Common Ground Dove / Columbina passerina

Common Ground Dove / Columbina passerina

Common Ground Dove

SCI Name:  Columbina passerina
Protonym:  Columba passerina Syst.Nat.ed.10 p.165
Category:  Columbiformes / Columbidae /
Taxonomy Code:  cogdov
Type Locality:  'America inter tropicos''; restricted to the Catesbian reference by Bonaparte, Compt. Rend. Acad. Sci. Paris, 40, 1855, p. 21, hence South Carolina.
Author:  
Publish Year:  1758
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DEFINITIONS

COLUMBINA
(Columbidae; Picui Ground Dove C. picui strepitans) L. columbina  little dove  < dim. columba  dove; "Magnitudine passeris.   SPECIES 1. COLUMBINA STREPITANS.  ...  Corpus Merula fere duplo minus  ...  Habitat in campis Piauhy, mas foemina maior, alis Crotali horridi instar crepitans, ideoque ab incolis Cascavelha, ab Azara Picui nominata.    SPECIES 2. COLUMBINA CAMPESTRIS.  ...  Habitat gregaria in campis Bahiae, "Cabóclas" ab incolis denominata; foemina mare minor.    SPECIES 3. COLUMBINA CABOCOLO.  ...  Corpus praecedente vix maius  ...    SPECIES 4. COLUMBINA GRISEOLA.  ...  Habitat in sylviis fl. Amazonum." (von Spix 1825); "Columbina Spix, Av. Bras., 2, 1825, p. 57, 58.  Type, by subsequent designation, Columbina strepitans Spix. (G. R. Gray, List Gen. Bds., ed. 2, 1841, p. 75)." (Peters, 1937, III, p. 104).
Synon. Chaemepelia, Columbigallina, Columbula, Eupelia, Leptopelia, Oxypelia, Pyrgitoenas, Talpacotia.
• (Columbidae; syn. Columbina † Common Ground Dove C. passerina) "COLUMBINA, Spix (1826).  Chœmepelia, Swains.  Columba, L.  Goura, (Steph.) Bonap.  "Columbi gallina, Vieill." Boie  C. passerina, (Lath.) n., Pl. enl. 243." (G. Gray 1840); "Columbina "Spix" G. Gray, 1840, List Genera Birds, p. 58 (not of von Spix, 1825).  Type, by original designation, C. passerina (Lath.), i.e. Columba passerina Linnaeus, 1758." (JAJ 2021).
• (Columbidae; syn. Claravis  Purple-winged Ground Dove C. geoffroyi) "bb) Tauben von geringer Größe; dritte Handschwinge längste; Armschwingen sehr lang.   7. Gatt. Columbina (Col. Geoffroyi, Col. cinerea etc.)." (Streubel 1842); "Columbina Streubel, 1842, in Ersch and Gruber, Allgem. Encyclopädie der Wissenschaften und Künste, sect. 3, XVII, p. 94 (not of von Spix, 1825, nor of G. Gray, 1840).  For the benefit of The Key, type here fixed by subsequent designation, Columba geoffroyi Temminck, 1811." (JAJ 2021).

columbina
L. columbina  little dove  < dim. columba  dove.

