Pied Cuckoo-Dove / Reinwardtoena browni

Pied Cuckoo-Dove / Reinwardtoena browni

Pied Cuckoo-Dove

SCI Name:  Reinwardtoena browni
Protonym:  Macropygia browni Proc.Zool.Soc.London Pt1 p.110
Category:  Columbiformes / Columbidae /
Taxonomy Code:  picdov1
Type Locality:  Duke of York Island.
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Publish Year:  1877
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DEFINITIONS

REINWARDTOENA
(Columbidae; Ϯ Great Cuckoo Dove R. reinwardtsi) Prof. Caspar Georg Carl Reinwardt (1773-1854) Dutch naturalist, collector in the East Indies 1817-1822; Gr. οινας oinas, οιναδος oinados  pigeon; "Le troisième genre REINWARDTŒNA, Bp., a pour unique espèce R. typica, Bp. (Columba reinwardti, Temm.), de Java." (Bonaparte 1854); "53. Reinwardtoena, Bp. 1854. (Macropygia, partim, Gr.)    Oc.   1.   COLUMBA REINWARDTI, Temm. (Macropygia reinwardti, Sw. - Reinwardtoena typica, Bp.) Pl. col. 248. adult.  ...  ex Celebes." (Bonaparte 1855); "Reinwardtoena Bonaparte, Compt. Rend. Acad. Sci. Paris, 39, 1854, p. 1112. Type, by monotypy, Columba reinwardti [i.e. reinwardtsi] Temminck." (Peters 1937, III, 81).
Var. Reinwardtoenas, Reinwardtaena, Reinwardtaenas.
Synon. Coccyzoenas.

browni / brownii
● Peter Brown (?or Bruun) (fl. 1790) Danish/Norwegian natural history painter and botanical illustrator (syn. Accipiter badius).
● Herbert Brown (1843-1913) US newspaper owner, Curator of University of Arizona Mineral Mus. 1893-1913 (syn. Cyanocitta stelleri macrolopha).
● Wilmot Wood Brown, Jr. (?1868-1953) US field-naturalist, collector in Colombia, Panama and Mexico (subsp. Elaenia frantzii, syn. Grallaricula ferrugineipectus, subsp. Sicalis citrina, subsp. Spizella wortheni, Thryorchilus, syn. Vermivora crissalis, subsp. Vireo brevipennis).
● Revd. George Brown (1835-1917) Scottish missionary to Samoa, Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Is., Bismarck Archipelago and New Guinea (Reinwardtoena, Symposiachrus).
● Robert Brown (1773-1858) Scottish naturalist, botanist, collector in Australia 1801-1803 (syn. Malurus melanocephalus, syn. Platycercus caledonicus, syn. Platycercus venustus, syn. Pomatostomus temporalis rubeculus (OD per Björn Bergenholtz)).
● Edward Johnson Brown (1866-1934) US field-ornithologist, collector (subsp. Sternula antillarum).