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Chrysocolaptes haematribon

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  • Sep 3, 2011
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  • Richard Klim

    • Sep 4, 2011
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  • Greater Flameback

    For clarity, the proposed arrangement of the Chrysocolaptes lucidus complex:

    • C haematribon - Luzon Flameback
    • C lucidus - Buff-spotted Flameback (incl rufopunctatus, montanus)
    • C xanthocephalus - Yellow-faced Flameback
    • C erythrocephalus - Red-headed Flameback
    • C strictus - Javan Flameback (incl kangeanensis)
    • C guttacristatus - Greater Flameback (incl socialis, chersonesus, andrewsi)
    • C stricklandi - Sri Lankan Flameback
    For reference: Winkler & Christie 2002 (HBW 7).

    Richard Klim

    • Dec 24, 2011
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  • Greater Flameback

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    • Dec 24, 2011
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  • Richard Klim

    • Dec 24, 2011
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  • Greater Flameback

    Mysticete

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    • Dec 25, 2011
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  • Richard Klim

    • Jan 6, 2012
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  • Greater Flameback

    Richard Klim

    • Jun 9, 2012
  • #8
  • Orthotomus (castaneiceps) chloronotus

    Thyoloalethe

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    • Jun 9, 2012
  • #9
  • Orthotomus frontalis

    Orthotomus casteneiceps frontalis. do(es) not quite make species status and require(s) further vocal or other evidence

    Sheldon et al. (in press) show that O. frontalis is actually sister to O. sericeus, and nowhere near O. castaneiceps. Tobias et al. (2010) is a great tool, but certainly not foolproof!

    Richard Klim

    • Jun 9, 2012
  • #10
  • Spot-throated Flameback

    Richard Klim

    • Jun 12, 2012
  • #11
  • Spot-throated Flameback

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    Chrysocolaptes festivus festivus — Chrysocolaptes festivus festivus … Wikipédia en Français

    Chrysocolaptes festivus tantus — Chrysocolaptes festivus tantus … Wikipédia en Français

    Chrysocolaptes lucidus andrewsi — Chrysocolaptes lucidus andrewsi … Wikipédia en Français

    Chrysocolaptes lucidus erythrocephalus — Chrysocolaptes lucidus erythrocephalus … Wikipédia en Français

    Chrysocolaptes lucidus grandis — Chrysocolaptes lucidus grandis … Wikipédia en Français

    Chrysocolaptes lucidus guttacristatus — Chrysocolaptes lucidus guttacristatus … Wikipédia en Français

    Chrysocolaptes lucidus haematribon — Chrysocolaptes lucidus haematribon … Wikipédia en Français

    Astonishing Facts about the Drummers!

    ➨ Woodpeckers are known for their drumming. They drum almost 8,000 – 12,000 times a day. This means that a woodpecker drums almost 20 times in a second.
    ➨ They have a small brain and a thick skull which protects them from the constant drumming. Also, they have adaptations to prevent the wood pieces from going into their eyes or nostrils.

    Woodpeckers are a part of the Picidae family, which is a group of near-passerine birds. They are found all around the globe, except in New Guinea, Madagascar, New Zealand, Australia, and the polar regions. The habitats vary, from forests to deserts and rocky areas. All the species are characterized by strong bills which are used for drilling and drumming on trees. They also have a long tongue, up to 4 inches in length. The long tongues help them in extracting insects from the wood. Their diet varies as per the species, from insects and grubs, fruits and nuts, to sap from trees. The nesting is typically done in tree cavities or holes in cactus. All woodpeckers except the piculets and wrynecks have stiffened tails which help them balance while climbing or feeding.

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    There are over 180 species distributed in different genera. The family also includes the sapsuckers, piculets, and wrynecks. Piculets are one of the smallest woodpeckers, but lack a strong bill and the stiff tail. The same goes with the two species of wrynecks. The wrynecks have only 2 species and are included in the subfamily named Jyngiane and the genus Jynx. The piculets belong to the subfamily Picumninae and are divided in different genera, viz, Picumnus, Verreauxia, Sasia, and Nesoctites. The woodpeckers belong to the subfamily Picinae. They are further divided into different tribes. Have a look at the different species of woodpeckers given below.

    Genus: Melanerpes

    The genus name Melanerpes has its origin in Latin and means “black creeper”. The members of this genus are all found in the New World.

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