Yellow-and-green Lorikeet / Trichoglossus flavoviridis

Yellow-and-green Lorikeet / Trichoglossus flavoviridis

Yellow-and-green Lorikeet

SCI Name:  Trichoglossus flavoviridis
Protonym:  Trichoglossus flavoviridis Proc.Zool.Soc.London(1862) (1862), Pt3 p.337 pl.39
Category:  Psittaciformes / Psittaculidae /
Taxonomy Code:  yaglor1
Type Locality:  Sula Islands.
Publish Year:  1863
IUCN Status:  


(Psittacidae; Ϯ Coconut Lorikeet T. haematodus) Gr. θριξ thrix, τριχος trikhos  hair; γλωσσα glōssa  tongue; "GENUS CCXVII.— TRICHOGLOSSUS, Vigors.   Rostrum subcrassum, mandibula superior arcuata, inferior subelongata.  Lingua apice setosa.  Alæ mediocres.  Pedes breves; tarsi mediocres.  Cauda subbrevis.    THE Trichoglossi appear to belong to the old world, New Holland, and the Pacific Islands.    Sp. 1. Tr. hæmatopus.  Psittacus hæmatopus. Gmel. Syst. Nat. I. p. 357.— Psittacus cyanogaster. Shaw, v. viii. p. 413.— Molucca Islands.    Sp. 2. Tr. capistratus.  Psittacus capistratus. Beckst.— Psittacus hæmatodes. Shaw, v. viii. p. 415.—Amboyna?    Sp. 3. Tr. concinnus.  Psittacus concinnus. Shaw, Nat. Misc.—New Holland.    Sp. 4. Tr. pusillus.  Psittacus pusillus. Shaw, v. viii. p. 471.—New Holland.    Sp. 5. Tr? Taitianus.  Psittacus Porphyrio. Shaw, v. viii. p. 473. pl. 70.—Otaheite.    Sp. 6. Tr? australis.  ...  Psittacus australis. Nova Act. Acad. Nat. Cur. (Kuhl.) v. x. p. 48. INHABITS New Holland.  ...  Sp. 7. Tr? chlorolepidotus.  ...  Psittacus chlorolepidotus. Nova Act. Acad. Cur. (Kuhl.) v. x. p. 48. INHABITS New Holland." (Stephens 1826); “Genus, TRICHOGLOSSUS *.  ...  Lingua setis plurimis marginalibus ad apicem subtus instructa.  ...  a decided ground of distinction is exhibited in the formation of the tongue. The under part of this member is furnished at the apex with numerous strong hairs or bristles, of a brush-like structure; and which seem to serve the bird for the purpose of suction.  ...  *Θριξ seta, and γλωσσα lingua” (Vigors & Horsfield 1827); "Trichoglossus Stephens, in Shaw's Gen. Zool. vol. xiv. p. 129, 1826 (late), ex Vigors & Horsfield, Zool. Journ. vol. ii. p. 281, July 1825, nude name. Type (by subsequent designation, Lesson, Man. d'Orn. vol. ii. p. 147, 1828: T. hæmatodus = T. hæmatopus Steph. = Psittacus moluccanus Gmelin." (Mathews 1927, 292); "Trichoglossus Vigors and Horsfield, Trans. Linn. Soc. London, 15, pt. 1, 1827 (1826), p. 287. Type, by subsequent designation, Psittacus haematodus Linné = Psittacus haematod Linné (G. R. Gray, List Gen. Bds., 1840, p. 51)." (Peters 1937, III, 147); "TRICHOGLOSSUS Stephens, 1826  M — Psittacus haematodus Linnaeus, 1771; type by subsequent designation (Lesson, 1828, Manuel d'Ornithologie, 2, p. 147)." (Dickinson & Remsen (eds.) 2013, 382).   
Var. TricoglossusTrichoglossa.   
Synon. Australasia, Eutelipsitta, Oenopsittacus.

L. flavus  yellow, golden-yellow; viridis  green  < virere  to be green.


Yellow-and-green Lorikeet (Mustard-capped)
SCI Name: Trichoglossus flavoviridis meyeri
meyeri / meyerianus / meyerii
● Dr Aron Baruch Meyer (known as Adolf Bernhard Meyer) (1840-1911) German physician, collector in the East Indies and New Guinea 1870-1873, Director of Royal Mus. Dresden 1874-1906, zoologist, anthropologist (Accipiter, Chalcites (ex Chrysococcyx splendidus Mayer, 1874), syn. Cinnyris jugularis plateni, Edolisoma, Epimachus, syn. Leptocoma sericea porphyrolaema (ex Hermotimia porphyrolaema scapulata Meyer & Wiglesworth, 1896), subsp. Myzomela nigrita, Pachycephala (ex Pachycephala affinis Meyer, 1884), Philemon (ex Tropidorhynchus inornatus Meyer, 1875), subsp. Pitohui kirhocephalus, subsp. Pucrasia macrolopha, syn. Rhipidura atra, subsp. Tanysiptera galatea, subsp. Timeliopsis fulvigula, syn. Todiramphus chloris, Trichoglossus, subsp. Xanthotis flaviventer (ex Ptilotis pyrrhotis Meyer, 1875)).
● Dr Bernhard Meyer (1767–1836) German botanist, ornithologist, collector (syn. Limosa lapponicaPoicephalus).
● Fr. P. Rudolf Otto Maria Meyer (1877-1937) German missionary to the Bismarck Archipelago 1902-1937 (syn. Acrocephalus stentoreus sumbae, subsp. Hypotaenidia philippensis, subsp. Ptilinopus solomonensis).

Yellow-and-green Lorikeet (Yellow-and-green)
SCI Name: Trichoglossus flavoviridis flavoviridis
L. flavus  yellow, golden-yellow; viridis  green  < virere  to be green.