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    edible-nest swiftlet - white-nest swiftlet ornith. - Weißnestsalangane, f (Aerodramus fuciphagus Syn. Collocalia fuciphaga)

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    edible-nest swiftlet     [Vogelkunde] - Weißnestsalangane, f   (Aerodramus fuciphagus Syn. Collocalia fuciphaga)

    white-nest swiftlet      [Vogelkunde] - Weißnestsalangane, f   (Aerodramus fuciphagus Syn. Collocalia fuciphaga)




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    https://www.sammlungen.hu-berlin.de/objekte/s...

     Wissenschaftliche Sammlungen   › Teil-Katalog der wissenschaftlichen Sammlungen   Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

     ...   Aerodramus fuciphagus

    1. Weißnestsalangane (Deutsch) 2. Edible-nest Swiftlet (English)

    › Lebewesen › Tier › Chordata [1. Chordatiere (Deutsch)] › Vertebrata [1. Wirbeltiere (Deutsch)] › Aves [1. Vögel (Deutsch)] › Apodiformes [1. Segler (Deutsch)] › Apodidae [1. Segler(artige) (Deutsch)] › Aerodramus fuciphagus [1. Weißnestsalangane (Deutsch) 2. Edible-nest Swiftlet (English)]  ...


    https://www.naturemobile.org/de/arten/2179/co...

     Weißnestsalangane

    Wissenschaftlicher Name : Collocalia fuciphaga

    Andere Namen: Català: Falciot de Thunberg , Česky: Salangana ostrovní , English: Edible-nest Swiftlet , Español: Salangana Nidoblanco , Basque: Aerodramus fuciphagus , Français: Salangane des Andaman , Magyar: Szalangána , Nederlands: Eetbaarnestsalangaan ...


    http://ernaehrungsdenkwerkstatt.de/ernaehrung...

     ... Die „Schwalbennester“ sind die Neste von Salanganen, die wie die Mauersegler zu den Seglern gehören. Sie bestehen hauptsächlich aus eiweißreichem, zähem Speichel, dem Nestzement, der eine hell durchscheinende und gelatinöse Masse bildet. Die besonders begehrten „weißen“ Schwalbennester stammen von der in fast ganz Südostasien verbreiteten Weißnestsalangane (Aerodramus fuciphagus). Die Nester der Schwarznestsalangane (Aerodramus maximus) werden wegen der in den Nestzement eingearbeiteten dunklen Federn als „schwarz“ bezeichnet. ...


    https://pure.mpg.de/rest/items/item_3365829/c...

     Die Vögel der Erde

    – Arten, Unterarten, Verbreitung und deutsche Namen ...

     ... Deutsche Ornithologen-Gesellschaft, ...

    ... Segler 113 Familie Apodidae Swifts

     ... Marquesassalangane Aerodramus ocistus (Oberholser, 1906) PO: Marquesas Marquesan Swiftlet

     ... Schwarznestsalangane Aerodramus maximus (Hume, 1878) OR: Malaiische Halbinsel, Große Sundainseln Black-nest Swiftlet

     ... Weißnestsalangane Aerodramus fuciphagus (Thunberg, 1812) OR, AU: Andamanen, Kleine Sundainseln Edible-nest Swiftlet

     ... Malaiensalangane Aerodramus germani (Oustalet, 1876) OR: Südostasien, Borneo, Philippinen Germain's Swiftlet

     ... Papuasalangane Aerodramus papuensis (Rand, 1941) AU: Neuguinea Three-toed Swiftlet

    Maussegler Schoutedenapus myoptilus (Salvadori, 1888) AF: e, ez Scarce Swift  ...


    https://tierstimmen.de/Themensuche/Regenwald/...

     ... Regenwald Südostasien

    Auf diesem Download finden Sie 76 Minuten Klänge aus dem Regenwald Südostasien - Borneo, Sumatra und Malaiische Halbinsel. Faszinierende Tonaufnahmen mit Tierstimmen, Naturgeräuschen, Informationen und Musik aus dem Regenwald. ...

     ... 10  Auf dem Mount Kinabalu 2:14

    Zu hören sind: Schwarznestsalangane (Collocalia maxima), Weißnestsalangane (Collocalia fuciphaga) ...


    https://www.academia.edu/37628294/German_Bird...