PASSERINA
(Cardinalidae; Indigo Bunting P. cyanea) L. passerinus  sparrow-like (i.e. sparrow-sized)  < passer, passeris  sparrow; "55. PASSERINE, Passerina.  Fringilla, Emberiza, Linn. Gm. Lath.  Bec entier, moins large que la tête, un peu fort, droit, rétréci vers le bout, à bords inférieurs, quelquefois, les supérieurs fléchis en dedans, à ouverture dirigée obliquement et en en bas; mandibule supérieure à palais aplati, épais, lisse. — Ongle postérieur quelquefois plus long que le pouce, un peu crochu, ou droit et subulé.  3 sections.   Esp. Ministre. — Ortolan de riz, — de neige, Buff." (Vieillot 1816); "Passerina Vieillot, 1816, Analyse, p. 30.  Type, by subsequent designation (G. R. Gray, 1840, List Genera Birds, ed. 1, p. 46), "Le Ministre" of Buffon = Tanagra cyanea Linnaeus." (Paynter in Peters, 1970, XIII, pp. 237-238).
Synon. Aurella, Coccoborus, Cyanospiza, Goniaphea, Guiraca, Spiza.
• (Passerellidae; syn. Ammospiza † Saltmarsh Sparrow A. caudacutus) "AMMODRAMUS, Swains.  Oriolus, Gm.  Fringilla, Wils.  Passerina, Vieill.  Spiza, Bonap.   A. caudacutus, (Gm.) SwainsWils. Am. Orn., pl. 34. f. 3." (G. Gray 1840); "Passerina "Vieill." G. Gray, 1840, List Genera Birds, p. 46 (nom. oblit.).  Type, by original designation, A. caudacutus Gm., i.e. Oriolus caudacutus Gmelin, 1788." (JAJ 2021).
• (Emberizidae; syn. Emberiza † Yellowhammer E. citrinella) "EMBERIZA, L.  Fringilla, L.  Passerina, Vieill.  Cynchramus, Boie.   E. citrinella, L., Pl. enl. 30. f. 1." (G. Gray 1840); "Passerina "Vieill." G. Gray, 1840, List Genera Birds, p. 47 (nom. oblit.).  Type, by original designation, Emberiza citrinella Linnaeus, 1758." (JAJ 2021).
• (Passerellidae; syn. Junco † Dark-eyed Junco J. hyemalis) "STRUTHUS, Bonap. nec Boie.  Emberiza, Gm.  Passerina, Vieill.   S. hyemalis, (Gm.) Bonap." (G. Gray 1840); "Passerina "Vieill." G. Gray, 1840, List Genera Birds, p. 46 (nom. oblit.).  Type, by original designation, S. hyemalis (Gm.), i.e. Fringilla hyemalis Linnaeus, 1758." (JAJ 2021).
• (Passerellidae; syn. Passerculus † Savannah Sparrow P. sandwichensis) "PASSERCULUS, Bonap.  Fringilla, Wils.  Zonotrichia, Jard.  Passerina, Vieill.  Cynchramus, Boie.   P. savanus, (Wils.) BonapWils. Am. Orn., pl. 34. f. 4.  P. savannarum, Vieill." (G. Gray 1840); "Passerina "Vieill." G. Gray, 1840, List Genera Birds, p. 46 (nom. oblit.).  Type, by original designation, P. savanus (Wils.) = Emberiza sandwichensis Gmelin, 1789." (JAJ 2021).
• (Calcariidae; syn. Plectrophenax Snow Bunting P. nivalis) "Genre PASSERINE, Passerina.  ...  Ce genre contient deux espèces qui ne sont que de passage en France.   1. PASSERINE DE NEIGE, Passerina nivalis.   ...   2. PASSERINE GRAND-MONTAIN, Emberiza lapponica" (Vieillot 1825); "Passerina Vieillot, 1825, Faune Française, Oiseaux, I, p. 85.  Type, by subsequent designation (G. Gray, 1840, List Genera Birds, p. 47), Emberiza nivalis Linnaeus, 1758." (JAJ 2021).
• (Passerellidae; syn. Spizella † Field Sparrow S. pusilla) "SPIZELLA, Bonap.  Fringilla, Wils.  Emberiza, Jard.  Passerina, Vieill.  Linaria, Boie.   S. pusilla, (Wils.) Bonap. Am. Orn., pl. 16. f. 2." (G. Gray 1840); "Passerina "Vieill." G. Gray, 1840, List Genera Birds, p. 46 (nom. oblit.).  Type, by original designation, Fringilla pusilla A. Wilson, 1810." (JAJ 2021).
• (Passerellidae; syn. Zonotrichia † White-crowned Sparrow Z. leucophrys) "ZONOTRICHIA, Swains.  Emberiza, Wils.  Spiza, Bonap.  Passerina, Vieill.   Z. leucophrys, (Wils.) SwainsWils. Am. Orn., pl. 31. f. 1." (G. Gray 1840); "Passerina "Vieill." G. Gray, 1840, List Genera Birds, p. 46 (nom. oblit.).  Type, by original designation, Z. leucophrys (Wils.), i.e. Emberiza leucophrys Forster, 1772." (JAJ 2021).

