Wednesday, 5 November 2014

Order - Passeriformes
Family - Oriolidae (Orioles)
Black-naped Oriole
Oriolus chinensis
黑枕黄鹂
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    Size : 23-28 cm, 65-100 g

    (LC : Least Concern)
    Subspecies and Distribution
  • Oriolus chinensis diffusus (Sharpe, 1877)
    – breeds SE Russia (Amurland), Korea and S throughout E half of China (E from W Sichuan and Yunnan) to Hainan, also SW Myanmar, N Laos and Taiwan; non-breeding mainly India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand and S Indochina.
  • Oriolus chinensis andamanensis (Beavan, 1867)
    – Andaman Is.
  • Oriolus chinensis macrourus (Blyth, 1846)
    – Nicobar Is.
  • Oriolus chinensis maculatus (Vieillot, 1817)
    – extreme S Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore, mainland Sumatra, Bangka, Belitung, Java and Bali.
  • Oriolus chinensis mundus (Richmond, 1903)
    – Simeulue and Nias, off W Sumatra.
  • Oriolus chinensis richmondi (Oberholser, 1912)
    – Siberut and Pagai Is, off W Sumatra.
  • Oriolus chinensis sipora (Chasen & Kloss, 1926)
    – Sipura, off W Sumatra.
  • Oriolus chinensis lamprochryseus (Oberholser, 1917)
    – Karamian and Masalembu Is, in E Java Sea.
  • Oriolus chinensis insularis (Vorderman, 1893)
    – Sapudi, Raas and Kangean Is, in Bali Sea.
  • Oriolus chinensis chinensis (Linnaeus, 1766)
    – N & W Philippines (Luzon, Mindoro, Palawan and surrounding smaller islands).
  • Oriolus chinensis yamamurae (Nagamichi Kuroda, 1927)
    – C & S Philippines (Tablas, Romblon, Sibuyan, Masbate, Panay, Samar, Negros, Cebu, Bohol, Leyte, Basilan, Mindanao and surrounding smaller islands).
  • Oriolus chinensis suluensis (Sharpe, 1877)
    – Sulu Archipelago (S from West Bolod and East Bolod), in SW Philippines.
  • Oriolus chinensis melanisticus (A. B. Meyer & Wiglesworth, 1894)
    – Talaud Is (Karakelong, Salibabu, Kaburuang), S of Philippines.
  • Oriolus chinensis sangirensis (A. B. Meyer & Wiglesworth, 1898)
    – N Sangir Archipelago (Sangir I, Tabukan I), N of Sulawesi.
  • Oriolus chinensis formosus (Cabanis, 1872)
    – S Sangir Archipelago (islands of Siau, Tahulandang, Ruang, Biaro) and Mayu I (E of NE Sulawesi).
  • Oriolus chinensis celebensis (Walden, 1872)
    – Sulawesi and surrounding islands (Talisei, Bangka, Lembeh, Kabaena, Muna, Butung, Tanakeke), including Togian Is.
  • Oriolus chinensis stresemanni (Neumann, 1939)
    – Peleng (in Banggai Archipelago).
  • Oriolus chinensis frontalis (Wallace, 1863)
    – Taliabu (in Sula Archipelago).
  • Oriolus chinensis boneratensis (A. B. Meyer & Wiglesworth, 1896)
    – islands in Flores Sea (Kayuadi, Tanahjampea, Kalao, Bonerate, Kalaotoa, Madu), and Tukangbesi Is (in W Banda Sea).
  • Oriolus chinensis broderipi (Bonaparte, 1850)
    – Lesser Sundas (Lombok, Sumbawa, Komodo, Rinca, Sumba, Flores, Paloe, Besar, Lembata, Pantar, Alor).

Date : 02 November 2014
Location : Falim, Kinta, Perak

Date : 02 November 2014
Location : Falim, Kinta, Perak

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