Owl Species Citation List: Athene

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
Athene Boie, Friedrich. 1822. Isis (oder Encyclopaedische Zeitung, von Oken 1817-1848 Jena) 10, 11: col. 549.  
Athene noctua Little Owl Scopoli, Giovanni Antonio. 1769. Annus I-(V) Historico-Naturalis (Annus I Hist.-Nat.): p 22.  
A. n. bactriana   (Blyth) 1847. In Hutton, Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, 16, pt. 2, p. 776.  
A. n. glaux  
A. n. impasta   (Bangs & Peters) 1928. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, 68, p. 330.  
A. n. indigena   (C.L. Brehm) 1855. Der Vollstandige Vogelfang, p. 37.  
A. n. ludlowi  
A. n. orientalis   (Severtzov) 1873. Izvestia Imperskogo Obschestva Liubiteley Estestvoznaniya, Antropologii i Etnografikii, Moskva, 8 (Dec. 1872), pt. 2, p. 115.  
A. n. plumipes   (Swinhoe) 1870. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, pt. 2, p. 448.  
A. n. saharae   (Kleinschmidt) 1909. Falco, 5, p. 19.  
A. n. somaliensis   (Reichenow) 1905. Die Vogel Afrikas, 3, p. 822.  
A. n. spilogastra    
A. n. vidalii   (A.E. Brehm) 1857. Allgemeine Deutsche Naturhistorische Zeitung Isis, neue Folge, 3, Heft 11, p. 440.  
A. n. lilith    
Athene brama Spotted Owlet, Spotted Little Owl  
A. b. indica   (Franklin) 1831. Proceedings of the Committee of Science and Correspondence of the Zoological Society of London, pt. 1, no. 10 (Oct.1831), p. 115.  
A. b. mayri   (Deignan) 1941. The Auk, 58, p. 396-398.
A. b. albida   (Koelz) 1950. American Museum Novitates, 1452, p. 2.
A. b. pulchra   (Hume) 1873. Stray Feathers, 1, p. 469.  
A. b. ultra   (Ripley) 1948. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 61, p. 99-107.  
Athene blewitti Forest Spotted Owlet, Blewitt's Owl
Formerly Heteroglaux blewitti
Hume, Allan Octavian. 1873. Stray Feathers (Str. Feath.) 1: p 468.  
Athene cunicularia Burrowing Owl
Formerly Speotyto cunicularia
Molina, Giovanni Ignazio [Juan Ignazio]. 1782. Saggio sulla storia naturale del Chile (Saggio Storia Nat. Chile): p. 263.  
A. c. amaura   (Lawrence) 1878. Proceedings of the U.S. National Museum, 1, p. 234.  
A. c. apurensis   (Gillard) 1940. American Museum novitiates, 1071, p. 1-13.
A. c. arubensis   (Cory) 1915. Field Museum of Natural History, Publication No. 182, Ornithological Series, 1, No. 8, p. 299.  
A. c. boliviana   (Kelso) 1939. Biological Leaflet, 11, p. [1, 2].  
A. c. brachyptera   (Richmond) 1896. Proceedings of the U.S. National Museum, 18, p. 663.  
A. c. carrikeri   (Stone) 1922. The Auk, 39, p. 84.
A. c. floridana   (Ridgway) 1874. American Sportsman, 4, p. 216.  
A. c. guadeloupensis   (Ridgway) 1874. In Baird, Brewer and Ridgway, A History of North American Birds, 3, p. 90, note.
A. c. guantanamensis   (Garrido) 2001. Cotinga, 15, p. 75-78.
A. c. grallaria    
A. c. hypugaea   (Bonaparte) 1825. American Ornithology, 1, p. 72, note, pl. 7, fig. 2.3. [p. 20, pl. 11, fig. 3.].
A. c. intermedia   (Cory) 1915. Field Museum of Natural History Publications, Ornithological Series, 1, p. 300.  
A. c. juninensis   (Berlepsch & Stolzmann) 1902. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, vol. 2, pt. 1, p. 41.  
A. c. minor   (Cory) 1918. Field Museum of Natural History Publications, Zoological Series, 13, pt. 2, no. 1, p. 40.  
A. c. nanodes   (Berlepsch & Stolzmann) 1892. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, pt. 3, p. 388, in text.  
A. c. partridgei   (Olrog) 1976. Neotropica, 22, p. 107-108 [180].  
A. c. pichinchae   (Boetticher) 1929. Senckenbergiana, 11, p. 391.  
A. c. punensis   (Chapman) 1914. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 33, p. 318.
A. c. tolimae   (Stone) 1899. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 51, p. 303.  
A. c. troglodytes   (Wetmore & Swales) 1931. Bulletin of the U.S. National Museum, no. 155, p. 41, 239.  
A. c. rostrata   (C.H. Townsend) 1890. Proceedings of the U.S. National Museum, 13, p. 133.  
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