(Calyptophilidae; Ϯ Eastern Chat-tanager C. frugivorus) Gr. καλυπτω kaluptō to hide; φιλος philos lover; "I have placed the present species in the genus Phœnicophilus, provisionally, as there are several points of difference which are sufficient, in my opinion, to constitute a new genus" (Cory 1883); "Calyptophilus,* gen. nov. The present genus has the general appearance, at first glance, of Phœnicophilus, but is easily separated from it by the following characters: ... b. Tail long, equal to wing; middle toe about five-sixths of tarsus; tail rounded, and strongly graduated; bill much narrower, and the legs and feet larger than in Phœnicophilus. Calyptophilus. Calyptophilus frugivorus. Phœnicophilus frugivorus CORY, Journ. Boston Zoöl. Soc., II, No. 4, Oct. 1883, p. 45. ... * Kαλυπτος. φιλεω." (Cory 1884).