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Cere : a usually waxy protuberance or enlarged area at the base of the bill of a birdDefine cere at dictionary.com. Cere definition, a fleshy, membranous covering of the base of the upper mandible of a bird, especially a bird of prey or a parrot, through which the nostrils open. See more.Definition of cere by the free dictionary. cere 1 (sîr) tr.v. cered, cer·ing, ceres To wrap in or as if in cerecloth. [Middle English ceren, ciren, from Old French cirer, to cover with wax, from Latin cērāre; see cerate.] cere 2 (sîr) n. A fleshy or waxlike membrane at the base of the upper beak in certain birds, such as parrots, through which the nostrils open. [Middle English sere, from

1. Cere Position On Sharp-shinned

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Definition of cere by merriam-webster. : a usually waxy protuberance or enlarged area at the base of the bill of a bird

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Define cere at dictionary.com. Cere definition, a fleshy, membranous covering of the base of the upper mandible of a bird, especially a bird of prey or a parrot, through which the nostrils open. See more.

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Definition of cere by the free dictionary. cere 1 (sîr) tr.v. cered, cer·ing, ceres To wrap in or as if in cerecloth. [Middle English ceren, ciren, from Old French cirer, to cover with wax, from Latin cērāre; see cerate.] cere 2 (sîr) n. A fleshy or waxlike membrane at the base of the upper beak in certain birds, such as parrots, through which the nostrils open. [Middle English sere, from

4. Hypertrophy Of The Cere By Koshplappit On Deviantart

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Wikipedia. The beak, bill, and/or rostrum is an external anatomical structure of birds that is used for eating and for preening, manipulating objects, killing prey, fighting, probing for food, courtship and feeding young. The terms beak and rostrum are also used to refer to a similar mouth part in some ornithischians, pterosaurs, turtles, cetaceans, dicynodonts, anuran tadpoles, sirens, pufferfishes

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How a bird's cere can indicate its sex and health status. The fleshy, bulbous area right above a budgerigar's beak just below the eyes is called a "cere." This is where the nostrils, called "nares," live.

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Definition of cere in english by oxford dictionaries. Definition of cere - a waxy fleshy covering at the base of the upper beak in some birds.

Define Cere at dictionary.com. Cere definition, a fleshy, membranous covering of the base of the upper mandible of a bird, especially a bird of prey or a parrot, through which the nostrils open. See more.

Definition of cere by the free dictionary. cere 1 (sîr) tr.v. cered, cer·ing, ceres To wrap in or as if in cerecloth. [Middle English ceren, ciren, from Old French cirer, to cover with wax, from Latin cērāre; see cerate.] cere 2 (sîr) n. A fleshy or waxlike membrane at the base of the upper beak in certain birds, such as parrots, through which the nostrils open. [Middle English sere, from


Wikipedia. The beak, bill, and/or rostrum is an external anatomical structure of birds that is used for eating and for preening, manipulating objects, killing prey, fighting, probing for food, courtship and feeding young. The terms beak and rostrum are also used to refer to a similar mouth part in some ornithischians, pterosaurs, turtles, cetaceans, dicynodonts, anuran tadpoles, sirens, pufferfishes

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