Definition of Sylviidae. Meaning of Sylviidae. Synonyms of Sylviidae

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Definition of Sylviidae

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- Sylviidae is a family of p****erine birds that includes the typical warblers and a number of babblers formerly placed within the Old World babbler family...
- long-tailed **** Phylloscopidae: leaf-warblers and allies. Recently split from Sylviidae. Acrocephalidae: reed warblers and allies Locustellidae: gr****birds and...
- babblers, bulbuls, etc. "Old World warblers", formerly all in family Sylviidae Leaf warblers, now in family Phylloscopidae Typical bush warblers, now...
- The avian family Sylviidae was commonly called sylviid babblers or sylviid warblers. On July 2021, The International Ornithological Congress (IOC) recognized...
- are a large group of birds formerly grouped together in the bird family Sylviidae. The family held over 400 species in over 70 genera, and were the source...
- African hill babbler (Sylvia abyssinica) is a species of bird in the family Sylviidae. The African hill babbler was described by the German naturalist Eduard...
- the genus Sylvia in the "Old World warbler" (or sylviid warbler) family Sylviidae. There are 7 species in the genus. Typical warblers occur in the temperate...
- Orthotomus. While they were often placed in the Old World warbler family Sylviidae, recent research suggests they more likely belong in the Cisticolidae...
- gen. et sp. indet. (Late Miocene of Polgárdi, Hungary) – Sylvioidea (Sylviidae? Cettiidae?) That suboscines expanded much beyond their region of origin...
- There are 71 known taxa of birds endemic to the Hawaiian Islands, of which 30 are extinct, 6 possibly extinct and 30 of the remaining 48 species and subspecies...