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Forum: Bird Taxonomy and Nomenclature Thursday 2nd May 2019, 09:35
Replies: 153
Views: 8,931
Posted By JustinJansen
I use https://observation.org/ way more easier...

I use https://observation.org/ way more easier then e-bird, and more detailed.
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Sunday 14th April 2019, 06:18
Replies: 219
Views: 7,391
Posted By JustinJansen
Jacques-Josse Hardy (25.10.1798, Bacqueville,...

Jacques-Josse Hardy (25.10.1798, Bacqueville, Pays de Caux - D. 31.12.1863, Dieppe) exchanged a lot of birds with MNHN and Leiden (435+ specimens).
The Dieppe museum received 1253 birds and 2210...
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Monday 8th April 2019, 19:02
Replies: 219
Views: 7,391
Posted By JustinJansen
Menzies is Archibald Menzies (1754-1842)...

Menzies is Archibald Menzies (1754-1842) Assistant Surgeon in the Navy on the HMS Discovery (led by George Vancouver). He found the species in King George Sound, WA , the discovery is well explained...
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Monday 8th April 2019, 18:57
Replies: 219
Views: 7,391
Posted By JustinJansen
For Cornelia I can't find a name in the family...

For Cornelia I can't find a name in the family from either Bruijn or van Renesse van Duivenbode as in the Key, so I think that link doesn't work (Hey C. J. 2010. Biographical Notes of Antonie...
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Friday 5th April 2019, 11:46
Replies: 14
Views: 1,382
Posted By JustinJansen
My two pennies. Albertus Seba is of Dutch...

My two pennies.

Albertus Seba is of Dutch origin, so specimens are most likely from Surinam. A Dutch colony by then.

What was suggested by Bjorn, Cook origin, it would last a few years after...
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Thursday 21st March 2019, 20:46
Replies: 56
Views: 10,083
Posted By JustinJansen
Maybe the Botanical section in the Paris museum...

Maybe the Botanical section in the Paris museum has more details, as he was attached on a moment to the Gardens and he collected herbarium material for the museum. Any-one a contact there?
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Monday 11th March 2019, 07:49
Replies: 56
Views: 10,083
Posted By JustinJansen
Maybe this...

Maybe this (https://science.mnhn.fr/all/list?recordedBy=Mercier) adds to the discussion.
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Saturday 23rd February 2019, 13:59
Replies: 56
Views: 10,083
Posted By JustinJansen
A link to the entry book with the pigeon in it,...

A link to the entry book with the pigeon in it, is here (https://science.mnhn.fr/catalogue/zmo-cmamois-1843-1848/page/268) no 321 as Columba purpurata.
Forum: Bird Taxonomy and Nomenclature Tuesday 19th February 2019, 16:50
Replies: 8
Views: 1,998
Posted By JustinJansen
http://www.magornitho.org/2019/02/north-african-bu...

http://www.magornitho.org/2019/02/north-african-buzzard-taxonomy/

Jowers, M.J., Sánchez-Ramírez, S., Lopes, S., Karyakin, I., Dombrovski, V., Qninba, A., Valkenburg, T., Onofre, N., Ferrand, N.,...
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Tuesday 19th February 2019, 12:28
Replies: 7
Views: 1,868
Posted By JustinJansen
Gebhardt 1964 is a good source and he mentioned...

Gebhardt 1964 is a good source and he mentioned 1907 clearly. And Gebhardt only mentions Gustav Garlepp as name (no Adolf).
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Monday 4th February 2019, 15:54
Replies: 38
Views: 3,486
Posted By JustinJansen
Think Potentien...

Think Potentien...
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Sunday 3rd February 2019, 13:57
Replies: 38
Views: 3,486
Posted By JustinJansen
Thanks Björn

Thanks Björn
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Thursday 13th December 2018, 07:32
Replies: 9
Views: 819
Posted By JustinJansen
Correction: Temminck was no illustrator, as...

