Definition of Malaconotidae. Meaning of Malaconotidae. Synonyms of Malaconotidae

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Definition of Malaconotidae

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Meaning of Malaconotidae from wikipedia

- sufficiently distinctive to be separated from that group as the family Malaconotidae. This is an African group of species which are found in scrub or open...
- yellow-breasted boubou (Laniarius atroflavus) is a species of bird in the family Malaconotidae. It is found in the Cameroonian Highlands forests. Its natural habitats...
- bushshrike (Telophorus viridis) is a species of bird in the family Malaconotidae. It is also known as the four-coloured bushshrike. Some use the name...
- (Laniarius luehderi) is a species of bird (a shrike) in the family Malaconotidae. It is found in Angola, Burundi, Cameroon, Republic of the Congo, Democratic...
- woodshrikes, flycatcher-shrikes, shrike-flycatchers and philentomas Malaconotidae, bushshrikes, puffbacks, tchagras and boubous Campephagidae, cuckooshrikes...
- the helmetshrike family Prionopidae, formerly usually included in the Malaconotidae. It is found in Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon...
- bushshrike (Malaconotus blanchoti) is a species of bird in the family Malaconotidae. It is widespread throughout Sub-Saharan Africa, although relatively...
- butcherbirds, currawongs, and Australian magpie Rhagologidae: mottled whistler Malaconotidae: puffback shrikes, bush shrikes, tchagras, and boubous Pityriaseidae:...
- bushshrike (Chlorophoneus kupeensis) is a species of bird in the family Malaconotidae. It is endemic to Cameroon, where it is found in the Bakossi Forest...
- between several presumably closely related groups such as bushshrikes (Malaconotidae) and cuckooshrikes (Campephagidae), but are now considered sufficiently...
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