Phasianidae


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Noun1.Phasianidae - pheasants; quails; partridges
bird family - a family of warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrates characterized by feathers and forelimbs modified as wings
Galliformes, order Galliformes - pheasants; turkeys; grouse; partridges; quails; chickens; brush turkeys; curassows; hoatzins
genus Gallus, Gallus - common domestic birds and related forms
phasianid - a kind of game bird in the family Phasianidae
genus Phasianus, Phasianus - type genus of the Phasianidae: the typical pheasants
genus Afropavo - Congo peafowl
Argusianus, genus Argusianus - argus pheasants
Chrysolophus, genus Chrysolophus - golden pheasants
Colinus, genus Colinus - New World quail: the bobwhites
Coturnix, genus Coturnix - Old World quail
genus Odontophorus, Odontophorus - genus of Central and South American crested partridges resembling quails; sometimes placed in a distinct subfamily or isolated in a distinct family
genus Pavo, Pavo - peafowl
genus Lofortyx, Lofortyx - California quail
genus Tragopan - a genus of Phasianidae
Numididae, Numidinae, subfamily Numididae, subfamily Numidinae - guinea fowl and related birds of Africa and Madagascar
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En comunidades mayas de Campeche, Mexico, se reportan 23 familias y Tinamidae, Anatidae, Phasianidae y Columbidae son las mas frecuentes (Retana et al.
Grey francolin (Francolinus pondicerianus), is a medium-sized game bird of Family Phasianidae and is found in open, dry and arid parts of the Asia (IUCN, 2013; Roberts, 1991): Pakistan, south-eastern Iran, India, Bangladesh, and northern Sri Lanka.
Quail belong to the Galliformes order and the Phasianidae family, as do partridges, peacocks, and domesticated fowl, chickens, for instance.
Desi chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus) is a common domestic fowl, belonging to the Phasianidae family (Perrins and Buffalo, 2003).
En cuanto a las aves, el tercer grupo con incidencia en los atropellos, la mayor parte de los registros se concentraron en las familias Phasianidae, Thraupidae (Figura 2c) y Cathartidae con un porcentaje de atropellos de 17,2%, 10,7% y 10,2% respectivamente; se identificaron 19 especies, de las cuales Gallus gallus, Coragyps atratus y Thraupis episcopus fueron las mas afectadas (Tabla 1).
flying squirrel (Glaucomys salmnus) 1 Unknown Sciuridae 5 Muridae 1 1% 8 9% Erethizontidae 1 1% Porcupine (Erithizon dorsatum) 1 Unknown Rodentia 4 5% Leporidae 2 3% Snowshoe hare (Lepus americanus) 2 Ochotonidae 2 3% 2 2% Pika (Ochotona princeps) 2 2 Phasianidae 3 4% Corvidae 1 1% 1 1% Canidae Mustelidae 1 1% Summer Fobs (n = 24) Scat (n = 10) Family/Species No.
Asterisks at the bottom of sequence indicate sequence identity while the highlighted nucleotides are the variation among the two species for the identification of various avian species of Phasianidae Anatidae Gruidae Scolopacidae Accipitridae Falconidae Struthionidae and Psittacidae families (Boonseub et al.
The three species in Phasianidae are Pavo cristatus (Blue Peafowl), Pavo muticus (Green Peafowl) and Afropavo congensis (Congo Peafowl).
Algunos naturalistas consideraban necesario crear una nueva familia en el Reino Animal denominada Menuridae que alojara a esta especie tan distinta de las ya conocidas, mientras que otros consideraban que pertenecia a familias tradicionales como la Phasianidae por el parecido de la cola en forma de lira con las hermosas colas del pavo real y el faisan, otros zoologos suponian que la Menura superba pertenecia a la familia Paradisaeidae conformada por las elegantes aves del paraiso, pues Nueva Guinea y Nueva Holanda eran islas cercanas.
Phasianidae Ptilopachus petroosus Stone partridge Francolinus Clapperton's clappertoni francolin 27.
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).