Definition of Perdicinae. Meaning of Perdicinae. Synonyms of Perdicinae

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Definition of Perdicinae

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Meaning of Perdicinae from wikipedia

- Perdicinae is a subfamily of birds in the pheasant family, Phasianidae, regrouping the partridges, Old World quails, and francolins. Although this subfamily...
- occasionally broken up into two subfamilies, the Phasianinae and the Perdicinae. Sometimes, additional families and birds are treated as part of this...
- Europe, Asia, and parts of Africa. They are sometimes grouped in the Perdicinae subfamily of the Phasianidae (pheasants, quail, etc.). However, molecular...
- into two subfamilies – the Phasianinae (pheasant-like forms) and the Perdicinae (partridge-like forms). This crude arrangement was long considered to...
- and separated from the partridges, francolins, and Old World quails (Perdicinae) till the early 1990s, molecular phylogenies have shown that the two Phasianidae...
- in a sub-family Gallusininae. The pheasant Phasianinae and partridge Perdicinae families of the "Order of Phasianidae" have been established as paraphyletic...
- Phasianoidea Groups included Odontophoridae Gould, 1844 Phasianidae subfamily Perdicinae Horsfield, 1821(partial) Anurophasis van Oort, 1910 Coturnix Garsault...
- Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Cl****: Aves Order: Galliformes Phasianinae Meleagridinae Grouse (Tetraoninae) Perdicinae 100 living species in 32 genera...
- Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Cl****: Aves Order: Galliformes Phasianinae Meleagridinae Grouse (Tetraoninae) Perdicinae 100 living species in 32 genera...
- Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Cl****: Aves Order: Galliformes Phasianinae Meleagridinae Grouse (Tetraoninae) Perdicinae 100 living species in 32 genera...
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