Sturnidae

[n] - Old World starlings
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Sturnidae

family Sturnidae noun Old World starlings
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Sturnidae

songbird family, order Passeriformes, consisting of the starlings, mynas, and oxpeckers, about 107 species of jaunty, aggressive birds distributed ...
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Sturnidae

Sturnidae is the starling family of Conirostral birds. They are characterized by a nearly straight beak which is short at the base and diminishes regularly to a sharp point, which is not distinctly notched. The ridge of the upper mandible ascends the forehead, dividing the plumage of that part. The members are generally about the size of Passerine
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