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An overlooked Heron of the javan ornis Naturalis
Oort, E.D. van.
Meyer and Wiglesworth state in the »Birds of Celebes”, Vol. II, 1898, p. 857, that Ixobrychus eurhythma has been observed in Java, a specimen from that island received from von Schierbrand being in the Dresden Museum. It seems that this statement is overlooked by all authors who have written in recent time about the ornis of Java: Vorderman, Finsch, Koningsberger and Bartels. In the »Hand-list of the genera and species of birds”, Vol. I, 1899, Sharpe does not mention Java in the distribution of this species. Dubois however, in the second volume of his »Synopsis Avium”, 1904, gives Java as a locality where this heron is observed. The Leyden Museum also possesses a specimen from Java. This is a young example, collected in 1827 near Buitenzorg, W. Java, by S....
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1910 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/509208
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An undescribed form of Microglossus aterrimus Naturalis
Oort, E.D. van.
The typical habitat of Microglossus aterrimus (Gmelin) is Australia, where the bird is found only in the northern part. Under this name black cockatoos from New Guinea, and by some authors also from the Aroe Islands, Misool, Salawatti and Waigeoe, have been mentioned; Messrs. Rothschild and Hartert, however, separate birds from the last named islands subspecifically from those of New Guinea. Specimens from the Aroe Islands are, as a rule, much smaller than those from New Guinea and the western Papuan Islands, so that it is correct to recognise them as a subspecies, named Microglossus aterrimus alecto (Temminck), or, probably more correctly, M. a. intermedia (Schlegel), as the type-specimen of Ara alecto Temminck is without indication of habitat and as...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1911 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508728
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Ardea purpurea madagascariensis, nov. subsp. from Madagascar Naturalis
Oort, E.D. van.
The purple heron of Madagascar is a much darker bird than Ardea purpurea L. of Europe and Africa. The fore part of the throat and the neck are streaked with black like in this species, but the black streaks are broader and more numerous. The black lines, running down each side of the neck are much broader. The upper parts are olivaceous-brown; back, ends of inner secondaries and tail blackish brown with green gloss, especially on the back. The harrow, elongated plumes depending from the scapulars and inner secondaries are not hoary grey and light rufous like in Ardea purpurea L., but brownish grey and darker rufous. The lateral feathers of the lower neck are olivaceous brownish grey, not slaty grey like in purpurea. In the Leyden Museum there are two...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1910 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/509194
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Bird-marking in the Netherlands Naturalis
Oort, E.D. van.
Since May of this year the Museum of Natural History at Leyden is carrying into execution the inquiry into migration and other movements of birds in the Netherlands by means of aluminium rings. The results will be published in this periodical and at the same time in Dutch in the periodical of the „Nederlandsche Ornithologische Vereeniging”. It is not necessary to give here particulars about our method of working or about the rings used, only I will remark that our rings are of ten sizes. The smaller rings are marked MUSEUM the larger ones MUSEUM NAT. HIST., all of course also LEIDEN LEIDEN—HOLLAND numbered. Since May more than 2500 rings have been sent to 40 persons, willing to co-operate at the scheme for marking birds in our country. As far as I can see...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1911 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508490
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Bird-marking in the Netherlands. II. Recovery of marked Birds Naturalis
Oort, E.D. van.
In addition to my first paper on this subject on page 55 of the present volume, I give here an enumeration of recoveries of birds, marked on account of the Leyden Museum in 1911 as well as in 1912. The number of the birds marked in 1912 is considerably surpassing that of them marked in 1911. I cannot give now the exact number of marked birds nor a complete list of the species, as many of our cooperators did not yet sent to me the filled-in schedules.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1912 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/509058
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Bird-marking in the Netherlands. III. Recovery of marked Birds Naturalis
Oort, E.D. van.
In the following lines I have enumerated the recoveries of our marked birds, of which notice was given to me since my last paper on bird-marking in vol. XXXIV of this periodical. I have to tender my best thanks to all cooperators, to them who helped us in ringing birds, and especially to them in foreign countries, who sent us informations about capture of our ring-birds.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1913 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508628
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Catalogue ostéologique des oiseaux Naturalis
Oort, E.D. van.
Je le crois utile de faire précéder le présent Catalogue par quelques remarques. J’ai énuméré autant que possible les parties, qui font défaut aux squelettes. L’absence de plusieurs osselets, comme des doigts, des vertèbres caudales, des côtes etc. au même échantillon, est indiqué par „incomplet” ou „trèsincomplet”. Si l’état incomplet est très considérable, j’ai fait usage du mot „défectueux”. Sous un certain rapport tous les squelettes et tous les crânes, excepté ceux, qui ont été préparés dans le cours des dernières années, sont incomplets, c'est-à-dire par l’absence de l’hyoïde. La plupart des squelettes anciens ne sont pas achevés parfaitement, la peau des pattes et la couverture corneuse du bec n’étant pas éloignées.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1907 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508268
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Contribution to our knowledge of the Avifauna of the Netherlands, being a list of all the species of birds hitherto observed, with special references to specimens in the Leyden Museum Naturalis
Oort, E.D. van.
