White-winged Dove / Zenaida asiatica

White-winged Dove / Zenaida asiatica

White-winged Dove

SCI Name:  Zenaida asiatica
Protonym:  Columba asiatica Syst.Nat.ed.10 p.163
Category:  Columbiformes / Columbidae /
Taxonomy Code:  whwdov
Type Locality:  'In Indiis'' = Jamaica.
Author:  
Publish Year:  1758
IUCN Status:  

DEFINITIONS

ZENAIDA
(Columbidae; Ϯ Zenaida Dove Z. aurita zenaida) Specific name Columba zenaida Bonaparte, 1825 (= subsp. Zenaida aurita); "Gen. 191. ZENAIDA, Nob.   274. ZENAIDA AMABILIS, Nob. (Columba zenaida, Nob.) Aud. pl. 162.  Southern parts.   275. ZENAIDA MONTANA, Nob.  (Columba montana, L.) Aud. pl. 167.  Southern parts." (Bonaparte 1838); "Nous restreignons notre huitième genre Zenaida de manière que, malgré l'addition de plusieurs espèces nouvelles, il n'en contient plus que neuf en tout.  1. Son type est toujours, comme de raison, ma Zenaida amabilis, des Florides, de Bahama et de Cuba." (Bonaparte 1855 (Comptes Rend.)); "71. Zenaida, Bp. 1838.  Cauda brevicula, rotundato-cuneata.    Am.   9.   1. COLUMBA ZENAIDA, Bp.   ...   *2. COLUMBA martinicana, Br. nec L.   ...   3. COLUMBA auriculata, O. des Murs.   ...   4. COLUMBA maculata, Vieill. nec Gm.   ...   *5. Z. hypoleuca, Gr. Mus. Brit. 1854.   ...   *6. Z. ruficauda, Gr. 1854.   ...   7. COLUMBIGALLINA gallapagoensis, Neboux, 1840.   ...   *8. Z. pentheria, Bp.   ...   *9. Z. stenura, Bp." (Bonaparte 1855 (Conspectus)); "Zenaida Bonaparte, Geogr. and Comp. List, 1838, p. 41. Type, by tautonymy, Zenaida amabilis Bonaparte = Columba zenaida Bonaparte." (Peters 1937, III, 86).
Var. Zenaeda, Zeneida, Zenoida, Zonaida.
Synon. Melopelia, Nesopelia, Perissura, Platypteroena, Stenuroena, Zenaidura.

zenaida
Zénaïde Laetitia Julie Princesse Bonaparte (1801–1854) Infanta of Spain, cousin and wife of French ornithologist Prince Bonaparte (subsp. Zenaida aurita).

asiae / asiatica / asiaticus
L. Asiaticus Asiatic < Gr. Ασιατικος Asiatikos Asiatic < Ασια Asia. The Romans generally and indiscriminately applied the name Asia to Asia Minor (Turkey or Anatolia), the more extensive eastern and southern portions of the great continent being known as Asia Maior. In nomenclature the toponym is nearly synonymous with India.
● ex "Gaur Bunting" of Latham 1787 (?syn. Amandava x Lonchura).
● ex “Bombay Goatsucker” of Latham 1787 (Caprimulgus).
● Erroneous TL. Asia (= Africa) (syn. Caprimulgus pectoralis).
● ex “Purple Indian Creeper” of Edwards 1760, and “Yellow-winged Creeper” of Latham 1787 (Cinnyris).
● ex “Indian Jabiru” of Latham 1787 (Ephippiorhynchus).
● ex “Blue-cheeked Curucui” of Latham 1787 (Megalaima).
Erroneous TL. The Indies (= Jamaica); ex “Brown Indian Dove” of Edwards 1751, and “Columba subfusca media” of Browne 1756 (Zenaida).