     ... 4170.   Apodidae, Cypselidae, Micropodidae – ᴅɪᴇ Segler

     … 4250.   Aerodramus – namenlos

     ... 4321.   Aerodramus francicus – ᴅɪᴇ Mauritiussalangane

    4322.   Aerodramus germani – ᴅɪᴇ Oustaletsalangane

     ... 4325.   Aerodramus fuciphagus – ᴅɪᴇ Weißnestsalangane

     ... 4330. Aerodramus fuciphagus inexpectatus or Aerodramus inexpectatus – ᴅɪᴇ Andamanen-Weißnestsalangane

     4331.   Aerodramus fuciphagus vestitus or Aerodramus vestitus – ᴅɪᴇ Sumatra-Weißnestsalangane

    4332.   Aerodramus salangana – ᴅɪᴇ Moosnestsalangane  ...


    https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wei%C3%9Fnestsa...

     Die Weißnestsalangane (Aerodramus fuciphagus, Syn.: Collocalia fuciphaga) ist eine Vogelart aus der Familie der Segler (Apodidae). Sie ist mit zwölf Zentimetern Körperlänge ein mittelgroßer Vertreter der Salanganen. Ihr recht ausgedehntes, aber stark fragmentiertes Verbreitungsgebiet liegt in Südostasien. Die Art zählt zu den Salanganenarten, die über die Fähigkeit zur Echoortung verfügen, was den Vögeln ermöglicht, ihre in Höhlen liegenden Nistplätze aufzusuchen.

    Bekannt ist die Weißnestsalangane vor allem für ihre weißlichen Nester, die fast ausschließlich aus dem Speichel der Vögel bestehen. Diese Nester sind die wichtigste Zutat für die Schwalbennestersuppe, einer Delikatesse der Chinesischen Küche. Aufgrund ihrer Reinheit zählen die Nester dieser Art zu den begehrtesten.[1]  

     ... Die Körperlänge liegt bei zwölf Zentimetern, das Gewicht zwischen 10 und 15 Gramm.[2] Die gesamte Oberseite ist recht einheitlich dunkel schwarzbraun, lediglich der Bürzel ist heller und geht ins Grau; bei einigen Individuen ist der Farbunterschied allerdings recht schwach. Die Unterseite ist vorwiegend graubraun und heller als die Oberseite, die Kehle ist dabei am hellsten, von der Brust bis zum Steiß ist die Färbung mehr braun als grau. Die Unterschwanzdecken sind dunkler, zeigen aber einen blassen, grauen Saum. Typisch für Salanganen ist die Färbung der Unterseite des Flügels, dabei sind die Schwungfedern und die großen Armdecken blasser und bilden einen Kontrast zu den deutlich dunkleren mittleren und kleinen Armdecken. Beide Geschlechter sehen gleich aus. ...


    https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/60847684/...

     ... Taxonomy in detail

    Scientific name   Aerodramus fuciphagus

    Authority      (Thunberg, 1812)

    Synonyms      Collocalia germani Oustalet, 1876

    Common names

    English      Edible-nest Swiftlet

    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.

     ... Taxonomic notes   Aerodramus fuciphagus (del Hoyo and Collar 2014) was previously placed in the genus Collocalia and split as C. fuciphaga and C. germani following Sibley and Monroe (1990, 1993).  ...


    https://www.encyclopedia.com/environment/ency...

     ... Swifts are often found nesting in close association with humans and common swifts used to be encouraged to nest in man-made rooftop compartments where the young could be harvested for food. Even today, swiftlet nests are widely harvested for food and perceived medicinal properties. The feather-free "white" nests of the edible-nest swiftlet (Aerodramus fuciphagus), which are made entirely of the sticky secretions of the salivary glands, are important economic assets throughout their range in the oriental region. So-called "black" nests of the black-nest swiftlet (Aerodramus maximus), which contain substantial amounts of feathers intermixed with the salivary secretions, are also harvested but command a much lower price. ...

     ... Edible-nest swiftlet

    Aerodramus fuciphagus

    subfamily      Chaeturinae

    taxonomy      Hirundo fuciphaga Thunberg, 1812, Java. Eight subspecies.

    other common names   English: Gray-rumped swiftlet, white-nest swiftlet, Hume's swiftlet; French: Salangane à nid blanc; German: Weißnestsalangane; Spanish: Salangana Nidoblanco.

    physical characteristics   4.6 in (12 cm); 0.4–0.6 oz (10–15 g). Glossy blackish brown upperparts sometimes with lighter rump; underparts are mostly brownish gray with lighter throat and blackish undertailcoverts.

    distribution      Southeast Asia and Indonesia, from Andaman and Nicobar Islands through coastal south Thailand, Malaysia, Sumatra, Java, and Borneo to Lesser Sundas. ...


    https://www.mybis.gov.my/sp/20608

     Aerodramus fuciphagus

    White-nest Swiftlet

     ... Class      Aves  Birds

    Order      Caprimulgiformes

    Family      Apodidae  Swifts

    Genus      Aerodramus

    Specific Epithet   fuciphagus (Thunberg, 1812)

