Crimson-bellied Parakeet / Pyrrhura perlata

Crimson-bellied Parakeet / Pyrrhura perlata

Crimson-bellied Parakeet

SCI Name:  Pyrrhura perlata
Protonym:  Aratinga perlatus Av.Sp.Nov.Brasil. 1 p.35 pl.20
Category:  Psittaciformes / Psittacidae /
Taxonomy Code:  crbpar1
Type Locality:  Banks of the Amazon.
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Publish Year:  1824
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DEFINITIONS

PYRRHURA
(Psittacidae; Ϯ Maroon-bellied Parakeet P. frontalis) Gr. πυρρος purrhos  red  < πυρ pur, πυρος puros  fire; ουρα oura  tail (cf. specific name Microsittace pyrrhura Bonaparte, 1854 (= syn. Pyrrhura molinae)); "Subfam. 2. Conurinae.  ...   14. Pyrrhura, Bp.   34. vittata, Shaw. (undulata, Ill.  fasciata? Spix.)   35. devillii, Mass.   36. molinae, Mass. (phonicura, Licht.  pyrrhura, Reich.)   37. beryllina, Souanc.   38. melanura, Spix.   39. leucotis, Kuhl.   40. calliptera, Mass.   41. versicolor, Gm. (cyanoptera, Boddanaca, Wagl.)  ?squamata, Lath.   42. luciani, Deville.   43. cruentata, Wied. (squamosus? Kuhl, nec Aucterythrogaster, Shawcyanogularis, Spix.)   44. rupicola, Tschudi.   45. chiripepe, Vieill. ex Azara.   46. chlorogenys, Wagl. (perlatus, faem. Spix.)   47. lepida, Wagl (perlatus, mas. Spix.)" (Bonaparte 1856); "Pyrrhura Bonaparte, Naumannia, 6, 1856, Consp. Psitt. in Beilage no. 1, genus 14. Type, by subsequent designation, Psittacus vittatus Shaw (not of Boddaert) = Psittacus frontalis Vieillot." (Peters 1937, III, 194). Many parrots in this group have maroon or red tails.

pyrrhura
Gr. πυρρος purrhos  flame-coloured, red  < πυρ pur, πυρος puros  fire; -ουρος -ouros -tailed  < ουρα oura  tail.

perlata / perlatum / perlatus
Mod. L. perlatus  perlated, pearly  < Med. L. perla  pearl  < L. lapis perlucidulus  pearl  < perlucere  to be transparent (cf. Med. L. perlatus  very wide  < L. latus  wide).
● ex “Tetrao chinensis” of Osbeck 1757, “Perdix chinensis” of Brisson 1760, “Perdrix de la Chine” of de Buffon 1770-1783, and “Pearled Partridge” of Latham 1783 (syn. Francolinus pintadeanus).
● ex “Chevêchette Perlée” of Levaillant 1810 (Glaucidium).
● ex “Tuidara” of Marcgrave 1648 (syn. Tyto pratincola).