SUBSPECIES

White-winged Dove (mearnsi)
SCI Name: Zenaida asiatica mearnsi
mearnsi
Lt.-Col. Edgar Alexander Mearns (1858-1916) US Army 1883-1909, surgeon, collector in Mexico 1892-1894, the Philippines 1903-1907, and tropical Africa 1909-1911 (Aerodramus, subsp. Agelaius phoeniceus, subsp. Colaptes chrysoides, subsp. Cyrtonyx montezumae, subsp. Junco hyemalis, subsp. Lanius ludovicianus, syn. Macronus striaticeps mindanensis, syn. Melanerpes formicivorus, subsp. Orthotomus frontalis, subsp. Toxostoma cinereum, syn. Turtur afer, subsp. Zenaida asiatica).

White-winged Dove (asiatica)
SCI Name: Zenaida asiatica asiatica
asiae / asiatica / asiaticus
L. Asiaticus Asiatic < Gr. Ασιατικος Asiatikos Asiatic < Ασια Asia. The Romans generally and indiscriminately applied the name Asia to Asia Minor (Turkey or Anatolia), the more extensive eastern and southern portions of the great continent being known as Asia Maior. In nomenclature the toponym is nearly synonymous with India.
● ex "Gaur Bunting" of Latham 1787 (?syn. Amandava x Lonchura).
● ex “Bombay Goatsucker” of Latham 1787 (Caprimulgus).
● Erroneous TL. Asia (= Africa) (syn. Caprimulgus pectoralis).
● ex “Purple Indian Creeper” of Edwards 1760, and “Yellow-winged Creeper” of Latham 1787 (Cinnyris).
● ex “Indian Jabiru” of Latham 1787 (Ephippiorhynchus).
● ex “Blue-cheeked Curucui” of Latham 1787 (Megalaima).
Erroneous TL. The Indies (= Jamaica); ex “Brown Indian Dove” of Edwards 1751, and “Columba subfusca media” of Browne 1756 (Zenaida).

White-winged Dove (australis)
SCI Name: Zenaida asiatica australis
australe / australis
L. australis  southern  < auster, austri  south.
● Tierra del Fuego; ex “Thorn-tailed Warbler” of Latham 1783 (syn. Aphrastura spinicauda).
● Cayenne; ex “Southern Sandpiper” of Latham 1785 (?syn. Calidris canutus).
● Erroneous TL "Friendly Islands" (= Tasmania); ex "South-Sea Raven" of Latham 1781 (syn. Corvus coronoides).
● Erroneous TL. New Guinea (= Luzon, Philippines); ex “Manikor de la Nouvelle Guinée” of de Buffon 1770-1783 (Dicaeum).
● Australia; ex “New Holland Snipe” of Latham 1801 (syn. Gallinago hardwickii).
● Australia; ex “Pacific Paroquet (var.)” of Phillip 1789 (syn. Glossopsitta concinna).
● Australia; ex “New Holland Pelican” of Latham 1824 (syn. Pelecanus conspicillatus).
● Australia; ex “Cold-river Goatsucker” of Latham 1823 (syn. Podargus strigoides).
● Australia; ex “New Holland Quail” of Latham 1802 (Synoicus).
● Tasmania; ex Brown MS (syn. Lathamus discolor).
● Dusky Sound, New Zealand (syn. Nestor meridionalis).
● Staten I., off Tierra del Fuego (= Isla de los Estados, Argentina); ex “Statenland Eagle” of Latham 1781 (Phalcoboenus).
● Christmas I.; ex "Southern Tern" of Latham 1785 (syn. Procelsterna caerulea) (so identified by Stresemann 1950).
● Kerguelen I.; ex “Southern Tern” of Latham 1785 (?syn. Sterna vittata).
● Madagascar; ex “Palumbus viridis Madagascariensis” of Brisson 1760 (Treron).
● Erroneous TL. Sandwich Is. (= Samoa); ex “Blue-crested Parrakeet” of Latham 1781 (Vini).
● Tierra del Fuego; ex “Rusty-collared Finch” of Latham 1783 (subsp. Zonotrichia capensis).