Motmot

The motmots or Momotidae are a family of birds in the near passerine order Coraciiformes, which also includes the kingfishers, bee-eaters and rollers. All extant motmots are restricted to woodland or forest in the Neotropics, and the largest diversity is in Middle America. They have a colourful plumage and a relatively heavy bill. All except the t...
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Motmot

• (n.) Any one of several species of long-tailed, passerine birds of the genus Momotus, having a strong serrated beak. In most of the species the two long middle tail feathers are racket-shaped at the tip, when mature. The bird itself is said by some writers to trim them into this shape. They feed on insects, reptiles, and fruit, and are found...
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motmot

<ornithology> Any one of several species of long-tailed, passerine birds of the genus Momotus, having a strong serrated beak. In most of the species the two long middle tail feathers are racket-shaped at the tip, when mature. The bird itself is said by some writers to trim them into this shape. They feed on insects, reptiles, and fruit, and a...
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motmot

momot noun tropical American bird resembling a blue jay and having greenish and bluish plumage
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Motmot

Mot'mot noun [ Confer Momot .] (Zoology) Any one of several species of long-tailed, passerine birds of the genus Momotus , having a strong serrated beak. In most of the species the two long middle tail feathers are racket-shaped at the tip, when mature. The bird itself is said by som...
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motmot

any of about eight species of long-tailed forest birds of the family Momotidae (order Coraciiformes) of Central and South America. In six species ... [2 related articles]
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Motmot

The motmots (Momotus) are a genus of American bird related to the kingfishers. Together with the todies they form the family Monotidae. They are usually coloured with tints of blue, green, brown and black with loose plumage and a long tail. Motmots inhabit dense forests in Mexico and South America where they feed on insects, small reptiles and frui...
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motmot

[n] - tropical American bird resembling a blue jay and having greenish and bluish plumage
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