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Buceros
Rhinoceros hornbill national aviary.jpg
Rhinoceros hornbill
Buceros rhinoceros
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Aves
Order: Bucerotiformes
Family: Bucerotidae
Genus: Buceros
Linnaeus, 1758
Species

See text.

Synonyms

Hydrocorax Brisson, 1760

Buceros is a genus of large Asian hornbills (family Bucerotidae).

Description

Hornbills in the genus Buceros include some of the largest arboreal hornbills in the world, with the largest being the great hornbill. All the hornbills in this genus have a large and hollow bony casque on their upper beak that can be useful to scientists and bird watchers to recognise their age, sex and species. Their wingspan can be up to 1.8 meters (6 foot) and they have the largest wingspan out of all the hornbills.

Species

Species included in the genus are:

Image Scientific name Common Name Distribution
Hornbill 2.jpg
Buceros rhinoceros Rhinoceros hornbill Borneo, Sumatra, Java, the Malay Peninsula, Singapore, and southern Thailand
Great Hornbill P.jpg
Buceros bicornis Great hornbill India, Bhutan, Nepal, Mainland Southeast Asia, Indonesian Island of Sumatra and North eastern region of India
Buceros hydrocorax eating.jpg
Buceros hydrocorax Rufous hornbill Philippines

The helmeted hornbill is sometimes included in this genus, but today most authorities place it in the monotypic Rhinoplax instead.

References

  • Kemp, A. C. (2001). Family Bucerotidae (Hornbills). pp. 436–523 in: del Hoyo, J., Elliott, A., & Sargatal, J. eds. (2001). Handbook of the Birds of the World. Vol. 6. Mousebirds to Hornbills. Lynx Edicions, Barcelona. ISBN 84-87334-30-X
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