Country checklist and status
We are delighted that our Corporate Sponsor iGoTerra has made its country checklists, including subspecies (IOC or Clements) as well as all other species groups like mammals, butterflies etc. available through the ABC website. The only thing required is a Basic membership / registration which is free of charge. Go to Equatorial Guinea checklists. If you are already a member of iGoTerra, you will be taken directly to the country page. In case you are not a member, you will be redirected automatically to the registration form and from there can go straight to the country page.
The Gulf Of Guinea Conservation Group website at http://www.ggcg.st also contains the BOU checklist for the islands of Bioko and Annobón.
|Annobón White-eye||Zosterops griseovirescens||a|
|Fernando Po Speirops||Speirops brunneus||b|
Some authorities raise Annobón Paradise-Flycatcher Terpsiphone smithii but the African Bird Club treats this as a subspecies of Red-bellied Paradise-Flycatcher T. (rufiventer) smithii. Some authorities raise Fernando Po Swift Apus sladeniae but the African Bird Club treats this as a subspecies African Black Swift A. (barbatus) sladeniae.
Near endemic species (found in 3 or less African countries)
|São Tomé Bronze-naped Pigeon||Columba malherbii||a|
|Mountain Saw-wing||Psalidoprocne fuliginosa||b|
|Black-capped Woodland Warbler||Phylloscopus herberti|
|Verreaux’s Batis||Batis minima|
|Ursula’s Sunbird||Cinnyris ursulae||b|
|Fernando Po Oliveback||Nesocharis shelleyi||b|
a indicates that the species is found on Annobón, not the mainland
b indicates that the species is found on Bioko, not the mainland.
|Lappet-faced Vulture||Torgos tracheliotus||Vulnerable|
|Grey-necked Picathartes||Picathartes oreas||Vulnerable|
|Annobón White-eye||Zosterops griseovirescens||Vulnerable|
|Fernando Po Speirops||Speirops brunneus||Vulnerable|
The lists of endemic, near endemic and threatened species have been compiled from a number of sources including the African Bird Club, BirdLife International, and Birds of the World Version 2.0 ® 1994-1996, Dr. Charles Sibley and Thayer Birding Software, Ltd. For further information on Equatorial Guinea’s threatened species, see BirdLife International.