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BIOLOGY
LIBRARY




LIST

OF THE

SPECIMENS OF BIRDS

IN THE

BRITISH MUSEUM.

PART II.




LONDON :

SPOTTISWOODE and SHAW,
New-street-Square.



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SPECIMENS OF BIRDS



THE COLLECTION



BEITISH MUSEUM.



PART II. SECTION I.
FISSIROSTRES.



PRINTED BY OEDER OF THE TRUSTEES.

LONDON: 1848.



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LIST OF BIRDS.



CLASS AVES.



ORDER II. PASSE RES,

Passeres (pars) Linn. Syst. Nat. (1760) p. 85. ; Cuv. Tall Elem.

de VHist. Nat. des Anim. p. 199. (17971798).
Picse (pars) Linn. Syst. Nat. (1735).
Ambulatores ///. Prod. Syst. Mam. et Av. p. 207. (1811).
Chelidons, Alcyones, Anisodactyli, Insectivores, Omnivores, and

Granivores, Temm. Anal, du Syst. Gen. d'Omith. p. xlix. and

Ixxxix. (1820).
Insessores Vigors, Linn. Trans, xiv. p. 406. (1825).



Tribe I. FISSIROSTRES.
Subtribe I. Fissirostres Nocturnce.

Fam. I. CAPRIMULGIDJE.

i. PODARGINJE.

1. STEATOROTS.
Steatornis Humb. Obs. de Zool. ii. p. 141. (1833).

1. STEATORNIS CAEIPENSIS. The Trinidad Goatsucker.
Caprimulgus steatornis Humb. Journ. Phys. (1800) p.
Steatornis caripensis Humb. Obs. de Zool. ii. p. 141. t. 44.; Ann. du

Mm. (1834) p. 319. t. 15.
Nyctibius ? steatornis Steph. Gen. Zool. xiii. p. 91.

B



FISSIROSTRES NOCTURNE.

a. S ta ^Es.de Bogota. t From Mr,, Leadbeater's Collection.

b. Trinicia\i. * c* * *?*t

c. Trinidad. Presented by Mrs. Wright.



1 2/MDARGUS.

Podargus Cuv. Reg. Anim. (1829) i. p. 398.

1. PODARGUS HUMERALIS. The tawny-shouldered Podargus.

Podargus humeralis Vig. Sf Horsf. Linn. Trans, xv. p. 198.

Podargus australis Steph. Gen. Zool. xiii. p. 92. ?

Caprimulgus gracilis Lath. Ind. Orn. Suppl. p. Iviii. ? ; Lamb. Icon.

ined. i. 69.

Podargus ? gracilis Steph. Gen. Zool. xiii. p. 93. ?
Podargus cinereus Cuv. Reg. Anim. (1829) t. 4. f. 1. ?
Caprimulgus strigoides Lath. Ind. Orn. Suppl. p. Iviii. ? ; Lamb.

Icon. ined. i. 67.
Podargus strigoides G. R. Gray, Ann. of Nat. Hist. (1843)

p. 194.?

Jard. and Selby, 111 of Orn. pi. 88. (?) ; Gould, B. of Austr.

ii. pi. 3.

a. Australia. From Mr. Gould's Collection.

b. South Australia. Presented by His Excell. Capt. Sir G.

Grey,
o. Australia. Presented by M.-Gen. T. Hardwicke.

d. Australia. Presented by R. Butler, Esq.

e. Skull. S. Australia. From Mr. Warwick's Collection.

2. PODARGUS CUVIERI. Cuvier's Podargus.

Podargus Cuvieri Vig. $ Horsf. Linn. Trans, xx. p. 200.
Gould, B. of Austr. ii. pi. 4.

a. Van Diemen's Land. From Mr. Gunn's Collection.

b. Australia ? Presented by M.-Gen. T. Hardwicke.

c. Van Diemen's Land, male (Antarctic Expedition). Pre-

sented by the Admiralty.

d. Van Diemen's Land, female (Antarctic Expedition).

Presented by the Admiralty.

e. Van Diemen's Land, female (Antarctic Expedition),

Presented by the Admiralty.
/. Australia. From Mr. Gould's Collection.

3. PODARGUS PHAL^ENOIDES. The Moth-plumaged Podargus.
Podargus phalaenoides Gould, Proc. Zool. Soc. (1839) p. 142.
Gould, B. of Austr. ii. pi. 5.



