Definition of Subfamily Perdicinae

1. Noun. Old World partridges.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subfamily Perdicinae

subfamily Gerbillinae
subfamily Hydromyinae
subfamily Loriinae
subfamily Lutrinae
subfamily Malaconotinae
subfamily Melinae
subfamily Melolonthidae
subfamily Mephitinae
subfamily Merginae
subfamily Mimosoideae
subfamily Nelumbonaceae
subfamily Numididae
subfamily Numidinae
subfamily Papilionoideae
subfamily Perdicidae
subfamily Perdicinae (current term)
subfamily Peristediinae
subfamily Petauristidae
subfamily Philadelphaceae
subfamily Potoroinae
subfamily Pythoninae
subfamily Smilacaceae
subfamily Sterninae
subfamily Sylviinae
subfamily Taxodiaceae
subfamily Triglinae
subfamily Uvulariaceae

Literary usage of Subfamily Perdicinae

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1. Shooting on Upland, Marsh, and Stream: A Series of Articles Written by by William Bruce Leffingwell (1890)
"... in their "Check List of American Birds," where they reject the name quail, and place the bird in the subfamily Perdicinae, or partridges, ..."

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