Definition of Pyrocephalus rubinus mexicanus

1. Noun. Tropical American flycatcher found as far north as southern Texas and Arizona; adult male has bright scarlet and black plumage.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pyrocephalus Rubinus Mexicanus

Pyralidae
Pyralididae
Pyralis
Pyramid
Pyramids
Pyrausta
Pyrausta nubilalis
Pyrenean
Pyrenees
Pyrenees daisy
Pyrenomycetes
Pyrethrum
Pyrex
Pyridium
Pyrocephalus
Pyrocephalus rubinus mexicanus (current term)
Pyrola americana
Pyrola elliptica
Pyrola minor
Pyrola rotundifolia
Pyrola rotundifolia americana
Pyrola uniflora
Pyrolaceae
Pyrophorus
Pyrophorus noctiluca
Pyrrhic
Pyrrhic victories
Pyrrhic victory
Pyrrhocoridae
Pyrrhonian

Literary usage of Pyrocephalus rubinus mexicanus

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1. Handbook of Birds of the Western United States: Including the Great Plains by Florence Merriam Bailey (1921)
"Pyrocephalus rubinus mexicanus. Vermilion Flycatcher. Breeds in Low. Son. zone from se. Calif., s. Nev., sw. Utah, Ariz., s. NM, and Tex. s. to Yucatan, ..."

2. Birds of California: An Introduction to More Than Three Hundred Common Birds by Irene Grosvenor Wheelock (1903)
"Pyrocephalus rubinus mexicanus. Length: 5.50-6.25. FAMILY : The Flycatchers. Adult Male: Head of male with crest ; upper parts, except top of head, ..."

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