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Andean Teal

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Also known as Follow link Alternate name
Anas andium Scientific name
Anseriformes Order
Anatidae Family
35 - 45 cm (Wingspan ) Length
Andean highlands, near still water, wetlands.  Range:- Colombia, Ecuador & Venezuela. Habitat
Altitude
Range
5 - 8 Eggs, incubation 22 - 26 days,  fledging 42 - 49 days. Clutch
Aquatic plants Food  
  Habits
TSN: 714695 - Sub-species World Number
Least Concern Status

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AKA:- Danish: Andeskrikand
German: Andenente, Andenkrickente
English: Andean speckled teal, Andean Teal
Spanish: Cerceta barcina
Spanish (Venezuela): Pato Serrano
Estonian: kolumbia piilpart
French: Sarcelle ŕ bec jaune, Sarcelle des Andes
Latin: Anas andinum, Anas andium, Anas flavirostris andinum, Anas flavirostris andium
Polish: cyraneczka andyjska
Russian: Андский чирок
Slovak: kacica andská, kačica andská

Sub-species

Anas andium altipetens

Anas andium andium
 

 

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