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Noun1.Buceros - type genus of the family BucerotidaeBuceros - type genus of the family Bucerotidae
bird genus - a genus of birds
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A road contractor has turned over an endangered bird species, Rofuos Hornbill Buceros hydrocorax, to officials of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) in Tacurong City, Sultan Kudarat.
In retirement, he wrote four books: The Winking Fox, The Tracks of the Fox, The Raven Dropped His Cheese, and The Mark of the Buceros. He passed away on April 1, 2010, and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery.
The Kaliwa watershed is home to various threatened wildlifesuch as the Northern Philippine Hawk-eagle (Nisaetus philippensis), Philippine Brown Deer (Rusa marianna), Philippine Warty Pig (Sus philippensis), Vulnerable Northern Rufous Hornbill (Buceros hydrocorax), Philippine Eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi), and restricted-range birds of the Luzon endemic bird area, which are found nowhere else on the planet.
Similarly, the Buceros hydrocorax and Anthracoceros marchei commonly known as Kalaw and Talusi, respectively, are also endemic to the Philippine islands.
Ramos declared Siargao a protected area for being home to the Mindanao tarictic, or hornbill (Penelopides affinis); Rufous hornbill, or Philippine kalaw (Buceros hydrocorax); Philippine magpie-robin (Copsychus mindanensis); and endemic flora and fauna.
Squamous cell carcinoma has been reported in a variety of avian species, including psittacine birds,4-10 gallinaceous birds, (11,12) raptors, (13,14) a hornbill (Buceros biconus).
The species selected for this study, Great Hornbill (Buceros bicornus), Nicobar Pigeon (Caloenas nicobarica), Taveta Golden Weaver (Ploceus castaneiceps), and Crested Tinamou (Eudromia elegance), were selected because they were all resident in a single taxonomy-based exhibition building at the Bronx Zoo (World of Birds) and represented a great deal of morphological and behavioral variation.
For example, species such as the terrestrial insectivore Argusianus argus and the hornbill Buceros rhinoceros, both of which are threatened, were rare or absent in recently logged forest.
53 flexicaule, 1995 Guadeloupe, Pithecellobium 11 16 guadalupense, 1992 (*) Guadeloupe, Pithecellobium 9 19 guadalupense, 1995 (*) BLACKHAW Viburnum prunifolium, 64 24 1986 (*) Viburnum prunifolium, 64 24 1991 (*) Rusty, Viburnum rufidulum, 47 30 1997 BLADDERNUT American, Staphylea 19 36 trifolia, 1966 Sierra, Staphylea balanderi, 14 28 1986 BLOLLY Longleaf, Guapira discolor, 64 34 1993 BLUEBLOSSOM Blue-myrtle, Ceanothus 32 41 thyrsiflorus, 1976 BLUEWOOD Condalia hookeri, 1989 77 30 BOXELDER Acer negundo, 1993 214 110 BUCCANEER - PALM Pseudophoenix sargentii, 1997 26 25 BUCIDA Bucida buceros, 1997 ([DELTA]) 139 50 BUCKEYE Bottlebrush, Aesculus 34 14 parviflora, 1993 California, Aesculus 166 47 californica, 2001 Ohio (typ.), Aesculus 151 148 glabra var.
The largest and most spectacular ones, up to 49 in (125 cm) from bill to tail, are the Asian species Buceros rhinoceros, B.
On its website, it said the zoo is taking care of over 600 species of wildlife, which include flagship species such as the Butaan (Varanus olivaceus), Luzon rufous hornbill (Buceros hydrocorax), South Luzon giant cloud rat (Phloeomys cumingi) and the North Luzon giant cloud rat (Phloeomys pallidus).