Definition of Genus Zonotrichia

1. Noun. Large New World sparrows.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Zonotrichia

genus Zantedeschia
genus Zanthoxylum
genus Zapus
genus Zea
genus Zenaidura
genus Zerumbet
genus Zeus
genus Zigadenus
genus Zingiber
genus Zinjanthropus
genus Zinnia
genus Zizania
genus Ziziphus
genus Zoarces
genus Zoisia
genus Zonotrichia (current term)
genus Zostera
genus Zoysia
genus Zygnema
genus Zygocactus
genus Zygophyllum
genus bombycilla
genus ceroxylon
genus gasterosteus
genus lemmus
genus manglietia
genus name
genus raphanus

Literary usage of Genus Zonotrichia

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1. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History by American Museum of Natural History (1907)
"genus Zonotrichia. Zonotrichia SWAINSON. Faun. Bor.-Am., II, 1831 (Feb. 1832), 254 (first mentioned). 493 (diagnosis and mention of "types"). ..."

2. Check-list of North American Birds by American Ornithologists' Union (1910)
"... winters from northern California and southern Texas through Lower California and southern Mexico to Guatemala. genus Zonotrichia SWAINSON. ..."

3. The Code of Nomenclature and Check-list of North American Birds Adopted by by American Ornithologists' Union (1886)
"genus Zonotrichia SWAINSON. Zonotrichia SWAINS. FBA II. 1831, 493. Type, by elimination, Emberiza leucophrys FORST. 553. Zonotrichia querula (Nun.). ..."

4. The Birds of Eastern North America Known to Occur East of the Nineteenth by Charles Barney Cory, Field Museum of Natural History (1899)
"Lark Finch. From Illinois and Michigan westward to the plains; not common on Atlantic coast. genus Zonotrichia. SWAINS. 421 (553) ZONOTRICHIA QUERULA. ..."

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