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Definition of Turdus

Turdus
Turdus Tur"dus, n. [L., a thrush.] (Zo["o]l.) A genus of singing birds including the true thrushes.

Meaning of Turdus from wikipedia

- insectivorous or omnivorous birds in the genus ****us of the wider thrush family, ****idae. The genus name ****us is Latin for "thrush". The term "thrush" is...
- twelfth edition of his Systema Naturae as ****us migratorius. The binomial name derives from two Latin words: ****us, "thrush", and migratorius from migrare...
- Naturae in 1758 as ****us merula (characterised as T. ater, rostro palpebrisque fulvis). The binomial name derives from two Latin words, ****us, "thrush", and...
- Naria ****us dilatata (Dunker, R.W., 1852) Naria ****us distinguenda (Lamarck, J.B.P.A. de, 1810) Naria ****us micheloi Chiapponi, 2009 Naria ****us pardalina...
- 1831, and still bears its original scientific name, ****us philomelos. The generic name, ****us, is the Latin for thrush, and the specific epithet refers...
- from the Latin words ****us, "thrush", and torquatus, "collared". About 65 species of medium to large thrushes are in the genus ****us, characterised by...
- ****us Solitarius (Latin for solitary thrush) was a constellation created by French astronomer Pierre Charles Le Monnier in 1776 from stars of Hydra's...
- derives from the Latin words ****us, "thrush", and ile "flank". About 65 species of medium to large thrushes are in the genus ****us, characterised by rounded...
- genera have now been placed within ****us: Genus Platycichla: (two species) – part of a South American group within ****us Genus Nesocichla: Tristan thrush...
- The mistle thrush (****us viscivorus) is a bird common to much of Europe, temperate Asia and North Africa. It is a year-round resident in a large part...
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