Fulica

noun
Fu·li·ca | \ ˈfyülə̇kə \

Definition of Fulica 

: a genus of aquatic birds (family Rallidae) comprising the coots and being from the typical rails by the presence of a frontal shield and lobed toes — compare gallinule

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History and Etymology for Fulica

New Latin, from Latin, coot

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