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  1. The chestnut-eared aracari is a bird of the western and southern Amazon Basin. The nominate subspecies is the more northerly. It is found from southern and eastern Colombia south through eastern Ecuador to southeastern Peru, east into Brazil along the Amazon to the Rio Negro and Acre and Amazonas states.
    The collared aracari inhabits the interior and edges of evergreen primary forest and mature secondary forest and also coffee, cacao, and fruit plantations. In the semi-arid parts of northern Colombia and Venezuela it also occurs in gallery forest. In elevation it is found from sea level to about 1,000 m (3,300 ft).
    It is found in Brazil, French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname, and Venezuela.
    Pteroglos­sus torqua­tus, com­monly known as "col­lared aracari", is found from south­ern Mex­ico to Colom­bia and some parts of Venezuela.
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    An aracari or araçari is any of the medium-sized toucans that, together with the saffron toucanet, make up the genus Pteroglossus. They are brightly plumaged and have enormous, contrastingly patterned bills. These birds are residents in forests and woodlands in the Neotropics. See more

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    The genus Pteroglossus was introduced in 1811 by the German zoologist Johann Karl Wilhelm Illiger. The name combines the Ancient Greek pteron meaning "feather" with glōssa meaning "tongue". See more

    Some species of aracaris are unusual for toucans in that they roost socially throughout the year, up to six adults and fledged young sleeping in the same hole with tails folded … See more

    The ischnoceran louse Austrophilopterus flavirostris is suspected to parasitize most if not all species of aracaris, with the possible exception of the green aracari (Price & Weckstein 2005). See more

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  4. WEBThe green araçari (Pteroglossus viridis), is a toucan, a near-passerine bird. It is found in the lowland forests of northeastern South America (the Guiana Shield), in the northeast Amazon Basin, the Guianas and …

  5. Green Aracari: A Guide to the Petite Toucan

  6. WEBIdentification. Common small toucan of rainforest canopy. The key field mark is the clear yellow belly that contrasts sharply with a dark breast. Usually seen in small groups at fruiting trees in clearings and at river …

  7. Aracaris (Toucans) Information | All About Wildlife - Beauty of Birds

  8. Green Aracari - Pteroglossus viridis - Birds of the World

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