Riverside Tyrant / Knipolegus orenocensis

Riverside Tyrant / Knipolegus orenocensis

Riverside Tyrant

SCI Name:  Knipolegus orenocensis
Protonym:  Cnipolegus orenocensis Ibis p.433 pl.12
Category:  Passeriformes / Tyrannidae /
Taxonomy Code:  rivtyr2
Type Locality:  Angostura [= Ciudad Bolivar], Rio Orinoco, Venezuela.
Author:  
Publish Year:  1884
IUCN Status:  

DEFINITIONS

KNIPOLEGUS
(Tyrannidae; Ϯ Blue-billed Black Tyrant K. cyanirostris) Gr. κνιψ knips, κνιπος knipos  insect; λεγω legō  to pick; "X. Fam. Muscicapiadae Vigors.  Muscicapa Lin. 2   ...   2 Ferner könnten als Gattungen abgesondert werden: Knipolegus für Musc. lophotes Tem. und cyaneirostris Vieill. Az. 181" (Boie 1826); "Knipolegus Boie, 1826, Isis von Oken, col. 973. Type, by monotypy, Muscicapa cyanirostris Vieillot." (Traylor in Peters 1979, VIII, 173) (see Xolmis). 
Var. Cnipolegus.   
Synon. AdaBlechropus, Entotriccus, Eumyiobius, Phaeotriccus, Sericoptila.

orenocensis
Río Orinoco, Venezuela.

SUBSPECIES

Riverside Tyrant (Riverside)
SCI Name: Knipolegus orenocensis orenocensis/xinguensis
KNIPOLEGUS
(Tyrannidae; Ϯ Blue-billed Black Tyrant K. cyanirostris) Gr. κνιψ knips, κνιπος knipos  insect; λεγω legō  to pick; "X. Fam. Muscicapiadae Vigors.  Muscicapa Lin. 2   ...   2 Ferner könnten als Gattungen abgesondert werden: Knipolegus für Musc. lophotes Tem. und cyaneirostris Vieill. Az. 181" (Boie 1826); "Knipolegus Boie, 1826, Isis von Oken, col. 973. Type, by monotypy, Muscicapa cyanirostris Vieillot." (Traylor in Peters 1979, VIII, 173) (see Xolmis). 
Var. Cnipolegus.   
Synon. AdaBlechropus, Entotriccus, Eumyiobius, Phaeotriccus, Sericoptila.

Riverside Tyrant (Sclater's)
SCI Name: Knipolegus orenocensis sclateri
sclateri
● Dr Philip Lutley Sclater (1829-1913) English ornithologist, collector (subsp. Apalis cinerea, subsp. Asthenes wyatti, subsp. Attila spadiceus, Cacicus, syn. Campephilus gayaquilensis, subsp. Camptostoma obsoletum, syn. Casuarius casuarius, subsp. Cercomacra cinerascens, subsp. Chaetura cinereiventris, Chasiempis, subsp. Colinus leucopogon, syn. Crax fasciolata, syn. Cyanocorax affinis, Doliornis, Eudyptes, Euphonia (ex Bonaparte MS), subsp. Forpus modestus, subsp. Guttera verreauxi, syn. Heliomaster longirostris, subsp. Hirundinea ferruginea, subsp. Icterus pustulatus, Knipolegus, Lophophorus, Loriculus, subsp. Loxigilla noctis, Meliarchus, subsp. Monasa morphoeus, subsp. Myiarchus oberi, Myrmotherula, Myzomela, Nonnula, syn. Penelope barbata, subsp. Penelope montagnii, syn. Penelope obscuraPheugopedius, Phyllomyias, Picumnus, syn. Pipreola chlorolepidota, syn. Plectropterus gambensisPoecile, Pseudocolopteryx, syn. Rufirallus fasciatus, syn. Spinus magellanicus capitalis, subsp. Tachycineta euchrysea, subsp. Tangara aurulenta, syn. Tangara cabanisi, syn. Thamnophilus amazonicus, syn. Thraupis episcopus nesophilus, subsp. Thripadectes virgaticeps, subsp. Todirostrum cinereum, subsp. Tolmomyias poliocephalus, Vireo, subsp. Xiphocolaptes promeropirhynchus).
● William Lutley Sclater (1863-1944) English ornithologist (son of Dr Philip Lutley Sclater), Director of Cape Town Mus. 1896-1906 (syn. Apalis thoracica capensis, subsp. Caprimulgus climacurus, subsp. Cercotrichas leucophrys, syn. Chlidonias hybrida delalandii, syn. Cisticola galactotes amphilectus, subsp. Cyanomitra olivacea, subsp. Dendrocitta vagabunda, subsp. Monticola rufocinereus, subsp. Neomixis striatigula, syn. Ploceus bicolor stictifronsSpizocorys, syn. Turtur afer).