The Published Writings of George Newbold Lawrence, 1844-1891, Ausgaben 40-42

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1892 - 124 Seiten
The beneficial influence of the labors of Mr. Lawrence on the progress of American ornithology has been great and undisputed, but it was particularly among the avifauna of the West Indies, Mexico, Central and South America that his most strenuous efforts were exerted. A scrutiny of the titles of his numerous papers will fully indicate the wide scope and excellent character of the work of this veteran ornithologist.
 

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56
Hirundo horreorum Barton 285
60
CeryU lorquata Linn 290
62
Cathartes aura Linn 279
63
Cardinalit virginianus Bon 286
65
Lanu nnithsonianus Conea 299
66
K Hirundo lunirons Say 285
68
Scaphorhynehus mexicanus Lafr 295
70
Myrmothrrulaulviventris n 8 461469
71
Lawrence GeorgeN Descriptions of New Species of Birds of the Genera
75
Ceryle alcyon Linn 290
76
11
78
lHayanigricritta Scl 300
81
FALCONID
84
Chaetura pelatgia Linn 201
88
VniotiUn raria Linn San Tost Barranca Juiz
93
1rotoiiotaria citrea Bodd Punta Arenas
94
STKIGID
97
Cetthiola mexicana Sol Turrialba Aleno
98
Tanagra diaconun Less Sun J oat Angostura
99
Phoenicothraupix cannivli n s Angostura
100
Alphabetical list of new species and subspecies of birds described by
101
Index
107
Myrmothervlafulviventritt Lawr Angostura
108
240 Kamphocamus temitorquatus Lawr lo8109
109
Formicaritu analis Lafr et DOrb
110
Malaeoptila rrrapaeia Scl Pacuare Guiatil
118
Oulicivora atrieapiUa Swain Texas
124
Lawrknce George N Descriptions of New Species of Birds of the Genera
1
13 Mionectes oUwrinu Liclit
2
ltSt Uwhenck Gkoisck X haraotors of mvoii New tKties of Birds froui Ceu
4
t U wjj VflUj
7
Lipaugua albogrisruf n a 9
9
Hyrnium pertpiciltatum Lath
10
S CalKtte raiitrjca Lafr 17
17
FACTS AND OBSERVATIONS FROM NOTES TAKEN WHEN IN TEXAS BY OAPT J P MCOWN
26
Careba carneipet Scl 291
32
Attila iclaUri n 8 470471
41
Cyphorinus cantans Gm
50
KECURVIROSTKI U
81
Qporornis formosus Wihi Dota 94
94
Geothlypis macgilliirayi Ami Barranca 04 95
95
Srt iphaja rutieilla Linn Angostura Turrialba 96
96
Vtreo pollen Salv Punta Annua 97
97
Arremon aurantiirostris Lafr San Mateo Dota Guiatil 102
102
Cknjsuronta elUice Boorc et Mais
128
Pterogloxsus torquatus Gm Angostura Turrlalba
129
Capito bmircieri Lafr Barranca Turrlalba
130
ThamnophUut amazonicut Scl 325
135
Cyanocitta erittmta Linn
144
Odoutophurut guianentit Gm 301
i
CopperContinued
xi
Introduction 1
PIC1D
1
35 Tetragonops frantzii Scl San Jose Cervantes Navarro Btrrls
3
Spermophila emicoUariM n 8 10
8
Chaparral cock Oeoeoceyx viaticxt Wagler 1112
11
Penelope purpuraseens Wagl 12
12
Application of gold 15
15
Fmrus utnmsnMms Up 283
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7 1
71
Lawrence Gkoruk N Description of a New Species of Bird of the Genns
79
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18
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fSfanoUxul eyanoidet Lafr
92
Phtxnieothraupisrubicoide Lafr
96
Martjarornix brunnexeenx Scl San Jose Runcho Rixtomlo Barranca San Mateo Birris 100
100
Slyphorhynehus pectoralix Sri i Salv 106
106
Dendrnruii pardalotu Vieill Tucurriqui 107
107
Tyrannitens parrut Lawr Turrialba 112
112
ttoNjn aVrMMM Kaup Santa Ana 114
114
Vhiromaehfrris eandei Parzud Turrialba Angostura 117
117
Trogon teneUui Cab Angostura Guiatil Pacuarc Barranca 119
119
lharomacrti mocinno De la Llave 1 120
120
Ulaueis ruckeri Bourc 121
121
Chalybvra melanorrhoa Salv C carmi li Lawr Angostura Pacuarc 122
122
iouldia eimrerti Bourc 123
123
Panterpe inriyni Cab La Caudelaria Voloan Yrazu 124
124
Oreopyra Imeatpii Gould Volcano of Cbiriqui 125
125
Palma 130
130
Chloronerpex oteaffinui Licht Barranca Turrialba 131
131
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140
Pentorevt eanadentit Linn
145
Lawrence George N Descriptions of New Species of Birds of the Genera
165
ir i
166
Tanagra diaconat Lese
179
Embemagra etriaticepe Lafr _____
180
Demiegretta ludoviciana Wilson 292
181
Thamnophiluí affinit Cab
182
Chiramachaeru canda Parzud
183

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