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Great Shrike-Tyrant

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Also known as Follow link Alternate name
Agriornis lividus Scientific name
Passeriformes. Order
Tyrannidae Family
27.5–31 cm Length
Shrubland & pastureland. Up to 1800 m. Range:- Argentina & Chile.

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Habitat
Altitude
Range
3 eggs, incubation  days, fledging  days. Clutch
Large arthropods, small mammals, lizards, frogs, eggs or nestlings & small birds. Food  
  Habits
4296TSN: 711530 - Sub-species World Number
Least concern Status

AKA:- Czech: Tyranovec velký
Danish: Stor Torntyran
German: Schwarzschwanz-Hakentyrann, Würgertyrann, Würger-Tyrann
English: Great Shrike Tyrant, Great Shrike-Tyrant, Kittlitz's Shrike-Tyrant
Spanish: Gaucho grande, Guacho Grande, Mero
Spanish (Argentine): Gaucho grande
Spanish (Chile): Mero
Finnish: Isoparamotyranni
French: Gaucho de Kittlitz, Grand Gaucho
Italian: Averla tiranna gigante, Tiranno averla maggiore
Japanese: oomozutairanchou
Japanese: オオモズタイランチョウ
Latin: Agriornis livida, Agriornis lividus, Tamnophilus [sic] lividus
Dutch: Grote Klauwiertiran
Norwegian: Storrovtyrann
Polish: dzierzbotyran duzy, dzierzbotyran duży
Russian: Большой сорокопутовый тиранн
Slovak: pamuchár mero
Swedish: Större törntyrann
Chinese: 大鵙霸鹟

Sub-species
Agriornis livida
Agriornis livida fortis
Agriornis livida livida

  • Agriornis lividus lividus: Coast and mountains of Chile (Atacama to Valdivia)
  • Agriornis lividus fortis: S Chile (Aysén) and S Argentina to Tierra del Fuego
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