The forms hodgsoni of N Pakistan to Kashmir & Ladakh,
mandelli of the Northwestern, Central and Eastern Himalaya and khamensis of N Burma, SW & W China (SE & E Xizang, N Yunnan, W & C Sichuan) are now together regarded as a separate species under the name Hodgson's Treecreeper Certhia hodgsoni.
The remaining subspecies of Certhia familiaris found in the Oriental Region are:
tianschanica Southern and Eastern Tien Shan to Hami area in Eastern Xinjiang
bianchii E & NE Qinghai to Central Gansu and S Shaanxi (Northern and Central Cjina)
daurica Southern Siberia (Urals to Sakhalin), NE China, Southern Kuril Islands, Hokkaido (Northern Japan)
japonica Honshu and Shikoku (Japan)
Tietze, Dieter Thomas; Martens, Jochen & Sun, Yue-Hua (2006): Molecular phylogeny of treecreepers (Certhia) detects hidden diversity. Ibis 148(3): 477-488