passerina
L. passerinus  sparrow-like (e.g. small)  < passer, passeris  sparrow (see passerinum).
● "92. COLUMBA.  ...  passerina.  22. C. rectricibus remigibusque obscurioribus, corpore purpurasecente, rostro pedibusque flavis.  Turtur minimus guttatus. Sloan. jam. 2. p. 305. t. 261. f. 3. Catesb. car. I. p. 26. t. 26.  Turtur minimus, alis maculosis. Raj. av. 184. n. 25.  Turtur barbadensis minimus. Raj. av. 62. n. 5. Will. orn. 135. t. 36.  Columba sylvestris minima brasiliensis. Raj. av. 62. n. 6.  Picuipinima. Marcgr. bras. 204.  Habitat in America inter tropicosAlæ extus tectricibus punctis s. maculis fuscis adspersæ." (Linnaeus 1758) (Columbina).
● ex “Borin” of Aldrovandus 1599-1603, Jonston 1650-1653, Ray 1713, and Willughby 1676, “Curruca minor” of Brisson 1760, “Passerinette” of d’Aubenton 1765-1781, pl. 579, fig. 2, and de Buffon 1770-1786, and “Passerine Warbler” of Latham 1783 (syn. Sylvia cantillans).
● ex “Passerine Fly-catcher” of Latham 1787 (unident.).

SUBSPECIES

Common Ground Dove (passerina)
SCI Name: Columbina passerina passerina
PASSERINA
(Cardinalidae; Indigo Bunting P. cyanea) L. passerinus  sparrow-like (i.e. sparrow-sized)  < passer, passeris  sparrow; "55. PASSERINE, Passerina.  Fringilla, Emberiza, Linn. Gm. Lath.  Bec entier, moins large que la tête, un peu fort, droit, rétréci vers le bout, à bords inférieurs, quelquefois, les supérieurs fléchis en dedans, à ouverture dirigée obliquement et en en bas; mandibule supérieure à palais aplati, épais, lisse. — Ongle postérieur quelquefois plus long que le pouce, un peu crochu, ou droit et subulé.  3 sections.   Esp. Ministre. — Ortolan de riz, — de neige, Buff." (Vieillot 1816); "Passerina Vieillot, 1816, Analyse, p. 30.  Type, by subsequent designation (G. R. Gray, 1840, List Genera Birds, ed. 1, p. 46), "Le Ministre" of Buffon = Tanagra cyanea Linnaeus." (Paynter in Peters, 1970, XIII, pp. 237-238).
Synon. Aurella, Coccoborus, Cyanospiza, Goniaphea, Guiraca, Spiza.
• (Passerellidae; syn. Ammospiza † Saltmarsh Sparrow A. caudacutus) "AMMODRAMUS, Swains.  Oriolus, Gm.  Fringilla, Wils.  Passerina, Vieill.  Spiza, Bonap.   A. caudacutus, (Gm.) SwainsWils. Am. Orn., pl. 34. f. 3." (G. Gray 1840); "Passerina "Vieill." G. Gray, 1840, List Genera Birds, p. 46 (nom. oblit.).  Type, by original designation, A. caudacutus Gm., i.e. Oriolus caudacutus Gmelin, 1788." (JAJ 2021).
• (Emberizidae; syn. Emberiza † Yellowhammer E. citrinella) "EMBERIZA, L.  Fringilla, L.  Passerina, Vieill.  Cynchramus, Boie.   E. citrinella, L., Pl. enl. 30. f. 1." (G. Gray 1840); "Passerina "Vieill." G. Gray, 1840, List Genera Birds, p. 47 (nom. oblit.).  Type, by original designation, Emberiza citrinella Linnaeus, 1758." (JAJ 2021).
• (Passerellidae; syn. Junco † Dark-eyed Junco J. hyemalis) "STRUTHUS, Bonap. nec Boie.  Emberiza, Gm.  Passerina, Vieill.   S. hyemalis, (Gm.) Bonap." (G. Gray 1840); "Passerina "Vieill." G. Gray, 1840, List Genera Birds, p. 46 (nom. oblit.).  Type, by original designation, S. hyemalis (Gm.), i.e. Fringilla hyemalis Linnaeus, 1758." (JAJ 2021).
• (Passerellidae; syn. Passerculus † Savannah Sparrow P. sandwichensis) "PASSERCULUS, Bonap.  Fringilla, Wils.  Zonotrichia, Jard.  Passerina, Vieill.  Cynchramus, Boie.   P. savanus, (Wils.) BonapWils. Am. Orn., pl. 34. f. 4.  P. savannarum, Vieill." (G. Gray 1840); "Passerina "Vieill." G. Gray, 1840, List Genera Birds, p. 46 (nom. oblit.).  Type, by original designation, P. savanus (Wils.) = Emberiza sandwichensis Gmelin, 1789." (JAJ 2021).
• (Calcariidae; syn. Plectrophenax Snow Bunting P. nivalis) "Genre PASSERINE, Passerina.  ...  Ce genre contient deux espèces qui ne sont que de passage en France.   1. PASSERINE DE NEIGE, Passerina nivalis.   ...   2. PASSERINE GRAND-MONTAIN, Emberiza lapponica" (Vieillot 1825); "Passerina Vieillot, 1825, Faune Française, Oiseaux, I, p. 85.  Type, by subsequent designation (G. Gray, 1840, List Genera Birds, p. 47), Emberiza nivalis Linnaeus, 1758." (JAJ 2021).
• (Passerellidae; syn. Spizella † Field Sparrow S. pusilla) "SPIZELLA, Bonap.  Fringilla, Wils.  Emberiza, Jard.  Passerina, Vieill.  Linaria, Boie.   S. pusilla, (Wils.) Bonap. Am. Orn., pl. 16. f. 2." (G. Gray 1840); "Passerina "Vieill." G. Gray, 1840, List Genera Birds, p. 46 (nom. oblit.).  Type, by original designation, Fringilla pusilla A. Wilson, 1810." (JAJ 2021).
• (Passerellidae; syn. Zonotrichia † White-crowned Sparrow Z. leucophrys) "ZONOTRICHIA, Swains.  Emberiza, Wils.  Spiza, Bonap.  Passerina, Vieill.   Z. leucophrys, (Wils.) SwainsWils. Am. Orn., pl. 31. f. 1." (G. Gray 1840); "Passerina "Vieill." G. Gray, 1840, List Genera Birds, p. 46 (nom. oblit.).  Type, by original designation, Z. leucophrys (Wils.), i.e. Emberiza leucophrys Forster, 1772." (JAJ 2021).

