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Eastern, Western or Cape Warbling-Vireo or Brown-capped Vireo [excl. leucophrys]

Vireo [gilvus, swainsoni, victoriae, excl. leucophrys] (= Vireo gilvus) (Vieillot, 1808)

The warbling vireo is a small North American songbird. Source: Wikipedia




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Classification
Order:
  Passeriformes
Family:
  Vireonidae
Genus:
   Vireo
Scientific:
  Vireo gilvus


Original description

Citation:
  (Vieillot, 1808)

Reference:
  Hist.Nat.Ois.Am.Sept. p.65 pl.34

Protonym:
  Muscicapa gilva

Link:
  https://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/47004184


Avibase identifiers

Avibase ID:
  E6697E8CD983AA2E

Avibase ID:
  avibase-E6697E8C

Short link:
  https://avibase.ca/E6697E8C


Taxonomic Serial Number:
  TSN: 179023

Geographic range:

  • Vireo swainsoni [swainsoni or leucopolius]: breeds from southeastern Alaska to northern Montana, and along Pacific coast to northern Baja California Norte; winters in western Mexico
  • Vireo swainsoni sympatricus: resident in south central Mexico (Puebla)
  • Vireo victoriae: Mountains of s Baja California (Sierra de la Laguna)
  • Vireo gilvus: SW Canada to e-central US; winters to ne Costa Rica
  • Vireo leucophrys mirandae: Santa Marta Mts. (ne Colombia) and mts. of nw Venezuela
  • Vireo leucophrys [dissors or disjunctus]: Western and Central Andes of Colombia
  • Vireo leucophrys [chiriquensis or costaricensis]: Subtropical Costa Rica and extreme w Panama
  • Vireo leucophrys josephae: Central Andes of sw Colombia (Nariño) and w Ecuador
  • Vireo leucophrys maranonicus: Western Andes of n Peru
  • Vireo leucophrys laetissimus: Subtropical se Peru and n Bolivia (La Paz and Cochabamba)
  • Vireo leucophrys [eleanorae or dubius]: Sierra Madre Oriental of ne Mexico (s Tamaulipas to Hidalgo)
  • Vireo leucophrys bulli: Mountains of se Mexico (Oaxaca)
  • Vireo leucophrys amauronotus: Mountains of e-central Mexico (Puebla and Veracruz)
  • Vireo leucophrys [strenuus or palmeri]: Subtropical s Mexico (Chiapas) to Guatemala and Honduras
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English:
Eastern, Western or Cape Warbling-Vireo or Brown-capped Vireo [excl. leucophrys]
French:
Viréo mélodieux, V. de Swainson, V. de Basse-Californie ou V. à calotte brune [excl. leucophrys]


Authorities recognizing this taxonomic concept:

Avibase taxonomic concepts (current):
Eastern, Western or Cape Warbling-Vireo or Brown-capped Vireo [excl. leucophrys] ( Vireo [gilvus, swainsoni, victoriae, excl. leucophrys])
Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 08 (Feb 2021):
Eastern, Western or Cape Warbling-Vireo or Brown-capped Vireo [excl. leucophrys] ( Vireo [gilvus, swainsoni, victoriae, excl. leucophrys])
Howard and Moore 2nd edition:
Warbling Vireo ( Vireo gilvus) [version 4]
Howard and Moore 2nd edition (incl. ? suppl):
Warbling Vireo ( Vireo gilvus) [version 4]

Taxonomic status:

Species status: species (alt)

This taxon is a subspecies of Vireo [gilvus, swainsoni, victoriae or leucophrys]

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English: Eastern, Western or Cape Warbling-Vireo or Brown-capped Vireo [excl. leucophrys], Warbling Vireo
Esperanto: Trilovireo
French: Viréo mélodieux, Viréo mélodieux, V. de Swainson, V. de Basse-Californie ou V. à calotte brune [excl. leucophrys]
Scientific: Vireo [gilvus, swainsoni, victoriae, excl. leucophrys], Vireo gilvus

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