Rallidae

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Rail
Julat zaman: Templat:Geo range
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Dusky moorhen, Gallinula tenebrosa
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Alam: Haiwan
Filum: Kordata
Kelas: Burung
Order: Gruiformes
Keluarga: Rallidae
Rafinesque, 1815
Genera

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Rails atau Rallidae adalah satu keluarga burung bersaiz kecil-ke-sederhana, yang hidup di atas tanah. Keluarga ini dianggap mempunyai kepelbagaian bio yang terdiri dari spesies sintar, pangling, dan gallinules. Kebanyakan spesies berkait rapat dengan kawasan berair. Bagaimanapun, keluarga ini boleh ditemui hampir di semua habitat daratan kecuali padang pasir kering, kutub dan pergunungan di atas garis salji. Ahli-ahli dalam Rallidae hidup di semua benua kecuali Antarctika. Pelbagai spesies kepulauan diketahui. Habitat rail yang paling biasa adalah kawasan paya dan hutan tebal.[1]

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  1. ^ Horsfall & Robinson (2003): pp. 206–207

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