New species of birds described from 1941 to 1955

@article{Mayr2005NewSO,
  title={New species of birds described from 1941 to 1955},
  author={Ernst Mayr},
  journal={Journal f{\"u}r Ornithologie},
  year={2005},
  volume={98},
  pages={22-35}
}
  • E. Mayr
  • Published 2005
  • Biology
  • Journal für Ornithologie
Carriker, the collector of the one and only specimen, suggests that it is a subspecies of C. idoneus, basing his opinion largely on the fact that all of its genera and species of Mallophagan parasites are identical with those taken on C. idoneus. (See Novidades Colombianas, No. 2, June 1, 1955, pp. 43--49.) -Differs from C. kerriae Chapman by being paler. A number of "species" of CryptureUus will no doubt have to be combined and it is not certain which the oldest name will be. 

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