Pink Cockatoo / Lophochroa leadbeateri

Pink Cockatoo / Lophochroa leadbeateri

Pink Cockatoo

SCI Name:  Lophochroa leadbeateri
Protonym:  Plyctolophus Leadbeateri Proc.Zool.Soc.London Pt1 no.6 p.61
Category:  Psittaciformes / Cacatuidae /
Taxonomy Code:  pincoc1
Type Locality:  New South Wales.
Author:  
Publish Year:  1831
IUCN Status:  

DEFINITIONS

Lophochroa
(syn. Cacatua Ϯ Major Mitchell's Cockatoo C. leadbeateri) Gr. λοφος lophos  crest; χροα khroa, χροας khroas  colour, appearance  < χρως khrōs, χρωτος khrōtos  complexion; "B. Eolopheæ.  Rostrum albidum, nares plumosæ.   ...  4. LOPHOCHROA, Bp. Rostrum parvum: crista elongata e plumis laxulis, late explicabilis, 11. leadbeateri. (Kakadoe crista tricolorata, Bourj.)." (Bonaparte 1857); "Lophochroa Bonaparte, Compt. Rend. Acad. Sci. Paris, 44, 1857, p. 537. Type, by monotypy, Plyctolophus leadbeateri Vigors." (Peters 1937, III, 176).  Var. Lophocroa.

leadbeateri / leadbeaterii
● Benjamin Leadbeater, Sr. (1773-1851) English natural history dealer in London 1800-1837 (Bucorvus, Cacatua).
● "Nous avons dédié cette espèce a M. Leadbeater, naturaliste anglais distingué, qui possède l'une des plus belles collections d'oiseaux de cette famille" (Bourcier 1843) (cf. Benjamin Leadbeater, Sr. (1773-1851) and John Leadbeater, Sr. (1804-1856) English natural history dealers, agents and taxidermists) (Heliodoxa).
● John Leadbeater, Jr. (1832-1888) English natural history dealer and agent in Melbourne, taxidermist at National Mus., Melbourne (syn. Lichenostomus cassidix, syn. Opopsitta diophthalma macleayana, syn. Pardalotus punctatus xanthopyga).

SUBSPECIES

Pink Cockatoo (mollis)
SCI Name: Lophochroa leadbeateri mollis
mollis
L. mollis  soft, tender.

Pink Cockatoo (leadbeateri)
SCI Name: Lophochroa leadbeateri leadbeateri
leadbeateri / leadbeaterii
● Benjamin Leadbeater, Sr. (1773-1851) English natural history dealer in London 1800-1837 (Bucorvus, Cacatua).
● "Nous avons dédié cette espèce a M. Leadbeater, naturaliste anglais distingué, qui possède l'une des plus belles collections d'oiseaux de cette famille" (Bourcier 1843) (cf. Benjamin Leadbeater, Sr. (1773-1851) and John Leadbeater, Sr. (1804-1856) English natural history dealers, agents and taxidermists) (Heliodoxa).
● John Leadbeater, Jr. (1832-1888) English natural history dealer and agent in Melbourne, taxidermist at National Mus., Melbourne (syn. Lichenostomus cassidix, syn. Opopsitta diophthalma macleayana, syn. Pardalotus punctatus xanthopyga).