone kieneri (rusty-crowned ground-sparrow, rascador nuca rufa, rascador nuca canela),  Tachybaptus dominicus (least grebe, zambullidor menor),  Catherpes mexicanus (canyon wren, chivirín barranqueño, saltapared barranqueño),  Spiza americana (dickcissel, arrocero americano),  Loxia curvirostra (red crossbill, picotuerto rojo),  Turdus migratorius (american robin, mirlo primavera),  Eupherusa eximia (stripe-tailed hummingbird, colibrí cola rayada),  Lophostrix cristata (crested owl, búho cuerno blanco, búho cuernos blancos),  Parula americana (northern parula, parula norteña, chipe pecho manchado),  Atthis heloisa (bumblebee hummingbird, zumbador mexicano),  Habia fuscicauda (red-throated ant-tanager, piranga hormiguera garganta roja, tangara-hormiguera garganta roja),  Parula superciliosa (crescent-chested warbler, parula ceja blanca, chipe cejas blancas),  Empidonax affinis (pine flycatcher, mosquero pinero, papamoscas pinero),  Thryothorus sinaloa (Sinaloa wren, chivirín sinaloense, saltapared sinaloense),  Zonotrichia leucophrys (white-crowned sparrow, gorrión corona blanca),  Vermivora ruficapilla (Nashville warbler, chipe de coronilla, chipe cabeza gris),  Vermivora celata (orange-crowned warbler, chipe corona naranja, chipe oliváceo),  Selasphorus rufus (rufous hummingbird, zumbador rufo, zumbador canelo),  Amazona oratrix (yellow-headed parrot, loro cabeza amarilla),  Piranga olivacea (scarlet tanager, tangara escarlata, piranga escarlata),  Cyanocorax yucatanicus (Yucatan jay, chara yucateca),  Amazona xantholora (yellow-lored parrot, loro yucateco),  Piranga roseogularis (rose-throated tanager, tangara yucateca, piranga yucateca),  Momotus coeruliceps (momoto corona azul),  Chloroceryle americana (green kingfisher, martín pescador verde),  Icterus wagleri (black-vented oriole, bolsero de Wagler, calandria de Wagler),  Mniotilta varia (black-and-white warbler, chipe trepador),  Passerina rositae (rose-bellied bunting, colorín azulrosa),  Contopus sordidulus (western wood-pewee, papamoscas del oeste, pibí occidental),  Geothlypis poliocephala (gray-crowned yellowthroat, mascarita pico grueso),  Xiphorhynchus flavigaster (ivory-billed woodcreeper, trepatroncos bigotudo),  Dendroica pensylvanica (chestnut-sided warbler, chipe flancos castaños),  Icteria virens (yellow-breasted chat, buscabreña, chipe grande),  Pteroglossus torquatus (collared aracari, tucancillo collarejo),  Pipilo fuscus (canyon towhee, toquí pardo, rascador viejita),  Sterna maxima (oyal tern, charrán real),  Dendroica townsendi (Townsend's warbler, chipe de Townsend, chipe negroamarillo),  Calocitta formosa (white-throated magpie-jay, urraca-hermosa cara blanca, urraca cara blanca),  Catharus ustulatus (Swainson's thrush, zorzal de anteojos, zorzal de Swainson),  Icterus auratus (orange oriole, bolsero yucateco, calandria dorso naranja),  Tachycineta bicolor (tree swallow, golondrina bicolor),  Baeolophus wollweberi (bridled titmouse, carbonero embridado),  Molothrus ater (brown-headed cowbird, tordo cabeza café),  Crypturellus cinnamomeus (thicket tinamou, tinamú canelo),  Ridgwayia pinicola (aztec thrush, mirlo pinto, mirlo azteca),  Xanthocephalus xanthocephalus (yellow-headed blackbird, tordo cabeza amarilla),  Mimus polyglottos (northern mockingbird, centzontle norteño),  Aphelocoma coerulescens (Florida scrub jay),  Ara militaris (military macaw, guacamaya verde),  Momotus momota (blue-crowned motmot),  Accipiter striatus (sharp-shinned hawk, gavilán pecho rufo, gavilán pecho canela),  Sturnella magna (eastern meadowlark, pradero tortillaconchile),  Vireo flavoviridis (yellow-green vireo, vireo verdeamarillo),  Thryothorus pleurostictus (banded wren, chivirín barrado, saltapared barrado),  Vireo griseus (white-eyed vireo, vireo ojos blancos),  Myiarchus cinerascens (ash-throated flycatcher, papamoscas cenizo),  Passerina cyanea (indigo bunting, colorín azul),  Tiaris olivaceus (yellow-faced grassquit, semillero oliváceo),  Aimophila mystacalis (bridled sparrow, zacatonero embridado),  Ciccaba virgata (mottled owl, búho café),  Falco mexicanus (prairie falcon, halcón mexicano),  Dendrocygna autumnalis (black-bellied whistling-duck, pijije ala blanca, pijije alas blancas),  Aimophila rufescens (rusty sparrow, zacatonero rojizo, zacatonero canelo),  Ptychoramphus aleuticus (Cassin´s auklet, alcuela oscura, alquita oscura),  Thryomanes bewickii (Bewick´s wren, chivirín cola oscura, saltapared cola larga),  Cyanolyca cucullata (azure-hooded jay, chara gorro azul),  Geranospiza caerulescens (crane hawk, gavilán zancón),  Diglossa baritula (cinnamon-bellied flowerpiercer, picaflor canelo, picochueco vientre canela),  Corvus imparatus (Tamaulipas crow, cuervo tamaulipeco),  Numenius phaeopus (whimbrel, zarapito trinador),  Zenaida asiatica (white-winged dove, paloma alas blancas),  Coccothraustes vespertinus (evening grosbeak, picogrueso norteño),  Melospiza lincolnii (Lincoln´s sparrow, gorrión de Lincoln),  Chordeiles acutipennis (lesser nighthawk, chotacabras menor),  Tyrannus tyrannus (eastern kingbird, tirano dorso negro),  Sphyrapicus varius (yellow-bellied sapsucker, chupasavia maculado, carpintero moteado),  Cyanocorax sanblasianus (San Blas jay, chara de San Blas),  Henicorhina leucosticta (white-breasted wood-wren, chivirín pecho blanco, saltapared pecho blanco),  Chaetura pelagica (chimney swift, vencejo de chimenea),  Toxostoma curvirostre (curve-billed thrasher, cuicacoche pico curvo),  Cyanolyca pumilo (black-throated jay, chara de niebla),  Megaceryle torquata (ringed kingfisher, martín pescador de collar),  Sclerurus mexicanus (tawny-throated leaftosser, hojarasquero pecho rufo, hojarasquero pecho canela),  Euphonia gouldi (olive-backed euphonia, eufonia olivácea),  Crax rubra (great curassow, hocofaisán),  Bubo virginianus (great horned owl, búho cornudo),  Charadrius semipalmatus (semipalmated plover, chorlo semipalmeado),  Icterus prosthemelas (black-cowled oriole, bolsero capucha negra, calandria caperuza negra),  Ortalis vetula (plain chachalaca, chachalaca vetula, chachalaca oriental),  Basileuterus belli (golden-browed warbler, chipe cejas doradas),  Odontophorus guttatus (spotted wood-quail, codorniz bolonchaco),  Myiarchus yucatanensis (Yucatan flycatcher, papamoscas yucateco),  Turdus rufopalliatus (rufous-backed robin, mirlo dorso rufo, mirlo dorso canela),  Hylophilus decurtatus (lesser greenlet, vireocillo cabeza gris, verdillo gris),  Oryzoborus funereus (thick-billed seed-finch, semillero pico grueso),  Colaptes rubiginosus (golden-olive woodpecker, carpintero olivo, carpintero oliváceo),  Buteogallus urubitinga (great black-hawk, aguililla negra mayor),  Forpus cyanopygius (mexican parrotlet, perico catarina, periquito catarino),  Junco phaeonotus (yellow-eyed junco, junco ojos de lumbre),  Spindalis zena (stripe-headed tanager, tangara cabeza rayada),  Caprimulgus ridgwayi (buff-collared nightjar, tapacamino tu-cuchillo, tapacaminos tucuchillo),  Saltator coerulescens (grayish saltator, picurero grisáceo, saltador gris),  Haematopus palliatus (american oystercatcher, ostrero americano),  Euthlypis lachrymosa (fan-tailed warbler, chipe de roca, pavito de rocas),  Callipepla douglasii (elegant quail, codorniz cresta dorada),  Aimophila quinquestriata (five-striped sparrow, zacatonero cinco rayas),  Numenius americanus (long-billed curlew, zarapito pico largo),  Oceanodroma melania (black storm-petrel, paíño negro),  Catharus occidentalis (russet nightingale-thrush, zorzal mexicano),  Empidonax fulvifrons (buff-breasted flycatcher, mosquero pecho leonado, papamoscas pecho canela),  Campylorhynchus rufinucha (rufous-naped wren, matraca nuca canela, matraca nuca rufa),  Campephilus imperialis (imperial woodpecker, carpintero imperial),  Rhynchocyclus brevirostris (eye-ringed flatbill, mosquero de anteojos, mosquerito pico plano),  Automolus ochrolaemus (buff-throated foliage-gleaner, breñero garganta pálida, musguero garganta pálida),  Nyctanassa violacea (yellow-crowned night-heron, pedrete corona clara, garza nocturna corona clara),  Rynchops niger (black skimmer, rayador americano),  Vireo brevipennis (slaty vireo, vireo pizarra),  Amazilia yucatanensis (buff-bellied hummingbird, colibrí yucateco, colibrí vientre canelo),  Tyrannus melancholicus (tropicl kingbird, tirano tropical, tirano pirirí),  Euphagus cyanocephalus (Brewer´s blackbird, tordo ojo amarillo, tordo ojos amarillos),  Pionus senilis (white-crowned parrot, loro corona blanca),  Lampornis amethystinus (amethyst-throated hummingbird, colibrí garganta amatista),  Zonotrichia capensis (rufous-collared sparrow, gorrión chingolo),  Buteo albonotatus (zone-tailed hawk, aguililla aura),  Pipilo albicollis (white-throated towhee, toquí oaxaqueño, rascador oaxaqueño),  Spizella pusilla (field sparrow, gorrión pusila, gorrión llanero),  Selasphorus platycercus (broad-tailed hummingbird, zumbador cola ancha),  Columbina passerina (common ground-dove, tórtola coquita, tortolita pico rojo),  Aratinga nana (olive-throated parakeet, perico pecho sucio),  Columba fasciata (band-tailed pigeon, paloma encinera, paloma de collar),  Accipiter cooperii (Cooper´s hawk, gavilán de Cooper),  Buarremon brunneinucha (chestnut-capped brush-finch, atlapetes gorra castaña, rascador gorra castaña),  Aimophila humeralis (black-chested sparrow, zacatonero pecho negro),  Colaptes chrysoides (gilded flicker, carpintero collarejo, carpintero de pechera del noroeste),  Petrochelidon pyrrhonota (cliff swallow, golondrina risquera),  Poecile sclateri (mexican chickadee, carbonero mexicano),  Chlorostilbon auriceps (golden-crowned emerald, esmeralda mexicana, esmeralda occidental),  Tyto alba (barn owl, lechuza de campanario),  Coccyzus americanus (yellow-billed cuckoo, cuclillo pico amarillo),  Tringa semipalmata (willet, playero pihuiuí),  Cardellina rubrifrons (red-faced warbler, chipe cara roja),  Pooecetes gramineus (vesper sparrow, gorrión cola blanca),  Piranga erythrocephala (red-headed tanager, tangara cabeza roja, piranga cabeza roja),  Anas clypeata (northern shoveler, pato cucharón norteño),  Aphelocoma ultramarina (mexican jay, chara pecho gris neovolcánica, chara transvolcánica),  Sphyrapicus nuchalis (red-naped sapsucker, chupasavia nuca roja, carpintero nuca roja),  Cyrtonyx montezumae (Montezuma quail, codorniz de Moctezuma),  Heliomaster longirostris (long-billed starthroat, colibrí pico largo, colibrí picudo coroniazul),  Leptodon cayanensis (gray-headed kite, gavilán cabeza gris),  Aimophila cassinii (Cassin´s sparrow, zacatonero de Cassin),  Ardea alba (great egret, garza blanca),  Aulacorhynchus prasinus (emerald toucanet, tucaneta verde, tucancillo verde),  Trogon violaceus (violaceous trogon),  Glaucidium brasilianum (ferruginous pygmy-owl, tecolote bajeño),  Seiurus aurocapilla (ovenbird, chipe suelero),  Vireo solitarius (blue-headed vireo, vireo anteojillo),  Buteo magnirostris (roadside hawk, aguililla caminera),  Caryothraustes poliogaster (black-faced grosbeak, picogordo cara negra),  Cyanocompsa parellina (blue bunting, colorín azulnegro),  Buteo platypterus (broad-winged hawk, aguililla alas anchas),  Leptotila plumbeiceps (paloma cabeza ploma, paloma cabeza gris),  Myiarchus tyrannulus (brown-crested flycatcher, papamoscas tirano, papamoscas gritón),  Henicorhina leucophrys (gray-breasted wood-wren, chivirín pecho gris, saltapared pecho gris),  Campylorhynchus jocosus (Boucard´s wren, matraca del Balsas),  Athene cunicularia (burrowing owl, tecolote llanero),  Campylorhynchus megalopterus (gray-barred wren, matraca barrada),  Myadestes occidentalis (brown-backed solitaire, clarín jilguero),  Legatus leucophaius (piratic flycatcher, papamoscas pirata, papamoscas rayado chico),  Piranga leucoptera (white-winged tanager, tangara ala blanca, piranga alas blancas),  Aratinga canicularis (orange-fronted parakeet, perico frente naranja),  Aphelocoma woodhouseii (chara de collar),  Amazona autumnalis (red-lored parrot, loro cachetes amarillos),  Amazilia viridifrons (green-fronted hummingbird, colibrí frente verde),  Stellula calliope (calliope hummingbird, colibrí garganta rayada, zumbador garganta rayada),  Thraupis abbas (yellow-winged tanager, tangara alas amarillas),  Recurvirostra americana (american avocet, avoceta americana),  Geotrygon montana (ruddy quail-dove, paloma-perdiz rojiza, paloma canela),  Gallinula chloropus (common moorhen),  Streptoprocne rutila (chestnut-collared swift, vencejo cuello castaño),  Aphelocoma unicolor (unicolored jay, chara unicolor),  Campylorhynchus zonatus (band-backed wren, matraca tropical),  Geotrygon albifacies (white-faced quail-dove, paloma-perdiz cara blanca, paloma cara blanca),  Ramphastos sulfuratus (keel-billed toucan, tucán pico canoa),  Myiodynastes maculatus (streaked flycatcher, papamoscas rayado, papamoscas rayado cheje),  Tachycineta thalassina (violet-green swallow, golondrina verdemar),  Amphispiza bilineata (black-throated sparrow, zacatonero garganta negra),  Automolus rubiginosus (ruddy foliage-gleaner, breñero rojizo, musguero castaño),  Zenaida macroura (mourning dove, paloma huilota, huilota común),  Amazilia cyanocephala (azure-crowned hummingbird, colibrí corona azul),  Ammodramus savannarum (grasshopper sparrow, gorrión chapulín),  Passerina leclancherii (orange-breasted bunting, colorín pecho naranja),  Turdus assimilis (white-throated robin, mirlo garganta blanca),  Pipilo ocai (collared towhee, toquí de collar, rascador de collar),  Tringa solitaria (solitary sandpiper, playero solitario),  Cynanthus sordidus (dusky hummingbird, colibrí oscuro, colibrí opaco),  Oceanodroma leucorhoa (Leach´s storm-petrel, paíño de Leach),  Toxostoma longirostre (long-billed thrasher, cuicacoche pico largo),  Oceanodroma macrodactyla (Guadalupe storm-petrel, paíño de Guadalupe, paíño de Isla Guadalupe),  Sturnella neglecta (western meadowlark, pradero del oeste, pradero occidental),  Empidonax oberholseri (dusky flycatcher, mosquero oscuro, papamoscas matorralero),  Junco hyemalis (dark-eyed junco, junco ojo oscuro, junco ojos negros),  Polioptila albiloris (white-lored gnatcatcher, perlita pispirria),  Limosa fedoa (marbled godwit, picopando canelo),  Dendroica magnolia (magnolia warbler, chipe de magnolias),  Cardinalis sinuatus (pyrrhuloxia, cardenal pardo, cardenal desértico),  Egretta rufescens (reddish egret, garceta rojiza, garza rojiza),  Oreoscoptes montanus (sage thrasher, cuitlacoche de chías, cuicacoche chato),  Vireo leucophrys (brown-capped vireo, vireo gorra parda, vireo gorra café),  Otus asio (eastern screech-owl, tecolote oriental, tecolote del este),  Vireo flavifrons (yellow-throated vireo, vireo garganta amarilla),  Egretta thula (snowy egret, garceta pie-dorado, garza dedos dorados),  Empidonax flaviventris (yellow-bellied flycatcher, mosquero vientre amarillo, papamoscas vientre amarillo),  Cyanocorax beecheii (purplish-backed jay, chara de Beechy, chara sinaloense),  Dryocopus lineatus (lineated woodpecker, carpintero lineado),  Eugenes fulgens (magnificent hummingbird, colibrí magnífico),  Toxostoma guttatum (Cozumel thrasher, cuicacoche de Isla Cozumel),  Calcarius ornatus (chestnut-collared longspur, escribano collar castaño),  Calidris melanotos (pectoral sandpiper, playero pectoral),  Tilmatura dupontii (sparkling-tailed hummingbird, colibrí cola pinta),  Micrastur semitorquatus (collared forest-falcon, halcón selvático de collar),  Circus hudsonius (gavilán rastrero),  Carpodacus cassinii (Cassin's finch, pinzón de Cassin, pinzón serrano),  Cyanolyca nana (dwarf jay, chara enana),  Campylorhynchus yucatanicus (Yucatan wren, matraca yucateca),  Cypseloides niger (black swift, vencejo negro),  Accipiter bicolor (bicolored hawk, gavilán bicolor),  Coccothraustes abeillei (hooded grosbeak, picogrueso encapuchado),  Habia rubica (red-crowned ant-tanager, piranga hormiguera corona roja, tangara-hormiguera corona roja),  Penelope purpurascens (crested guan, pava cojolita),  Cyanocompsa cyanoides (blue-black grosbeak, picogordo negro, picogordo azulnegro),  Oxyura jamaicensis (ruddy duck, pato tepalcate),  Colibri thalassinus (green violet-ear, colibrí orejas violetas),  Euphonia hirundinacea (yellow-throated euphonia, eufonia garganta amarilla),  Camptostoma imberbe (northern, mosquerito chillón, mosquero lampiño),  Anabacerthia variegaticeps (scaly-throated foliage-gleaner, breñero cejudo, musguero trepador),  Claravis