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Otus [bakkamoena, semitorques, lettia or megalotis] (= Otus bakkamoena) Pennant, T 1769




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Classification
Order:
  Strigiformes
Family:
  Strigidae
Genus:
   Otus
Scientific:
  Otus bakkamoena


Original description

Citation:
  Pennant, T 1769

Reference:
   Indian Zool.

Protonym:
  Otus bakkamoena

Link:
  https://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/56772643


Avibase identifiers

Avibase ID:
  86A1B00365D8DD1C

Avibase ID:
  avibase-86A1B003

Short link:
  https://avibase.ca/86A1B003


Taxonomic Serial Number:
  TSN: 555382

Geographic range:

  • Otus bakkamoena bakkamoena: S India and Sri Lanka
  • Otus bakkamoena gangeticus: NW India to lowlands of Nepal
  • Otus bakkamoena marathae: Central India
  • Otus bakkamoena deserticolor: S Pakistan and (?) se Iran
  • Otus bakkamoena plumipes: W Himalayas (n Pakistan to w Nepal)
  • Otus semitorques semitorques: S Kuril Islands and Hokkaido south to Yakushima I.
  • Otus semitorques pryeri: Hachijo I. (s Izu Is.) and s Ryukyu Is. (Okinawa to Iriomote)
  • Otus lettia lettia: eastern Nepal, northeastern India (south to Odisha and northeastern Ghats), Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand, and Indochina
  • Otus lettia erythrocampe: SE China
  • Otus lettia glabripes: Taiwan
  • Otus lettia umbratilis: Hainan I. (s China)
  • Otus lettia ussuriensis: Sakhalin I., Ussuriland and ne China
  • Otus megalotis: Philippines (Luzon, Catanduanes and Marinduque)
  • Otus nigrorum: Philippines (Panay and Negros)
  • Otus everetti: Philippines (Bohol, Samar, Biliran, Leyte, Mindanao and Basilan)
  • Show more...
English:
Indian, Luzon, Japanese, Collared, Negros or Everett's Scops-Owl
French:
Petit-duc indien, P.-d. du Japon, P.-d. à collier ou P.-d. des Philippines


Authorities recognizing this taxonomic concept:

Avibase taxonomic concepts (current):
Indian, Luzon, Japanese, Collared, Negros or Everett's Scops-Owl ( Otus [bakkamoena, semitorques, lettia or megalotis])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 01 (August 2013):
Indian, Luzon, Japanese, Collared, Negros or Everett's Scops-Owl ( Otus [bakkamoena or megalotis])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 02 (May 2014):
Indian, Luzon, Japanese, Collared, Negros or Everett's Scops-Owl ( Otus [bakkamoena or megalotis])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 03 (March 2015):
Indian, Luzon, Japanese, Collared, Negros or Everett's Scops-Owl ( Otus [bakkamoena, semitorques, lettia or megalotis])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 04 (Aug 2016):
Indian, Luzon, Japanese, Collared, Negros or Everett's Scops-Owl ( Otus [bakkamoena, semitorques, lettia or megalotis])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 05 (Jan 2017):
Indian, Luzon, Japanese, Collared, Negros or Everett's Scops-Owl ( Otus [bakkamoena, semitorques, lettia or megalotis])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 06 (Feb 2018):
Indian, Luzon, Japanese, Collared, Negros or Everett's Scops-Owl ( Otus [bakkamoena, semitorques, lettia or megalotis])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 07 (Feb 2020):
Indian, Luzon, Japanese, Collared, Negros or Everett's Scops-Owl ( Otus [bakkamoena, semitorques, lettia or megalotis])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 08 (Feb 2021):
Indian, Luzon, Japanese, Collared, Negros or Everett's Scops-Owl ( Otus [bakkamoena, semitorques, lettia or megalotis])

Taxonomic status:

Species status: species group (sometimes a species)

This taxon is a subspecies of Otus [bakkamoena, semitorques, lettia, megalotis or lempiji]

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Other synonyms

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Bengali: কণ্ঠী নিমপ্যাঁচা
Czech: Výrecek obojkový
Danish: Halsbåndsdværghornugle
German: Halsbandeule
English: Collared Scops-Owl, Indian, Luzon, Japanese, Collared, Negros or Everett's Scops-Owl
Spanish: Autillo Hindú
Estonian: kaeluspäll
Finnish: Sepelpöllönen
French: Petit-duc à collier, Petit-duc à collier ou P.-d. de Luçon, Petit-duc indien, P.-d. du Japon, P.-d. à collier ou P.-d. des Philippines
Hungarian: hindu füleskuvik
Indonesian: Celepuk
Italian: Assiolo indiano
Japanese (romaji): O-konoha-zuku, ookonohazuku
Japanese: ルソンオオコノハズク
Japanese (Kanji): 大木の葉木菟
Korean: 큰소쩍새
Korean (Transliteration): keun-sojjeok-sae
Scientific: Otus [bakkamoena or megalotis], Otus [bakkamoena, semitorques, lettia or megalotis], Otus bakkamoena, Otus bakkamoena bakkamoena
Lithuanian: Apykaklėtoji pelėdikė
Malayalam: ചെവിയന്‍  നത്ത് 
Malay: Burung Hantu Reban
Dutch: Gekraagde Dwergooruil, Indische Dwergooruil
Norwegian: Landsbyugle
Polish: syczek dlugouchy, syczek długouchy
Pinyin: lǐng jiǎo-xiāo
Portuguese: Mocho-de-orelhas-da-Índia
Russian: Ошейниковая совка
Slovak: výrik obojkový
Swedish: Indisk kragdvärguv
Tamil: Pattai Kazhuthu Chinna Aandhai
Thai: นกเค้ากู่, นกฮูก
Thai (Transliteration): nók hûuk
Turkish: kara gözlü ishak kuşu
Ukrainian: Сплюшка індійська
Vietnamese: Cú mèo khoang cổ, Cú mèo khoang cổ lớn
Chinese: 印度领角鸮, 領角鴞
Chinese (Traditional): 領角鴞
Chinese (Taiwan, Traditional): 領角鴞
Chinese (Taiwan): 领角鸮

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