Plain-pouched Hornbill (Rhyticeros subruficollis) - HBW 6, p. 515
French: Calao à gorge claire
Spanish: Cálao Gorgiclaro
Other common names: Plain-pouched Wreathed Hornbill, Blyth’s(!)/Blyth’s Wreathed/Burmese/Tenasserim Hornbill
Taxonomy: Buceros subruficollis Blyth, 1843, Tenasserim.
Genus sometimes merged with Aceros. Sometimes thought to form a superspecies with R. plicatus. Has in past been considered conspecific with R. plicatus or with R. undulatus, but differs from both in size, bill morphology and bare-part colours; evidence from feather lice (Mallophaga) inconclusive, with different louse genera pointing towards potential relationships with one or other of the above species. Monotypic.
Distribution: S Myanmar and W & S Thailand, and recently confirmed N Peninsular Malaysia; reports from farther S (to Sumatra) unconfirmed.
- Vulnerable Enlarge map
Flypass of Plain-pouched Hornbills in isolated flocks at predawn. Locality Royal Belum State Park, Perak, Peninsular Malaysia
DAISY ONEILL 20 September 2006 2 years ago 18 sec 3.3
flock of 10, in total 94 seen flying to their roost site.
Locality Peninsular Malaysia (Monotypic species)
James Eaton 31 August 2013 1 year ago 4
A pair of birds flying, showing their plain-pouched, yellow for male and purple for female.
Locality Thungyai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary, Western Thailand, Thailand
Tanakorn Chantasuban 1 January 2011 3 years ago 3.5
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