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a. North-western Australia. Presented by His Excell. Capt.

Sir G. Grey.
~b, c. Port Essington, Australia. Presented by Capt. W.

Chambers, R. N.
d, e. Port Essington, young.

f. Cape Upstart, Australia, adult.

g. Skeleton, Australia. From Mr. Warwick's Collection.



3. BATRACHOSTOMUS.

Batrachostomus Gould, Icones Avium, (1838).
Bombycistomas Hay, Journ. A. S. B. (1841) p. 574., and
(1842) p. 798.

1. BATRACHOSTOMUS JAVANENSIS. Horsfield's Goatsucker.

Podargus javanensis Horsf. Linn. Trans, xiii. p. 141.
Podargus cornutus Temm. PL Col. 159.
Batrachostomus javanensis Gould.

Horsf. Zool Res. pi. . ; Steph. Gen. Zool. xiii, p. 92. pi. 41.

a. Indian Archipelago. From the Leyden Museum.

2. BATRACHOSTOMUS STELLATUS. The starry Batrachostomus.
Podargus stellatus Gould, Proc. Zool. Soc. (1837) p. 43.

a. Indian Archipelago. From Mr. Warwick's Collection.

3. BATRACHOSTOMUS AURITUS. The great-eared Goatsucker.
Podargus auritus Vigors, Mem. Rqffl. App. p. 652.
Bombycistomas Fullertonii Hay, Journ. A. S. B. (1841) p. 573.
Podargus Fullertoni (?) Blyth, Journ. A. S. B. (1842) p. 798.
Batrachostomus auritus Gould, Icon. Av. pi.

Griff. An. Kingd., Birds, ii. pi. p. 114.

a, b. Indian Archipelago. From Mr. Cuming's Collection.
c. Malacca. Presented by the Earl of Ellenborough.



4. JEGOTHELES.
^Egotheles Vig. Sf Horsf. Linn. Trans, xv. p. 194. (1826).

1. -<EGOTHELES NOV-E HOLLANDS. The New Holland
Goatsucker.

JSgotheles novae hollandiae Vig. fy Horsf. Linn. Trans, t. xv.
p. 197. ; Mag. de Zool. (1837) Ois. t. 82.



4 FISS1ROSTRES NOCTUENJE.

Caprimulgus novae hollandire Lath. Ind. Orn. p. 588.
Caprimulgus vittatus Lath. Ind. Orn. Suppl. p. Iviii. ; Lamb. Icon.

ined. i. 66.

Caprimulgus cristatus Shaw, White's Voy. pi. 29.
JEgotheles cristatus G.E. Gray, List of Gen. of B. (1840) p. 7.
JEgotheles lunulatus Jard. Sf Selby, III. of Orn. pi. 149.
JEgotheles australis Swains. Classif. of B. ii. p. 338.
Podargus ? novae hollandiae Steph. Gen. Zool. xiii. p. 93.

Phil. Bot. Bay, pi. in p. 270. ; Gould, B. of Austr. ii. pi. 1.

a, b. Australia. Presented by M.-Gen. T. Hardwicke.

c. Upper Hunter, New South Wales. From Mr. Gould's

Collection.

d. Australia. From Mr. Gould's collection.

e. South Australia, male. Presented by His Excell. Capt.

Sir G. Grey.
/. South Australia, female. Presenter 1 by His Excell. Capt.

Sir G. Grey.
g. River Murray, S. Australia. Presented by His Excell.

Capt. Sir G. Grey.

h. Interior of South Australia. Presented by Capt. Sturt.
i.j. Young.
k. Sternum, South Australia. Presented by His Excell. Capt.

Sir G. Grey.

2. JEooTHELES LEUCOG ASTER. The white-bellied Nightjar.

zEgotheles leucogaster Gould, Proc. Zool. Soc. (1844) p. 106.
B. of Austr. 'ii. pi. 2.

a, b. North-eastern Australia. Presented by Lt.-Col. Sir T.
L. Mitchell.



5. NYCTIBIUS.

Nyctibius Vieill. Analyse, p. 38. (1816).

1. NYCTIBIUS GRANDIS. The grand Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus grandis Gmel. S.N. i. p. 1029.

Nyctibius grandis Vieill. Diet, d 1 Hist. Nat. xvi, p. 7. ; Lafr. Mag.

de Zool (1837) Ois. p. 23.
Caprimulgus maximus Shaw, Lev. Mus. pi. 9.

