Tringa glareola

Tringa glareola Linn.

Tringa glareola Linn., Syst, Nat., 10th ed., vol. i, p. 149, Jan. 1758: Sweden, Europe.

Tringa grallatoris Montagu. Suppl. Orn. Dict., App. S, 1813; new name for T, glareola Linn.

Totanus affinis Horsf., Trans. Linn. Soc, vol. xiii, pt. i, p. 191, May 1821: Java.

Totanus sylvestris Brehm, Handb. Vog. Deutschl., p. 638, 1831 : Germany.

Totanus palustris id-, ibid., p. 639 : Germany. Totanus kuhlii id., ibid., p. 641: Java.

Totanus glareoides Gray, Cat. Birds Nepal, p. 138, 1846, ex Hodgs., Zool. Misc., p. 86, 1844, nom. nud., as synonym.

Rhyacophilus glareola picturata Mathews, Bull. B. O. C, vol. xxxvi, p. 82, 1916: North-West Australia.

Totanus glareola vulgaris Hartert, Vog. Palaark. Fauna, vol. ii, p. 1620, 1921, ex A. E. Brehm, Verz. Samml., p. 12, 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: 
Tringa glareola
Spp Author: 
Linn
Book Author: 
Edward Charles Stuart Baker
Year: 
1930
Page No: 
528
M_ID: 
4298
M_CN: 
Wood Sandpiper
M_SN: 
Tringa glareola
Volume: 
Vol. 8
Term name: 
id: 
8801

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