Collared aracari is splendidly stamped and has a huge bill. The grown-up is naturally 39– 41 cm (15.5– 16 in) long and weighs 190– 275 g. The genders are indistinguishable in appearance, with an acne and chest and dim olive green upperparts, aside from a red back end and upper tail. There is ruddy neckline on the back neck which offers ascend to the English and logical (torquatus) names. The underparts are splendid yellow, with a round dark spot in the focal point of the bosom and a red-tinted dark band over the tummy. The thighs are chestnut. The uncovered facial skin is dark, getting to be noticeably bronzed behind the yellow eye. The upper mandible of the bill is dull yellow, set apart with a dark saw-tooth design on the bleeding edge, and a dark tip. The lower mandible is dark, and the legs are green. Adolescent busted aracaris are substantially more frank, with dirty pimple and caramel green upperparts. The red rear end and yellow underparts are paler, and the bosom spot, stomach band and bill design are unclear. The call of the busted aracari is a boisterous, sharp pseek, or peeseek.
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