PI enl. 325. ; Jard. and Selby, III. Orn. pi. 89.

a. South America.

b. Cayenne, very young. From M. Cuoy's Collection.



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2. NYCTIBIUS JAMAICENSIS. The Jamaica Goatsucker.

Nyctibius jamaicensis Steph. Gen. ZooL xiii. p. 91.
Caprimulgus jamaicensis Gmel. S. N. i. p. 1029.
Lath. Gen. Syn. pi. 75.

a, b. Jamaica. From Mr. Gosse's Collection.

3. ? NYCTIBIUS PECTORALIS. The Cayenne Goatsucker.

Nyctibius pectoralis Gould, Icones Avium, pi.

a c. South America. From Mr. Warwick's Collection.
d. Cayenne. Presented by H. C. Rothery, Esq.

4. NYCTIBIUS JETHEREUS. The great- tailed Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus aethereus Pr. Max. Beitr. i. p. 204.
Caprimulgus longicaudatus Spix, Av. Bras. ii. t. 2.
Nyctibius aethereus G. R. Gray, Gen. of B. i. p.
Nyctibius longicaudatus Lqfr. Mag. de ZooL (1837) Ois. p. 25.
a. Brazil. From Mr. Leadbeater's Collection.



ii. CAPRIMULGINJE.



1. CAPRIMULGUS.

Caprimulgus Linn. S.N. (1756).

Hirundo (pars) Linn. S.N. (1735).

Nyctichelidon Renn. Mont. Orn. Diet. (1831) p. 342.

Antrostomus Gould, Bonap. Comp, List of Birds. (1838).

Hydropsalis Wagl Isis, (1832) p. 1222.

Psalurus Sioains. Classif. of B. u. p. 339. (1837).



a. CAPRIMULGUS.

1. CAPRIMULGUS EUROP^US. The European Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus europaeus Linn. S. N. i. p. 346. ; Yarrcll, Brit. Birds,

ii. p. 270.
Caprimulgus punctatus Meyer, Tasch. Deut. i. p. 284. ; Brehm,

Vdg. Deut. i. p. 130.
Caprimulgus maculatus Brehm, Vdg. Deut. i. p. 131. t. 10. f. 1.

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D FISSIROSTRES NOCTURNE.

Nyctichelidon europaeus Renn. Mont. Orn. Diet. p. 335.
PL enl 193. ; Gould, B. of Eur. pi. 51.

a. Devonshire, male. From Col. Montagu's Collection.

b. Devonshire, female. From Col. Montagu's Collection.

c e. Cambridgeshire, males. Presented by Mr. J. Baker.

f. Cambridgeshire, female. Presented by Mr. J. Baker.

g, h. Cambridgeshire, young. Presented by Mr. J. Baker.
i. Europe, male. Presented by J. Gould, Esq.

j. South Africa, female. From Dr. A. Smith's Collection.
k. Sternum, England. Presented by John Ray, Esq.

2. CAPRIMULGUS RUFICOLLIS. The rufous-necked Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus ruficollis Temm. Man. d*Orn. (1820) i. p. 438.
Caprimulgus rufitorquis Vieill. Encyc. Meth. p. 546.
Gould, B. of Eur. pi. 52.

a. Europe, male. From M. Parzudaski's Collection.

b. Tunis, young. From Mr. Eraser's Collection.

3. CAPRIMULGUS RUFIGENA. The rufous-cheeked Goatsucker.
Caprimulgus rufigena Smith, III- Zool. of S. Afr. Birds, pi. 100.

a. Cape of Good Hope. Presented by Dr. Andrew Smith.

4. CAPRIMULGUS ISABELLINUS. The Isabella-coloured Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus isabellinus Temm. PL Col. 379.
Caprimulgus aegyptius Licht. Cat. Dupl. Berl. Mus. p. 59.

a. Abyssinia. From the Frankfort Museum.

b. Egypt. From Mr. Warwick's Collection.

5. CAPRIMULGUS NATALENSIS. The Port Natal Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus natalensis Smith, III. Zool. of S. Afr. Birds, pi. 99.

a. Port Natal, South Africa. Presented by Dr. A. Smith.

b. Port Natal, South Africa. From Mr. Argent's Collection.

