Mycteria americana

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Noun1.Mycteria americana - an American stork that resembles the true ibises in having a downward-curved billMycteria americana - an American stork that resembles the true ibises in having a downward-curved bill; inhabits wooded swamps of New World tropics
stork - large mostly Old World wading birds typically having white-and-black plumage
genus Mycteria, Mycteria - a genus of storks of the family Ciconiidae now including only the American wood ibis
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Familia/especies Alimento Habitat de en riesgo reproduccion Anatidae: Cairina Plantas acuaticas, Pastos, raices, moschata, Nomonix insectos, peces, vegetacion dominicus, Anas plancton, variada discors crustaceos, frutos, Artropodos, algas Phoenicopteridae: Crustaceos, materia Bajos de Phoenicopterus organica lodo y arena ruber Ciconiidae: Jabiru Peces, anfibios, Arboles y arbustos mycteria y crustaceos, Mycteria americana reptiles, aves, Arboles y arbustos insectos *Phalacrocoracidae: Peces Phalacrocorax auritus, P.
This became reality in 2010 when Florida Panther Conservation Bank II (Panther II) was formally approved to provide habitat compensation for the panther and the federally threatened wood stork (Mycteria Americana).
An estimated 680 birds died, mostly American white pelicans (Pelecanus erythrorhynchos) and wading birds, including over 40 endangered American wood storks (Mycteria americana).
Indeed, the sanctuary is host to a number of endangered plants and animals, including such notable endangered species as the Florida panther (Puma concolor coryi) and the wood stork (Mycteria americana).
tricolor Muller Etr AS 3 R + 2 O Nyctalassa violacea L Nv AS 2 I Ciconiidae Mycteria Americana L Ma AS 6 R Phalacrocoracidae Phalacrocorax Po AT 34 R + 70 olivaceus Humboldt Anhingidae Anhinga anhinga L.
Some of the high-profile federally and state listed endangered and threatened species addressed in the various journal papers, as well as unpublished theses, include the roseate tern (Sterna dougallii), snail kite (Rostrhamus sociabilis), Florida scrub-jay (Aphelocoma coerulescens), and the wood stork (Mycteria americana) as well as other listed wading birds; the Florida gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) with its suite of fire-adapted associate species; and sea turtles--especially conservation efforts to limit the effects of raccoon depredations of their nests.
Gizzard, Mycteria americana (A), Santa Rosa, Guanacaste (Zhang et al.