Tytonidae


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Noun1.Tytonidae - comprising only the barn owlsTytonidae - comprising only the barn owls  
bird family - a family of warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrates characterized by feathers and forelimbs modified as wings
genus Tyto, Tyto - type and only genus of the family Tytonidae
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The families Ardeidae (N = 606, S = 6), Thraupidae (N = 424, S = 20) and Tyrannidae (N = 287, S = 28) were the families with the largest number of individuals, while families such as Anatidae, Caprimulgidae, Podicipedidae and Tytonidae only registered one species with one individual.
Owls, the apex predators, belong to two bird families, namely Strigidae and Tytonidae; family Strigidae is represented by 19 species while Tytonidae by a single species in Pakistan (Roberts, 1991).
A number of species of owls (Tytonidae, Strigidae) frequent the NCI today and likely did in the past (Collins and Jones 2015).
Response to conspecific playback calls, distribution and habitat of Tyto alba Aves: Tytonidae on La Gomera, Canary Islands.--Rev.
(Analgoidea, Xolalgidae) from the barn owl Tyto alba (Strigiformes, Tytonidae): compiling morphology with DNA barcode data for taxon descriptions in mites (Acari).
2014: Unusual foraging patterns of the barn owl, Tyto alba (Strigiformes: Tytonidae), on small islets from the Pityusic archipelago (Western Mediterranean Sea).
Entre las aves residentes, las familias Ardeidae, Tyrannidae, Icteridae, Emberizidae y Rallidae tuvieron el mayor numero de representantes, mientras que las familias Cathartidae, Falconidae, Furnariidae, Jacanidae, Mimidae, Picidae, Podicipedidae, Psittacidae, Threskiornithidae y Tytonidae registraron solo un representante.
Alimentacion de Tyto alba (Aves: Tytonidae) en localidades costeras de la provincia del Chubut (Republica Argentina).
Estudios Ecologicos Apartado Calderon-F., La dieta de la lechuza comun Tyto alba (Tytonidae) en una localidad urbana de Uraba, Colombia, Boletin SAO, vol.
No obstante, varias especies de rapaces son conocidas por ser susceptibles al virus de la ENC, entre las que se mencionan a las familias Falconidae, Accipitridae, Aegypiinae, Cathartidae, Tytonidae y Strigidae de America, Asia y Europa (5-7).