pretiosa (blue ground-dove, tórtola azul),  Chaetura vauxi (vaux's swift, vencejo de Vaux),  Geothlypis beldingi (belding´s yellowthroat, mascarita bajacaliforniana, mascarita peninsular),  Trogon melanocephalus (black-headed trogon, trogón cabeza negra, coa cabeza negra),  Charadrius wilsonia (Wilson's plover, chorlo pico grueso),  Thraupis episcopus (blue-gray tanager, tangara azulgris),  Sittasomus griseicapillus (olivaceous woodcreeper, trepatroncos cabeza gris, trepatroncos oliváceo),  Lepidocolaptes leucogaster (white-striped woodcreeper, trepatroncos escarchado, trepatroncos mexicano),  Columba flavirostris (red-billed pigeon, paloma morada),  Dives dives (melodious blackbird, tordo cantor),  Falco columbarius (merlin, halcón esmerejón),  Buarremon virenticeps (green-striped brush-finch, atlapetes rayas verdes, rascador cejas verdes),  Icterus chrysater (yellow-backed oriole, calandria dorso amarillo, bolsero dorso dorado),  Dendrortyx barbatus (bearded wood-partridge, codorniz coluda veracruzana),  Ramphocaenus melanurus (long-billed gnatwren, soterillo picudo, saltón picudo),  Vermivora luciae (Lucy´s warbler, chipe rabadilla rufa, chipe rabadilla castaña),  Tringa melanoleuca (greater yellowlegs, patamarilla mayor),  Larus delawarensis (ring-billed gull, gaviota pico anillado),  Parabuteo unicinctus (Harris´s hawk, aguililla rojinegra),  Ictinia plumbea (plumbeous kite, milano plomizo),  Eupherusa poliocerca (white-tailed hummingbird, colibrí cola blanca, colibrí guerrerense),  Melozone biarcuata (prevost's ground-sparrow, rascador patilludo),  Polioptila californica (california gnatcatcher, perlita californiana),  Passerina amoena (lazuli bunting, colorín lázuli, colorín pecho canela),  Amazilia candida (white-bellied emerald, colibrí cándido),  Contopus virens (eastern wood-pewee, pibí oriental, papamoscas del este),  Morococcyx erythropygus (lesser ground-cuckoo, cuclillo terrestre),  Piranga rubra (summer tanager, tangara roja, piranga roja),  Eumomota superciliosa (turquoise-browed motmot, momoto ceja azul, momoto cejas azules),  Bartramia longicauda (upland sandpiper, zarapito ganga),  Catharus guttatus (hermit thrush, zorzal cola rufa, zorzal cola canela),  Trogon massena (slaty-tailed trogon, trogón cola oscura, coa cola oscura),  Turdus infuscatus (black robin, mirlo negro),  Progne chalybea (gray-breasted martin, golondrina acerada, golondrina pecho gris),  Chiroxiphia linearis (long-tailed manakin, manaquín cola larga, saltarín toledo),  Deltarhynchus flammulatus (flammulated flycatcher, papamoscas jaspeado, papamoscas mexicano),  Colinus nigrogularis (black-throated bobwhite, codorniz yucateca),  Campylopterus hemileucurus (violet sabrewing, fandanguero morado),  Burhinus bistriatus (double-striped thick-knee, alcaraván americano),  Tachycineta albilinea (mangrove swallow, golondrina manglera),  Rallus limicola (Virginia rail, rascón limícola, rascón cara gris),  Geococcyx californianus (greater roadrunner, correcaminos norteño),  Psarocolius montezuma (Montezuma oropendola, oropéndola de Moctezuma),  Amazilia rutila (cinnamon hummingbird, colibrí canela, colibrí canelo),  Ortalis poliocephala (west mexican chachalaca, chachalaca pálida),  Xenospiza baileyi (Sierra Madre sparrow, gorrión serrano),  Momotus lessonii (momoto corona negra),  Ergaticus versicolor (pink-headed warbler, chipe rosado),  Arremonops chloronotus (green-backed sparrow, rascador dorso verde),  Progne subis (purple martin, golondrina azulnegra),  Himantopus mexicanus (black-necked stilt, candelero americano, monjita americana),  Rallus elegans (king rail, rascón real),  Corvus corax (common raven, cuervo común),  Calidris fuscicollis (white-rumped sandpiper, playero rabadilla blanca),  Vireo hypochryseus (golden vireo, vireo dorado, vireo amarillo),  Crypturellus boucardi (slaty-breasted tinamou, tinamú jamuey),  Amazona viridigenalis (red-crowned parrot, loro tamaulipeco),  Ortalis wagleri (rufous-bellied chachalaca, chachalaca vientre castaño),  Melospiza melodia (song sparrow, gorrión cantor),  Calidris himantopus (stilt sandpiper, playero zancón),  Cercomacra tyrannina (dusky antbird, hormiguero tirano, hormiguero cantor),  Cairina moschata (muscovy duck, pato real),  Gallinula galeata (gallineta frente roja),  Vireolanius melitophrys (chestnut-sided shrike-vireo, vireón pecho castaño, vireón arlequín),  Eudocimus albus (white ibis, ibis blanco),  Campephilus guatemalensis (pale-billed woodpecker, carpintero pico plateado, carpintero pico plata),  Trogon elegans (elegant trogon, trogón elegante, coa elegante),  Aphelocoma wollweberi (chara pecho gris),  Tyrannus crassirostris (thick-billed kingbird, tirano pico grueso),  Thryothorus rufalbus (rufous-and-white wren, chivirín rojizo, saltapared albicanelo),  Vermivora peregrina (Tennessee warbler, chipe peregrino),  Otus trichopsis (whiskered screech-owl, tecolote rítmico),  Melanotis hypoleucus (blue-and-white mockingbird, mulato pecho blanco),  Troglodytes rufociliatus (rufous-browed wren, chivirín ceja rufa, saltapared cejas canela),  Butorides virescens (green heron, garceta verde, garcita verde),  Corvus sinaloae (Sinaloa crow, cuervo sinaloense),  Vireo cassinii (Cassin´s vireo, vireo de Cassin),  Elaenia martinica (caribbean elaenia, elenia caribeña, mosquero elenia caribeño),  Dendrocincla homochroa (ruddy woodcreeper, trepatroncos canelo, trepatroncos rojizo),  Dendroica chrysoparia (golden-cheeked warbler, chipe mejilla dorada, chipe cachetes amarillos),  Synthliboramphus hypoleucus (Xantus's murrelet, mérgulo de Xantus),  Anthus spragueii (sprague's pipit, bisbita llanera),  Baeolophus bicolor (tufted titmouse),  Pulsatrix perspicillata (spectacled owl, búho de anteojos),  Wilsonia canadensis (canada warbler, chipe de collar),  Calothorax pulcher (beautiful hummingbird, colibrí tijereta oaxaqueño, colibrí mixteco),  Tringa incana (wandering tattler, playero vagabundo),  Mionectes oleagineus (ochre-bellied flycatcher, mosquero ocrillo, mosquerito ocre),  Vireo bairdi (Cozumel vireo, vireo de Cozumel, vireo de Isla Cozumel),  Calidris alba (sanderling, playero blanco),  Egretta caerulea (little blue heron, garceta azul, garza azul),  Corvus cryptoleucus (chihuahuan raven, cuervo llanero),  Vermivora crissalis (Colima warbler, chipe crisal, chipe de colima),  Pluvialis squatarola (black-bellied plover, chorlo gris),  Thryothorus ludovicianus (Carolina wren, chivirín de Carolina, saltapared de carolina),  Quiscalus palustris (slender-billed grackle, zanate del Lerma),  Pipra mentalis (red-capped manakin, manaquín cabeza roja, saltarín cabeza roja),  Sterna sandvicensis (sandwich tern, charrán de Sandwich),  Dendroica palmarum (pam warbler, chipe playero),  Formicarius analis (black-faced antthrush, hormiguero cholino cara negra),  Pipilo crissalis (california towhee, toquí californiano, rascador californiano),  Dactylortyx thoracicus (singing quail, codorniz silbadora),  Ornithion semiflavum (yellow-bellied tyrannulet, mosquero ceja blanca, mosquerito enano),  Hylorchilus sumichrasti (Sumichrast's wren, chivirín de Sumichrast, cuevero de Sumichrast),  Turdus rufitorques (rufous-collared robin, mirlo cuello rufo, mirlo cuello canela),  Egretta tricolor (tricolored heron, garceta tricolor, garza tricolor),  Parula pitiayumi (tropical parula, parula tropical, chipe tropical),  Spizaetus melanoleucus (black-and-white hawk-eagle, águila blanquinegra, águila albinegra),  Pandion haliaetus (osprey, gavilán pescador, águila pescadora),  Campylopterus curvipennis (wedge-tailed sabrewing, fandanguero cola cuña, fandanguero mexicano),  Buteo albicaudatus (white-tailed hawk, aguililla cola blanca),  Calypte anna (anna's hummingbird, colibrí cabeza roja),  Cyanerpes cyaneus (red-legged honeycreeper, mielero patas rojas, mielero pata roja),  Mimus graysoni (Socorro mockingbird, centzontle de Socorro, centzontle de Isla Socorro),  Myiarchus nuttingi (Nutting´s flycatcher, papamoscas de Nutting, papamoscas huí),  Aramides cajanea (gray-necked wood-rail),  Gallinago gallinago (common snipe),  Vermivora pinus (blue-winged warbler, chipe ala azul, chipe alas azules),  Abeillia abeillei (emerald-chinned hummingbird, colibrí pico corto),  Dromococcyx phasianellus (pheasant cuckoo, cuclillo faisán),  Atlapetes albinucha (white-naped brush-finch, atlapetes nuca blanca, rascador nuca blanca),  Amazilia cyanura (blue-tailed hummingbird, colibrí cola azul),  Toxostoma cinereum (gray thrasher, cuitlacoche peninsular, cuicacoche bajacaliforniano),  Microrhopias quixensis (dot-winged antwren, hormiguero ala punteada, hormiguero alas punteadas),  Hylomanes momotula (tody motmot, momoto enano),  Dendrocygna bicolor (fulvous whistling-duck, pijije canelo),  Toxostoma ocellatum (ocellated thrasher, cuicacoche moteado),  Podilymbus podiceps (pied-billed grebe, zambullidor pico grueso),  Circus cyaneus (northern harrier),  Poecilotriccus sylvia (slate-headed, espatulilla gris, mosquerito espatulilla gris),  Chloroceryle amazona (amazon kingfisher, martín pescador amazónico),  Amazona albifrons (white-fronted parrot, loro frente blanca),  Campylorhynchus gularis (spotted wren, matraca serrana),  Aimophila sumichrasti (cinnamon-tailed sparrow, zacatonero istmeño),  Hylocichla mustelina (wood thrush, zorzal maculado, zorzal moteado),  Dolichonyx oryzivorus (bobolink, tordo arrocero),  Seiurus motacilla (Louisiana waterthrush, chipe arroyero),  Larus pipixcan (Franklin´s gull, gaviota de Franklin),  Cochlearius cochlearius (boat-billed heron, garza cucharón),  Caracara cheriway (caracara quebrantahuesos),  Micrastur ruficollis (barred forest-falcon, halcón selvático barrado),  Gallinago delicata (agachona común, agachona norteamericana),  Thryothorus modestus (plain wren, saltapared chinchibul, chivirín modesto),  Sphyrapicus thyroideus (Williamson's sapsucker, chupasavia oscuro, carpintero elegante),  Ixobrychus exilis (least bittern, avetoro menor),  Lepidocolaptes souleyetii (streak-headed woodcreeper, trepatroncos corona rayada),  Sporophila minuta (ruddy-breasted seedeater, semillero pecho canela),  Phalacrocorax auritus (double-crested cormorant, cormorán orejudo, cormorán orejón),  Empidonax difficilis (Pacific-slope flycatcher, mosquero californiano, papamoscas amarillo del pacífico),  Rhodinocichla rosea (rosy thrush-tanager, tangara cuitlacoche, tangara pecho rosa),  Xiphorhynchus erythropygius (spotted woodcreeper, trepatroncos manchado, trepatroncos moteado),  Anthus rubescens (american pipit, bisbita de agua, bisbita norteamericana),  Auriparus flaviceps (verdin, baloncillo),  Platyrinchus mystaceus (white-throated spadebill),  Spizella breweri (Brewer´s sparrow, gorrión de Brewer),  Euptilotis neoxenus (eared trogon, trogón orejón, quetzal orejón),  Dendroica fusca (blackburnian warbler, chipe garganta naranja),  Anas americana (american wigeon, pato chalcuán),  Platalea ajaja (roseate spoonbill, espátula rosada),  Vermivora virginiae (Virginia's warbler, chipe de Virginia),  Sicalis luteola (grassland yellow-finch, gorrión canario sabanero),  Dendroica cerulea (cerulean warbler, chipe cerúleo, chipe celeste),  Larus livens (yellow-footed gull, gaviota pata amarilla, gaviota bajacaliforniana),  Caracara plancus (crested caracara),  Columba speciosa (scaled pigeon, paloma escamosa),  Anas discors (blue-winged teal, cerceta alas azules),  Tyrannus verticalis (western kingbird, tirano pálido),  Heliornis fulica (sungrebe, pájaro cantil),  Hylocharis xantusii (Xantus's hummingbird, zafiro de Xantus, zafiro bajacaliforniano),  Amazona auropalliata (yellow-naped parrot, loro nuca amarilla),  Myiarchus crinitus (great crested flycatcher, papamoscas viajero),  Euphonia affinis (scrub euphonia, eufonia garganta negra),  Helmitheros vermivorum (worm-eating warbler, chipe gusanero),  Ardea herodias (great blue heron, garza morena),  Turdus plebejus (mountain robin, mirlo plebeyo, mirlo serrano),  Calcarius mccownii (McCown´s longspur, escribano de McCown),  Porzana carolina (sora, polluela sora),  Dendrortyx macroura (long-tailed wood-partridge, codorniz coluda transvolcánica),  Nycticorax nycticorax (black-crowned night-heron, pedrete corona negra, garza nocturna corona negra),  Botaurus lentiginosus (american bittern, avetoro norteño),  Numenius borealis (eskimo curlew, zarapito boreal),  Granatellus venustus (red-breasted chat, granatelo mexicano),  Herpetotheres cachinnans (laughing falcon, halcón guaco),  Vireo pallens (mangrove vireo, vireo manglero),  Junco insularis (junco de Isla Guadalupe, junco ojo oscuro),  Rhynchopsitta pachyrhyncha (thick-billed parrot, cotorra serrana occidental),  Anas platyrhynchos (mallard, pato de collar),  Dendroica graciae (Grace´s warbler, chipe cejas amarillas),  Granatellus sallaei (gray-throated chat, granatelo yucateco),  Aeronautes saxatalis (white-throated swift, vencejo pecho blanco),  Spizella atrogularis (black-chinned sparrow, gorrión barba negra),  Cotinga amabilis (lovely cotinga, cotinga azuleja),  Coereba flaveola (bananaquit, reinita mielera),  Eucometis penicillata (gray-headed tanager, tangara cabeza gris),  Anas crecca (green-winged teal, cerceta alas verdes),  Polioptila nigriceps (black-capped gnatcatcher, perlita sinaloense),  Aspatha gularis (blue-throated motmot, momoto garganta azul),  Amazona finschi (lilac-crowned parrot, loro corona lila),  Riparia riparia (bank swallow, golondrina ribereña),  Celeus castaneus (chestnut-colored woodpecker, carpintero castaño),  Melozone leucotis (white-eared ground-sparrow, rascador oreja blanca, rascador orejas blancas),  Anhinga anhinga (anhinga, anhinga americana),  Psarocolius wagleri (chestnut-headed oropendola, oropéndola cabeza castaña),  Tapera naevia (striped cuckoo, cuclillo rayado),  Myadestes unicolor (slate-colored solitaire, clarín unicolor),  Meleagris gallopavo (wild turkey, guajolote norteño),  Glaucidium gnoma (northern pygmy-owl, tecolote serrano),  Empidonax flavescens (yellowish flycatcher, papamoscas amarillo sureño, mosquero amarillento),  Pyrilia haematotis (brown-hooded parrot, loro cabeza oscura),  Taraba major (great antshrike, batará mayor),  Spizella wortheni (Worthen's sparrow, gorrión de Worthen),  Aratinga holochlora (green parakeet, perico mexicano),  Aquila chrysaetos (golden eagle, águila real),  Baeolophus inornatus (oak titmouse, carbonero sencillo, carbonero encinero),  Campylorhynchus chiapensis (giant wren, matraca chiapaneca),  Coccyzus minor (mangrove cuckoo, cuclillo manglero),  Empidonax traillii (willow flycatcher, mosquero saucero, papamoscas saucero),  Grallaria guatimalensis (scaled antpitta, hormiguero cholino escamoso),  Doricha enicura (slender sheartail, colibrí tijereta, colibrí tijereta guatemalteco),  Cathartes aura (turkey vulture, zopilote aura),  Progne sinaloae (Sinaloa martin, golondrina sinaloense),  Cistothorus platensis (sedge wren, chivirín sabanero, saltapared sabanero),  Junco bairdi (junco sudcaliforniano),  Coragyps atratus (black vulture, zopilote común),  Aythya valisineria (canvasback, pato coacoxtle),  Limnothlypis swainsonii (Swainson's warbler, chipe corona café),  Crotophaga ani (smooth-billed ani, garrapatero pico liso),  Icterus galbula (Baltimore oriole, bolsero de Baltimore, calandria de Baltimore),  Onychorhynchus coronatus (royal flycatcher, mosquero real),  Otus guatemalae (vermiculated screech-owl, tecolote sapo),  Todirostrum cinereum (common tody-flycatcher, espatulilla amarillo, mosquerito espatulilla común),  Callipepla gambelii (Gambel´s quail, codorniz de Gambel, codorniz chiquiri),  Coccyzus erythropthalmus (black-billed cuckoo, cuclillo pico negro),  Strix occidentalis (spotted owl, búho manchado, búho moteado),  Icterus maculialatus (bar-winged oriole, bolsero guatemalteco, calandria guatemalteca),  Vireo olivaceus (red-eyed vireo, vireo ojos rojos),  Geothlypis nelsoni (hooded yellowthroat, mascarita matorralera),  Strix fulvescens (fulvous owl, búho leonado),  Aegolius acadicus (northern saw-whet owl, tecolote afilador, tecolote oyamelero norteño),  Myiobius sulphureipygius (sulphur-rumped, mosquerito rabadilla amarilla, mosquero rabadilla amarilla),  Calidris bairdii (Baird´s sandpiper, playero de Baird),  Laterallus ruber (ruddy crake, polluela rojiza, polluela canela),  Aphelocoma californica (western scrub-jay, chara californiana),  Melanerpes pucherani (black-cheeked woodpecker, carpintero cara negra),  Brotogeris jugularis (orange-chinned