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PHAENICOPHILIDAE - Warbler Tanagers1 (5:9)
PHAENICOPHILUS Strickland, 1851 M - Turdus palmarum Linnaeus, 1766; type by subsequent designation (G.R. Gray, 1855, Cat. of the Genera and Subgenera of Birds, p. 74).   
Phaenicophilus palmarum 2  (Linnaeus, 1766) Black-crowned Warbler Tanager
iHispaniola incl. Isla Saona
Phaenicophilus poliocephalus Gray-crowned Warbler Tanager
poliocephalus (Bonaparte, 1851) vS peninsular Haiti, incl. Grande Cayemite I., SW Dominican Republic
coryi Richmond & Swales, 1924 Ile de la Gonâve (off Hispaniola)
tetraopes Wetmore & Lincoln, 19323 Ile-à-Vache (off Hispaniola)
XENOLIGEA J. Bond, 1967 F - Microligea montana Chapman, 1917; type by original designation   
Xenoligea montana   (Chapman, 1917) White-winged Warbler Tanager
vMountains of Hispaniola
MICROLIGEA Cory, 1884 F - Ligea palustris Cory, 1884; type by original designation   
Microligea palustris Green-tailed Warbler Tanager
palustris (Cory, 1884) vHighlands of Hispaniola
vasta Wetmore & Lincoln, 1931 vSW Dominican Republic
GENERA INCERTAE SEDIS,
NESOSPINGUS P.L. Sclater, 1885 M - Chlorospingus speculiferus Lawrence, 1875; type by monotypy   4
Nesospingus speculiferus   (Lawrence, 1875) Puerto Rican Tanager
vPuerto Rico
SPINDALIS Jardine & Selby, 1837 M - Spindalis bilineatus Jardine & Selby, 1837; type by monotypy = Tanagra nigricephala Jameson, 1835  5,6
Spindalis zena7 Western Spindalis
townsendi Ridgway, 1887 N Bahamas
zena (Linnaeus, 1758) C and S Bahamas [Linnaeus, 1758 #4355]
pretrei (Lesson, 1832)8 Cuba, Isla de la Juventud
salvini Cory, 1886 Grand Cayman (Cayman Is.)
benedicti Ridgway, 1885 Isla de Cozumel, off Yucatan Pen.
Spindalis dominicensis 9,10  (H. Bryant, 1867) Hispaniolan Spindalis
vHispaniola, Ile de la Gonâve
Spindalis portoricensis 11  (H. Bryant, 1866) Puerto Rican Spindalis
vPuerto Rico
Spindalis nigricephala 12  (P. Jameson, 1835) Jamaican Spindalis
iJamaica

1 For recognition see Barker et al. (2013) [Barker, 2013 #14348]. Component species derive from the Parulidae (two) and the Thraupidae (seven).
2 Forms a superspecies with P. poliocephalus; see Sibley & Monroe (1990) [Sibley, 1990 #3636], Sly et al. (2010) [Sly, 2010 #12568] and Hilty (2011) [Hilty, 2011 #13517].
3 For recognition see Schwartz & Klinikowski (1963) [Schwartz, 1963 #15361], Keith et al. (2003) [Keith, 2003 #14531] and Hilty (2011) [Hilty, 2011 #13517].
4 Placed by Barker et al. (2013) [Barker, 2013 #14348] in a new monotypic family Nesospingidae but can be included here.
5 Placed by Barker et al. (2013) [Barker, 2013 #14348] in a new monotypic family Spindalidae but can be included here.
6 Plate 9 refers and is in New Series part 2; evidence that this appeared in early 1837 is given by Zimmer (1926) but see Sherborn (1899) [Sherborn, 1899 #3605].
7 Forms a superspecies with S. dominicensis, S. portoricensis and S. nigricephala; see Garrido et al. (1997) [Garrido, 1997 #1676] and Hilty (2011) [Hilty, 2011 #13517].
8 For correct date see Dickinson et al. (2011) [Dickinson, 2011 #13287].
9 For treatment as a separate species from S. zena, see Garrido et al. (1997) [Garrido, 1997 #1676] and Banks et al. (2000) [Banks, 2000 #10].
10 Erroneously dated 1866 by Storer (1970) [Storer, 1970 #3746] but see Bangs (1930) [Bangs, 1930 #187].
11 For treatment as a separate species from S. zena, see Garrido et al. (1997) [Garrido, 1997 #1676] and Banks et al. (2000) [Banks, 2000 #10].
12 For treatment as a separate species from S. zena, see Garrido et al. (1997) [Garrido, 1997 #1676] and Banks et al. (2000) [Banks, 2000 #10].
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