Overview

Brief Summary

There are two species of peafowl, better known as peacocks. These large birds are famous for their bright, colorful feathers. Male Indian Peafowl have a colorful “train” of feathers that stands above their tails. The train has more than 200 feathers and can be over 7 feet long.

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Ecology

Associations

Known predators

Pavo (partridge, peafowl, babbler) is prey of:
Serpentes
Varanidae
Felis silvestris libyca
Vulpes vulpes
Canis lupus familiaris

Based on studies in:
India, Rajasthan Desert (Desert or dune)

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Known prey organisms

Pavo (partridge, peafowl, babbler) preys on:
animal dung
Araneae
Hymenoptera
Cicindelidae
Camponotus pennsylvanicus
Serpentes
Varanidae

Based on studies in:
India, Rajasthan Desert (Desert or dune)

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Molecular Biology and Genetics

Molecular Biology

Statistics of barcoding coverage

Barcode of Life Data Systems (BOLD) Stats
Specimen Records:8
Specimens with Sequences:11
Specimens with Barcodes:7
Species:2
Species With Barcodes:2
Public Records:4
Public Species:2
Public BINs:1
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Barcode data

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