from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A genus of hawks of the family Falconidæ and subfamily Accipitrinæ, established by G. R. Gray in 1841, having the tarsus reticulated behind and the nostrils circular with a centric tubercle. It is peculiar to America, the species ranging from southern Mexico to Bolivia and Peru.


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