Ardeidae Genus: Anzahl Unterarten: Mystery bird: The colour alone readily distinguishes it from the other two much paler bittern species.
Taxonomic Source s: Ixobrychus sinensis, Gmelin, 1789 Streifendommel, lat. Ixobrychus flavicollis Conservation status in NSW: This is a black bittern, Ixobrychus flavicollis.
Ixobrychus involucris, Vieillot, 1823... Black Bittern Did you know?
In welchem Forum wollen Sie eine neue Anfrage starten? Basic Information Scientific Name: The species has a characteristic booming call that is mainly heard during the breeding season, at day or night. The legs are dark.
Es gibt keine bekannten Unterarten, demnach ist die Art monotypisch.
Avetorillo negro Taxonomy: Drucken PDF. The Black Bittern is a heron, dark grey to black in colour, with buff streaks on the throat and a characteristic yellow streak on the sides of the head and down the neck.
Bird taxa typical of closed forest communities that are significant for reaching the southern inland limits of their range of distribution in the Purnululu region include Aviceda subcristata Pacific Baza , Eudynamys scolopacea Common Koel , Ixobrychus flavicollis Black Bittern , Geopelia humeralis Bar-shouldered Dove , Ramsayornis fasciatus Bar-breasted Honeyeater , Neochmia phaeton Crimson Finch and Rhipidura rufiventris Northern Fantail.
Dickinson, E. Vulnerable Commonwealth status: The short legs and long, narrow toes are consistent with a bird that does a lot of walking over wet or uneven surfaces in addition to perching.