Common Ground Dove (pallescens)
SCI Name: Columbina passerina pallescens
pallescens
L. pallescens, pallescentis  pale-coloured, yellowish  < pallescere  to turn pale  <  pallere  to be pale.

Common Ground Dove (socorroensis)
SCI Name: Columbina passerina socorroensis
socoroensis / socorroensis
Socorro I., Baja California, Mexico.

Common Ground Dove (neglecta)
SCI Name: Columbina passerina neglecta
neglecta / neglectum / neglectus
L. neglectus  ignored, overlooked, neglected, disregarded  < neglegere  to neglect.

Common Ground Dove (bahamensis)
SCI Name: Columbina passerina bahamensis
bahamensis
The Bahamas or Bahama Is. (Spanish baja mar  shallow sea).
● "61. ANAS.  ...  bahamensis.  14. A. grisea, rostro plumbeo: macula laterali fulva, macula alarum viridi luteaque.  Anas bahamensis; rostro plumbeo, macula aurantii coloris. Catesb. car. I. p. 63. t. 93.  Habitat in Bahama." (Linnaeus 1758) (Anas).
● ex “Bahama Titmouse” of Catesby 1731 (Coereba).
● Erroneous TL Bahama Is. (= Trinidad) (Momotus).

Common Ground Dove (exigua)
SCI Name: Columbina passerina exigua
exigua / exiguus
L. exiguus  small, short  < exigere  to drive away  < agere  to drive.

