ALL THE WORLD’S BIRDS PART TEN Updates

On this page you can view how changes to the IOC bird list have impacted on the contents of this ATWB eBook since its first annual edition.

2021 edition -> 2022 edition     IOC bird list v 10.2 -> IOC bird list v 11.2

852/7648    Palawan Fairy-bluebird    Irena tweeddalii

(Palawan and nearby islands)

has been split from:

852/7646    Asian Fairy-bluebird    Irena puella

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Family: Regulidae – Goldcrests, Kinglets has been revised and resequenced.

The following species has been ascribed to a new genus:

856/7654    Ruby-crowned Kinglet    Corthylio calendula

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Family: Polioptilidae – Gnatcatchers has been revised and resequenced.

872/775T    White-browed Gnatcatcher    Polioptila bilineata

(Middle America, w coast of nw South America)

has been split from:

872/7759    Tropical Gnatcatcher    Polioptila plumbea

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876/777T    Bahama Nuthatch    Sitta insularis    (n Bahamas)

has been split from:

876/777F    Brown-headed Nuthatch    Sitta pusilla    (se USA)

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The following species has been ascribed to a new genus:

892/7884    Apo Myna    Goodfellowia miranda

…………………………………………………………………….

892/7906    Pied Myna

has been split into three species:

892/7906    Indian Pied Myna    Gracupica contra

(Indian Subcontinent, most of non-peninsular Myanmar, wc, sw Yunnan: sc China)

892/790E    Siamese Pied Myna    Gracupica floweri

(c, nw Cambodia, nw Laos, Thailand and adjacent e Myanmar)

892/790K    Javan Pied Myna    Gracupica jalla

[formerly Java and possibly s Sumatra – probably extinct in the wild]

…………………………………………………………………….

892/793F    Madagascan Starling

has a new English name:

892/793F    Madagascar Starling    Hartlaubius auratus

…………………………………………………………………….

892/795F    Visayan Rhabdornis    Rhabdornis rabori

(wc Philippines)

has been split from:

892/7958    Stripe-breasted Rhabdornis    Rhabdornis inornatus

(ec, s Philippines)

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907/8377    Boulder Chat

has been transferred from Family: Muscicapidae – Chats, Old World Flycatchers to Family: Turdidae – Thrushes:

900/8377    Boulder Chat    Pinarornis plumosus

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Family: Turdidae – Thrushes has been revised and resequenced.

900/8028    Gould’s Nightingale-Thrush

has a new English name:

900/8028    Yellow-throated Nightingale-Thrush    Catharus dryas

…………………………………………………………………….

900/802E    Sclater’s Nightingale-Thrush

has a new English name:

900/802E    Speckled Nightingale-Thrush    Catharus maculatus

…………………………………………………………………….

900/804P    Taiwan Thrush    Turdus niveiceps    (e Taiwan)

has been split from:

900/8058    Island Thrush    Turdus poliocephalus

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907/8123    Madagascan Magpie-Robin

has a new English name:

907/8123    Madagascar Magpie-Robin    Copsychus albospecularis

…………………………………………………………………….

907/812T    Visayan Shama    Copsychus superciliaris

(c Philippines)

has been split from:

907/8129    White-browed Shama    Copsychus luzoniensis

(n Philippines)

…………………………………………………………………….

907/817K    Dayak Blue Flycatcher    Cyornis montanus    (Borneo)

has been split from:

907/8173    Javan Blue Flycatcher    Cyornis banyumas    (Java)

…………………………………………………………………….

907/8187    Russet-backed Jungle Flycatcher

has been split into two species:

907/8187    Flores Jungle Flycatcher    Cyornis oscillans

(Sumbawa, Flores: Lesser Sundas)

907/818P    Sumba Jungle Flycatcher    Cyornis stresemanni

(Sumba: Lesser Sundas)

…………………………………………………………………….

907/8203    Streak-breasted Jungle Flycatcher

has a new English name:

907/8203    Buru Jungle Flycatcher    Eumyias additus

…………………………………………………………………….

907/8190    Rufous-tailed Jungle Flycatcher

has been split into three species:

907/819K    Crocker Jungle Flycatcher    Cyornis ruficrissa

(n, c Borneo)

907/819P    Sulu Jungle Flycatcher    Cyornis ocularis

(c, sw Sulu Islands)

907/8190    Philippine Jungle Flycatcher    Cyornis ruficauda

(c, s Philippines)

…………………………………………………………………….

907/8195    Vivid Niltava

has been split into two species:

907/819T    Chinese Vivid Niltava    Niltava oatesi

907/8195    Taiwan Vivid Niltava    Niltava vivida    (e Taiwan)

…………………………………………………………………….

907/822E    Short-tailed Akalat    Sheppardia poensis

(se Nigeria, w Cameroon, Bioko Island,
ec Democratic Republic of the Congo, locally wc Tanzania)

has been split from:

907/8224    Bocage’s Akalat    Sheppardia bocagei

…………………………………………………………………….

907/824E    Okinawa Robin    Larvivora namiyei

(Okinawa and nearby islands)

has been split from:

907/8245    Ryukyu Robin    Larvivora komadori

(Ryukyu Islands)

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907/8256    Sunda Robin

has been split into two species:

907/825P    Sumatran Blue Robin    Myiomela sumatrana    (w Sumatra)

907/8256    Javan Blue Robin    Myiomela diana    (Java)

…………………………………………………………………….

907/828E    Ryukyu Flycatcher    Ficedula owstoni    (Ryukyu Islands)

has been split from:

907/8282    Narcissus Flycatcher    Ficedula narcissina

…………………………………………………………………….

907/8335    Madagascan Stonechat

has a new English name:

907/8335    Madagascar Stonechat    Saxicola sibilla

…………………………………………………………………….

907/835E    Atlas Wheatear    Oenanthe seebohmi    (nw, winters w Africa)

has been split from:

907/8353    Northern Wheatear    Oenanthe oenanthe

…………………………………………………………………….

907/8356    Heuglin’s Wheatear

has a modified species epithet:  Oenanthe heuglinii

…………………………………………………………………….

907/837E    Maghreb Wheatear    Oenanthe halophila

(n Africa w of Nile river course)

and

907/837K    Basalt Wheatear    Oenanthe warriae

(s Syria, ne Jordan)

have been split from:

907/8373    Mourning Wheatear    Oenanthe lugens

 

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