Ramphastidae


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Ramphastidae

[‚ram′fas·tə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
The toucans, a family of birds with large, often colorful bills in the order Piciformes.
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Mediante la realizacion de esta investigacion se logro determinar que, las familias de aves que presentaron mayor numero de animales parasitados fueron la Psittacidae y Ramphastidae con 20 y 15, respectivamente.
We documented window-kills in endemic Neotropical families, including guans (Cracidae), toucans (Ramphastidae), motmots (Momotidae), and manakins (Pipridae).
Entre los frugivoros, las familias Psittacidae, Ramphastidae, Cracidae y Cotingidae figuran entre las mas sensibles (KATTAN, 1992).
3, 4) are usually obtained from the Embera-Katio reservations near Florencia and include such items as: domestic rabbit skin (Silvilagus spp.), beaks of toucan birds (Piciformes: Ramphastidae, Ramphastos spp.
In Brazil, three genera of Pteronyssidae are known to be associated with the families Picidae and Ramphastidae (Pterotrogus, Pteronyssoides and Ramphastobius).
Seeds are primarily dispersed by Oilbirds (Steatornis caripensis) and several species of Toucans (Ramphastidae).
The Ramphastidae family, order Piciformes, comprising toucans and aracaris, are indigenous to South America, ranging from southern Mexico to northern Argentina.
Mientras las familias mas importantes para caracterizar este ecomosaicos fueron Ramphastidae, Cotingidae y Psittacidae (Cuadro 5).
albirostris Jacamar pico de oro Bucconidae Pajaros bobos, bucos Chelidoptera tenebrosa Bobo mirasol Monasa morphoeus Monjita cariblanca Capitonidae Barbudos Capito auratus Barbudo dorado Ramphastidae Tucanes Pteroglossus azara Tucancito pico de marfil P.
In the present study the bird Ramphastos dicolorus Linnaeus, 1766 (Pissiformes: Ramphastidae) popularly known as 'tucano-de-bico-verde' was collected in Antonio Prado municipality (28[degreeses] 51':30"S 51[degreeses]16'58"W), State of Rio Grande do Sul by the Environment Patrol (PATRAM).