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Andrés De Muro; Macaulay Library ML The Brazilian Teal is a resident of freshwater marshes, lakes and ponds from Colombia and Venezuela south. Cereta brazileña (Spanish) Amazonetta brasiliensis brasiliensis Lesser Brazilian teal. Amazonetta brasiliensis ipecutira Greater Brazilian teal. Anas brasiliensis. Download scientific diagram | Amazonetta brasiliensis (marreca-pévermelho). from publication: Aves da Reserva Biológica do Lami | | ResearchGate, the.
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Brazilian Teal Amazonetta brasiliensis [version 1] eBird version Brazilian Teal Amazonetta brasiliensis [version 1] Howard and Moore 2nd edition: The population trend amazonetta brasiliensis to be stable, and hence the species does not approach the thresholds for Vulnerable under the population trend criterion.
The population size is very large, amazonetta brasiliensis hence does not approach the thresholds for Vulnerable under the population size criterion. For these reasons the species is evaluated as Least Concern. Many of these species are sociable outside the breeding season, although Cairina moschata - Muscovy duck, Cairina scutulata - White-winged duck, Pteronetta hartlaubii - Hartlaub's duck and Plectropterus gambensis amazonetta brasiliensis Spur-winged goose can all be aggressive and require separate amazonetta brasiliensis.
Brazilian teal are reasonably but they are susceptible amazonetta brasiliensis frost-bitten feet on icy ground Frostbite: These birds are suitable for large and small mixed collections, also for amazonetta brasiliensis, but may be slightly aggressive while breeding and a separate pen might therefore be suggested at this time.
It was formerly considered a "perching duck", but more recent analyses indicate that it belongs to a clade of South American dabbling ducks which amazonetta brasiliensis includes the Crested Duck, the Bronze-winged Duck, and possibly the steamer ducks VIDEO copyright: Drakes distinguish themselves from females in having red beaks and legs, and in having a distinctive pale grey area on the side of its head and neck.
The colour of these limbs is much duller in females.