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    satanic nightjar - Heinrich's nightjar - satanic eared-nightjar - Sulawesi eared-nightjar - diabolical nightjar (Eurostopodus diabolicus) ornith. - engoulevent satanique, m (Eurostopodus diabolicus)


     ... Taxonomy in detail

    Scientific name   Eurostopodus diabolicus

    Authority      Stresemann, 1931


    Common names

    English      Heinrich's Nightjar, Satanic Eared-Nightjar, Satanic Nightjar

    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.

    Identification Information   26-27 cm. Medium-sized, dark nightjar. Greyish-brown upperparts, spotted and speckled brown, buff and tawny. Blackish streaks on crown, continuous with mantle. Brown underparts, barred and spotted cinnamon and pale buff. White band on throat but no white visible in wings or tail. Female has buff band on throat.   ...

     Swifts (Apodidae)

     ... Two nightjar species are Critically Endangered: Jamaican poorwill (Siphonorhis americana; last reliably recorded in 1859) and Puerto Rican nightjar (Caprimulgus noctitherus). Two species are Endangered: white-winged nightjar (C. candicans) and Itombwe nightjar (C. prigoginei). Three species are listed as Vulnerable: Heinrich's nightjar (Eurostopodus diabolicus), Bonaparte's nightjar (C. concretus), and nechisar nightjar (C. solala). Four species are classified as Near Threatened: Salvadori's nightjar (C. pulchellus), sickle-winged nightjar (Eleothreptus anomalus), Chocó poorwill (N. rosenbergi), and plain-tailed nighthawk (Nyctiphrynus vielliardi). An additional three species are listed as Data Deficient. ...

     Eurostopodus diabolicus

    Heinrich's nightjar

    (Also: satanic eared-nightjar)

     ... Order

       Caprimulgiformes nightbirds

     ..    Family

       Caprimulgidae nightjars, nighthawks, and relatives

     ...        Eurostopodus

       Asian nightjars

               Species Eurostopodus diabolicus Heinrich's nightjar ...

     Caprimulgidae - Nightjars

    The Caprimulgidae family includes 92 species of birds. Nightjars are medium-sized birds with short legs, small feet, long wings, and short bills. They are nocturnal and eat insects.

    Some species in this family perch along the length of a tree branch in the same way cats stretch out on a branch. This helps conceal them from predators when they are sleeping during the day. ...

     ... Sulawesi Eared-nightjar - Eurostopodus diabolicus Photos Video Vulnerable Asia

    Sulawesi-eared nightjars are found in Indonesia. They aare also known as Heinrich's nightjar.

    Source: Internet Bird Collection Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School  ...

     Nightjars are medium-sized nocturnal birds with long wings, short legs and very short bills that usually nest on the ground. Nightjars are sometimes referred to as goatsuckers from the mistaken belief that they suck milk from goats (the Latin for goatsucker is Caprimulgus). ...

     ... Subfamily Eurostopodidae (eared nightjars)

       Mountain Eared-Nightjar, Eurostopodus archboldi

       Spotted Eared-Nightjar, Eurostopodus argus

       Satanic Eared-Nightjar, Eurostopodus diabolicus

       Great Eared-Nightjar, Eurostopodus macrotis

       White-throated Eared-Nightjar, Eurostopodus mystacalis

       Papuan Eared-Nightjar, Eurostopodus papuensis

       Malaysian Eared-Nightjar, Eurostopodus temminckiide ...

     NIGHTJARs - Old World

     Order Caprimulgiformes Family Caprimulgidae

     The family Caprimulgidae contains the Nightjars. Their closest relatives are Owlet Nightjars of family Aegothelidae and Frogmouths of Family Podargidae. They are found around the world, hunt in low light, and feed on large flying insects. ...

    ... Genus Eurostopodus

    These nightjars are found in Australia, Indonesia, and vicinity.

