Cuban Red Macaw – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Cuban Red Macaw, Ara tricolor, is an extinct species of parrot that was native to Cuba and the … Categories: IUCN Red List extinct species | Ara | Birds of Cuba | Fauna of the Isle …

Naturalis – Extinct bird: Ara tricolor (Hispaniolan or Cuban Macaw)
3D pictures of the extinct Hispaniolan or Cuban Macaw (Ara tricolor) in the Naturalis collection (Leiden, the Netherlands).

Ara tricolor – Cuban Macaw specimen(s) in the ZMA
Specimen(s) of Cuban Macaw (Ara tricolor) in the Zoological Museum Amsterdam (ZMA). … persecuted in the first half of the 19th century for food and the cage-bird …

Cuban Macaw (Ara tricolor) | Wild status – Parrot Encyclopedia
Cuban Macaw (Ara tricolor) – wild parrot population, range, habitat, threat summary, IUCN rating … Trapped for wild bird trade and hunted for food. IUCN Rating: Extinct Wild Diet:

The Extinction Website – Species Info – Jamaican Red Macaw
Class: Aves (birds) Order: Psittaciformes: Family: Psittacidae: Subfamily: Psittacinae … authors have suggested that this species was conspecific with the Cuban Red Macaw Ara tricolor …

Macaw – from the 2006 Schools Wikipedia CD
They are the largest birds in the parrot family in length and wingspan, though … Extinct (1760) Ara tricolor: Cuban Macaw Conservation status: Extinct (1885)

Lexicon of Parrots
… specialised in magazines and books about parrots and other birds … Ara militaris: Military Macaw: Ara tricolor: Cuban Macaw

Macaws – info and games
A Warning to Potential Macaw Owners: Bird experts often advise those interested in … Lesser Antillean Macaw; Ara tricolor : Cuban Red Macaw; Ara autocthones : Saint Croix Macaw

2007 IUCN Red List – Search
Justification: Cuban Macaw Ara tricolor was endemic to the Isle of … 19th century. Taxonomy Wetherbee separated Cuban birds as A. cubensis, claiming that the type of A. tricolor must …

InfoNatura – Detailed Report
Scientific Name: Ara tricolor Authority: Bechstein, 1811 English Common Name: Cuban Macaw … Check-list of North American birds. Seventh edition …

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