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    Bernier's teal - Madagascar teal (Anas bernieri) ornith. - sarcelle de Bernier, f - canard de Bernier, m - sarcelle de Madagascar, f - sarcelle malgache de Bernier, f (Anas bernieri)

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    https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/22680252/...

     ... Taxonomy in detail

    Scientific name   Anas bernieri

    Authority      (Hartlaub, 1860)

    Synonyms

    Common names

    English      Madagascar Teal, Bernier's Teal

    French      Canard de Bernier, Sarcelle de Bernier, Sarcelle de Madagascar, Sarcelle malgache de Bernier

    Spanish; Castilian   Cerceta Malgache, Cerceta de Madagascar, Pato de Bernier

    Taxonomic sources   del Hoyo, J., Collar, N.J., Christie, D.A., Elliott, A. and Fishpool, L.D.C. 2014. HBW and BirdLife International Illustrated Checklist of the Birds of the World. Volume 1: Non-passerines. Lynx Edicions BirdLife International, Barcelona, Spain and Cambridge, UK ...


    https://www.africanbirdclub.org/bulletins/abc...

     ... Abstract: The Madagascar or Bernier's Teal Anas bernieri was first described in 1860, after which it disappeared again. Very few were seen by early European travellers and, more unusually, almost no specimens were collected. The thorough Franco-Anglo-Americaine expedition of 1929-1932 collected two specimens, although the leader A.L.Rand did not see it at all. Only one individual, a female, reached Europe alive, living several years from 1927 at Cleres, the collection of Jean Delacour. It was not until 1970 that reasonable numbers of Madagascar Teal were found, in lakes north of Ambereny in western Madagascar ...


    https://biaza.org.uk/projects/detail/madagasc...

     ... Madagascar Teal Anas bernieri is endemic to western Madagascar where it is restricted to mangroves and coastal wetlands.

    Poorly studied before Durrell initiated in-situ work in Menabe in 1992 this species is considered Endangered by IUCN.

    Durrell’s in-situ study and conservation programme began in 1992 with surveys of priority sites and has continued to date with surveys and direct conservation including village awareness programmes, nest location, diet studies and ringing. Durrell employs several wetland staff in Madagascar, principally in the west, and has assisted the government with development of the Ramsar network. ...


    https://www.beautyofbirds.com/berniersteals.html

     Bernier's Teals (Anas bernieri) - also commonly known as Madagascar Teals - are ducks found only along the west coast of the island of Madagascar.

    Their numbers have been declining and their continued existence is threatened because of trapping, shooting and destruction of their forest habitats. They favor mangroves and open shallow ponds and lakes, preferably brackish.

    Description

       Bernier's Teals measure 40 to 45 cm in length. The plumage is mostly warm brown with conspicuous black scalloping to the feathers, which is heaviest on the flanks and chest. ...


    https://www.itis.gov/servlet/SingleRpt/Single...

     Anas bernieri (Hartlaub, 1860)

    Taxonomic Serial No.: 175098

     ...  Taxonomy and Nomenclature       

        Kingdom:   Animalia   

        Taxonomic Rank:   Species   

        Synonym(s):       

        Common Name(s):   Bernier's Teal [English]    

        Taxonomic Status:       Current Standing:   valid          

        Data Quality Indicators:   Record Credibility Rating:   verified - standards met ...


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bernier%27s_teal

     Bernier's teal (Anas bernieri), also known as the Madagascar teal, is a species of duck in the genus Anas. It is endemic to Madagascar, where it is found only along the west coast. Part of the "grey teal" complex found throughout Australasia, it is most closely related to the Andaman teal.

     Taxonomy

    The Bernier's teal was first described by the German ornithologist Gustav Hartlaub in 1860 under the binomial name Querquedula bernieri.[2][3] It is one of many dabbling ducks in the genus Anas.[4] It is one of the "grey teals", a group of related ducks found across Australasia. DNA studies suggest that it may have been a sister species with Sauzier's teal (which was found on the nearby islands of Mauritius and Réunion until it became extinct). Studies further suggest that its closest living relative is the Andaman teal, and confirm that it is related to the gray teal.[5] There are no subspecies.[6] ...


    https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarcelle_de_Bernier

     La Sarcelle de Bernier, Canard de Bernier, Sarcelle de Madagascar, ou Sarcelle malgache de Bernier (Anas bernieri) est une espèce endémique de Madagascar. Elle ne connaît pas de dimorphisme sexuel prononcé.

