File:Haeckel Trochilidae.jpg

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  1. Trochilus colubris (Linné) = Archilochus colubris (Linnaeus, 1758) (cat), ♂
  2. Heliactin cornutus (Bonaparte) = Heliactin bilophus (Temminck, 1820) (cat), ♂
  3. Topaza pella (Gray) = Topaza pella (Linnaeus, 1758) (cat), ♂
  4. Sparganura sappho (Cabanis) = Sappho sparganura (Shaw, 1812) (cat), ♂
  5. Lophornis ornata (Lesson) = Lophornis ornatus (Boddaert, 1783) (cat), ♂
  6. Docimastes ensifer (Gould) = Ensifera ensifera (Boissonneau, 1840) (cat), ♂
  7. Eutoxeres condamini (Reichenbach) = Eutoxeres condamini (Bourcier, 1851) (cat),
  8. Lophornis gouldii (Gray) = Lophornis gouldii (Lesson, 1833) (cat), ♂
  9. Ornismya petasphora (Lesson) = Colibri serrirostris (Vieillot, 1816) (cat), ♂
  10. Augastes lumachellus (Gould) = Augastes lumachella (Lesson, 1838) (cat), ♂
  11. Hylocharis Stokesii (King) = Sephanoides fernandensis (King, 1831) (cat), ♀
  12. Steganura underwoodi (Gould) = Ocreatus underwoodii (Lesson, 1832) (cat), ♂
Deutsch: Kolibris (nach Bälgen aus der Hutmacherei gezeichnet, Körperhaltungen unnatürlich)
  1. Rubinkehlkolibri, Männchen
  2. Goldhauben-Schmuckkolibri, Männchen
  3. Rotnacken-Topaskolibri, Männchen
  4. Schleppensylphe, Männchen
  5. Schmuckelfe, Männchen
  6. Schwertschnabelkolibri, Männchen
  7. Rotschwanz-Sichelschnabel
  8. Gouldelfe, Männchen
  9. Amethystohrkolibri, Männchen
  10. Goldmaskenkolibri, Männchen
  11. Juan-Fernandez-Kolibri, Weibchen
  12. Flaggensylphe, Männchen
English: Hummingbirds (drawn from millinery specimens, body positions are not natural)
  • Male Ruby-throated Hummingbird
  • Male Horned Sungem
  • Male Crimson Topaz
  • Male Red-tailed Comet
  • Male Tufted Coquette
  • Male Sword-billed Hummingbird
  • Buff-tailed Sicklebill
  • Male Dot-eared Coquette
  • Male White-vented Violetear
  • Male Hooded Visorbearer
  • Female Juan Fernández Firecrown
  • Male Booted Racket-tail
  • Full text description (in German):

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