Author:Charles Lucien Bonaparte

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Charles Lucien Bonaparte
(1803–1857)
French biologist
Charles Lucien Bonaparte

Works[edit]

  • American Ornithology, or, The Natural History of Birds Inhabiting the United States (4 vols., Philadelphia, 1825-'33). (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2, 3, 4)
  • Conspectus Generum Avium (Leyden, 1850)
  • Revue critique de l'ornithologie Européenne (Brussels, 1850)
  • Monographie des loxiens (Leyden, 1850) in collaboration with H. Schlegel
  • Catalogue des oiseaux d'Europe (Paris, 1856)
  • Memoirs (New York, 1836)

In conjunction with M. de Pouancé, he also prepared descriptive catalogue of pigeons and one of parrots which were published after his death. Among his papers published are:

  • “Observations on the Nomenclature of Wilson's ‘Ornithology,’” Journal of the Academy of Philadelphia
  • “Synopsis of the Birds of the United States,” Annals of the Lyceum of New York
  • “Catalogue of the Birds of the United States,” Contributions of the Maclurian Lyceum of Philadelphia

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