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* Column 1 gives sequence # based on the checklist that has been filtered
* Column 2 has a green tick marker if you have ticked the taxa
* Column 3 shows the IUCN codes (click on the code and you will be linked to IUCN species info site)

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* Column 4 has a Show/Hide marker for polytypic species (i.e. a species with multiple subspecies) - click on to show the underlying taxa; click again to hide. If you have expanded a number of polytypic species, you can hide them all by clicking on the species group itself.

* Column 5 (English name), column 6 (Scientific name) and, if you have the language option other than English, column 7 (Domestic name) are self-explanatory. The English and scientific names are from the checklist that has been filtered (in this case Clements 6.7). The domestic names come from various sources and translations.

* Column 8 has markers for species or subspecies with photos ( links to Photo Gallery) and those which lack photos ( links to Photo Upload page).

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Megascops



       
1 Eastern Screech Owl
Megascops asio
NA, MA se, sc Canada to ne Mexico
2       
    Megascops asio maxwelliae
sc Canada, nc USA
3       
    Megascops asio asio
se Canada and ne USA to c and ec USA
4       
    Megascops asio hasbroucki
sc USA
5       
    Megascops asio mccallii
s Texas (sc USA) to ne Mexico
6       
    Megascops asio floridanus
Louisiana to Florida (se USA)
7 Western Screech Owl
Megascops kennicottii
NA, MA w, s Alaska to s Mexico
8       
    Megascops kennicottii kennicottii
se Alaska to nw California (USA)
9       
    Megascops kennicottii macfarlanei
se British Columbia (Canada) to ne California and Wyoming (USA)
10       
    Megascops kennicottii bendirei
sc Oregon (nw USA) to n Baja California (Mexico)
11       
    Megascops kennicottii aikeni
w Texas west to Colorado, Utah, Nevada and e California (w USA)
12       
    Megascops kennicottii cardonensis
ne Baja California (Mexico)
13       
    Megascops kennicottii xantusi
s Baja California (Mexico)
14       
    Megascops kennicottii yumanensis
se California, sw Arizona (sw USA) and nw Sonora (Mexico)
15       
    Megascops kennicottii vinaceus
s Sonora to Sinaloa (n Mexico)
16       
    Megascops kennicottii suttoni
sw Texas (USA) to the Mexican plateau (c Mexico)
17 Balsas Screech Owl
Megascops seductus
MA sw Mexico
18 Pacific Screech Owl
Megascops cooperi
MA s Mexico to nw Costa Rica
19       
    Megascops cooperi lambi
c Oaxaca (sw Mexico)
20       
    Megascops cooperi cooperi
sw Oaxaca to Costa Rica
21 Whiskered Screech Owl
Megascops trichopsis
NA, MA se Arizona to nc Nicaragua
22       
    Megascops trichopsis aspersus
se Arizona (sw USA), n Mexico
23       
    Megascops trichopsis trichopsis
c Mexico
24       
    Megascops trichopsis mesamericanus
se Mexico to nc Nicaragua
25 Tropical Screech Owl
Megascops choliba
MA, SA Costa Rica to ne Argentina
26       
    Megascops choliba luctisonus
Costa Rica to nw Colombia
27       
    Megascops choliba margaritae
Margarita I. (off n Venezuela)
28       
    Megascops choliba duidae
s Venezuela
29       
    Megascops choliba cruciger
e Colombia and e Peru through Venezuela, the Guianas to ne Brazil
30       
    Megascops choliba surutus
Bolivia
31       
    Megascops choliba decussatus
c and e Brazil
32       
    Megascops choliba choliba
s Brazil, e Paraguay
33       
    Megascops choliba wetmorei
w Paraguay, n Argentina
