Red Lory / Eos bornea

Red Lory / Eos bornea

Red Lory

SCI Name:  Eos bornea
Protonym:  Psittacus borneus Syst.Nat.ed.10 p.97
Category:  Psittaciformes / Psittaculidae /
Taxonomy Code:  redlor1
Type Locality:  Borneo: India, error = Amboina by substitution of Stresemann,Nov. Zool., 19, 1912, p. 340.
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Publish Year:  1758
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DEFINITIONS

EOS
(Psittacidae; Ϯ Red-and-blue Lory E. histrio) L. Eos  East, Orient  < Gr. εως eōs or ηως ēōs  eastern, oriental; reflecting an elegy by Ovid (Amores,VI, c. 15 BC) lamenting the death of the parrot he had given to Corinna, his mistress: "Psittacus, Eois imitatrix ales ab Indis, occidit" ("The parrot, oriental wingèd mimic from India, is dead"). The shades of an early Monty Python sketch!; "Genus XI.  Eos *) Wagl. Lori.  Rostrum, lingua et pedes Trichoglossorum; cauda elongata, apice conico-acuminata, latiuscula; color praedominans ruber, rarius viridis.  Asiae et Australiae incolae.  Vitae ratio ignota.   Species: α. Ptilosi rubra:  1. E. indica. — 2. E. rubra. — 3. E. guebiensis. — 4. E. cochinchinensis. — 5. E. variegata. — ? E. Isidorii. — β. Ptilosi viridi: 6. E. cervicalis. — 7. E. ornata.  ...   **)[sic] Psittacus, Eois imitatrix, Ovid." (Wagler 1832); "Eos Wagler, Abh. k. Bayer. Akad. Wiss., Math.-Phys. Kl., 1, 1832, p. 494. Type, by subsequent designation, E. indica (Gm.) = Psittacus histrio P. L. S. Müller (G. R. Gray, List Gen. Bds., 1840, p. 52)." (Peters, 1937, III, p. 145).

eos
Gr. myth. Eos, rosy-fingered goddess of the dawn, sister to Helios and Selene  < εως eōs or ηως ēōs  dawn.

bornea / borneana / borneanum / borneanus / borneense / borneensis / bornensis / borneoensis / borneonense / borneonensis / borneus
Borneo  < Malay Brunei  the Barunai or Brunei Sultanate, wealthy, powerful and more extensive in the 15th century  < Sanskrit Váruna  water, rain.
● Erroneous TL. Borneo (= Amboina); "44. PSITTACUS.  ...  borneus.  6. P. macrourus ruber, remigibus rectricibusque apice viridibus, alis macula cærulea.  Psittacus coccineus, cauda longiore. Edw. av. 173. t. 173.  Habitat in India: Borneo." (Linnaeus 1758) (Eos). This name, albeit erroneous, is the fourth toponym in avian nomenclature.

SUBSPECIES

Red Lory (bornea)
SCI Name: Eos bornea bornea
bornea / borneana / borneanum / borneanus / borneense / borneensis / bornensis / borneoensis / borneonense / borneonensis / borneus
Borneo  < Malay Brunei  the Barunai or Brunei Sultanate, wealthy, powerful and more extensive in the 15th century  < Sanskrit Váruna  water, rain.
● Erroneous TL. Borneo (= Amboina); "44. PSITTACUS.  ...  borneus.  6. P. macrourus ruber, remigibus rectricibusque apice viridibus, alis macula cærulea.  Psittacus coccineus, cauda longiore. Edw. av. 173. t. 173.  Habitat in India: Borneo." (Linnaeus 1758) (Eos). This name, albeit erroneous, is the fourth toponym in avian nomenclature.

Red Lory (cyanonotha)
SCI Name: Eos bornea cyanonotha
cyanonotha / cyanonothus
Gr. κυανος kuanos dark-blue; νοθος nothos spurious.