Definition of Genus Gymnorhina

1. Noun. In some classifications placed in the family Laniidae: Australian piping crows.

Exact synonyms: Gymnorhina
Generic synonyms: Bird Genus
Group relationships: Cracticidae, Family Cracticidae
Member holonyms: Gymnorhina Tibicen, Piping Crow, Piping Crow-shrike

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Gymnorhina

genus Grison
genus Groenlandia
genus Grus
genus Guaiacum
genus Guevina
genus Gulo
genus Gutierrezia
genus Gymnadenia
genus Gymnadeniopsis
genus Gymnelis
genus Gymnocalycium
genus Gymnocarpium
genus Gymnocladus
genus Gymnogyps
genus Gymnopilus
genus Gymnorhina (current term)
genus Gymnosporangium
genus Gymnura
genus Gynura
genus Gypaetus
genus Gyps
genus Gypsophila
genus Gyromitra
genus Haastia
genus Habenaria
genus Hackelia
genus Haemanthus
genus Haematobia
genus Haematopus
genus Haematoxylon

Literary usage of Genus Gymnorhina

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria by Royal Society of Victoria (1902)
""A Revision of the genus Gymnorhina," by Robt. Hall. 2. " Some Geological Sections on the Mornington Peninsula," by TS Hall and GB Pritchard. 3. ..."

2. An introduction to the Birds of Australia by John Gould (1848)
"Genus GYMNORHINA. Like /Strepera this is strictly an Australian form, all the species of which frequent exclusively the southern parts of the country. ..."

3. Western Australian Year Book by Western Australia Registry Dept (1902)
"Of the so-called " Magpies" (genus Gymnorhina), we are said to have three species, the "Black-backed," the " White-backed," and the "Long- billed " ; but it ..."

4. List of the Vertebrated Animals Now Or Lately Living in the Gardens of the by London Zoo (London, England), Philip Lutley Sclater (1883)
"Presented by the Rev. AW Petre, March 31, 1874. Genus GYMNORHINA. 397. Gymnorhina leuconota, Gould. White-backed Piping Crow. Hab. South Australia. a, 6. ..."

5. Library of Natural History by Richard Lydekker (1901)
"... small genus, Gymnorhina, includes only three species, popularly known as Australian magpies by reason of their black and white plumage, which is common ..."

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