parakeet, perico ala amarilla, periquito alas amarillas),  Sterna forsteri (Forster´s tern, charrán de Forster),  Aythya affinis (lesser scaup, pato boludo menor),  Leucopternis albicollis (white hawk, aguililla blanca),  Elanus leucurus (white-tailed kite, milano cola blanca),  Harpagus bidentatus (double-toothed kite, gavilán bidentado),  Vireolanius pulchellus (green shrike-vireo, vireón esmeralda),  Falco peregrinus (peregrine falcon, halcón peregrino),  Strix varia (barred owl, búho barrado, búho listado),  Chordeiles minor (common nighthawk, chotacabras zumbón),  Columbina minuta (plain-breasted ground-dove, tórtola pecho liso, tortolita pecho liso),  Accipiter gentilis (northern goshawk, gavilán azor),  Dendrocincla anabatina (tawny-winged woodcreeper, trepatroncos sepia),  Vireo philadelphicus (Philadelphia vireo, vireo de Filadelfia),  Falco femoralis (aplomado falcon, halcón fajado),  Synthliboramphus craveri (Craveri´s murrelet, mérgulo de Craveri),  Micrathene whitneyi (elf owl, tecolote enano),  Colaptes auricularis (gray-crowned woodpecker, carpintero corona gris),  Nyctibius jamaicensis (northern potoo, pájaro estaca, pájaro estaca norteño),  Icterus pectoralis (spot-breasted oriole, bolsero pecho manchado, calandria pecho moteado),  Leptopogon amaurocephalus (sepia-capped, mosquero gorra parda, mosquerito gorra café),  Sterna fuscata (sooty tern, charrán sombrío, charrán albinegro),  Sterna albifrons (little tern),  Galbula ruficauda (rufous-tailed jacamar, jacamar cola rufa, jacamar cola canela),  Plegadis chihi (white-faced ibis, ibis cara blanca, ibis ojos rojos),  Ibycter americanus (red-throated caracara, caracara comecacao),  Tyrannus savana (fork-tailed flycatcher, tirano tijereta gris),  Carduelis tristis (american goldfinch, jilguero canario, jilguerito canario),  Anas acuta (northern pintail, pato golondrino),  Vireo altiloquus (black-whiskered vireo, vireo bigotudo),  Ara macao (scarlet macaw, guacamaya roja),  Aythya americana (redhead, pato cabeza roja),  Glaucidium griseiceps (central american pygmy-owl, tecolote mesoamericano),  Protonotaria citrea (prothonotary warbler, chipe dorado),  Tityra inquisitor (black-crowned tityra, titira pico negro),  Ciccaba nigrolineata (black-and-white owl, búho blanquinegro, búho barrado albinegro),  Caprimulgus badius (Yucatan nightjar, tapacamino huil, tapacaminos yucateco),  Molothrus oryzivorus (giant cowbird, tordo gigante),  Spizaetus ornatus (ornate hawk-eagle, águila elegante),  Dendroica caerulescens (black-throated blue warbler, chipe azulnegro),  Leptotila rufaxilla (gray-fronted dove),  Anas strepera (gadwall, pato friso),  Zenaida graysoni (Socorro dove, paloma de Socorro, huilota de Isla Socorro),  Caprimulgus carolinensis (chuck-will's-widow, tapacamino de Carolina, tapacaminos de carolina),  Tyrannus cubensis (giant kingbird),  Bolborhynchus lineola (barred parakeet, perico barrado, periquito barrado),  Penelopina nigra (highland guan, pajuil),  Phoenicopterus ruber (greater flamingo, flamenco americano),  Starnoenas cyanocephala (blue-headed quail-dove),  Phalaropus lobatus (red-necked phalarope, falaropo cuello rojo),  Mycteria americana (wood stork, cigüeña americana),  Dendroica tigrina (cape may warbler, chipe atigrado),  Podiceps nigricollis (eared grebe, zambullidor orejón),  Meleagris ocellata (ocellated turkey, guajolote ocelado),  Vireo atricapilla (black-capped vireo, vireo gorra negra),  Oporornis philadelphia (mourning warbler, chipe enlutado, chipe de pechera),  Cyanocorax dickeyi (tufted jay, chara pinta),  Xenotriccus mexicanus (pileated flycatcher, mosquero del Balsas),  Dendrortyx leucophrys (buffy-crowned wood-partridge, codorniz coluda centroamericana),  Tinamus major (great tinamou, tinamú mayor),  Streptoprocne semicollaris (white-naped swift, vencejo nuca blanca),  Brachyramphus brevirostris (kittlitz's murrelet),  Harpyhaliaetus solitarius (solitary eagle, águila solitaria),  Phalacrocorax brasilianus (neotropic cormorant, cormorán oliváceo, cormorán neotropical),  Buteo lineatus (red-shouldered hawk, aguililla pecho rojo),  Fregata magnificens (magnificent frigatebird, fragata magnífica, fragata tijereta),  Streptoprocne zonaris (white-collared swift, vencejo cuello blanco, vencejo collar blanco),  Geothlypis speciosa (black-polled yellowthroat, mascarita transvolcánica, mascarita del Lerma),  Aramus guarauna (limpkin, carrao),  Cistothorus palustris (marsh wren, chivirín pantanero, saltapared pantanero),  Busarellus nigricollis (black-collared hawk, aguililla canela),  Xenops minutus (plain xenops, picolezna liso, picolezna común),  Lanio aurantius (black-throated shrike-tanager, tangara garganta negra, tangara capucha negra),  Amazona farinosa (mealy parrot, loro corona azul),  Aimophila carpalis (rufous-winged sparrow, zacatonero ala rufa, zacatonero hombros canela),  Polioptila melanura (black-tailed gnatcatcher, perlita del desierto),  Columba nigrirostris (short-billed pigeon, paloma triste),  Phaethornis longirostris (long-tailed hermit, ermitaño mexicano, colibrí ermitaño pico largo, colibrí ermitaño mesoamericano),  Tryngites subruficollis (buff-breasted sandpiper, playero leonado, playero ocre),  Cyanolyca mirabilis (white-throated jay, chara garganta blanca),  Nyctiphrynus mcleodii (eared poorwill, tapacamino prío, tapacaminos prío),  Oncostoma cinereigulare (northern bentbill, mosquero pico curvo, mosquerito pico curvo),  Buteo swainsoni (Swainson's hawk, aguililla de Swainson),  Electron carinatum (keel-billed motmot, momoto pico quilla, momoto pico quillado),  Sialia currucoides (mountain bluebird, azulejo pálido),  Sporophila corvina (variable seedeater, semillero variable),  Ammodramus bairdii (Baird´s sparrow, gorrión de Baird),  Otus cooperi (Pacific screech-owl, tecolote de Cooper),  Crypturellus soui (little tinamou, tinamú menor),  Petrochelidon fulva (cave swallow, golondrina pueblera)

Temporal Coverage

Start Date / End Date 1826-08-09 / 1989-06-01

Project Data

Desde 1996, se firmó un convenio entre la Facultad de Ciencias de la UNAM, la CONABIO y el Museum of Natural History (Inglaterra), con el objetivo de construir una base de datos de ejemplares mexicanos de mamíferos, aves, herpetofauna y mariposas contenidas en las colecciones de esta última institución.

Title Base de datos de aves mexicanas del Natural History Museum, Tring, Inglaterra
Identifier SNIB-V009-V009302F-_modificadaEnlaces_CamposTaxSeparados
Funding Comisión Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad (CONABIO)
Study Area Description Aves águilas, zopilotes, halcones aves oceánicas búhos, lechuzas, tapacaminos chachalacas, guajolotes, codornices, gallinas, tinamúes, kiwis chivirines cigüeñas, flamencos, garzas colibríes, vencejos como calandrias, tordos como chipes como coas, quetzales, carpinteros, tucanes, momotos como gaviotas como gorriones, canarios como hormigueros, batarás, trepatroncos como matracas, saltaparedes, carboneros, perlitas como mosqueros como pelícanos, fragatas, bobos, cormoranes como playeros, chorlos como saltarines, vireos como tangaras, cardenales, rascadores como zorzales, azulejos, mirlos, cenzontles, mulatos, cinclos cuervos, urracas, charas gansos, patos gavias, zambullidores golondrinas, alondras grullas lavanderas, bisbitas, capulineros, chinitos, estorninos loros, pericos, cotorras, cacatúas palomas, cucus, correcaminos tapacaminos

The personnel involved in the project:

Adolfo Gerardo Navarro Sigüenza

Collection Data

Collection Name Ornithology Collection;NHM;Natural History Museum, London;NHM
Collection Identifier SNIB-V009-V009302F-_modificadaEnlaces_CamposTaxSeparados
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA

Bibliographic Citations

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  2. Audubon, 1827, Birds Am. (folio), 1, pl. 18 (1831, Ornithol. Biogr., 1, p. 96). (Five miles from St. Francisville, Louisiana.)
  3. Audubon, 1828, Birds Am. (folio), 1, pl.45 (1831, Ornithol. Biogr., 1, p. 236). (woods along the prairieof the Arkansas River = Fort of Arkansas [Arkansas Post], Arkansas.)
  4. Audubon, 1834, Birds Am. (folio), 2, pl. 193. (Labrador = near mouth of Natashquan River, Quebec.)
  5. Audubon, 1834, Birds Am. (folio), 2, pl. 198 (1834, Ornithol. Biogr., 2, p. 563). (Edisto River, near Charleston in South Carolina.)
  6. Audubon, 1834, Birds Am. (folio), 3, pl. 203; 1835, Ornithol. Biogr., 3, p. 27. (Kentucky, South Carolina, Louisiana and north to Camden, N.J. and Philadelphia = Charleston, South Carolina.)
  7. Audubon, 1838, Birds Am. (folio), 4, pl. 419, fig. 2 (1839, Ornithol. Biogr., 5, p. 206). (Columbia River = Astoria, Oregon.)
  8. Audubon, 1838, Ornithol. Biogr., 4, p. 593. (Charleston, South Carolina.)
  9. Audubon, 1839, Ornithol. Biogr., 5, p. 336. (No locality given = Ross' Creek, ca. 20 miles southwest Blackfoot, Bingham County, Idaho.)
  10. Audubon, 1844, Birds Am. (octavo ed.), 7, p. 333, pl. 485. (short distance below Black Snake Hills = near St. Joseph, Missouri.)
  11. Audubon, 1844, Birds Am. (octavo ed.), 7, p. 334, pl. 486. (Near Ft. Union [western North Dakota].)
  12. Audubon, 1844, Birds Am. (octavo ed.), 7, p. 339, pl. 489. (Missouri River above Fort Croghan = Old Fort Union, North Dakota.)
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  19. Baird, 1858, in Baird, Cassin and Lawrence, Rep. Explor. Surv. R. R. Pac., 9, p. XXVII 103 (Mimbres River, New Mexico)
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  38. Boddaert, 1783, Table Planches Enlum., p. 38 Based on Daubenton, Planches Enlum., pl. 625. (Peru = Chilpes, Depto. de Junín.)
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  63. Bonaparte, 1850, C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris, 31, p. 478. (en Mexico Zacatecas = Zacatecas, Zacatecas.)
  64. Bonaparte, 1850, Consp. Gen. Avium, 1(2), p. 312. (Mexico = Comitán, Chiapas.)
  65. Bonaparte, 1850, Consp. Gen. Avium, 1(2), p. 314. (mexico = Laguna Huetulacán, Veracruz.)
  66. Bonaparte, 1850, Consp. Gen. Avium, 1(2), p. 330. (Mexico = Jico, near Jalapa, Veracruz.)
  67. Bonaparte, 1850, Consp. Gen. Avium, 1(2), p. 435. (Yucatan.)
  68. Bonaparte, 1850, Consp. Gen. Avium, 1(2), p. 486. (ex Am[erica], occ[identale], = San Blas, Nayarit.)
  69. Bonaparte, 1850, Consp. Gen. Avium, 1(2), p. 495. (Mexico = Ciudad de Mexico.)
  70. Bonaparte, 1850, Consp. Gen. Avium, 1(2), p. 502. (Alvarado, Veracruz, Mexico.)
  71. Bonaparte, 1853, C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris, 37, p. 918. (Nicaragua.)
  72. Bonaparte, 1854, C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris, 38 p. 662. (coast of California = vicinity of San Francisco.)
  73. Bonaparte, 1855, C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris, 40, p. 99. (de la Nouvelle-Grenade = Colombia.)
  74. Bonaparte, 1855, C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris, 41, p. 657. (Mexico = Desierto de los Leones, near Ciudad de Mexico, Distrito Federal.)
  75. Bonaparte, 1856, C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris, 42, p. 957. (southern Mexico = Córdoba, Veracruz.)
  76. Bonaparte, 1856, C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris, 43, p. 998. (Jalapa, Veracruz, Mexico.)
  77. Bosc, 1795, Bull. Sci. Soc. Philom. Paris, 1(1791-1799), p. 87. (in Amer[ica] Septentrional[e]. = Florida.)
  78. Bourcier and Mulsant, 1846, Ann. Sci. Ohys. Nat. Agric. Ind. Soc. R., etc., Lyon, 9, p. 326. (Cobán, Guatemala.)
  79. Bourcier and Mulsant, 1846, Ann. Sci. Phys. NAt. Agric. Ind. Soc. R., etc., Lyon, 9, p. 330. (Sierra Madre [Occidental], Mexico.)
  80. Bourcier, 1839, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 2, p. 294. (la Californie = Magdalena Bay, Baja California.)
  81. Brehm, 1831, Handb. Naturgesch. Vögel tsch., p. 963. (Germany.)
  82. Brewster, 1881, Bull. Nutt. Ornith. Club, 6, p. 103. (Riverside, San Bernardino [= Riverside] Co., California)
  83. Brewster, 1888, Auk, 5, p. 89. (Sierra Madre of Chihuahua, Mexico.)
  84. Bryant, 1887, Bull. California. Acad. Sci., 2, p. 450. (Guadalupe Island, Baja California.)
  85. C. H. Townsend, 1890, Proc. U. S. Natl. Mus., 13, p. 133. (Isla Clarió, Islas de Revillagigedo, Colima, Mexico.)
  86. Cabanis, 1847, Arch. Naturgesch., 13, p. 206. (Guiana and Mexico = Guiana.)
  87. Cabanis, 1847, Arch. Naturgesch., 13, p. 246. (Xalapa [= Jalapa], Vera Cruz, Mexico.)
  88. Cabanis, 1847, Arch. Naturgesch., 13, p. 249. (Xalapa, Mexico = Jalapa, Veracruz.)
  89. Cabanis, 1850, Mus. Heineanum, 1(1851), p. 4. (Xalapa = Jalapa, Veracruz.)
  90. Cabanis, 1851, Mus. Heineanum, 1, p. 132. (Mexico = Tehotepec, Puebla.)
  91. Cabanis, 1851, Mus. Heineanum, 1, p. 133. (Mexico.)
  92. Cabanis, 1857, J. Ornithol., 4 (1856), p. 419 (South Carolina.)
  93. Cabanis, 1860, J. Ornithol., 8, p. 409. (San Jose, Costa Rica.)
  94. Cabanis, 1860, J. Ornithol., 8, p. 413. (Costa Rica.)
  95. Cabanis, 1861, J. Ornithol., 8(1860), p. 323. (Costa Rica.)
  96. Cabanis, 1861, J. Ornithol., 8(1860), p. 323. (Volcán de Irazú, Costa Rica.)
  97. Cabanis, 1861, J. Ornithol., 9, p. 86. (Costa Rica.)
  98. Cabot, 1845, Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 2, p. 74. (Yucatán.)
  99. Cabot, 1846, Boston J. Nat. Hist., 5, p. 416. (road from Chemax to Yalahao, Yucatan = Yalahua, Quintana Roo.)
  100. Cassin, 1848, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 3 (1847), p. 332. (near Vera Cruz, Mexico, error = Vera Paz, Guatemala.)
  101. Cassin, 1849, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 4 (1848), p. 124. (South America = Bogotá, Colombia.)
  102. Cassin, 1850, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 5, p. 103, pl. 3. (Texas, on the Rio Grande.)
  103. Cassin, 1851, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 5, p. 152. (Panama and San Juan de Nicaragua; restricted to San Juan de Nicaragua)
  104. Cassin, 1851, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 5, p. 150, pl. 10, fig. 1. (Monterey and Georgetown, California = Monterey, California.)
  105. Cassin, 1851, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 5, p. 153, pl. 10, fig. 2. (Bingham's woods, near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.)
  106. Cassin, 1852, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 5 (1851), p. 349. (California = Georgetown, about twelve miles from Sutter's Mill, Eldorado County, California.)
  107. Cassin, 1852, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 6, p. 184. (Calaveras River [east of Stockton], California.)
  108. Cassin, 1853, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 6, p. 371. (South America, error = northeastern Mexico.)
  109. Cassin, 1853, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 6, p. 372. (vicinity of the National bridge, Mexico = Puerto Nacional, Veracruz.)
  110. Cassin, 1856,Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 8, p. 40. (western North America, California, and New Mexico = Black Hills, North Dakota.)
  111. Cooper, 1861, Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci., ser. 1, 2, p. 118. (Fort Mojave, latitude 35° [N.], Colorado Valley [Arizona].)
  112. Cornalia, 1849, Vertebr. Synop. Mus. Mediolanense Osculati, pp. 6, 12. (eastern Ecuador.)
  113. Couch, 1854, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 7, p. 66. (State of Tamaulipas. Mexico = Charco Escondido, Tamaulipas.)
  114. Coues, 1861, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 13, p. 194. (Fort Resolution [Great Slave Lake, Mackenzie].)
  115. Coues, 1866, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., p. 74. (Fort Whipple, Arizona)
  116. Coues, 1873, Am. Nat., 7, p. 322 (footnote). (Tucson, Ariz[ona].)
  117. Cuvier, 1817, Règne Anim., 1 (1816), p. 420. Based on Levaillant, Hist. Nat. Ois. Paradis Rolliers, 2, pl. 50. (Guiana.)
  118. Cuvier, 1820, Mém. Mus. Hist. Nat., 6, pp. 1, 4, pl. 1. (Gulf of Honduras = Belize.)
  119. Daudin, 1800, Traité Ornithol., 2, p. 131. Based on the 'Orange-breasted Hobby' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, suppl., 1, p. 28. (in Cayana = Cayenne.)
  120. Daudin, 1800, Traité Ornithol., 2, p. 307. Based on 'La Chouette à aigrette blanche' Levaillant, Ois. Afr., 1, p. 43. (Guiana.)
  121. Daudin, 1800, Traité Ornithol., 2, p. 77. Based on 'L'Aigle Moyen de la Guiane' Mauduyt, Encycl. Méth., Hist. Nat. Ois., 1, p. 475, and 'L'Autour Huppé' Leivallant, Hist. Nat. Ois. Afr., 1, p. 76, pl.2. (Cayenne.)
