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 1 year 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 32 weeks ago 3.9
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 2 years ago 3.2
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