American Museum Novitates; Bird Papers Volume 2-243

American Museum Novitates; Bird Papers Volume 2-243

List price: US$19.40

Currently unavailable

Add to wishlist

AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).

Try AbeBooks

Description

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 edition. Excerpt: ...3; Chone, 1; La Chonta, 1; Santa Rosa, 6; Portovelo, 1; Zaruma, 1; Casanga, 1; Rio Pindo, 2; Alamor, 1; Cebollal, 4; Rio Pullango, 1. Northwestern P1-mu: Paletillas, 2; Milagros, 1. M yiozeletes similis columbianus.----Cor.'ounlA: Santa Marta Region, 13; Chicoral, 2. PANAMA: Canal Zone, 4; Chiriqui, 6. VENEZUELA! Puerto Cabello, 2; Tucacas, Est. Falcon, 2; ElCuji, Est. Lara, 1; Las Trincheras, Est. Carabobo, 3; (four specimens from the lower Orinoco and northeastem Venezuela in their darker upperparts and slightly ochraceous-lined wings are near conmlvens). ' M1/iozctetes similis conm'ven.s.--P: au: Rio Chinchipe, 4; Perene, 6 (topotypical); Utcuyacu, 1; Idma, 1; (five specimens from southeastern Peru--Tavara, Astillero--have slightly more ochraceous in the wings than similis, but agree with connivens in the deeper yellow of the underparts). Eastern ECUADOR2 Zamora, 3; Rio Suno, 6. COLOMBIA2 Villavicencio, 3. VENEZUELA: San Fernando, upper Orinoco, 1 (lower Orinoco specimens might be included here). M/iozetetes similis s'imz'lis.----BRAzIL: Montealegre, Rio Amazon, 1; Bahia, 2; Rio Janeiro, 4. BoLIv1A: Todos Santos, Rio Chapare, 1. Comparing series with series and the distinguishing characters of the four races above mentioned are as follows: M. s. sim.ili.s.----Underparts palest; external margins of remiges and rectrices and inner margins of the former with the greatest amount of ochraceous-tawny. M. s. conm'verr..: .---Underparts deeper yellow and with less ochraceous-tawny in wings and tail, upperparts greener than in similis similis. ' M. s. columbinnus.---Size smallest, upperparts palest; no ochraceous--tawn_, -' in wings or tail; wing-lining bufiy (maize-yellow). M. s. pa-cificus.--Underparts deepest; size of similis and...show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 156 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 290g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236980379
  • 9781236980373