Red-ruffed Fruitcrow

Pyroderus scutatus


The Red-ruffed Fruitcrow (Pyroderus scutatus) is a species of bird in the Cotingidae family, in the monotypic genus Pyroderus. It is among the largest Passerines in South America, though it is surpassed by another cotinga, the Amazonian Umbrellabird. It is found in humid forest, especially in highlands. It has a relatively heavy pale bluish bill, and the plumage is primarily black, but with a bright orange-crimson patch on the throat (thereby superficially resembling the smaller male Purple-throated Fruitcrow). Some subspecies have brown underparts. Males gather in loose leks where they call to attract the smaller, but otherwise similar, females. Its distribution is highly disjunct, with population associated with the Tepuis in Venezuela and Guyana, the east Andean slopes in Peru, Andean slopes in north-western Ecuador, Colombia and western Venezuela, the Venezuelan Coastal Range, and Atlantic Forest in south-eastern Brazil, eastern Paraguay and far north-eastern Argentina. While generally a low-density species, it remains widespread and is locally not rare. Consequently, it is rated as Least Concern by BirdLife International and IUCN.

 

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Red-ruffed Fruitcrow - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Red-ruffed Fruitcrow (Pyroderus scutatus) is a species of bird in the Cotingidae family, in the monotypic genus Pyroderus. It is among the largest Passerines in ...
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Red-ruffed Fruitcrow Pyroderus scutatus scutatus (G.R. Gray)
Red-ruffed Fruitcrow Pyroderus scutatus scutatus (G.R. Gray) The Red-ruffed fruit crow inhabits areas peripheral to the Amazonian basin in South America.
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ARGENTINA - Trip Reports - Red-ruffed Fruitcrow (Pyroderus scutatus)
ARGENTINA, Distribution, Check list, Observations Photos, Sounds, Sighting, Reports of Red-ruffed Fruitcrow (Pyroderus scutatus)
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Red ruffed fruitcrow ( Pyroderus scutatus ) , Otun Quimbaya Flora and Fauna ...?
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Pavó (Pyroderus scutatus) - em Ubatuba/SP - YouTube
Também conhecida como Pavão do Mato. Espécie fotografada e filmada na região central da cidade, próximo ao Aeroporto. Estava se alimentando dos frutos ...
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Red ruffed Fruitcrow - Pyroderus scutatus - OTUN QUIMBAYA ...
Look it this!! Beautiful Fruitcrow inside the Cloud Forest in Otun Quimbaya National Park, This is a specie very easy to see, you need to go at this place ...
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Feathersmc.com: Indian Crow / Red-Ruffed Fruit Crow
The reader who wishes to gain knowledge on the specific qualities of the black and brownish feathers found on the different pyroderus scutatus subspecies may again consult ...
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Classic Atlantic Salmon Flies- Designed To 'Catch' Fishermen, Not ...
Blue Chatterer (Cotinga family) are located live in northern South America as are the Indian Crows (Pyroderus scutatus). But don't go down there to kill some and bring ...
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Indian Crow - FCG Networks: Homepages
The technical name of the subspecie or race you see here is Pyroderus scutatus scutatus. There are five known races, all of which are indigenous to South America.
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Feathersmc.com: Luc Couturier (updated 11/6/2005)
No. L3 Thematic fly on pyroderus scutatus orenocensis: Indian Crow No. L4 Thematic fly on pyroderus scutatus scutatus: Indian Crow No. L5 Thematic fly on pyroderus ...
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Vintage Indian Crow feathers | eBay
Wintage Indian crow feathers 5 pairs (10 pieces) indian crow feathers. Pyroderus scutatus scutatus. This is the real deal. WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET.
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InfoNatura Species Index: Family Cotingidae
Pyroderus scutatus Red-ruffed Fruitcrow G3: LC Countries: AR, BR, GY, PY 2.652036 Perissocephalus tricolor
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:: Birding Tours Colombia ::
The Red-ruffed Fruitcrow (Pyroderus scutatus) is a mythical target species for birders traveling to South America. Much sought but hardly ever seen, a healthy population ...
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Indian Crow/ Red Ruffed Fruit Crow | | Max FliesMax Flies
Indian Crow (Pyroderus scutatus scutatus) I'm an expert, classic atlantic salmon fly dresser and have been doing that ...
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Pyroderus scutatus - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre
El yacú toro (Pyroderus scutatus) es una especie de ave en la familia Cotingidae . Se halla en Argentina , Brasil , Colombia , Ecuador , Guyana , Paraguay , Perú ...
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Flickr: COLOMBIA Birding (Diego Calderon)'s Photostream
Red-ruffed Fruitcrow - Pyroderus scutatus - Otun, C Andes
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Untitled Document [www.rareandunusual. com]
The smaller black breast feathers may be substituted for Indian Crow (Pyroderus scutatus) body feathers in the Black Prince and other flies. If you want to know more about ...
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A NEW GENUS AND SPECIES OF COTINGA FROM EASTERN PERU
... 38.9 22.9 17.8 10.4 14.5 3.3 8.2 G ymnoderus foetldus usmvr 346063 64.8 37.3 27.5 19.2 18.1 9.3 14.6 Querula purpurata LSmVrZ 34792 ( 56.0 29.4 23.8 16.9 18.1 6.2 10.1 Pyroderus scutatus usmvr ...
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Cotingas - Learn about Birds: Photos, Breeding, Health and Bird Care
Genus: Pyroderus. Red-ruffed Fruitcrow, Pyroderus scutatus; Genus Cephalopterus, the umbrellabirds. Long-wattled Umbrellabird, Cephalopterus penduliger
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