Bird Families

Large Saltator / Saltator maximus

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Buff-throat Saltator - Saltator maximus, large green and yellow perching bird from South America forests, western Andean slopes, Amagusa, Ecuador.

The Buff-throated saltator, Saltator maximus The bird is perced on the branch at the beautiful flower in the rainforest America Costa Rica Wildlife nature scene. green backgrun

Buff-throat Saltator - Saltator maximus, large green and yellow perching bird from South America forests, western Andean slopes, Amagusa, Ecuador.

Exotic Bird Arid Saltator, Saltator maximus, Saltator Gorgianteado (Chayotero, Chojui, Comepuntas, Sinsonte Verde)

Saltator maximus - Saltator Gorgianteado (Chayotero, Chojui, Comepuntas, Sinsonte Verde))

The seed-eating bird Saltator maximus saltator belongs to the Thryidae tanager family. Breeds from Mexico to Ecuador and Brazil, bird gray on green.

The seed-eating bird Saltator maximus saltator belongs to the Thryidae tanager family. Breeds from Mexico to Ecuador and Brazil, bird gray on green.

Yellow-throated saltator, tree-seated saltator

Yellow-throated saltpeter, Saltator maximus

Yellow-throated saltator sitting on a branch

Yellow-throated shrimp on forest land looking for food

1 - The next day alone

The next day, one ant died. Again a gravy boat, again three workers who also refuse to eat.

But now, after a week, the sickle-jawed dancers got used to it, started taking out the trash and eating actively. Moreover, they have got eggs, of which there are already 8. They are laid at night, in batches of 2-3 pieces.

Just in case, each saltator was marked - so it is calmer and you can easily distinguish one ant from another. Eggs are laid by an individual with a lilac or purple mark, a worker with a pink one forages regularly.

It is worth saying that they take only crushed Turkmen and small Surinamese cockroaches, but I don't particularly care.Although I remember that the Venators hunted themselves from the very beginning.

Also, unlike venators, they collect eggs in bags.

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2 - Harpegnathos Also different

Harpegnathos
Also, unlike venators, they collect eggs in bags.

My venators did this for about two months, and then for some reason they stopped.

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3 - Harpegnathos

Harpegnathos
sickle-jaw

In this case, nevertheless, not a sickle is meant, but a very specific sword
Hurry up the harpoons.

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