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Forum: Bird Name Etymology Friday 23rd October 2020, 16:45
Replies: 20
Views: 479
Posted By mb1848
Thank you Laurent. Interesting the distinction...

Thank you Laurent. Interesting the distinction between surname and Christian. I agree with your analysis of 32.5.1.1 I had taken "corrigendum" informally as any correction. But that is wrong. ...
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Thursday 22nd October 2020, 18:21
Replies: 20
Views: 479
Posted By mb1848
"even if francisi would/could/might have been...

"even if francisi would/could/might have been intended as francisci (which I doubt)," Björn
I disagree. In a printed separate volume of the BBOC at the beginning in the List of authors the BBOC...
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Thursday 22nd October 2020, 17:28
Replies: 7
Views: 192
Posted By mb1848
A death year was handwritten into a book...

A death year was handwritten into a book translated by William Jesse 1809-1871?
https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/268100#page/13/mode/1up .
Forum: Bird Taxonomy and Nomenclature Wednesday 21st October 2020, 21:10
Replies: 2
Views: 353
Posted By mb1848
Clement/eBird taxonomy in 2019 stated: page 459,...

Clement/eBird taxonomy in 2019 stated:
page 459, African Scrub-Robin Cercotrichas minor

African Scrub-Robin Cercotrichas minor is lumped with Rufous-tailed Scrub-Robin Cercotrichas galactotes...
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Friday 16th October 2020, 18:04
Replies: 20
Views: 479
Posted By mb1848
I unfortunately agree with Martin "Nothing...

I unfortunately agree with Martin "Nothing published on BirdForum is
published in the meaning of the Code – content is neither printed nor part of any
e‐publication that might qualify, so a published...
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Friday 16th October 2020, 17:53
Replies: 20
Views: 479
Posted By mb1848
Yes. 32.5.1.1. The correction of a spelling of a...

Yes.
32.5.1.1. The correction of a spelling of a name in a publisher's or author's corrigendum issued simultaneously with the original work or as a circulated slip to be inserted in the work (or if...
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Friday 16th October 2020, 17:39
Replies: 20
Views: 479
Posted By mb1848
No. 32.5. Spellings that must be corrected...

No.
32.5. Spellings that must be corrected (incorrect original spellings)

32.5.1. If there is in the original publication itself, without recourse to any external source of information, clear...
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Friday 16th October 2020, 17:25
Replies: 20
Views: 479
Posted By mb1848
Slater used francisci in 1899 and Björn wondered...

Slater used francisci in 1899 and Björn wondered if it was an (unjustified) emendation ..?!?
Franciscus is a Latin given name, originally an epithet meaning "the Frank, the Frenchman. Franciscus may...
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Friday 16th October 2020, 00:46
Replies: 20
Views: 479
Posted By mb1848
Sclater in 1899 spelled the bird name as...

Sclater in 1899 spelled the bird name as francisci?
https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/36067#page/154/mode/1up .
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Monday 12th October 2020, 19:47
Replies: 92
Views: 3,860
Posted By mb1848
Very thorough Björn. There is Ornismya Anais...

Very thorough Björn. There is Ornismya Anais Lesson 1829? But also Ramphodon anais Lesson, 1832 They are different. A. clemenciae probably named for second wife of Lesson Marie Clemence? Giebel...
Forum: Bird Taxonomy and Nomenclature Monday 12th October 2020, 10:19
Replies: 221
Views: 80,893
Posted By mb1848
Laurent on Diagnosis not seen thread...

Laurent on Diagnosis not seen thread :
Illustrations of Ornithology
● Macronus Jardine & Selby 1835: series I, III (10), pl. 150, p.91.
● Oreopholus Jardine & Selby 1835: series I, III (10), pl. 151,...
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Sunday 11th October 2020, 14:07
Replies: 92
Views: 3,860
Posted By mb1848
I love the Bulletin headers! Drunk. And speak...

I love the Bulletin headers! Drunk. And speak Parrot is a line of Othello the Moor of Venice just before your quote.
Jardine has a drawing of Tr. anais...
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Sunday 11th October 2020, 04:30
Replies: 92
Views: 3,860
Posted By mb1848
Anais...