  122. Davis, 1958, Auk, 70, p. 163. (Escuinapa, Sinaloa, Mexico.)
  123. De la Llave, 1833, Registro Trimestre, 2, no. 5 p. 48. (México.)
  124. De lattre, 1842, Echo Monde Savant, ser. 2, 7, col. 1069. New name for Ornismya cinnamomea Lesson, preoccupied.
  125. De Lattre, 1843, Echo Monde Savant, sér. 2, 7, col. 1069, in text. (Guatemala, error = Bolson, Costa Rica.)
  126. De lattre, 1843, Echo Monde Savant, sér. 2, 7, col. 1069. (Guatemala = Cobán.)
  127. de Saussure, 1859, Rev. Mag. Zool., ser. 2, 11, p. 118. (les grandes fore^st, du Mexique=San Joaqu'in, near City of Mexico.)
  128. de Souancé, 1856, Rev. Mag. Zool., ser. 2, 8, p. 157. (No locality given = northwestern Mexico.)
  129. Deppe, 1830, Preis. Verz. Säugeth. Vögel, etc., Mex., p. 2. (Mexico = Jalapa, Veracruz.)
  130. Deppe, 1830, Preis.- Verz. Säugeth. Vögel, etc., Mexico, p. 1. (Mexico = Alvarado, Veracruz.)
  131. Deppe, 1830, Preis.-Verz. Säugeth. Vögel, etc., Mex., p. 3. (Veracruz.)
  132. Des Murs, 1849, Iconogr. Ornithol., livr. 12, pl. 70 and text. (Perú = Payta, Peru.)
  133. Desfontaines, 1789, Hist. Acad. R. Sci. Paris (1787), p. 502, pl. 15. (Algiers.)
  134. Desmarest, 1806, Hist. Nat. Tangaras, Manakins, Todiers, livr. 10, pl. 71. (No locality given = probably Cayenne.)
  135. d'Orbigny and Lafresnaye, 1837, Mag. Zool. [Paris], 7, cl. 2, pl. 77-79, p. 14. (Yuracares et Chiquitos, Bolivia.)
  136. d'Orbigny and Lafresnaye, 1837, Mag. Zool. [Paris], 7, cl. 2, pl. 77-79, p. 43. (Guarayos, [Santa Cruz], Bolivia.)
  137. d'Orbigny and Lafresnaye, 1838, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 1, p. 165. (Cartagenè, error = Caribbean slope of Mexico.)
  138. d'Orbigny, 1840, Voy. Am. Mérid., 4, Ois., livr. 61, pl. 65, fig. 1; 1847, livr. 89, p. 380. (Province of Corrientes, Argentina in lat. 28°S., and Santa Cruz de la Sierra and Province of Chiquitos in Bolivia = Yungas, Bolivia.)
  139. Du Bus de Gisignies, 1847, Bull. Acad. R. Sci. Lett. Beaux-Arts Belg., 14, p. 103. (Le Mexique = Mexico.)
  140. Du Bus de Gisignies, 1847, Bull. Acad. R. Sci. Lett. Beaux-Arts Belg., 14, p. 103. (le Mexique = San Cristóbal [= Ciudad de Las Cacas], Chiapas.)
  141. Du Bus de Gisignies, 1847, Bull. Acad. R. Sci. Lett. Beaux-Arts Belg., 14, p. 104. (Mexico = San Cristóbal, Chiapas.)
  142. Du Bus de Gisignies, 1847, Bull. Acad. R. Sci. Lett. Beaux-Arts Belg., 14, p. 105. (Guatemala.)
  143. Du Bus de Gisignies, 1847, Bull. Acad. R. Sci. Lett. Beaux-Arts Belg., 14, p. 106. (Mexico = Jalapa, Veracruz.)
  144. Du Bus de Gisignies, 1847, Esquisses Ornithol., livr. 3, pl. 14. (Le Mexique = Mexico.)
  145. Du Bus, 1847, Bull. Acad. R. Sci. Lett. Beaux-Arts Belg., 14, p. 108. (Guatemala.)
  146. Dubois, 1875, Bull. Acad. R. Sci. Lett. Beaux-Arts Belg., ser. 2, 40, p. 797. (Yucatan.)
  147. Dwight, 1919, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 32, p. 11. (San Jose Island, Lower [= Baja] California.)
  148. Elliot, 1871, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 4, 8, p. 266. (Putla, [Oaxaca,] Mexico.)
  149. Elliot, 1871, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 4, 8, p. 267. (Putla, [Oaxaca,] Mexico.)
  150. Eyton, 1838, monogr. Anatidae, p. 155. (North America.)
  151. eyton, 1838, Monogr. Anatidae, p. 157. (North America.)
  152. Ferrari-Perez, 1886, Proc. U. S. Natl. Mus., 9, p. 175. New name for Columba cinerea Temminck, preoccupied.
  153. Forster, 1771, Cat. Anim. N. Am., p. 13. Based on 'The Whip-poor Will' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 2, app., p. 16. (No locality given = South Carolina.)
  154. Forster, 1772, Philos. Trans. R. Soc. London, 62 p. 431. (Fort Albany [on James Bay], Hudson Bay.)
  155. Fraser, 1852, Proc. Zool. Soc. London (1850), p. 246, pl. 29. (No locality given.)
  156. G. R. Gray, 1845, Genera Birds, 2, p. 342, pl. 85. (No locality given = 'Cobán', Guatemala.)
  157. Gambel, 1843, Pro. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 1, p. 260. (some distance west [=east] of California = southern Nevada.)
  158. Gambel, 1845, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 2, p. 265. (Upper California = near Monterey, California.)
  159. Gambel, 1848, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 4, p. 77. (Jalapa, [Veracruz,] Mexico.)
  160. Giraud, 1841, Descr. Sixteen New Spec. N. Am. Birds, pl. [4], fig. 2 and text. (Texas, error = Mount Orizaba, Veracruz.)
  161. Giraud, 1841, Descr. Sixteen New Spec. N. Am. Birds, pl. 4, fig. 2. (Texas, error = Miquiahuana, Tamaulipas.)
  162. Giraud, 1841, Descr. Sixteen New Spec. N. Am. Birds., pl. [17], fig. 1 and text. (Texas, error = Mexico.)
  163. Gmelin, 1788, Syst. Nat., 1(1), p. 265. Based in part on the 'Brasilian Eagle' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, 1(1), p. 41. (in Brasilia = northeastern Brazil.)
  164. Gmelin, 1788, Syst. Nat., 1(1), p. 266. Based on the 'Cream-colored Buzzard' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, 1(1), p. 49. (in Jamaica.)
  165. Gmelin, 1788, Syst. Nat., 1(1), p. 268. Based on the 'Barred breasted Buzzard' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, 1(1), p. 56, and the 'Red-shouldered Falcon' Pennant, Arct. Zool., 2, p. 206. (in insula Longa = Long Island, New York.)
  166. Gmelin, 1788, Syst. Nat., 1(1), p. 282. Based mainly on 'Éspervier à gros bec de Cayenne' Daubenton, Planches Enlum., pl. 464. (in Cayenna = Cayenne.)
  167. Gmelin, 1788, Syst. Nat., 1(1), p. 283. Based on the 'Spotted-tailed Hawk' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, 1(1), p. 106. (in Cayenna = Cayenne.)
  168. Gmelin, 1788, Syst. Nat., 1(1), p. 287. Based mainly on the 'Virginia Eared Owl' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, 1(1), p. 119. (in omni America, etc. = Virginia.)
  169. Gmelin, 1788, Syst. Nat., 1(1), p. 289. Based on 'Le Hibou de Brésil' Brisson, Ornithologie, 1, p. 499. (in Brasilia = Ceara, Brazil.)
  170. Gmelin, 1788, Syst. Nat., 1(1), p. 296. Based on the 'Acadian Owl' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, 1(1), p. 149, pl. 5, fig. 2. (in America septentrionali = Nova Scotia.)
  171. Gmelin, 1788, Syst. Nat., 1(1), p. 354. Based in part on 'Le Toucan a collier du Mexique' Brisson, Ornithologie, 4, p, 421, and the 'Collared Toucan' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, 1(1), p. 330. (in novae Hispaniae maritimis = Veracruz.)
  172. Gmelin, 1788, Syst. Nat., 1(1), p. 370. Based on 'Steller's Crw' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, 1(1), p. 387. (in sinu Natka Americae borealis = Nootka Sound, Vancouver Island, British Columbia.)
  173. Gmelin, 1788, Syst. Nat., 1(1), p. 375. Based in part on the 'Mexican Crow' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, 1(1), p. 396. (in nova Hispania = Veracruz, Veracruz.)
  174. Gmelin, 1788, Syst. Nat., 1(1), p. 386. Based on the 'Rice Oriole' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, 1(2), p. 423. (in Cayenna = Cayenne.)
  175. Gmelin, 1788, Syst. Nat., 1(1), p. 404. Based mainly on 'Couroucou àchaperon violet' Buffon, Hist. Nat. Ois., 6, p. 294, and the 'Violet-headed Curucui' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, 1(2), p. 491. (No locality given = Surinam.)
  176. Gmelin, 1788, Syst. Nat., 1(1), p. 411. Based mainly on 'Petit Viellard' Buffon, Hist. Nat. Ois., 6, p. 401, and the 'Mangrove Cuckoo' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, 1(2), p. 537. (in Cayenna = Cayenne.)
  177. Gmelin, 1788, Syst. Nat., 1(1), p. 451. Based on 'Martin-pescheur du Brésil' Brisson, Ornithologie, 4, p. 510, and 'Martin-pescheur vert et blanc de Cayenne' Daubenton, Planches Enlum., pl. 591. (in Cayenna = Cayenne.)
  178. Gmelin, 1788, Syst. Nat., 1(1), p. 497. Based mainly on the 'Ruffed Honeysucker' Pennant, Arct. Zool., 2, p. 290. (in sinu Americae Natka = Nootka Sound, Vancouver Island, British Columbia.)
  179. Gmelin, 1789 Syst. Nat., 1(2), p. 951. Based mainly on 'The Worm-eater' Edwards, Glean. Nat. Hist., 2, p. 200, pl. 305. (in Pensilvania = Philadelphia.)
  180. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat. , 1(2), p. 1025 (in Insula S. Dominici=Hispaniola)
  181. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat. 1(2), p. 658. Based on the 'Ashcoloured Snipe' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds. 3(1), p. 154. (in insulis Eimeo et Palmerston = Eimeo [Moorea] Island, Society Group, Pacific Ocean.)
  182. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat. 1(2), p. 658. Based on the 'Brown Snipe' Pennant, Arct. Zool., 2, p. 464. (in Noveboraci maritimis = Long Island, New York.)
  183. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat. 1(2), p. 659. Based on the 'Semipalmated Snipe' Pennant, Arct. Zool., 2, p. 469. (in Noveboraco = New York.)
  184. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat. 1(2), p. 659. Based on the 'Stone Snipe' Pennant, Arct. Zool., 2, p. 468. (auctumno in arenis littoris Labrador = Chateaux Bay, Labrador.)
  185. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat. 1(2), p. 659. Based on the 'Yellowshank' Pennant, Arct. Zool., 2, p. 468. (auctumno in Noveboraco = New York.)
  186. Gmelin, 1789, syst. Nat., 1 (2), p. 519. Based on the 'Jamaica Shoveler' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, 3 (2), p. 513. (in Jamaica.)
  187. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1 (2), p. 526. Based on 'Le Canard jensen, de la Luisiane' Daubenton, Planches Enlum., pl. 955, and the 'American Wigeon' Pennant, Arct. Zool., 2, p. 567. (in America a Cayenna insulisque vicini Oceani ad sinum Hudsonis usqu
  188. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1 (2), p. 767. Based largely on 'Le Magoua' Buffon, Hist. Nat. Ois., 4, p. 507, pl. 24. (in Americae australis, praesertim Cayennae et Gujanae = Cayenne.)
  189. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1 (2). p. 1025. Based on 'Le Martinet de S. Domingue' Brisson, Ornithologie, 2, p. 514, pl. 46, fig. 3. (in insulae Dominici et Cayennae=Hispaniola.)
  190. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1(2), p. 1026. Based mostly on 'L'Hirondelle de Cayenne' Brisso, Ornithologie, 2, p. 495, pl. 46, fig. 1. (in Cayenna = Cayenne.)
  191. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1(2), p. 1028. Based mainly on 'The Goat Sucker of Carolina' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 8, pl. 8. (in Virginia et Carolina = South Carolina.)
  192. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. nat., 1(2), p. 1030. Based on the 'White-throated Goatsucker' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, 2(2), p. 596. (in Cayenna = Cayenne.)
  193. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1(2), p. 628. Based on 'Aigrette rousse' Buffon, Hist. Nat. Ois., 7, p. 378, and 'L'Aigrette rousse, de la Louisiane' Daubenton, Planches Enlum., pl. 902. (in Louisiana.)
  194. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1(2), p. 645. Based on 'Minute Bittern' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, 3(1), p 66. (in Jamaica.)
  195. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1(2), p. 693. Based mainly on the 'American Avoset' Pennant, Arct. Zool., 2, p. 502, pl. 21. (in America septentrionali et nova Hollandia = North America.)
  196. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1(2), p. 704. Based on the 'Cinereous Coot' Latham, Gen Synop. Birds, 3(1), p. 279. (in America septentrionali = Noth America.)
  197. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1(2), p. 783. Based primarily on 'Pigeon ramier, de Cayenne' Daubenton, Planches Enlum., pl. 213. (in Cayenna = Cayenne.)
  198. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1(2), p. 817. Based on the 'Tawny Thrush' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, 2(1), p. 29. (in Noveboraco = New York.)
  199. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1(2), p. 872. Based on the 'Black-throatedBunting' Pennant, Arct. Zool., 2, p. 363, pl. 17. (in Noveboraco = New York.)
  200. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1(2), p. 875. Based on the 'Sandwich Bunting' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, 2(1), p. 202. (in Unalaschca et sinu Sandwich = Unalaska, Alaska.)
  201. Gmelin, 1789, syst. Nat., 1(2), p. 889. Based primarily on the 'Olive Tanager' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, 2(1), p. 218. (in Cayenna et Noveboraco = New York.)
  202. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1(2), p. 921. Based on the 'Savanna Finch' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, 2(1), p. 270. (in Jamaicae = Jamaica.)
  203. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1(2), p. 922. Based on the 'Grass Finch' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, 2(1), p. 273. (in Noveboraco = New York.)
  204. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1(2), p. 931. Based mainly on the 'Swallow-tailed Flycatcher' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, 2(1), p. 356. (in nova Hispania = Mexico.)
  205. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1(2), p. 937. Based on the 'Yellow-rumped Flycatcher' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, 2(1), p. 354 (in Cayenna = Cayenne.)
  206. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1(2), p. 951. Based on the 'Bimbelé ou fausse Linotte' Buffon, Hist. Nat. Ois., 5, p. 330. (in insula S. Dominici = Hipaniola.)
  207. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1(2), p. 960. Based on 'La Fauvette bleuátre de St. Domingue' Buffon, Hist. Nat. Ois., 5, p. 164. (in insula S. Dominici = Hispaniola.)
  208. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1(2), p. 985. Based on 'Le Figuier brun de Canada' Brisson, Ornithologie, 3, p. 515, pl. 27, fig. 4. (in Canada.)
  209. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1(2), p. 985. Based on 'The Black-throated Green Fly-catcher' Edwards, Glean. Nat. Hist., 2, p. 190, pl. 300. (in Pensilvania = Philadelphia.)
  210. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1, 2, p. 495. Based on the 'Blackbreasted Grosbeak' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds 2, p. 148. (America= Cayenne).
  211. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1, No. 2, p. 1029. (Jamaica).
  212. Gmelin, 1789, Syst. Nat., 1, p. 564 (Brasil?)
  213. Gould, 1832, Proc. Zool. Soc. london, Comm. Sci. Corresp., pt. 2, p. 140. (California, error = Jalisco.)
  214. Gould, 1834, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 26. (apud Guatimala, in Mexico = Guatemala.)
  215. Gould, 1834, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 78. (México = Valle Real.)
  216. Gould, 1835, Monogr. Trogonidae, ed. 1, pt. 2, pl. [6] and text. (State of Tamaulipas, Mexico.)
  217. Gould, 1835, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 30. (No locality given = Mexico.)
  218. Gould, 1837, Proc. Zool. Soc. London (1836), p. 89. (Tamaulipas, in Mexico = Tamaulipas, Mexico.)
  219. Gould, 1838, Monogr. Trogonidae, ed. 1, pt. 3, pl. [10] and text. (Mexico.)
  220. Gould, 1838, Monogr. Trogonidae, ed. 1, pt. 3, pl. [4] and text. (México.)
  221. Gould, 1838, Proc. Zool. Soc. London (1837), p. 79. (Bay of Honduras = Belize.)
  222. Gould, 1843, Proc. Zool. Soc. London (1842), p. 133. (California, error = Mexico.)
  223. Gould, 1843, Proc. Zool. Soc. London (1842), p. 181. (Mexico = state of Yucatán.)
  224. Gould, 1844, Proc. Zool. Soc. London (1843), p. 132. (Cobán, Guatemala.)
  225. Gould, 1846, Monogr. Odontoph., 2, pl. [2] and text. (Jalapa, Veracruz.)
  226. Gould, 1847, Proc. Zool. Soc. london, p. 11. (Mexico = Real del Monte, Hidalgo.)
  227. Gould, 1852, in Jardine's Contr. Ornith., p. 137. (Mexico)
  228. Gould, 1857, Proc. zool. Soc. London, p. 64, pl. 123. (Guatemala = Verapaz, Guatemala.)
  229. Gould, 1859, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 3, 4, p. 97. (Atlixco, Puebla, México.)
  230. Gould, 1859, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 3, 4, p. 97. (Oaxaca, Me'xico.)
  231. Gould, 1859, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 3, 4, p. 97. (Oaxaca.)
  232. Gould, 1859, Monogr. Trochil., pt. 18, pl. [12] and text. (Realejo, Nigaragua.)
  233. Gray, 1859, List Birds Br. Mus., pt. 3(2), p. 83. New name for Psittacus albifrons 'Latham' [=Kuhl], preoccupied. (Honduras = probably Belize.)
  234. Gray, 1867, List. Spec. Bds. Brit. Mus., 5, p.12 ('California' and Mexico; restricted to San Blas, Nayarit, by Van Rossem, 1934, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 77:431)
  235. Grayson, 1868, Calif. Farmer J. Useful Sci., 29, p. 7. (Isla Socorro, Islas de Revillagigedo, Colima, Mexico.)
  236. Hartert, 1892, Ibis, p. 287. New name for Antrostomus macromystax Baird, Brewer and Ridgway, preoccipied.
  237. Hartlaub, 1844, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 7, p. 214. (Guatemala.)
  238. Hartlaub, 1844, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 7, p. 215. (Guatemala.)
  239. Hartlaub, 1850, Rev. Zool. [Paris], ser. 2, 1, p. 158. (Venezuela = Caracas.)
  240. Hartlaub, 1852, Rev. Mag. Zool., ser. 2, 4, p. 3. (Rio Frio entre Puebla et la ville de Mexico = Río Frío, between Puebla and Mexico City.)
