Sapphire-spangled Emerald / Amazilia lactea

Sapphire-spangled Emerald / Amazilia lactea

Sapphire-spangled Emerald

SCI Name:  Amazilia lactea
Protonym:  Ornismya lactea Hist.Nat.Colibris,Suppl.Ois.-Mouch. p.98 pl.56
Category:  Caprimulgiformes / Trochilidae /
Taxonomy Code:  saseme1
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Publish Year:  1832
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DEFINITIONS

AMAZILIA
(Trochilidae; Ϯ Cinnamon Hummingbird A. rutila) Specific name Ornismya amazilia Lesson, 1828 (see amazilia); "Race: Les AMAZILIS, amazilia, Less.  — (pl. 73.) L'ois. mouche lumachelle: Ornysmia lumachella, Less., rev. zool. p. 315. Hab.: Bahia.   — (pl. 74.) L'ois. mouche beau: Ornysmia eximia, Delattre, écho, 1813, Hab.: Guatimala.   — (pl. 75) L'ois. mouche canelle: Ornysmia cinnamomea, Less., rev. zoolog., 1842, p. 175; Orn. rufula, Delattre, écho, 1843. Hab: Acapulco, Guatimala.     (pl. 76) L'ois. m. Clarisse: Ornysmia clarisse, Longuemare, rev. zool., 1841, p. 306. H. Santa-Fe-de-Bogota." (Lesson 1843); "Amazilia Lesson, Écho du Monde Sav., 1843, col. 757. Type, by subsequent designation, Ornismya cinnamomea Lesson = Ornismia rutila DeLattre. (Stone, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philas., 1918, p. 256.)" (Peters 1945, V, p. 61).  I have elsewhere suggested that the substantive name Amazili be given to the hummingbirds of this genus.  
Var. Amazillia.   
Synon. Agyrtria, Albanora, Amazilicus, Amazilina, Amazilius, Amizilis, Arena, Arenella, Ariadne, Ariana, Chionogaster, Chionomesa, Cyanomyia, Elliotia, Eranna, Eratina, Eratopis, Erythronota, Eucephala, Hemistilbon, Hemithylaca, Hypochionis, Leucodora, Lisoria, Myletes, Polyerata, Pyrrhophaena, Saucerottia, Uranomitra.

amazilia
Amazili, an Inca heroine in Jean Marmontel’s novel (1777) “Les Incas, ou la destruction de l’Empire du Pérou” (Amazilia (“le nom de cette espèce rappellera à l’imagination de nos lecteurs une des héroïnes célébrées par Marmontel dans ses Incas, et en même temps les lieux où elle vit” (Lesson 1830), subsp. Columbina minuta).

lactea
L. lacteus milky, milk-white < lac, lactis milk.

SUBSPECIES

Sapphire-spangled Emerald (Sapphire-spangled)
SCI Name: Amazilia lactea lactea/zimmeri
AMAZILIA
(Trochilidae; Ϯ Cinnamon Hummingbird A. rutila) Specific name Ornismya amazilia Lesson, 1828 (see amazilia); "Race: Les AMAZILIS, amazilia, Less.  — (pl. 73.) L'ois. mouche lumachelle: Ornysmia lumachella, Less., rev. zool. p. 315. Hab.: Bahia.   — (pl. 74.) L'ois. mouche beau: Ornysmia eximia, Delattre, écho, 1813, Hab.: Guatimala.   — (pl. 75) L'ois. mouche canelle: Ornysmia cinnamomea, Less., rev. zoolog., 1842, p. 175; Orn. rufula, Delattre, écho, 1843. Hab: Acapulco, Guatimala.     (pl. 76) L'ois. m. Clarisse: Ornysmia clarisse, Longuemare, rev. zool., 1841, p. 306. H. Santa-Fe-de-Bogota." (Lesson 1843); "Amazilia Lesson, Écho du Monde Sav., 1843, col. 757. Type, by subsequent designation, Ornismya cinnamomea Lesson = Ornismia rutila DeLattre. (Stone, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philas., 1918, p. 256.)" (Peters 1945, V, p. 61).  I have elsewhere suggested that the substantive name Amazili be given to the hummingbirds of this genus.  
Var. Amazillia.   
Synon. Agyrtria, Albanora, Amazilicus, Amazilina, Amazilius, Amizilis, Arena, Arenella, Ariadne, Ariana, Chionogaster, Chionomesa, Cyanomyia, Elliotia, Eranna, Eratina, Eratopis, Erythronota, Eucephala, Hemistilbon, Hemithylaca, Hypochionis, Leucodora, Lisoria, Myletes, Polyerata, Pyrrhophaena, Saucerottia, Uranomitra.

Sapphire-spangled Emerald (Spot-vented)
SCI Name: Amazilia lactea bartletti
bartletti / bartlettii
● Edward Bartlett (1844-1908) English zoologist, collector in Amazonia 1865-1869, Curator of Maidstone Mus. 1875-1890, Curator of Sarawak Mus. 1895-1897 (AmaziliaCrypturellus, subsp. Dendrocincla merula, syn. Momotus momota ignobilis).
● Abraham Dee Bartlett (1812-1897) English zoologist, taxidermist, Superintendent of the Zoological Society London 1859-1897 (syn. Cuculus poliocephalus, subsp. Gallicolumba crinigera, syn. Malimbus rubricollis, syn. Paradisaea x).
● Prof. Harley Harris Bartlett (1886-1960) US botanist, ethnographer, collector in Tibet, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines (syn. Delichon nipalense, syn. Nyctyornis athertoni).
● Capt. Robert Abram Bartlett (1875-1946) Canadian mariner, sealer, Arctic explorer, collector, naturalist (subsp. Poecile atricapillus).