Phoenicopterus


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Phoe`ni`cop´te`rus


n.1.(Zool.) A genus of birds which includes the flamingoes.
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Temporal variation in spatial distribution by age of Phoenicopterus ruber (Phoenicopteriformes: Phoenicopteridae) in the wetlands of Yucatan, Mexico.
Altogether 413 high-resolution photographs representing 34322 snapshots of individual birds (including repeated measures of the same individuals at different times and partly at different places) belonging to four flamingo species (lesser flamingo Phoeniconaias minor, American flamingo Phoenicopterus ruber, Chilean flamingo Phoenicopterus chilensis and greater flamingo Phoenicopterus roseus) were taken between July 2005 and January 2015, during different months and at different times of day at 18 localities in eight countries (Table 1).
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.
Every winter we can count 3200 Greater flamingo Phoenicopterus roseus, 20000 Common shelduck Tadorna tadorna[6] and several Anatidea.
2007), abarcando solo el primer tercio de la punta, a diferencia de Phoenicopterus chilensis y Phoenicoparrus andinus donde el color negro llega hasta la mitad del pico (Aves de Chile, 2014).
The top five maximum counted bird species in 2001 to 2002 were Pelecanus crispus (1244), Phoenicopterus roseus (1242), Larus michahellis (1018), Phalaerocorax carbosinensis (785) and Larus ridibundus (723) (Ali, 2006).
Durante este estudio se escogieron aleatoriamente 100 aves silvestres correspondientes a 11 familias (Psittacidae, Ramphastidae, Ophistocomidae, Cracidae, Anatidae, Icteridae, Alaudidae, Burhinidae, Phoenicopteridae, Anhimidae y Rallidae) y 16 especies (Ara ararauna, Ara macao, Amazona spp, Amazona ochrocephala, Ramphastos toco, Aulacorhynchus prasinus, Ramphastos tucanus, Ophistocomus hoazin, Crax Alberti, Anas discors, Agelaius icterocephalus, Alauda arvensis, Burhinus bistriatus, Phoenicopterus ruber roseus, Chauna chavarria, Gallinula chloropus), a las cuales se les tomo muestras correspondientes a 4 gramos de materia fecal [22].
This area and the shallow waters (< 2m) of the inner wetland support a population of Greater Flamingo Phoenicopterus roseus throughout the year.
o Ardea herodias Phoenicopterus ruber Buitres Coragyps atratus Pavos y especies Cracidae 1 0,1 afines Galliformes 2 0,1 Meleagris spp.
on a mudflat in company of Phoenicopterus chilensis.