    Nightjar,_Diabolical also Satanic Nightjar Eurostopodus diabolicus

    Found: Sulawesi of Indonesia

    The Diabolical Nightjar has a prominent fore-collar. It is very rare. ...

     Sulawesi eared-nightjar

    Eurostopodus diabolicus

     ... Common name:      Sulawesi eared-nightjar (en); noitibó-diabólico (pt); engoulevent satanique (fr); chotacabras diabólico (es); teufelsnachtschwalbe (de ... Range:   This species is endemic to Sulawesi, Indonesia, where it is confined on the mountain ranges in the north and centre of the island.

    Size:      These birds are 26-27 cm long.

    Habitat:      The Sulawesi eared-nightjar is found in evergreen rainforests, at altitudes of 250-2.100 m, tolerating at least selective logging.

    Diet:      They feed on insects caught in flight, particularly moths and beetles, hunting at twilight and in the night. ...

      Eurostopodus diabolicus Stresemann, 1931

    Heinrich's nightjar, Diabolical nightjar, Satanic nightjar, Sulawesi eared-nightjar, Kalabat Volcano nightjar

     ... Conservation Status

    Last record: 1931

    Rediscovered in 1996 (18 July 1998?)

    IUCN RedList status: Vulnerable


    Bolaang Mongondow, North Sulawesi, Indonesia ...

     The world's most endangered nightjars, nighthawks, frogmouths, and potoos

     ... Species comprising the chart above include:

     Family   Scientific name   Common name(s)   Red List status   Population trend ...

     ... CAPRIMULGIDAE   Caprimulgus solala   Nechisar Nightjar   VU   unknown

    CAPRIMULGIDAE   Eurostopodus diabolicus   Satanic Eared-Nightjar, Satanic Nightjar, Sulawesi Eared-nightjar   VU   decreasing

    PODARGIDAE   Batrachostomus auritus   Large Frogmouth   NT   decreasing . ...

     ... Notes on Breeding Behaviour, Ecology, Taxonomy and Vocalisations of Satanic Nightjar Eurostopodus diabolicus in Central Sulawesi ...

     ... Description of vocalisations The scientific and common names of Satanic Nightjar (and the synonym Diabolical Nightjar) has been attributed to its song, sometimes described as a ‘plip plop’ and likened to rapid water dripping or the sound of the bird ‘pulling out a person’s eye’ by locals (Collar et al. 2001; Holyoak 2001), which in fact refers to the vocalisation that is given in flight (Fig. 1). ...

     Eurostopodus diabolicus Stresemann, 1931

     ...  Taxonomy and Nomenclature        

        Kingdom:   Animalia   

        Taxonomic Rank:   Species   


        Common Name(s):   Satanic Nightjar [English]        

        Taxonomic Status:       Current Standing:   valid   

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

     The Satanic nightjar (Eurostopodus diabolicus), also Heinrich's nightjar,[1], satanic eared-nightjar, Sulawesi eared-nightjar or diabolical nightjar is a mid-sized, spotted, dark brown nightjar endemic to the Indonesian island of Sulawesi.[2] The species was discovered in 1931 by Gerd Heinrich, a German natural historian who collected a single female holotype from Mount Klabat on the Minahasa peninsula of Northern Sulawesi.[3][4] In the following decades, there were a few unconfirmed reports of sightings and calls of the bird, but it did not officially resurface until 1996 when David Bishop and Jared Diamond positively identified it in Lore Lindu National Park by its sound. Making the visible rediscovery available for multiple people in the tour group including poet and writer Jan Zwaaneveld.[3][4] This increased the bird's estimated range by 750 km.[4] It has since been observed and described in the literature multiple times.

