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bellbird
[bell•bird]
noun
1. Any of various tropical American birds of the family Cotingidae, having a characteristic bell-like call.
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2. We heard the calling of the false bellbird, which is gray instead of white like the true bellbirds; it keeps among the very topmost branches.
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3. Other endangered restricted range species that migrate seasonally to this ecoregion are the three-wattled bellbird (Procnias tricarunculata) and the bare-necked umbrella bird (Cephalopterus glabricollis).
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4. For example, Ocotea endresiana (Lauraceae) is a tree species from Latin America which is dispersed by several species of birds, including the three-wattled bellbird.