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"diagnosis not seen" for genus names in the Key A through S

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Old Monday 18th June 2018, 09:37   #201
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The Birds of Norfolk & Lord Howe Islands and the Australasian polar quadrant (with additions to 'The Birds of Australia')
● Kentrophorina Mathews 1928: p.6
Hein van Grouw made it to Tring prior to Mr. Jobling and published Mathews drawing of Kentrophorina on p. 195 and also mentioned on page 196 of an article:
https://www.researchgate.net/profile...s-Rallidae.pdf .
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A fruitful visit to the Ornithology Library at Tring, where Alison Harding's guidance was much appreciated, enabled me to reduce the "Diagnosis not yet seen" list to 38 generic names (cf. this thread #129). Some of these may be held in Tring's huge Separates Collection, which I was only able to skim, and some are held at the NHM London, to be visited in due course. The Key has now been extensively updated. I was especially pleased to consult the Kelsos' papers on the Strigidae, the encyclopaedic works of Gregory Mathews and Mathews & Hallstrom, and Davis's Pan American Studies (1978). The latter was a short-lived journal and is extremely uncommon in collections, so the following correct citations may prove useful;
Allasma L. Irby Davis, 1978, Pan American Studies, Vol. 1, No. 1, p. 26. Type species: Caprimulgus clarus Reichenow, 1892.
Diaphorasma L. Irby Davis, 1978, Pan American Studies, Vol. 1, No. 1, p. 30. Type species: Caprimulgus donaldsoni (Sharpe), 1895.
Annamormis L. Irby Davis, 1978, Pan American Studies, Vol. 1, No. 1, p. 39. Type species: Caprimulgus rufus (Boddaert), 1783.

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Thank you James for sharing. 90 generic diagnoses is very fruitful!
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James, congrats to a thorough housecleaning!

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Complementary addition on Dissoura

Today's HBW Alive Key:
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(syn. Ciconia Ϯ Asian Woolly-necked Stork C. episcopus) Gr. δισσος dissos double < δις dis twice < δυο duo two; ουρα oura tail; "20. August 1850. Herr CABANIS sprach über das Vorkommen eines doppelten Schwanzes bei einigen exotischen Störchen. Der obere Schwanz ist hier als der wahre zu erkennen und ist gegabelt und länger als der untere, abgerundete. Letzterer ist kein wahrer Schwanz. sondern wird aus den das Ansehen von Steuerfedern annehmenden unteren Schwanzdecken gebildet. Außer dem in Bezug auf vorstehende Eigenthümlichkeit bereits bekannten Maguari (D. pilla Molina) erwähnte Herr CABANIS noch zweier ostindischer Arten: D. leucocephala Gm. und microscelis Gray und vereinigte sie unter dem Namen Dissoura zu einer neuen Gattung der Doppelschwanze-Störche" (Anon. 1912) (Mark Brown in litt.). Diagnosis not yet seen (Cabanis 1850, Königlich Preußischer Staats-Anzeiger, Beilage i, col. 1484). Var. Dissura.
Thanks to the kindness of Stefan Weil, Universitätsbibliothek Mannheim, the OD itself, of the generic name Dissoura, allegedly by Cabanis, is no longer "not yet seen" ... but seen!

And it was, like I stated (in post # 122), found in Preußischer Staat-Anzeiger (No Königlich), in Nr. 240, published 1. September 1850, p. 1484 (see attached jpg of excerpt, and/or full page/s, in pdf format): "... unter dem Namen Dissoura zu einer neuen Gattung der Doppelschwanz-Störche." (in German Fraktur lettering, without italics on the generic name itself) ...

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Many thanks, Björn. The OD is very close to the "copy" indicated by Mark, but there are some interesting original errors ("mollin" for "Molina," and "Gen.," for "Gmel."), and I cannot quite make out whether Gmelin's specific name leucocephala is misspelled leucocphala or leucoephala. Anyone?
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You´re welcome James,

To me it is misspelled: leucocphala ...

See attached close-up.

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PS. I would assume that an erudite person, like Cabanis, wasn't personally responsible for any of those/such typos!
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Protopyrrhula BIANCHI 1907 (here, and here)

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Stepaniania Kashin 1982: 17, p.184
Now [here].
But -- as was to be expected, I guess -- there is no real diagnosis: just a statement that Pyrgilauda Bonaparte in the family of larks preoccupies Pyrgilauda Verreaux, followed by the introduction of the nom. nov., and a statement that the species are to be called Stepaniana davidiana, S. ruficollis, S. blanfordi and S. theresae.
"Stepaniania nom. nov., в честь советского орнитолога, кандидата биологическых наук Лео Суреновича Степаняна." (= Stepaniania nom. nov., in honour of the Soviet ornithologist, candidate of biological sciences Leo Surenovich Stepanyan.)

