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  1. mb1848

    Oroaetus isidori devillei

    Sorry Martin I did not understand the question. Sclater in 1854 called it lanceolatus? ser.2:v.13=no.73-78 (1854) - The Annals and magazine of natural history - Biodiversity Heritage Library . A subspecies was created named for Austin Smith. The Key to Scientific Names - Birds of the World . I...
  2. mb1848

    Oroaetus isidori devillei

    "I am not sure where to find syn. Micromonacha lanceolata." sér.2:t.1 (1849) - Revue et magasin de zoologie pure et appliquée - Biodiversity Heritage Library . Is this it? It is I just checked Zoonomen and this is the link to the OD there. World Birds Taxonomic List: Genera and species with...
  3. mb1848

    Oroaetus isidori devillei

    I found a brother: https://www.geni.com/people/Eduard-Emanuel-Honor%C3%A9-Napoleon-de-Ville/6000000034610968091 . Sorry Martin already found this.
  4. mb1848

    Oroaetus isidori devillei

    This page makes it seem if it is one person.??? http://correspondancefamiliale.ehess.fr/index.php?5037 .
  5. mb1848

    Oroaetus isidori devillei

    Count Castelnau had a taxidermist who went with him on his South American exploration named Emile DeVille. The expedition started in 1842.
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