How to Pronounce Turdiformes?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Turdiformes" is [tˈɜːdɪfˌɔːmz], [tˈɜːdɪfˌɔːmz], [t_ˈɜː_d_ɪ_f_ˌɔː_m_z].

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"Turdiformes" in context

Turdiformes is the order of passerine birds, sharing the common name thrushes. Thrushes are medium-sized birds that are found all over the world, from high mountains to low wetlands. They generally have short rounded wings, moderate-length tails and strong legs. The group includes about 190 species, belonging to the genera Turdus, Monticola, Hylocichla, Copsychus and Myophonus.

Thrushes feed mainly on insects, but also eat a variety of other invertebrates, fruits and berries. Their diet can depend greatly on their local habitat.


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