Hooded mountain toucan (as Pteroglossus cucullatus) Black-billed mountain toucan (as Pteroglossus nigrirostris) Behaviour and ecology. Some species of aracaris are unusual for toucans in that they roost socially throughout the year, up to six adults and fledged young sleeping in the same hole with tails folded over their backs.
Ramphastos is a genus of toucans , tropical and subtropical near passerine birds from Mexico, and Central and South America, which are brightly marked and have enormous, often colourful, bills. Taxonomy and systematics See also List of Ramphastos species and subspecies .
The spot-billed toucanet (Selenidera maculirostris) is a species of bird in the toucan family Ramphastidae. It is found in the Atlantic Forest of south-eastern Brazil, far eastern Paraguay, and far north-eastern Argentina . The spot-billed toucanet was originally described in the genus Pteroglossus.
The Toco Toucan (pronunciation: toko too-kun or, toko ‘too,kan) is a South American bird famous for its enormous, colorful beak, and flaunts the largest bill with respect to body size of all birds. Spread almost all across the continent’s rainforest area, this species is the largest member of the toucan family, and is a center of attraction in innumerable zoos across the world.