Brazilian Teal

The ducks are light brown in colour. 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.

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Original source: Marreco Ananaí (Amazonetta Brasiliensis)
Author: Dario Sanches from SÃO PAULO, BRASIL

The Brazilian Teal is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

The Brazilian Duck or Brazilian Teal (Amazonetta brasiliensis) is the only duck in the genus Amazonetta. It was formerly considered a "perching duck", but more recent analyses indicate that it belongs to a clade of South American dabbling ducks which also includes the Crested Duck, the Bronze-winged Duck, and possibly the steamer ducks (Johnson & Sorenson, 1999). The ducks are light brown in colour. More

Duck, also known as the Brazilian Teal, whose range is from Venezuela to Argentina. next (Brazilian Teal) last first previous (Blue-billed Duck) Brazilian Teal Copyright and usage info: My photos are free to use for non-commercial purposes only, provided that you retain the imprint or visibly display © with the image. For Internet usage, a link to is required. I would also like to know where the image is being used. More

Brazilian Teal - Amazonetta brasiliensis Canard amazonette = Canard amazonette Gallery : © Philippe Wolfer Site web : Oiseaux d'Argentine Order : Ansériformes Family : Anatidae Species : Brazilian Teal Sex : Male Reference: phvo64417 Other pictures Date taken : 2009 Feb Geographic data Country : Argentina (ar) Region : Provincia de Corrientes More

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Brazilian Teal Amazonetta brasiliensis = Described by: Gmelin (1789) Alternate common name(s): Brazilian Duck, Schuyl's Teal, Lesser Brazilian Teal, Greater Brazilian Teal Old scientific name(s): Anas brasiliensis Photographs Brazil - Date unknown More

Brazilian Teal (Amazonetta brasiliensis) mounted pair in flying scene by wildlife artist Frank Newmyer of Michigan. Eight-time World Champion bird taxidermist and wildlife designer Frank Newmyer of Michigan virtually invented the genre of artistic waterfowl mounts in elegant habitat cases. We are pleased to offer this gallery of bird specimens from around the world. Many of these mounted specimens are also available for legal purchase through Wildlife Designer in accordance with US Federal laws. Click here for purchasing information. More

The Brazilian teal is predominately found among the early and mid season migrating species of waterfowl in South America. The Brazilian teal is the largest teal found in South America and is similar in size to a wood duck or blue-wing in North America. The Brazilian teal is characterized by its blood red beak, iridescent green wings, their tendency to fly at low altitudes in large groups of (10-15). More

XC17005 :: Brazilian Teal (Amazonetta brasiliensis ipecutiri) = Recording data Recordist Nick Athanas Date 08-04-2005 Time 10:50 Country Brazil Location Reserva Ecologica de Guapiassu - RJ Longitude W42.43'36" Latitude S22. More

Brazilian Teal Amazonetta brasiliensis = Brazil - Date unknown More

Brazilian Teal, We observe this bird in the rout of the Transoceanic... Read All Filmation * Film programs Photography * Photo gallery Latest News Manu Peru Uros people pulling their island to their original position UROS ISLAND Date: Feb. More

20 December 2009 17:23 Brazilian Teal - Amazonetta brasiliensis Photo copyright: monacoeye • Do not copy • Images: Lagoa do Peixe, RS • November 2009 Bird name: Brazilian Teal Latin: Amazonetta brasiliensis Other: Brazilian Duck • Pé-vermelho (Br) • Pato brasilero (Es) Family: Anatidae • Ducks The Brazilian Teal lives in South America, including most of Brazil. I found it easiest to identify by the triangular patch of white in its speculum feathers. More

There is only one male Brazilian teal at the Biod More

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Order : Anseriformes
Family : Anatidae
Genus : Amazonetta
Species : brasiliensis
Authority : (Gmelin, 1789)