White-tipped Dove

Leptotila verreauxi - Colombe de Verreaux

Systematics
  • Order 
    :

    Columbiformes

  • Family
    :

    Columbidés

  • Genus
    :

    Leptotila

  • Species
    :

    verreauxi

Descriptor

Bonaparte, 1855

Biometrics
  • Size
    : 30 cm
  • Wingspan
    : -
  • Weight
    : 96 à 157 g
Geographic range

Distribution

Description identification

White-tipped Dove (Leptotila verreauxi) is a species of bird in the Columbidae family.

Subspecific information 13 Subspecies

  • Leptotila verreauxi capitalis (Tres Marias Is.. off w Mexico.)
  • Leptotila verreauxi angelica (s Texas. USA. , n and c Mexico)
  • Leptotila verreauxi fulviventris (se Mexico to Belize and ne Guatemala)
  • Leptotila verreauxi bangsi (w Guatemala to w Nicaragua and w Honduras)
  • Leptotila verreauxi nuttingi (Lake Nicaragua)
  • Leptotila verreauxi verreauxi (sw Nicaragua and Costa Rica to n Venezuela, Netherlands Antilles and Trinidad)
  • Leptotila verreauxi tobagensis (Tobago)
  • Leptotila verreauxi hernandezi (sw Colombia)
  • Leptotila verreauxi decolor (w Colombia to w and n Peru)
  • Leptotila verreauxi brasiliensis (the Guianas, n Brazil)
  • Leptotila verreauxi approximans (ne Brazil)
  • Leptotila verreauxi decipiens (e Peru and Bolivia, w, c. e Brazil)
  • Leptotila verreauxi chalcauchenia (s Bolivia to se Brazil, Uruguay and nc Argentina)

Foreign names

  • Colombe de Verreaux,
  • Paloma Montaraz Común,
  • Juriti-pupu,
  • Blauringtaube,
  • pufókgerle,
  • Verreaux Duif,
  • Tortora codamacchiata,
  • Ljuspannad duva,
  • Krattdue,
  • holubec kráčavý,
  • holub samotářský,
  • Hvidpandet Jorddue,
  • juoksukyyhky,
  • colom feréstec de Verreaux,
  • gołębik białosterny,
  • baltpieres ūbele,
  • Малая белолобая лептотила,
  • シロビタイシャコバト,
  • 白额棕翅鸠,
  • 白尾梢棕翅鳩,

Voice song and cries

Colombe de Verreaux
adult

Habitat

Forest : Subtropical/Tropical Dry, Subtropical/Tropical Moist Lowland ; Shrubland : Temperate, Subtropical/Tropical Dry ; Artificial/Terrestrial : Arable Land, Pastureland, Subtropical/Tropical Heavily Degraded Former Forest

Geographic range

Other sources of interest

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