Tag Archive: all of Ara

Feb 28 2012

Great Green Macaw (Ara ambiguus)

Great Green Macaw

[order] PSITTACIFORMES | [family] Psittacidae | [latin] Ara ambiguus | [authority] Bechstein, 1811 | [UK] Great Green Macaw | [FR] Ara de Buffon | [DE] Bechsteinara | [ES] Guacamayo Ambiguo | [NL] Grote soldatenara | [copyright picture] Birdlife Subspecies Genus Species subspecies Region Range Ara ambiguus LA e Honduras to w Ecuador Ara ambiguus ambiguus …

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Feb 03 2012

Military Macaw (Ara militaris)

Military Macaw

[order] PSITTACIFORMES | [family] Psittacidae | [latin] Ara militaris | [authority] Linnaeus, 1766 | [UK] Military Macaw | [FR] Ara militaire | [DE] Soldatenara | [ES] Guacamayo Verde (Arg), Guacamayo Militar | [NL] Soldatenara | [copyright picture] Birdlife Subspecies Monotypic species Genus There are twelve macaws in the Ara genus. Macaws are very distinctive birds, …

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Dec 27 2011

Response of a Scarlet Macaw Ara macao population to conservation practices in Costa Rica

Scarlet Macaw (Ara macao) Science Article 2 abstract The Central Pacific Conservation Area contains one of Costa Rica’s two viable, but threatenedScarlet Macaw Ara macao populations. For 14 years (1990-2003), we monitored the size of thispopulation. Non-linear models fitted to 1990-1994 observations revealed seasonal and longtermchanges in population size. The peak of annual population size …

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Dec 27 2011

A NEW SUBSPECIES OF SCARLET MACAW ANO ITS STATUS ANO CONSERVATION

Scarlet Macaw (Ara macao) Science Article 3 abstract Scarlet Macaws from northern Middle America (Mexico through Nicaragua) differ from those occurring from Costa Rica southward throughout the species’ range in South America. This new subspecies (ATa macav cyanoptera)differs in having yellow wing covert feathers tipped with blue, but with no green band separating the yellow …

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Dec 27 2011

A new subspecies of Scarlet Macaw and its status and conservation

Scarlet Macaw (Ara macao) Science Article 1 abstract Scarlet Macaws from northern Middle America (Mexico through Nicaragua) differ from those occurring from Costa Rica southward throughout the species’ range in South America. This new subspecies (Ara macaw cyanoptera) differs in having yellow wing covert feathers tipped with blue, but with no green band separating the …

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Dec 26 2011

Molecular markers for population genetic analysesin the family Psittacidae (Psittaciformes, Aves)

Blue-and-yellow Macaw (Ara ararauna) Science Article 1 abstract The selection of molecular markers for population studies is an important tool for biodiversity conservation. The familyPsittacidae contains many endangered and vulnerable species and we tested three kinds of molecular markers fortheir potential use in population studies of five psitacid species: 43 hyacinth macaws (Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus),42 blue-and-yellow …

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Dec 24 2011

Scarlet Macaw (Ara macao)

[order] PSITTACIFORMES | [family] Psittacidae | [latin] Ara macao | [authority] Linnaeus, 1758 | [UK] Scarlet Macaw | [FR] Ara rouge | [DE] Arakanga | [ES] Guacamayo Macao | [NL] Geelvleugelara Subspecies Monotypic species Genus There are twelve macaws in the Ara genus. Macaws are very distinctive birds, and possibly the best known, with their …

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Dec 24 2011

Green-winged Macaw (Ara chloropterus)

[order] PSITTACIFORMES | [family] Psittacidae | [latin] Ara chloropterus | [authority] Gray, 1859 | [UK] Green-winged Macaw | [FR] Ara chloroptere | [DE] Grunflugelara | [ES] Guacamayo rojo (Arg), Guacamayo Aliverde | [NL] Groenvleugelara Subspecies Monotypic species Genus There are twelve macaws in the Ara genus. Macaws are very distinctive birds, and possibly the best …

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Dec 24 2011

Chestnut-fronted Macaw (Ara severa)

[order] PSITTACIFORMES | [family] Psittacidae | [latin] Ara severa | [authority] Linnaeus, 1758 | [UK] Chestnut-fronted Macaw | [FR] Ara a front chatain | [DE] Rotbug-Ara | [ES] Guacamayo Severo | [NL] Dwergara Subspecies Monotypic species Genus There are twelve macaws in the Ara genus. Macaws are very distinctive birds, and possibly the best known, …

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Dec 24 2011

Blue-throated Macaw (Ara glaucogularis)

[order] PSITTACIFORMES | [family] Psittacidae | [latin] Ara glaucogularis | [authority] Dabbene, 1921 | [UK] Blue-throated Macaw | [FR] Ara a gorge bleue | [DE] Blaukehl-Ara | [ES] Guacamayo Barbazul | [NL] Blauwkeelara | [copyright picture] Birdlife Subspecies Genus Species subspecies Region Range Ara glaucogularis SA n Bolivia Genus There are twelve macaws in the …

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