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Scientific Names

Alternative Names

Callaeatidae
Synonym according to NCBI
Callaeidae
Callaeidae
Synonym according to {resource_name} (other, see comments)

Common Names

English

New Zealand wattlebirds preferred

Bulgarian

новозеландски скорци preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Catalan; Valencian

Cal·leid preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Czech

laločníkovití preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Dutch; Flemish

Nieuw-Zeelandse lelvogels preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Esperanto

Kaleedoj preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Estonian

Kookakolased preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Finnish

Helttavarikset preferred
Recognized by Wikidata, christinaflann, and admin

German

Lappenvögel preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Hebrew

דבלולניים preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Hungarian

Kokakófélék preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association)

Callaeatidae preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Japanese

ホオダレムクドリ科 preferred
Recognized by Wikidata, piaf, and admin

Kirghiz; Kyrgyz

Гуйялар preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Latin

Callaeatidae preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Lithuanian

Jojikiniai preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Norwegian Nynorsk; Nynorsk, Norwegian

Flikfuglar preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Persian

غبغبکی‌های نیوزیلند preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Polish

Koralniki preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Russian

Новозеландские скворцы preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Swedish

Vårtkråkor preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Unspecified

Callaeatidae preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Welsh

Adar tagellog preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

i18n: Mrj

У Зеланди шӹнгӹртӹшвлӓ preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
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Curated hierarchies for Callaeidae

GBIF classification

Animalia
Chordata
Aves
Passeriformes
128 additional siblings truncated for brevity.
See the resource file for a full list.

Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS) Taxonomic Hierarchy

Animalia
Bilateria
Deuterostomia
Chordata
Vertebrata
Gnathostomata
Tetrapoda
Aves
Passeriformes
24 additional siblings truncated for brevity.
See the resource file for a full list.