(They now have added many of the Ornitologiya issues in djvu format to their collection on this site; see e.g. [here].)

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Laurent, Thanks for the Russian references. My list of unseen genera has now been cut down to just 29, mainly synonyms; of these four are still unverified (Hypsiphornis, Mesosericornis, Nyctipornis, Santaplonis), and another four are currently used (Carpospiza, Malcorus, Perdicula, Rheinardia). The search goes on.
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...have you seen [this]?
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Rheinardia.
I have not found the July 8 1882 number of La Science pour tous. But other info.
Page 258, https://books.google.com/books?id=2O...nat%22&f=false .
Page 255, https://books.google.com/books?id=Fr...0Argus&f=false .
Page 274, https://books.google.com/books?id=We...201882&f=false .
An interesting article by Boucard:
https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/...ge/37/mode/1up .
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Again, effusive thanks Laurent for Macdonald & Grant's paper on Smith including Malcorus. Fascinating, including the misspellings (Necrosyates, Occipiter, Perinopterus) (thanks also to Bjorn). Key updated.

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...have you seen [this]?
Well found Laurent!

It also has Perinopterus on page 198, and Occipiter [sic] on p.200. Malcorus is on pp.201-202.

All commented on p.203 ...
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... My list of unseen genera has now been cut down to just 29, mainly synonyms; ...

The search goes on.
So; what's still missing, James, at this point? Twenty-something ...

Give us a full, short, last list, I'm pretty sure some of the keen trackers here on BirdForum can find at least one, or a few, of them. And possibly save you some interminable library time!?
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Björn, I don't mind visiting libraries (NHM London is next, when I can steel myself to undertake a journey on our third-world train services). However, for those who want a challenge here is my list of unseen generic diagnoses (you will have seen the names and references before, so apologies for the repetition).

KEY TO SCIENTIFIC NAMES IN ORNITHOLOGY.
UNSEEN GENERIC DIAGNOSES. edit. 20/7/18
(X = not held in Tring /London; L = held in London; [##] = part seen, 'snippets' seen)
Genera listed in ITALIC CAPITALS are currently recognised in HBWAlive.

