Saturday, 28 October 2017

Order - Piciformes
Family - Picidae (Woodpeckers)
Grey-capped Woodpecker
Picoides canicapillus
星头啄木鸟
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    Size : 14–16 cm; 20–27 g (mitche­llii), 21–32 g (semicoronatus, scintilliceps)
    
    (LC : Least Concern)
    Subspecies and Distribution
  • Picoides canicapillus doerriesi (Hargitt, 1881)
    – E Siberia (Ussuriland), NE China (Heilongjiang, Jilin) and Korea.
  • Picoides canicapillus scintilliceps (Swinhoe, 1863)
    – E & C China from Liaoning S to Sichuan and Zhejiang.
  • Picoides canicapillus kaleensis (Swinhoe, 1863)
    – W & S Sichuan E to Fujian and Taiwan, and S to N Myanmar and N Indochina.
  • Picoides canicapillus swinhoei (E. J. O. Hartert, 1910)
    – Hainan.
  • Picoides canicapillus mitchellii (Malherbe, 1849)
    – N Pakistan E to Nepal.
  • Picoides canicapillus semicoronatus (Malherbe, 1849)
    – extreme E Nepal E to W Assam.
  • Picoides canicapillus canicapillus (Blyth, 1845)
    – E Assam, Bangladesh, C & S Myanmar, most of Thailand and Laos.
  • Picoides canicapillus delacouri (Meyer de Schauensee, 1938)
    – SE Thailand, Cambodia and S Vietnam (Cochinchina).
  • Picoides canicapillus auritus (Eyton, 1845)
    – S Thailand and Peninsular Malaysia.
  • Picoides canicapillus volzi (Stresemann, 1920)
    – Riau Archipelago and Sumatra, including Nias I.
  • Picoides canicapillus aurantiiventris (Salvadori, 1868)
    – Borneo.

Picoides canicapillus ssp. auritus
Date : 15 October 2017
Location : Pantai Leka, Mukim Parit Jawa, Daerah Muar, Johor

Picoides canicapillus ssp. auritus
Date : 15 October 2017
Location : Pantai Leka, Mukim Parit Jawa, Daerah Muar, Johor

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