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Recently proposed splits for the family Hawks and Allies

Cape Verde Kite*     Milvus fasciicauda
Hartert  1914
Cape Verde Islands
split from: Milvus milvus
insert after: Milvus milvus
C.J. Hazevoet,
The Birds of the Cape Verde Islands. B.O.U. Check-list 13, 1995
 

Himalayan Long-billed Vulture     Gyps tenuirostris
Gray   1844
n India: lower Himalaya s to Ganges; s Nepal; n&c Bangladesh; Birma where status unclear; Laos; Cambodia
split from: Gyps indicus
insert after: Gyps indicus
Pamela C. Rasmussen & Steven J. Parry,
On the specific distinctness of the Himalayan Long-billed Vulture Gyps (indicus) tenuirostris
Raptor News, October 2000, The electronic circular of the World Working Group on Birds of Prey and Owls (WWGBP)
 

See also Alan C. Kemp, in: Handbook of the Birds of the World. Vol. 2, J. del Hoyo, A. Elliott & J. Sargatal (eds.), Barcelona, 1994

Beaudouin's Snake-Eagle     Circaetus beaudouini
Verreaux & Des Murs   1862
Senegal; Gambia; Guinea-Buissau; Ivory Coast; s Chad; n Central African Republic; Uganda; c Kenya
split from: Circaetus gallicus
insert after: Circaetus gallicus
William S. Clark,
Plumage differences and taxonomic status of three similar Circaetus snake-eagles
Bull. B.O.C. 119, 1 (1999): 56-59
 

Chilean Hawk     Accipiter chilensis
Philippi & Landbeck   1864
Chile; w Argentina, wintering to nw Argentina: Catamarca
split from: Accipiter bicolor
insert after: Accipiter bicolor
R.O. Bierregaard, Jr.,
in: Handbook of the Birds of the World, Vol. 2, J. del Hoyo, A. Elliott & J. Sargatal (eds.), Barcelona, 1994
 

Cape Verde Buzzard*     Buteo bannermani
Swann  1919
Cape Verde Islands
split from: Buteo buteo
insert after: Buteo buteo
C.J. Hazevoet,
The Birds of the Cape Verde Islands. B.O.U. Check-list 13, 1995
 

Indian Spotted Eagle     Aquila hastata
(Lesson)   1834
n,c India; Nepal; Bangladesh
split from: Aquila pomarina
insert after: Aquila pomarina
S. J. Parry, W. S. Clark & V. Prakash,
On the taxonomic status of the Indian Spotted Eagle Aquila hastata
Ibis 144, 4 (2002): 665-675
 
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