  241. Hartlaub, 1852, Rev. Mag. Zool., ser. 2, 4, p. 460. (Guatemala.)
  242. Hellmayr, 1934, Field Mus. Nat. Hist. Publ. Zool. Ser., 13(7), p. 150. (Río Lagartos, Yucatán, Mexico.)
  243. Hermann, 1783, Tabula Affinit, Anim., p. 230. Based mainly on 'Crapaud-volant ou Tette-chevre de la Guiane' Daubenton, Planches Enlum., pl. 732. (Cayenne.)
  244. Hermann, 1783, Tabula Affinit. Anim., p. 156. Based on 'Le Soui' Buffon, Hist. Nat. Ois., 4, p. 512, and 'Le Soui ou Petit Tinamou, de Cayenne' Daubenton, Planches Enlum., pl. 829. (Cayenne.)
  245. J. G. Cooper, 1861, Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci., ser. 1, 2, p. 120. (Fort Mojave, near lat. 35° in the Colorado Valley [Arizona].)
  246. J. K. Townsend, 1837, J. Acad. Nat. hist. Sci. Philadelphia, 7, p. 190. (forests of Columbia River = probably near Fort Vancouver, Washington.)
  247. J. K. Townsend, 1837, J. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 7, p. 189. (prairies of Platte River = near forks of Platte River, western Nebraska.)
  248. J. K. Townsend, 1837, J. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 7, p. 190. (forests of the Columbia River = Fort Vancouver, Washington.)
  249. J. K. Townsend, 1837, J. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 7, p. 191. (forests of the Columbia River = Fort Vancouver, Washington.)
  250. J. K. Townsend, 1837, J. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 7, p. 191. (No locality given = near Fort Williams, Portland, Oregon.)
  251. J. K. Townsend, 1839, Narr. Journey Rocky Mount., etc., p. 343. (the Columbia = Fort Vancouver, Washington.)
  252. J. K. Townsend, 1839, Narr. Journey Rocky Mount., etc., p. 348. (Columbia River=Fort Vauncouver, Washington.)
  253. J. R. Forster, 1772, Philos. Trans. R. Soc. London, 62, p. 340. (Severn River, west shore of Hudson Bay.)
  254. Jardine and Selby, 1828, Iiius. Ornithol., 1, text to pl. 38 (in 'Ortyx synopsis specierum'), and pl. 49 and text. (Mexico = mountains about valley of Mexico.)
  255. Kaup, 1847, Isis von Oken, col. 329. (No locality given = Mexico.)
  256. Kaup, 1853, in Jardine, Contrib. Ornithol. (1852), p. 111. (Mexico.)
  257. Kleinschmidt, 1897, J. Ornithol., 45, p. 133. New name for Parus meridionalis Sclater, preoccupied.
  258. Lafresnaye, 1835, Mag. Zool. [Paris], 5, cl. 2, pl. 47. (Californie, error = coast region of southern Sonora.)
  259. Lafresnaye, 1838, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 1, p. 55. (du Mexique et de la Californie = Mexico.)
  260. LAfresnaye, 1839, Rev Zool. [Paris], 2, p. 97. (Mexico = Jalapa, Veracruz.)
  261. Lafresnaye, 1839, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 2, p. 100. (Mexico.)
  262. Lafresnaye, 1839, Rev. Zool. [Paris], p. 98. (Mexico = Jalapa, Veracruz.)
  263. Lafresnaye, 1840, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 3, p. 130. (Guatimala = Guatemala.)
  264. Lafresnaye, 1840, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 3, p. 259. (al Monterey en Californie, error = Acapulco, Guerrero.)
  265. Lafresnaye, 1840, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 3, p. 260. (Acapulco, [Guerrero,] Mexico.)
  266. Lafresnaye, 1842, Mag. Zool. [Paris], ser. 2, 4, Ois., pl. 28, p. 1 and plate. (à Acapulco et à San Blas sur la côte ouest du Mexique = Acapulco, Guerrero.)
  267. Lafresnaye, 1844, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 7, p. 41. (du Mexique = Mexico.)
  268. Lafresnaye, 1844, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 7, p. 81. (Colombie = Colombia.)
  269. Lafresnaye, 1845, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 8, p. 337. (Mexique, error = Guatemala.)
  270. Lafresnaye, 1845, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 8, p. 338. (Mexique = Veracruz.)
  271. Lafresnaye, 1845, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 8, p. 339. (Mexique = Mexico.)
  272. Lafresnaye, 1846, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 9, p. 204. (in Colombiâ, error = Guatemala.)
  273. Lafresnaye, 1847, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 10, p. 74. (Panama.)
  274. Latham, 1787, Gen. Synop. Birds, suppl., 1, p. 296. (Sanwich, Kent, England.)
  275. Latham, 1790, Index Ornithol., 1, p, 58. Based on the 'Spectacle Owl' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, suppl., 1, p. 50, pl. 107. (in Cayana = Cayenne.)
  276. Latham, 1790, Index Ornithol., 1, p. 257. Based on the 'Amazonian Kingfisher' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, suppl., 1, p. 116. (in Cayana = Cayenne.)
  277. Latham, 1790, Index Ornithol., 1, p. 262. Based mainly on 'Le Torchepot de la Caroline' Brisson, Ornithologie, 3, p. 596. (in America, Jamaica; Euroæa minor = South Carolina.)
  278. Latham, 1790, Index Ornithol., 1, p. 28. Based on the 'Cayenne Falcon' Latham, Gen Synop. Birds, 1(1), p. 59. (in Cayana = Bahia, Brazil.)
  279. Latham, 1790, Index Ornithol., 1, p. 35. Based on the 'Black-necked Falcon' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, suppl., 1, p. 30. (in Cayana = Cayenne.)
  280. Latham, 1790, Index Ornithol., 1, p. 36. Based on the 'White necked Falcon' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, suppl., 1, p. 30. (Cayenne.)
  281. Latham, 1790, Index Ornithol., 1, p. 38. Based on the 'Notched Falcon' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, suppl., 1, p. 34. (in Cayana = Cayenne.)
  282. Latham, 1790, Index Ornithol., 1, p. 41. (in Cayana= Cayenne).
  283. Latham, 1790, Index Ornithol., 2, p. 489. Based on the 'Dusky Fly-catcher' Pennant, Arct. Zool., 2, p. 389, and the 'Phoebe Flycatcher' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, suppl., 1, p. 173. (in America septentrionali, Noveboraco = New York.)
  284. Latham, 1790, Index Ornithol., 2, p. 548. Based on 'Le Roitelet de Buenos-Ayres' Daubenton, Planches Enlum., pl. 730, fig. 2. (in Bonaria = Buenos Aires, Argentina.)
  285. Latham, 1790, Index Ornithol., 2, p. 548. Based on 'Roitelet de la Louisiane' Daubenton, Planches Enlum., pl. 730, fig. 1, (in Louisiana = along the Mississippi River at New Orleans.)
  286. Lawrence, 1851, Ann. Lyc. Nat. Hist. N. Y., 5, p. 112, pl. 5, fig. 2. (Rio Grande in Texas = Brownsville, Texas.)
  287. Lawrence, 1851, Ann. Lyc. Nat. Hist. N. Y., 5, p. 121. (Western Texas.)
  288. Lawrence, 1851, Ann. Lyc. Nat. Hist. N. Y., 5, p. 122. (high prairies of Western Texas.)
  289. Lawrence, 1857, Ann. Lyc. Nat. Hist. N. Y., 6, p. 168. (Texas, California = Rio Grande Valley, Texas.)
  290. Lawrence, 1860, Ann. Lyc. Nat. Hist. N.Y., 7, p. 109. (Cape St. Lucas, South California=San Nicolas, 10 miles northeast of Cape San Lucas, Baja California).
  291. Lawrence, 1863, Ann. Lyc. Nat. Hist. N. Y., 8, p.2. (on the Atlantic side of the Isthmus of Panama, along the line of Panama Railroad = Canal Zone.)
  292. Lawrence, 1865, Ann. Lyc. Nat. Hist. N. Y., 8, p. 126. (Jalapa, Mexico = Las Vigas, west of Jalapa, Veracruz.)
  293. Lawrence, 1865, Ann. Lyc. Nat. Hist. N. Y., 8, p. 133. (Barranca, Costa Rica.)
  294. Lawrence, 1871, Ann. Lyc. Nat. Hist. N. Y., 10, p. 1. (Socorro Island, Mexico.)
  295. Lawrence, 1871, Ann. Lyc. Nat. Hist. N. Y., 10, p. 20. (Belize, Br. Honduras.)
  296. Lawrence, 1871, Ann. Lyc. Nat. Hist. N. Y., 10, p. 6. (Tuchitan Tehuantepec = Juchitán, Oaxaca.)
  297. Lawrence, 1871, Ann. Lyc. Nat. Hist. N.Y., 10, p. 17. (Socorro Island, Mexico.)
  298. Lawrence, 1871, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 22, p. 233. (Mato Bejuco, Vera Cruz.)
  299. Lawrence, 1871, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 22, p. 235. (Yucatan = Merida, state of Yucatán.)
  300. Lawrence, 1874, Ann. lyc. Nat. Hist. N. Y., 10, p. 397. (Tehuantepec, Mexico = Cacoprieto, Oaxaca.)
  301. Lawrence, 1875, Ann. Lyc. Nat. Hist. N. Y., 11, p. 71. (Cacoprieto, Tehuantepec [= Oaxaca], Mexico.)
  302. Lesso, 1842, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 5, p. 135. (Realejo, centre Amérique [= Nicaragua].)
  303. Lesson and De Lattre, 1839, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 2 p. 20. (Pas du Taureau, entra la Vera Cruz et Jalapa = Paso del Toro, Veracruz.)
  304. Lesson and De Lattre, 1839, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 2, p. 15. (Jalapa et Quatepu = Coátepec, Veracruz.)
  305. Lesson and De Lattre, 1839, Rev. Zool. {Paris}, 2, p. 16. (Jalapa {Veracruz}.)
  306. Lesson, 1829, Compl. Oeuvres Buffon, 6, p. 420. (Californie = San Diego, California.)
  307. Lesson, 1829, Hist. Nat. Ois.- Mouches, p. 'xxxj' [= xxxi]; 1830, p. 205, pl. 74. (La Californie = San Francisco, California.)
  308. Lesson, 1829, Hist. Nat. Ois.- Mouches, p. xlv; 1830, p. 216, pl. 80. (le Mexique = Mexico.)
  309. Lesson, 1829, Hist. Nat. Ois.-Mouches, p. xlv. (Le Brésil, error = Veracruz, Veracruz.)
  310. Lesson, 1830, Cent. Zool., livr. 2, p. 33, pl. (Mexico.)
  311. Lesson, 1830, Traité Ornithol., livr. 3, p. 173. (le Mexique = Mexico.)
  312. Lesson, 1831, Cent. Zool., p. 107, pl. 39. (Mexico.)
  313. Lesson, 1831, Traité Ornithol., livr. 8, p. 605. Based on 'Le Cormorant dilophe' Viellot, in Viellot and Oudart, Gal. Ois., 2, pl. 275. (in Nouvelle-Zélande, error=N. Amer.; restricted to upper Saskatchewan Riv. by Todd, 1963, Birds Labrador Pen., p. 105
  314. Lesson, 1832, Cent. Zool., p. 208, pl. 69. (Mexico = Veracruz.)
  315. Lesson, 1832, Cent. Zool., p. 210, pl. 70. (la Californie, error = Orizaba, Veracruz.)
  316. Lesson, 1832, Hist. Nat. Colibris, licr. 13, p. 100, pl. 1. (México.)
  317. Lesson, 1832, Hist. Nat. Colibris, livr. 13, p. 87, pl. 24. (South America)
  318. Lesson, 1832, Hist. Nat. Colibris, livr. 13, pp. 174, 177, pl. 37, 38. (Brazil, error=Jalapa, Veracruz.)
  319. Lesson, 1832, Illus. Zool., livr. 2, pl. 5. (du Brésil et du district peu connu de San-Jose, error = Caracas, Venezuela.)
  320. Lesson, 1832, Les Trochil., p. 15; 1833, p. 160, pl. 2, 62. (Cayenne.)
  321. Lesson, 1838, Ann. Sci. NAt. (Zool.), sér. 2, 9, p. 168. (Vera-Cruz, Mexico.)
  322. Lesson, 1838, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 1, p. 315. (Mexico.)
  323. Lesson, 1839, Rev, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 2, p. 41. (Mexico.)
  324. Lesson, 1839, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 2, p. 105. (Mexico.)
  325. Lesson, 1839, Rev. Zool., 2, p. 101. (Mexico)
  326. Lesson, 1840, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 3, p. 270. (No locality given = Bogotá, Colombia.)
  327. Lesson, 1842, Rev Zool. [Paris], 5, p. 175. (Realejo [Nicaragua].)
  328. Lesson, 1842, Rev. Zool. [ Paris ], 5, p. 210. (La Union, Centre Amérique = La Unión, El Salvador.)
  329. Lesson, 1842, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 5, p. 210. (San-Carlos, Centre Amérique = San Carlos, Nicaragua.)
  330. Lesson, 1844, Echo Monde Savant, ser. 2, 11, p. 204. (Mexico.)
  331. Lesson, 1847, Deser. Mamm. Ois., p. 211. (Mexico [probably west coast].)
  332. Lichtenstein, 1823, Verz. Doubl. Zool. Mus. Berlin, p. 35. (Am. sept. = North America.)
  333. Lichtenstein, 1823, Verz. Doubl. Zool. Mus. Berlin, p. 50. (Sâo Paulo, Brazil.)
  334. Lichtenstein, 1823, Verz. Doubl. Zool. Mus. Berlin, p. 55. (Bahia, Brazil.)
  335. Lichtenstein, 1830, Preis.Verz. Saugeth. Vogel, etc., Mex., p. 1, no. 33. (Mèxico.)
  336. Lichtenstein, 1830, Preis.-Verz. Säugeth. Vögel, etc., Mex., p. 1. (México = Temascaltepec, state of México.)
  337. Lichtenstein, 1830, Preis.-Verz. Saugethm Vogel, etc., Mex. , p. 1, no. 32. (Me'xico.)
  338. Lichtenstein, 1839, Abh. Phys. Kl. Akad. Wiss. Berlin (1838), p. 449, pl. 4. (Valle Real, México.)
  339. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 125. (in Europae maritimis=Sweden.) NOTA: Anas Platyrhynchos (Including diazi) . Ver Check-List of North American Birds, pag. 76.
  340. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 126. (in Europeae maritimis=Sweden.)
  341. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst, Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 125. (in Europeae aquis dulcibus=Sweden.)
  342. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat. ed. 10, 1, p. 148. [lobata in Emendanda, p. 824]. Based on 'The Cock Coot-footed Tringa' Edwards, Nat. Hist.Birds, 3, p. 143, pl. 143. (in America septentrionali, Lapponia = Hudson Bay.)
  343. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 124. (in Europeae maritimis=southern Sweden.)
  344. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 102. Based on 'The Lesser Green Parrot' Edwards, Nat. Hist. Birds, 4, p. 164. (in America = southern Mexico.)
  345. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 105. (in Europa = Sweden.)
  346. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 105. Based mainly on the 'Razor-billed Blackbird' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 2, app., p. 3, pl. 3, and Sloane, Voy. Jamaica, 2, p. 298, pl. 256, fig. 1. (in America, Africa = Jamaica.)
  347. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 108. Based on 'The Baltimore-Bird' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 48, pl. 48. (in America = Virginia.)
  348. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 111. Based on 'The Cuckoo of Carolina' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 9, pl. 9. (in Carolina = South Carolina.)
  349. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 112. Based on 'The Golden-winged Wood-pecker' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 18, pl. 18. (in Carolina = South Carolina.)
  350. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 115. Based mainly on the 'Kingfisher' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 69, pl. 69. (in America = South Carolina.)
  351. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 120. Based mainly on 'The Hummingbird' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 65, pl. 65. (in America, imprimis septentrionali = South Carolina.)
  352. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 124. (in India, error=Brazil.)
  353. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 127. Based on 'The Red-billed Whistling Duck' Edwards, Nat. Hist. Birds, 4, p. 194, pl. 194. (in America=West Indies.)
  354. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 136. Based on 'The Pied-Bill Dopchick' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, p. 91, pl. 91. (in America septentrionali = South Carolina.)
  355. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 136. Based on the 'Laughing Gull' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 89, pl. 89. (in America = Bahamas.)
  356. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 138. Based mainly on the 'Cut Water' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 90, pl. 90. (in America = coast of South Carolina.)
  357. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 140. Based mainly on 'Jabiru-guaçu' Marcgrave, Hist. Nat. Bras., p. 201. (in America calidiore = Brazil.)
  358. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 140. Based mainly on Ajaia Brasiliensibus Marcgrave, Hist. Nat. Bras., p. 204. (in America australi = Rio Sâo Francisco, eastern Brazil.)
  359. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 142. (in Europa australi = southern Europe.)
  360. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 143. Based mainly on 'The Ash-colour'd Heron of North-America' Edwards, Nat. Hist. Birds, 3, p. 135, pl. 135. (in America = Hudson Bay.)
  361. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 143. Based mainly on 'The Blew Heron' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 76. (in America septentrionali = South Carolina.)
  362. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 143. Based on 'The Crested Bittern' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 79. (in America septentrionali = South Carolina.)
  363. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 144 ( in Europa = Sweden.)
  364. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 144. (in Surinami = Surinam.)
  365. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 145. Based on 'The White Curlew' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 82, pl. 82. (in America = South Carolina.)
  366. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 146. (in Europa = Swden.)
  367. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 146. Based on 'The Greater American Godwit' Edwards, Nat. Hist. Birds, 3, p. 137. (in America septentrionali = Hudson Bay.)
  368. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 147. (in Europa = Sweden.)
  369. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 148. (in Europa & America septentrionali = Gotland, Sweden.)
  370. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 149. (in Europa = Sweden.)
  371. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 150. Based on 'The Chattering Plover' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 71, pl. 71. (in America septentrionali = South Carolina.)
  372. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 152. (in Europa = England.)
  373. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 152. Based on 'The Spur-winged Water Hen' Edwards, Nat. Hist. Birds, 1, p. 48, pl. 48. (in America australi = Panama.)
  374. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 153. Based on 'The Little American Water Hen' Edwards, Nat. Hist. Birds, 3, p. 144, pl. 144, and the 'Soree' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 70, pl. 70. (in America septentrionali = Hudson Bay.)
  375. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 156. Based mainly on the 'Wild Turkey' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 44, pl. 44. (in America septentrionali = Mirador, Veracruz.)
  376. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 157. Based on 'The Red Peruvian Hen' Albin, Nat. Hist. Birds, 3, p. 37, pl. 40. (in America = western Ecuador.)
