Bonaparte, Charles Lucian, 1803-1857 / American ornithology, or, The natural history of birds inhabiting the United States, not given by Wilson : with figures drawn, engraved, and coloured, from nature
Scolopaceous courlan. Aramus scolopaceus. Plate XXVI. Fig. 2, pp. 111-117
RLAN. -LATH. Ind. Orn. , p. 701, ToD. Gal. .is. 1I, p. 134, pi. Spechk. comp. sw. Phi lad. ID'. Ralal Guarauna, ILL. (mentio duntaxat.) Rallus gtga, LICHT. Berlin. V6o. Verz. p. 79, sp. 815. Rallus ardeoideq, Spix, .4v. Brasil. II, pl. 91. Rallus giganteus, NoB. Add. Orn. U; S. in Journal Rc. Nat. Se. Philad. V, p. 31. othorodius Guarauna, WAGLER, Syst. .vium, I, sp. 1. GOLDFUSS, Nat. dl/las, Rves, pl. 239. urliri Courlan, VniILL. loc. cit. varauna, MARCGH. Brasil, p. 204. urlan ou. Courliri, BUFF. Ois. VII, p. 442. ID. ed. 1783, VIII7 p. 266. ID. pl. enl. 848. 1ran, d'AzARA, Poy. IV, p. 223, sp. 366, an excellent description. olopaowus Heron, LATH. Syn. V, p. 102, sp. 79. ID. Gen. Mist. VIII, p. 135. sp. 116. My collection. HERE is a bird, which, if any, might be considered as partaking a double nature, some authors having regarded it as a Heron lied to the Rails, and, others as a Rail' somewhat analogous to he Herons. But notwithstanding these more striking affinities, id many besides that shall be carefully pointed out, for it is not ontented with these. it fillv d*ewervR n PennetitfltP ViP FennR h self. After due consIderation, t r -w v wi i - a it nJ tself.: After due consideration, therefore, we, have withda~ t .
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