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OCEANITIDAE - Austral Storm-petrels1 (5:8)
OCEANITES Keyserling & J.H. Blasius, 1840 M - Procellaria wilsonii Bonaparte, 1823; type by subsequent designation (G.R. Gray, 1841, A List of the Genera of Birds, ed. 2, p. 99). = Procellaria oceanica Kuhl, 1820  
Oceanites oceanicus Wilson's Storm-petrel
oceanicus (Kuhl, 1820) vIslands off Cape Horn, Falkland Is., South Georgia I., Bouvetøya, Iles Crozet, Iles Kerguelen, Heard I. >> all main oceans
exasperatus Mathews, 1912 vAntarctica and nearby islands >> all main oceans
Oceanites gracilis White-vented Storm-petrel
gracilis (Elliot, 1859) vCoastal Ecuador to C Chile (only known breeding site is Isla Chungungo off C Chile)
galapagoensis P.R. Lowe, 1921 vGalapagos Is. (breeding sites unknown)
GARRODIA W.A. Forbes, 1881 F - Thalassidroma nereis Gould, 1841; type by original designation and monotypy  
Garrodia nereis   (Gould, 1841) Grey-backed Storm-petrel
iFalkland Is., South Georgia I., Gough I., Prince Edward Is., Iles Crozet, Iles Kerguelen, Macquarie I., Auckland Is., Campbell I., Antipodes Is., Chatham Is. >> neighbouring subantarctic seas
PELAGODROMA Reichenbach, 1853 F - Procellaria marina Latham, 1790; type by original designation  
Pelagodroma marina White-faced Storm-petrel
hypoleuca (Moquin-Tandon, 1842) αvSalvage Is. (Madeira), NE Canary Is. >> N Atlantic Ocean
eadesorum Bourne, 19532 δCape Verde Is. >> N Atlantic Ocean
marina (Latham, 1790) vTristan da Cunha Group, Gough I. >> S Atlantic Ocean
dulciae Mathews, 1912 Islands off SW to SE Australia and Tasmania >> N Indian to SW Pacific Oceans
albiclunis Murphy & Irving, 1951 Kermadec Is. >> Tasman Sea
maoriana Mathews, 1912 vIslands off New Zealand (south to Stewart I.), Chatham Is., Auckland Is. >> tropical E Pacific Ocean
FREGETTA Bonaparte, 1855 F - Thalassidroma leucogaster Gould, 1844; type by original designation  
Fregetta grallaria White-bellied Storm-petrel
grallaria (Vieillot, 1818)3 αvAdmiralty Is. (Bismarck Arch.), Lord Howe I., Kermadec Is. >> tropical W Pacific Ocean
leucogaster (Gould, 1844) Tristan da Cunha Group, Gough I., Ile St. Paul, Ile Amsterdam (?) >> neighbouring seas
segethi (R.A. Philippi, Sr. & Landbeck, 1860) Juan Fernández Arch. (Isla Santa Clara) and Islas de los Desventurados (off Chile) >> neighbouring seas
titan Murphy, 1928 Iles Australes >> neighbouring seas
Fregetta tropica Black-bellied Storm-petrel
tropica (Gould, 1844)4 vCircumpolar from South Shetland Is. and Scotia Arc to Prince Edward Is., Iles Crozet, Iles Kerguelen, Heard I., Auckland Is. and Antipodes Is. >> tropical and subtropical Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans
melanoleuca Salvadori, 1908 vGough I. >> ?
Fregetta maoriana 5  (Mathews, 1932) New Zealand Storm-petrel
vNew Zealand islands, Auckland Is., Chatham Is. >> ?
NESOFREGETTA Mathews, 1912 F - Fregatta moestissima Salvin, 1879; type by original designation = Procellaria fuliginosa J.F. Gmelin, 1789  
Nesofregetta fuliginosa 6  (J.F. Gmelin, 1789) Polynesian Storm-petrel
vSouth-central equatorial Pacific Ocean from Vanuatu east to Iles Marquises and Iles Gambier, and north to Kiritimati (Kiribati)

1 Recognition of this family follows Hackett et al (2008) [Hackett, 2008 #10993].
2 Original spelling eadesi. Here emended based on internal information. Named for Mr. & Mrs. Eades.
3 Includes royana; see Jouanin & Mougin (1979) [Jouanin, 1979 #2162].
4 Includes lineata; see Jouanin & Mougin (1979) [Jouanin, 1979 #2162].
5 For recognition as a valid taxon and placement in Fregetta as the sister to F. tropica see Robertson et al. (2011) [Robertson, 2011 #13265].
6 Includes moestissima; see Jouanin & Mougin (1979) [Jouanin, 1979 #2162].
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