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Australian Faunal Directory
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Life Science Identifier (LSID):

urn:lsid:biodiversity.org.au:afd.taxon:1c582479-f156-4fa1-b09b-84375a227d75

LSIDs are persistent, location-independent,resource identifiers for uniquely naming biologically significant resources including species names, concepts, occurrences, genes or proteins, or data objects that encode information about them. To put it simply, LSIDs are a way to identify and locate pieces of biological information on the web.

Data Links

JSON

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WMS

To use WMS services, copy and paste the following GetCapabilities URL into your OGC client (e.g. uDIG, ESRI ArcGIS)
http://biocache.ala.org.au/ws/ogc/ows?q=species:Callocephalon fimbriatum
For higher taxa, this will give you a hierarchical listing of layers for each taxon.

RDF

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Further details

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Species presence
 Recorded In Australia
 Terrestrial Habitats
Conservation status
IUCNLeast Concern
NSWEndangered Populations
NSWVulnerable

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Description

The Gang-Gang Cockatoo is a dark grey cockatoo. It has prominent crest. The male has a red head and grey body. The female has grey head and body. Immature birds look like the hen except for some red in the head feathers in young males source: OZ Animals

Gang-gang cockatoos are one of the more distinctive and charismatic members of Australia's avifauna. These birds are primarily slate-grey, with the males easily identified by their scarlet head and wispy crest, while females have a grey head and crest and feathers edged with salmon pink on the underbelly. ... source: Office of Environment and Heritage

Online resources

Birds in Backyards
Distribution, Habitat, Diet, Reproduction, Distribution Map, Similar Species
Birdway
Images
BowerBird
Images, Occurrence record
Citizen Science
Images, Occurrence record
Encyclopedia of Life
Images
Flickr EOL
Images, Occurrence record
Internet Bird Collection
Video Page Url, Family Common Name
Museum Victoria provider for OZCAM
Images, Occurrence record
NatureShare
Images, Occurrence record
OZ Animals
Description, Distribution, Morphology, Habitat, Diet, Reproduction
Office of Environment and Heritage
Description, Distribution, Habitat, Threats
Wikipedia
Reproduction, Reference, Images

Species Lists

Australian iconic species
State emblems
Emblem type: bird
State: Australian Capital Territory
Birds of Canberra Gardens
state listed spp (non EPBC)
Victorian Restricted species
Grouping: Terrestrial Fauna (nesting and/or breeding records only)
Non-Passeriformes
New South Wales Sensitive Species List
category: 3
family: Cacatuidae
generalisation: 1km
TSC Status: V
TSC Status Description: Vulnerable
Reason: Risk of egg collection and nest disturbance
Adapters
MV

Names and sources

Accepted name Source
Callocephalon fimbriatum

Synonyms

Synonyms Source
Psittacus galeatus Latham, 1801 Latham, 1801
Published in: Latham, J. 1801. Supplementum Indicis Ornithologici, sive Systematis Ornithologiae London : G. Leigh, J. & S. Sotheby pp. 74 pp.
Psittacus fimbriatus Grant, 1803 Grant, 1803
Published in: Grant, J. 1803. The Narrative of a Voyage of Discovery, performed in His Majesty's vessel the Lady Nelson, of sixty tons burthen, with sliding keels, in the years 1800, 1801 and 1802, to New South Wales London : T. Egerton pp. xxvi 195 pp.
Psittacus phoenicocephalus Kuhl, 1820 Kuhl, 1820
Published in: Kuhl, H. 1820. Conspectus Psittacorum. Cum specierum definitionibus, novarum descriptionibus, synonymis et circa patriam singularum naturalem adversariis, adjecto indice museorum, ubi earum artificiosae exuviae servantur. Nova Acta Acad. Caes. Leopol.-Carol. Vol. 10 pp. 1-104 pls I-III
Callocephalon australe Lesson, 1837 Lesson, 1837
Published in: Lesson, R.P. 1837. Histoire naturelle. Journal de la Navigation autour du Globe de la Frégate la Thétis et de la Corvette l' Espérance pendant les années 1824, 1825 et 1826 Vol. 2 pp. xvi 351 165 pp.
Kakadoe rubrogaleata Bourjot Saint-Hilaire, 1838 Bourjot Saint-Hilaire, 1838
Published in: Bourjot Saint-Hilaire, A. 1838. Histoire Naturelle des Perroquets, troisième volume (Supplémentaire), pour faire suite aux deux volumes de Levaillant, contenant les espèces laissées inédites par cet auteur ou récemment découvertes Paris : F.G. Levrault pp. xl 110 pp. 111 pls
Callocephalon galeatum tasmanicum Mathews, 1915 Mathews, 1915
Published in: Mathews, G.M. 1915. Additions and corrections to my List of the Birds of Australia. Austral Avian Rec. Vol. 2 pp. 123-133
Callocorydon fimbriatus superior Mathews, 1917 Mathews, 1917
Published in: Mathews, G.M. 1917. The Birds of Australia London : Witherby & Co. Vol. 6 pp. pts 2 pp.105-516 pls 283-324

Common Names

Common name Source
Gang-gang Cockatoo
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Gang-gang Cockatoo Population In The Hornsby And Ku-ring-gai Local Government Areas
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Working classification

kingdom
ANIMALIA
phylum
CHORDATA
subphylum
VERTEBRATA
suprageneric
GNATHOSTOMATA
class
AVES
order
PSITTACIFORMES
family
CACATUIDAE
subfamily
Cacatuinae
tribe
Cacatuini
genus
Callocephalon
species
Callocephalon fimbriatum  Recorded in Australia

Occurrence records

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Name references found in the Biodiversity Heritage Library

Name references found in the TROVE - NLA

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