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    Like other toucans, the collared aracari is brightly marked and has a large bill. Adults are 38 to 41 cm (15 to 16 in) long and weigh 175 to 250 g (6.2 to 8.8 oz). Males and females have the same coloration of the bill and plumage but the female's bill is shorter than the male's. The three subspecies' bills are alike. The … See more

    The collared aracari or collared araçari (Pteroglossus torquatus) is a near-passerine bird in the toucan family Ramphastidae. It is found from Mexico to Colombia and Venezuela. See more

    The subspecies of collared aracari are found thus:
    • P. t. torquatus, from east-central Mexico south through Central America to just into northwestern … See more

    The IUCN has assessed the collared aracari as being of Least Concern. It has an extremely large range but an unknown population size that is believed to be decreasing. No … See more

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    The collared aracari was described by the Spanish naturalist Francisco Hernández (1514–1587) in his work Rerum medicarum Novae Hispaniae thesaurus, seu, Plantarum … See more

    Social behavior
    Collared aracaris typically travel in groups of about six to 15 individuals that sometimes include other toucan species. They also roost … See more

    • Patel, Swati; Weckstein, Jason D; Patané, José SL; Bates, John M; Aleixo, Alexandre (2011). "Temporal and spatial diversification of … See more

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  2. WEBCol­lared aracaris roost and make nests in large wood­pecker holes or nat­ural cav­i­ties about 6 to 30 m (20 to 100 ft) off the ground. These birds do not use ma­te­ri­als for nest­ing.

  3. Collared aracari facts, distribution & population | BioDB

  4. Collared Aracari - Pteroglossus torquatus - Birds of the World

  5. Collared Aracari

    WEBThe Collared Aracari makes its home year-round in the tropical rainforests of southern Mexico and throughout Central America. The most distinctive physical chararcteristic of the Aracari is its amazing beak. Their beaks, …

  6. The Collared Aracari | AFA Watchbird

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