  377. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 161. Based on 'The American Partridge' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 3, p. 12, pl. 12. (in America = Virginia.)
  378. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 163. Based mainly on 'The Mountain Partridge' Sloane, Voy. Jamaica, 2, p. 304, pl. 261, fig. 1. (in Jamaica.)
  379. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 163. Based on 'The Brown Indian Dove' Edwards, Nat. Hist. Birds, 2, p. 76, pl. 76. (in Indiis = Jamaica.)
  380. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 163. Based on 'The Turtle-Dove' from Jamaica'Albin, Nat. Hist. Birds, 2, p. 45, pl. 49. (in America = Jamaica.)
  381. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 165. Based mainly on 'The Ground Dove' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 26, pl, 26. (in America inter tropicos = South Carolina.)
  382. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 166. Based mainly on 'The Lark' Catesby, nat. hist. Carolina, 1, p. 32, pl. 32. (in America septentrionali = coast of South Carolina.)
  383. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 167. Based on 'The Large Lark' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 33, pl. 33. (in America, Africa = South Carolina.)
  384. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 169. BAsed mainly on 'The Mock-Bird' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 27, pl. 27. (in Virginia.)
  385. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 170. Based on 'The Crested Fly-catcher' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 52, pl. 52. (in America = South Carolina.)
  386. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 171. (in Europæ = Sweden.)
  387. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 171. Based on 'The yellow brested Chat' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 50, pl. 50. (in America = South Carolina, 200 or 300 miles from the sea.)
  388. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 172. Based mainly on 'The Red-Bird' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 38, pl. 38. (in America septentrionali = South Carolina.)
  389. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 175. Based on 'The blew Gross-bec' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 39, pl. 39. (in America = South Carolina.)
  390. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 176. (Surinami = Surinam.)
  391. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 179. Based mainly on 'The Painted Finch' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 44, pl. 44. (in America = South Carolina.)
  392. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 179. Based mainly on 'The Rice-Bird' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 14, pl. 14. (in Cuba, ...in Carolinam = South Carolina.)
  393. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 181. Based on 'The American Goldfinch' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1 p. 43, pl. 43. (in America septentrionali = South Carolina.)
  394. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 181. Based on 'The Bahama Finch' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 42, pl. 42. (Bahama Island = New Providence.)
  395. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 181. Based on 'The Summer Red-Bird' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 56, pl. 56. (in America = South Carolina.)
  396. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 183. Based on 'The Snow-bird' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 36, pl. 36. (in America = South Carolina.)
  397. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 187. Base mainly on 'The Blew Bird' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 47, pl. 47. (in Bermudis & America calidiore = South Carolina.)
  398. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 190. Based on 'The Finch-Creeper' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 64, pl. 64. (in America septentrionali = South Carolina.)
  399. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 191. (in Europæ domibus intra tectum = Sweden.)
  400. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 192. (in Europæ collibus arenosis abruptis = Sweden.)
  401. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 192. Based on 'The Great American Martin' Edwards, Nat. Hist. Birds, 3, p. 120, pl. 120. (ad sinum Hudsonis = Hudson Bay.)
  402. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 86. Based mainly on the 'Tzopilotes s. Aura' Hernandez, Nova Plant Anim. Min. Mex. Hist., p. 331. (in America calidiore = state of Veracruz.)
  403. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 88. (in Europa = Sweden.)
  404. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 89. ( in Alpibus = Dalecarlian Alps, Sweden.)
  405. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 90. (in America meridionali = Surinam.)
  406. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 90. Based on 'The Little Hawk' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 5, pl. 5. (in America = South Carolina.)
  407. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 90. Based on 'The Pigeon-Hawk' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, !, p. 3, pl. 3. (in America = South Carolina.)
  408. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 92. Based on 'The Little Owl' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 7, pl. 7. (in America = South Carolina.)
  409. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 94. Based mainly on 'The Tyrant' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 55, pl. 55. (in America septentrionali = South Carolina.)
  410. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 96. Based mainly on 'The Red and Blue Maccaw' Edwards, Nat. Hist. Birds, 4, p. 158, pl. 158. (in America meridionali = Pernambuco, eastern Brazil.)
  411. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 11, p. 126. (in Europae aquis dulcibus=Sweden.)
  412. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 1o, 1, p. 139. Based largely on 'The Flamingo'Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 73, pl. 73. (in Africa, America, rarius in Europa = Bahamas.)
  413. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 1o, 1, p. 91. ( in Europa = Sweden.)
  414. Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 1o, 1, p. 98. Based mainly on 'The Red and Blue-headed Parakeet' Edwards, Nat. Hist. Birds, 4, p. 176, pl. 176. (in America = nothwestern Costa Rica.)
  415. Linnaeus, 1764, Mus. Adolphi Friderici, 2, Prodr., p. 12. (No locality given = Surinam.)
  416. Linnaeus, 1766 Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 233. Based on 'La Cuilliere' Brisson, Ornithologie, 5, p. 506. (in Guiana = Cayenne.)
  417. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat. (ed. 12), 1, p. 340. (In America Septentrionali= North Carolina).
  418. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat. ed. 12, 1, p. 252. Based on 'La petite Alouette-de-mer de S. Domingue' Brisson, Ornithologie, 5, p. 222, pl. 25, fig. 2. (in Domingo = Hispaniola.)
  419. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 205. Based mainly on 'The White-face Teal' Catesby, Nat. Hist., Carolina, 1, p. 100, pl. 100. (in America septentrionali=South Carolina.)
  420. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 180. Based mainly on 'Le Martin-pescheur hupé du Mexique' Brisson, Ornithologie, 4, p. 518, pl. 41, fig. 1. (in Martinica, mexico = Mexico.)
  421. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 126. Based on 'The Bleu Hawk' Edwards, Glean. Nat. Hist., 1, p. 33, pl. 225. (in Europa, Africa = vicinity of London, England.)
  422. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 134. Based on 'La Pie-grieche de la Louisiane' Brisson, Ornithologie, 2, p. 162, pl. 15, fig. 2. (in Ludovicia = Louisiana.)
  423. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 136. Based in part on 'La Tyran du Brésil' Brisson, Ornithologie, 2, p. 401, pl. 36, fig. 5. (in Brasilia = Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.)
  424. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 137. Based on 'La Pie-griesche jaune de Cayenne' Brisson, Ornithologie, 2, p. 176, pl. 16, fig. 4. (in Cayania = Cayenne.)
  425. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 139. (No locality given = Colombia.)
  426. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 152. (in America meridionali = Cayenne.)
  427. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 161. Based mainly on 'The red wing'd Starling' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 13, pl. 13. (in America septentrionali = Charleston, South Carolina.)
  428. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 162. Based mainly on 'The Bastard Baltimore' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 48, pl. 48. (in America septentrionali = South Carolina.)
  429. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 163. Based on 'Le Carouge de S. Domingue' Brisson, Ornithologie, 2, p. 121, pl. 12, fig. 3. (in Dominica = Hispaniola.)
  430. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 170. Based on 'Le Coucou de Cayenne' Brisso, Ornithologie, 4, p. 122, pl. 8, fig. 2. (in Cayana = Cayenne.)
  431. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 170. Based on 'Le Coucou tacheté de Cayenne' Brisson, Ornithologie, 4, p. 127, pl. 9, fig. 1. (in Cayania = Cayenne.)
  432. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 175. Based on 'The Hairy Wood-pecker' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 19, pl. 19 (in America septentrionali = New Jersey.)
  433. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 176. Based mainly on 'The yellow belly'd Wood-pecker' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 21, pl. 21. (in America septentrionali = South Carolina.)
  434. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 178. Based on 'The Grey and Yellow Flycatcher' Edwards, glean. Nat. Hist., 2, p. 110, pl. 262, fig. 1. (in Surinamo = Surinam.)
  435. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. NAt., ed. 12, 1, p. 187. Based largely on 'The Pine-Creeper' Edwards, Glean. Nat. Hist., 2, p. 140, pl. 277. (in America septentrionali = Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.)
  436. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 188. Based in part on 'The Black and Blue Creeper' Edwards, Glean. Nat. Hist., 2, p. 114, pl. 264, upper fig. (in Brasilia, Cayania = Surinam.)
  437. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 189. Based on 'Le Colibry a longue queue de Cayenne' Brisson, Ornithologie, 3, p. 686, pl. 35, fig. 5. (0n Cayania=Cayenne.)
  438. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 218. Based on the 'Anhinga' Marcgrave, Hist. Nat. Bras., p. 218, and Brisson, Ornithologie, 6, p. 476. (in America australi = Rio Tapajós, Pará, Brazil.)
  439. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 223. Based on 'La Grebe de reviere de S. Domingue' Brisson, Ornithologie, 6, p. 64, pl. 5, fig. 2. (in Dominica = Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.)
  440. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 228. Based mainly on 'L'Hirondelle-de-mer brune' Brisson, Ornithologie, 6, p. 220, pl. 21, fig. 2. (in Insula Domincensi = Hispaniola.)
  441. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 242. Based on 'Le Courly brun d'Amérique' Brisson, Ornithologie, 5, p. 330, and 'Guarauna' Marcgrave, Hist. Nat. Bras., p. 204. (in America australi = Cayenne.)
  442. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 249. Based mainly on the 'Spotted Tringa' Edwards, Glean. Nat. Hist., 2, p. 139, pl. 277. (in Europa & America septentrionali = Pennsylvania.)
  443. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 283. Based on Columba minor ventre candido Sloane, Voy. Jamaica, 2, p. 303, pl. 262, fig. 1, and 'Le Pigeon de la Jamaique' Brisson, Ornithologie, 1, p. 134. (in Jamaica.)
  444. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 285. Based on 'La petite Tourterelle brun d'Amérique' Brisson, Ornithologie, 1, p. 116, pl. 8, fig. 2. (in America = Cayenne.)
  445. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 292. Based mainly on 'The Fieldfare of Carolina' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 29, pl. 29. (in America septentrionali = South Carolina.)
  446. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 293. Based on 'The Maryland Yellow-Throat' Edwards, Glean. Nat. Hist., 1, p. 56, pl. 257, fig. 2. (in America septentrionali = Maryland.)
  447. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 306. Based on 'Le Gros-bec de la Louisiane' Brisson, Ornithologie, 3, p. 247, pl. 12, fig. 2. (in Ludovicia = Louisiana.)
  448. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 309. Based on 'Le Bruant de S. Domingue' Brisson, Ornithologie, 3, p. 300, pl. 13, fig. 5. (in Dominica = Hispaniola.)
  449. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 314. Based mainly on 'Jacarini' Marcgrave, Hist. Nat. Bras., p. 210. (in Brasilia = northeastern Brazil.)
  450. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 315. Based on 'The blew Linnet' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p.45, pl. 45. (in Carolina = South Carolina.)
  451. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 316. Based on 'L'Evesque' Brisson, Ornithologie, 3, p. 40, pl. 1, fig. 2. (in Brasilia, error = probably Cayenne.)
  452. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 325. Based on 'Le Gobe-mouche hupé de la Martinique' Brisson, Ornithologie, 2, p. 362, pl. 36, fig. 2. (in Martinica = Martinique.)
  453. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 327. Based mainly on 'The Red Ey'd Flycatcher' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 54, pl. 54. (in America septentrionali = South Carolina.)
  454. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 327. Based on 'Le Gobe-mouche cendré de Canada' Brisson, Ornithologie, 2, p. 406, pl. 39, fig. 4. (in Canada.)
  455. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 327. Based on 'Le Gobe-mouche condré de la Caroline' Brisson, Ornithologie, 2, p. 368. (in Carolina ad ripas = South Carolina.)
  456. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 328. Based mainly on 'The Cat-Bird' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 66, pl. 66. (in Carolina = Virginia.)
  457. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 333. Based on 'The Golden-crowned Fly-catcher' Edwards, Glean. Nat. Hist., 2, p. 187, pl. 298. (in Pensylvania = Philadelphia.)
  458. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 333. Based on 'The Red-throated Fly-catcher' Edwards, Glean. Nat. Hist., 2, p. 193, pl. 301. (in Pensylvania = Philadelphia.)
  459. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 334. Based mainly on 'Le Figuier cendré de S. Domingue' Brisson, Ornitholigie, 3, p. 520, pl. 27, fig. 3. (in Jamaica, Dominica = Hispaniola.)
  460. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 334. Based on 'The Golden-crowned Thrush' Edwards, Glean. Nat. Hist., 5, p. 91, pl. 252. (in Pensylvania, error = at sea, apparently off Haiti.)
  461. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 334. Based on 'the Yellow Red-pole' Edwards, Glean. Nat. Hist., 1, p. 99, pl. 256, fig. 2. (in America septentrionali = Barbados.)
  462. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 337. Based on 'The Ruby-crowned Wren' Edwards, Glean. Nat. Hist., 1, p. 95, pl. 254, fig. 2. (in Pensylvania = Philadelphia.)
  463. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 337. Based on the 'Little Blue-grey Flaycatcher' Edwards, Glean. Nat. Hist., 2, p. 194, pl. 302. (in Pensylvania = Philadelphia.)
  464. Linnaeus, 1766, Syst. Nat., ed.12,1, p.333. Based on the 'Small Black and White Creeper' Sloane, Voy. Jamaica,2, p.309, pl.265, fig.1, and 'Le Figuier varié de S. Domingue' Brisson, Ornithologie,3, p.529, pl.27, fig.5. (in Jamaica, Dominica = Hispaniola)
  465. Linnaeus, 1766. Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 1, p. 174. Based on 'Le Pic noir hupé de Cayenne' Brisson, Ornithologie, 4, p. 31, pl. 1, fig. 2. (in Cayana = Cayenne.)
  466. Linnaeus, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 186. Based mostly on 'The Red-start' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 1, p. 67, pl. 67, and 'The Small American Redstart' Edwards, Nat. Hist. Birds, 1, p. 80, pl. 80. (in America = Virginia.)
  467. Linnaeus,1758,Syst.Nat.,ed.10,1,p.119. Based mainly on 'Luscinia s. Philomela e fosco & luteo varia' Sloane, Voy.Jamaica,2,p.307,pl.259,fig,and 'The Black and Yellow Creeper' Edwards, Nat. Hist. Birds,3,p.122,pl.122,upper fig.(in America = Jamaica.)
  468. Linneaus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 11, p. 192. Based on 'The American Swallow' Catesby, Nat. Hist. Carolina, 2, app., p. 8, pl. 8. (in America=South Carolina.) NOTA: C. pelagica, C. Vauxi y C. chapmani, puden constituir una superespecie.
  469. Linneus, 1758, Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 1, p. 164. Based mainly on 'The Long-tailed Dove' Edwards, Nat. Hist. Birds, 1, p. 15, pl. 15. (in Canada, error = Cuba.)
  470. Mahlerbe, 1852. Rev. et Mag. Zool. (2) 4:553 (Cabo San Lucas, Baja California [Sur])
  471. Malherbe, 1845, Rev. Zool. [Paris], 8, p. 373. (du Mexique = Mt. Orizaba massif, Veracruz.)
  472. Malherbe, 1849, Rev. Mag. Zool., ser. 2, 1, p. 542. (Tobago, error = Colombia.)
  473. Mathews, 1914, Austral Avian Rec., 2, p. 20. (Barrington, Indefatigable, Albemarle Islands = Barrington Island, Galapagos.)
  474. Miller, 1777, Var. Subj. Nat. Hist., pt. 3, pl. 17. (Tierra del Fuego)
  475. Molina, 1782, Saggio Stor. Nat. Chili, p. 235. (Chili = Chile.)
  476. Molina, 1782. Saggio Stor. Nat. Chili, p. 263. (Chile)
  477. Moore, 1935, Auk,52, p. 275, pl. 13. (Rancho Batel, 5 miles N. E. of Santa Lucia, altitude 5200 ft., Sinaloa, Mexico.)
  478. Müller, 1776, Natursyst., Suppl., p. 111. Based on 'La Demi-Aigrette' Buffon, Hist. Nat. Ois. 7, p. 378, and 'Herón bleuâtre a ventre blanc, de Cayenne' Daubenton, Planches Enlum., pl. 350. (America = Cayenne.)
  479. Müller, 1776, Natursyst., Suppl., p. 117. Based on the 'Echasse de Mexique' Brisso, Ornithologie, 5, p. 36. (in Mexico.)
  480. Müller, 1776, Natursyst., Suppl., p. 119. Based on 'Poule d'eau, de Cayenne' Daubenton, Planches Enlum., pl. 352. (Cayenne.)
  481. Müller, 1776, Natursyst., Suppl., p. 80. Based on 'Petit Perruche a gorge jaune d'Amerique' Daubenton, Planches Enlum., pl. 190, fig. 1. (in America = Bonda, Santa Marta, Colombia.)
  482. Müller, 1776, Natursyst., Suppl., p. p. 165. Based on 'Bruent, du Cap de Bonne-Espérance' Daubenton, Planches Enlum., pl. 386, fig. 2. (Cape of Good Hope, error = Cayenne.)
  483. Nelson, 1897, Auk, 14, p. 53. (Pluma, Oaxaca.)
  484. Nelson, 1897, Auk, 14, p. 50. (Tlalkisala, Guerrero, Mexico.)
  485. Nelson, 1898, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 12, p. 59. (Plomosas, Sinaloa.)
  486. Nelson, 1903, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 16, p. 154. (Omilteme, Guerrero.)
  487. Nuttall, 1831, Man. Ornithol. U. S. And Canada, p. 282. (Mount Alburn, near Boston, Massachusetts).
  488. Nuttall, 1834, Man. Ornithol. U. S. Can., ed. 1, 2, p. 274. New name for Sterna hirundo Richardson, preoccupied.
  489. Nuttall, 1840, Man. Ornithol. U. S. Can., ed. 2, 1, pp. vi, 400, 830. (forests of the Oregon = Fort Vancouver, Washington.)
  490. Ord, 1814, in Wilson, Am. Ornithol., 9, p. 77, pl. 73, fig. 5. (shore of Cape Island [= Cape May], New Jersey.)
  491. Ord, 1815, in Guthrie, Geogr., ed. 2 (Am.), 2, p. 319. (Delawere River, below Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.)
  492. P. L. S. Müller, 1776, Natursyst., Suppl., p. 159. Based on 'Tanagra, des grands bois de Cayenne' Daubenton, planches Enlum., pl. 205. (Cayenne.)
  493. P. L. S. Müller, 1776, Natursyst., Suppl., p. 165. (Mexico = valley of Mexico.)
  494. P. L. S. Müller, 1776, Natursyst., Suppl., p. 175. (Guyana = French Guiana.)
  495. P.L.S. Müller, 1776, Natursyst., Suppl., p. 169. Based on 'Gobe-mouche tachetée de Cayenne' Daubenton, Planches Enlum., p. 453, fig. 2. (Cayenne.)
