Definition of Tetraoninae. Meaning of Tetraoninae. Synonyms of Tetraoninae

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- family Phasianidae. Grouse are frequently ****igned to the subfamily Tetraoninae or tribe Tetraonini (formerly the family Tetraonidae), a cl****ification...
- The Meleagridinae (turkeys) are native to the New World, while the Tetraoninae (grouse) are cir****polar. The greatest diversity of species is in Southeast...
- other endemic bird families: the divers or loons (Gaviidae), grouse (Tetraoninae), auks (Alcidae), and waxwings (Bombycillidae). There are no endemic...
- ptarmigan (/ˈtɑːrmɪɡən/) (Lagopus lagopus) is a bird in the grouse subfamily Tetraoninae of the pheasant family Phasianidae. It is also known as the willow grouse...
- Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Cl****: Aves Order: Galliformes Phasianinae Meleagridinae Grouse (Tetraoninae) Perdicinae 100 living species in 32 genera...
- The Holarctic has four endemic families: divers (Gaviidae), grouse (Tetraoninae), auks (Alcidae), and the waxwings (Bombycillidae). The scarab beetle...
- Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Cl****: Aves Order: Galliformes Phasianinae Meleagridinae Grouse (Tetraoninae) Perdicinae 100 living species in 32 genera...
- Dendrortyx Odontophorus Oreortyx Philortyx Rhynchortyx Phasianidae Meleagridinae (turkeys) Perdicinae Phasianinae (pheasants and relatives) Tetraoninae...
- Dendrortyx Odontophorus Oreortyx Philortyx Rhynchortyx Phasianidae Meleagridinae (turkeys) Perdicinae Phasianinae (pheasants and relatives) Tetraoninae...
- Perdicinae Horsfield 1821 Subfamily Phasianinae – true pheasants Subfamily Tetraoninaegrouse The relationships of many pheasants and partridges are still...
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