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Old Thursday 4th June 2020, 11:40   #1
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Chesser R.T., Harvey M.G., Brumfield R.T. & Derryberry E.P., 2020. A revised classification of the Xolmiini (Aves: Tyrannidae: Fluvicolinae), including a new genus for Muscisaxicola fluviatilis. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 133: 35-48.

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Old Thursday 4th June 2020, 18:18   #2
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What is the new genus for Muscisaxicola fluviatilis? Have they resurrected Hydrozetetes?
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What is the new genus for Muscisaxicola fluviatilis? Have they resurrected Hydrozetetes?
Hydrozetetes for fluviatilis ? I think is a nomen nudum, synonym of Xolmis


The new genus is called :


Ta daaaa


Syrtidicola gen. nov.

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I wondered who would spot my deliberate mistake.
If Syrtidicola is from the Greek name Surtis, Surtidos for some shallow treacherous gulfs on the coast of Libya what is the relevance?
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Etymology.—The generic name, from
the stem of the genitive syrtidos (sandbar
or sandbank) Latinized from Greek and
the Latin cola (dweller), when combined
with the species name fluviatilis (riverine),
indicates that this species inhabits sandbars along rivers. The name is masculine in
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