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Bilateria: pictures Bilateria: specimens Bilateria: sounds Bilateria: maps Deuterostomia deuterostomes. Deuterostomia: pictures Deuterostomia: specimens Deuterostomia: sounds Phylum Chordata chordates. Chordata: information 1 Chordata: pictures Chordata: specimens Chordata: sounds Craniata craniates. Craniata: pictures Craniata: specimens Craniata: sounds Subphylum Vertebrata vertebrates.
Vertebrata: information 1 Vertebrata: pictures Vertebrata: specimens Vertebrata: sounds Superclass Gnathostomata jawed vertebrates. Gnathostomata: pictures Gnathostomata: specimens Gnathostomata: sounds Euteleostomi bony vertebrates. Euteleostomi: pictures Euteleostomi: specimens Euteleostomi: sounds Class Sarcopterygii lobe-finned fishes and terrestrial vertebrates. Sarcopterygii: pictures Sarcopterygii: specimens Sarcopterygii: sounds Tetrapoda tetrapods. Tetrapoda: pictures Tetrapoda: specimens Tetrapoda: sounds Amniota amniotes.
Amniota: pictures Amniota: specimens Amniota: sounds Class Reptilia turtles, snakes, lizards, and relatives. Reptilia: information 1 Reptilia: pictures Reptilia: specimens Reptilia: sounds Class Aves birds.
Aves: information 1 Aves: pictures Aves: specimens Aves: sounds Subclass Neognathae neognath birds. Neognathae: pictures Neognathae: specimens Neognathae: sounds Infraclass Galloanserae geese, ducks, quails, pheasants, and relatives. Galloanserae: pictures Galloanserae: specimens 11 Galloanserae: sounds Order Galliformes chicken-like birds.
Galliformes: information 1 Galliformes: pictures Galliformes: specimens 8 Galliformes: sounds Phasianoidea pheasants, quails, and relatives. Phasianoidea: pictures Phasianoidea: specimens 8 Phasianoidea: sounds Family Odontophoridae New World quails. Odontophoridae: pictures 30 Odontophoridae: sounds 9.
Genus Dactylortyx singing quail. Species Dactylortyx thoracicus singing quail. Subspecies Dactylortyx thoracicus chiapensis. Subspecies Dactylortyx thoracicus conoveri. Subspecies Dactylortyx thoracicus devius. Subspecies Dactylortyx thoracicus dolichonyx. Subspecies Dactylortyx thoracicus fuscus.
Subspecies Dactylortyx thoracicus melodus. Subspecies Dactylortyx thoracicus paynteri. Subspecies Dactylortyx thoracicus pettingilli. Subspecies Dactylortyx thoracicus salvadoranus. Subspecies Dactylortyx thoracicus sharpei. Subspecies Dactylortyx thoracicus thoracicus. Read more Connect with us Help us improve the site by taking our survey. Facebook Twitter Pinterest. Classification Kingdom Animalia animals Animalia: information 1 Animalia: pictures Animalia: specimens Animalia: sounds Animalia: maps The ADW Team gratefully acknowledges their support.
Sign in to see your badges. Small, retiring quail of forest understory. Rarely seen, but can be located by listening for noisy rustling in the leaf litter as birds scratch like chickens. Prefers to run away rather than flush. Loud song often reveals its presence, given mainly early and late in the day: first few notes similar to Little Tinamou song, but then breaks into rollicking choruses that can be almost deafening if close by. Male has rusty face and gray body, female colors reversed, with gray face and rusty body. Choose a region to view Weekly Bar Chart.
Your login: Password:. Enter your login name or your email address and click on Send reminder to receive a reminder by email. The Singing Quail Dactylortyx thoracicus is a species of bird in the Odontophoridae family. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests, subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, and subtropical or tropical moist montane forests.
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