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Old Friday 6th February 2015, 08:16   #76
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Errata

The list of errata for Vol. 2 plus corrigenda in respect of range statements and additional errata from Vol. 1 (2013) can now be downloaded in a PDF format from the website: http://www.avespress.com/books/
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Edward Dickinson has kindly posted H&M4 vols 1 & 2 errata and spelling issues (plus many other publications) on ResearchGate.
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Edward Dickinson has kindly posted H&M4 vols 1 & 2 errata and spelling issues (plus many other publications) on ResearchGate.
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Us "mere birders" get rejected if we try to sign up to ResearchGate.
Odd - I can download it OK, and I'm not signed up to researchgate either. Try again?
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Odd - I can download it OK, and I'm not signed up to researchgate either. Try again?
Yes, all posted pdfs are freely downloadable without ResearchGate membership – just dismiss the membership invitation if it pops up. As far as I can see, the only 'extra' provided by membership is the ability to request non-posted pdfs from contributing authors – but this seems to be of minimal value given that abstracts invariably include author email contact details (and even if email addresses are out of date, most academics are easily traceable anyway).

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Reddy, S. (2015), The Howard and Moore Complete Checklist of the Birds of the World Fourth Edition, Volume 1: Non-passerines Edward C. Dickinson and James V. Remsen, Jr. (Editors). 2013. Aves Press, Eastbourne, UK. 461 pages and accompanying CD-ROM including 11 maps. ISBN 9780956861108. $75 (Hardcover) The Howard and Moore Complete Checklist of the Birds of the World Fourth Edition, Volume 2: Passerines Edward C. Dickinson and Les Christidis (Editors). 2014. Aves Press, Eastbourne, UK. 752 pages and accompanying CD-ROM including 11 maps. ISBN 9780956861122. $125 (Hardcover). Journal of Field Ornithology, 86: 278–280.
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From 1st April 2016 the price of THE HOWARD AND MOORE COMPLETE CHECKLIST OF THE BIRDS OF THE WORLD VOL 2 PASSERINES will be reduced from £80 to £60.
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The type species of Chamaetylas is (by original monotypy) Geocichla compsonota Cassin, 1859. (But this you certainly knew, the real question being: what is the taxonomic identity of this type species?)

Geocichla compsonota Cassin, 1859:

(The Camma river is in Gabon.) The species' identity remained long doubtful (eg., the footnote in Reichenow, 1905); the type was apparently mislaid at some point (see Seebohm, 1881), which presumably didn't help. But the specimen later resurfaced, and was examined by Bates, 1911, who identified it with Alethe alexandri Sharpe, 1901.

Alethe alexandri Sharpe, 1901:

("Similar to A. castanonota, but distinguished by black, and not deep brown, face sides. Total length 7.0 inches, that of culmen 0.8, of wing 3.6, of tail 2.2, of tarsus 1.05. Inhabits Efulen, Cameroon.")

Alethe castanonota Sharpe, 1871:

("A[lethe] with chesnut back : greyish head : whitish superciliary stripe : wings and tail deep brown, these washed chestnut externally : black chin : whitish throat, remaining underbody fulvescent. Total length 5.8, that of culmen 0.7, of wing 3.6, of tail 2.2, of tarsus 0.9." "a." denotes the first [and, in the present case, only] specimen; I presume "Fantee" refers to a place in current Ghana--the country of Fante people; Ussher is the collector.)

Cassin's name is currently in wide use for a subspecies of Brown-chested Alethe (now Chamaetylas poliocephala compsonota (Cassin), thus: Nigeria/Cameroon to NW Angola), following Mees, 1988 (who corrected the type locality of Trichophorus poliocephalus Bonaparte, 1850, previously thought to apply to the same taxon: this took Cassin's compsonota out of synonymy--while simultaneously making Sharpe's castanonota, which was in use prior to this, a junior synonym of poliocephala).

...However, this same name was also treated, without any explanation, as a synonym of Alethe diademata castanea (Cassin) by Mayr & Painter, 1964, in Peters' Check-list, which if correct would indeed imply Chamaetylas synonymous with Alethe, not with Pseudalethe. (And this may be the reason why the name was overlooked when Alethe was split...)
IOC Taxonomic Updates:

Replace Pseudalethe Beresford, 2003 with Chamaetylas Heine, 1860 which has priority.
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Adelura Bonaparte 1854

I have already remarked on this elsewhere, but this was lost in a threat on another subject, and I was then not acutely aware of the adoption of the name by H&M in a corrigendum.

