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  • Charadrius montanus
  • Phalcoboenus megalopterus
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Swallow shrike

  • Subfamily Cracticinae
  • Mountain Peltops Peltops montanus
  • Genus Peltops Peltops
  • Forest Peltops Peltops blainvillii
  • Gray-backed flute bird Cracticus torquatus
  • Black-headed flute bird Cracticus cassicus
  • Genus Flute birds Cracticus
  • Black flute bird Cracticus quoyi
  • Whistler crow Cracticus tibicen
  • Black-backed flute bird Cracticus mentalis
  • Magpie flute bird Cracticus nigrogularis
  • Gray flute bird Cracticus louisiadensis
  • Genus Crow-flutists Strepera
  • Hooded Crow Flutist Strepera versicolor
  • Black Crow Flutist Strepera fuliginosa
  • Motley Crow Flutist Strepera graculina
  • White-backed artam Artamus monachus
  • Artama genus Artamus
  • White-browed artam Artamus superciliosus
  • Subfamily Artaminae
  • Bismarck artham Artamus insignis
  • Gray artam Artamus fuscus
  • Great artam Artamus maximus
  • Masked artam Artamus personatus
  • Small artam Artamus minor
  • Black-faced artam Artamus cinereus
  • Twilight Artam Artamus cyanopterus
  • White-bellied artam Artamus leucorynchus
  • it belonged to the families of shrike, forest shrike, flute birds, swallow shrike and even corvids. International Union of Ornithologists
  • Passeriformes Family: Honey-sucking Order: Passeriformes Family: Swallow Shrikes Order: Passerines Family: Flute birds Order:
  • Artams lat. Artamus is a genus of birds from the Artama swallow shrike family, distributed on the continent of Australia and Oceania. Gray artam Artamus fuscus
  • versicolor - a species of birds from the genus of crows - flutists Strepera of the swallow shrike family Artamidae Distributed along the southern part of Australia and in Tasmania
  • the families Corvidae Corvidae and Artamidae Swallow Shrike are included among others. In 1914, John Leach Eng. John Albert Leach Comparing Muscle
  • Tasmanians, like the black jay - a large passerine bird from the swallow shrike family, endemic to Tasmania and the nearby islands of the Bass Strait. One
  • northeastern Africa, leading a sedentary lifestyle, all other red-headed shrikes are typical migratory birds. Wintering sites are located in Africa in between
  • webbiana A Japanese shrike Lanius bucephalus Siberian shrike, Lanius cristatus Gray shrike Lanius excubitor Long-tailed shrike Lanius schach
  • Honeyfed Gray-backed flute bird, Cracticus nigrogularis Swallow Shrike Grallina cyanoleuca Monarchs Australian Raven Corvids
  • Siberian shrike, Lanius cristatus Order: Passeriformes Family: Swallow shrike White-bellied artam, Artamus leucorynchus Order: Passeriformes
  • Family: Swallow shrike
  • Passeriformes Family: White-eyed Order: Passeriformes Family: Swallow Shrikes Order: Passerines Family: Starlings Order:
  • Family: Swallow shrike
  • Family: Swallow shrike
  • Public singers. They feed on insects. This includes only the swallow family Hirundinidae Cnemophilidae.Russian scientists have found an additional
  • drongo Artamus leucorynchus - white-bellied swallow shrike Pityriasis gymnocephala - bristled shrike Platylophus galericulatus - crested Malay
  • Dicrurus hottentottus Paradise drongo Dicrurus paradiseus Ashy swallow shrike Artamus fuscus Common jay Garrulus glandarius Yellow-billed shrike
  • Red-headed shrike Lanius senator Yellow-billed shrike Corvinella corvina Order: Passeriformes Family: Shrub shrike Shrike brubru
  • closely related, were assigned to the infraorder Passerida, and the swallow shrike to Corvida. Analysis by Charles Sibley and John Alquist
  • shrike, Lanius senator Order: Passerines Family: Shrub shrikes Rhodophoneus cruentus, Rhodophoneus cruentus Order: Passerines
  • Manakinidae Pipridae Suborder Songbirds Passeri Corvida Swallow Shrike Artamidae Flute birds Cracticinae Shrub birds Atrichornithidae
  • collurio Gray shrike Lanius excubitor Black-fronted shrike Lanius minor Masked shrike Lanius nubicus Red-headed shrike Lanius senator
  • Black-fronted Shrike - Lanius minor Gray Shrike - Lanius excubitor Desert Shrike - Lanius meridionalis Red-headed Shrike - Lanius senator
  • collurio Gray shrike Lanius excubitor Black-fronted shrike Lanius minor Masked shrike Lanius nubicus Red-headed shrike Lanius senator
  • shrike Lanius collurio Gray shrike Lanius excubitor Black-fronted shrike Lanius minor Red-headed shrike Lanius senator Kuksha Perisoreus
  • Shrike - Lanius collurio Black-fronted shrike - Lanius minor Masked shrike - Lanius nubicus Red-headed shrike - Lanius senator Red-tailed shrike
  • oriole - Oriolus oriolus Great Shrike - Lanius excubitor Desert Shrike - Lanius meridionalis Black-fronted Shrike - Lanius minor Common Shrike
  • long-tailed shrike Lanius minor - black-fronted shrike Lanius excubitor - gray shrike Lanius meridionalis - desert shrike Oriolus kundoo
  • shrike Lanius collurio Gray shrike Lanius excubitor Black-fronted shrike Lanius minor Red-headed shrike Lanius senator Kuksha Perisoreus
  • long-tailed shrike Lanius minor - black-fronted shrike Lanius excubitor - gray shrike Lanius pallidirostris - desert shrike Oriolus oriolus

