[order] Galliformes | [family] Cracidae | [latin] Penelope jacquacu | [UK] Spixs Guan | [FR] Penelope de Spix | [DE] Spixguan | [ES] Pava Amazonica | [IT] Penelope di Spix | [NL] Spix-sjakohoen
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|Penelope||jacquacu||granti||e Venezuela, Guyana|
|Penelope||jacquacu||jacquacu||e Colombia to n Bolivia|
|Penelope||jacquacu||orienticola||se Venezuela, nw Brazil|
|Penelope||jacquacu||speciosa||c and e Bolivia|
Olive green upperparts and bright rufescent underparts. Large bill and feet. Has a conspicuous red throat-pouch. Sexes are similar. Skin around eys is blue. Has a long neck with a relatively small head.
Listen to the sound of Spixs Guan
Copyright remark: Most sounds derived from xeno-canto
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Ranges from the Guianas, Venezuela, Western Amazonia, Colombia, Ecuador, peru and Bolivia.
Rain forest with clearings and scattered trees, also in forest borders.
Nest is made out of leaves and situated in a tree. Two legs are laid. No further data.
Small seeds and fruit which are collected in the trees, hardly ever descends to ground level. Forages single or in small groups in the mid and top level strata of the trees.
This species has a large range, with an estimated global extent of occurrence of 5,000,000 km