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Figure 8: Some aquatic bird species typical of Anavilhanas blake water lakes. The sequence starts with the most abundant, as following that showed in Table 2: (a) Phalacrocorax brasilianus; (b) Dendrocygna autumnalis; (c) Cairina moschata; (d) Ardea cocoi; (e) Ardea alba; (f) Anhinga anhinga; (g) Phaetusa simplex; (h) Megaceryle torquata; (i) Pandion haliaetus; (j) Butorides striatus; (k) Mesembrinibis cayenensis; (l) Egretta thula; (m) Heliornis fulica; (n) Chloroceryle americana; (o) Tigrisoma lineatum; (p) Aramides cajanea; (q) Eurypyga helias; (r) Agamia agami; (s) Anhima cornuta. The majority of photos were made by: L. C. Marigo, except the following: Agami agami (Photo by: Renato Cintra); Megaceryle torquata (Photo by: A. Sucksdorff); Mesembrinibis cayenensis (Photo by: Luiz A. T. Barros); Pandion haliaetus Photo by: Alsemo D'Áffonseca).