Mangoverde :: World Bird Guide :: Toucans :: Ivory-billed Aracari

Ivory-billed Aracari Pteroglossus azara

Described by: Vieillot (1819)
Alternate common name(s): Azara Aracari, Azara Toucan, Brown-mandibled Aracari, Maria's Aracari, Maroon-banded Aracari, Yellow-billed Aracari
Old scientific name(s): Pteroglossus flavirostris


La Selva Lodge, Ecuador - Feb 25, 2004 © William Hull  Napo Wildlife Center, Ecuador - Jan 12, 2006 © William Hull  Brazil - Date unknown © Arthur Grosset  Brazil - Date unknown © Arthur Grosset  Posada Amazonas, Madre de Dios, Peru - Feb 14, 2007 © Silverio Duri 
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Upper Amazonia in wc. South America;
(1) Nw. Brazil.
(2) N. upper Amazonia in e. Colombia, s. Venezuela, e. Ecuador, ne. Peru and nw. Amazonian Brazil.
(3) E. Peru, n. Bolivia and adjacent w. Amazonian Brazil s. of the Amazon and e. to the Rio Purus.
The unique type of the Maroon-banded Aracari was collected at Joao Pessoa on the w. bank of the upper Rio Jurua, Amazonian Brazil.


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Clements, James F. Birds of the World: A Checklist. Vista, CA: Ibis Publishing Company, 2000.


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