Fluorescence among Fraterculinae subfamily

Автор: Evtukh Grigory

Журнал: Русский орнитологический журнал @ornis

Статья в выпуске: 1768 т.28, 2019 года.

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Previously photoluminescence in bird bills was described in Crested Auklet Aethia cristatella (Wails et al. 2017), Atlantic Puffin Fratercula arctica (Dunning et al. 2018) and Rhinoceros Auklet Cerorhinca monocerata (Wilkinson et al. 2019). I report a photoluminescence in bills of two other Fraterculini species: Fratercula corniculata and F. cirrhata. Photoluminescent patterns in bills are very similar among Fraterculini (hereafter ‘Puffins’). In this group glow appears both in rhinotheca and gnathotheca. Also fluorescence was revealed in F. cirrhata tuffs. Age differences in fluorescent area of bill revealed in Tufted puffin, sex differences revealed in Horned puffin. Fluorescent coloration fading with time, it could be proof for presence of specific fluorescent pigment. Orange-red light eradiation in bills of genus Aethia needs further testing on live birds.


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