Owl Species Citation List: Ninox

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
Ninox Hodgson, Brian Houghton (Bryan). 1837. Madras Journal of Literature and Science (Madras J .Lit .Sci.; London, Madras) 5: p 23.  
Ninox rufa Rufous Owl Gould, John. 1846. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London (PZS): Pt.14, no. 156, p 18.  
N. r. aruensis   (Schlegel) 1866. Nederlandsch Tijdschrift voor de Dierkunde, 3, p. 329.
N. r. humeralis   (Bonaparte) 1850. Conspectus Generum Avium, 1, p. 40.
N. r. meesi   (Mason & Schodde) 1980. The Emu, 80, p. 141-144.  
N. r. queenslandica    
Ninox strenua Powerful Owl, Great Hawk Owl Gould, John. 1838. A synopsis of the birds of Australia, and the adjacent islands (Syn. Birds Austr.): Pt. 3, pl. 47, fig. 2.  
Ninox connivens Barking Owl, Winking Owl Latham, John. 1802. Supplementum indicis ornithologici sive systematis ornithologiae (Suppl. ind. orn.): p xii.  
N. c. assimilis    
N. c. peninsularis   (Salvadori) 1876. Annali del Museo Civico di Naturale di Genova, 7 (1875), p. 992.  
N. c. rufostrigata   (G.R. Gray) 1861. Proceedings of the Scientific Meetings of the Zoological Society of London (1860), 3, pt. 28, p. 344, pl. 169.  
Ninox rudolfi Sumba Boobook Owl Meyer, Adolph Bernhard. 1882. Ibis, 4th Series, vol. 6: p 232, pl.6.  
Ninox boobook Boobook Owl, Spotted Hawk Owl
Originally grouped with species novaeseelandiae
Latham, John. 1802. Supplementum indicis ornithologici sive systematis ornithologiae (Suppl. ind. orn.): p xv.  
N. b. cinnamomina   (Hartert) 1906. Novitates Zoologicae, 13, p. 293.  
N. b. fusca    
N. b. halmaturina   (Mathews) 1912. Novitates Zoologicae, 18, p. 254.  
N. b. lurida   (De Vis) 1887. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales, ser. 2, 1, p. 1135.  
N. b. moae   (Mayr) 1943. The Emu, 43, p. 3-17.  
N. b. ocellata   (Bonaparte) 1850. Conspectus Generum Avium, 1, p. 42.
N. b. plesseni   (Stresemann) 1929. Ornithologische Monatsberichte, 37, p. 47.  
N. b. pusilla   (Mayr & Rand) 1935. American Museum Novitates, no. 814, p. 3.
N. b. remigialis  
N. b. rotiensis   (Johnstone & Darnell) 1997. Western Australian Naturalist, 21, p. 161-173.  
Ninox novaeseelandiae Morepork, New Zealand Boobook Owl Gmelin, Johann Friedrich. 1788. Systema Naturae (Syst. Nat.) 1: Pt.1, p 296.  
N. n. albaria   (Ramsay) 1888. Tabular List of all the Australian Birds, p. 36. [extinct].  
N. n. leucopsis   (Gould) 1838. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London (1837), pt. 5, no. 58, p. 99 (in text).  
N. n. undulata   (Latham) 1801. Supplementum indicis ornithologici, p. 17.  
Ninox sumbaensis Little Sumba Hawk-Owl Olsen, Wink, Sauer-Gurth & Trost. 2002. Emu 102: p 223-231.
Ninox scutulata Oriental Hawk Owl, Brown Hawk Owl Raffles, T. Stamford. 1822. Transactions of the Linnean Society of London (Trans. Linn. Soc. London) (1) 13: p 280.  
N. s. borneensis   (Bonaparte) 1850. Conspectus Generum Avium, 1, p. 41.
N. s. burmanica   (Hume) 1876. Stray Feathers, 4, p. 285.  
N. s. florensis   (Wallace) 1864. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London (1863), pt. 3, p. 488.  
N. s. hirsuta    
N. s. japonica   (Temmink & Schlegel) 1844. In Siebold, Fauna Japonica, Aves, 24, p. 29, pl. 9B.
N. s. javanensis   (Stresemann) 1928. Ornithologische Monatsberichte, 36, p. 54.  
N. s. lugubris   (Tickell) 1833. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, 2, p 572.  
N. s. obscura   (Hume) 1872. Stray Feathers, 1, p. 11.  
N. s. palawanensis   (Ripley & Rabor) 1962. Postilla, 73, p. 4-5.
N. s. randi   (Deignan) 1951. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 64, p. 41-42.  
N. s. totogo   (Momiyama) 1931. Amoeba (Tokyo) 3, p. 68.  
Ninox japonica Oriental Hawk Owl
Now considered a subspecies of Ninox scutulata
Temminck, Coenraad Jacob, & Schlegel, Hermann. 1845. Fauna Japonica, sive descriptio Animalium, quae in itinere per Japoniam...suscepto, annis 1823-30 collegit, notis, observaionibus et adumbrationibus illustravit P. F. de Sieboldt. Conjunctis studiis C. J. Temminck et H. Schlegel pro Vertebratis atque W. de Haan pro Invertibratis elaborata (Fauna Jap. Aves [Sieboldt]): p 28, pl. 9B.
