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Old Wednesday 25th March 2020, 14:45   #1
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Question on Arnaldo de Winkelreid Bertoni (1878-1973)

Arnaldo de Winkelreid Bertoni (1878-1973) was honered in Euscarthmus gularis bertonii p. 162 (in the document 56/90) according the key a synonym for Poecilotriccus plumbeiceps.

Arnaldo de Winkelried Bertoni. Primer zoólogo paraguayo seems to be a good source of his life. There is written:

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Arnaldo de Winkelried Bertoni nació en un pequeño pueblito -casi una aldea- de Lottiga, en el valle alpino del Blenio, en la Suiza italiana, el 28
de diciembre de 1878. Era hijo del afamado naturalista Moisés Santiago Bertoni (1857-1929) y de su esposa Eugenia Rossetti (1856-1929), miembros ambos de familias de antiguo arraigo local. Fue el segundo hijo de la que sería una familia numerosa.
So he was born at 28. December 1878 in Lottiga (must be somwhere near Blenio)

Further more is there written:

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Falleció en Asunción en agosto de 1973.
Means he died in August 1973 in Asunción (Paraguay).

Does anyone know the exact date of his death?
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Old Wednesday 25th March 2020, 16:41   #2
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Martin, in my MS this (originally Swiss) guy is Arnold de Winkelried Bertoni (1878–1973), a k a "Arnoldo …" or "Arnaldo de Winkelried Bertoni" (in Paraguay and South America) ... thus not "Winkelreid" (as in today's Key, nor like in the heading of this thread).

Either way; I have no idea of the exact date of his death?

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You are right. My copy and paste error from the key.

One addition the place of birth is Lottigna and not Lottiga.

ARNALDO DE WINKELRIED BERTONI (1878-1973) Primer zoólogo paraguayo

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Old Thursday 26th March 2020, 16:21   #4
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Today's updated HBW (still) Alive Key:
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Arnaldo de Winkelried Bertoni (1878-1973) Swiss immigrant to Paraguay, ornithologist (his father, Dr Moisés Santiago Bertoni, funded a Swiss colony in that country) (syn. Poecilotriccus plumbeiceps).
Agreement and concordance (at least on the de Winkelried part).

Serenity rules.

Björn

PS. The only additional piece/s that might/could be added (if of interest), is his original given name (Arnold), a k a Arnoldo, and the ditto/s of his Father; "Moisés Santiago" (Originally; Mosè Giacomo) Bertoni (1857–1929).


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It could be that his grave is to find here if I read:

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El sitio se compone de la casa- museo de Bertoni, el Auditorio Winkelried Bertoni, el cementerio, el sendero Arroyo Bertoni, el sendero Kuri`y, la playa y el lugar en donde conviven 12 familias mbya guaraní.
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But he seems not in the family grave if I look here.
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