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Edward Dickinson has kindly posted H&M4 vols 1 & 2 errata and spelling issues (plus many other publications) on ResearchGate.
www.researchgate.net/profile/Edward_Dickinson/publications
The errata and corrigenda to vol 2 [here] include:
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PHOENICUROPSIS should have been treated as an objective junior synonym of ADELURA (which is fem.). Consequently the four species concerned become Adelura frontalis (Vigors, 1831), Adelura schisticeps (J.E. & G.R. Gray, 1847) Adelura coeruleocephala (Vigors, 1831) and Adelura erythronota (Eversmann, 1841).
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ADELURA Bonaparte, 1854 takes the following type designation note “Phoenicura coeruleocephala Vigors, 1831; type by original designation“. The following footnote replaces footnote 6: “Sangster et al. (2010) [2414] suggested use of Phoenicuropsis Wolters, 1980 [2971] for species frontalis and possibly schisticeps. Ertan (2006) [884] and Voelker (2010) [2819] found that species coeruleocephala and erythronota were part of this clade, consequently the name Adelura Bonaparte, 1854 has priority.“
(If the type of Adelura was coeruleocephala, that of Phoenicuropsis being frontalis, the synonymy would be subjective, not objective as claimed in the first note above. But this is not the main problem.)

Adelura Bonaparte 1854
Bonaparte CL. 1854. Notes sur les collections rapportées en 1853, par M. A. Delattre, de son voyage en Californie et dans le Nicaragua. Quatrième communication: chanteurs subulirostres. C.R. Hebd. Séan. Acad. Sci. Paris, 38: 1-11.
p. 8: https://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/1215399
OINS: Adelura caeruleocephala (Vigors), A. rubeculoides (Vigors)
Type species, by original designation: Phoenicura rubeculoides Vigors 1831
Vigors NA. 1831. [Observations on a collection of birds from the Himalayan mountain, with characters of new genera and species. Third part.] Proc. Comm. Sci. Corr. Zool. Soc. London, 1: 35.
p. 35: https://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/12861443

Bonaparte's original wording is admittedly somewhat convoluted, but it is fully unambiguous if given a closer look:
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[...] il faut en outre purger le genre Ruticilla de caeruleocephala, Vig., qui ne doit pas être séparée de sa rubeculoides. Mais qu'il soit bien entendu que c'est cet oiseau, qui n'est pas un Muscicapide, qu'il faut rapprocher des Saxicoliens, parmi lesquels nous le placerons comme type du genre Adelura, Bp., en compagnie de celui que nous faisons sortir de Ruticilla.
This would translate as:
"[...] the genus Ruticilla must also be rid of caeruleocephala, Vig., which must not be separated from his rubeculoides. But let it be understood that it is this bird, which is not a muscicapid, that must be brought near the saxicolians, among which we will place it as the type of the genus Adelura, Bp., along with the one we are taking out of Ruticilla."
To which bird "cet oiseau" ("this bird") refers is ambiguous if the text that follows is ignored – the demonstrative ("cet") could be intended as pointing either to the bird that was the subject of the preceding phrase (that would mean caeruleocephala), or to the bird that was last cited in this phrase (which was rubeculoides). However, the end leaves no room for doubt. The designated type is a bird that must be brought closer to the chats, instead of being regarded a flycatcher; only rubeculoides was ever regarded a flycatcher. And, most importantly: the designated type is the bird that is there moved to Adelura along with the bird that is taken out of Ruticilla; thus it is not that bird (which is caeruleocephala), it is the other one (therefore, unescapably, rubeculoides).

As a consequence, Adelura is a synonym of Cyornis.

Phoenicuropsis should be used (as it was in the printed version of Dickinson & Christidis 2014, even though this may indeed have originally resulted from an oversight).

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Adelura is a synonym of Cyornis.

