Nidicolous

Nidicolous animals are those that stay at their nest or birthplace for a long time after birth, due to their dependence on the parents for feeding, protection and learning survival skills. It is the opposite of nidifugous where the animal is able to leave the nest very quickly. The great majority of nidicolous animals are altricial, in that an ani...
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nidicolous

(from the article `psittaciform`) ...only the female may incubate the eggs. The young hatch bare or with very sparse down. They are altricial—that is, they are helpless and require ...
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nidicolous

adjective (of birds) remaining in the nest for a time after hatching
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Nidicolous

Describes a young bird that remains in nest after hatching (see Altricial).
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nidicolous

nidicole, nidicolous Nest-dwelling; used particularly of birds restricted to their nests because of being hatched in a helpless immature condition.
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nidicolous

reared in a nest; sharing a nest
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nidicolous

sharing the nest of another species of animal
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Nidicolous

staying in the nest until grown/nearly grown, or sharing a nest with another species (e.g., mites in a bird nest).
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nidicolous

[adj] - (of birds) remaining in the nest for a time after hatching
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