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Noun1.Accipitridae - hawksAccipitridae - hawks; Old World vultures; kites; harriers; eagles
bird family - a family of warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrates characterized by feathers and forelimbs modified as wings
Falconiformes, order Falconiformes - chiefly diurnal carnivorous birds having hooked beaks and long talons with opposable hind toe: falcons; hawks; eagles; ospreys; caracaras; vultures
hawk - diurnal bird of prey typically having short rounded wings and a long tail
Accipiter, genus Accipiter - type genus of the family Accipitridae
Buteo, genus Buteo - broad-winged soaring hawks
genus Pernis, Pernis - a common European bird of prey; dull brown with white-streaked underparts
kite - any of several small graceful hawks of the family Accipitridae having long pointed wings and feeding on insects and small animals
genus-Milvus, Milvus - a genus including the common European kits
Elanoides, genus Elanoides - a genus of kites
Elanus, genus Elanus - a genus of small kites of both Old and New Worlds
genus Circus, Circus - a genus of haws comprising the harriers
Circaetus, genus Circaetus - harrier eagles
bird of Jove, eagle - any of various large keen-sighted diurnal birds of prey noted for their broad wings and strong soaring flight
genus Harpia, Harpia - a genus of Accipitridae
genus Aquila, Aquila - a genus of Accipitridae
genus Haliaeetus, Haliaeetus - a genus of Accipitridae
Old World vulture - any of several large vultures of Africa and Eurasia
genus Gyps - a genus of Accipitridae
genus Gypaetus, Gypaetus - in some classifications the type genus of the family Aegypiidae
genus Neophron, Neophron - a genus of Accipitridae
Aegypius, genus Aegypius - a genus of Accipitridae
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The family with the highest species richness was Muscicapidae (13 species), followed by Fringillidae (seven species), Sylviidae (six species), Accipitridae (five species) and Alaudidae (four species).
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In 1993, one Buteogallus anthracinus (Deppe, 1830; Falconiformes: Accipitridae) was caught using Japanese nets from El Paujil, Cajigal Municipality, Sucre State, Venezuela.
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.