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Status survey of Indian edible--nest swiftlet collocalia unicolor (Jerdon) in western ghats, west coast, and Islands in Arabian sea, India

Status survey of Indian edible--nest swiftlet collocalia unicolor (Jerdon) in western ghats, west coast, and Islands in Arabian sea, India

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Published by Zoological Survey of India in Kolkata .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 48-52).

StatementAnil Mahabal ... [et. al.] ; edited by the Director, Zoological Survey of India, Kolkata.
SeriesStatus survey of endangered species
ContributionsMahabal, Anil., Zoological Survey of India.
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 52 p. :
Number of Pages52
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17004960M
ISBN 109788181711458
LC Control Number2007341084

Edible-nest Swiftlet. 10 m Above Forest Canopy 64 6 6 49 6 44 6 36 6 52 6 , 0–10 m Above Forest Canopy 6 . MNHS also arranged a photo exhibition on 'Birds' by Shri. Vijesh Vallikunnu from 14 th February 20 1 at the festival. Bird Survey at Aralam WLS: The 11 th annual bird survey at Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary was conducted on 12, 13, 14" 1 March 44 bird watchers participated in the survey. species of birds were recorded during the survey.

An edible bird's nests production facility comprising of: a wholly man made artificial caves system and/or converted natural relief such as caves, valleys, cliffs forming the nesting habitat and associated supporting facilities configured to breed swiftlets for their nests by means of a captive breeding program for swiftlets; commercialized-scientific farming methods; specialized . Due to the value of their nests, there is great pressure on the populations of black-nest swiftlets (Collocalia maximus) and white-nest swiftlets (Collocalia fuciphagus) in the Malaysian provinces of Sarawak and Sabah. The problems are particularly acute at Gunung Mulu National Park, in spite of a complete ban on collection there, and at Niah National Park, where every participant .

the taxonomic status of many species in the group. Herewe The black-nest swiftlet Aerodramus maximus and the Indian edible-nest swiftlet Aerodramus unicolor, which also use saliva to build. Other articles where Edible-nest swiftlet is discussed: apodiform: Importance to humans: nest of one species, the edible-nest swiftlet (C. fuciphaga), is composed almost entirely of concentric layers of this salivary cement. These nests and, to a lesser extent, those of some other swiftlets are gathered commercially in the East Indies and form the base for the famous bird’s-nest .


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Status survey of Indian edible--nest swiftlet collocalia unicolor (Jerdon) in western ghats, west coast, and Islands in Arabian sea, India Download PDF EPUB FB2

Full text of "Status Survey of Indian Edible-nest Swiftlet Collocalia unicolor (Jerdon) in Western Ghats, West Coast and Islands in Arabian Sea, India" See other formats rAirrift i Status Survey of Eudun}*ered Species Ikq GTO f Edible-nest Swiftlet unicolor (Jerdoni) SfN.c^tern Ghats, West Coast and Islands 3b, 0 in Arabian Sea, India ANIL MAHABAL SATISH PANDE.

The Indian swiftlet, or Indian edible-nest swiftlet, (Aerodramus unicolor) is a small is a common resident colonial breeder in the hills of Sri Lanka and south west India. The half-cup nest is built on a vertical surface, often in a cave. The male swift uses thick saliva to construct the white, shiny nest into which two eggs are : Aves.

The nests of the Edible-nest Swiftlet (Collocalia fuciphaga) rank amongst the world's most expensive animal products, which has resulted in high levels of exploitation of its nests in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, population of the Edible-nest Swiftlet was assessed through nest counts, and declines in population were estimated through changes in Cited by: Status Report of Indian Edible-nest Swiftlet Collocali unicolor (Jerdon) in Western Ghats, West Coast and Islands in Arabian Sea, India’: Status Survey of Endangered Species.

Published by Director, Zoological Survey of India, Kolkata. The nests of the Edible-nest Swiftlet (Collocalia fuciphaga) rank amongst the world's most expensive animal products, which has resulted in high levels of exploitation of its nests in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India.

The population of the. EROTIQUE CHINOISE by PANDE, DR ALKA and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Edible-nest Swiftlet and Glossy Swiftlet of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands have not been studied extensively except for status surveys and brief.

