The long-legged thicketbird Cincloramphus rufus is a small bird endemic to Fiji. The species is sometimes known as the long-legged warbler. It was formerly classified as the sole representative of the genus Trichocichla. The species' plumage is reddish brown, the throat, breast and belly being white and the face being marked with a distinctive eye-stripe. The long-legged warbler is a shy bird and easily overlooked as it forages on the ground in pairs or small family groups. It has a distinctive alarm call , and a variable and loud song somewhat similar to that of the Fiji bush warbler.
First discovered in Brazil, at Rio Mucuri, M. These bats are usually found near water pools. They roost singly or in small groups in wet tunnels, culverts, under bridges and in caves and abandoned buildings. The species is often found living in irrigation tunnels in Central and South America Emmons, Specimens have been caught on tree trunks over water, hanging in sea caves, and in a vaulted cellar in Old Panamas ruins French,
The Pholcidae are a family of araneomorph spiders. The common name "daddy long-legs" is used for several species, especially Pholcus phalangioides , but is also the common name for several other arthropod groups, including harvestmen and crane flies. Pholcids are thin and delicate arachnids.
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