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Systematic Notes on Asian Birds: 9-21

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Series: Zoologische Verhandelingen Volume: 335
By: RWRJ Dekker and EC Dickinson
252 pages, Col illus
Systematic Notes on Asian Birds: 9-21
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About this book

Presents papers 9-21 of an invitational series dealing mainly with the taxonomy and nomenclature of the birds of a broadly defined Oriental Region.

Contents


9 = The "Nouveau recuil de planches coloriees" of Temmick & Laugier
(1820-1839)
10 = The "Nouveau recuil de planches coloriees" of Temmick &
Laugier (1820-1839): the little known impression of 1850
11 = Preliminary review of the Alaudidae
12 = Types of the Alaudidae
13 = Preliminary review of the hurundinidae
14 = Types of the Hirundinidae
15 = Nomenclatural issues concerning the common sand martin Riparia
riparia (Linnaeus, 1758) and the plase sand martin R.diluta (sharpe
and Wyatt, 1893), with a new synonymy
16 = The type of the Pitta baudii Muller & Schlegel, 1839 (pittidae)
17 = Types of birds collected in yunnan by George Forrest and
described by Walter Rothschild
18 = Some nomenclatural issues relating to Japanese taxa described in
the Planches Coloiees (1820-1839) and fauna Japonica, Aves (1844-1850)
19 = Type material from Japan in the Natural History Museum, Tring, UK
20 = Recent additions to the list of type specimens of birds collected
by Walter Koelz in the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology
21 = Babbler jungle: a re-evaluation of the 'pyrrogenys' group of
Asian pellorneines (Timaliidae)

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Journal / Magazine
Series: Zoologische Verhandelingen Volume: 335
By: RWRJ Dekker and EC Dickinson
252 pages, Col illus
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