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Myiobius atricaudus snethlagei

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Old Monday 2nd September 2019, 12:36   #26
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Very similar wrote Stresemann in his obituary (#1) about Emil Heinrich Snethlage. As well the connection Hellmayr Snethlage was described there (but all in German).
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Old Monday 2nd September 2019, 16:29   #27
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HBW Alive Key updated, amended, and split into two entries:
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Dr Henriette Mathilde Maria Elisabeth Emilie Snethlage (1868-1929) German ornithologist, pioneer field worker, collector in Amazonia 1905-1929, Director of Goeldi Mus. 1914-1922 (subsp. Campylorhamphus trochilirostris, Conopophaga, subsp. Hemitriccus minor, syn. Odontophorus gujanensis, Pyrrhura).
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Dr Emil Heinrich Snethlage (1879-1939) German ornithologist, botanist, collector in Brazil, nephew of Dr Emilie Snethlage (Martin Schneider in litt.) (subsp. Myiobius atricaudus).
... which I think might very well be all correct, regarding dedicatees, synonymity, etc. etc. But, James, not regarding the protonym of Emilie's "Odontophorus gujanensis snethlagei" PINTO 1938 (OD in post #19).

Now the heading/s doesn't match!

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Your word is my command - abracadabra, and the deed is done. So much to do, so little time.
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James, quick as ever, "abracadabra" is the word!

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Dr Henriette Mathilde Maria Elisabeth Emilie Snethlage (1868-1929) German ornithologist, pioneer field worker, collector in Amazonia 1905-1929, Director of Goeldi Mus. 1914-1922 (subsp. Campylorhamphus trochilirostris, Conopophaga, subsp. Hemitriccus minor, Pyrrhura).
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● Dr Emil Heinrich Snethlage (1879-1939) German ornithologist, botanist, collector in Brazil, nephew of Dr Emilie Snethlage (Martin Schneider in litt.) (subsp. Myiobius atricaudus).
● Dr Henriette Mathilde Maria Elisabeth Emilie Snethlage (1868-1929) German ornithologist, pioneer field worker, collector in Amazonia 1905-1929, Director of Goeldi Mus. 1914-1922 (syn. Odontophorus gujanensis).
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