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  • proper n. A taxonomic genus within the family Thamnophilidae.

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Examples

  • Among these are the harpy eagle Harpia harpiya, whitefaced antcatcher Pithys albifrons and blackfaced antcreeper Myrmoborus myotherinus.

    Jaú National Park, Brazil

  • Among these are the harpy eagle Harpia harpiya, whitefaced antcatcher Pithys albifrons andblackfaced antcreeper Myrmoborus myotherinus.

    Central Amazonian Conservation Complex, Brazil

  • Some ant followers are versatile enough to find food by various methods, but others such as the white-plumed antbird, Pithys albifrons, and the rufous-throated antbird, Gymnopithys rufigula are specialists, depending utterly on the armies they follow.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • At Erythrae, Homer fortunately met with a person who had known him in Phocoea, by whose assistance he at length, after some difficulty, reached the little hamlet of Pithys.

    The Iliad of Homer

  • At Erythrae, Homer fortunately met with a person who had known him in Phocaea, by whose assistance he at length, after some difficulty, reached the little hamlet of Pithys.

    The Odyssey of Homer

  • Phocoea, by whose assistance he at length, after some difficulty, reached the little hamlet of Pithys.

    The Iliad

  • Phocaea, by whose assistance he at length, after some difficulty, reached the little hamlet of Pithys.

    The Odyssey

  • “Having set out from Pithys, Homer went on, attracted by the cries of some goats that were pasturing.

    The Odyssey of Homer

  • 59 6 White-fronted Ant-bird; _Pithys albifrons_ (Linné) 60 16 Army Ants; _Eciton burchelli_ Westwood

    Edge of the Jungle

  • "Having set out from Pithys, Homer went on, attracted by the cries of some goats that were pasturing.

    The Iliad

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