6. CAPRIMULGUS LENTIGINOSUS. The South- African Goatsucker. ,

Caprimulgus lentiginosus Smith, 111. Zool. of S. Afr. Birds,
pi. 101.

a. South Africa. Presented by Dr. Andrew Smith.





CAPEIMULGIDJE.

7. CAPEIMULGUS PECTORALIS. The pectoral-banded Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus pectoralis Cuv. Reg. Anim. (1817) i. p. 376.
Caprimulgus africanus Steph. Gen. Zool. x. p. 157.
Levaill. Ois. d'Afr. t. 49.

a, b. Cape of Good Hope. Presented by F. Campbell, Esq.

c. Cape of Good Hope.

d. Cape of Good Hope. Presented by F. Campbell, Esq.

K 8. CAPEIMULGUS INDICUS. The Indian Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus indicus Lath. (?) Ind. Orn. ii. p. 588.
'Caprimulgus cinerascens Vieill. N. Diet. d'Hist. Nat. x. p. 283.
Caprimulgus saturior Hodgs. Gray, Zool. Misc. (1844) p. 82.

Gray, III. Ind. Zool. pi. 34.; f. 1. Hodgs. Icon. ined. Pass. 1.
f. 1.2. v.42. f.2.

a. Nepal, male. Presented by B. H. Hodgson, Esq.

b. Madras, male, young. Presented by Mr. J. Baker.

c. Nepal, female. Presented by B. H. Hodgson, Esq.

d. Nepal, young. Presented by B. H. Hodgson, Esq.

e. Madras, young. Presented by the Rev. B. B. Baber. "
/. Madras, male, young. Presented by T. C. Jerdon, Esq.
g. Madras, female, young. Presented by T. C. Jerdon, Esq.
hj. Himalayan Mountains. Presented J. R. Reeves, Esq.
k. India. From Mr. Warwick's Collection.

/. Java ? Presented by the Hon. East India Company.
m. Sternum, Nepal. Presented by B. H. Hodgson, Esq.

9. CAPEIMULGUS ASSIMILIS. The allied Goatsucker.

a. Borneo, male. Presented by His Excell. Sir J. Brooke.
If. Indian Archipelago, female. Presented by Capt. Sir
E. Belcher, C.B.R.N.

10. CAPEIMULGUS SPILOCIECUS. The spotted- tailed Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus macrourus Jerd. HI. Orn. pi. 24.
Caprimulgus mahrattensis (Sykes), Jerd. Madr. Journ. Lit. fy Sci.
(1840) p. 234., (1844) p. 143.

a. Madras (Eastern Ghauts). Presented by T. C. Jerdon, Esq.

11. CAPEIMULGUS MANILLENSIS. The Manilla Goatsucker.
a, b. Manilla. From Mr. Cuming's collection.

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FISSIEOSTBES NOCTURNE.

12. CAPRIMULGUS ALBONOTATUS. The Nepal Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus albonotatus Tick. Joum. A. S. B. ii. p. 580.
Caprimulgus nipalensis Hodgs. Gray's Zool. Misc. (1844), p. 82.
Caprimulgus innotatus Hodgs
Caprimulgus macrourus Blyth, Journ. A. S. B.
Hodgs. Icon. ined. Pass. 2. f. 1, 2, 3. v. 35. f. 1. 36.

a L Nepal. Presented by B. H. Hodgson, Esq.
j. Gangoutra, Himalayan Mountains.
k. Darzeeling. Presented by B. H. Hodgson, Esq.
L Sternum, JSTepal. Presented by B. H. Hodgson, Esq.

13. CAPRIMULGUS MONTICOLA. The bare-legged Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus monticola Frarikl. Proc. Zool. Soc. (1831) p. 116.
Caprimulgus gymnopus Hodgs. Gray, Zool. Misc. (1844) p. 82.
Hodgs. Icon. ined. Pass. 3.

a. India. Presented by the Hon. East India Company.

b. Sumatra.

c. Himalayan Mountains. Presented by J. R. Reeves, Esq.

d. Nepal. Presented by B. H. Hodgson Esq.

e. Madras, male. Presented by T. C. Jerdon, Esq.

f. Madras, female. Presented by T. C. Jerdon, Esq.

g. India, female Presented by W. W. Saunder, Esq.



