- n. Plural form of honeyeater.
“The blue-faced honeyeaters and the miner birds are quarreling outside my window; my brown tabby's sleeping oblivious on the carport roof.”
“The diversity of honeyeaters is high: 25 species have been recorded from the nominated area.”
“Birds, particularly hummingbirds, honeyeaters and sunbirds also accomplish much pollination, especially of deep-throated flowers.”
“In '' 'Zoophily' '', pollination is done by vertebrates such as birds and bats, particularly, hummingbirds, sunbirds, spiderhunters, honeyeaters, and fruit Bats.”
“The kwongan vegetation contains a wide range of nectar-feeding animals, including insects, honeyeaters (Meliphagidae), honey possums (Tarsipes rostratus), and pygmy possums (Cercartetus concinnus).”
“The cockatoos, honeyeaters, scrub wrens and kangaroos come in to drink at the pond just outside out room...”
“Given the abundance of nectar-producing plants, it is not surprising that among birds honeyeaters (Meliphagidae) are highly speciated, particularly Lichenostomus and Meliphaga spp.”
“Despite this, the ecoregion still contains several large tracts of native vegetation, with notable diversity seen among lizards, ants, and honeyeaters (Meliphagidae).”
“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.”
“Hawaiian moist forest is the main habitat for other forest birds including the Hawaiian hawk, Hawaiian crow, Hawaiian honeyeaters (now extinct), and Hawaiian thrushes.”
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