Synonyms for penelopides_panini or Related words with penelopides_panini

visayan_hornbill              mindoro_hornbill              penelopides              hornbill_penelopides              manillae              samarensis              tarictic_hornbill              woodpecker_yungipicus              dicrurus              wrinkled_hornbill              mindorensis              sulawesi_hornbill              macrogalidia              celebensis_sulawesi              exarhatus              platenae              rhyticeros              bukidnon_woodcock              enganensis              writhed_hornbill              leytensis              teysmanni              barred_buttonquail_turnix_suscitator              rhabdotorrhinus              hamiguitan              palawanensis              podogymnura              townsend_shearwater_puffinus              chestnut_cheeked_starling_agropsar              zosterornis              bernsteinii              rufous_hornbill              keysseri              ochraceous_bulbul              okinavensis              knobbed_hornbill              panayensis              mindanensis              pelengensis              platymantis              vordermanni              ornata_ornate              striped_babbler              helmeted_manakin              madagascar_coucal              cuckoo_cacomantis              babbler_malacocincla              whiteheadi_whitehead              luzonensis              inexspectata             

Examples of "penelopides_panini"
Several species endemic to the Philippines are found in the province. Examples include endangered animals such the Philippine spotted deer ("Cervus alfredi"), the Visayan warty pig ("Sus cebifrons"), and the Visayan hornbill ("Penelopides panini"). As of 2007, conservation efforts are being made by the Aklan State University and the DENR with varying success.
In the past, the Los Angeles Zoo has bred this species, but it is not known whether these birds were pure "Penelopides panini panini", so it may not be the first captive breeding of this species; that title may go to a breeding centre on Panay, where Chester's birds came from. The Chester zoo has bred this species.
The Mindanao hornbill is often labelled as "Penelopides panini" in zoos, due to the taxonomic complications of this genus. London Zoo used to keep a bird labeled in this way. There are now very few Mindanao hornbills outside the Philippines. Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens keep an elderly female.
The Visayan hornbill ("Penelopides panini") is a hornbill found in rainforests on the islands of Panay, Negros, Masbate, and Guimaras, and formerly Ticao, in the Philippines. It formerly included all other Philippine tarictic hornbills as subspecies, in which case the common name of the 'combined species' was shortened to tarictic hornbill.
The mechanism of seed dispersal via animal link vectors (endozoochoric dispersal) may explain how most Burseraceae were able to expand their range so efficiently across the globe. "Beiselia, Boswellia", and "Triomma" have dry fruits better suited for wind dispersal, but most Burseraceae have fleshy, edible fruit that is eaten by many animal dispersers. The seeds may provide a high reward in fat (24-73%) and protein (2.7-25.9%) if digested, but many animals eat just the fleshy part of the fruit and either discard the endocarp right away or excrete it some time later. Some known Burseraceae fruit consumers include hornbills ("Buceros bicornis, Ceratogyma atrata, C. cylindricus, Penelopides panini"), oilbirds ("Steatnoris caripensis"), fruit pigeons, warblers, vireos, orioles, flycatchers, tanagers, woodpeckers, loeries, primates ("Cercopithecus" spp., "Lophocebus albigena"), lemurs ("Varecia variegate" subsp. "variegate"), and sun bears ("Helarctos malayanus"). The fruits may also have been water dispersed.