Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of honeyeater.

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Examples

  • The blue-faced honeyeaters and the miner birds are quarreling outside my window; my brown tabby's sleeping oblivious on the carport roof.

    Dorkiest thing on two wheels

  • The diversity of honeyeaters is high: 25 species have been recorded from the nominated area.

    Greater Blue Mountains Area, Australia

  • Birds, particularly hummingbirds, honeyeaters and sunbirds also accomplish much pollination, especially of deep-throated flowers.

    Pollinator

  • In '' 'Zoophily' '', pollination is done by vertebrates such as birds and bats, particularly, hummingbirds, sunbirds, spiderhunters, honeyeaters, and fruit Bats.

    Pollination

  • The kwongan vegetation contains a wide range of nectar-feeding animals, including insects, honeyeaters (Meliphagidae), honey possums (Tarsipes rostratus), and pygmy possums (Cercartetus concinnus).

    Southwest Australia woodlands

  • The cockatoos, honeyeaters, scrub wrens and kangaroos come in to drink at the pond just outside out room...

    Hello from Eyre Bird Observatory

  • Given the abundance of nectar-producing plants, it is not surprising that among birds honeyeaters (Meliphagidae) are highly speciated, particularly Lichenostomus and Meliphaga spp.

    Murray-Darling woodlands and mallee

  • Despite this, the ecoregion still contains several large tracts of native vegetation, with notable diversity seen among lizards, ants, and honeyeaters (Meliphagidae).

    Murray-Darling woodlands and mallee

  • Endangered species include Regent honeyeaters, bush stone-curlew, squatter pigeon, superb parrot, swift parrot, turquoise parrot, gray-crown babbler, painted honey-eater and black-throated finch.

    ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES FOR ENGINEERING UNDERGRADUATES

  • Hawaiian moist forest is the main habitat for other forest birds including the Hawaiian hawk, Hawaiian crow, Hawaiian honeyeaters (now extinct), and Hawaiian thrushes.

    Hawaii tropical moist forests

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