- Parus + -idae (Wiktionary)
“Tommy: yup, I specifically mentioned Pseudopodoces because of its incredible convergent similarity with corvids (whereas it now seems to actually be deeply nested within Paridae, as you note).”
“A similar process of radiation has occurred in many birds, such as the blue tit Parus caeruleus (Paridae) that has evolved into three different subspecies: P.c. teneriffae in Gran Canaria, Tenerife and La Gomera, P.c. ombriosus in El Hierro and P.c. palmensis in La Palma.”
“Conspicuous species include redstarts (Phoenicurus spp.), finches, buntings (Caprodacus and Emberiza spp.), serins, and tits (Paridae).”
“Pseudopodoces humilis, a misclassified terrestrial tit (Paridae) of the Tibetan Plateau: evolutionary consequences of shifting adaptive zones.”
“Any of numerous small insect-eating passerine birds of the family Paridae, found in woodland areas throughout the world and including especially members of the genus Parus, such as the chickadee.”
“[Footnote: There are but two birds belonging to the Paridae (Titmice), which are claimed as being peculiar to Britain; and these merely on the ground of being climatic varieties -- hardly sufficient to warrant the founding of new "species."]”
Practical Taxidermy A manual of instruction to the amateur in collecting, preserving, and setting up natural history specimens of all kinds. To which is added a chapter upon the pictorial arrangement of museums. With additional instructions in modelling and artistic taxidermy.
“Family Common Name Species Paridae White-naped tit Parus nuchalis”
“But sometimes even he does not escape: "any one of the small birds belonging to the family Paridae, allied to the nuthatch.”
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