     Étymologie

    Le nom de cette sarcelle a été dédié au chevalier J.A. Bernier, chirurgien de marine, qui a récolté des spécimens d'histoire naturelle à Madagascar de 1831 à 1834. Il a fait ainsi parvenir en France 198 spécimens d'oiseaux qui sont catalogués en 1835.

     ... Description

    Cet oiseau a un plumage à dominante grise, un peu plus roux toutefois que celui des autres sarcelles grises, avec des miroirs alaires blancs bordés de noir et un bec rougeâtre. Il possède une palmure réduite unique dans le genre Anas. ...


    https://www.oiseaux.net/oiseaux/sarcelle.de.b...

     Sarcelle de Bernier

    Anas bernieri - Bernier's Teal

     ... Description identification

    Sarcelle de Bernier (Anas bernieri) est un oiseau qui appartient à la famille des Anatidés.

     ... Habitat

    Forêt : mangrove ; Zones humides terrestres : riv./c. d'eau/ruis. perm., lacs eau douce perm. (+8ha), mares/marais eau douce perm. ; Milieu marin, zone côtières : estuaires ; Littoral et étage supralittoral : eaux saumâtres - marais salants - lacs marins ...


    https://www.monaconatureencyclopedia.com/anas...

     ... La sarcelle de Bernier, Sarcelle de Madagascar ou encore Sarcelle malgache de Bernier (Anas bernieri Hartlaub 1860) est l’un des canards les plus rares et restait, jusqu’à il y a peu, l’un des moins connus. Espèce endémique de Madagascar, il appartient à l’ordre des Ansériformes (Anseriformes), à la famille des Anatidés (Anatidae), au genre Anas et à l’espèce Anas bernieri.

    Le nom de genre Anas vient d’un terme latin “anas, anatis” qui signifie simplement “canard” ; l’espèce bernieri est dédiée au chevalier J.A. Bernier, chirurgien de marine-naturaliste qui récoltait des spécimens d’oiseaux à Madagascar entre 1831 et 1834. ...


    Anas bernieri (Hartlaub, 1860) - GBIF

    https://www.gbif.org/fr/species/2498117/metrics

    Anas bernieri (Hartlaub, 1860) ... Espagnol: Sarcelle de Bernier in Français: Sarcelle de Madagascar in Français: Sarcelle malgache de Bernier in Français ...


    https://www.wwf.mg/?2080966/Les-21-sites-Rams...

     ... Le héron de Humblot (Ardea humbloti), dit aussi héron de Madagascar, menacé d'extinction et la sarcelle de Madagascar Anas bernieri, ainsi que le pluvier à bandes noires Charadrius thoracicus, espèce vulnérable y vivent aussi. Ce site ramsar est un important site de reproduction et de nidification pour les oiseaux d'eau migrateurs. ...


    Document 32012R1158 - EUR-Lex

    https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/FR/TX...

    Anas bernieri (II). Canard ou sarcelle de Bernier, sarcelle de Madagascar, sarcelle malgache de Bernier. Anas chlorotis (I). Sarcelle de la Nouvelle-Zélande.


    http://www.ambassade-madagascar.ch/wp-content...

     ... Toutes les espèces floristiques et faunistiques figurant dans l'annexe I sont interdites à

    l'exportation sauf pour des fins d'échanges scientifiques et/ou intergouvernementaux.

     A/ Faune

     ...  - fossa fossa (genette fossana) : tambotsidina ;

     - tous les phoenicopteride (tous les flaments roses) : sama, samaka ;

     - Anas bernieri (canard de Bernier) : menamolotra ;

     - Sarkidiornis melanotos (canard à bosse): aresy, angango 

     - tous les falconiformes (tous les rapaces diurnes) : voromahery, hitsikitsika, ankosy, firasa,     

       papango, vindry, beririnina, etc.. ...


    https://cites.unia.es/file.php/1/files/Indice...

     LISTA DE ESPECIES CITES 2011

    Índice de especies CITES Compilada para la Secretaría CITES por el PNUMA Centro de Monitoreo de la Conservación Mundial ...

     ...  Anas bernieri: II ANATIDAE (Aves)

     (E) Bernier's Teal, Madagascar Teal,

     (S) Cerceta de Madagascar, Cerceta malgache, Cerceta malgache de Bernier, Pato de Bernier,

     (F) Canard de Bernier, Sarcelle de Bernier, Sarcelle de Madagascar, Sarcelle malgache de Bernier   ...


    Authorno me bré (700807) 21 Aug 21, 12:17
     
     
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