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Apparently it is more closely related to the subfamily Perognathinae.
The grouse is a northern bird, extending into far colder regions than any other subfamily of the gallinaceous group.
The third genus of the subfamily (Stephanella) is only known from Japan.
Chickadees (subfamily Parinæ) have a short, stout bill, the nostrils covered with bristles; the tail is rather long and rounded.
Toes usually four, three front ones webbed; upper mandible curved and hooked; tail usually square (Gulls, subfamily Larinæ).
This family numbers about three hundred species, of which about one-half are true Thrushes (Subfamily Turdinæ).
Yet this region does not need to go begging for jays, only they belong to different groups of the Garrulinæ subfamily.
BIRDS OF THE ROCKIESLEANDER SYLVESTER KEYSER
The foregoing genera constitute the subfamily Equinae, or the Equidae as restricted by the older writers.
Subfamily, sub′fam-i-li, n. a primary division of a family, of one or more genera.
The subfamily Rhabdodermatinae includes at present Rhabdoderma and Synaptotylus.

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boondogglenoun | [boon-dog-uh l, -daw-guh l]SEE DEFINITION