Anthus trivialis trivialis

Anthus trivialis trivialis Linn.

Anthus trivialis Linn., Syst. Nat., 10th ed., vol. i, p. 166, Jan. 1758 : Sweden, Europe.

Alauda plumata P. L. S. Muller, Nat. Syst., Suppl., p. 137, 1776.

Alauda turdina Scopoli, Annus I. Hist. Nat., 1769.

Alauda agrestis Latham, Gen. Synops. Birds, Suppl., vol. i, p. 287, 1787: England.

Alauda minor Gmelin, Syst. Nat., vol. i, pt. ii, p. 793, 1789 : England.

Anthus arboreus Bechstein, Gemein. Naturg. Deutschl., vol. iii, p. 756,1807: Mid-Germany.

Anthus agilis Sykes, P. Z. S., 1832, p. 91, July 31: Dukhun.

Motacilla spipola Pallas, Zoogr. Rosso-Asiat., vol. i, p. 512, 1811-27: Russia.

Anthus foliorum Breton, Handb. Vogel Deutschl., p. 326, 1831; Europe.

Anthus juncorum Brehm. Handb. Vogel Deutschl., p. 326, 1831: Europe.

Anthus herbarum id., ibid., p. 327, 1831 : Europe.

Anthus maculatus and A. brevirostris Gray, Cat. Birds Nepal, p. 7, 1846 ; Hodgs., Zool. Misc., p. 83, 1844, as synonyms.

Anthus arboreus validus Brehm, Naumannia, 1856, p. 339: Europe.

Anthus luteigularis id., ibid.: Europe. Anthus saxorum id., ibid., p. 340 : Furope.

Anthus microrhynchus id., ibid.: Europe.

Pipastes trivialis major Hartert, Vogel Palaark. Fauna, vol. i, p. 272, ex A. E. Brehm, Verz. Samml., p. 7, 1866, nom. nud. 1905, as synonym.

BookTitle: 
The Fauna Of British India, Including Ceylon And Burma-birds. Synonymy(second Edition)
Reference: 
Baker, EC S (1922–1930) The fauna of British India, including Ceylon and Burma. Second edition. vol.7 1930.
Title in Book: 
Anthus trivialis trivialis
Spp Author: 
Linn.
Book Author: 
Edward Charles Stuart Baker
Year: 
1930
Page No: 
264
M_ID: 
30447
M_SN: 
Anthus trivialis trivialis
Volume: 
Vol. 7
Term name: 
id: 
7215

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