Hydroprogne caspia caspia

Hydroprogne caspia caspia Pallas.

Sterna caspia Pallas, Nov. Comm. Acad. Sci. Petrop., vol. xiv (1), p. 582, 1770 : Caspian Sea.

(Sterna tschegrava Lepechin, Nov. Comm. Petrop., vol. iv, pl. i, p. 500, 1770, is non-binomial.)

Sterna megarhynchos Wolf & Meyer, Handb. Vogel Deutschl., vol. ii, p. 33, 1805; new name only.

Sterna schillingi Brehm, Beitr. zur Vogelk., vol. iii, p. 641, pl. 4, 1822: Germany.

Sylochelidon balthica Brehm, Handb. Vogel Deutschl., p. 769, 1831; Baltic Sea.

Thalassites melanotis Swains., Birds West Africa, vol. ii, p. 253, 1837: West Africa.

Sylochelidon macrorhyncha Brehm, Isis, 1844, col. 186, nom. nud.

Thalasseus imperator Coues, Proc Acad, Nat. Sci. Philad., 1862, p. 538: North America.

Sylochelidon caspia vera Hartert, Vogel Palaark. Fauna, vol ii, p. 1692, 1921, ex A. E. Brehm, Verz. Samml., p. 14, 1866, nom, nud., 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.8 1930.
Title in Book: 
Hydroprogne caspia caspia
Spp Author: 
Pallas
Book Author: 
Edward Charles Stuart Baker
Year: 
1930
Page No: 
500
M_ID: 
4583
M_CN: 
Caspian Tern
M_SN: 
Hydroprogne caspia
Volume: 
Vol. 8
Term name: 
id: 
8670

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