red-winged tinamou (Rhynchotus rufescens), kagu (Rhynochetos jubatus), sunbittern (Eurypyga helias)
1. Chick of Rhynchotis rufescens [sic] = Rhynchotus rufescens (Temminck, 1815), pull.
2. Egg of Rhynchotis rufescens [sic] = Rhynchotus rufescens (Temminck, 1815), egg
3. Egg of Rhinochetus jubatus [sic] = Rhynochetos jubatus J.Verreaux & Des Murs, 1860, egg
4. Egg of Eurypyga helias [sic] = Eurypyga helias (Pallas, 1781), egg
English: Red-winged Tinamou chick (top) and egg (center), Kagu egg (bottom left), Sunbitten egg (bottom right)
Date 1868 (published 1869)
Source Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London (vol. 1868, plate XII) http://www.archive.org/stream/proceedingsofgen68zool#page/n158/mode/1up
Author John Jennens
The red-winged tinamou (Rhynchotus rufescens) is a medium-sized ground-living bird from central and eastern South America. Other common names for the species include perdiz grande, rufous tinamou, and ynambu.
The kagu or cagou (Rhynochetos jubatus) is a crested, long-legged, and bluish-grey bird endemic to the dense mountain forests of New Caledonia. Rhynochetos jubatus is the only surviving member of the genus Rhynochetos and the family Rhynochetidae.
The sunbittern (Eurypyga helias) is a bittern-like bird of tropical regions of the Americas, and the sole member of the family Eurypygidae (sometimes spelled Eurypigidae) and genus Eurypyga. It is found in Central and South America.