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Cuckoos and their related birds

CUCULIFORMES
This room displays photos of Old & New World Cuckoos and their allies, including Coucals, Malkohas, Anis.

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Lesser Cuckoo [1], Hototogisu or Cuculus poliocephalus <Cuculidae>. photo: 05/2002, Nagano, Japan. Chestnut-Breasted Malkoha [1], Chamune Bankenmodoki or Phaenicophaeus curvirostris <Cuculidae>. photo: 08/2002, Taman Negara, Malaysia. Chestnut-Breasted Malkoha [2], Chamune Bankenmodoki or Phaenicophaeus curvirostris <Cuculidae>. photo: 08/2002, Taman Negara, Malaysia.

Little Bronze-Cuckoo [1][2], Akame Teri Kakkoo or Chrysococcyx minutillus <Cuculidae>. photo: 08/2003, Kakadu, NT, Australia. Fan-tailed Cuckoo, Uchiwa Hime Kakkoo or Cacomantis flabelliformis <Cuculidae>. photo: 09/2003, Cape Naturaliste, WA, Australia. Common Cuckoo [1], Kakkô or Cuculus canorus <Cuculidae>. photo: 06/2004, Niigata, Japan.

Squirrel Cuckoo [1][2][3], Risu Kakkoo or Piaya cayana mehieri <Coccyzidae>. photo: 08/2004, Brownsberg, Suriname. Smooth-billed Ani, Oohashi Kakkoo or Crotophaga ani <Crotophagidae>. photo: 08/2004, Paramaribo, Suriname. Greater Ani, Oo Oohashi Kakkoo or Crotophaga major <Crotophagidae>. photo: 08/2004, Weg naar Zee, Suriname.

Little Cuckoo, Hime Risu Kakkoo or Piaya minuta <Coccyzidae>. photo: 08/2004, Perperpot, Suriname. Squirrel Cuckoo [4][5], Risu Kakkoo or Piaya cayana mehieri <Coccyzidae>. photo: 08/2004, Brownsberg, Suriname. Senegal Coucal, Senegaru Banken or Centropus senegalensis <Centropodidae>. photo: 08/2005, Rundu, Namibia.

Common Cuckoo [2], Kakkô or Cuculus canorus <Cuculidae>. photo: 05/2006, Kumamoto, Japan. Red-billed Malkoha [1][2], Akahashi Banken Modoki or Phaenicophaeus javanicus <Cuculidae>. photo: 09/2006, Khao Pra Bang Khram WR, Thailand. Little Bronze-Cuckoo [3], Akame Teri Kakkoo or Chrysococcyx minutillus <Cuculidae>. photo: 09/2006, hat chao mai NP, Thailand.

Green-billed Malkoha [1][2], Oni Kuro Banken Modoki or Phaenicophaeus tristis <Cuculidae>. photo: 09/2006, hat chao mai NP, Thailand. Hodgson's Hawk-Cuckoo [1][2][3], Jûichi or Cuculus fugax <Cuculidae>. photo: 06/2007, Kyoto, Japan. Yellowbill, Kibashi Banken Modoki or Ceuthmochares aereus <Cuculidae>. photo: 08/2007, Port Gentil, Gabon.

Greater Roadrunner [1][2][3], Oo Michibashiri or Geococyx californianus <Neomorphidae>. photo: 08/2008, Saguaro NP, Arizona, USA. Greater Roadrunner [4][5][6], Oo Michibashiri or Geococyx californianus <Neomorphidae>. photo: 08/2008, Pearce, Arizona, USA. Greater Roadrunner [7][8], Oo Michibashiri or Geococyx californianus <Neomorphidae>. photo: 09/2008, Portal, Arizona, USA.

Green-billed Malkoha [3], Oni Kuro Banken Modoki or Phaenicophaeus tristis <Cuculidae>. photo: 08/2009, Cat Tien NP, Vietnam. Greater Coucal [1], Oo Banken or Centropus sinensis <Centropodidae>. photo: 08/2009, Cat Tien NP, Vietnam. Green-billed Malkoha [4], Oni Kuro Banken Modoki or Phaenicophaeus tristis <Cuculidae>. photo: 09/2009, Hue, Vietnam.

Lesser Cuckoo [2], Hototogisu or Cuculus poliocephalus <Cuculidae>. photo: 06/2010, Yamanashi, Japan. Common Cuckoo [3], Kakkô or Cuculus canorus <Cuculidae>. photo: 06/2011, Ehime, Japan. Lesser Cuckoo [3], Hototogisu or Cuculus poliocephalus <Cuculidae>. photo: 07/2011, Yamanashi, Japan.

Asian Koel, Oni Kakkô or Eudynamys scolopacea <Cuculidae>. photo: 07/2011, Anamaduwa, Sri Lanka. Blue-faced Malkoha, Aome Kuro Banken Modoki or Phaenicophaeus viridirostris <Cuculidae>. photo: 07/2011, Anamaduwa, Sri Lanka. Greater Coucal [2], Oo Banken or Centropus sinensis <Centropodidae>. photo: 07/2011, Anamaduwa, Sri Lanka.

Red-faced Malkoha, Akagao Banken Modoki or Phaenicophaeus pyrrhocephalus <Cuculidae>. photo: 08/2011, Sinharaja, Sri Lanka. Oriental Cuckoo, Tsutsudori or Cuculus saturatus <Cuculidae>. photo: 08/2012, Gobi, Mongolia. Lesser Cuckoo [4], Hototogisu or Cuculus poliocephalus <Cuculidae>. photo: 06/2014, Nagano, Japan.

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