Eared Dove / Zenaida auriculata

Eared Dove / Zenaida auriculata

Eared Dove

SCI Name:  Zenaida auriculata
Protonym:  Peristera auriculata Hist.Chile[Gay] 1 p.381 Atlas 2 Orn. pl.[7]
Category:  Columbiformes / Columbidae /
Taxonomy Code:  eardov1
Type Locality:  Central Providences of Chile; Santiago, suggested as type locality by Naumburg, a7Uea, p. 2.
Author:  
Publish Year:  1847
IUCN Status:  

DEFINITIONS

ZENAIDA
(Columbidae; Ϯ Zenaida Dove Z. aurita zenaida) Specific name Columba zenaida Bonaparte, 1825 (= subsp. Zenaida aurita); "Gen. 191. ZENAIDA, Nob.   274. ZENAIDA AMABILIS, Nob. (Columba zenaida, Nob.) Aud. pl. 162.  Southern parts.   275. ZENAIDA MONTANA, Nob.  (Columba montana, L.) Aud. pl. 167.  Southern parts." (Bonaparte 1838); "Nous restreignons notre huitième genre Zenaida de manière que, malgré l'addition de plusieurs espèces nouvelles, il n'en contient plus que neuf en tout.  1. Son type est toujours, comme de raison, ma Zenaida amabilis, des Florides, de Bahama et de Cuba." (Bonaparte 1855 (Comptes Rend.)); "71. Zenaida, Bp. 1838.  Cauda brevicula, rotundato-cuneata.    Am.   9.   1. COLUMBA ZENAIDA, Bp.   ...   *2. COLUMBA martinicana, Br. nec L.   ...   3. COLUMBA auriculata, O. des Murs.   ...   4. COLUMBA maculata, Vieill. nec Gm.   ...   *5. Z. hypoleuca, Gr. Mus. Brit. 1854.   ...   *6. Z. ruficauda, Gr. 1854.   ...   7. COLUMBIGALLINA gallapagoensis, Neboux, 1840.   ...   *8. Z. pentheria, Bp.   ...   *9. Z. stenura, Bp." (Bonaparte 1855 (Conspectus)); "Zenaida Bonaparte, Geogr. and Comp. List, 1838, p. 41. Type, by tautonymy, Zenaida amabilis Bonaparte = Columba zenaida Bonaparte." (Peters 1937, III, 86).
Var. Zenaeda, Zeneida, Zenoida, Zonaida.
Synon. Melopelia, Nesopelia, Perissura, Platypteroena, Stenuroena, Zenaidura.

zenaida
Zénaïde Laetitia Julie Princesse Bonaparte (1801–1854) Infanta of Spain, cousin and wife of French ornithologist Prince Bonaparte (subsp. Zenaida aurita).

auriculata / auriculatus
Med. L. auriculatus  eared, having ears  < L. auricula  ear  < dim. auris  ear.
● ex “Héoro-taire à orielles jaunes” of Audebert & Vieillot 1802 (syn. Lichenostomus melanops).

SUBSPECIES

Eared Dove (stenura)
SCI Name: Zenaida auriculata stenura
stenura
Gr. στηνος stēnos  narrow, thin; -ουρος -ouros  -tailed  < ουρα oura  tail.

Eared Dove (hypoleuca)
SCI Name: Zenaida auriculata hypoleuca
hypoleuca
Gr. ὑπο hupo beneath; λευκος leukos white (cf. ὑπολευκος hupoleukos whitish).
● ex “Pico triqueño” of de Azara 1802-1805, no. 123 (syn. Sporophila leucoptera).
● Gr. ὑπερλευκος huperleukos exceedingly white; “The name hypoleucus was evidently a lapsus for hyperleucus” (Gadow 1883) (Gymnorhina).

Eared Dove (caucae)
SCI Name: Zenaida auriculata caucae
caucae
Cauca, Colombia.

Eared Dove (antioquiae)
SCI Name: Zenaida auriculata antioquiae
antioquensis / antioquiae / antioquiana
Antioquia, northern Colombia.

Eared Dove (pentheria)
SCI Name: Zenaida auriculata pentheria
pentheria
Gr. πενθηρης penthērēs  mourning, lamenting  < πενθεω pentheō  to mourn  < πενθος penthos  grief.

Eared Dove (vinaceorufa)
SCI Name: Zenaida auriculata vinaceorufa
vinaceorufa
L. vinaceus  vinaceous  < vinum, vini  wine; rufus  rufous.

Eared Dove (jessieae)
SCI Name: Zenaida auriculata jessieae
jessieae
Jessie Riker née Carpenter (1862-1951) wife of US collector Clarence B. Riker (subsp. Zenaida auriculata).

Eared Dove (marajoensis)
SCI Name: Zenaida auriculata marajoensis
marajoara / marajoensis
Ilha Marajó, Pará, Brazil.

Eared Dove (noronha)
SCI Name: Zenaida auriculata noronha
noronha
Fernando de Noronha Is., off the coast of Brazil, Atlantic Ocean (named after Portuguese merchant and financier Fernão de Loronha (fl. 1530), his name being frequently misspelled Noronha).

Eared Dove (chrysauchenia)
SCI Name: Zenaida auriculata chrysauchenia
chrysauchen / chrysauchenia
Gr. χρυσος khrusos  gold; αυχην aukhēn, αυχενος aukhenos  neck.

Eared Dove (auriculata)
SCI Name: Zenaida auriculata auriculata
auriculata / auriculatus
Med. L. auriculatus  eared, having ears  < L. auricula  ear  < dim. auris  ear.
● ex “Héoro-taire à orielles jaunes” of Audebert & Vieillot 1802 (syn. Lichenostomus melanops).