Correction: Temminck was no illustrator, as mentioned. I'm not aware of any illustrations from his hand.
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Sunday 11th November 2018, 06:02
Replies: 20
Views: 4,163
Posted By JustinJansen
In Becking 1989 (Henri Jacob Victor Sody...

In Becking 1989 (Henri Jacob Victor Sody (1892-1959)) at page 50, he is for once mentioned as J.J. Menten, the remainder of the book as J.J. Menden, maybe the surname was Menten instead of Menden.......
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Sunday 28th October 2018, 13:13
Replies: 1
Views: 527
Posted By JustinJansen
He is now retired, but worked also at Naturalis...

He is now retired, but worked also at Naturalis when the ZMA was merged.
Forum: Bird Taxonomy and Nomenclature Monday 15th October 2018, 20:30
Replies: 104
Views: 36,797
Posted By JustinJansen
Oh oh Vieillot, 1817 (not 1917)

Oh oh Vieillot, 1817 (not 1917)
Forum: Books, Magazines, Publications, Video & DVD Sunday 30th September 2018, 19:29
Replies: 16
Views: 5,835
Posted By JustinJansen
The adres has changed in...

The adres has changed in www.birdsofkazakhstan.info
Forum: Bird Name Etymology Monday 10th September 2018, 07:14
Replies: 5
Views: 498
Posted By JustinJansen
I can add: Plowden-Wadslaw sent specimens from...

I can add: Plowden-Wadslaw sent specimens from Grenada and the West Indies to the Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. Possibly he collected at Barbados.

He published:
1944. Northern...
Forum: Bird Taxonomy and Nomenclature Friday 17th August 2018, 09:04
Replies: 74
Views: 6,777
Posted By JustinJansen
You are correct, but most likely Hartlaub had it...

You are correct, but most likely Hartlaub had it under his hands here he worked at that moment (Bremen).
Forum: Bird Taxonomy and Nomenclature Friday 10th August 2018, 07:56
Replies: 101
Views: 27,994
Posted By JustinJansen
The acquisition book at the MNHN mentions 11518b...

The acquisition book at the MNHN mentions
11518b Col Ch Bonaparte 1857
They only have one specimen of this species.
Forum: Bird Taxonomy and Nomenclature Wednesday 4th July 2018, 06:13
Replies: 74
Views: 6,777
Posted By JustinJansen
Just a penny, for many of these old 'new' species...

Just a penny, for many of these old 'new' species there are no type specimens present. Can't remember I located an old thunbergi in Stockholm, will check again in few weeks.
Forum: Bird Taxonomy and Nomenclature Wednesday 27th June 2018, 18:36
Replies: 7
Views: 1,280
Posted By JustinJansen
Pelecanoides

Analyses of phenotypic differentiations among South Georgian Diving Petrel (Pelecanoides georgicus) populations reveal an undescribed and highly endangered species from New Zealand...
Forum: Bird Taxonomy and Nomenclature Sunday 24th June 2018, 19:07
Replies: 70
Views: 29,676
Posted By JustinJansen
Thick-billed Grasswren...

Thick-billed Grasswren (https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03721426.2018.1483185?journalCode=trss20): Thick-billed grasswren (Amytornis modestus) songs differ across subspecies and elicit...
Forum: Bird Taxonomy and Nomenclature Friday 22nd June 2018, 13:28
Replies: 4
Views: 1,335
Posted By JustinJansen
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/325925012...

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/325925012_A_morphological_revision_of_Mascarene_Swiftlet_Aerodramus_francicus_with_the_description_of_a_new_subspecies_from_Reunion
Forum: Bird Taxonomy and Nomenclature Wednesday 30th May 2018, 17:36
Replies: 35
Views: 2,607
Posted By JustinJansen
And to be accurate, this bird (the type specimen)...

And to be accurate, this bird (the type specimen) is present in Stockholm at this moment.
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