Cincloramphus Llaneae Bird
Protonym: Cichlornis llaneae Bull.Br.Orn.Club 103 p.23
Taxonomy: Passeriformes / Locustellidae / Cincloramphus
Taxonomy Code: bouthi1
Type Locality: Crown Prince Range, ca. lat. 6° 19'' S., long. 155° 30'' E., central Bougainville Island, North Solomons Province, Papua New Guinea.
Publish Year: 1983
IUCN Status: Near Threatened
(Locustellidae; Ϯ Brown Songlark C. cruralis) Mod. L. cinclus thrush < Gr. κιγκλος kinklos unknown waterside bird; ῥαμφος rhamphos bill; "Genus CINCLORAMPHUS. Bill rather shorter than the head; culmen slightly arched; the tip distinctly notched; the commissure slightly angulated at the base, and somewhat incurved for the remainder of its length; nostrils, lateral, oval; wings moderate, rigid, first quill very long and nearly equal to the second and third, which are the longest; tertials nearly as long as the primaries; tail rather small and cuneiform; tarsi very strong and scutellated anteriorly; toes long and powerful, particularly the hinder one and claw, which is articulated on the same plane with the inner toe; lateral toes nearly equal. Type. Megalurus cruralis, Vig. and Horsf." (Gould 1838); "Cincloramphus Gould, 1838, Synop. Birds Australia, pt. 4, app., p. 4. Type, by original designation, Megalurus cruralis Vigors and Horsfield." (Mayr in Peters, 1986, XI, p. 44).
Var. Cynclorhamphus, Cynchlorhamphus, Cinctorhamphus.
Synon. Dulciornis, Maclennania, Ptenoedus.
Llane Hadden (fl. 2002) wife of New Zealand ornithologist Don Hadden (Megalurulus).
UPPERCASE: current genus
Uppercase first letter: generic synonym
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lowercase: species and subspecies
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Gr.: ancient Greek
<: derived from
syn: synonym of
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TL: type locality
OD: original diagnosis (genus) or original description (species)