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Mimids

Noun, 1. Mimidae - sometimes considered a subfamily of Troglodytidae: mockingbirds; catbirds; thrashers.

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GROWTH, DEVELOPMENT, AND FOOD HABITS OF NESTLING
few studies have examined mimids (Mimidae) (but see Rand 1941; Killpack.
MIMIDS 4/1 (Page 1)
MIMID™ MINIATURE MINE DETECTOR. The MIMID™ is based on the well- proven technology of the AN-19/2 Mine Detecting Set (U.S.
Wing-flashing in Northern mockingbirds: anti-predator defense?
SPECIES RECOGNITION IN A VOCAL MIMIC: REPETITION
from songs of a sympatric mimid, the Brown Thrasher (Toxostoma rufum).
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or “mimids,” and they often imitate the calls of other spe- cies, stringing these remembered vocalizations into long, variable songs.

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Mimid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The mimids are the New World family of passerine birds, Mimidae, that includes thrashers, mockingbirds, tremblers, and the New World catbirds.
Thrasher family
Apr 1, 2000 The Mimids are a New World family composed of the thrashers, the mockingbirds , and the New World catbirds.
Mockingbird and Mimid Identification | American Bird Guide
The Mockingbird is common in the garden and an excellent bird watching subject .
Mimids
Click on any slide to see a larger image, and then use the Back button to return to this page. Other Families. Mimids and Waxwings.
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