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    dot-eared coquette (Lophornis gouldii) - coquette de Gould, f (Lophornis gouldii)

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    dot-eared coquette (Lophornis gouldii) ornith. - coquette de Gould, f (Lophornis gouldii)

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    https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/22687187/...

     ... Taxonomy in detail

    Scientific name   Lophornis gouldii

    Authority      (Lesson, 1833)

    Synonyms

    Common names

    English      Dot-eared Coquette

    Taxonomic sources   SACC. 2005 and updates. A classification of the bird species of South America. Available at: #http://www.museum.lsu.edu/~Remsen/SACCBaseline.htm#. ...

     ... Identification Information

    6-8 cm. Small, emerald hummingbird. Short, red bill with a black tip. Golden green forehead, with a dark rufous crest. The rest of the upperparts are bronze-green. White band across the rump, and characteristic white cheek tufts, with distal green spots. Tail of bronze-green and rufous feathers. The female lacks tufts and crest, and has a rufous (as opposed to green) throat. ...


    https://birdfeederhub.com/birds-that-start-with-d/

     ... 12. Dot-eared coquette

     ... Scientific name: Lophornis gouldii

    Lives in: Bolivia, Brazil

    The dot-eared coquette is a species of hummingbird primarily found in Brazil. When hovering, though, its flapping wings may mimic the sound of a low humming bee. It is a sedentary bird and a trap-line feeder, meaning it will fly in a circuit searching for nectar. Breading season is from December to April and the female will lay around two eggs.

    Fun fact about dot-eared coquettes: The dot-eared coquette is a tiny bird at 3 inches long, weighing less than 0.01 ounces. ...


    https://carolinabirds.org/HTML/Hummingbird-03.htm

     HUMMINGBIRDs

    Order Apodiformes   Family Trochilidae

    Hummingbirds are restricted to the Americas from southern Alaska to Tierra del Fuego, including the Caribbean. The majority of species occur in tropical and subtropical Central and South America. Hummingbirds are are among the smallest of birds. ...

    ... Genus Lophornis

     ...  Coquette,_Dot-eared Lophornis gouldii 

    Found: mainly Brazil; also Bolivia

    The Dot-eared Coquette has green-spotted white cheek tufts; more obvious in males than females. Female has rufous throat patch. ...


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

     Lophornis gouldii (R. Lesson, 1832)

     ...  Taxonomy and Nomenclature           

        Kingdom:   Animalia   

        Taxonomic Rank:   Species   

        Synonym(s):   Ornismya gouldii R. Lesson, 1832

        Common Name(s):   Dot-eared Coquette [English]       

        Taxonomic Status:       Current Standing:   valid          

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


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dot-eared_coquette

     The dot-eared coquette (Lophornis gouldii) is a species of hummingbird in the "brilliants", tribe Lesbiini of subfamily Lesbiinae. It is found in Bolivia and Brazil.[3][4][5]

     Taxonomy and systematics

    The dot-eared coquette is monotypic.[3]

    Description

    The dot-eared coquette is 6.8 to 7.6 cm (2.7 to 3.0 in) long and weighs 2.4 to 2.8 g (0.085 to 0.099 oz). Both sexes have a short, straight, black-tipped red bill. The adult male's forehead is glittering golden green. Long dark rufous feathers on its crown form a crest. Its upperparts are bronzy green with a white band across the rump. Its throat is glittering emerald green. Long white feathers with shiny green dots make tufts that fan out and back on the cheeks. Its underparts are grayish green. ...


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

     La Coquette de Gould (Lophornis gouldii) est une espèce d'oiseau appartenant à la famille des Trochilidae. Le nom de cet oiseau commémore John Gould (1804-1881).

    Répartition

    Cet oiseau vit au Brésil. ...

     ... Classification (COI) Règne   Animalia

    Embranchement   Chordata

    Classe   Aves

    Ordre   Apodiformes

    Famille   Trochilidae

    Genre   Lophornis

     Espèce   Lophornis gouldii   (Lesson, 1832) ...


    https://www.oiseaux.net/oiseaux/coquette.de.g...

     Coquette de Gould

    Lophornis gouldii - Dot-eared Coquette

     Description identification

    Coquette de Gould (Lophornis gouldii) est un oiseau qui appartient à la famille des Trochilidés.

     ... Habitat

    Forêt : humide de plaine ; Savane : sèche ; Zones artificielles terrestres : ancienne forêt

     ...  Descripteur   Lesson, R, 1832

    Biométrie      Taille      : 8 cm ...


    https://www.btb.termiumplus.gc.ca/tpv2alpha/a...

     ... Français

    Domaine(s)      Oiseaux

    Entrée(s) universelle(s)   Lophornis gouldii   latin

       coquette de Gould

       correct, nom féminin, uniformisé

    OBS   Oiseau de la famille des Trochilidae.

    OBS   coquette de Gould : nom français uniformisé par la Commission internationale des noms français des oiseaux. ...


    https://www.aerien.ch/oiseaux/Lophornis_gould...

     Coquette de Gould

    Apodiformes > Trochilidae > Lophornis gouldii*      (Lesson, 1832)

    Dot-eared Coquette (en) ;Gouldelfe (de) ;Coquette guancemacchiate (it) ;Coqueta moteada (es)

     ... Répartition : Plaines du centre-nord du Brésil jusqu'à l'est de la Bolivie (Santa Cruz).

    Habitat : Forêt tropicale et subtropicale humide de plaine ; zones de forêts tropicales et subtropicales fortement dégradées ; savane sèche.

     ... Région : Amérique ( 2 pays afficher/cacher )

    Statut :    Vulnérable, tendance incertaine ...


    https://cites.application.developpement-durab...

     Taxon : Lophornis gouldii (Animalia)

    Id_WCMC : 4401

    Classe : Aves

    Ordre : Apodiformes

    Famille : Trochilidae

    Genre : Lophornis

    Nom FR : Coquette de Gould

    Nom EN : Dot-eared Coquette

    Nom ES : Coqueta moteada ...


    Author no me bré (700807) 04 Feb 22, 17:55
     
     
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