Synonyms containing variegated tinamou
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a South American tinamou (Rhynchotus rufescens); -- called also perdiz grande, and rufous tinamou. See Illust. of Tinamou
— Webster Dictionary
The Thicket Tinamou or Rufescent Tinamou is a type of Tinamou commonly found in moist forests in subtropical and tropical Central Mexico. Although the Thicket Tinamou is recognized by most authorities, the SACC still classifies this bird as a sub-species of Crypturellus erythropus, Red-legged Tinamou.
The Variegated Tinamou a type of Tinamou commonly found in moist forest lowlands in subtropical and tropical regions of northern South America.
The Cinereous Tinamou, also known as Brushland Tinamou, is a type of ground bird found in swamp and lowland forests in northern South America. They have some localized names that have been used by the indigenous people such as in Amazonas where they are called Inambu-pixuna, and in Pará, Brazil where they are called nambu-sujo. Also throughout their range they are called inhambu-preto. Cinereous Tinamou’s have been around for many centuries. They are part of the oldest families of the world today, and have fossils discovered dating back tens of millions of years. Their quick reflex plays a role in their ability to survive.
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Elegant Crested Tinamou
The Elegant Crested Tinamou or Martineta Tinamou is a medium-sized tinamou that can be found in southern Chile and Argentina in shrubland.
The Rusty Tinamou or Short-billed Tinamou is a type of Tinamou commonly found in swamp forest in tropical regions of South America.
The Choco Tinamou or Chocó Tinamou is a type of Tinamou found in lowland forest and montane forest in subtropical and tropical regions of Colombia and Panama.
A tinamou, Taoniscus nanus also known as Least tinamou.
The Bartlett's Tinamou is a type of Tinamou commonly found in lowland forest in South America.
The Great Tinamou also called Mountain hen is a species of tinamou ground bird native to Central and South America. There are several subspecies, mostly differentiated by their coloration:
The Ornate Tinamou is a type of Tinamou commonly found in the high altitude grassland and dry shrubland in subtropical and tropical regions of west central South America.
The Andean Tinamou is a tinamou, found commonly in high altitude shrubland, in the Andes of South America.
The Dwarf Tinamou also known as the Least Tinamou, is a small, partridge-like bird with short tail and wings.
The Brazilian Tinamou is a type of Tinamou found in lowland moist forest in subtropical and tropical regions of Amazonian South America.
The Brushland Tinamou is a type of Tinamou commonly found in high altitude dry shrubland in subtropical and tropical regions of southern South America.