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Related to Emberizidae: Parulidae, Icteridae
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Noun1.Emberizidae - buntings and some New World sparrows
bird family - a family of warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrates characterized by feathers and forelimbs modified as wings
family Fringillidae, Fringillidae - finches: goldfinches; bullfinches; chaffinches; siskins; canaries; cardinals; grosbeaks; crossbills; linnets; buntings
genus Passerina, Passerina - a genus of small North American finches including the New World buntings
Emberiza, genus Emberiza - Old World buntings
References in periodicals archive ?
Three new species of Isospora Schneider, 1881 (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from the double-collared seed eater, Sporophila caerulescens (Passeriformes: Emberizidae), from Eastern Brazil, Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, v.100, p.151-154, 2005.
Analysis of plumage, morphology, and voice reveals species-level differences between two subspecies of Prevost's Ground-sparrow Melozone biarcuata (Prevost and Des Murs) (Aves: Emberizidae).
La familia mas abundante en el presente estudio fue Emberizidae con 113 individuos, seguido de Corvidae y Parulidae con 95 y 86 individuos, respectivamente.
First documented record for the Rufous Collared Sparrow Zonotrichia capensis (Aves: Emberizidae) in the Peruvian Amazon
A new species of brush finch (Emberizidae: Atlapetes) from the northern Central Andes of Colombia.
The most commonly detected species was the western meadowlark Sturnella neglecta (n = 56 detections), while the Emberizidae (sparrows) family was the most commonly detected family (n = 106).
In Mexico it has been reported from the state of Oaxaca (Sierra Madre del Sur, Rio Molina, ex Cypseloides rutilus (=Streptoprocne rutila (Vieillot, 1817)) (Apodiformes: Apodidae) [Maa, 1969a]); from Chiapas, localities of Santa Rosa and San Cristobal de las Casas, ex Junco phaeonotus fulvescens (Wagler, 1831) (Passeriformes: Emberizidae), Piranga leucoptera leucoptera (Trudeau, 1839) (Passeriformes: Cardinalidae), and Momotus momota lessonii Lesson, 1842 (Coraciiformes: Momotidae); and in Veracruz, locality of Orizaba, but without mention of the host (Lopez Campos, 1988).
1998: Geographic analysis of nucleotide diversity and song sparrow (Aves: Emberizidae) population history.