    Synonym         Collocalia fuciphaga (Thunberg, 1812)

    Common Name

       Edible-nest Swiftlet (English)

     ...     White-nest Swiftlet (English) ...


    https://carolinabirds.org/HTML/Swift.htm

     SWIFTs

    Order Apodiformes   Family Apodidae

     The swifts are a family, Apodidae, of highly aerial birds. They are superficially similar to swallows, but are actually not closely related to passerine species at all. Swifts are in the separate order Apodiformes, which they share with hummingbirds. The treeswifts are closely related to the true swifts, but form a separate family, the Hemiprocnidae. Swifts use their short legs only for clinging onto vertical surfaces or wires, and never land on the ground voluntarily.Because of this, and also because they usually fly fast and sledom alight, they are difficult to photograph. Often the best way to identify a swift is by where it is found. ...

    ... Genus Aerodramus

    These small swifts nest in caves. Unique among swifts, they use echolocation which enables them to navigate in caves. Because saliva is used to make the nests, some people consider them edible. ...

     ... Swiftlet,_White-nest also Edible-nest Swiftlet Aerodramus fuciphagus 

    Found: southeast Asia

    The White-nest Swiftlet has blackish-brown upperparts; paler rump, underpart; slightly forked tail; black legs. ...


    https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/oryx/...

     Protection of the white-nest swiftlet Aerodramus fuciphagus in the Andaman Islands, India: an assessment

     ... Because of the high price fetched for its nest of pure saliva the white-nest swiftlet Aerodramus fuciphagus (earlier known as Collocalia fuciphaga; Nguyen et al., Reference Nguyen, Yen and Voisin2002) has been greatly affected by nest collection and the species is a conservation priority (Sankaran, Reference Sankaran2001). The black-nest swiftlet Aerodramus maximus and the Indian edible-nest swiftlet Aerodramus unicolor, which also use saliva to build their nests but add their preened feathers, are similarly threatened by nest collection (Jagdeep et al., Reference Chhokar and Pande2002; Koon & Cranbrook, Reference Koon and Cranbrook2002; Nguyen et al., Reference Nguyen, Yen and Voisin2002; Sankaran & Manchi, Reference Sankaran and Manchi2008). ...


    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Taxonomy/Browser...

     Aerodramus fuciphagus

    Taxonomy ID: 46478 (for references in articles please use NCBI:txid46478)

    current name      Aerodramus fuciphagus

    basionym:         Hirundo fuciphaga Thunberg, 1812

    homotypic synonym:      Collocalia fuciphaga

    Genbank common name:   edible-nest swiftlet

    NCBI BLAST name: birds

    Rank: species ...  


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edible-nest_swiftlet

     The edible-nest swiftlet (Aerodramus fuciphagus), also known as the white-nest swiftlet, is a small bird of the swift family which is found in South-East Asia. Its opaque and whitish bird nest is made exclusively of solidified saliva and is the main ingredient of bird's nest soup, a delicacy of Chinese cuisine.[2]

     Description

    The edible-nest swiftlet, generally with a body length of 14cm (5.5. in), is a medium-sized representative of the salangans.[2] The upper part of the slender body is blackish-brown; the under part of the body ranges in colour from white to blackish-brown. The tail is short and has a slight notch.[3] The bill and feet are black. Legs are very short and tarsi are usually unfeathered or lightly feathered.[4]

    It weighs 15 to 18 grams [5] and the wings are long and narrow. In flight the swept-back wings resemble a crescent. [3

    The subspecies A. f. micans is paler and greyer while A. f. vestitus is darker with a rump that is less obviously paler.

     ... Threats and conservation

    The nest used in bird's nest soup is composed entirely of saliva. The soup is made by soaking and steaming the nests in water. It is said to improve kidney health, reduce phlegm, and to be an aphrodisiac.[3][11] The nests can fetch high prices and many colonies are harvested commercially.

    Some populations such as those in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands have been harvested extensively leading to them being considered critically threatened under the IUCN criteria.[1][12]

    The use of artificial bird houses is growing.[13] A detailed account of modern nest farming and marketing techniques is given by David Jordan (2004). [14]

    In Indonesia and Malaysia, "farming" of nests is performed in purpose-built structures or old empty houses with "tweeters" playing recordings of bird calls on the roof to attract swiftlets. In urban areas, such "bird houses" may be considered a nuisance by neighbours due to the loud bird calls and bird feces. [14] ...

     ... Synonyms   Collocalia fuciphaga ...


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