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Synonyms for Apodiformes

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Of these 57% species belong to order Passeriformes, 7% to Anseriformes, 6% each to Charadriiformes and Accipitriformes, 5% to Columbiformes, 4% each to Galliformes and Falconiformes,3% each to Coraciiformes and Ciconiiformes, 2% to Gruiformes and 1% each to Apodiformes, Caprimulgiformes, Piciformes, Suliformes and Strigiformes.
ese mismo comportamiento fisiologico lo han analizado Heller (1989) y French (1993) para algunas especies de los ordenes Procellariiformes, Columbiformes, Coliiformes, Caprimulgiformes, Apodiformes y Trochiliformes, en otras latitudes.
Ciconiiformes 3% Falconiformes 8% Columbiformes 8% Cuculiformes 3% Caprimulgiformes 3% Apodiformes 3% Trogoniformes 3% Coraciiformes 3% Piciformes 8% Passeriformes 58% Nota: Tabla derivada de grafico segmentado.
vociferus Wilson, whip-poor- I C will Chordeiles minor (Forster), I O common nighthawk Order Apodiformes (swifts and hummingbirds) Family Apodidae (swifts) Chaetura pelagica (Linnaeus), I A chimney swift Family Trochilidae (hummingbords) Archilochus colubris (Linnaeus), I C ruby-throated hummingbird Selasphorus rufus (Gmelin), I R rufous hummingbird Order Coraciiformes (todies, motmots, and kingfishers) Family Alcedinidae (kingfishers) Ceryle alcyon (Linnaeus), belted I O kingfisher Order Piciformes (woodpeckers and allies) Family Picidae (woodpeckers) Colaptes auratus (Linnaeus), I C northern flicker Dryocopus pileatus (Linnaeus), I O pileated woodpecker Melanerpes carolinus (Linnaeus), I C red-bellied woodspecker M.
Later, when scanning the literature, I discovered that early naturalists had harbored the same mistaken notion, and some had placed the bird in the order Apodiformes, which means "without feet.
This condition is observed in the masters of aerial fliers, the hummingbirds and swifts, for which the ordinal name, Apodiformes, reflects the conspicuous reduction of their hind limb module.
A systematic study of the main arteries in the region of the heart-aves XIX: Apodiformes, Part 1.