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New Records of the White-lipped Peccary (Tayassu pecari Link, 1795) for Southern Brazil
The White-lipped Peccary (Tayassu pecari Link, 1795) is a species of Tayassuidae family that occurs in neotropical region, living in large herds. The species is now considered Critically EndangeredExpand
First record of the straight-billed reedhaunter (Limnoctites rectirostris Gould, 1839) for the state of Paraná, Brazil
The straight-billed reedhaunter inhabits marshes that contain eryngos ( Eryngium spp.) and is distributed from Uruguay to Brazil, where it was thought to be restricted to the states of Rio Grande doExpand
DESCRIPTION OF A FORAGING BEHAVIOR OF THE PAVONINE CUCKOO (DROMOCOCCYX PAVONINUS PELZELN, 1870) (CUCULIFORMES: CUCULIDAE)
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A new type of foraging behavior is described based on observations in two different places, one natural and one anthropic, where the birds perched on the ground and used their wings and tail to disturb the vegetation, flushing and capturing insects while staying on theGround. Expand