CAPRIMULGUS ASIATICUS. The Bombay Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus asiaticus Lath. Ind. Orn. ii. p. 588.
Gray, III. Ind. Zool. pi. 34. f.2.

a c. India. Presented by J. R. Reeves, Esq.

d. - ? Presented by M.-Gen. T. Hardwicke.

15. CAPRIMULGUS CAYANENSIS. The white-necked Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus cayanensis Gmel. S. N. i. p. 1031.
Caprimulgus cayanus Lath. Ind. Orn. ii. p. 587.
Caprimulgus leucurus Vieill. N. Diet. d'Hist. Nat. x. p. 246.
Caprimulgus leopetes Jard. fy Selby, III. of Orn. pi. 87.
Azara, No. 314.

a. . Cayenne.

16. CAPRIMULGUS BIFASCIATUS. The bifasciated Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus bifasciatus Gould, Proc. Zool. Soc. (1837) p. 22. ; Voy.
of Beagle, Birds, p. 36.

a d. Chili. From Mr. Brydges's Collection.





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17. CAPRIMULGUS ? The ? Goatsucker.

a. Bolivia. From Mr. Brydges's Collection.

b. Caraccas, male. From Mr. Dyson's Collection.

c. Caraccas, female. From Mr. Dyson's Collection.

1 8. CAPRIMULGUS SEMITORQUATUS. The white-collared Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus semitorquatus Gmel. S. N. i. p. 1031.

PL enl. 734. ; G. R. Gray and Mitch. Gen. of B. pi. 18.

0. Para. Presented by R. Graham, Esq.

19. CAPRIMULGUS RETICULATUS. The reticulated Goatsucker.
a. Brazil. From Mr. Leadbeater's Collection.

20. CAPRIMULGUS ? The ? Goatsucker.

G . p Presented by M.-Gen. T. Hardwicke.

21. CAPRIMULGUS OCELLATUS. The ocellated Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus ocellatus Tschudi, Consp. Av. p. 8. 4to edit. t. 5. f. 2.
Caprimulgus brasiliensis {Gmel.) Tschudi, Faun. Per. 4to edit,
p. 20.

a. Brazil ? Presented by J. Gould, Esq.

b. South America. From Mr. Warwick's Collection.

b. ANTJROSTOMUS.

22. CAPRIMULGUS CAROLINENSIS. The Carolina Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus carolinensis Briss. Ornith. ii. p. 475.
Caprimulgus rufus Vieill. Ois. d"Amer. t. 25.

Anthrostornus carolinensis Gould, Bonap* Geogr. Compar. List of
Birds of Eur. and N. Amer. p. 8.

Catesby, Carol, pi. 8. ; Wils. Amer. Orn. pi. 54. f. 2. ; Audub.
B. of Amer. pi. 52.

a. Xorth America. Presented by M.-Gen. T. Hardwicke.

c. HYDROPSALIS.

23. CAPRIMULGUS FURCIFER, The scissor-tailed Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus furqifer Vieill. N. Diet. tfHist. Nat. x. p. 242.
Caprimulgus psalurus Temm. PI. col. 157.

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Hydropsalis Azarae Wagl. Isis, (1832) p. 1222.

Hydropsalis furcifer G. E. Gray, List of Gen. of B. (1840)

p. 8.

Psalurus macropterus Swains. Classif. of B. ii. p. 339.
Caprimulgus fissicaudus Merr. Ersch. und Grub. Encyc. xii. p. 148.

Azara, No. 309.

a. Brazil, male.

b. Brazil, female. Presented by J. Gould, Esq.

c. Brazil, female.

24. CAPRIMULGUS BOLIVIENSIS. The Bolivian Goatsucker.

a. Bolivia, male. From Mr. Brydges's Collection.

b. Bolivia, female. From Mr. Brydges's Collection.

25. CAPRIMULGUS CLIMACOCERCUS. The Guiana Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus climacocercus Tschudi, Faun. Peruv. Av. Consp.

No. 38.
Fauna Peruana, t. 6. f. 1.

a. British Guiana, male. Presented by Sir R. Schomburgk.

b. British Guiana, female. Presented by Sir R. Schomburgk.

c. British Guiana, . Presented by Sir R. Schomburgk.

26. CAPRIMULGUS MANURUS. The double-tailed Goatsucker.
Caprimulgus manurus Vieill. N. Diet. dHist. Nat. x. p. 239.

a. Bahia, male. From the Sunbury Museum.