  496. P.L.S. Müller, 1776, Natursyst., Suppl., p. 169. Based on Daubenton, Planches Enlum., pl. 571, fig. 1. (Cayenne.)
  497. Pallas, 1764, in Vroeg, Cat. Raissoné Ois., Adumbr., p. 1, no. 54. (Surinam.)
  498. Pallas, 1764, in Vroeg, Cat. Raissoné Ois., Adumbr., p. 7 (de Noordsche Zeekusten = coast of the North Sea.)
  499. Pallas, 1764, in Vroeg. Cat., Adumbr., p.6 (Holland)
  500. Pallas, 1811, Zoogr. Rosso-Asiat., 1, p. 465. (in insulis Americae vicinis praesertim Kadiak = Kodiak Island, Alaska.)
  501. Pallas, 1811, Zoogr., Rosso-Asiat., 2, p. 370. (Russia ad Oceanum orientalem = North Pacific Ocean.)
  502. Peters, 1929, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 42, p. 123. New name for Corvus mexicanus Auct. (not Gmelin) [= Qhiscalus mexicanus]. (Rio La Cruz, Tamaulipas, Mexico.)
  503. Phillips, 1939, Auk, 56, p. 311.(Hart Prairie, San Francisco Mountain, Arizona.)
  504. Prevost and Des Murs, 1846, Voy. Venus, Atlas, Zool., Ois. (1842), pl. 4. (Guatemala.)
  505. Prévost and Des Murs, 1846, Voy. Venus, Atlas, Zool., Ois., pl. 6. (No locality given = Guatemala.)
  506. Rackett, 1813, in Pulteney, Cat. Birds Shells Plants Dorsetshire, ed. 2, p. 14. (Piddletown, Dorset, England.)
  507. Richard and Bernard, 1792, Actes Soc. Hist. Nat. Paris, 1, p. 118. (Cayenne.)
  508. Richmond, 1898, Auk, 15, p. 330. New name for Tyrannus magnirostris d'Orbigny, preoccupied.
  509. Richmond, 1900, Auk, 17, p. 179. New name for G. cucullata Salvin and Godman, preoccupied.
  510. Ridgway, 1878, Proc. U. S. Natl. Mus., 1, p. 116. (Santa Ana, Costa Rica.)
  511. Ridgway, 1883, in Nutting, Proc. U. S. Natl. Mus., 5 (1882), p. 394. (Hacienda La Palma, Golfo de Nicoya, western Costa Rica.)
  512. Ridgway, 1883, Proc. U. S. Natl. Mus., 5(1882), p. 344. (San José del Cabo, Baja California.)
  513. Ridgway, 1884, Proc. U. S. Natl. Mus., 7, p. 259. (Silver City, New Mexico.)
  514. Ridgway, 1885, Descr. New Species Bds. Cozumel Is., p. 3. (Cozumel Island)
  515. Ridgway, 1885, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 3, p. 21. (Cozumel Island, Yucatan.)
  516. Ridgway, 1885, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 3, p. 22. (Cozumel Island, Yucatan.)
  517. Ridgway, 1885, Proc. U .S. Natl. Mus., 8, p. 576. (Cozumel Island.)
  518. Ridgway, 1885, Proc. U. S. Natl. Mus., 8, p. 23. (Navarro, costa Rica.)
  519. Ridgway, 1887, Man. N. Am. Birds, p. 587. New name for Chrysotis levaillantii Gray, preocupied.
  520. Ridgway, 1915, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 28, p. 106. (Ometepe, Nicaragua.)
  521. Salvadori, 1865, Atti Soc. Ital. Sci. Nat., Mus. Civ. Stor. Nat. Milano, 8, p. 387. (Golfo della California , Lat. 27°50'12'' Long. 110°10'45'' = Raza Island, Gulf of California. Error: Isla Natividad , Violani and Boano 1990, Riv. Piem. St. Nat.,11, 155)
  522. Salvin and Godman, 1889, Ibis, p. 380. (Sierra Nevada de Colima, Mexico.)
  523. Salvin and Godman, 1889, Ibis, p. 381. (Xautipa Sierra Madre del Sur in the State of Guerrero.)
  524. Salvin and Godman, 1891, Ibis, p. 609. (Tonala, State of Chiapas, Mexico.)
  525. Salvin, 1861, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 202. (In Prov. Veræ Pacis regione calida = Choctum, Guatemala.)
  526. Salvin, 1863, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 188, pl. 24, fig. 1. (Volcán de Fuego, Totonicapam and Chilasco, Guatemala = Chilasco, Guatemala.)
  527. Salvin, 1863, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 188. (Realejo, Nicaragua and Punta Arenas, Costa Rica = Punta Arenas, Costa Rica.)
  528. Sandbach, 1837, Athenaeum, no. 517, p. 698. (México = Campeche.)
  529. Say, 1823, in Long Exped. Rocky Mount., 1, p. 139. (Prairies on the Missouri between the Kansas and Plate = Bellefontaine, four miles from mouth of Missouri River, Missouri.)
  530. Say, 1823, in Long Exped. Rocky Mount., 2, p. 4 (note). (Northern part of Douglas Co., Colorado, near junction of Plum Creek with South Platte River.)
  531. Say, 1823, in Long Exped. Rocky Mount., 2, p. 47 (note). (Rocky Mountains), source of the Arkansas = near Canyon City, Colorado.)
  532. Say, 1823, in Long, Exped. Rocky Mount., 1, p. 169 (note). (Engineer Cantonment near Council Bluff = Omaha, Nebraska.)
  533. Say, 1823, in Long, Exped. Rocky Mount., 2, p. 10 (note). (small tributary of the Platte = Plum Creek, near Castle Rock, Douglas County, Colorado.)
  534. Say, 1823, in Long, Exped. Rocky Mount., 2, p. 40 (note). (Arkansas River near the mountains = near Colorado Springs, Colorado.)
  535. Say, 1823, in Long, Exped. Rocky Mount., 2, p. 60. (Ash River, near Rocky Mts. = near La Junta, Colorado.)
  536. Schlegel, 1851, Abh. Geb. Zool. Bergl. Anat., 3, p. 15. (Mexico = Monterrey, Nuevo León.)
  537. Sclater and Salvin, 1860, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 300. (in provincia Veræ Pacis = Cobán, Vera Paz, Guatemala.)
  538. Sclater and Salvini, 1859, Ibis, p. 12. (Guatemala.)
  539. Sclater and Salvini, 1859, Ibis, p. 122, pl. 4, fig. 1. (Central America = Cobán, Vera Paz, Guatemala.)
  540. Sclater and Salvini, 1860, Proc. Zool. soc. London, p. 298. (In reip. Guatemalensis provincia Veræ Pacis, inter montes = Vera Paz, Guatemala.)
  541. Sclater and Salvini, 1860, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 298. (In rep. Guetimalensi in valle ft. Motagua = Motagua Valley, Zacapa, Guatemala.)
  542. Sclater and Salvini, 1860, Proc. Zool. Soc. london, p. 300. (In prov. Veræ Pacis regione calida = Choctum, Vera Paz, Guatemala.)
  543. Sclater and Salvini, 1860, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 300. (In prov. Veræ Pacís regione calida = Vera Paz, Guatemala.)
  544. Sclater and Salvini, 1868, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 322. (Mexico = probably Puebla.)
  545. Sclater and Salvini, 1868, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 323. (Mexico = Bolaños, Jalisco.)
  546. Sclater and Salvini, 1868, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 58. (Guatemala.)
  547. Sclater, 1855, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 75, pl. 86. (in America Centrali: Coban et Honduras = Honduras.)
  548. Sclater, 1855, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 90, pl. 98. (Santa Fé di Bogota [Colombia].)
  549. Sclater, 1857, Proc. Zool. Soc. London (1856), p. 288. (Cordova [= Córdoba] in the State of Vera Cruz, Southern Mexico.)
  550. Sclater, 1857, Proc. Zool. Soc. London (1856), p. 289. (Cordova [= Córdoba] in the State of Vera Cruz, Southern Mexico.)
  551. Sclater, 1857, Proc. Zool. Soc. London (1856), p. 290. (Cordova [= Córdoba] in the State of vera Cruz, Southern Mexico.)
  552. Sclater, 1857, Proc. Zool. Soc. London (1856), p. 295. (Cordova [= Córdoba] in the State or Vera Cruz, Southern Mexico.)
  553. Sclater, 1857, Proc. Zool. Soc. London (1856), p. 296. (Cordova [= Córdoba] in the State of Vera Cruz, Southern Mexico.)
  554. Sclater, 1857, Proc. Zool. Soc. London (1856), p. 299, pl. 121. (Cordova [= Córdoba] in the State of Vera Cruz, Southern Mexico.)
  555. Sclater, 1857, Proc. Zool. Soc. london (1856), p. 299. (Cordova [= Córdoba] in the State of Vera Cruz, Southern Mexico.)
  556. Sclater, 1857, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 203. (in viinitate urbis S[an]. Andres Tuxtla, [Veracruz,] in rep. Mexicana.)
  557. Sclater, 1857, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 66, pl. 24. (In Guatimala et Mexico Meridionali = Guatemala.)
  558. Sclater, 1857, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 7. (No locality given = Mexico.)
  559. Sclater, 1858, Proc. Zool. Soc. London (1857), p. 213. (Orizaba, [Veracruz,] Southern Mexico.)
  560. Sclater, 1858, Proc. Zool. Soc. London (1857), p. 214. (vicinity of Orizaba, [Veracruz,] in Southern Mexico.)
  561. Sclater, 1858, Proc. zool. Soc. London (1857), p. 275. (In rep. Honduras, prope urbem Omoa = Omoa, Honduras.)
  562. Sclater, 1858, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 304. (San Miguel de las Peras, Oaxaca, Southern Mexico.)
  563. Sclater, 1859, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 3, 4, p. 224. (Jalapa, Vera Cruz, Mexico.)
  564. Sclater, 1859, Proc. Zool. Soc. London (1858), p. 447. (In Mexico = headwaters of the Río Lerma, state of México.)
  565. Sclater, 1859, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 131. (In Mexico Meridionali = Oaxaca.)
  566. Sclater, 1859, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 323. (Western Mexico, Oaxaca, Totontepec = Totontepec, Oaxaca.)
  567. Sclater, 1859, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 334. (Pine-forests of the tableland above Jalapa, [Veracruz,] Southern Mexico.)
  568. Sclater, 1859, Proc. Zool. Soc. london, p. 366. (In Stat. Verae Crucis et Oaxaca reipubl. Mexicanae = Jalapa, Veracruz.)
  569. Sclater, 1859, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 371. ([Santa Catarina] Juquila, Oaxaca, South-western Mexico.)
  570. Sclater, 1859, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 371. (State of Oaxaca, South-western Mexico.)
  571. Sclater, 1859, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 378. (Suchapam, Oaxaca.)
  572. Sclater, 1859, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 382. (Teotalcingo, Oaxaca.)
  573. Sclater, 1859, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 390. (In statu Oaxaca reipubl Mexicanæ = Oaxaca.)
  574. Sclater, 1859, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 391. (Playa Vicente and Teotalcingo = Teotalcingo, Oaxaca.)
  575. Sclater, 1859, Proc. zool. Soc. London, p. 42. (In Mexico merid., Guatemala, et America centrali = Orizaba, Veracruz.)
  576. Sclater, 1859, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 43. (In Mexico meridionali et Guatemala = Orizaba, Veracruz.)
  577. Sclater, 1859, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 44. (In Mexico merid. et in Guatemala = Córdoba, Veracruz.)
  578. Sclater, 1859, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 54. pl. 150. (Omoa, Honduras.)
  579. Sclater, 1860, Ibis, p. 30. (Vera Paz, Guatemala = Gualán, Zacapa, Guatemala.)
  580. Sclater, 1861, Proc. Zool. Soc. London (1860), p. 462. (in Mexico = Bolaños, Jalisco.)
  581. Sclater, 1862, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 18, pl. iii. (Oaxaca.)
  582. Sclater, 1863, Proc. Zool. Soc. London (1862), p. 369, pl. 46. (Mexico.)
  583. Sclater, 1864, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 298. (Mexico.)
  584. Sclater, 1958, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, p. 98. (environs of Jalapa, [Veracruz,] Southern Mexico.)
  585. Scopoli, 1769, Annus I, Hist. Nat., p. 21. (Ex Foro Juli = Friuli, northern Italy.)
  586. Sharpe, 1875, Cat. Birds Br. Mus., 2, pp. ix, 112, pl. 9. (Central America, form Veraguas northwards to Mexico = Guatemala.)
  587. Sharpe, 1875, Ibis, 3rd ser., 41, pl.2, fig. 2. (Guatemala)
  588. Sharpe, 1881, Cat. Birds Br. Mus., 6, pp. xii, 262. (Upper Chirostemon Forest, alt. 10,000 ft., Volcan de Fuego, [Sacatepéquez], Guatemala.)
  589. Shaw, 1796, in J. F. Miller, Cimelia Phys., P. 100, pl. 44. (No locality given=Chapada, Mato Grosso, Brazil.)
  590. Sparrman, 1788, Mus. Carlson., fasc. 3, pl. 52. Based on the 'White-crowned Parrot' Latham, Gen. Synop. Birds, 1, (1), p. 281. (Nolocality given = southwestern Mexico.)
  591. Sparrman, 1788, Mus. Carlson., fasc. 3, pl. 68. (Nolocality given = Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.)
  592. Sparrman, 1789, Mus. Carlson., fasc. 4, pl. 93. (No locality given = Surinam.)
  593. Spix, 1824, Avium Spec. Nov. Bras., 1, p. 42, pl. 31, fig. 1. (No locality given = Veracruz, Mexico.)
  594. Spix, 1824, Avium Spec. Nov. Bras., 1, p. 53, pl. 42. (forest of Rio Tonantins, Amazon Valley, Brazil.)
  595. Spix, 1825, Avium Spec. Nov. Bras., 2, p. 10, pl. 12, fig. 1. (Rio de Janeiro and Piauí, Brazil = Rio de Janeiro.)
  596. Spix, 1825, Avium Spec. Nov. Bras., 2, p. 11, pl. 13, fig. 2. ('in sylvis flum. Amazonum.' error = Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.)
  597. Spix, 1825, Avium Spec. Nov. Bras., 2, p. 18. (Amazon Valley = mouth of the Rio Madeira, Brazil.)
  598. Spix, 1825, Avium Spec. Nov. Bras., 2, p. 32, pl. 44, figs. 2 (Pará, Brazil.)
  599. Spix, 1825, Avium Spec. Nov. Bras., 2, p. 36, pl. 49, fig. 1. (No locality given = Fonte Bôa, Rio Salimôes, Brazil.)
  600. Stejneger, 1882, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 4, pp. 371, 372. (Tonila, Jalisco)
  601. Stejneger, 1885, Auk, 2, p. 49. New name for Fringilla bicolor Townsend, preoccupied.
  602. Strickland, 1849, in Jardine, Contrib. Ornithol., p. 122 (in text). (Guetemala = probably Antigua, depto. Sacatepéquez.)
  603. Sundevall, 1850, Kongl. Svensk. Vet.-Akad. Forh., 7, p. 129 (note). (e Sitka in America bor. occid., vel e California = probably nera Loreto, lat. 26°N, Baja California.)
  604. Swainson, 1820, Zool. Illus., ser. 1, 1(3), pl. 14 and text. ('Spanish Main' = Caracas, Venezuela.)
  605. Swainson, 1824, Cat. Exhib. Mod. Mex., app., p. 4. (Mexico = Temascaltepec, state of México.)
  606. Swainson, 1826, Q. J. Sci. Lit. Arts R. Inst., 20, p. 273. (Mexico = Acapulco, Guerrero.)
  607. Swainson, 1826, Q. J. Sci. Lit. Arts R. Inst., 20, p. 273. (Temascáltepec, [state of] México.)
  608. Swainson, 1827, Philos, Mag., new ser., 1, p. 369. (Table land, Mexico.)
  609. Swainson, 1827, Philos, Mag., new ser., 1, p. 439. (Table land, Mexico.)
  610. Swainson, 1827, Philos, Mag., new ser., 1, p. 439. (Temiscaltipec, Mexico = Temascaltepec, state of México.)
  611. Swainson, 1827, Philos, Mag., new ser., 1, p. 441. (No locality given = Mexico.)
  612. Swainson, 1827, Philos, Mag., new ser., 1, p. 442. (Temiscaltipec, Mexico = Temascaltepec, state of México.)
  613. Swainson, 1827, Philos. Mag. (n. s.), 1, p. 434. (Real del Monte, [Hidalgo], México).
  614. Swainson, 1827, Philos. Mag. (n.s.), 1, p. 436. (tableland of Mexico; restricted to Temascaltepec by Van Rossem, Occas. Papers Louisiana State Univ. Mus. Zool., no. 21, 1945, p. 238.)
  615. Swainson, 1827, Philos. Mag. new ser., 1, p. 441. (Tableland of Me'xico=valley of Me'xico, near Me'xico city.)
  616. Swainson, 1827, Philos. Mag., new ser., 1, p. 366. (Real del Monte, [Hidalgo,] Mexico.)
  617. Swainson, 1827, Philos. Mag., new ser., 1, p. 367. (Maritime parts of Mexico = Temascaltepec, state of México.)
  618. Swainson, 1827, Philos. Mag., new ser., 1, p. 367. (Table land of Mexico = Valley of Mexico.)
  619. Swainson, 1827, Philos. Mag., new ser., 1, p. 368. (Mexico = Temascaltepec, state of México.)
  620. Swainson, 1827, Philos. Mag., new ser., 1, p. 368. (woods of Valladolid, Mexico = Morelia, Michoacán.)
  621. Swainson, 1827, Philos. Mag., new ser., 1, p. 369. (Table land, Mexico.)
  622. Swainson, 1827, Philos. Mag., new ser., 1, p. 434. (Temiscaltipec, Mexico = Temascaltepec, state of México.)
  623. Swainson, 1827, Philos. Mag., new ser., 1, p. 436. (Temiscaltipec, Mexico = Temascaltepec, state of México.)
  624. Swainson, 1827, Philos. Mag., new ser., 1, p. 437. (marshes and borders of the lake round Mexico [City] = marshes at headwater of Río Lerma, state of Mexico.)
  625. Swainson, 1827, Philos. Mag., new ser., 1, p. 437. (Temiscaltipec, Mexico = Temascaltepec, state of Mexico.)
  626. Swainson, 1827, Philos. MAg., new ser., 1, p. 438. (Temiscaltipec, Mexico = Temascaltepec, state of México.)
  627. Swainson, 1827, Philos. Mag., new ser., 1, p. 438. (Temsicaltipec, Mexico = Temascaltepec, state of Mexico.)
  628. Swainson, 1827, Philos. Mag., new ser., 1, p. 440. (Table land, Temiscaltepec = Temascaltepec, state of México.)
  629. Swainson, 1827, Philos. Mag., new ser., 1, p. 440. (Temiscaltipec, Mexico = Temascaltepec, state of México.)
  630. Swainson, 1827, Philos. Mag., new ser., 1, p. 441. (Temiscaltipec, Mexico = Temascaltepec, state of México.)
  631. Swainson, 1827, Philos. Mag., new ser., 1, p. 441. (Tempiscaltipec, Me'xico=Temascaltepec, state of Me'xico.)
  632. Swainson, 1827, Philos. Mag., new ser., 1, p. 442. (Temiscaltipec [= Temascaltipec] and Real del Monte, [state of México,] Mexico.)
