family Fringillidae


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Synonyms for family Fringillidae

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In previous research conducted by Glenny on birds belonging to the family Fringillidae (1942b), order Coliiformes (mousebirds) (1944) and genus Parus (tits) (1945b), it was determined that these species were unicarotid and possessed a permanent left carotid artery.
Glenny (1953b) reported that, while two sternoclavicular arteries stemmed from the subclavian artery in the family Trochilidae (humming birds), no sternoclavicular artery existed in the family Fringillidae (finches) (Glenny, 1942b).
Furthermore, the coracoid major artery has been reported to originate from the subclavian artery in the orders Coliiformes (Glenny, 1944), Columbiformes (pigeons and doves) (Glenny, 1946) and Trogoniformes (Glenny, 1948b), as well as in the family Fringillidae (Glenny, 1942b).
The intercostal artery has been reported to arise from the subclavian artery in the family Fringillidae (Glenny, 1942b), in the Ara-ararauna (blue and gold macaw) (Glenny, 1951), in the American bittern by Glenny (1940) and in the Grus americana (whooping crane) by Fisher (1955).