Definition of Family alcedinidae

1. Noun. Kingfishers.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Family Alcedinidae

family Actinomycetaceae
family Adelgidae
family Adiantaceae
family Aegypiidae
family Aepyornidae
family Agamidae
family Agaricaceae
family Agavaceae
family Agonidae
family Ailuropodidae
family Aizoaceae
family Akeridae
family Alaudidae
family Albuginaceae
family Albulidae
family Alcedinidae
family Alcidae
family Aleyrodidae
family Alismataceae
family Alliaceae
family Alligatoridae
family Allioniaceae
family Aloeaceae
family Alopiidae
family Alstroemeriaceae
family Amaranthaceae
family Amaryllidaceae
family Ambrosiaceae
family Ambystomatidae
family Ameiuridae

Literary usage of Family alcedinidae

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Second Book of Birds: Bird Families by Olive Thorne Miller, Harriet (Mann) Miller (1901)
"... XXX THE KINGFISHER FAMILY (Alcedinidae) * MOST of the Kingfisher family belong to the topics, but we have one who is found all over the United States. ..."

2. Geology of New Jersey by New Jersey Geological Survey, George Hammell Cook (1868)
"Semi- nocturnal. Their food consists exclusively of insects. Strictly inoffensive. family alcedinidae. " King-fishers." Genus CERYLE. ..."

3. Bulletin of the Essex Institute by Essex Institute (1876)
"... quite common in a dense swampy thicket in Northern Indiana, where they had probably nested. family alcedinidae. Genus Ceryle Boie. 147. C. alcyon Boie. ..."

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