Definition of Dendrocolaptidae

1. Noun. Woodhewers or woodcreepers.




Lexicographical Neighbors of Dendrocolaptidae

Dena'ina
Dena'inas
Denali
Denali Fault
Denali National Park
Denbighshire
Dench
Dendranthema
Dendranthema grandifloruom
Dendraspis
Dendroaspis
Dendroaspis augusticeps
Dendrocalamus
Dendrocalamus giganteus
Dendrocolaptes
Dendrocolaptidae (current term)
Dendroctonus
Dendroctonus rufipennis
Dendroica
Dendroica auduboni
Dendroica coronata
Dendroica fusca
Dendroica petechia
Dendroica striate
Dendroica tigrina
Dendrolagus
Dendromecon
Dene
Dene-Yeniseian
Deneb

Literary usage of Dendrocolaptidae

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

1. Bulletin by United States National Museum (1911)
"... Dendrocolaptidae).—NEWTON, Diet. Birds, pt. iv,, 985. <. ... part+Furnariidae+Dendrocolaptidae). ..."

2. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1877)
"... whole families of birds — as the Dendrocolaptidae — are brown ; while among butterflies the numerous species of Lycaena are all more or less blue, ..."

3. The Auk: Quarterly Journal of Ornithology by American Ornithologists' Union, Nuttall Ornithological Club (1920)
"This is one of the commonest Tree- Creepers (Dendrocolaptidae) over the wooded uplands of Costa Rica. The individuals of the species that came under ..."

4. The Journal of the Linnean Society by Linnean Society of London (1857)
"... Dendrocolaptidae. With regard to the genera of Passeres, common to the two worlds, when we have excepted the truly cosmopolitan forms Turdus, Hirundo, ..."

5. The Cambridge Natural History by Sidney Frederic Harmer, Arthur Everett Shipley (1899)
"... and have loud voices owing to their tracheal syrinx (p. 22). Fam. IX. Dendrocolaptidae.—This group, with over 200 species, occupies the Neotropical ..."

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