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  1. Björn Bergenholtz

    Ducula zoeae (Desmarest, 1826)

    However, DSI (Database of Scientific Illustrators, 1450–1950), has two: here, and here. Good luck finding the one you're looking for! /B
  2. Björn Bergenholtz

    Ducula zoeae (Desmarest, 1826)

    Martin, maybe this (and this) is the simple explanation of why, and how, Monsieur Bevalet's name ended up on the Plate of the White-backed Magpie? At least on one of them [my blue bolds in the quote below]: Note that the two Plates discussed are not the same ... ;) Thus, take it for what...
  3. Björn Bergenholtz

    Ducula zoeae (Desmarest, 1826)

    Why so secretive, Martin? If it "wouldn't be", if she wasn't born; "20 March 1799", as claimed in the Paper by Edward Dickinson, Murray Bruce, and Normand David (of 2015), what would you make of it ? As I'm no Premium-Mitglieder/Premium Member of Geneanet I cannot reach further than into this...
  4. Björn Bergenholtz

    Ducula zoeae (Desmarest, 1826)

    I would say that there is a difference. If accuracy is a concern. ;)
  5. Björn Bergenholtz

    Ducula zoeae (Desmarest, 1826)

    For what it's worth ... in my notes (to be inserted in my MS, in due time) I have René Lesson's first wife (unhyphenated) as "(Jeanne) Zoë [?, alt. Zoé?] Lesson (1799–1819)", commemorated in Zoe's Imperial Pigeon Ducula zoeae (Desmarest, 1826), also referred to as "Columba Zoeæ, Lesson" 1826 [a...
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