Currently, the type locality of Pteronetta hartlaubii is considered to be the Camma River, Gabon, but this is an error, and must be Rio Boutry, Gold Coast (now Ghana), where the holotype was obtained by H.S. Pel. In a note, reference is made to a few other specimens obtained by the collectors Pel and Nagtglas which in recent literature have been overlooked.

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Mees, G. F. (2003). The type-locality of Pteronetta hartlaubii (Cassin, 1859) (Aves, Anatidae). Zoologische Verhandelingen, 345, 245–248.