(syn. Pachycephala Ϯ Mangrove Whistler P. cinerea butaloides) Gr. ὑλη hulē  woodland, forest; τερπω terpō  to enjoy; "1. Hyloterpe. (Hylacharis [sic] Müller 1835).  ...  Da der Gattungsname Hylocharis bereits anderweitig vergeben war, haben wir für diese Gattung, welche uns hierher zu gehören scheint, den Namen Hyloterpe (von ὑλη, Wald; τερπω, erquickeen) gebildet.  Typus: Hyloterpe philomela.  Hylocharis philomela Müller" (Cabanis 1847); "Gen. HYLOTERPE Cab. 1847.  Walddickköpfchen.  Hylocharis Müll. 1835 nec Boie" (Cabanis & Heine 1851); "It is probable that the two titles [Hylocharis luscinia, H. philomela] refer to the same species which is the Tephrodornis grisola, Blyth, J.A.S.B. 1843, p. 180, and is described op. cit. 1842, p. 799. If Mr. G. R. Gray is right, and it can be shown that Hylocharis, Boie, 1825, was founded on the Hylocharis luscinia or philomela of S. Müller, the generic title Hyloterpe will have to fall" (Walden 1875) (Tephrodornis grisola Blyth, is now considered unidentifiable, the type having been lost (see Hylocharis and Muscitrea)); "Hyloterpe Cabanis, 1847, Orn. Notiz., 2, p. 322. Type, by original designation, Hylocharis philomela Müller = Pachycephala cinerea butaloides Stresemann." (Mayr in Peters 1967, XII, 8).

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Jobling, J. A. (2019). Key to Scientific Names in Ornithology. In: del Hoyo, J., Elliott, A., Sargatal, J., Christie, D.A. & de Juana, E. (eds.) (2019). Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive. Lynx Edicions, Barcelona. (retrieved from www.hbw.com on 23 January 2019).