Dark-faced Ground-Tyrant / Muscisaxicola maclovianus

Dark-faced Ground-Tyrant / Muscisaxicola maclovianus

Dark-faced Ground-Tyrant

SCI Name:  Muscisaxicola maclovianus
Protonym:  Sylvia macloviana Voy.Coq. 1 livr.12 p.540
Category:  Passeriformes / Tyrannidae /
Taxonomy Code:  dafgrt1
Type Locality:  'lies Malouines, dans les environs de la bale de I''Huile, du port Duperrey et les vallees qui avoisinent I''Aiguade.
Author:  
Publish Year:  1826
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DEFINITIONS

MUSCISAXICOLA
(Tyrannidae; Ϯ Rufous-naped Ground Tyrant M. rufivertex) Portmanteau of genera Muscicapa Brisson 1760, flycatcher, and Saxicola auct. (= Oenanthe Vieillot 1816), wheatear; "G. MUSCISAXICOLA. Nob.   Pedibus valde elongatis, gracilibus, unguibus anticis brevibus, postice longiore parum curvato, alis prælongis, acuminatis; cauda mediocris apice recto; rostro tenui, valde compresso, elongato, non basi depresso, quibus omnibus characteribus habituque toto Saxicolis hujus generis species proxime accedunt.   ...   1. M. rufivertex, Nob.   ...   2. M. mentalis, Nob.   ...   3. M. maculirostris, Nob.   ...   4. M. striaticeps, Nob." (d'Orbigny & de La Fresnaye 1837); "Muscisaxicola d'Orbigny and Lafresnaye, 1837, Mag. Zool. [Paris], 7, cl. 2, p. 65. Type, by subsequent designation (G. R. Gray, 1840, List Genera Birds, p. 24), Muscisaxicola rufivertex d'Orbigny and Lafresnaye." (Traylor in Peters 1979, VIII, 168).
Synon. Ptyonura.

macloviana / maclovianus
Îles Malouines (named after fishermen and explorers from St. Malo, France) (Spanish Islas Malvinas) (= Falkland Is.).

SUBSPECIES

Dark-faced Ground-Tyrant (mentalis)
SCI Name: Muscisaxicola maclovianus mentalis
mentale / mentalis
Mod. L. mentalis  pertaining to the chin  < French mental of the chin  < L. mentum  chin (cf. Late L. mentalis  of the mind  < L. mens, mentis  mind).
● ex “Langrayen de Viti” of Hombron & Jacquinot 1843 (Artamus).

Dark-faced Ground-Tyrant (maclovianus)
SCI Name: Muscisaxicola maclovianus maclovianus
macloviana / maclovianus
Îles Malouines (named after fishermen and explorers from St. Malo, France) (Spanish Islas Malvinas) (= Falkland Is.).