Cuculiformes


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Related to Cuculiformes: Cuculidae
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Noun1.Cuculiformes - cuckoos; touracos; etc.
animal order - the order of animals
Aves, class Aves - (ornithology) the class of birds
cuculiform bird - birds having zygodactyl feet (except for the touracos)
Cuculidae, family Cuculidae - includes cuckoo; ani; roadrunner
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El trabajo conjunto entre investigadores y las comunidades locales arrojo el reconocimiento de 168 especies de fauna silvestre: 103 de aves pertenecientes a 16 ordenes (42 especies de Passeriformes, nueve Apodiformes, ocho Psittaciformes, siete Piciformes, seis Falconiformes, cinco Columbiformes, cuatro Accipitriformes, cuatro Caprimulgiformes, cuatro Cuculiformes, tres Tinamiformes, tres Strigiformes, dos Galliformes, dos Cathartiformes, dos Coraciiformes, una Charadriiformes, una Pelecaniformes).
Prey Ocelot Bobcat (n = 61) (n = 20) Mammals Insectivora Cryptotis parva X Notiosorex crawfordi X X Lagomorpha Lepus californicus X X Sylvilagus Jloridanus X X Rodentia Chaetodipus hispidus X Geomys personatus X Liomys irroratus X X Neotoma micropus X X Onychomys leucogaster X Perognath us merriami X Peromyscus leucopus X X Reithrodontomys fulvescens X Sigmodon hispidus X X Artiodactyla Odocoikus virginianus X X Birds Cuculiformes Geococcyx californianus X Passeriformes Cyanocorax yucas X Icteria virens X Mirnus polyglottos X Passer X Sialia currucoides X Reptiles Squamata Sceloporus X
Species do differ, however, in terms of potential contact to poultry, especially birds considered to be peridomestic species of the Columbiformes, Cuculiformes, and Passeriformes orders, which are commonly associated with poultry environments.
Se han reportado infecciones en Anseriformes, Columbiformes, Psittaciformes, Passeriformes, Falconiformes, Cuculiformes, Strigiformes, Sphenisciformes, Gruiformes, Piciformes, Phasianidae, Struthioniformes y Pelicaniformes (Ritchie y Carter, 1995); sin embargo, el curso clinico de la enfermedad varia ampliamente entre ellas (Brugh y Beard, 1983; Fowler, 1993; Gerlach, 1994).