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Collared or Talaud Kingfisher [incl. vitiensis group]

Todiramphus [chloris or enigma, incl. vitiensis] (= Todiramphus chloris) (Boddaert, P 1783)

The collared kingfisher is a medium-sized kingfisher belonging to the subfamily Halcyoninae, the tree kingfishers. It is also known as the white-collared kingfisher or mangrove kingfisher. It has a wide range extending from the Red Sea across southern Asia to Polynesia. A number of subspecies and subspecies groups have been split from this species including the Pacific kingfisher, the islet kingfisher, the Torresian kingfisher, the Mariana kingfisher, and the Melanesian kingfisher. Source: Wikipedia




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Classification
Order:
  Coraciiformes
Family:
  Alcedinidae
Genus:
   Todiramphus
Scientific:
  Todiramphus chloris


Original description

Citation:
  (Boddaert, P 1783)

Reference:
   Table Planches Enlum. D'Aubenton

Protonym:
  Alcedo Chloris

Link:
  https://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/27822669


Avibase identifiers

Avibase ID:
  C44513B5EFD18653

Avibase ID:
  avibase-C44513B5

Short link:
  https://avibase.ca/C44513B5


Taxonomic Serial Number:
  TSN: 692700

Geographic range:

  • Todiramphus chloris chloris: Sulawesi to nw New Guinea and Lesser Sundas
  • Todiramphus chloris chloropterus: Islands off w Sumatra (except Enggano)
  • Todiramphus chloris azelus: Enggano I. (off sw Sumatra)
  • Todiramphus chloris palmeri: Java, Bali and adjacent islands in Java Sea
  • Todiramphus chloris laubmannianus: S Sumatra, Borneo and adjacent islands
  • Todiramphus chloris collaris: Philippines, Sulu Archipelago and Palawan
  • Todiramphus chloris teraokai: Palau Islands (w Caroline Islands)
  • Todiramphus chloris abyssinicus: W coast of Red Sea to head of Gulf of Aden
  • Todiramphus chloris kalbaensis: S coast of Arabian Peninsula to extreme nw Oman
  • Todiramphus chloris humii: coasts from northeastern India (West Bengal) and Bangladesh east to Myanmar, the Thai-Malay Peninsula (including Tioman Island and the Mergui Archipelago), and northeastern Sumatra
  • Todiramphus chloris vidali: Peninsular India (Ratnagiri District)
  • Todiramphus chloris davisoni: Andaman Islands and Cocos Islands (Indian Ocean)
  • Todiramphus chloris armstrongi: interior of Myanmar and Thailand to Cambodia, southern Laos, and Vietnam
  • Todiramphus chloris occipitalis: Nicobar Islands
  • Todiramphus sordidus sordidus: S New Guinea, Aru Islands and coastal n Australia
  • Todiramphus sordidus colcloughi: Central Queensland coast to ne New South Wales
  • Todiramphus sordidus pilbara: W Australia (Exmouth Gulf to mouth of Turner River)
  • Todiramphus colonus: Islands off se Papua New Guinea and Louisiade Archipelago
  • Todiramphus albicilla albicilla: S Mariana Islands (Saipan, Tinian and Aguiguan)
  • Todiramphus albicilla owstoni: N Mariana Islands (Asuncion, Pagan, Almagan and Agrihan)
  • Todiramphus albicilla orii: Rota I. (s Mariana Islands)
  • Todiramphus tristrami matthiae: Bismarck Archipelago (Mussau and Emirau)
  • Todiramphus tristrami stresemanni: Witu, Umboi and adjacent islands in Dampier Straits
  • Todiramphus tristrami nusae: New Ireland (except sw), New Hanover and Feni Islands
  • Todiramphus tristrami novaehiberniae: New Ireland (Bismarck Archipelago)
  • Todiramphus tristrami bennetti: Nissan I. (e Papua New Guinea)
  • Todiramphus tristrami tristrami: New Britain (Bismarck Archipelago)
  • Todiramphus tristrami alberti: Buka, Bougainville and Solomon Islands (east to Guadalcanal)
  • Todiramphus sacer solomonis: Solomon Islands (Uki Ni Masi, Makira, and Santa Anna)
  • Todiramphus sacer mala: Malaita (e Solomon Islands)
  • Todiramphus sacer sororum: S Solomon Islands (Malaupaina and Malaulalo)
  • Todiramphus sacer pavuvu: Pavuvu I. (Russel Group in central Solomon Islands)
  • Todiramphus sacer amoenus: Solomon Islands (Rennell and Bellona)
  • Todiramphus sacer brachyurus: Reef Islands (Fenualoa and Lomlon)
  • Todiramphus sacer vicina: Duff Group (e Solomon Islands)
  • Todiramphus sacer ornatus: E Solomon Islands (Santa Cruz and Tinakula)
  • Todiramphus sacer utupuae: Utupua I. (Santa Cruz Group in e Solomon Islands)
  • Todiramphus sacer melanodera: Vanikolo I. (Santa Cruz Group in e Solomon Islands)
  • Todiramphus sacer juliae: N and central Vanuatu (Maewo and Aoba islands to Efate)
  • Todiramphus sacer torresianus: Torres Group (Toga, Loh and Hiu)
  • Todiramphus sacer santoensis: Banks Group to Espíritu Santo and Malo (n Vanuatu)
  • Todiramphus sacer erromangae: Erromango I. (s Vanuatu)
  • Todiramphus sacer tannensis: Tanna I. (s Vanuatu)
  • Todiramphus sacer sacer: Tonga
  • Todiramphus sacer pealei: Tutuila I. (American Samoa)
  • Todiramphus sacer manuae: American Samoa (Ofu, Olosega and Tau)
  • Todiramphus sacer marinus: Lau Archipelago (e Fiji)
  • Todiramphus enigma: Talaud Islands (Karakelong and Salebabu)
  • Todiramphus sanctus vitiensis: Fiji (Vanua Levu, Taveuni, Viti Levu, Ovalau, Koro, and Gau)
  • Todiramphus sanctus eximius: Fiji (Kadavu, Ono and Vanua Kula)
  • Todiramphus sanctus regina: Futuna (Wallis and Futuna, central Polynesia)
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English:
Collared or Talaud Kingfisher [incl. vitiensis group]
French:
Martin-chasseur à collier blanc ou M.-c. des Talaud [incl. vitiensis]