2. ELEOTHREPTUS.

Eleothreptus G.E. Gray, List of Gen. of B. (1840) p. 7.
Amblypterus Gould, Proc. Zool. Soc. (1837) p. 105.
Amplypterus Weigm. Arch. (1838).

1. ELEOTHREPTUS ANOMALUS. The curved-quilled Goatsucker.

Amblypterus anomalus Gould, Proc. Zool. Soc. (1837) p. 105.

Icon. Av. pi.
Eleothreptus anomalus G. R. Gray, List of Gen. of B. (1840)

P . 7.

, a. Demerara (?). Presented by J. E. Gray, Esq.



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3. NYCTIDROMUS.
Nyctidromus Gould, Icon. Av. (1838).

1. NYCTIDROMUS DERBYANUS. Derby's Night-Runner.
Nyctidromus Derbyanus Gould, Icones Avium, pi.

a. Brazil.

b. Brazil. Presented by Capt. Lord Byron, R.N.

c. Para. Presented by R. Graham, Esq.

2. ? NYCTIDROMUS AFFIKIS. The allied Night-Runner.

a. Mexico. From Mr. Argent's Collection.

b. Belize, Honduras. From Mr. Dyson's Collection.

c. ? Mexico. From Mr. Argent's Collection.



4. EUROSTOPODUS.

Eurostopodus Gould, Proc. Zool. Soc. (1837) p. 142.
Lyncornis Gould, Icones Avium (1838).

a. EUROSTOPODUS.
1. EUROSTOPODUS ALBOGULARIS. The white-throated Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus albogularis Vig. fy Horsf. Linn. Trans, xv. p. 194.
Eurostopodus albogularis Gould, Proc. Zool. Soc. (1837) p. 142.
Caprimulgus mysticalis Temm. PL col. 410.
Caprimulgus albomaculatus Cuv.

Gould, B. ofAustr. ii. pi. 7. ; PL col. 410.

a. Woody Wallis's Island. Presented by the Earl of Derby.
b Australia, young.

2. EUROSTOPODUS GUTTATUS. The spotted-winged Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus guttatus Vig. fy Horsf. Linn. Trans, xv. p. 192.
Eurostopodus guttatus Gould, Proc. Zool. Soc. (1837) p. 142.
Gould, B. ofAustr. ii. pi. 7.

a. Australia. Presented by Lady Carrington.
b South Australia. Presented by His Excell, Capt. Sir G.
Grey.

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12 FISSIROSTRES NOCTURNE.

c. Red Wallis's Island. Presented by the Earl of Derby.

d. Australia. From Mr. Leadbeater's Collection.

e. Interior of South Australia. Presented by Capt. Sturt.

f. Victoria, North-western Australia. Presented by Capt-

W. Chambers, R.K

b. LYNCORNIS.
3. EUROSTOPODUS MACROTIS. The great-eared Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus macrotis Vigors, Proc. Zool. Soc. (1831) p. 97.
Lyncornis macrotis Gould, Icon. Av. pi.
Eurostopo'dus macrotis G. R. Gray, Gen. of B. i. p.

a. Philippine Islands. From Mr. Cuming's Collection.

4. EUROSTOPODUS ? The Goatsucker.

a. North parts of China. From Mr. Fortune's Collection.

5. EUROSTOPODUS TEMMINCKH. Temminck's Goatsucker.

Lyncornis Temminckii Gould, Icon. Av. pi.
Caprimulgus pulcher A. Hay, Madr. Journ.
Caprimulgus imberbis Temm. MSS.
Eurostopodus Temminckii G. R. Gray, Gen. of B. i. p.

a, b. Indian Archipelago. From Mr. Warwick's Collection.
c. Indian Archipelago.



ill. PODAGERINJZ.

1. SCOTORNIS.

Scotornis Swains. Classif. of B. ii. p. 339. (1837).

1. SCOTORNIS CLIMACURUS. The long- tailed Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus climacurus Vieill. Gal. des Ois. t. 122.
Caprimulgus longicaudus Steph. Gen. Zool. xiii. p. 89.
Scotornis climacterus Swains. Classif. of B. ii. p. 339.
Lath. Hist, of B. vii. pi. 114.

a. Gambia. From Mr. Kendall's Collection.

b. Western Africa. From Mr. Gould's Collection.

c. Western Africa. Presented by Col. Sabine, R. A.