Phoenicuropsis should be used
In the seperately printed "Notes ornithologiques sur les collections rapportées en 1853 par M.A. Delattre : et classification parallélique des passereaux chanteurs" On page 79 Bonaparte says: "Éliminez du genre Cyornis la Phœnicura rubeculoides, Vig., qui est, comme nous l’avons
vu , une seconde espèce de mon genre Adelura , et ajoutez, par contre, Muscicapa hyacin-
thiria, Temm., PI. col. 3o, i mas, 2 fæm., de Timor. Cccrulea (etiam in pectore) : abdomine
rufo" Google Eliminate from the genus Cyornis the Phoenicura rubeculoides, Vig., Which is, as we have
seen, a second species of my genus Adelura, and add, on the other hand, Muscicapa hyacinth-
thiria, Temm., PI. collar. 3o, i mas, 2 fæm., Of Timor. Ccrcrea (etiam in pectore): abdominus
rufo. Does this make any difference?
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Entire classification now available for free download as spreadsheet. Original version and 4.1 updated this month:


https://www.howardandmoore.org/howar...oore-database/
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Entire classification now available for free download as spreadsheet. Original version and 4.1 updated this month:
Interestingly, version 4.1 includes some changes from the original version, although I can't find anything on the website which describes those changes. The first difference I see is that 4.1 includes Alopochen mauritiana and Alopochen kervazoi, which are extinct species. But there must be more changes because the number of rows in the two spreadsheets are significantly different.
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Entire classification now available for free download as spreadsheet. Original version and 4.1 updated this month:


https://www.howardandmoore.org/howar...oore-database/
Thank you very much Joseph.
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Interestingly, version 4.1 includes some changes from the original version, although I can't find anything on the website which describes those changes.
It's not my place to produce a description of the changes, but here's my brief summary:
  • 40 new species, of which 37 are extinct species.
  • Diacritic marks removed from almost all English names.
  • Omani Owl added as Strix omanensis.
  • "Sri Lankan" changed to "Sri Lanka" in English names.
  • Miscellaneous spelling corrections.
  • A small number of taxonomic changes.
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And, the English names for birds in genus Pseudoseisura have been changed from "Cachalote" to "Cacholote" in response to peer pressure in the form of other world checklists.
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H&M4_vs_H&M4.1

Howard & Moore 4 (incl. Errata and Corrigenda and Appendix 5 for extinct species) vs Howard & Moore version 4.1 (Aug. 2018)

Species added:

Nystalus obamai
Penelopides affinis
Penelopides manillae
Penelopides mindorensis
Strix omanensis


Species deleted:

Tockus damarensis


Subspecies added
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Tockus erythrorhynchus damarensis
Zosterops montanus gilli


Subspecies deleted:

Accipiter gundlachi gundlachi
Accipiter gundlachi wileyi
Penelopides panini mindorensis


Changes of scientific names of spp and sspp:

