Proc.Acad.Nat.Sci.Philadelphia: PSITTACULA LINEOLA, nobi

TitelProc.Acad.Nat.Sci.Philadelphia: PSITTACULA LINEOLA, nobi
MedientypJournal Article
Jahr der Veröffentlichung1852
AutorenCassin, J.
JournalProceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia

Form. Small; size of P. passeri).fi (Linn.) Wings with the first and second
quills longest and nearly equal; tail feathers pointed, the two central feathers
longest, .acuminated; bill tumid ; tarsi and feet strong.
Dimensions. Total length (of skin) from tip of bill to end of tail about 6
inches; wing 4; tail 2i inches.
Colors. Shoulders black. Entire plumage above and below green, slightly
tinged with brownish on the back, and with yellow on the under parts, rump,
upper and under tail coverts, most obvious on the latter. Every feather of the
entire plumage except the quills and tail narrowly tipped with black, nearly obsolete on the mididle of the breast and abdomen, buit very conspicuous on the
head, neck, back, rump, coverts of the wing and tail, sides and flanks, and assiiming the character of rounded terminal spots on the upper and under coverts
of the tail.
Quills green on their outer webs, brownish black on their inner webs, tinged
with green and paler on their inner margins; tail feathers green, the two central
feathers with a line of brownish black along their shafts and tipped with the
same color; other tail feathers also brownish black along their shafts and on
their inner margins. Bill, tarsi and feet light colored.
Hab. Mexico, National bridge.
Obs. This little Parrot does not appear to be nearly related to any other species, and at first sight bears a greater resemblance to some of the small Australian species than to any which are American. Two specimens are in the collection, one brought by Mr. Pease from the vicinity of the National bridge, and the
other collected by Mr. Bruzin, also in Mexico.


Namensanpassung nach Zuordnung zu Bolborhynchus

Der Artname muss dem Genus des Gattungsnamens folgen.
Cassin hat als Gattungsnamen PSITTACULA verwendet und dazu korrekt lineola, also eine weibliche Form des Artnamens verwendet.
Nach einordnung in die Gattung Bolborhynchus muss die Artbezeichnung ins männliche angepasst werden.
Das wäre dann lineolatus.
Diese Korrektur hat schon Baird durchgeführt laut Finch1.

Die korrekte Benennung ist also eigentlich Bolborhynchus lineolatus und nicht B.lineola wie aktuell meist verwendet.

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