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Title: 黑面琵鷺理羽行為之初探
Other Titles: A Preliminary Study on Preening Behavior of Black-Faced Spoonbill (Platalea Minor)
Authors: 王佳琪
王穎
Issue Date: Jun-1997
Publisher: 國立臺灣師範大學生命科學學系
Department of Life Science, NTNU
Abstract: 研究人員自1996年11月到1997年3月,在臺南七股地區黑面琪鷺的棲息地進行理羽行為的觀察。結果顯示本種白天多在休息,所佔比例達93.14%。理羽則為各項活動中最高者(3.74%)。其可分為自理(3.62%) 及互理(0.12%),自理部位概可分為胸、腹、背、頸基、翅膀、頭頸等部,其中以翅膀所佔的比例最高,達39.46%。自理的方式含嘴及腳爪,使用腳爪時,其自理部位多集中於頭頸。互理則以嘴為主,其部位亦皆集中於頭頸,包括額頂、後頭、前頸、頸側、前頸基部等五處。本種白晝理羽行為的變化,在15時後逐漸提高,於17時達到高峰。
From Nov. 1996 to Mar. 1997, the preening behavior of the Black-faced Spoonbill (Platalea minor) was observed at the wintering area in Chigu, Tainan County. During the day the bird was mostly resting (93.14%). However, the preening behavior was the most common one (3.74%) among all other activities. Preening can be classified into self-preening (3.62%) and allo-preening (0.12%). The region of self-preening included the head, neck, wing, breast, abdomen and back of the bird. Among parts preened, the wing was treated most frequently (39.46%). In general the bill was used for preening, but the foot was applied to the neck and head region where the bill could not reach. Allo-preening was also confined to the head and neck region. During the day the preening activity increased after 1500hr with the peak at 1700hr.
URI: http://rportal.lib.ntnu.edu.tw//handle/77345300/6713
Other Identifiers: 0884E8B7-5A67-D1B8-4823-7695A5129BD9
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