Pollen's Vanga

The Pollen's Vanga is classified as Near Threatened (NT), is close to qualifying for or is likely to qualify for a threatened category in the near future.

differences in Pollen's Vanga, I ex- amined four specimens at the Museum National d'Histoire Naturelie, Paris. A specimen (no. 3799) la- belled as a male had entirely white underparts, with a faint rufous tint not likely to be visible in the field, extending from the black throat downward. Two specimens (nos. 497 and 2457), labelled as females, each had a white band separating the black throat from otherwise rufous underparts. The fourth spec- imen (no. More

The Pollen's Vanga (Xenopirostris polleni) is a species of bird in the Vangidae family. It is endemic to Madagascar. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical moist montane forests. It is threatened by habitat loss. References - * BirdLife International 2004. Xenopirostris polleni. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Downloaded on 27 July 2007. More

Pollen's Vanga is classed as Near-threatened by BirdLife International and the Red-shouldered Vanga, Bernier's Vanga, Helmet Vanga and Red-tailed Newtonia are regarded as Vulnerable. Van Dam's Vanga is classed as Endangered because it is restricted to a small area of north-west Madagascar where the forest is rapidly disappearing due to clearance for agriculture and uncontrolled bushfires. Bluntschli's Vanga is known only from two old specimens and is classed as Data Deficient. More

Pollen's Vanga (Xenopirostris polleni) = French: Vanga de Pollen German: Pollenvanga Spanish: Vanga de Pollen Taxonomy: Vanga polleni Schlegel, 1868, north-west coast of Madagascar. Recent molecular-genetic analysis indicates that genus may be closest to Oriolia, Falculea and Artamella. Monotypic. Distribution: E Madagascar. More

★ Pollen's Vanga ''Xenopirostris polleni'' ★ Sickle-billed Vanga ''Falculea palliata'' ★ White-headed Vanga ''Artamella viridis'' ★ Chabert Vanga ''Leptopterus chabert'' ★ Blue Vanga ''Cyanolanius madagascarinus'' ★ Bernier's Vanga ''Oriolia bernieri'' ★ Helmet Vanga ''Euryceros prevostii'' ★ Tylas Vanga ''Tylas eduardi'' ★ Coral-billed Nuthatch-vanga ''Hypositta corallirostris'' ★ Short-toed Nuthatch-vanga ''Hypositta perdita'' ★ Dark Newtonia, ''Newtonia amphichroa'' ★ Common Newtonia, ''Newtonia brunneicauda'' More

* Pollen's Vanga, Xenopirostris polleni * Genys: Falculea * Sickle-billed Vanga, Falculea palliata * Genus: Artamella * White-headed Vanga, Artamella viridis * Genus: Leptopterus * Chabert's Vanga, Leptopterus chabert * Genus: Cyanolanius * Blue Vanga, Cyanolanius madagascarinus More

Images Male Pollen's vanga incubating eggs in nest Pollen’s vanga belongs to a family of fourteen Madagascan bird species, which have evolved a remarkably diverse array of beak sizes and shapes, rivalling that of the now famous finches of the Galápagos Islands. In the case of Pollen’s vanga, it has ... More

Male Pollen's vanga incubating eggs in nest Male Pollen's vanga incubating eggs in nestPrint factsheet Facts - French: Vanga De Pollen Kingdom Animalia Phylum Chordata Class Aves Order Passeriformes Family Vangidae Genus Xenopirostris (1) Size More

Pollen's Vanga - Xenopirostris polleni Vanga de Pollen = Vanga de Pollen Le guide ornitho : Les 848 espèces d'Europe en 4000 dessins Gallery : © Xavier Libert Order : Passériformes Family : Vangidae Species : Pollen's Vanga Reference: lixa74098 Other pictures Date taken : 2009 Apr Geographic data Country : Madagascar (ma) Region : Faritany d' Antsiranana More

species overview :: Pollen's Vanga (Xenopirostris polleni) = Nr. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Vangidae
Genus : Xenopirostris
Species : polleni
Authority : (Schlegel, 1868)