Owl Species Citation List: Asio

Tyto | Phodilus | Otus | Megascops | Pyrroglaux | Gymnoglaux | Ptilopsis | Mimizuku | Bubo | Scotopelia | Strix | Jubula | Lophostrix | Pulsatrix | Surnia | Glaucidium | Xenoglaux | Micrathene | Athene | Aegolius | Ninox | Uroglaux | Sceloglaux | Pseudoscops | Asio | Nesasio
Asio  
Asio clamator Striped Owl
Originally placed in genera Rhinoptynx and Pseudoscops
 
A. c. forbesi   (Lowery & Dalquest) 1951. Publications of the Museum of Natural History, University of Kansas, 3, no. 4, p 567.  
A. c. midas    
A. c. oberi   (E.H. Kelso) 1936. The Auk, 53, p. 82.
Asio stygius Stygian Owl
Originally described as Nyctalops
Wagler, Johann Georg. 1832. Isis, oder Encyclopaedische Zeitung, von Oken 25 (1817-1848 Jena): Col. 1221. (Refer to Otus trichopsis for more detail)  
A. s. barberoi    
A. s. lambi   (R.T. Moore) 1937. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 50, p. 103.
A. s. noctipetens   (Riley) 1916. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collection, 66, p. 1.  
A. s. robustus   (L. Kelso) 1934. The Auk, 51, p 522.
A. s. siguapa    
Asio otus Long-eared Owl Linnaeus, Carolis. 1758. Systema Naturae (Syst. Nat.) ed. 10: p 92.  
A. o. canariensis   (Madarasz) 1901. Ornithologische Monatsberichte, 9, p. 54.  
A. o. tuftsi   (Godfrey) 1948. Canadian Field Naturalist, 61, p. 196-197.  
A. o. wilsonianus  
Asio abyssinicus Abyssinian Long-eared Owl  
A. a. graueri   (Sassi) 1912. Anzeiger der Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften. Mathematische-Naturwissenschafliche Klasse. Wien., 49, p. 122.  
Asio madagascariensis Madagascar Long-eared Owl Smith, Sir [Dr.] Andrew. 1834. South African Quarterly Journal (S. Afr. Q. J) (2): p 316. Edited at the South African Institution. (Second Series).  
Asio flammeus Short-eared Owl Pontoppidan, Erik. 1763. Den danske atlas eller konge-riget Dannemark, med dets naturlige egenskaber, elementer, indbyggere, vaexter, dyr og andre affodninger, dets gamle tildrageiser of naervaerene omstaendigheder i alle provintzer, staeder, kirker, slotte of herregaarde (Dansk. Atlas) 1: p 617, pl. 25.  
A. f. bogotensis   (Chapman) 1915. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 34, p. 370.  
A. f. domingensis    
A. f. galapagoensis   (Gould) 1837. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, pt. 5, no. 49, p. 10.  
A. f. pallidicaudus   (Friedmann) 1949. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collection, 111, no. 9, p. 2.  
A. f. ponapensis   (Mayr) 1933. American Museum Novitates, no. 609, p. 1.
A. f. portoricensis   (Ridgway) 1882. Proceedings of the U.S. National Museum, 4, p 366.  
A. f. sandwichensis   (Bloxham) 1827. in: Voyage of H.M.S. Blonde to the Sandwich Islands, in ... 1824-1825, by George Anson, Baron Byron, App. 3, p. 250.  
A. f. sanfordi   (Bangs) 1919. Proceedings of the New England Zoological Club, 6, p. 97.
A. f. suinda    
Asio capensis African Marsh Owl Smith, Sir [Dr.] Andrew. 1834. South African Quarterly Journal (S. Afr. Q. J) (2): p 316. Edited at the South African Institution. (Second Series).  
A. c. hova   (Stresemann) 1922. Ornithologische Monatsberichte, 30, p. 64.  
A. c. tingitanus    
Tyto | Phodilus | Otus | Megascops | Pyrroglaux | Gymnoglaux | Ptilopsis | Mimizuku | Bubo | Scotopelia | Strix | Jubula | Lophostrix | Pulsatrix | Surnia | Glaucidium | Xenoglaux | Micrathene | Athene | Aegolius | Ninox | Uroglaux | Sceloglaux | Pseudoscops | Asio | Nesasio