Adults are 40 to 49 cm (16 to 19 in) long, span 66 to 75 cm (26 to 30 in) across the wings, and weigh 250 to 400 g (8. 8 to 14. 1 oz), with an average weight of 300 g (11 oz). Each wing measures 21. 4 to 25. 3 cm (8. 4 to 10. 0 in), the tail measures 14. 0 to 17. 4 cm (5. 5 to 6. 9 in), the bill is 4. 1 to 6. 0 cm (1. 6 to 2. 4 in) and the tarsus measures 3. 1 to 3. 8 cm (1. 2 to 1. 5 in). They are mainly black with a red crest, and have a white line down the sides of the throat. They show white on the wings in flight. The flight of these birds is strong and direct, but undulates in the way characteristic of woodpeckers. Adult males have a red line from the bill to the throat, in adult females these are black. Two species found in the Old World, the white-bellied and black woodpeckers, are closely related and occupy the same ecological niche in their respective ranges that the pileated occupies in North America. The only North American birds of similar plumage and size are the ivory-billed woodpecker of the southeastern United States and Cuba, and the related imperial woodpecker of Mexico. However, unlike the pileated, both of those species are extremely rare, if not extinct. Most reports of the ivory-billed woodpecker are believed to be erroneous reports of the far more common pileated.
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