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EURYLAIMIDAE - Typical Broadbills1,2,3 (7:8)
PSEUDOCALYPTOMENA Rothschild, 1909 F - Pseudocalyptomena graueri Rothschild, 1909; type by monotypy  
Pseudocalyptomena graueri   Rothschild, 1909 Grauer's Broadbill
iE DR Congo, SW Uganda
PSARISOMUS Swainson, 1837 M - Eurylaimus dalhousiae Jameson, 1835; type by monotypy  
Psarisomus dalhousiae Long-tailed Broadbill
dalhousiae (P. Jameson, 1835) SW China, Himalayan foothills (east from Uttarakhand), NE India, W and N continental SE Asia
divinus Deignan, 1947 vMountains of SC Vietnam (Da Lat Plateau)
cyanicauda Riley, 1935 Mountains of SE continental SE Asia
psittacinus (S. Müller, 1836)4 αvMountains of S Thai-Malay Pen. and Sumatra
borneensis E. Hartert, 1904 αvMountains of Borneo
CORYDON Lesson, 1828 M - Eurylaimus corydon Temminck, 1824; type by monotypy and tautonymy = Coracias sumatranus Raffles, 1822  
Corydon sumatranus Dusky Broadbill
laoensis Meyer de Schauensee, 19295 vC and S continental SE Asia, Thai-Malay Pen.
sumatranus (Raffles, 1822)6 vSumatra
brunnescens E. Hartert, 19167 N Natuna Is. (Indonesia), Borneo
CYMBIRHYNCHUS Vigors & Horsfield, 1830 M - Todus nasutus Latham, 1790; type by monotypy = Todus macrorhynchos J.F. Gmelin, 1788  8
Cymbirhynchus macrorhynchos Black-and-red Broadbill
affinis Blyth, 1846 vW and SW Myanmar
siamensis Meyer de Schauensee & Ripley, 1940 vS continental SE Asia, N Thai-Malay Pen.
malaccensis Salvadori, 18749 vC and S Thai-Malay Pen.
macrorhynchos (J.F. Gmelin, 1788)10 Sumatra, Bangka I., Belitung I., Borneo
SERILOPHUS Swainson, 1837 M - Eurylaimus lunatus Gould, 1834; type by monotypy  
Serilophus lunatus Silver-breasted Broadbill
rubropygius (Hodgson, 1839) vHimalayan foothills (east from Nepal), NE India, NE Bangladesh, Myanmar (north and west of R. Irrawaddy)
elisabethae La Touche, 192111 SW Yunnan, N continental SE Asia (R. Irrawaddy to N and C Vietnam)
polionotus Rothschild, 1903 vHainan
lunatus (Gould, 1834)12 vSC and S Myanmar, NW Thailand
impavidus Deignan, 1948 vS Laos (Bolovens Plateau)
stolidus Robinson & Kloss, 1919 vUplands of N Thai-Malay Pen.
rothschildi E. Hartert & A.L. Butler, 1898 Mountains of S Thai-Malay Pen.
intensus Robinson & Kloss, 191613 vMountains of Sumatra
EURYLAIMUS Horsfield, 1821 M - Eurylaimus javanicus Horsfield, 1821; type by monotypy  
Eurylaimus javanicus Banded Broadbill
pallidus Chasen, 1935 vC and S continental SE Asia, Thai-Malay Pen.
harterti van Oort, 190914 Sumatra, Bangka I., Belitung I.
javanicus Horsfield, 1821 vJava
brookei Robinson & Kloss, 1919 N Natuna Is (Indonesia), Borneo
Eurylaimus ochromalus 15  Raffles, 1822 Black-and-yellow Broadbill
vSW continental SE Asia, Thai-Malay Pen., Sumatra, Banyak Is., Batu Is., N Natuna Is. (Indonesia), Borneo
SARCOPHANOPS Gould, 1877 M - Eurylaimus steerii Sharpe, 1876; type by monotypy  16,17
Sarcophanops steerii Wattled Broadbill
1 samarensis Steere, 189018 vSamar, Leyte (Philippines)
2 steerii (Sharpe, 1876)19 Dinagat, Siargao, Mindanao, Basilan (Philippines)

1 For alternative treatment of the asities (genus Philepitta) and the subfamily Sapayoinae in a broad Eurylaimidae see Moyle et al. (2006) [Moyle, 2006 #9980].
2 Sequence of genera follows Moyle et al. (2006) [Moyle, 2006 #9980].
3 Recognition of subspecies in Asian species follows Dekker & Dickinson (2000) [Dekker, 2000 #1255] except where indicated; see also Dekker et al. (2000) [Dekker, 2000 #1256].
4 For date of publication see Richmond (1926) [Richmond, 1926 #3268].
5 Includes morator and ardescens; see Deignan (1963) [Deignan, 1963 #1245]. Also includes khmerensis; see Lambert & Woodcock (1996) [Lambert, 1996 #2311].
6 Includes pallescens; see Deignan (1963) [Deignan, 1963 #1245] for implicit submergence.
7 Includes orientalis; see Lambert & Woodcock (1996) [Lambert, 1996 #2311].
8 For reasons to cite Vigors alone see Bruce (2003) [Bruce, 2003 #552]; but see Art. 50 in I.C.Z.N. (1999) [I.C.Z.N., 1999 #2059].
9 Includes siamensis; see Deignan (1963) [Deignan, 1963 #1245].
10 Includes lemniscatus and tenebrosus; see Mees (1986) [Mees, 1986 #2631] and Dekker et al. (2000) [Dekker, 2000 #1256].
11 Includes atrestus; see Dekker & Dickinson (2000) [Dekker, 2000 #1255].
12 Includes intrepidus; see Peters (1951) [Peters, 1951 #3015].
13 Includes moderatus; see Deignan (1948) [Deignan, 1948 #1200].
14 Includes billitonis; see Mees (1986) [Mees, 1986 #2631].
15 For monotypic treatment see Mees (1986) [Mees, 1986 #2631] and Dekker et al. (2000) [Dekker, 2000 #1256]; thus includes mecistus and kalamantan.
16 For reasons to use this generic name see Lambert & Woodcock (1996) [Lambert, 1996 #2311], Dekker et al. (2000) [Dekker, 2000 #1256] and Irestedt et al. (2006) [Irestedt, 2006 #9540].
17 Raphael (1970) [Raphael, 1970 #3206] dated the volume containing Sharpe's name from November, 1877. Gould, however, included this name in part 30 of his Birds of Asia in October, 1877.
18 Widely treated as a separate allospecies, e.g. by Lambert & Woodcock (1996) [Lambert, 1996 #2311]; not screened by Moyle et al. (2006) [Moyle, 2006 #9980] or by Irestedt et al. (2006) [Irestedt, 2006 #9540]. Here treated as a second subspecies group.
19 Includes mayri Salomonsen, 1953 [Salomonsen, 1953 #3451]; see Dekker et al. (2000) [Dekker, 2000 #1256].
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