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Definition of Flycatchers
FlycatcherFlycatcher Fly"catch`er, n. (Zo["o]l.)
One of numerous species of birds that feed upon insects,
which they take on the wing.
Note: The true flycatchers of the Old World are Oscines, and
belong to the family Muscicapid[ae], as the spotted
flycatcher (Muscicapa grisola). The American
flycatchers, or tyrant flycatchers, are Clamatores, and
belong to the family Tyrannid[ae], as the kingbird,
pewee, crested flycatcher (Myiarchus crinitus), and
the vermilion flycatcher or churinche (Pyrocephalus
rubineus). Certain American flycatching warblers of
the family Sylvicolid[ae] are also called
flycatchers, as the Canadian flycatcher (Sylvania
Canadensis), and the hooded flycatcher (S. mitrata).
See Tyrant flycatcher.
Meaning of Flycatchers from wikipedia
to: Old World flycatchers
, Muscicapidae Tyrant flycatchers
, Tyrannidae Fairy flycatchers
, Stenostiridae Monarch flycatchers
- shape, patterns, size and colors. Some tyrant flycatchers superficially resemble
the Old World flycatchers which
they are named after
but are not related...
- nest. Clutches contain three
to six eggs. In the summer, scissor-tailed flycatchers
(gr****hoppers, robber-flies, and dragonflies)...
- by Great Crested Flycatchers
" (PDF). Wilson
Bulletin. 107 (4): 757–761. Bent, AC (1942). Life histories
of North American flycatchers
, larks, swallows...
with monarch flycatchers
2015, the Indian paradise flycatcher
, Blyth's paradise flycatcher
, and the Amur paradise flycatcher
were all considered...
- shamas Tribe Muscicapini
(Fleming, 1822) Fraseria
– forest flycatchers Myioparus
– tit-flycatchers Melaenornis Empidornis
of over 100 p****erine birds which includes
shrikebills, paradise flycatchers
, and magpie-larks. Monarchids
are small insectivorous songbirds
of Pacific-slope (E. difficilis) or cordilleran
(E. occidentalis) flycatchers
wing bars that contrast strongly against
- techniques, although
they are unrelated
to the Old World flycatchers
(Muscicapidae) and the tyrant flycatchers
(Tyrannidae). They occur mainly
- HMS Courageous, where
16 Flycatchers served alongside
16 Blackburn Ripons
and 16 reconnaissance
aircraft. Very po****r with pilots, the Flycatchers
were easy to fly...
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