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2. MACRODIPTERYX.

Macrodipteryx Swains. Classif. of B. ii. p. 339. (1837).
Seme'iophorus Gould, Icon. Av. ii. p. . (1838).
Cosmetornis G. R. Gray, List of Gen of B. (1840) p. 8.

1. MACRODIPTERYX LONGIPENNIS. The Leona Goatsucker.

Macrodipteryx longipennis G. R. Gray, List of Gen. of B. (1840)

p. 8.

Caprinmlgus longipennis Shaw, Nat. Misc. pi. 265.
Caprimulgus macrodipterus Afzel. Descr. Sierra Leona.
Macrodipteryx africanus Swains. Classif. of B. ii. p. 339.

a. Sierra Leona, male. Presented by Col. Sabine, R.A.

b. Sierra Leona, female. Presented by Col. Sabine, R. A.



3. CHORDEILES.
Chordeiles Swains. Faun. Bor. Amer. ii. p. 496. (1831).

1. CHORDEILES VIRGINIANUS. The Virginian Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus virginianus Briss. Orn. ii. p. 477.

Chordeiles virginianus Swains. Faun. Bor. Amer. ii. p. 337. 496.

Caprimulgus (Chordeiles) virginianus Swains. Faun. Bor. Amer.

ii. p. 337.

Caprimulgus popetue Vieill. Ois. a" Amer. Sept. t. 24.
Caprimulgus americanus Wils. Amer. Orn. pi. 40.

Edwards, Birds, pi. 63.; Audub. B. of Amer. pi. 147.

a. North America. Presented by M.-Gen. Hardwicke.

b. Northern Land Exped. Presented by Capt. Sir G. Back,

2. CHORDEILES ? The Goatsucker.

a. Lima, male. Presented by J. Gould, Esq.

b. Cayenne, female. Presented by H. C, Rothery, Esq.
c p p

d. South America. From Baron Laugier's Collection.

3. CHORDEILES RUPESTRIS. The Rock Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus rupestris Spix, Av. Bras. ii. t. 2.
Chordeiles rupestris G. R. Gray, Gen. of B. i. p.

a. Para. From Mr. Warwick's Collection.



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4. PODAGER.

Podager Wagl. Isis, (1832) p. 277.

Proithera Swains. Classif. of B. ii. p. 339. (1837).

1. PODAGER NACUNDA. The Nacunda Goatsucker.

Podager nacunda G. R. Gray, List of Gen. ofB. (1840) p. 10.
Caprimulgus nacunda Vieill. N. Diet. (THist. Nat. x. p. 240.
Caprimulgus diurnus Pr. Max. Beitr. iii. p. 326. ; Temm. PL col.

182.

Podager diurnus Wagl. Isis, (1832) p. 277.
Caprimulgus campestris Licht. Cat. Dupl. Berl. Mus. p. 59.
Proithera diurnus Swains. Classif. of B. ii. p. 339.

Azara, No. 312.

a, b. Brazil. Presented by Lord Stuart de Rothesay.
c. Brazil. From Mr. Warwick's Collection.

2. PODAGER NATTERERH. Natterer's Goatsucker.

Caprimulgus Nattererii Temm. PL col. 107.
Podager Nattererii G. R. Gray, Gen. of B. i. p.

a. Brazil. Presented by Lord Stuart de Rothesay.

b. Brazil. From Mr. Leadbeater's Collection.

c. South America.

3. ? PODAGER GOULDII. Gould's Goatsucker.
Podager Gouldii G. R. Gray and Mitch. Gen. of B. pi. 18.
. Cayenne. Presented by H. C. Rothery, Esq.



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Subtribe II. Fissirostres JDiurnce.

Fam. II. HIKUNDINID^E.

i. CYPSELINJE.

1. ACANTHYLIS.

Acanthylis Boie, Isis, (1826) p. 971.
Chsetura Steph. Gen. Zool. xiii. p. 76. (1825).
Hemiprocne Nitzsch, Petrylog. p. 123. (1840).
Pallene Less. Compl.Buff. viii. p. 493. (1837).
Hirund-apus Hodgs. Journ. A. S. B. (1836) p. 780.

1. ACANTHYLIS CAUDACUTA. The Australian needle-tailed Swallow,

Hirundo caudacuta Lath. Ind. Ornith. Suppl. p. Ivii.