Anais
https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/48713#page/220/mode/1up .
Lesson 1840 Rev Zool p. 211
type species Anais clemenciae.
Hab. Borneo???
If thou hast no name to be known by, let us call...
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Sunday 4th October 2020, 17:28
Replies: 3
Views: 245
Posted By mb1848
Rhea Daerwinii

Is Rhea darwinii the most correct name for Darwin’s Rhea?
In February 1837 d’Orbigny named Rhea pennata for a small Rhea not in the ornithology part of the voyages but in his travels. (Itinerary)...
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Friday 2nd October 2020, 18:17
Replies: 6
Views: 365
Posted By mb1848
French (Beaupré): topographic name from Old...

French (Beaupré): topographic name from Old French beu 'lovely' + pred 'meadow'. The nautical term beaupré 'bowsprit' may have given rise to its use as a secondary surname for a sailor.
Possibly?
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Monday 28th September 2020, 18:24
Replies: 6
Views: 227
Posted By mb1848
Eastern name order. I agree with Björn. Not...

Eastern name order. I agree with Björn. Not this Tibor Farkas but others in Hungary are called Farkas de Boldogfa the name of a Hungarian noble family. The source of the B?
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Sunday 27th September 2020, 08:52
Replies: 92
Views: 3,860
Posted By mb1848
I agree with Björn. I hope my incessant whining...

I agree with Björn. I hope my incessant whining helped in some small way. Lovely comments Mr. Ruhe.
I have not found too many publications of OLFERS about birds from his time in Brasil?
He is the...
Forum: Books, Magazines, Publications, Video & DVD Sunday 27th September 2020, 02:14
Replies: 19
Views: 1,667
Posted By mb1848
The Largest Avian Radiation (a Sci-fi book?) Lynx...

The Largest Avian Radiation (a Sci-fi book?) Lynx out in November.
Table of Contents:
https://www.lynxeds.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/The-Largest-Avian-Radiation-Table-of-Contents.pdf .
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Thursday 24th September 2020, 04:46
Replies: 18
Views: 435
Posted By mb1848
Björn dang your eyes. But I think your...

Björn dang your eyes. But I think your conservatism on this is correct until we find a Charlston South Carolina bnirth certificate and a West Virginia death certificate 1825-1877 stands. And the...
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Wednesday 23rd September 2020, 19:37
Replies: 18
Views: 435
Posted By mb1848
Björn the Gunnison sage-grouse may be one of...

Björn the Gunnison sage-grouse may be one of yours? John Gunnison's grandfather was Hugh Gunnison, who was probably brought over to Boston by an English captain emigrating by way of Holland in 1631....
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Wednesday 23rd September 2020, 19:00
Replies: 18
Views: 435
Posted By mb1848
Thanks Björn : old: ● Lt.-Col. Thomas Charlton...

Thanks Björn :
old: ● Lt.-Col. Thomas Charlton Henry (1825-1877) US Army surgeon, collector (subsp. Chordeiles minor).
new: Dr. Thomas Charlton Henry (1826-1877) US Army surgeon, collector (subsp....
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Wednesday 23rd September 2020, 07:01
Replies: 18
Views: 435
Posted By mb1848
Thanks Paul great stuff! Very sad but at least he...

Thanks Paul great stuff! Very sad but at least he did not support slavery.
Martin, your third link is very interesting to me. My son through his Mother is related to Col. Gunnison. Ive seen family...
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Wednesday 23rd September 2020, 05:47
Replies: 18
Views: 435
Posted By mb1848
I disagree. The neat thing about human baby...

I disagree. The neat thing about human baby gestation is the female only need be inseminated and then the male like in many spider species can take off. No. 1 died Oct 1827 and no. 2 was born April...
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Wednesday 23rd September 2020, 04:21
Replies: 18
Views: 435
Posted By mb1848
Thank you Martin. A picture and all. ...

Thank you Martin. A picture and all. Lieutenant-Colonel is a pretty high rank in the US Army? But I have no other info. My guess is the picture is of the father Dr. Thomas Charlton Henry just...
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Tuesday 22nd September 2020, 20:48
Replies: 18
Views: 435
Posted By mb1848
Dr. T. Charlton Henry

I miss the key. Not sure what it says about Dr. Henry. But Zoonomen has Thomas Charles Henry which is wrong.
Dr. T. Charlton Henry
1825 – 1877
Father was a DD from Princeton born in Philadelphia...
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