X●Archivos do Museu Nacional do Rio de Janeiro
1926 Parabarbatula de Miranda-Ribeiro, XXVIII, pp. 12, 13
L●Beiträge zur Ornithologie Afrika's
1854 CARPOSPIZA von Müller, III, pl. X
X●The Bengal Sporting and General Magazine. Calcutta.
1836 Milvulus Hodgson, VIII (28), p. 183
1837 PERDICULA Hodgson, IX (41), p. 344
●Bulletin of the Biogeographical Society of Japan. Tokyo.
1941 Philippinia Hachisuka, 11 (2), p. 5
●Buturlin, S. A. 1901. Dikie Gusi Rossiiskoi Imperii ["Wild Geese of the Russian Empire"].
1901 Melanonyx Buturlin, 1901, p. 22
L●Dobutsugaku Zasshi. Tokyo.
1940 Malayornis Hachisuka, 52 (7), p. 286
L●Doklady Akademii Nauk S.S.S.R. Leningrad.
1946 Przewalskia Kozlova, 51, p. 327
L●Faune de la Russie et des pays limitrophes.
1913 Pacificodroma Bianchi, Oiseaux (Aves), I (2), pp. 516, 559
1913 Oestrelatella Bianchi, Oiseaux (Aves), II, pp. 521, 719
L●Festschrift zum 60 Geburtstage von Professor Dr Embrik Strand. Vols. I-V. 1936-1939.
1937 Philippinetta Boetticher, III, p. 585 [##].
X●Grantsau, R. 2010. Guia completo para identificação das aves do Brasil
2010 Sakesphoroides Grantsau, 2, p. 651
L●Isis. Encyclopädische Zeitschrift, vorzüglich für Naturgeschichte, Physiologie. München.
1850 Malacornis Gistel, I (6), p. 95
●Izvestiya Imperatorskoi Akademii Nauk. S. Peterburg.
1907 Protopyrrhula Bianchi, ser. 5, XXV (3), pp. 162, 193
●Izvestiya Kavkazskago Muzeya. Tiflis.
1907 Rupisitta Buturlin, III (1), pp. 49, 64
X●Mémoires de la Société linnéenne de Paris
1827 Pachyrhinchus L'Herminier, VI, p. 74
Nasha Okhota
1908 Cyanophasis Buturlin, 10, pp. 33, 35
1910 Microscops Buturlin, 4, pp. 10, 13
X●Orion Naturwissenschaftlich-Technische Zeitschrift für Jedermann. München.
1947 Baruwaia Boetticher, 2 (7), 348
●Ornitologiya. Moscow.
1977 Gladkovia Kashin, 13, p. 207
●Proceedings of the New England Zoölogical Club. Cambridge, Mass.
1927 Opifex Friedmann, X, p. 4
L●Referaty Nauchno-Issledovatel'skikh Rabot, Otdel. Biologiya Nauk. Moscow.
1947 Tchangtangia Kozlova, (1945), p. 183
X●Report of the Council of the Manchester Natural History Society
1842 Chenogeranus T. Brown, p. 4
L●Revista de la Sociedad Científica del Paraguay. Asunción.
1926 Ridgwayornis A. Bertoni, 2 (1), p. 69
●Revista de letras y ciencias sociales de Tucumán.
1905 Pseudocolopteryx Lillo, 3 (13), p. 48
X●La Science pour tous
1882 RHEINARDIA Maingonnat, (8 juillet), p. 210
X●Simon, E. 1918. Notice sur les Travaux Scientifiques de M. Eugène Simon
1918 Chlorostola Simon, p. 39
1918 Chloropogon Simon, p. 39
1918 Coeliola Simon, p. 39
●Verzeichnis der im zoologischen Museum der Universität Halle-Wittenberg aufgestellten Säugethiere, Vögel und Amphibien.
1850 Milvaquila Burmeister, p. 24
●Vögel ferner Länder. Vierteljahrs-Hefte für Pfleger und Züchter fremdländischer Vögel. Hannover.
1935 Poikilocarbo von Boetticher, p. 3
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L●Isis. Encyclopädische Zeitschrift, vorzüglich für Naturgeschichte, Physiologie. München.
1850 Malacornis Gistel, I (6), p. 95
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Your link does not work for me. Is it correct?

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These I have in my files (no time to search for the others right now) --


L●Dobutsugaku Zasshi. Tokyo.
1940 Malayornis Hachisuka, 52 (7), p. 286

Name: Malayornis
Author: Hachisuka
Date: 1940
OD ref: Hachisuka M. 1940. A new genus of Pycnonotidae (Aves). Malayornis gen. nov. Dobutsugaku Zasshi, 52 (7): 286.
Page: 286
Link: http://dl.ndl.go.jp/view/prepareDown...32&contentNo=1
OINS: Malayornis plumosus, M. blanfordi, M. simplex, M. erythropthalmos
Type: Pycnonotus plumosus Blyth 1845
Syn. of ? in use
Fixation by: original designation
Fixation ref: as OD
Page: as OD
Link: as OD
OD of type ref: Blyth E. 1845. Notices and descriptions of various new or little known species of birds. [Continued from p. 212, ante.] J. Asiat. Soc. Bengal, 14: 546-602.
Page: 567
link: https://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/40127342
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Available: yes
Family: Pycnonotidae

L●Faune de la Russie et des pays limitrophes.
1913 Pacificodroma Bianchi, Oiseaux (Aves), I (2), pp. 516, 559

Name: Pacificodroma
Author: Bianchi
Date: 1913
OD ref: Bianchi VL. 1913. Faune de la Russie et des pays limitrophes fondée principalement sur les collections du Musée zoologique de l'Académie impériale des sciences de St.-Pétersbourg. Oiseaux (Aves). Volume I. Colymbiformes et Procellariiformes. Demi-volume deuxième. S.n., St.-Pétersbourg.
Page: 559
Link: http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/14957613
OINS: Oceanodroma melania, O. tristrami, O. markhami, O. monorhis, O. homochroa
Type: Thalassidroma monorhis Swinhoe 1867
Syn. of ? in use
Fixation by: original designation
Fixation ref: as OD
Page: as OD
Link: as OD
OD of type ref: Swinhoe R. 1867. Jottings on birds from my Amoy journal. Ibis, ser. 2, 3:385-413.
Page: 386
link: http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/8455674
Notes: As a subgenus.
Available: yes
Family: Hydrobatide

