Cerchneis tinnunculus tinnunculus

Cerchneis tinnunculus tinnunculus Linn.

Falco tinnunculus Linn,, Syst. Nat., 10th ed., vol. p. 90. Jan. 1758: Sweden, Europe.

Falco tinnunculus var. griseus Gmelin, Syst. Nat., vol. i, pt. i, p. 279, 1788: South Russia.

Falco tinnunculus var. alaudarius id., ibid.: Europe.

Falco badius Bechstein, Gemeinn. Naturg. Deutschl., vol. iii, p. 748, 1793: Thuringen, Germany; not Falco badius Gmelin, 1788.

Falco brunneus Bechstein in Latham's Uebers. d. Vogel, vol. 5, Anhang, p. 679, 1793: Thuringen, Germany.

Falco albicans Siemssen, Handb. Mecklenb. Land- u. Wasservogel, p. 10, 1794: Rostock, Germany.

Falco fasciatus Retzius, Faun. Suec, p. 70, 1800 : Sweden.

Falco architinnunculus Brehm, Orn., vol. iii, p. 10, 1827: Germany.

Cerchneis murum Brehm, Handb. Vogel Deutschl., p. 70, 1831 : Germany.

Cerchneis media id., ibid., p. 72 : Germany.

Cerchneis taeniura Brehm, Vogelfang, p. 28, 1855: Germany.

Cerchneis intercedens id., ibid., p. 29 : Germany,

Cerchneis ruficeps id., ibid.: North Africa.

Cerchneis ruficauda id., ibid.: no locality.

Cerchneis guttata id., ibid.: Egypt.

Cerchneis perpallida Clark, Proc. U.S. Nat. Mus., vol. xxxii. p. 470, 1907 : Tusan, Korea.

Tinnunculus minutus Millet-Horsin, Revue Prang. d'Orn., vol. ii, p. 69, 1912 : Medenine, Tunis.

Cerchneis tinnunculus var. accedens Brehm, Naumannia, 1855, p. 269, nom. nud.

Tinnunculus alaudarius minor, anceps, longicaudus, pallidus, ambiguus Hartert,Vogel Palaark. Fauna, vol. ii, p. 1083,1913, ex A. E. Brehm, Verz. Samml., vol. i, 1866, nomina nuda, as synonyms.

Cerchneis tinnunculus dorriesi Kirke Swann, Synops. Accipitres, p. 215, 1922: Amur.

The Fauna Of British India, Including Ceylon And Burma-birds. Synonymy(second Edition)
Baker, EC S (1922–1930) The fauna of British India, including Ceylon and Burma. Second edition. vol.7 1930.
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