Definition of Burhinidae. Meaning of Burhinidae. Synonyms of Burhinidae

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Definition of Burhinidae

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Meaning of Burhinidae from wikipedia

- as dikkops or thick-knees, consist of nine species within the family Burhinidae, and are found throughout the tropical and temperate parts of the world...
- simply stone-curlew (Burhinus oedicnemus) is a northern species of the Burhinidae (stone-curlew) bird family. The genus name Burhinus comes from the Gr****...
- known as the spotted dikkop or Cape thick-knee, is a wader in the family Burhinidae. It is native to tropical regions of central and southern Africa. The...
- Turnicidae: buttonquails Suborder Chionidi: thick-knees and allies Family Burhinidae: thick-knees Family Chionididae: sheathbills Family Pluvianellidae: Magellanic...
- Indian thick-knee (Burhinus indicus) is a species of bird in the family Burhinidae. It was formerly included as a subspecies of the Eurasian stone-curlew...
- are not true curlews (family Scolopacidae) but members of the family Burhinidae, which is in the same order Charadriiformes, but only distantly related...
- This list is based on the Handbook of Australian, New Zealand and Antarctic Birds list, May 2002 update, with the doubtfuls omitted. It includes the birds...
- vermiculatus), or water dikkop is a species of bird in the thick-knee family Burhinidae. The species is found across sub-Saharan Africa, usually close to water...
- (Burhinus senegalensis) is a stone-curlew, a group of waders in the family Burhinidae. Their vernacular scientific name refers to the prominent joints in the...
- with Burhinus grallarius. A species of the widely distributed family Burhinidae, also represented in Australia by the beach stone-curlew Esacus magnirostris...
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