Coraciiformes


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For all intents and purposes, the Coraciiformes are tropical birds.
Key words: body temperature; Coraciiformes; energetics; heterothermy; hypothermia; metabolic rate; Puerto Rican Tody; thermoregulation; Todus mexicanus; torpor.
Upupidae (2 spp.), Coraciidae (1 sp.), Halcyonidae (1sp.), Alcedinidae (1 sp.), Meropidae (2 spp.), Cuculidae (2 spp.) belonged to order Coraciiformes. Stigiformes included Strigidae (5 spp.), Columbidae contained 5 species that belonged to columbiformes.
The hornbills, members of the family Bucerotidae, have a bill comparable with the toucan's in size and shape but the birds are not related: while the toucans belong to the order of the Piciformes the hornbills are members of the Coraciiformes (like the kingfishers and bee-eaters).
Complete mitochondrial genome of blue-throated bee-eater Merops viridis (Coraciiformes: Meropidae) with its taxonomic consideration[J].
It is found on birds of order Coraciiformes, Passeriformes and Piciformes; with maximum number of species on passerine birds (Kellogg and Chapman 1902; Keler1936; Tendeiro and Mendes 1994; Price et al.
Currently, Coraciiformes have no apparent trends regarding neoplastic disease.
Although birds may present with a variety of vascular conditions, atherosclerosis is the most common vascular disease encountered in birds from various orders (ie, Psittaciformes, Accipitriformes, Falconiformes, Coraciiformes, Bucerotiformes, Struthioniformes, Galliformes, and Columbiformes).
(D.) nasuta presenta una distribucion cosmopolita, asi como una lista amplia de hospedadores definitivos que incluyen aves de las ordenes Galliformes, Gruiformes, Charadriiformes, Columbiformes, Psittacioformes, Cuculiformes, Coraciiformes, Piciformes y Passeriformes (Carreno 2008).
(3) This form of mycobacteriosis is most commonly seen in Passeriformes, Coraciiformes, and Psittaciformes.
In the present study out of 12 orders, maximum number of bird species (37; 52%) belonging to 21 families were of Passeriformes followed by eight (11.27%) species of Coraciiformes and six (8.45%) species of Columbiformes.
The percentage of relative abundance of all the species shows that Passeriformes (83.73%) is the dominant order in the study area followed by Columbiformes (3.40%), Cuculiformes (2.1%), Apodiformes (1.79%), Psittaciformes (1.7%), Coraciiformes (1.32%), Piciformes (0.76%), Upupiformes (0.31%), Ciconiiformes (0.24%) Strigiformes (0.12%) and Galliformes (0.10%).
Blue-throated Bee-eater Merops viridis (Coraciiformes: Meropidae) is a bird species of family Meropidae with a very large distribution.