Long-billed Ibis

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Long-billed Ibis
File:Long-billed Ibis.png
Drawing by Michelle Hellstern
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Aves
Clade: Phaethoquornithes
Clade: Aequornithes
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Species: P. tricolor
Binomial name
Plegadis tricolor
Travis, 2304

Long-billed Ibis, Plegadis tricolor is a species of ibis in the Threskiornithidae family. It is found in Devonshire, Aquitani and occasionally Italy and Austro-Hungary.

Other names[edit]

Tricoloured Ibis

Description[edit]

The Long-billed Ibis is a small, dark wading bird with a long, sharply decurved bill. In the summer, it has a white face but in the winter, it has a dark face. They retain the pink skin around the eyes year-round.

Similar species[edit]

Its winter plumage resembles that of a Glossy Ibis, however, it tends to have more white on its face than a Glossy.

Behaviour[edit]

Diet[edit]

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Distribution/habitat[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Future IUCN

Based on...[edit]

Glossy Ibis and White-faced Ibis.



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