adjutant bird

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large Indian stork with a military gait

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Key words: ventral air pouch, anatomy, rhinitis, avian, marabou stork, Leptoptilos crumeniferus
A 6-year-old, 7 kg, male, captive-born marabou stork (Leptoptilos crumeniferus) was presented for swelling of the ventral air pouch of 1 month's duration.
Subcutaneous air pouches in the marabou stork (Leptoptilos crumeniferus).
Isolation and characterization of pathogenic bacteria and fungi from Leptoptilos crumeniferus (marabou stork) droppings.
7.7 42.2 57.0 A Coracias abyssinica 542 114 264.2 357.0 A Cursorius temminckii 3 68.5 186.8 252.4 A Elanus caeruleus 3 240 438.6 592.8 A Eupodotus savilei 78 615 832.6 1125.1 A Falco naumanni 422 152.5 322.1 435.3 P Halcyon senegalensis 56 56.9 164.6 222.4 A Lamprotornis caudatus 74 121 275.1 371.8 A Lamprotornis chalybaeus 19 100 241.7 326.6 A Lanius meridionalis 2 65.5 181.2 244.8 A Lanius senator 269 31.9 111.0 150.0 P Leptoptilos crumeniferus 2 6325 4071.1 5501.5 A Macronyx croceus 47.6 145.8 197.0 A Merops albicollis 143 24.2 92.0 124.3 A Milvus migrans 11 704 912.8 1233.5 P Mirafra cantillans 655 18.7 77.1 104.3 A Motacilla flava 5 17.6 74.0 100.0 P Myrmecocichla aethiops 7 56.6 164.0 221.6 A Neotis denhami 1 4120 3040.4 4108.7 A Oenanthe oenanthe 23.2 89.3 120.7 P Oenanthe sp.
An exception to this is the reasonable study detail on the seasonal habitat requirements and migratory patterns of the Proboscis Monkey (1) and to a lesser extent for the Crocodile species (Frazier, 1994, 2000), Storm's Stork (Ciconia stormii) and Lesser Adjutant Stork (Leptoptilos javanicus).
In most stork species, males establish themselves on a potential nest site at the start of the breeding season; in Anastomus, Mycteria, and Leptoptilos species the unmated males perform advertising display(s): Display Preening (Mycteria spp.
In species of Mycteria, Anastomus, and Leptoptilos, the approaching female usually performs a display, presumably to appease the male.
asiaticus; (2) the branching sequence among Mycteria species; and (3) relationships among the three clades Mycteria, Leptoptilos, and Anastomus.
Kahl grouped the "giant" storks (Leptoptilos, Jabiru, and Ephippiorhynchus) together in the tribe Leptoptilini, based on morphological similarities, and he placed the Ciconia species in a separate tribe, the Ciconiini.
These two displays are common and unique to Anastomus, Leptoptilos, and Mycteria species.
The pairing of the genera Leptoptilos and Mycteria is found in one-half of the most-parsimonious trees obtained from analysis of the behavioral data matrix, and this pairing is supported by two characters: presence of the Balancing Posture (character 1) and drooping of the undertail coverts in the Snap Display (character 16).
Interestingly, five of the six displays included in the early courtship category (all except Head-shaking Crouch) are performed exclusively by species in the genera Mycteria, Leptoptilos, or Anastomus.
Surprisingly the vulnerable Lesser Adjutant Leptoptilos javanicus was unknown from DSNP until breeding was reported in 1995 (8+ nests) and 1996 from the Nung forest, where they had not been breeding for the last thirty years (Dennis et at.