1913 Oestrelatella Bianchi, Oiseaux (Aves), II, pp. 521, 719

Name: Oestrelatella
Author: Bianchi
Date: 1913
OD ref: Bianchi VL. 1913. Faune de la Russie et des pays limitrophes fondée principalement sur les collections du Musée zoologique de l'Académie impériale des sciences de St.-Pétersbourg. Oiseaux (Aves). Volume I. Colymbiformes et Procellariiformes. Demi-volume deuxième. S.n., St.-Pétersbourg.
Page: 719
Link: http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/14957773
OINS: Oestrellata brevipes, Oe. hypoleuca, Oe. nigricollis, Oe. axillaris, Oe. leucoptera, Oe. longirostris, Oe. cooki, Oe. defilippiana
Type: Oestrellata hypoleuca Salvin 1888
Syn. of ? in use
Fixation by: original designation
Fixation ref: as OD
Page: as OD
Link: as OD
OD of type ref: Salvin O. 1888. Critical notes on the Procellariidae. Ibis, ser. 5, 6:351-360.
Page: 359
link: http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/16280111
Notes: As a subgenus.
Available: yes
Family: Procellariidae

●Izvestiya Imperatorskoi Akademii Nauk. S. Peterburg.
1907 Protopyrrhula Bianchi, ser. 5, XXV (3), pp. 162, 193

Name: Protopyrrhula
Author: Bianchi
Date: 1907
OD ref: Біанки ВЛ. [Bianchi VL.] 1907. Ревизія формъ рода Pyrrhula, сем. Fringillidae, ихъ филогенезъ и географическое распространеніе. [Revision of the forms of the genus Pyrrhula, fam. Fringillidae, their phylogeny and geographic distribution.] Изв. Имп. Акад. Наук [Bull. Acad. Imp. Sci. St.-Pétersbourg], ser. 5, 25:159-198.
Page: 162
Link: http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/29687170
OINS: Pyrrhula nipalensis (with sspp nipalensis, ricketti, victoriae, waterstradti), P. erythrocephala, P. erythaca, P. leucogenys
Type: Pyrrhula nipalensis Hodgson 1836
Syn. of ? in use
Fixation by: subsequent designation
Fixation ref: Richmond CW. 1917. Generic names applied to birds during the years 1906 to 1915, inclusive, with additions and corrections to Waterhouse's "Index Generum Avium." Proc. U.S. Natl. Mus., 53:565-636.
Page: 617
Link: http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/7554085
OD of type ref: Hodgson BH. 1835. Notices of the ornithology of Nepal. Asiat. Res., 19:143-192.
Page: 155
link: http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/43118048
Notes: As a subgenus. I can't see any original designation in Bianchi's work.
Available: yes
Family: Fringillidae

●Izvestiya Kavkazskago Muzeya. Tiflis.
1907 Rupisitta Buturlin, III (1), pp. 49, 64

Name: Rupisitta
Author: Buturlin
Date: 1907
OD ref: Бутурлин СА. [Buturlin SA.] 1906. Замѣтки о группахъ бѣлосринныхъ дятловъ и каменныхъ поползней. [Notes on the white-backed woodpeckers and rock-nuthatches.] Изв. Кавказ. муз. [Mitt. Kaukas. Mus.], 3:49-59 (Russian), 60-73 (English).
Page: 49, 64
Link: https://books.google.com/books?id=ePNEAAAAYAAJ
OINS: Sitta tephronota, S. obscura, S. dresseri, S. tschitscherini, S. neumayer, S. parva, S. zarudnyi, S. syriaca
Type: Sitta dresseri Zarudny & Buturlin 1906
Syn. of ? in use (as a ssp)
Fixation by: original designation
Fixation ref: as OD
Page: as OD
Link: as OD
OD of type ref: Sarudny NA, Buturlin SA. Sitta dresseri spec. nov. Ornithol. Monatsber. 14:132.
Page: 132
link: https://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/8766636
Notes: As a subgenus of Sitta. Dated 1906; published early Apr 1907 according to Richmond Index. Type designation wording a bit odd (he says Sitta (Rupisitta) dresseri is the “most typical species” of the subgenus). He repeated the designation in a more rigid way in 1916 (Бутурлин СА. [Buturlin SA.] 1916. Краткий обзор семейства поползней (Sittidae). [A short review of the family of nuthatches (Sittidae).] Труды Имп. Петроград. Общ. Естеств. [Trav. Soc. Imp. Nat. Petrograd], 44:145-173.; p. 151 & 170; “S. dresseri is ехрressis verbis indicated as tуре of Rupisittа in mу рареr”).
Available: yes
Family: Sittidae

