What is another word for Family Phoeniculidae?

Pronunciation: [fˈamɪli fˈə͡ʊnɪkjˌʊlɪdˌiː] (IPA)

The Phoeniculidae family is comprised of two genera of birds: the woodhoopoes and the scimitarbills. Woodhoopoes are a group of slender-bodied and long-tailed birds found in Africa. They are known for their striking colours which include black, white, and bright red. Scimitarbills, on the other hand, are found in Madagascar and are known for their curved bills and dull brown plumage patterns. The two genera have distinct characteristics but belong to the same family. Synonyms for the word "Family Phoeniculidae" include the Woodhoopoe family, Scimitarbill family, and African and Malagasy Hoopoe family.

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