Common Ground Dove (insularis)
SCI Name: Columbina passerina insularis
insularis
L. insularis  of an island  < insula, insulae  island.
● Ceylon (= Sri Lanka) (syn. Accipiter badius, subsp. Chloropsis aurifrons, subsp. Dicrurus caerulescens, subsp. Prinia inornata).
● New Caledonia (syn. Accipiter fasciatus vigilax).
● Phu-Quoc I., Cochin China (=Vietnam) (subsp. Aethopyga siparaja).
● Andaman Is., Bay of Bengal (subsp. Amaurornis phoenicurus).
● Bahrain, Arabian Gulf (subsp. Ammomanes deserti)
● Erroneous TL. Madagascar (= Zanzibar) (subsp. Andropadus importunus).
● Santa Cruz I., Channel Is., California, USA (subsp. Aphelocoma californica, subsp. Eremophila alpestris).
● Rennell I., Solomon Is. (Aplonis).
● Jobi I. (= Japen = Yapen), New Guinea (Arses, subsp. Pachycephalopsis hattamensis).
● Sardinia (Bubo).
● Fernando Póo (= Bioko), Gulf of Guinea (syn. Campethera tullbergi, syn. Cinnyris chloropygius).
● Isla Cozumel, Quintana Roo, Mexico (syn. Cathartes aura, subsp. Cyclarhis gujanensis).
● Aldabra, Indian Ocean (subsp. Centropus toulou).
● Sardinia (syn. Coccothraustes coccothraustes).
● Grand Cayman, Caribbean Sea (subsp. Columbina passerina).
● New Britain, Bismarck Archipelago, Papua New Guinea (Corvus).
● Formosa/Taiwan (subsp. Dendrocopos leucotosMyophonus, syn. Garrulus bispecularis).
● Borneo (syn. Dicrurus paradiseus).
● Nicobar Is., Bay of Bengal (syn. Ducula aenea nicobarica).
● Corsica (syn. Emberiza calandra, syn. Saxicola rubicola).
● Socotra (subsp. Emberiza tahapisi, Passer).
● Weda Is., Halmahera, Indonesia (syn. Eos squamata).
● Tres Marías Is., Nayarit, Mexico (Forpus, subsp. Myadestes occidentalis, subsp. Nyctidromus albicollis, subsp. Pachyramphus aglaiae, subsp. Setophaga pitiayumi, syn. Zenaida asiatica).
● Lord Howe I., Tasman Sea (syn. Fregetta grallaria, ‡Gerygone).
● Rottnest I., Western Australia (syn. Gavicalis virescens).
● Meco I., Quintana Roo, Mexico (subsp. Habia fuscicauda).
● Ship I., off Gulfport, Mississippi, USA (syn. Hirundo rustica erythrogaster).
● Tobago (Hylophilus, subsp. Platyrinchus mystaceus, subsp. Psarocolius decumanus).
● Isla Guadalupe, Baja California, Mexico (Junco).
● Isla Margarita, Venezuela (syn. Leptotila verreauxi,  subsp. Quiscalus lugubris).
● New Providence, Bahamas (sym. Leuconotopicus villosus maynardi).
● King I., Bass Strait, Australia (syn. Melithreptus brevirostris).
● Kangean Is., Java Sea, Indonesia (subsp. Oriolus chinensis).
● Fergusson I., D'Entrecasteaux Is., Papua New Guinea (Otidiphaps).
● Mahé I., Seychelles (Otus).
● Kodiak I., Alaska, USA (subsp. Passerella unalaschcensis).
● Honshu, Japan (subsp. Periparus ater).
● Stewart I., New Zealand (syn. Poodytes punctatus).
● Henderson I., Pitcairn Group, Pacific Ocean (Ptilinopus).
● Naochow I., Kwangtung, China (syn. Pycnonotus aurigaster resurrectus).
● Banggai I., North Borneo (syn. Pycnonotus plumosus hachisukae).
● Madagascar (Sarothrura, subsp. Thalassornis leuconotus).
● Forsyth I., Bass Strait, Australia (syn. Sericornis frontalis).
● Grand Bahama I., Bahamas (Sitta).
● Trinidad (syn. Sporophila intermedia).
● Nias I., Sumatra (subsp. Terpsiphone affinis).
● Terangan I., Aru Is., Indonesia (syn. Todiramphus macleayii).
● Isla Socorro, Colima, Mexico (syn. Troglodytes sissonii).
● Erroneous TL. São Vicente, Cape Verde Is. (= St. Vincent, West Indies) (subsp. Tyto glaucops).
● Vancouver I., British Columbia, Canada (syn. Vireo huttoni).
● Stephens I., Cook Strait, New Zealand (‡syn. Xenicus lyalli).
● Curaçao, Dutch Antilles (subsp. Zonotrichia capensis).
● Tanegashima, south of Kyushu, Japan (subsp. Zosterops japonicus).

