Anserinae

The Anserinae is a subfamily in the waterfowl family Anatidae. It includes the swans and true geese. Under alternative systematical concepts (see e.g., Terres & NAS, 1991), it is split into two subfamilies, the Anserinae containing the geese and the ducks, while the Cygninae contain the swans. ==Systematics== Swans - tribe Cygnini True Geese - tri...
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Anserinae

(from the article `anseriform`) ...plumage with a conspicuous nuptial one; downy young strongly patterned. Female `inciting` display present. One recently extinct species.Subfamily ...
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Anserinae

subfamily Anserinae noun used in some classifications for the swans
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Anserinae

Anserinae Used in some classifications for the swans.
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Anserinae

[n] - used in some classifications for the swans
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