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Pelecanus crispus

Lexo Gavashelishvili

2018-10-26

Pelecanus crispus
Pelecanus crispus
Accepted name: Pelecanus crispus Bruch, 1832
Common name: Dalmatian Pelican
Georgian name: ვარდისფერი ვარხვი
Synonyms: ***
Valid subspecies: ***
Taxonomic rank: Species
Taxonomy according to: http://datazone.birdlife.org/species/taxonomy

IUCN Status: NT
National Red list status: NT
Reason A3cde (IUCN)
Trend Declining
Introduced/ინტროდუცირებული: Native
ენდემიზმი/Endemism: ***
გავრცელების ფართობი/EOO B1***
დაკავებული ტერიტორია/AOO B2***
Legal Status/დაცულობის სტატუსი:

Status Comment:
IUCN

Remark/შენიშვნა:

YR-R, M

Species seasonal life history at a given site:

YR-R = Year-round resident; breeder, present throughout the year.
YR-V = Year-round visitor; non-breeder, present throughout the year.
BB = Breeding bird; breeder, absent during non-breeding period.
SV = Summer visitor; non-breeder, present in spring and summer.
WV = Winter visitor; non-breeder, present in late fall, winter and early spring
M = Migrant; bird of passage; present primarily in fall and spring.
ND = Not defined; found but its status not known yet.
FB = Former breeder.
Cas = Casual; recorded irregularly; less expected because normal range is far away.


Registration reference not available, personal observation by author.
Bibliography: BirdLife International. 2018. Pelecanus crispus (amended version of 2017 assessment). The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2018: e.T22697599A122838534. https://dx.doi.org/10.2305/IUCN.UK.2017-3.RLTS.T22697599A122838534.en. Downloaded on 20 January 2021./BirdLife International 2004. Birds in Europe Population Estimates, Trends and Conservation Status. BirdLife International, Cambridge, UK.
Citation: Zura Javakhishvili, Lexo Gavashelishvili, 2018-10-26. [http://www.biodiversity-georgia.net/index.php?taxon=Pelecanus crispus]. .Pelecanus crispus. in: Tarkhnishvili D, Chaladze G (Editors). 2013. Georgian biodiversity database. http://www.biodiversity-georgia.net/. Downloaded on: 25 October 2021