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The grey-necked wood rail measures 38 cm (15 in) long and weighs g (16 oz ). The upperparts are olive green to dark brown. The head and neck are. Gray-necked Wood-Rail (Aramides cajanea) [version 1] American Ornithologists’ Union 6th edition (incl. 35th suppl.): Gray-necked Wood-Rail (Aramides. Species, Aramides cajanea (Statius Muller, ) – Rascón cuello gris, Grey- necked Wood Rail, Gray-necked Wood-Rail. Subspecies, Aramides cajanea.

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Their dark eyes are lined with dull, reddish bare skin.

Fulica Cajanea Avibase ID: A monogamous bird, pairs can be found together throughout the year. The Clements Checklist of Birds of the World.

The subspecies epithet avicenniae honours the Persian philosopher Avicenna.

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The Book of Eggs: Exotic, colorful Gray-necked Wood-Rail, Aramides cajanea, climbs on inclined mossy trunk with outstretched wings. The clutch the dajanea wood rail lays usually consists of three to seven brown-blotched, slightly glossy, [11] whitish eggs, although clutches consisting of five eggs are most typical.

Grey-necked wood rail

In general, most rails are thought to be monogamous. Save to Collection Create your free account to use Collections Save and organize all the images you need for your projects with Collections. The only recorded predator of Aramides cajanea is humanswho are known to occasionally eat them due to their relative abundance.

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Peters in the edition of his Check-list of Birds of the Worldbefore being separated as species once more in In an observational study of a pair of gray-necked wood-rails, a male and female bird occupied their nest at different times of day during the incubation period, which suggests a monogamous mating system.

The lower back is toned a slight olive, and the underparts are also slightly paler than the nominate, [11] but without white feathers. To eat these fruits, gray-necked wood-rails throw their whole bodies into pecking, see-sawing up and down, using their legs.

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Gray-necked wood-rails are found in four distinct habitats, including three types of forest. Males and females are indistinguishable by their physical characteristics.

We couldn’t load this image at the moment. Costa Rica south to northwestern Colombia including islands off of Panama and, east of the Andes, to the Guianas and northeastern Brazil south to northern Argentina and Uruguay Aramides cajaneus avicenniae: This type of bird is often caught and eaten by humans. There are eight subspecies of gray-necked wood-rails, although they are not usually referred to specifically in the literature, they are worth noting.

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McNab and Ellis, ; Skutch, Primary Diet omnivore Animal Foods reptiles insects mollusks aquatic crustaceans Plant Foods seeds, grains, and nuts fruit Predation The loud, harsh cackle produced when Aramides cajanea is alarmed may be a type of behavioral adaptation to either warn other gray-necked wood-rails or startle predators.

See aramides cajanea stock video clips. Grey-necked Wood-rail – Aramides cajanea. Geographic Range Gray-necked wood-rails Aramides cajanea are widely distributed throughout the Neotropical region. Cotara Chiricote Spanish Colombia: The legs are coral-red, the bill is a bright greenish-yellow, and the eyes are red.

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The Fragile Tropics of Latin America. Unlike many other species of railsgray-necked wood-rails are flighted. ADW doesn’t cover all species in the world, nor does it include all the latest scientific information about organisms we describe.

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