Alphachlamydera cerviniventris,

Lecroy, Mary, 2014, Type Specimens Of Birds In The American Museum Of Natural History Part 12. Passeriformes: Ploceidae, Sturnidae, Buphagidae, Oriolidae, Dicruridae, Callaeidae, Grallinidae, Corcoracidae, Artamidae, Cracticidae, Ptilonorhynchidae, Cnemophilidae, Paradisaeidae, And Corvidae, Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 2014 (393), pp. 1-165: 91

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.1206/885.1

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4630279

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/0398542A-1964-FF88-6AD2-95E51DDAFDC4

treatment provided by

Felipe

scientific name

Alphachlamydera cerviniventris
status

 

[ Alphachlamydera cerviniventris  nova]

This name was introduced by Mathews (1915a: 132), who noted that the type was from ‘‘New Guinea’’ and darker than A. c. cerviniventris  . I did not find a New Guinea specimen of Chlamydera cerviniventris  in AMNH that had been in the Mathews Collection.

CNEMOPHILIDAE 

Mayr (1962d: 181–183) included the Cnemophilidae  as a subfamily of the Paradisaeidae  , but recent molecular studies have found the cnemophiline species to comprise a family far removed from paradisaeids ( Barker et al., 2004; Irestedt and Ohlson, 2008; and Aggerbeck et al., 2014). Because the order of the AMNH type lists follow the order of families in the Peters Check-list series, the Cnemophilidae  are placed here but accorded family rank.