Definition of Campephagidae. Meaning of Campephagidae. Synonyms of Campephagidae

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Definition of Campephagidae

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Meaning of Campephagidae from wikipedia

- The cuckooshrikes and allies in the family Campephagidae are small to medium-sized p****erine bird species found in the subtropical and tropical Africa...
- are a group of p****erine birds belonging to the cuckooshrike family Campephagidae partially making up the genus Lalage. Their name come from the loud...
- birds belonging to the genus Pericrocotus in the cuckooshrike family Campephagidae. There are about 15 species, occurring mainly in forests in southern...
- Sulawesi has a high degree of endemism in its bird species. Sulawesi supports twelve endemic bird genera. Penelopides exarhatus (Sulawesi hornbill) - VU...
- philentomas Malaconotidae, bushshrikes, puffbacks, tchagras and boubous Campephagidae, cuckooshrikes, trillers and cicadabirds Falcunculidae, shrike**** Pachycephalidae...
- grey-chinned minivet (Pericrocotus solaris) is a species of bird in the family Campephagidae. It is found from the Himalayas to China, Taiwan and Southeast Asia...
- Indonesia has more endemic birds than any other country. Indonesia's size, tropical climate, and archipelagic geography, support the world's second highest...
- belonging to the minivet genus Pericrocotus in the cuckooshrike family Campephagidae. While most of the minivets have shades of yellow, orange and red in...
- related groups such as bushshrikes (Malaconotidae) and cuckooshrikes (Campephagidae), but are now considered sufficiently distinctive to be separated from...
- in Cracticidae) Rhagologidae: mottled whistler Aegithinidae: ioras Campephagidae: cuckooshrikes and trillers Mohouidae: whiteheads Neosittidae: sittellas...
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