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Mandible (Jawbone ) of the D'Arnaud's Barbet Trachyphonus darnaudii (YPM 110876)


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Phylogenic Position
Aves - Neognathae - Piciformes - Lybiidae - Trachyphonus - Trachyphonus darnaudii
Species Description
D’Arnaud’s Barbet (Trachyphonus darnaudii) is also referred to as an African Barbet. D’Arnaud’s Barbet is native to Eastern Africa. D’Arnaud’s Barbet is a very versatile bird; it is comfortable both on land and in trees. It feeds mainly on fruits and nuts and has distinct, short bristles under its beak. An interesting aspect of the Barbet’s habitat is that it burrows a tunnel into the ground, and one can find its nest there. D’Arnaud’s Barbet also employs a particular mating dance in which the male and female face each other and twitch or move quickly in various directions.
Specimen Information
Species Trachyphonus darnaudii (D'Arnaud's Barbet)
Element Mandible (Jawbone )
Specimen Number YPM 110876
Sex
Location Kenya: Rift Valley Prov., Magadi
Geological Age Recent
 
Technical Information
Scanner Konica Minolta Range7
Resolution 40 µm
Number of Data Points 22393
Number of Data Polygons 11214
Date Scanned June 22, 2010
Scan Technician Tiffany Medwid
Edited By Stephanie John
 
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Other Trachyphonus darnaudii (D'Arnaud's Barbet) Elements
Specimen Element
YPM 110876 Right Humerus (Right Upper Arm Bone)
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