Nesoenas duboisi / Streptopelia duboisi
Nesoenas cicur / Streptopelia cicur
Nesoenas rodericana / Streptopelia rodericanus
Gallicolumba ferruginea / Alopecoenas ferrugineus
Fulica newtoni / Fulica newtonii
Mimizuku gurneyi / Otus gurneyi
Tockus camurus / Lophoceros camurus
Tockus alboterminatus / Lophoceros alboterminatus
Tockus bradfieldi / Lophoceros bradfieldi
Tockus fasciatus / Lophoceros fasciatus
Tockus hemprichii / Lophoceros hemprichii
Tockus nasutus / Lophoceros nasutus
Tockus pallidirostris / Lophoceros pallidirostris
Tockus hartlaubi / Horizocerus hartlaubi
Tropicranus albocristatus / Horizocerus albocristatus
Ptilolaemus tickelli / Anorrhinus tickelli
Ptilolaemus austeni / Anorrhinus austeni
Rhyticeros corrugatus / Rhabdotorrhinus corrugatus
Penelopides exarhatus / Rhabdotorrhinus exarhatus
Rhyticeros waldeni / Rhabdotorrhinus waldeni
Rhyticeros leucocephalus / Rhabdotorrhinus leucocephalus
Necropsittacus rodericanus / Necropsittacus rodricanus
Vini australis / Coriphilus australis
Vini kuhlii / Coriphilus kuhlii
Vini stepheni / Coriphilus stepheni
Vini peruviana / Coriphilus peruvianus
Vini ultramarina / Coriphilus ultramarinus
Dendrocitta baileii / Dendrocitta bayleii
Zosterops capensis / Zosterops virens
Buphagus erythrorhynchus / Buphagus erythrorynchus
Ploceus nigrimentus / Ploceus nigrimentum
Taeniopygia bichenoii / Taeniopygia bichenovii
Arremon torquatus / Arremon affinis
Icterus bullockii / Icterus bullockiorum
Sicalis uropigyalis / Sicalis uropygialis
Dendragapus obscurus sierrae / Dendragapus fuliginosus sierrae
Dendragapus obscurus howardi / Dendragapus fuliginosus howardi
Treron apicauda laotinus / Treron apicauda laotianus
Irediparra gallinacea novaeguineae / Irediparra gallinacea novaeguinae
Tockus camurus pulchrirostris / Lophoceros camurus pulchrirostris
Tockus camurus camurus / Lophoceros camurus camurus
Tockus alboterminatus alboterminatus / Lophoceros alboterminatus alboterminatus
Tockus alboterminatus geloensis / Lophoceros alboterminatus geloensis
Tockus alboterminatus suahelicus / Lophoceros alboterminatus suahelicus
Tockus fasciatus fasciatus / Lophoceros fasciatus fasciatus
Tockus fasciatus semifasciatus / Lophoceros fasciatus semifasciatus
Tockus nasutus nasutus / Lophoceros nasutus nasutus
Tockus nasutus epirhinus / Lophoceros nasutus epirhinus
Tockus pallidirostris pallidirostris / Lophoceros pallidirostris pallidirostris
Tockus pallidirostris neumanni / Lophoceros pallidirostris neumanni
Tockus hartlaubi hartlaubi / Horizocerus hartlaubi hartlaubi
Tockus hartlaubi granti / Horizocerus hartlaubi granti
Tropicranus albocristatus albocristatus / Horizocerus albocristatus albocristatus
Tropicranus albocristatus macrourus / Horizocerus albocristatus macrourus
Tropicranus albocristatus cassini / Horizocerus albocristatus cassini
Rhyticeros corrugatus rugosus / Rhabdotorrhinus corrugatus rugosus
Rhyticeros corrugatus corrugatus / Rhabdotorrhinus corrugatus corrugatus
Penelopides exarhatus exarhatus / Rhabdotorrhinus exarhatus exarhatus
Penelopides exarhatus sanfordi / Rhabdotorrhinus exarhatus sanfordi
Penelopides panini manillae / Penelopides manillae manillae
Penelopides panini subniger / Penelopides manillae subniger
Penelopides panini samarensis / Penelopides affinis samarensis
Penelopides panini affinis / Penelopides affinis affinis
Penelopides panini basilanicus / Penelopides affinis basilanicus
Sericornis frontalis tregallasi / Sericornis frontalis tregellasi
Melanorectes nigrescens burgersi / Melanorectes nigrescens buergersi
Zosterops capensis capensis / Zosterops virens capensis
Zosterops capensis virens / Zosterops virens virens
Laticilla burnesii nepalicola / Laticilla burnesii nipalensis
Arachnothera longirostra cinireicollis / Arachnothera longirostra cinereicollis
Taeniopygia bichenoii annulosa / Taeniopygia bichenovii annulosa
Taeniopygia bichenoii bichenoii / Taeniopygia bichenovii bichenovii
Anthus cinnamomeus spurium / Anthus cinnamomeus spurius
Arremon torquatus torquatus / Arremon affinis affinis
Arremon torquatus fimbriatus / Arremon affinis fimbriatus
Arremon torquatus borellii / Arremon affinis borellii
Sicalis uropigyalis sharpei / Sicalis uropygialis sharpei
Sicalis uropigyalis uropigyalis / Sicalis uropygialis uropygialis


also

Gallus lafayettii [paper copy of book]/ Gallus lafayetii

Changes of scientific names of families:

Tachurididae / Tachurisidae

and surprisingly also

Calcariidae / Plectrophenacidae

See text in Errata and Corrigenda to Volume 2 [26_01_2015]:

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Replace PLECTROPHENACIDAE with the name CALCARIIDAE. LR The name Plectrophenacidae as listed by Bock (1994) has not been validly introduced. Unlike the name Plectrophanes Meyer, 1822, the root name Plectrophenax Stejneger, 1882 is not a junior synonym of Calcarius Bechstein, 1802, however as long as no subfamily is required there is no need to formally describe this family-group, based on Stejneger's genus.
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