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Russian. placed birds in the family of swallow shrikes, having previously studied their muscles. In 1985 Birdwatchers Charles Next Sign in Settings Privacy Terms. Swallow shrikes - 6 photos on VKontakte. Common shrike Lanius excubitor Description Field characters Large shrike the size of a thrush, gray on. Swallow parrot Abstract Study materials. Swallow shrike Artamidae. Flute birds Cracticinae. Shrub birds Atrichornithidae New Zealand starlings.

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The feature is also inherent in the swallow shrike Artamidae. were assigned to the infraorder Passerida, and the swallow shrikes were attributed to the swallow shrike Birds. The Swallow Shrike is one of the few passerine species capable of soaring. White-bellied swallow shrike Artamus leucorynchus. Modern classification of birds BirdsGuide. Swallow shrikes, wood swallows Artamidae are a family of passerines. 6 photos Comments on the album VKontakte © 2006 –2020.

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Alphabetical list of birds Systematic index Birds of Nizhny Novgorod Birds on rafting. Families of passerines: Swallow. Ecology and problems of ecology Ecology. Individuals, populations, etc. Russian. placed birds in the family of swallow shrikes, having previously studied their muscles. In 1985 birdwatchers Charles. Swallow Birds of our Motherland. Artamidae swallow shrike 311 Prionopidae wood shrike. 315. Family 55. Cyclarhidae pepper shrikes. 316.

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Distribution and habitat

Both species occupy rainforest on New Guinea, but are separated by altitude. The lowland peltops ranges across the island from sea level to 600 m (2,000 ft), whereas the mountain peltops ranges from 600 to 3,000 m (2,000–9,800 ft). Within the forest they are particularly common at forest openings and edges, tree falls, river edges, and other disturbed areas including human modified openings like roads and gardens. In undisturbed virgin forest they may use massive trees emerging from and above the canopy.

Description

Peltops are smaller than the butcherbirds, and have a less massive (but still large) bill than them. The mountain peltops is the larger species, at 20 cm (7.9 in), whereas the lowland peltops is slightly smaller at 18 to 19 cm (7.1–7.5 in). The hooked bill is the same size in both species, making it proportionally larger in the lowland peltops.

Species

Peltops contains the following species:

  • Lowland peltops (Peltops blainvillii)
  • Mountain peltops (Peltops montanus)

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