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A Monograph of the Woodpecker Family [50 Images]

A Monograph of the Woodpecker Family [50 Images]

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Monographie des Picidées is a book on woodpeckers authored by Alfred Malherbe, a Belgian naturalist, and published in Brussels in 1861. It contains detailed descriptions, illustrations, and classifications of the woodpecker family (Picidae), including information on their distribution, habitats, and behavior. The book is considered an important contribution to the field of ornithology and is still used as a reference by researchers and bird enthusiasts today.

Woodpeckers are a family of birds with over 200 species, found in various habitats all over the world, except for Australia, New Zealand, and Madagascar. They have specially adapted features that enable them to withstand the impact of pecking, such as a thick skull and a long, sticky tongue that can reach deep into crevices to capture insects. They are also known for their zygodactyl feet, which have two toes facing forward and two toes facing backward, allowing them to cling to trees and climb vertically.

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