Definition of Family Paridae

1. Noun. Titmice and chickadees.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Family Paridae

family Otididae
family Oxalidaceae
family Oxyuridae
family Paeoniaceae
family Paguridae
family Palaemonidae
family Palinuridae
family Palmaceae
family Palmae
family Pandanaceae
family Pandionidae
family Panorpidae
family Papaveraceae
family Papilionacea
family Paradisaeidae
family Paridae (current term)
family Parkeriaceae
family Parmeliaceae
family Parulidae
family Patellidae
family Pectinidae
family Pedaliaceae
family Pediculidae
family Pelecanidae
family Pelecanoididae
family Pelobatidae
family Pempheridae
family Peneidae

Literary usage of Family Paridae

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1. History of Saginaw County, Michigan by Michael A. Leeson, Damon Clarke (1881)
"family Paridae.—The titmouse, or black-capped chickadee, the Parus atricapillus of the Europeans, nests in the woods during fine weather, and comes into the ..."

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