●Ornitologiya. Moscow.
1977 Gladkovia Kashin, 13, p. 207

Name: Gladkovia
Author: Kashin
Date: 1977
OD ref: Кашин ГН. [Kashin GN.] 1977. Об одном родовом имени. [About one generic name.] Орнитология [Ornitologiya], 13: 207.
Page: 207
Link: http://zoomet.ru/books/Ornitologia-13.djvu
OINS: n/a
Type: Psamathia annae Hartlaub & Finsch 1868
Syn. of ? in use
Fixation by: replacement name
Fixation ref: see original name
Page: see original name
Link: see original name
OD of type ref: Hartlaub G, Finch O. 1868. On a collection of birds from the Pelew Islands. Proc. Zool. Soc. London, year 1868: 4-9.
Page: 5
link: https://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/28664486
Notes: New name for Psamathia Hartlaub & Finsch 1868, preoccupied by Psamathia Walker 1861.
Available: yes
Family: Cettiidae

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Odd, new try, new link ... here.

Or see attached jpgs, of the full OD (pp.95-96).

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Proceedings of the New England Zoölogical Club. Cambridge, Mass.
1927 Opifex Friedmann, X, p. 4
https://books.google.com/books?id=ND...gbs_navlinks_s .
On page 4 of v. X but found on 130 .
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On Melanonyx:
Dikie gusi Rossiiskoi Imperii, Psowaie i Ruzheinaia Okhota. Febr.-April, suppl., pp. 1-47.
But Richmond who is pretty good about sources calls it Dukie iycu?
https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/...e/807/mode/1up .
Laurent discussed this before:
Anser carneirostris Buturlin, 1901. (OD in "Дикие гуси Российской империи", "Wild geese of the Russian Empire", published in Псовая и ружейная охота ["Psovaya i ruzheinaya okhota"], "Hounds and hunting rifles"--this is not a location in the Urals, but a magazine; not seen by me.)
See, eg., Alpheraky 1905, Buturlin 1934.
Based on an orange-legged, but pink-&-black-billed bird described earlier (but not named) by Heuglin 1872. (As well as, according to Buturlin 1934, unpublished handwritten notes by two other authors.)
Type locality Novaya Zemlya.
Bird said by Buturlin 1934 to be identical to rossicus, except for the bill band colour. This name clearly is available, has precedence over rossicus, apparently applies to the same taxon, and is not a nomen oblitum.
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Nasha Okhota, 1908 Cyanophasis Buturlin, 10, pp. 33, 35.
In the Archive fur Naturgesh. Aves 1908 Hellmayr reports on Cyanophasis and says things like tarsus mit grossen etc.
https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/...e/725/mode/1up .
Cyanophasis gen. n.] Nasa Ochota l2: 33-36. N. B. a complete translation of this can be found in Taka-Tsukasa, l943: 22-24. Central Daily News.
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Laurent, the Gladkovia link (in your post #219), does take me to Орнитология [Ornitologiya] 13 ... but not as far as page 207. That one ends on p.120 ...

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Tchangtangia Kozlova 1947; Przewalskia Kozlova 1946
Vaurie. Systematic Notes on Palearctic Birds, No. 50 The Pteroclidae
“Kozlova (1946) believed that tibetanus and paradoxus were sufficiently distinct to warrant being placed in different genera and erected the genus Przewalskia for tibetanus, later (1947) "emending" this name to Tchangtangia, as Przewalskia is preoccupied. Kozlova is correct in stating that the two species differ structurally...”
KOZLOVA, E. V.
1946. On the phylogeny of the Tibetan Sandgrouse. Doklady Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R., vol. 51, pp. 325-327.
1947. About [the] phylogeny [of the] Tibetan Sandgrouse. (Translation of title.) Referaty Nauchno-issled. Rabot, Otd. Biol. Nauk (1945), p. 183.
A 2012 paper giving the Russian title of the works of Kozlova.
https://readera.ru/k-filogenii-tibet...s-140159606-en .
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