Black-bellied Cicadabird / Edolisoma montanum

Black-bellied Cicadabird / Edolisoma montanum

Black-bellied Cicadabird

SCI Name:  Edolisoma montanum
Protonym:  Campephaga montona Sitz.K.Akad.Wiss.Wien 69 p.386
Category:  Passeriformes / Campephagidae /
Taxonomy Code:  bkbcus2
Type Locality:  Arfak Mts.
Author:  
Publish Year:  1874
IUCN Status:  

DEFINITIONS

EDOLISOMA
(Campephagidae; New Guinea Cicadabird E. melas) Genus Edolius Cuvier, 1816, drongo; Gr. σωμα sōma, σωματος sōmatos  body; "GENRE EDOLISOME. — EDOLISOMA, Nob.  Ce genre est établi d'après une espèce intermédiaire, par ses formes, entre les Ceblepyris et les Edolius.  Le bec est assez large à la base, et se comprime de plus en plus en se rapprochant de la pointe.  Mais les plumes du croupion sont épineuses comme dans les Graucalus, Ceblepyris et Lalage.  La type est l'EDOLISOME DE MARESCOT. — EDOLISOMA MARESCOTI ." (Jacquinot & Pucheran 1853); "Edolisoma Jacquinot and Pucheran, 1853, Voyage Pole Sud, Zool., 3, p. 69.  Type, by original designation, Edolisoma marescoti Gray." (Peters, 1960, IX, p. 168); "EDOLISOMA Jacquinot & Pucheran, 1853  N — Campephaga marescoti G. R. Gray, 1846; type by original designation = Lanius melas Lesson, 1828" (Dickinson and Christidis (eds.), H. & M. Complete Checklist, 4th ed., 2014, 2 (Passerines), p. 180).
Var. Edoliisoma, Edoliosoma.
Synon. Analisoma, Eucampophaga, Graucasoma, Lisomada, Metagraucalus.

montanum / montanus
L. montanus  found on mountains, mountain-, mountaineer  < mons, montis  mountain.
● “We saw abundance of these birds in the mountainous Countries of Stiria and Carinthia, as we travelled from Vienna to Venice” (Ray 1678); "98. FRINGILLA.  ...  montana.  28. F. remigibus rectricibusque fuscis, corpore griseo nigroque, alarum fascia alba gemina.  Passer montanus. Aldr. orn. t. 15. c. 15. Olin. av. 46. Raj, av. 87.  Habitat in Europa.  Simillima Fr. domesticæ sed minor & fascia duplex in alarum tegetibus alba s. tectrices alarum primi secundique ordinis albi, at in F. domestica tantum secundi." (Linnaeus 1758) (Passer).
● Montana, USA (subsp. Junco oreganus).
● Montana Sierra, Valle, Venezuela (syn. Megascops choliba crucigerus).
● ex “Braunes Feldhuhn” of Frisch 1733-1763, “Perdix montana” of Brisson 1760, and “Perdrix de montagne” of d’Aubenton 1765-1781, pl. 136, and de Buffon 1770-1783 (syn. Perdix perdix).
● ex “Merula montana” of Brisson 1760, and “Merle de montagne” of d’Aubenton 1765-1781, pl. 182 (syn. Turdus torquatus).

SUBSPECIES

Black-bellied Cicadabird (montanum)
SCI Name: Edolisoma montanum montanum
montanum / montanus
L. montanus  found on mountains, mountain-, mountaineer  < mons, montis  mountain.
● “We saw abundance of these birds in the mountainous Countries of Stiria and Carinthia, as we travelled from Vienna to Venice” (Ray 1678); "98. FRINGILLA.  ...  montana.  28. F. remigibus rectricibusque fuscis, corpore griseo nigroque, alarum fascia alba gemina.  Passer montanus. Aldr. orn. t. 15. c. 15. Olin. av. 46. Raj, av. 87.  Habitat in Europa.  Simillima Fr. domesticæ sed minor & fascia duplex in alarum tegetibus alba s. tectrices alarum primi secundique ordinis albi, at in F. domestica tantum secundi." (Linnaeus 1758) (Passer).
● Montana, USA (subsp. Junco oreganus).
● Montana Sierra, Valle, Venezuela (syn. Megascops choliba crucigerus).
● ex “Braunes Feldhuhn” of Frisch 1733-1763, “Perdix montana” of Brisson 1760, and “Perdrix de montagne” of d’Aubenton 1765-1781, pl. 136, and de Buffon 1770-1783 (syn. Perdix perdix).
● ex “Merula montana” of Brisson 1760, and “Merle de montagne” of d’Aubenton 1765-1781, pl. 182 (syn. Turdus torquatus).

Black-bellied Cicadabird (bicinia)
SCI Name: Edolisoma montanum bicinia
bicinia
L. bicinium  duet  < bi-  two-  < bis  twice; canere  to sing.