Série com a Fêmea do Ariramba, Ariramba-da-cauda-ruiva (Galbula ruficauda) - Series with the Female of the Rufous-tailed Jacamar - 17-04-2010 - IMG_3727

A fêmea distingue-se pela garganta arruivada.
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Um texto em Português:
Ariramba- da-cauda-ruiva – Bico-de-agulha (Galbula ruficauda), Rufous-tailed Jacamar, fotografado no Parque Olhos D’água, em Brasília, Brasil. (Galbula ruficauda).
Família: Galbulidae Espécie: Galbula ruficauda
Comprimento: 22 cm peso: 23 g. Presente da Amazônia até o Paraná. Encontrado também do México à Bolívia e Argentina. Comum em bordas de florestas úmidas (e no inside, próximo a clareiras, capoeiras, margens de rios e brejos) e em matas ralas e secas. Vive normalmente aos pares, pousado em arbustos, de onde voa para apanhar insetos, como borboletas e abelhas.
Faz ninho em buracos escavados em barrancos ou em cupinzeiros nas árvores. Põe de 2 a four ovos pontilhados de marrom. Conhecido também como beija-flor-grande, ariramba-da-mata-virgem, beija-flor-d´água, jacamarici, bico-de-sovela, sovelão (Minas Gerais), ariramba-de-rabo-vermelho e ariramba-de-cauda-ruiva.
Fonte: www.eln.gov.br/Pass500/BIRDS/port.htm

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A textual content in english:
See the video clips in the subsequent deal with:
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Rufous-tailed Jacamar, Fotographed at Brasília’s Olhos D’água Park (water’s Eyeys Park), in Brasília, Brazil .
A amateur may perhaps be forgiven for contemplating, on first sight, that this hen was a Hummingbird. The form, the needle-like bill and the iridescence simply cannot assist but give that impact. But this a far much larger species than any hummingbird. In overcast circumstances it has a to some degree uninteresting greenish colour on the higher areas, but in brilliant small-angle sunlight the hen appears to be to capture fireplace and all the colors of the rainbow, besides blue, appear in a burst of splendour reminiscent of the queen of a Trinidad Carnival band. Go to Tobago and stop at the 23 1/2 mile write-up on the Windward Road and you are particular to see some of these birds flying in and out of their nest holes in the mudbank on the facet of the highway.
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Rufous-tailed Jacamar
From Wikipedia, the absolutely free encyclopedia
Rufous-tailed Jacamar
Conservation position

The very least Worry
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Course: Aves
Order: Piciformes
Family members: Galbulidae
Genus: Galbula
Species: G. ruficauda
Binomial name
Galbula ruficauda
Cuvier, 1816

The Rufous-tailed Jacamar (Galbula ruficauda) is a in close proximity to-passerine hen which breeds in the tropical New Planet in southern Mexico, Central The usa and South The usa as far as southern Brazil and Ecuador.
The jacamars are stylish brightly colored birds with extended charges and tails, which feed on bugs caught in the air, like bee-eaters. They distinguish amongst edible and unpalatable butterflies mostly in accordance to human body form (Chai 1996). This species is a resident breeder in a array of dry or moist woodlands and scrub. The two to four rufous-noticed white eggs are laid in a burrow in a lender or termite mound.
The Rufous-tailed Jacamar is typically twenty five cm extended with a five cm extended black bill. The subspecies G. r. brevirostris has, as its name implies, a shorter bill. This hen is metallic inexperienced above, and the underparts are mostly orange, together with the undertail, but there is a inexperienced breast band. Sexes differ in that the male has a white throat, and the female a buff throat she also tends to be have paler underparts. The race G. r. pallens has a copper-colored again in equally sexes.
This insectivore hunts from a perch, sitting down with its bill tilted up, then flying out to capture flying bugs.
The Rufous-tailed Jacamar’s simply call is a sharp pee-op, and the track a high skinny peeo-pee-peeo-pee-pe-pe, ending in a trill.

Posted by Flávio Cruvinel Brandão on 2010-04-19 00:fifty:29

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