Tangara aurulenta goodsoni Hartert

LeCroy, Mary, 2012, Type Specimens Of Birds In The American Museum Of Natural History Part 10. Passeriformes: Emberizidae: Emberizinae, Catamblyrhynchinae, Cardinalinae, Thraupinae, And Tersininae, Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 2012 (368), pp. 1-125: 93

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http://doi.org/ 10.1206/775.1

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scientific name

Tangara aurulenta goodsoni Hartert
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Tangara aurulenta goodsoni Hartert  

Tangara aurulenta goodsoni Hartert, 1913: 78 (Gualea)   .

Now Tangara arthus goodsoni Hartert, 1913   . See Hellmayr, 1936: 109–110, Isler and Isler, 1999: 289–290, and Dickinson, 2003: 810.

LECTOTYPE: AMNH 512903 View Materials , adult male, collected at Gualea, 00.07N, 78.50W (Payn- GoogleMaps  

ter, 1993), Pichincha, Ecuador, in August 1898, by Walter Goodfellow and Claud Hamilton. From the Rothschild Collection.

COMMENTS: In the original description, the type was said to be a male from Gualea collected in August 1898 from the Walter Goodfellow collection and the type series to comprise 15 specimens from western Ecuador. Twelve of the 15 specimens came to AMNH with the Rothschild Collection , three of which have the data ascribed to the type. Hartert (1919: 150) listed the type of goodsoni as being in the Rothschild Collection but did not distinguish among the three bearing the same data. AMNH 512903 View Materials bears a Rothschild type label, was Hartert’s intended type, and was cataloged as the type at AMNH. I hereby designate AMNH 512903 View Materials as the lectotype of Tangara aurulenta goodsoni   , thus removing any ambiguity. The 11 paralectotypes in AMNH are: Canzacoto, AMNH 512898 View Materials , female, September 1898   ; Gualea , AMNH 512899–512902 View Materials , two males, two females, August 1898   ; near Intag , AMNH 512904–512909 View Materials , six males, July 1898   .

Hartert, in the original description, mentioned two ‘‘Bogota’’ specimens that seemingly agreed with goodsoni, but because he expressed doubt, I have not considered those specimens as paralectotypes.

Goodfellow (1901, 1902) wrote an account of his trip with Hamilton to Colombia and Ecuador.

AMNH

American Museum of Natural History

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Chordata

Class

Aves

Order

Passeriformes

Family

Thraupidae

Genus

Tangara

Loc

Tangara aurulenta goodsoni Hartert

LeCroy, Mary 2012
2012
Loc

Tangara arthus goodsoni

Isler, M. I. & P. R. Isler 1999: 289
Hellmayr, C. E. 1936: 109
1936
Loc

Tangara aurulenta goodsoni

Hartert, E. 1913: 78
1913