Though the specimens in our general ornithological collection, for the greater part collected before and at the time that the late Professor H. Schlegel interested himself much in the knowledge of the birds of the Netherlands — that is before 1865 —, in addition with those of the fine collection of stuffed birds, brought together by the late Mr. J. P. van Wickevoort Crommelin, all captured in the Netherlands and received by the Museum in 1893, form for many of the species a scientific material, I however acquired the experience, when taking the care of the Birds-collection of our Museum in 1904, that many other species, even some of the commonest ones, were represented in an insufficient manner, so that it was impossible to make a somewhat serious study...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1908 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508684
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Description of eight new Birds collected by Mr. H. A. Lorentz in Southwestern New Guinea Naturalis
Oort, E.D. van.
The collection of birdsskins made by Mr. H. A. Lorentz during his glorious and successful expedition to the snowy mountains of New Guinea contains nearly thousand specimens. As could be expected, there are many interesting examples in the collection, new species as well as such which as yet had not been recorded from western New Guinea. The descriptions of the new forms, collected in the higher parts between 2600 and 4200 m., are given in the following lines; the report on the whole collection shall be published in „Nova Guinea”.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1910 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508615
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Ein Beitrag zur Kenntniss von Halitherium (Lendengegend, Becken und Zungenbeinkörper) Naturalis
Oort, E.D. van.
Zu den neueren Erwerbungen des Leidener Museums gehört ein fast vollständiges Skelet des Halitherium Schinzi KAUP von Flonheim, wovon einige Teile nach angestelltem Vergleich mit den noch lebenden verwandten Formen zu nachstehenden Mitteilungen Anlass geben. Von den jetzt noch lebenden Sirenen besitzt Manatus das am meisten rudimentäre Becken. Es besteht aus zwei platten, vierseitigen Knochenstücken, die in der Medianlinie mit einander verbunden und nur durch Bandmasse an der Wirbelsäule befestigt sind. Bei einem Skelete von Manatus australis von 2,25 m Totallänge, im Leidener Zoologischen Museum befindlich, liegen beide Knochenstücke ungefähr in einer Ebene, welche mit der Wirbelsäule einen fast rechten Winkel bildet. Die Bandmasse, an welcher das Becken...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1895 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/509561
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Eudynamis Minima, an apparently new Cuckoo from Southwestern New Guinea Naturalis
Oort, E.D. van.
Only an adult male of this apparently new form of the genus Eudynamis has been collected near Bivak Island, in the Noord River, Southwestern New Guinea, at 9 January 1910 by the members of the last Lorentz-expedition to the snowy mountains. (Coll. Lorentz n°. 508). The plumage is black, glossed with greenish blue. Iris fire-red; bill dull yellow with blackish base; feet black. The dimensions are very small, smaller than those of any of the described forms of Eudynamis, even inferior to those of Eudynamis orientalis alberti Rothschild & Hartert of the Solomon Islands, which has a length of wing from 180—185 mm. (Nov. Zool. XIV, 1907, p. 440). Our specimen measures: culmen 23, wing 169, tail 164, tarso-met. 30 mm.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1911 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/509025
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Hierofalco gyrfalco islandus (Brünnich), a new Bird to the Avifauna of the Netherlands Naturalis
Oort, E.D. van.
A few days ago I saw a fine example of a white Gyr-Falcon, that has been shot in our country near the village Rijsbergen, south-west of Breda, in the province Noord-Brabant on the 7th of December 1909. It is in the possession of Mr. C. J. Bosman at Scheveningen, who received it from the lucky shooter, Mr. Rubert at Princenhagen near Breda. The specimen has been stuffed by a taxidermist in Rotterdam, who determined the sex as a female. The bird is a rather young specimen of Hierofalco gyrfalco islandus (Brünnich). I mention here only its capture, which is the first known occurrence of this form in the Netherlands, and hope to give a detailed description of it in my annual report on birds from the Netherlands, received by our Museum from September till...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1910 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/509020
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List of a collection of Birds from Western Java and from Krakatau Naturalis
Oort, E.D. van.
The collection of birds, of which the following lines contain an enumeration of the species, has been brought together by Mr. Edward Jacobson. It is a fine collection of about 800 well-prepared and exactly labelled skins, a few of which are collected by Mr. Jacobson himself, by far the larger part however by native hunters under his direct supervision. The birds are collected at various parts of the residence Batavia and of the former residence Krawang, on Goenoeng Karang in the residence Bantam, near Palaboean Ratoe at the Wijnkoopsbaai in the residence Preanger Regentschappen and on the island Krakatau in the straits of Soenda. To the last-named island Mr. Jacobson paid a short visit on occasion of the surveying of the group of Krakatau in May 1908. An...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1910 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/509104
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On a new Bird of Paradise Naturalis
Oort, E.D. van.
