White-collared Manakin / Manacus candei

White-collared Manakin / Manacus candei

White-collared Manakin

SCI Name:  Manacus candei
Protonym:  Pipra candei Rev.Zool. 4 p.306
Category:  Passeriformes / Pipridae /
Taxonomy Code:  whcman1
Type Locality:  Truxillo [= Trujillo] , Honduras.
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Publish Year:  1841
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DEFINITIONS

MANACUS
(Pipridae; Ϯ White-bearded Manakin M. manacus) Dutch manneken  pretty little thing; “Manakin  ...  Manakins, EDW. [1758] ...  Manacus of Brisson  ...  Manacus from the Dutch, Manakin, the name they bear in Surinam” (Pennant 1773). Sick 1993, suggested that the term “manaquim” is derived from an Amazonian Amerindian name; "Le Genre du Manakin (1)  ...  (1) Manakin nom qu'ont donné les Hollandois à quelques especes de ce genre  ...  Manacus nomen latinum ex nomine Belgico Manakin a me conflatum" (Brisson 1760): based on "Avis anonyma secunda" of Marcgrave 1648, and "Black-capped Manakin" or "Manaquin chaperonné de noir" of Edwards 1758-1764; "Manacus Brisson, 1760, Ornithologie, 4, p. 442. Type, by tautonymy, "Manacus" Brisson = Pipra manacus Linnaeus." (Snow in Peters 1979, VIII, 260). 
Var. Manacina, Manakina.
Synon. AntoltaChiromachaeris.

manacus
Manacus from the Dutch, Manakin, the name they bear in Surinam” (Pennant 1773); ex “Black-capped Manakin” of Edwards 1758, and “Manacus” of Brisson 1760 (Manacus).

candaei / candei
Adm. Antoine Marie Ferdinand Maussion de Candé (1801-1867) French Navy, explorer in South America, Gov. of Martinique 1859-1864 (Manacus, Synallaxis).