Bird Families

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Remezovye are small, tit-like birds ranging in length from 7.5 to 11 cm. Compared to titmice, they have thinner, smaller beaks. They also have short, rounded wings and short tails.

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Remezaceae are common in Eurasia, Africa and North America. While the genus Remiz distributed from Portugal and northern Morocco to Japan, the largest genus is Anthoscopus inhabits sub-Saharan Africa to South Africa. Monotypic genus Auriparus lives in Mexico and the southwestern United States.

Eurasian species are mostly migratory birds, African and American species are sedentary birds.

Most species prefer open landscapes with separately growing trees and bushes, a few species live in deserts, marshes or forests.

Lifestyle

Most of the food is insects, as well as fruits, seeds and nectar. The hunting behavior is very similar to the hunting behavior of real tits.

Many species build artistic, hanging nests from cobwebs, animal hair, and soft plant parts such as willow and poplar seeds. Genus nests Anthoscopus more complex than the Eurasian genus Remiz, they have a false entrance above the present, which leads to an empty chamber. This entrance is closed by a valve.

Classification

Currently, the family consists of 13 species and 5 genera:

  • Rod of Remeza (Remiz)
    • Ordinary pemez (Remiz pendulinus)
    • Reed pendulum (Remiz macronyx)
    • Chinese Remez (Remiz consobrinus)
    • Crowned Remez (Remiz coronatus)
  • Genus Anthoscopus
    • White-fronted Remez (Anthoscopus caroli)
    • Gold-fronted pendulum (Anthoscopus flavifrons)
    • Cape Remez (Anthoscopus minutus)
    • Mouse pendulum (Anthoscopus musculus)
    • Senegalese Remez (Anthoscopus parvulus)
    • Sudanese Remez (Anthoscopus punctifrons)
  • Clan Fireheaded Remez (Cephalopyrus)
    • Fire-headed Pendulum (Cephalopyrus flammiceps)
  • Genus American Remez (Auriparus)
    • American Remez (Auriparus flaviceps)
  • Genus Pholidornis
    • Pholidornis rushiae

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