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White-winged Woodpecker
Dendrocopos leucopterus
Great Spotted Woodpecker
Dendrocopos major
  (Linnaeus, 1758)
Okinawa Woodpecker
Dendrocopos noguchii
IOC 9.2
 

Great Spotted Woodpecker
Dendrocopos major numidus
Constantine -- Djebel El Ouahch, Algeria (WP) - 2019-06-16
© Björn Anderson
 







































Field guides

Plate/page: 69

Ayé, R., Schweizer, M. and Roth, T.
Birds of Central Asia

Plate/page: 61

Treesucon, Uthai
Birds of Thailand

Plate/page: 101

Porter, R. and Aspinall, S.
Birds of the Middle East

Plate/page: 258

Grimmett, R., Inskipp, C. and Inskipp, T.
Birds of the Indian Subcontinent

Plate/page: 245

Svensson, L.
Collins Bird Guide to the Birds of Europe

Plate/page: 128

Brazil, M.
Birds of East Asia

Plate/page: 13

MacKinnon, J. and Phillipps, K.
A FG to the Birds of China

Plate/page: 15

Grimmett, R., Inskipp, C. and Inskipp, T.
Pocket Guide to the Birds of the Indian Subcontinent

Plate/page: 130

Porter, R.F, Christensen, S. and Schiermacker-Hansen, P.
Birds of The Middle East

Plate/page: 210

Eduardo Garcia-Del-Rey
Field Guide to the Birds of Macaronesia: Azores, Madeira, Canary Islands, Cape Verde


References

  • Dendrocopos major: Clements, J. F., T. S. Schulenberg, M. J. Iliff, D. Roberson, T. A. Fredericks, B. L. Sullivan, and C. L. Wood. 2019. The eBird/Clements checklist of birds of the world: v2019.
  • Dendrocopos major: Gill, F and D Donsker (Eds). 2019. IOC World Bird List (v 9.2). http://www.worldbirdnames.org/
  • Svensson, L.: Collins Bird Guide to the Birds of Europe; Princeton University Press, 2009; ISBN:0-007-26814-9
  • Grimmett, R., Inskipp, C. and Inskipp, T.: Pocket Guide to the Birds of the Indian Subcontinent; Oxford University Press, 1999; ISBN:0-1956-5155-3
  • Grimmett, R., Inskipp, C. and Inskipp, T.: Birds of the Indian Subcontinent; Christopher Helm, 2011; ISBN:1-408-12763-6
  • Brazil, M.: Birds of East Asia; Helm Field Guides, 2009; ISBN:0-713-67040-1
  • Porter, R.F, Christensen, S. and Schiermacker-Hansen, P.: Birds of The Middle East; Princeton University Press, 1996; ISBN:0-691-12104-4
  • Ayé, R., Schweizer, M. and Roth, T.: Birds of Central Asia; Helm Field Guides, October 2012; ISBN:0-713-67038-X
  • Treesucon, Uthai: Birds of Thailand; Lynx, July 2018; ISBN:978-84-16728-09-1
  • Porter, R. and Aspinall, S.: Birds of the Middle East; Helm Field Guides, July 2012; ISBN:0-713-67602-7
  • MacKinnon, J. and Phillipps, K.: A FG to the Birds of China; Oxford University Press, 2000; ISBN:0-198-54940-7
  • Eduardo Garcia-Del-Rey: Field Guide to the Birds of Macaronesia: Azores, Madeira, Canary Islands, Cape Verde; Lynx Edicions, 1 May 2011; ISBN:8-496-55371-X
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    Scientific Classification
    Kingdom Animals
    Animalia
    Phylum Chordates
    Chordata
    Class Birds
    Aves
    Order Woodpeckers, Toucans, Honeyguides
    Piciformes
    Family Woodpeckers
    Picidae
    Genus Dendrocopos
    Species Great Spotted Woodpecker
    major
    (Linnaeus, 1758)

      major (Linnaeus, 1758)
    Scandinavia and ne Poland to w Siberia
      brevirostris (Reichenbach, 1854)
    w Siberia to e Siberia, ne China, n Mongolia
      kamtschaticus (Dybowski, 1883)
    Kamchatka Pen. (e Siberia)
      anglicus Hartert, 1900
    Great Britain
      pinetorum (Brehm, CL, 1831)
    c Europe
      parroti Hartert, 1911
    Corsica
      harterti Arrigoni degli Oddi, 1902
    Sardinia
      italiae (Stresemann, 1919)
    Italy, Sicily and w Slovenia
      hispanus (Schluter, 1908)
    Iberian Pen.
      canariensis (Koenig, AF, 1889)
    Tenerife (Canary Is.)
      thanneri le Roi, 1911
    Gran Canaria I. (Canary Is.)
      mauritanus (Brehm, CL, 1855)
    Morocco
      numidus (Malherbe, 1843)
    n Algeria and Tunisia
      candidus (Stresemann, 1919)
    Romania and s Ukraine to Greece
      paphlagoniae (Kummerlöwe & Niethammer, 1935)
    n Turkey
      tenuirostris Buturlin, 1906
    Caucasus and Transcaucasia (sw Asia)
      poelzami (Bogdanov, 1879)
    se Azerbaijan, n Iran and sw Turkmenistan
      japonicus (Seebohm, 1883)
    se Siberia, ne China, Korea and n and c Japan
      wulashanicus Cheng, Xian, Zhang, Y & Jiang, 1975
    Inner Mongolia (n China)
      cabanisi (Malherbe, 1854)
    e China
      beicki (Stresemann, 1927)
    c China
      mandarinus (Malherbe, 1857)
    s China and e Myanmar to n Laos and n Vietnam
      stresemanni (Rensch, 1923)
    ne India, ne Myanmar to se Tibet and sc China (w Sichuan, Yunnan)
      hainanus Hartert & Hesse, 1911
    Hainan I. (off se China)
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    EU widespread
    Conservation Status
     LC  IUCN Red List 2015
    BirdLife Species Factsheet
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