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White-bearded manakin Colombia, Venezuela and Trinidad south to Bolivia and northern Argentina The "Almirante manakin" Manacus x cerritus are stereotyped hybrids between the white-collared and the golden-collared species, found in Bocas del Toro Province , Panama Brumfield et al. These are small, compact, short-tailed birds with a heavy hooked bill and orange legs. The males have brightly coloured plumage and long puffed throat feathers, whereas the females are the typical manakin dull olive hue. The females lay two eggs in a shallow cup nest in a tree. Nest-building, incubation for 18—21 days, and care of the young are undertaken by the female alone, since manakins do not form stable pairs. Manacus manakins feed low in the trees on fruit and some insects , both plucked from the foliage in flight.

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White-bearded manakin Colombia, Venezuela and Trinidad south to Bolivia and northern Argentina The "Almirante manakin" Manacus x cerritus are stereotyped hybrids between the white-collared and the golden-collared species, found in Bocas del Toro Province , Panama Brumfield et al.

These are small, compact, short-tailed birds with a heavy hooked bill and orange legs. The males have brightly coloured plumage and long puffed throat feathers, whereas the females are the typical manakin dull olive hue.

The females lay two eggs in a shallow cup nest in a tree. Nest-building, incubation for 18—21 days, and care of the young are undertaken by the female alone, since manakins do not form stable pairs. Manacus manakins feed low in the trees on fruit and some insects , both plucked from the foliage in flight. Like some other manakin species, this genus has spectacular courtship rituals, in which the males give communal displays in a specially prepared lek.

The males jump with their throat feathers erected to form a beard, and give whistles together with the characteristic loud snaps like a breaking twig and various buzzing, rustling and whiffling noises made with the wings. The males of three very closely related species, the white-collared manakin of the Caribbean slopes of Central America, and its Pacific counterparts, the orange-collared and golden-collared manakins, have heavily modified wings with the five outer primaries very narrow for their outer half, and the inner primaries thickened and bowed.

Paris: Jean-Baptiste Bauche. Jr, ed. Check-list of Birds of the World. Volume 8. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Museum of Comparative Zoology. Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive. Lynx Edicions. Retrieved 16 February World Bird List Version 9. Retrieved 3 April Sources[ edit ] Brumfield, Robb T.

Evolution 55 10 : — Evolution 55 7 : — PDF fulltext Further reading[ edit ] ffrench, Richard A Guide to the Birds of Trinidad and Tobago 2nd ed. Comstock Publishing.

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White-bearded manakin

Description[ edit ] Like other manakins, the white-bearded manakin is a compact, brightly coloured forest bird, typically The adult male has a black crown, upper back, wings and tail, and the plumage is otherwise white. He has orange legs. The female and young males are olive-green and resemble female golden-headed manakins , but they have orange legs. The race endemic to Trinidad, M.

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