|Great Tinamou, Tinamus major|
The species in taxonomic order are:
- Tinamus guttatus White-throated Tinamou located in southeastern Colombia, southern Venezuela, Amazonian Brazil, and northern Bolivia
- Tinamus tao Grey Tinamou located in northern and western Brazil, eastern Ecuador, eastern Peru, northern Bolivia, Colombia east of the Andes, northwestern and northeastern Venezuela, and northwestern Guyana
- Tinamus tao larensis located in central Colombia and northwestern Venezuela
- Tinamus tao kleei located in south-central Colombia, eastern Ecuador, eastern Peru, eastern Bolivia, and western Brazil
- Tinamus tao septentrionalis located in northeastern Venezuela and northwestern Guyana
- Tinamus tao tao located in north-central Brazil, far eastern Peru, and far northwestern Bolivia
- Tinamus solitarius Solitary Tinamou located in northeastern Argentina (Misiones), eastern Paraguay, eastern Brazil
- Tinamus osgoodi Black Tinamou located in two small areas: the Andes of southeastern Peru and the Andes of Colombia
- Tinamus major Great Tinamou located from southeastern Mexico through Panama, excluding Honduras and from Ecuador to French Guiana parts of Brazil and northern Bolivia,
- Tinamus major percautus located in southeastern Mexico, Belize, and northern Guatemala
- Tinamus major robustus located in southeastern Mexico, Guatemala, and northern Nicaragua
- Tinamus major fuscipennis located in northern Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and western Panama
- Tinamus major castaneiceps located in southwestern Costa Rica and western Panama
- Tinamus major brunniventris located in south central Panama
- Tinamus major saturatus located in eastern Panama and northwestern Colombia
- Tinamus major latifrons located in southwestern Colombia and western Ecuador
- Tinamus major zuliensis located in northeastern Colombia and northwestern Venezuela
- Tinamus major major located in eastern Venezuela and Guyana
- Tinamus major olivascens located in Amazon Brazil
- Tinamus major peruvians located in southeastern Colombia, eastern Ecuador, eastern Bolivia, western Brazil, and eastern Peru
- Tinamus major serratus located in southern Venezuela and northwestern Brazil
- Brands, Sheila (Aug 14 2008). "Systema Naturae 2000 / Classification, Genus Tinamus". Project: The Taxonomicon. Retrieved Feb 04 2009. Check date values in:
- Clements, James (2007). The Clements Checklist of the Birds of the World (6 ed.). Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. ISBN 978 0 8014 4501 9.
- Gotch, A. F. (1995) . "Tinamous". Latin Names Explained. A Guide to the Scientific Classifications of Reptiles, Birds & Mammals. New York, NY: Facts on File. p. 182. ISBN 0 8160 3377 3.
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