  633. Swainson, 1827, Philos. Mag., new ser., 1, p. 44o. (Temiscaltipec, Mexico = Temascaltepec, state of México.)
  634. Swainson, 1829, Zool. Illus., ser. 2, 1, no. 3, pl. 11 and text. (Real del Monte [Hidalgo], Mexico.)
  635. Swainson, 1829, Zool. Illus., ser. 2, 1, pl. 3 and text. (Real del Monte, Hidalgo, Mexico.)
  636. Swainson, 1832, in Swainson and Richardson, Fauna Bor.- Am., 2(1831), p. 202. (table land of Mexico.)
  637. Swainson, 1832, in Swainson and Richardson, Fauna Bor.- Am., 2(1831), p. 251. (Carlton-house, Saskatchewan.)
  638. Swainson, 1837, Anim. Menag. (1838), p. 285. (Mexico.)
  639. Swainson, 1837, Anim. Menag. (1838), p. 294. (Mexico = Real de Arriba, state of Mexico.)
  640. Swainson, 1837, Anim. Menag. (1838), p. 314, fig. 63e-g. (Mexico.)
  641. Temminck, 1810, in Knip, Les Pigeons, Les Colombes, p. 60, pl. 25. (Martinique.)
  642. Temminck, 1811, in Knip, Les Pigeons, Les Columbigallines, p. 22. (l'Amérique méridionale = Brazil.)
  643. Temminck, 1820, Man. Ornithol., ed. 2, 2, p. 532. (à l'Amérique méridionale = Venezuela.)
  644. Temminck, 1822, Planches Color., livr. 18, pls. 103-104. (Rio de Janeiro and Bahia, Brazil = Bahia.)
  645. Temminck, 1822, Planches color., livr. 21, pl. 121 ant text. (Brazil.)
  646. Temminck, 1824, Planches Color., livr. 53, p. 313. (Brésil... dans les environs du Rio-Grande, près Boa Vista, western Minas Gerais, Brazil.)
  647. Thunberg, 1822, Mém. Acad. Imp. Sci. St. Pétersbourg, 8, pp. 283, 286. (Brazil = probably Rio de Janeiro.)
  648. Townsend, 1837, J. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 7, p. 192. (Plains of the Rocky Mountains = Sandy Creek, lat 42°N., long 109°30'W., Wyoming.)
  649. Townsend, 1890, Proc. U. S. Natl. Mus., 13, p. 133. (Clarión Island, Revillagigedo Group.)
  650. Trudeau, 1839, J. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 8, p. 160. (Mexico.)
  651. Tschudi, 1844, Arch Naturgesch., 10, p. 295. (Republica Peruana = Peru.)
  652. Tschudi, 1844, Arch. Naturgesch., 10, p. 264. (Republica Peruana = Río Chanchamayo, Junín, Peru.)
  653. Tschudi, 1844, Arch. Naturgesch., 10, p. 282. (Republica Peruana = Peru.)
  654. Tschudi, 1846, Unters. Fauna Peru, lief. 6, Ornithol., p. 162 (footnote). (Sâo Paulo, Brazil.)
  655. Tunstall, 1771, Ornith. Brit. 2 (Pennsylvania=Philadelphia)
  656. Tunstall, 1771, Ornithol. Br., p. 1. (No locality given = Northamptonshire, England.)
  657. Vieillot, 1808, Hist. Nat. Ois. Am. Sept., 1(1807), p. 61, pl. 31. (Centre des Etats-Unis = New York.)
  658. Vieillot, 1808, Hist. Nat. Ois. Am. Sept., 1(1807), p. 62, pl. 32. (Saint-Domingue = Hipaniola.)
  659. Vieillot, 1808, Hist. Nat. Ois. Am. Sept., 1(1807), p. 65, pl. 34. (État de New-Yorck = New York.)
  660. Vieillot, 1808, Hist. Nat. Ois. Am. Sept., 1(1807), p. 67, pl. 38. (Jamaica, Saine-Domingue, etc. = St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.)
  661. Vieillot, 1808, Hist. Nat. Ois. Am. Sept., 1(1807), p. 72, pl. 43. New name for Muscicapa tyrannus Linnaeus, preoccupied.
  662. Vieillot, 1808, Hist. Nat. Ois. Am. Sept., 1(1807), p. 85, pl. 54. (États Unis = eastern United states.)
  663. Vieillot, 1808, Hist. Nat. Ois. Am. Sept., 1(1807), p. 88, pl. 57. (Amérique depuis le Canada jusqu'au Mexique = eastern North America.)
  664. Vieillot, 1808, Hist. Nat. Ois. Am. Sept., 2(1807), p. 15, pl. 68 bis. (la Guiane et les contrées les plus chaudes de l'Amérique septentrionale = French Guiana.)
  665. Vieillot, 1808, Hist. Nat. Ois. Am. Sept., 2(1807), p. 52, pl. 107. (No locality given = New York City.)
  666. Vieillot, 1808, Hist. Nat. Ois. Am. Sept., 2(1807), p. 9, pl. 65. (Kentucky.)
  667. Vieillot, 1816, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 3, p. 313. Based on 'Batara major' Azara, Apunt. Hist. Nat. Pax. Parag., 2, p. 195 (no. 211). (Paraguay.)
  668. Vieillot, 1816, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 4, p. 477. (l'Amérique meridionale = Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.)
  669. Vieillot, 1816, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 4, p. 477. (No locality given = Cayenne.)
  670. Vieillot, 1816, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 4, p. 482. (le Guyane = Guyana.)
  671. Vieillot, 1816, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. e'd., 5, p. 104. Based on 'Pato alas azules' Azara, Apunt. Hist. Nat., Pa'x. Parag., 3, p. 437. (no. 434). (dans I' Ame'rique meridionale sur la riviere de `la Plata et a' Buenos Ayres=Ri'o de la Plata and
  672. Vieillot, 1816, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. 'ed., 5, p. 136. Based on 'Pato roxo y negro' Azara, Apunt. Hist. P'ax. Parag., 3,p. 443 (no. 436). (Paraguay).
  673. Vieillot, 1817, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat. nouv. éd., 11, p. 171. Based on 'Contramaestre Pardo verdoso corona amarilla' Azara, Apunt. Hist. Nat. Páx. Parag., 2, p. 57 (no. 156). (Paraguay.)
  674. Vieillot, 1817, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 10, p. 318. (L'Amérique méridionale = Cayenne.)
  675. Vieillot, 1817, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 10, p. 322. (l'Amérique méridionale = Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.)
  676. Vieillot, 1817, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 10, p. 322. Based on 'Esparvero Faxado' Azara, Apunt. Hist. Nat. Páx. ^Parag., 1, p. 126 (no. 29). (Paraguay.)
  677. Vieillot, 1817, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 11, p. 276. Based on 'Pico de Punzon del celeste pecho de oro' Azara, Apunt. Hist. Nat. Páx. Parag., 1, p. 421 (no. 109). (Paraguay.)
  678. Vieillot, 1817, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 14, p. 105. Based on 'Habia Ceja blanca' Azara, Apunt. Hist. Nat. Páx. Parag., 1, p. 344 (no. 81). (Paraguay.)
  679. Vieillot, 1817, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 14, p. 107. Based on 'Habia Roxiza' Azara, Apunt. Hist. Nat. Páx. Parag., 1, p. 351 (no. 85). (Paraguay.)
  680. Vieillot, 1817, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 14, p. 519. (Paraguay.)
  681. Vieillot, 1817, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. ed., 14, p. 528. (No locality given=Trinidad)
  682. Vieillot, 1817, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 8, p. 303. Based on 'Cuello jaspeado' Azara, Apunt. Hist. Nat. Páx. Parag., 3, p. 197 (no. 364). (Paraguay et dans les plaines de Buenos-Ayres = Paraguayand the campos of Buenos Aires, Argentina.)
  683. Vieillot, 1817, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 8, p. 320. (Cayenne.)
  684. Vieillot, 1818, Nouv. dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. ed. , 23, p. 428. (au Bre'sil, error=Orizaba, Veracruz.)
  685. Vieillot, 1818, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 23, p. 429. (Brazil, error = Guatemala.)
  686. Vieillot, 1818, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 26, p. 119. Based on 'trepadore palido y roxo' Azara, Apunt. Hist. Nat. Pax. Parag. (Paraguay = Concepción del Paraguay.)
  687. Vieillot, 1818, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 27, p. 11. (l'Amérique méridionale = Cayenne.)
  688. Vieillot, 1819, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 28, p. 558. (États Unis = Pennsylvania.)
  689. Vieillot, 1819, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 29, p. 6. (Brésil = Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.)
  690. Vieillot, 1819, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 34, p. 461. (Paraguay.)
  691. Vieillot, 1819, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 34, p. 462. (Paraguay.)
  692. Vieillot, 1819, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 34, p. 465. (Paraguay.)
  693. Vieillot, 1819, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 34, p. 466. (Amérique jusq'au delà du Canada = Halifax, Nova Scotia.)
  694. Vieillot, 1819, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 35, p. 84. Based on 'Suiriri-guazú' Azara, Apunt. Hist. Nat. Páx. Parag., 2, p. 152 (no. 198). (Paraguay.)
  695. Vieillot, 1819, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv., éd., 32, p. 136. Based on 'Chorlito Tarso comprimido' Azara, Apunt. Hist. Nat. Páx. Parag., 3, p. 327 (no. 407). (Paraguay.)
  696. Vieillot, 1822, in Bonnaterre and Vieillot, Tabl. Encycl. Méth., Prnithol., 2, livr. 91, p. 791. Based on 'Habia Amarilla' Azara, Apunt. Hist. Nat. Páx. Parag., 1, p. 358 (no. 87). (Paraguay.)
  697. Vieillot, 1823, in Bonnaterre and Vieillot, Tabl. Encycl. Méth., Ornithol., 3, livr. 93, p. 1273. New name for Falco pennsylvanicus Wilson, preoccupied.
  698. Viellot, 1808, Hist. Nat. Ois. Am. Sept., 1 (1807), p. 42, pl. 14. (Santo Domingo = Haiti.)
  699. Viellot, 1817, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 10, p. 325. (Cayenne.)
  700. Viellot, 1818, Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat., nouv. éd., 25 (1817), p. 422. (sur les bords maritimes de la Picardie, se tient sur l'Ocean, jusqu'au Brésil = Picardy, France.)
  701. Vigors, 1828, Zool. J., 4 (1828), p. 354. (Montere, error = Mazatlán, Sinaloa.)
  702. Vigors, 1829, Zool. J., 4 (1828), p. 357. (San Blas [Mexico], error = North Pacific.)
  703. Vigors, 1829, Zool. J., 4(1828), p. 353, pl. 12. (San Blas, Nayarit, Mexico.)
  704. Vigors, 1829, Zool. J., 4(1828), p. 353. (Montereale = Mazatlán Sinaloa, or San Blas, Nayarit.)
  705. Vigors, 1830, Zool. J., 5, p. 273. (Jamaica.)
  706. Vigors, 1830, Zool. J., 5, p. 275. (Mexico.)
  707. Vigors, 1832, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, Comm. Sci. Corresp., pt. 2, 4. (Mexico = San Blas, Nayarit.)
  708. Vigors, 1839, in Beechey, Zool. Voy. 'Blossom', p. 25, pl. 4. (Monterey, [California.])
  709. Vigors, 1839, in Beechey, Zool. Voy. 'Blossom,' p. 24. (No locality given = either Mazatlán, Sinaloa, or San Blas or Tepic, Nayarit.)
  710. Vigors, 1839, in Zool. Beechey´s Voy., p. 21, pl. V. (Monterey [= Monterey County, California])
  711. Vigors, 1839, in Zool. Beechey´s Voyage 'Blossom, ' p. 19. (no locality)
  712. W. Cooper, 1825, Ann. Lyc. Nat. Hist. N. Y., 1, p. 220. (Sault Ste. Marie, near Lake Superior [Michigan].)
  713. W. Deppe, 1830, Preis.- Verz. Säugeth. Vögel, etc., Mex., p. 1. (Mexico.)
  714. W. Deppe, 1830, Preis.- Verz. Säugeth. Vögel, etc., Mex., p. 2. (Jalapa, Veracruz.)
  715. W. Deppe, 1830, Preis.- Verz. Säugeth. Vögel, etc., Mex., p. 2. (Mexico = Papantla, Veracruz.)
  716. W. M. and S. F. Baird, 1843, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 1, p. 284. (near Carlisle,] Cumberland Co., Pa.)
  717. Wagler, 1829, Isis von Oken, col. 511. (Mexico = central Veracruz.)
  718. Wagler, 1829, Isis von Oken, col. 512. (México = Ismiquilpan, Hidalgo.)
  719. Wagler, 1829, Isis von Oken, col. 514. (México = Tehuacán and Tecuapán, Puebla.)
  720. Wagler, 1829, Isis von Oken, col. 515. (No locality given = Veracruz.)
  721. Wagler, 1829, Isis von Oken, col. 648. (Mexico.)
  722. Wagler, 1829, Isis von Oken, col. 751. (Mexico = Alvarado, Veracruz.)
  723. Wagler, 1829, Isis von Oken, col. 754. (Mexico = Tehuantepec, Oaxaca.)
  724. Wagler, 1829, Isis von Oken, col. 755. (Mexico = Chalcaltianges, Veracruz.)
  725. Wagler, 1829, Isis von Oken, col. 755. (Mexico = Totulapa, Oaxaca.)
  726. Wagler, 1829, Isis von Oken, col. 757. (Mexico.)
  727. Wagler, 1829, Isis von Oken, col. 758. (Mexico = Mexico City.)
  728. Wagler, 1829, Isis von Oken, col. 758. (Mexico.)
  729. Wagler, 1830, Isis von Oken, col. 1110. (Mexico = probably Veracruz.)
  730. Wagler, 1830, Isis von Oken, col. 1112. (Mexico = Tampico, Tamaulipas.)
  731. Wagler, 1830, Isis von Oken, col. 1112. (Mexico.)
  732. Wagler, 1831, Isis von Oken, col. 515. (Advena est, neque educat stagnis Mexicanis Prolem = Mexico.)
  733. Wagler, 1831, Isis von Oken, col. 519. (Mexico = Veracruz.)
  734. Wagler, 1831, Isis von Oken, col. 526. (Mexico.)
  735. Wagler, 1832, Isis von Oken, col. 275. (Mexico.)
  736. Wagler, 1832, Isis von Oken, col. 276. (Mexico = mountains of southwestern Puebla.)
  737. Wagler, 1832, Isis von Oken, col. 281. (Mexico.)
  738. Wagner, 1836, Gelehrte Anz., München, 3, col. 96. (Mexico = outskirts of Mexico City.)
  739. Wilson, 1810, Am. Ornithol., 2, p. 101, pl. 14, fig. 6. (with a few miles of of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.)
  740. Wilson, 1810, Am. Ornithol., 2, p. 125, pl. 16, fig. 4. (Canada to Georgia = Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.)
  741. Wilson, 1810, Am. Ornithol., 2, p. 131, pl. 16, fig. 2. (Pennsylvania = Philadelphia.)
  742. Wilson, 1810, Am. Ornithol., 2, p. 133, pl. 17, fig. 1. (Bush-hill in the neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.)
  743. Wilson, 1810, Am. Ornithol., 2, p. 141, pl. 17, fig. 5. (Pennsylvania = Philadelphia.)
  744. Wilson, 1810, Am. Ornithol., 2, p. 143, pl. 17, fig. 6. (Bartram's woods, near Philadelphia [Pennsylvania].)
  745. Wilson, 1810, Am. Ornithol., 2, p. 58, pl. 12, fig. 4. (Borders of the Schuylkill or Delaware [rivers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania].)
  746. Wilson, 1811, Am. Ornithol., 3, p. 103, pl. 26, fig. 4. (southern States...lower parts...of New Jersey and Delaware = southern New Jersey.)
  747. Wilson, 1811, Am. Ornithol., 3, p. 120, pl. 27, fig. 3. (near Nashville, Tennessee.)
  748. Wilson, 1811, Am. Ornithol., 3, p. 27, pl. 20, fig. 1. (prairies of the Missouri, between the Osage and Mandan nations = about two miles north of Kamiah, Idaho County, Idaho.)
  749. Wilson, 1811, Am. Ornithol., 3, p. 63, pl. 23, fig. 2 (the Little Miami, near its junction with the Ohio...[and] not far from fort Adams on the Mississippi = Fort Adams, Mississippi.)
  750. Wilson, 1811, Am. Ornithol., 3, p. 83, pl. 25, fig. 2. (banks of the Cumberland River in Tennessee.)
  751. Wilson, 1811, Am. Ornithol., 3, p. 85, pl. 25, fig. 3. (Kentucky.)
  752. Wilson, 1811. Am. ornithol. 4:16 (locality not given, prob. near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
  753. Wilson, 1812, Am. Ornithol., 5, p. 71, pl. 41, figs. 1-3. (Pennsylvania = Philadelphia.)
  754. Wilson, 1813, Am. Ornithol., 7, p. 53, pl. 58, fig. 3. (Pocano Mt., Pa., Kentucky, and New York = Pocono Mountains, Pennsylvania.)
  755. Wilson, 1814, Am. Ornithol., 8, p. 103, pl. 70, fig. 5. (United States.)
  756. Woodhouse, 1852, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 6, p. 60. (near San Antonio, Texas.)
  757. Woodhouse, 1852, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 6, p. 60. (Rio San Pedro, 208 miles form San Antonio, on road to El Paso del Norte, Texas = Devils River, near Sonora, Sutton County, Texas.)
  758. Woodhouse, 1853, in Seatgreaves, Rep. Exped. Zuni Colo. Rivers, p. 64. (Inscription Rock, New Mexico.)
  759. Xántus de Vesey, 1858, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 10, p. 117. (Fort Tejon, California.)
  760. Xántus de Vesey, 1860, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 11 (1859), p. 193. (Fort Tejon, California.)
  761. Xántus de Vesey, 1860, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 11(1859), p. 298. (Cape St. Lucas, Lower California.)
  762. Xántus de Vesey, 1860, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 11(1859), p. 299. (Cape St. Lucas, Lower California = 14 miles off the coast os Cape San Lucas, Baja California).
  763. Xantus, 1858, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., p. 117. (Fort Tejon, California)
  764. Zimmer, 1938, Auk, 55, p. 664. (Cuernavaca, altitude 5000 feet, [Guerrero,] Mexico.)
  765. American Ornithologists' Union. 1998. Checklist of North American Birds, 7th ed. American Ornithologists' Union, Washington, D. C.

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