Mr. Th. H. Ruys, who stayed during four years for commercial purposes at the north-west coast of New Guinea, presented at his return in Holland to our Museum some skins of birds of paradise, among which is, besides the rare Diphyllodes gulielmi III, also a species, being as I believe new to science. I cannot place it in any of the described genera of the Paradiseida ; it shows some relations to Diphyllodes and also to Paradisea, but as there are important differences with these two genera, I propose to call it: Neoparadisea ruysi, nov. gen. et nov. spec. The bird seems to be a male in not fully developed plumage. The tail is, like that of Paradisea, composed of 12 feathers, of which the central pair is much elongated, like in P. apoda and minor, but the...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1906 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508614
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On a new bird of paradise from Central New Guinea, Falcinellus meyeri albicans Naturalis
Oort, E.D. van.
Among the collection of birdskins brought home by the third expedition to Mount Wilhelmina in the Snow Mountains of New Guinea there are some specimens, males and females, of a bird of paradise, much resembling Falcinellus meyeri (Finsch) from South-east New Guinea, but differing in some points. They likely are representatives of a western form of the above-named species, inhabiting the high mountains of the central part of Netherlands' New Guinea. I name this form: Falcinellus meyeri albicans nov. subsp. The adult male is similar to that of meyeri, the long feathers of the flanks however are white and not pale yellowish brown; the breast is more pure olive, with less brown tinge. The female much resembles that of meyeri, but the colour of the back, upper...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.83.
Ano: 1915 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/318071
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On a new form of the genus Psephotus Naturalis
Oort, E.D. van.
This apparently new form, which is a subspecies of Psephotus chrysopterygius Gould (Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1857, p. 220), much resembles Psephotus dissimilis Collett (Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1898, p. 350), differs however in the male by its deep black forehead, crown, nape and lores, these parts being dark chestnut in dissimilis, which is likely a local form of chrysopterygius. Lately the Leyden Museum was presented with a male, which died in the aviaries of Mr. F. E. Blaauw at ’s Graveland and some days ago I saw three living males and two females in the possession of the same gentleman; these males agree perfectly with the skin in our possession. As no trace of a dark chestnut at the head can be observed in any of the examples and as the males, when...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1910 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508511
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On a new species of Chalcopsitta from N. W. New Guinea Naturalis
Oort, E.D. van.
This magnificent new species of the genus Chalcopsitta, which I describe here under the name of Chalcopsitta spectabilis, nov. sp. is nearly allied to Chalcopsitta insignis Oustalet; it differs however in many respects from this species and shows at the same time some relation to Chalcopsitta scintillatus (Temminck). Forehead, lores and upper parts of the cheeks red; head and neck black; lower cheeks and throat black with a red tinge; elongated feathers of the hind neck and upper back purplish black with greenish yellow shaftstreaks; back and wings dark greenish brown, the smaller wingcoverts with dark edges, near the bend of the wing the feathers violet; rump bright blue; upper tailcoverts dark green; tailfeathers above olive-green with violet tips,...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1908 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508598
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On a new subspecies of the genus Pitohui Lesson, with an enumeration of the species of this genus in the collection of the Leyden Museum Naturalis
Oort, E.D. van.
It has already been observed by Salvadori ¹), that a specimen of Pitohui cerviniventris (Gray) from Waigeoe was brighter in colour on the undersurface than another from Batanta. The two specimens from the last-named locality in our collection, a male and a female, are also different from eleven specimens from Waigeoe and Ghemien (Garamen), an island south of the first. Though Rothschild and Hartert ²) state, that in the British Museum the Batanta-specimeus agree with those from Waigeoe (if correctly labelled), I find the differences in our specimens so striking, that I propose to separate the specimens from Batanta under the name of Pitohui cerviniventris pallidus, subsp. nov.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1907 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/509237
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On a small collection of Birds from Mount Tengger, East Java Naturalis
Oort, E.D. van.
In January 1911 Mr. E. Jacobson spent some weeks at Nongkodjadjar on Mount Tengger, East Java, at an elevation of about 1200 m. above sea-level. Here he brought together a small collection of birdskins, 24 specimens belonging to 18 species, which he kindly presented to our Museum. The collection contains one form, a Crocopsis, that seems to be an undescribed subspecies. In the following lines an enumeration of the species is to be found; where necessary, I have referred to my list of the birds, collected by Mr. Jacobson is West Java, published in this periodical, vol. XXXII, 1910, pp. 105—166.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1911 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508993
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On Aestrelata aterrima (Bonaparte) Naturalis
Oort, E.D. van.
Last year Mr. P. Buitendijk had the good fortune to obtain again an example of Aestrelata aterrima (Bonaparte), caught aboard ship at night in the Indian Ocean (lat. 10°52'N., long 60°8' E.) at December 11th 1911. This is the second example presented by him to our collection (cf. Notes Leyden Mus. XXXIII, 1910—’11, p. 113). It is a female in worn plumage, moulting wing- and tailfeathers, and having no whitish feathers on the lores and on the head like the first specimen. Mr. Buitendijk has noted the colour of the light parts of the feet in the live bird dull white; that of iris and bill black. I received the bird in rather fresh condition, as it had been preserved in the refrigerating-room of the steamer; the colour of the light parts of the feet was then...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1912 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/509320
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