34       
    Megascops choliba uruguaii
se Brazil, Uruguay and ne Argentina
35 West Peruvian Screech Owl
Megascops roboratus
SA sw Ecuador, nw Peru
36       
    Megascops roboratus pacificus
sw Ecuador and nw Peru (south to Lambayeque)
37       
    Megascops roboratus roboratus
s Ecuador and nw Peru (between w and c Andes)
38 Koepcke's Screech Owl
Megascops koepckeae
SA nw, c Peru
39       
    Megascops koepckeae koepckeae
nw Peru
40       
    Megascops koepckeae hockingi
c Peru
41 Bare-shanked Screech Owl
Megascops clarkii
MA, SA Costa Rica to nw Colombia
42 Bearded Screech Owl   VU 
Megascops barbarus
MA s Mexico, n Guatemala
43 Rufescent Screech Owl
Megascops ingens
SA Venezuela, w Colombia to Bolivia
44       
    Megascops ingens venezuelanus
n Colombia, nw Venezuela
45       
    Megascops ingens ingens
n Ecuador to c Bolivia
46       
    Megascops ingens colombianus
w Colombia to n Peru
47 Cinnamon Screech Owl
Megascops petersoni
SA se Ecuador to nw Peru
48 Cloud-forest Screech Owl   NT 
Megascops marshalli
SA c, s Peru
49 Tawny-bellied Screech Owl
Megascops watsonii
SA Amazonia
50       
    Megascops watsonii watsonii
n of the Amazon
51       
    Megascops watsonii usta
s of the Amazon
52 Middle American Screech Owl
Megascops guatemalae
MA nw, ne Mexico to n Nicaragua
53       
    Megascops guatemalae hastatus
Sonora and Chihuahua to Sinaloa, Oaxaca (Mexico)
54       
    Megascops guatemalae cassini
Tamaulipas to n Veracruz (e Mexico)
55       
    Megascops guatemalae fuscus
c Veracruz (e Mexico)
56       
    Megascops guatemalae guatemalae
Yucatán Pen., Cozumel I., se Veracruz and ne Oaxaca (Mexico) to Honduras
57       
    Megascops guatemalae dacrysistactus
n Nicaragua
58 Vermiculated Screech Owl
Megascops vermiculatus
MA e Nicaragua, Costa Rica, w Panama
59 Foothill Screech Owl
Megascops roraimae
SA ne Colombia to n Venezuela and the tepuis of s Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname and adjacent Brazil. Also Eastern slope of ndes from Colombia to Bolivia.
60       
    Megascops roraimae roraimae
The tepuis of s Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname and adjacent Brazil
61       
    Megascops roraimae pallidus
Serranía de Perijá (n Colombia, Venezuela) and coastal mountains of n Venezuela
62       
    Megascops roraimae napensis
Eastern slope of the Andes from Colombia to Bolivia
63 Choco Screech Owl
Megascops centralis
SA Canal Zone (Panama) south to western Ecuador (nearly to northwestern Peru) and east at least to the Cauca and Magdalenleys of Colombia
64 Yungas Screech Owl
Megascops hoyi
SA s Bolivia to nw Argentina
65 Black-capped Screech Owl
Megascops atricapilla
SA e Paraguay and se Brazil
66 Long-tufted Screech Owl
Megascops sanctaecatarinae
SA se Brazil, ne Argentina and Uruguay
67 Puerto Rican Screech Owl
Megascops nudipes
NA Puerto Rico
68       
    Megascops nudipes nudipes
Puerto Rico
69       
    Megascops nudipes newtoni
Virgin Is.
70 White-throated Screech Owl
Megascops albogularis
SA Venezuela to Bolivia
71       
    Megascops albogularis obscurus
Sierra de Perijá (nw Venezuela)
72       
    Megascops albogularis meridensis
w Venezuela
73       
    Megascops albogularis macabrus
w and c Andes of Colombia to n Peru
74       
    Megascops albogularis albogularis
e Andes to n Ecuador
75       
    Megascops albogularis remotus
Peru to c Bolivia
76 Santa Marta Screech Owl
Megascops gilesi
SA nw Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta (nw Colombia)

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