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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
gender.
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It seems that a nomen Myiophila would be available for two species of Fluvicola, but I forgot the name of the author of the genus
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In my notes, I have:
Name : Myiophila
Authority : Reichenbach
Year : 1850
OD ref : Reichenbach HGL. 1849-52. Avium Systema Naturale. Das naturliche System der Vögel mit hundert Tafeln grösstentheils Original-Abbildungen der bis jetzt entechten fast zwölfhundert typischen formen. Expedition der vollständigsten Naturgeschichte, Dresden & Leipzig.
Page : pl. LXVII
OD link : https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/47618497
Included nominal species : None in OD (illustration only). In: Cabanis J, Heine F. 1859-1860. Museum heineanum. Verzeichniss der ornithologischen Sammlung des Oberamtmann Ferdinand Heine, auf Gut St. Burchard vor Halberstadt. II. Theil, die Schreivögel enthaltend. R Ftrantz, Halberstadt.; p. 40; https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/49587893 : Fluvicola pica
Type species : Muscicapa pica Boddaert 1783
Type species valid syn. : in use
Fixation by : subsequent monotypy
Fixation ref : Cabanis J, Heine F. 1859-1860. Museum heineanum. Verzeichniss der ornithologischen Sammlung des Oberamtmann Ferdinand Heine, auf Gut St. Burchard vor Halberstadt. II. Theil, die Schreivögel enthaltend. R Ftrantz, Halberstadt.
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Type OD ref : Boddaert P. 1783. Table des planches enluminéez d'histoire naturelle de M. D'Aubenton; Avec les denominations de M.M. de Buffon, Brisson, Edwards, Linnaeus et Latham, precedé d'une notice des principaux ouvrages zoologiques enluminés. S.n., Utrecht.
Page : 42
Type OD link : https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/27822662
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Available : yes
Family : Tyrannidae
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Thanks.
Hoping it wasn't preoccupied, because unfortunately I deleted the email James sent me
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Hoping it wasn't preoccupied, because unfortunately I deleted the email James sent me
There are two junior homonyms (one in Platysteiridae, the other in Pachycephalidae), but nothing senior, so far as I'lm aware.

There is an issue with the typification, actually -- before Cabanis, Gray (Gray GR. 1855. Catalogue of the genera and subgenera of birds contained in the British Museum. British Museum, London.; p. 48; https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/17136687) listed Myiophila as a syn. of Arundinicola, for which he designated Todus leucocephalus Pallas as a type. If Gray is regarded as having thereby "expressly included" Todus leucocephalus in Myiophila (through the synonymy), then the type under the standard provisions of the Code becomes Todus leucocephalus Pallas.
(What Reichenbach's plate shows is quite clearly pica Boddaert. But an illustrated specimen cannot act as the type of the genus -- only a nominal species, with a given type series, can. The inclusion would in fact not even be a "misidentification" of the type by Gray - it would merely reflect his suggestive opinion that Todus leucocephalus Pallas and the bird illustrated by Reichenbach are congeneric, which is a perfectly respectable reason to include the species in Reichenbach's genus.)
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In doubt, I leave pica and albiventer in Fluvicola ><
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