Acanthylis caudacuta G.R. Gray, Ann. of Nat. Hist. (1843) p. 194.

Hirundo fusca Steph. Gen. ZooLxiii. P-76.

Chsetura australis Steph. Gen. Zool. xiii. p. 76.

Chaetura macroptera Swains. Zool. Illustr. n. s. pi. 42.

Pallene macroptera Boie, Isis, (1844) p. 168.

Pallene caudacuta Boie, Isis, (1844) p. 168.

Lamb. Icon. ined. ii. 88.; Gould, B. of Austr. ii. pi. 10.

a. Australia.

b. Australia. From Mr. Warwick's Collection.

c. Australia. Presented by R. Butler, Esq.

2. ACANTHYLIS NUDIPES. The naked-footed Acanthylis.

Chaetura nudipes Hodgs. Journ. A. S. B. (1836) p. 779.

Acanthylis nudipes G. R. Gray, Gen. of B.i. p.

Cypselus leuconotus Deless. Mag. de Zool. (1840) Ois. t. 20.

Souv. Voy. dans TInde, Ois. t. 9.
Pallene leuconota Boie, Isis (1844) p. 168.
Hodgs. Icon. ined. Pass. 5.

ad. Nepal. Presented by B. H. Hodgson, Esq.
e. Sternum. Presented by B. H. Hodgson, Esq.

3. ACANTHYLIS COLLARIS. The collared Acanthylis.

Hirundo collaris Temm. Pr. Max. Beitr. (1831) ii. p. 344.
Chaetura collaris Steph. Gen. Zool. xiii. p. 76.
Acanthylis collaris G. R. Gray, Gen. of B. i. p.
Hemiprocne collaris Nitzsch, Petrylog. p. 123.



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Apus (Pallene) collaris Less. Compl. Buff. viii. p. 493.
Pallene collaris Boie, Isis, (1844) p. 168.
Cypselus torquatus Licht.

Hirundo albicollis Vieill. N. Diet tfHist. Nat. xiv. p. 524/
Hirundo zonaris Shaw, Cim. Phys. pi. 55. ?
PL col. 195.; Vieill. Gal. des Ois. 1. 120.

a, I. Brazil. Presented by Lord Stuart de Rothesay.

c. British Guiana. From Sir R. Schomburgk's Collection.

d. Caraccas. From Mr. Dyson's Collection.

e. Brazil. ? Presented by M.-Gen. Hardwicke.

4. ACANTHYLIS PELASGiA. The aculeated Swallow.

Hirundo pelasgia Linn. S. N. i. p. 345.

Acanthylis pelasgia G. E. Gray, List of Gen. of B. (1840) p. 8.

Chastura pelasgia Steph. Gen. Zool. xiii. p. 76.

Apus (Pallene) pelasgia Less. Compl. Bvff. viii. p. 494.

PL enl. 726. f. 2. ; Vieill. Ois. dAmer. Sept. t. 33.; Wils. Amer.
Orn. pi. 39. f. 1. ; Audub. B. of Amer. pi. 158.

a. North America. Presented by J. Audubon, Esq.

b. North America. Presented by Dr. Ridgeway. +

5. ACANTHYLIS ? The Acanthylis.

a. Caraccas. From Mr. Dyson's Collection.

6. ACANTHYLIS POLIOURA. The grey-tailed Acanthylis.
Cypselus poliourus Temm. PL enl. 726. f. 2.

a. Cayenne. From Mr. Warwick's Collection.

7. ACANTHYLIS SPINICAUDA. The grey-backed Acanthylis.

Cypselus spinicaudus Temm.
Acanthylis spinicauda Boie, Isis, (1826) p. 971.
Hirundo pelasgia var. Lath.
PL enl. 726. f. 1.

a. Brazil. ? From Mr. Leadbeater's Collection.

8. ACANTHYLIS SABINI. The white-backed Acanthylis.

Chsetura Sabini Gray, Griff. An. Kingd. ii. p. 70.
Acanthylis Sabini G. R. Gray, Gen. of B. i. p.
Chaetura bicolor Gray, Zool. Misc. p. 7.
Pallene leucopygia Boie, Isis, (1844) p. 168.

a. Western Africa. Presented by Col. Sabine, R. A.



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2. MACROPTERYX.

Macropteryx Swains. Zool. Illustr. (1832).


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