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Scientific Names

Accepted Names

Cathartidae
Recognized by EOL Dynamic Hierarchy Reference taxon: Cathartidae according to EOL Dynamic Hierarchy Trunk
Cathartidae
Recognized by iNaturalist, South Atlantic Species List, North Pacific Species List, South Pacific Species List, North Atlantic Species List, Suriname Species List, Sweden Species List, Turkey Species List, United States Species List, Uruguay Species List, Venezuela Species List, Nicaragua Species List, Panama Species List, Paraguay Species List, Peru Species List, Puerto Rico Species List, Jamaica Species List, Mexico Species List, French Guiana Species List, Falkland Islands Species List, Honduras Species List, Guatemala Species List, El Salvador Species List, Ecuador Species List, Germany Species List, Guyana Species List, Haiti Species List, Cayman Islands Species List, Costa Rica Species List, Belize Species List, Bermuda Species List, Bolivia Species List, Dominican Republic Species List, Cuba Species List, Chile Species List, Colombia Species List, Argentina Species List, Austria Species List, IUCN, India Species List, Norway Species List, Barcode of Life Data Systems, AnAge, Flickr Group, Flickr Group, Flickr Group, Flickr Group, Wikimedia Commons, Wikimedia Commons, NMNH Birds in DwC A, Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology DwCA, English Vernaculars for Landmark Taxa, NCBI GGBN GBIF BHL BOLDS data coverage, Sibly et al 2012, Wildfinder (WWF), Brazil Species List, Canada Species List, Global Biotic Interactions, Global Biotic Interactions, Global Biotic Interactions, wikipedia 日本語, wikipedia 日本語, wikipedia 日本語, wikipedia 日本語, wikipedia 日本語, wikipedia 日本語, wikipedia 日本語, wikipedia 日本語, Wikidata, Conabio, Conabio, wikipedia Italiano, wikipedia Español, World Register of Marine Species, Mineralogy, Mineralogy, Paleobiology Database, Environments EOL, wikipedia, CITES, CITES, Animal Diversity Web, EOL authors, EOL authors, INBio, and IABIN

Common Names

Dutch; Flemish

gieren van de nieuwe wereld

English

New World vultures preferred
new world vultures
New World Vultures
Recognized by CITES

French

Vautours Du Nouveau Monde
Recognized by CITES

Spanish; Castilian

Buitres Del Nuevo Mundo
Recognized by CITES

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