Ninox affinis Andaman Hawk Owl Beavan, Robert C. 1867. Ibis, New Series, vol. 3: p 316.  
N. a. isolata  
N. a. rexpimenti   (Abdulali) 1979. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 75, p. 759-760.
Ninox superciliaris Madagascar Hawk Owl, White-browed Hawk Owl Vieillot, Louis Jean Pierre. 1817. Nouveau Dictionnaire d'Histoire Naturelle Appliquee Aux Arts... (Nouv. Dict. Hist. Nat.) 7: p 33  
Ninox philippensis Philippine Hawk Owl
N. p. centralis   (Mayr) 1945. Zoologica, 30, p. 108.  
N. p. proxima   (Mayr) 1945. Zoologica, 30, p. 108.  
N. p. reyi    
N. p. spilocephala   (Tweeddale) 1879. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London (1878), pt. 4, p. 942.  
N. p. spilonota   (Bourns & Worcester) 1894. Occasional Papers of the Minnesota Academy of Natural Science, 1, p. 8.  
N. p. ticaoensis   (duPont) 1972. Nemouria, no. 6, p. 6.
Ninox mindorensis Mindoro Hawk Owl
Also called Ninox plateni, formerly considered a subspecies of Ninox philippensis
Ogilvie-Grant, Robert William. 1896. Ibis, 7th Series, vol. 2: p 463. N. plateni: Hartlaub, Gustav. 1899. Abhandlungen der Naturwissenschaftlicher Verein zu Bremen 16: p 271.  
Ninox ochracea Ochre-bellied Hawk Owl
Formerly Ninox perversa
Schlegel, Hermann. 1866. Nederlandsch Tijdschrift voor de Dierkunde (Nederl. Tijdschr. Dierk.) 3: p 183.  
Ninox ios Cinnabar Hawk Owl Rasmussen, Pamela. 1999. Wilson Bulletin 111: p 457-464. See Lee, R.J., and J. Riley. 2001. Morphology, plumage, and habitat of the newly described Cinnabar Hawk-Owl from North Sulawesi, Indonesia. Wilson Bulletin 113(1): pp 17-22.
Ninox burhani Togian Hawk Owl (INDRAWAN & SOMADIKARTA) 2004, The Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club, 124, pages 160-171
Ninox squamipila Moluccan Hawk Owl, Indonesian Hawk Owl Bonaparte, Charles Lucien Jules Laurent. 1850. Conspectus generum avium (Consp. Gen. Av.) 1: p 41.
N. s. foebesi   (P.L. Sclater) 1883. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, pt. 1, p. 52, pl. 11.  
N. s. hantu   (Wallace) 1863. Proceedings of the Scientific Meetings of the Zoological Society of London, pt. 1, p. 22.  
Ninox hypogramma Moluccan Hawk Owl
Now considered a subspecies of Ninox squamipila
Gray, George Robert. 1861. Proceedings of the Scientific Meetings of the Zoological Society of London (1860) (PZS): Pt. (28) 3, p 344.  
Ninox natalis Christmas Island Hawk Owl
Formerly a subspecies of Ninox squamipila
Lister, JJ. 1889. Proceedings of the Scientific Meetings of the Zoological Society of London for the Year 1888 (PZS): Pt. 4, p 525.  
Ninox theomacha Sooty-backed Hawk Owl, Jungle Hawk Owl, Chesnut Hawk Owl, Brown Owl Bonaparte, Charles Lucien Jules Laurent. 1855. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaire des Seances de l'Academie des Sciences [Paris] (Compt. Rend.) 41: p 654.
N. t. goldii   (Gurney) 1883. Ibis, p. 171.  
N. t. hoedtii   (Schlegel) 1871. Nederlandsche Tijdschrift voor de Dierkunde, 4, p. 3.
N. t. rosseliana   (Tristram) 1889. Ibis, p. 557.  
Ninox meeki Admiralty Islands Hawk Owl, Manus Hawk Owl  
Ninox punctulata Speckled Hawk Owl  
Ninox variegata Bismarck Hawk Owl, New Ireland Hawk Owl
Formerly Ninox solomonis
 
N. v. superior   (Hartert) 1925. Novitates Zoologicae, 32, p. 121.  
Ninox odiosa New Britain Hawk Owl, Russet Hawk Owl Sclater, Philip Lutley. 1877. Proceedings of the Scientific Meetings of the Zoological Society of London for the Year (?) (PZS): Pt. 1, p 108.  
Ninox jacquinoti Solomon Islands Hawk Owl
Also spelled jacquinota
Bonaparte, Charles Lucien Jules Laurent. 1850. Conspectus generum avium (Consp. Gen. Av.) 1: p 42.
N. j. eichhorni   (Hartert) 1927. American Museum Novitates, no. 364, p. 7.
N. j. floridae   (Mayr) 1935. American Museum Novitates, no. 820, p. 2.
N. j. granti   (Sharpe) 1888. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, pt. 2, p. 183.  
N. j. malaitae   (Mayr) 1931. American Museum Novitates, no. 504, p. 14.
N. j. mono   (Mayr) 1935. American Museum Novitates, no. 820, p. 2.
N. j. roseoaxillaris   (Hartert) 1929. American Museum Novitates, no. 364, p. 6.
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