Threskiornithidae


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Synonyms for Threskiornithidae

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Avian tuberculosis in naturally infected captive water birds of the Ardeideae and Threskiornithidae families studied by serotyping, IS901 RFLP typing, and virulence for poultry.
La estructura de la vegetacion es de vital importancia para muchas especies de aves que nidifican en humedales palustres, tal es el caso de los cuervos del pantano (Threskiornithidae), garzas (Ardeidae), zambullidores (Podicipedidae), patos (Anatidae) y gaviotas (Laridae).
Habitat categories (very generalized): A, aquatic; T, terrestrial (non-aquatic) Current FAMILY Number status in Species of fossils Sonora PODICIPEDIDAE Podilyrnbus podiceps 1 M, R, W (Pied-billed Grebe) Podiceps nigricollis (Eared 2 M, W Grebe) PELECANIDAE Pelecanus erylhrorhynchus (White 1 M, R?, W Pelican) PHALACROCORACIDAE Phalaoocorax auritus (Double- 1 M, R, W crested Cormorant) ARDEIDAE Ardea herodias (Great Blue 4 M, R, W Heron) Ardea alba (Great Egret) 1 M, R, W THRESKIORNITHIDAE Plegadis cf.
tricolor (Muller), tricolored heron I R Ixobrychus exilis (Gmelin), least bittern I R Nyctanassa violacea (Linnaeus), S R yellow-crowned night-heron Nycticorax nycticorax (Linnaeus), I R black-crowned night-heron Family Threskiornithidae (ibises) Eudocimus albus (Linnaeus), white ibis S R Plegadis chihi (Vieillot), white-faced ibis I R P.
Ibises and spoonbills (Threskiornithidae) and herons and egrets (Ardeidea) are also sometimes found on beaches, while cormorants (Phalacrocoracidae) prefer to feed at sea where the waves break, rather than on the beach.
Furthermore, some families that occur at lowland sites in South America are very rare and local in lowland forest, or are restricted to middle and higher elevation locations, in Panama and southern Central America; (e.g., Threskiornithidae (ibises), Capitonidae (barbets), and Rhinocryptidae (tapaculos); Ridgely and Gwynne 1989) and, consequently, are not represented at Limbo.
The DNADNA hybridization tree is rooted with two outgroup taxa: Cathartes aura (Turkey Vulture), representing the family Cathartidae, the New World vultures, and Plegadis falcinellus (Glossy Ibis), representing the family Threskiornithidae, the ibises and spoonbills.