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M.; Pednekar, Shivkumar N. pp 1 - 52 | May Download Book (PDF) Status of Himalayan Salamander Tylototriton verrucosus Anderson in. List of Books & Articles; Project reports; Videos; Annual reports; FCRA ; Audit reports; Our Partners; Indian Swiftlet + Status and breeding of the Indian swiftlet; Sea Eagle + Sea eagle - Sindhudurg report; Indian Edible-Nest Swiftlet: Collocalia unicolor: Alpine Swift: Tachymarptis melba: Common Swift: Apus apus: House.

International trade of swiftlet nests has affected wild populations of edible-nest swiftlets throughout their range. The white-nest swiftlet Aerodramus fuciphagus of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands lost 80% of its population in the s.

Conservation efforts for the species were initiated inwith the active involvement of former nest collectors. The edible-nest swiftlet (Aerodramus fuciphagus), also known as the white-nest swiftlet, is a small bird of the swift family which is found in South-East Asia.

Its nest is made of solidified saliva and is used to make bird's nest soup. Collocalia esculenta (Beavan ) and the Edible-nest Swiftlet Aerodramus fuciphagus (Hume ). Edible-ne st swiftlet, the producer of edible ne sts, is.

Edible-nest Swiftlet is found in the Andaman and Nicobar islands of India. These birds are more common in Andaman as compared to the Nicobar islands and they inhabit rock caves near the shore.

The Cave Swiftlets use a simple but effective form of echolocation to navigate in total darkness through the chasms and shafts of the caves they utilize. Indian Birds Vol. 5 No. 4 (Publ. 15th October ) Predation can affect the population of the colonial breeders like Edible-nest Swiftlet, as it was proved in one of the caves under continuous observation.

The population of the Edible-nest Swiftlet was recorded using the roost count method (Medway ). Deutsch-Englisch-Übersetzung für: Indian edible nest swiftlet Indian edible-nest swiftlet [Aerodramus unicolor] Malabarsalangane {f} Teilweise Übereinstimmung: orn.

cave swiftlet [Collocalia linchi] Höhlensalangane {f} orn. cave swiftlet [Collocalia linchi] Linchisalangane {f}. Indian Swiftlet Aerodramus unicolor Edible-nest Swiftlet The cave swiftlet (Collocalia linchi) is a species of swift in the family Apodidae.

It is found in Indonesia, Malaysia and India. It is a woodland species and nests in caves. The Bornean swiftlet was considered a subspecies, but is now usually considered distinct. The status and conservation of the Edible-nest Swiftlet (Collocalia fuciphaga) in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Status Survey of Indian Edible-nest Swiftlet Collocalia unicolor (Jerdon) in Western Ghats, West Coast and Islands in Arabian Sea, India by Pednekar, Shivkumar N.

New avian cestodes of the family Dilepididae from Collocalia unicolor unicolor (Jerd.), the Indian edible-nest swiftlet, with descriptions of Pseudangularia thompsoni, P. triplacantha gen. et spp. nov. and Notopentorchis collocaltae gen. et sp. nov. Author(s): Burt, D. Swiftlet Information Swiftlet Species Index Swiftlet Species Photo Gallery.

The Indian Swiftlet or Indian Edible-nest Swiftlet, Aerodramus unicolor, is a small swift. It is a common resident colonial breeder in the hills of Sri Lanka and south west India. Breeding. The half-cup nest is built on a vertical surface, often in a cave. The nests of the Edible-nest Swiftlet (Collocalia fuciphaga) rank amongst the world's most expensive animal products, which has resulted in high .R Sankaran, The status and conservation of the Edible-nest Swiftlet (Collocalia fuciphaga) in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Biological Conservation, /S(00), 97, 3, (), ().Other interesting species found here include-Ceylon frogmouth (Batrachostomus moniliger), Indian edible-nest swiftlet (Collocalia unicolor), Malabar trogon (Harpactes fasciatus), Malabar whistling-thrush (Myiophonus horsfieldii) and Loten's sunbird (Nectarinia lotenia) (Islam and Rahmani ).