     Description   The Satanic nightjar measures about 27 cm long.[2][3] It has a white to buff-colored collar at its throat, blackish head, greyish-brown back, barred brown belly, and white spots on its 3rd and 4th outer primaries.[2][3] It can be distinguished from other nightjars in the area by its dark color and the absence of ear tufts, white tail, and wing patches.[4]

    Etymology   The Satanic nightjar's common and Latin name originate from interpretations of its vocalizations.[5] Some authors report that in flight, the bird makes a "plip-plop" call like dripping water, which locals have also likened to the sound of the bird pulling out a person's eye.[5][6] However, this description may be wrongly attributed to this species as it does not agree with more recent accounts of the bird's call.[6] It is also sometimes called Heinrich's nightjar, the diabolical nightjar, the devilish nightjar, the Sulawesi nightjar and other names.[3] These last three names have largely fallen out of use.[3] Its common names sometimes also include the word "eared" despite its lack of ear tufts.[3] Some of this bird's advocates prefer the name "Satanic", believing it will draw more attention and conservation interest to the little-known nightjar.[3] ...

     L'Engoulevent satanique (Eurostopodus diabolicus) est une espèce d'oiseaux de la famille des Caprimulgidae.


    Cet oiseau est endémique de Sulawesi.

     ... Classification (COI)

     ... Classe   Aves

    Ordre   Caprimulgiformes

    Famille   Caprimulgidae

    Genre   Eurostopodus

    Espèce   Eurostopodus diabolicus   Stresemann, 1931 ...

     Engoulevent satanique

    Eurostopodus diabolicus - Satanic Nightjar

     Description identification

    Engoulevent satanique (Eurostopodus diabolicus) est un oiseau qui appartient à la famille des Caprimulgidés.

     ... Habitat

    Forêt : humide de plaine, montagneuse humide

     ... Descripteur   Stresemann, 1931

    Biométrie         Taille      : 26 cm ...

     ... Français

    Domaine(s)      Oiseaux

    Entrée(s) universelle(s)   Eurostopodus diabolicus   latin

       engoulevent satanique

       correct, voir observation, nom masculin, uniformisé

    OBS   Oiseau de la famille des Caprimulgidae.

    OBS   engoulevent satanique : nom français uniformisé par la Commission internationale des noms français des oiseaux. ...

     Engoulevent satanique

    Caprimulgiformes > Caprimulgidae > Eurostopodus diabolicus   Stresemann, 1931

    Satanic Eared-Nightjar (en) ;Teufelsnachtschwalbe (de) ;Succiacapre satanico (it) ;Chotacabras diabólico (es)

    Note : aussi Satanic Nightjar (en).

     ... Répartition : Indonésie, Sulawesi. Un 1er spécimen a été découvert sur le volcan Kalabat dans le Nord de l'île, les zones naturelles de Kumarsot, Panua Nature Reserve et Lore Lindu National Park seraient fréquentées.

    Habitat : Forêts entre 250 et 1750 m.

     ... Région : Océanie ( 1 pays afficher/cacher )

    Statut :   Vulnérable, population en baisse ...

     Engoulevent satanique

    Eurostopodus diabolicus

    Ordre des Caprimulgiformes – Famille des Caprimulgidés

    INTRODUCTION :   L’Engoulevent satanique a d’abord été découvert en 1931 dans le nord du Sulawesi. L’espèce a été redécouverte en 1996 dans le centre du Sulawesi, mais elle est toujours peu connue.

    Le nom de cet oiseau est associé à une superstition locale et à ses vocalises nocturnes. 

    DESCRIPTION DE L’OISEAU :   Quelques mesures :   Longueur : 26-27 cm

    Le mâle adulte a un plumage cryptique sombre dans l’ensemble. Les parties supérieures sont brun grisâtre, mouchetées et tachetées de brun, chamois et fauve clair. Sur la tête, la calotte est striée de noirâtre. Cette espèce n’as pas de collier nucal.

    Les scapulaires et les couvertures alaires sont brunes avec des ocelles couleur cannelle.

    Le mâle présente une bande blanche autour de la gorge. Les parties inférieures sont brunes, barrées et tachetées de chamois clair et cannelle. L’abdomen et les flancs sont plus clairs, presque chamois clair avec des barres brunes. La queue se termine par une étroite bande chamoisée.  ...

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