Common Ground Dove (jamaicensis)
SCI Name: Columbina passerina jamaicensis
jamaicensis
Jamaica (named Xaymaca  land of springs, by the indigenous Taíno).
● ex “Cream-coloured Buzzard” of Latham 1781 (Buteo).
● ex “Chattering Crow” of Sloane 1725, and Latham 1781, “Cornix Jamaicensis” of Brisson 1760, and “Corneille de la Jamaïque” of de Buffon 1770-1783 (Corvus).
● ex “Least Water-Hen” of Edwards 1760 (Laterallus).
● ex “Columba minor ventre candido” of Sloane 1725, and “Pigeon de la Jamaïque” of Brisson 1760 (Leptotila).
● ex “Jamaica Night-Heron” of Latham 1785 (syn. Nyctanassa violacea).
● ex “Guira querea” of Ray 1713, “Wood-Owle” of Sloane 1725, “Mountain Owl” of Browne 1756, and “Jamaica Goatsucker” of Latham 1783 (Nyctibius).
● ex “Jamaica Shoveler” of Latham 1785 (Oxyura).
● TL. Coast of British Guiana; "Chalcophanes Wagl.   80. Ch. jamaicensis Cab. [nec Daudin]  ...  Lebt an der Küste und findet sich auf den Fahr- und Fusswegen, auf Grasplätzen, in der Umgebung der Coloniestadt, besucht auch häufig in kleineren Gesellschaften die Höfe der Wohnungen." (Cabanis 1849) (syn. Quiscalus lugubris).
● "*Holoquiscalus niger crassirostris (Swainson).1   ...   1 Ridgway and Peters have adopted for this form the subspecific name jamaicensis of Daudin (Traité Elém. Compl. Orn., 2, p. 317, 1800), a procedure that appears to me hardly justifiable.  Daudin based his name by no means  exclusively on Brown's "Merops niger, iride sub-argentea" from Jamaica, but this is merely one of the references which he believed to pertain to one and the same bird, for which "plusieurs îles des Antilles, la Jamaïque et le Labrador" are given as habitat. The only specimens actually seen by Daudin, upon which the description of his Sturnus jamaicensis was probably based, are those sent to the Paris Museum by Maugé from Porto Rico and "St. Thomas" [= H. n. brachypterus].  I do not advocate, however, transferring Daudin's name to the Porto Rico form, and would rather consider it an unidentifiable mixtum compositum." (Hellmay 1937) (?syn. Quiscalus niger).
● ex “Jamaica Thrush” of Latham 1783 (Turdus).

Common Ground Dove (navassae)
SCI Name: Columbina passerina navassae
navassae
Navassa I., Hispaniola (= Haïti).

Common Ground Dove (portoricensis)
SCI Name: Columbina passerina portoricensis
portoricensis
Porto Rico / Puerto Rico.

Common Ground Dove (nigrirostris)
SCI Name: Columbina passerina nigrirostris
nigrirostris
L. niger  black; -rostris  -billed  < rostrum  beak.
● ex “Black-jawed Warbler” of Latham 1783 (unident.).

Common Ground Dove (trochila)
SCI Name: Columbina passerina trochila
trochila
L. trochilus  semicircle; "Similar to C. p. antillarum, but larger and darker with the dusky squamations more pronounced  ...  From C. p. nigrirostris it may also be distinguished by larger size and heavier squamations" (Hellmayr & Conover 1942, XIII, 524) (subsp. Columbina passerina).

Common Ground Dove (antillarum)
SCI Name: Columbina passerina antillarum
antillarum / antillensis
Mod. L. Antillarum or Antillensis  of the Antilles, the islands of the West Indies (Antilia, a fictitious land or island of the Atlantic Ocean that appeared on mediaeval charts).

Common Ground Dove (albivitta)
SCI Name: Columbina passerina albivitta
albivitta
L. albus  white; vitta  band, head-band.

Common Ground Dove (parvula)
SCI Name: Columbina passerina parvula
parvula / parvulum / parvulus
L. parvulus  very small  < dim. parvus  small.

Common Ground Dove (nana)
SCI Name: Columbina passerina nana
nana
L. nanus  dwarf  < Gr. νανος nanos  dwarf.
● ex “Petit Marteau” of Sganzin 1840 (Lepidopygia).

Common Ground Dove (quitensis)
SCI Name: Columbina passerina quitensis
quitensis
Quito, Ecuador.

Common Ground Dove (griseola)
SCI Name: Columbina passerina griseola
griseola
Mod. L. griseolus  somewhat grey  < dim. Med. L. griseum  grey.