Todiramphus gertrudae

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Classis : Aves 
Ordo : Coraciiformes 
Familia : Alcedinidae 
Genus : Todiramphus 
Species : T. gertrudae 
Todiramphus gertrudae 
(Murphy, 1924)  
Conservationis status

Todiramphus gertrudae est periclitatissima avium species familiae Alcedinidarum, solum in insula Niau in Polynesia Francica endemica. Eius habitationes naturales sunt subtropicae vel tropicae silvae siccae, plantationes, hortique rustici. Solum 125 fere aves singulae in terris feris manent.

Todiramphus gertrudae est parva avis multicolor, pennis claris caeruleis, capite aurantio furvo, tergoque claro viridi. Omnes orbis terrarum aves singulae hac in insula habitant, et species in reliquis insulis Gambieranis iam dudum exstincta est. Sine interventu gravi, veri simile est species exstinctam fieri.[1]

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Coulombe, G. C., D. C. Kesler, et A. Gouni. 2011. Factors influencing occurrence and habitat use of Tuamotu Kingfishers at landscape and territory scales. Auk 128: 283–92.
  • Kesler, D. C. 2011. Non-permanent radiotelemetry leg harness for small birds. Journal of Wildlife Management 75: 467–71.
  • Kesler, D. C. 2012. Foraging habitat distributions affect territory size and shape in the Tuamotu Kingfisher. International Journal of Zoology ID 632969, 7 pp. 1–7.
  • Kesler, D. C., A. S. Cox, G. Albar, A. Gouni, J. Mejeur, et C. Plasse. 2012. Translocation of Tuamotu kingfishers, post-release exploratory behavior and harvest effects on the donor population. Pacific Science 66: 467–80.
  • Kesler, D. C., R. J. Laws, A. S. Cox, A. Gouni, and J. D. Stafford. 2012. Survival, territory resources, and population persistence in the critically endangered Tuamotu Kingfisher. Journal of Wildlife Management 76: 1001–1009.