Bonaparte did not use any name from Reichenbach's Aufzählung in Tableau des oiseaux-mouches, but he used a significant number of them in :Would anyone, by chance, happen to know on which (actual) base Reichenbach's Aufzählung der Colibris may be told to have been published in "March" 1854 ?
In the proposal, Bruce & Stiles suggest that this was "demonstrated" (= claimed ?) by Cabanis & Heine 1860, but Cabanis & Heine "Mai" = May (not "März" = March). This would make this work later than the separate edition of Bonaparte's Tableau des oiseaux-mouches (presented to the Académie and said to be just published at the séance of 24 April 1854: see here; noticed as having been published on 6 May 1854 in Bibliogr. France: here; "Jun." = June as per C&H 1860 presumably refers to the journal version of the work, which appeared later).
(In the contemporary literature, I can find no references to it as a published work before the second half of 1854 -- see here. The earliest actual date on which I find a reference to the Extraheft (only the Erinnerungsschrift cited, not the Aufzählung; I'm not fully sure this would concern it too) is 21 Sep 1854 -- here.)
The proposal 926 was changed to: Change linear sequence of species in Epinecrophylla
I thought I had read the entire paper before writing my answer. However, right now I cannot find where I have access to the full version?Niels, I suggest reading the paper. As we say in the abstract "...in areas of the United States and Canada with >1 species...." and "...whereas only Ruby-throated Hummingbird (Archilochus colubris) breeds east of the Mississippi." So yes if you include a ton of birds banded in areas with no sympatric species the raw value is 0.03, but the value for places with two or more breeding species is on the order of 0.1%
cclark, thank you for sharing, this article is very interesting:
Thank you for this. I see the statement in there that you gave in post 311
but the value for places with two or more breeding species is on the order of 0.1%