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  • proper noun A taxonomic family within the order Passeriformes — the tanagers and allies.


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Thraupis +‎ -idae


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  • Three of the more important families are the Tyrannidae (23 species,13%), Formicariidae (22 species, 12,5%) and Thraupidae (13 species, 7.3%). 72% were observed in terra-firme environments, 15% on islands and 13% in both.

    Central Amazonian Conservation Complex, Brazil 2008

  • The region is a place of arrival of many migratory birds, especially Thraupidae, Parulidae and Accipitridae.

    Magdalena Valley dry forests 2007


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