Authorities recognizing this taxonomic concept:

Avibase taxonomic concepts (current):
Collared or Talaud Kingfisher [incl. vitiensis group] ( Todiramphus [chloris or enigma, incl. vitiensis])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 01 (August 2013):
Collared or Talaud Kingfisher (incl. vitiensis group) ( Todiramphus [chloris or enigma, incl. vitiensis])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 02 (May 2014):
Collared or Talaud Kingfisher (incl. vitiensis group) ( Todiramphus [chloris or enigma, incl. vitiensis])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 03 (March 2015):
Collared or Talaud Kingfisher (incl. vitiensis group) ( Todiramphus [chloris or enigma, incl. vitiensis])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 04 (Aug 2016):
Collared or Talaud Kingfisher (incl. vitiensis group) ( Todiramphus [chloris or enigma, incl. vitiensis])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 05 (Jan 2017):
Collared or Talaud Kingfisher (incl. vitiensis group) ( Todiramphus [chloris or enigma, incl. vitiensis])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 06 (Feb 2018):
Collared or Talaud Kingfisher [incl. vitiensis group] ( Todiramphus [chloris or enigma, incl. vitiensis])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 07 (Feb 2020):
Collared or Talaud Kingfisher [incl. vitiensis group] ( Todiramphus [chloris or enigma, incl. vitiensis])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 08 (Feb 2021):
Collared or Talaud Kingfisher [incl. vitiensis group] ( Todiramphus [chloris or enigma, incl. vitiensis])
Clements 1st edition:
White-collared Kingfisher ( Halcyon chloris) [version 2]
Clements 3rd edition:
White-collared Kingfisher ( Halcyon chloris) [version 2]
Morony, Bock and Farrand:
Collared Kingfisher ( Halcyon chloris) [version 2]
Peters' Check-list of the Birds:
Halcyon chloris [version 2]
Peters' Check-list of the Birds (original):
Halcyon chloris [version 2]
Peters' Check-list of the Birds (2nd edition):
Halcyon chloris [version 2]

Taxonomic status:

Species status: species (alt)

This taxon is a subspecies of Todiramphus [chloris, sanctus or enigma]

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Bengali: ধলাঘাড় মাছরাঙা
Catalan: Alció de collar blanc
Czech: ledňáček proměnlivý
Danish: Grøn Isfugl
German: Halsbandliest
English: Collared Kingfisher, Collared or Talaud Kingfisher (incl. vitiensis group), Collared or Talaud Kingfisher [incl. vitiensis group], White-collared Kingfisher
Esperanto: Mangla alciono
Spanish: Alción Acollarado
Estonian: mangroovi-safiirlind
Finnish: turkoosikalastaja
French: Martin-chasseur à collier blanc, Martin-chasseur à collier blanc ou M.-c. des Talaud [incl. vitiensis]
Hungarian: örvös halción
Indonesian: Burung Cekakak Sungai
Italian: Martin pescatore dal collare
Japanese (romaji): nan'yō shōbin
Japanese: ナンヨウショウビン
Japanese (Kanji): 南洋翡翠
Scientific: Alcedo Chloris, Halcyon chloris, Todiramphus [chloris or enigma, incl. vitiensis], Todiramphus chloris, Todiramphus chloris chloris
Lithuanian: Baltakaklis todiramfas
Malay: Burung Pekaka Bakau
Dutch: Witkraagijsvogel
Norwegian: Jadeisfugl
Polish: łowczyk obrożny
Pinyin: bái-lǐng fěicuì
Russian: Белошейная альциона
Slovak: rybárikovec bielokrký
Swedish: halsbandskungsfiskare
Thai: นกกินเปี้ยว
Thai (Transliteration): nók kin-pîaw
Turkish: yeşil yalı çapkını
Ukrainian: Альціон білошиїй
Vietnamese: Chim Sả khoang cổ
Chinese: 白领翡翠
Chinese (Traditional): 白領翡翠
Chinese (Taiwan, Traditional): 白領翡翠
Chinese (Taiwan): 白领翡翠

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