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PIPROMORPHIDAE - Flatbills1,2 (17:101)
PIPROMORPHINAE
PSEUDOTRICCUS Taczanowski & von Berlepsch, 1885 M - Pseudotriccus pelzelni Taczanowski & von Berlepsch, 1885; type by monotypy  
Pseudotriccus pelzelni3 Bronze-olive Pygmy Tyrant
berlepschi Nelson, 1913 Mountains of E Panama (Cerro Pirre, Cerro Tacarcuna); W Andes (south to Valle) and head of C Andes of Colombia
annectens (Salvadori & Festa, 1899) W slope of Andes of SW Colombia (Cauca) to SW Ecuador (El Oro)
pelzelni Taczanowski & von Berlepsch, 1885 E slope of Andes of Colombia and Ecuador
peruvianus J. Bond, 1947 vE slope of Andes of Peru (S Amazonas to N Cuzco)
Pseudotriccus simplex   (von Berlepsch, 1901) Hazel-fronted Pygmy Tyrant
iE slope of Andes of SE Peru (W Madre de Dios and S Cuzco) to C Bolivia (W Santa Cruz)
Pseudotriccus ruficeps 4  (Lafresnaye, 1843) Rufous-headed Pygmy Tyrant
iColombia to NW Bolivia
CORYTHOPIS Sundevall, 1836 M - Myiothera calcarata zu Wied, 1831; type by monotypy = Muscicapa delalandi Lesson, 1831  5
Corythopis torquatus Ringed Antpipit
sarayacuensis C. Chubb, 1918 vSE Colombia, E Ecuador, NE Peru
anthoides (Pucheran, 1855) S Venezuela (south of R. Orinoco), the Guianas, E Amazonian Brazil (west to R. Negro and R. Tapajós)
torquatus von Tschudi, 18446 vE Peru, W Amazonian Brazil (south of R. Amazon, east to R. Madeira), N Bolivia
Corythopis delalandi 7,8  (Lesson, 1831) α Southern Antpipit
iE Bolivia (E Santa Cruz), S Brazil (S Maranhão to S Mato Grosso, Espírito Santo and NW Rio Grande do Sul), E Paraguay and NE Argentina
PHYLLOSCARTES Cabanis & F. Heine, Sr., 1860 M - Muscicapa ventralis Temminck, 1824; type by monotypy  
Phylloscartes flavovirens   (Lawrence, 1862) Yellow-green Tyrannulet
iE Panama (C Panamá to Darién, mainly on Pacific slope)
Phylloscartes ventralis9,10 Mottle-cheeked Tyrannulet
angustirostris (d'Orbigny & Lafresnaye, 1837) vE slope of Andes of N Peru (Amazonas) to C Bolivia (Cochabamba)
tucumanus J.T. Zimmer, 1940 vAndes of NW Argentina (Jujuy to Tucumán and Catamarca)
ventralis (Temminck, 1824) vSE Brazil (S Mato Grosso do Sul to S Espírito Santo, south to Rio Grande do Sul), E Paraguay, NE Argentina (south to Entre Ríos), Uruguay
Phylloscartes virescens   Todd, 1925 Olive-green Tyrannulet
iThe Guianas and N Brazil (north of R. Amazon, west to lower R. Negro)
Phylloscartes beckeri   Gonzaga & Pacheco, 1995 Bahia Tyrannulet
iLocally in E Brazil (S Bahia, NE Minas Gerais) [Gonzaga, 1995 #1722]
Phylloscartes kronei   Willis & Oniki, 1992 Restinga Tyrannulet
iCoastal SE Brazil (SE São Paulo to NE Rio Grande do Sul) [Willis, 1992 #4227]
Phylloscartes gualaquizae   (P.L. Sclater, 1887) Ecuadorian Tyrannulet
iLocally on E slope of Andes of N Ecuador (Sucumbíos) to N Peru (San Martín)
Phylloscartes nigrifrons   (Salvin & Godman, 1884) Black-fronted Tyrannulet
iTepuis of S and SE Venezuela (Amazonas and S Bolívar) and adjacent Guyana and Brazil (N Roraima)
Phylloscartes ceciliae   Teixeira, 1987 Alagoas Tyrannulet
iLocally in NE Brazil (E Pernambuco, NE Alagoas) [Teixeira, 1987 #3812]
Phylloscartes superciliaris11 Rufous-browed Tyrannulet
superciliaris (P.L. Sclater & Salvin, 1868) vMountains of Costa Rica to C Panama (W Coclé)
palloris (Griscom, 1935) vMountains of E Panama (Cerro Malí and Cerro Tacarcuna)
griseocapillus W.H. Phelps & W.H. Phelps, Jr., 1952 Sierra de Perijá; locally in E Andes of Colombia, E slope of Andes of S Ecuador (Cordillera de Cutucú, Cordillera del Cóndor) and adjacent N Peru (Cordillera del Cóndor)
Phylloscartes flaviventris   (E. Hartert, 1897) Rufous-lored Tyrannulet
vMountains of N Venezuela (Yaracuy to Miranda)
Phylloscartes parkeri   Fitzpatrick & Stotz, 1997 Cinnamon-faced Tyrannulet
iE slope of Andes of C Peru (Huánuco) to N Bolivia (La Paz, S Beni) [Fitzpatrick, 1997 #1560]
Phylloscartes roquettei   E. Snethlage, 1928 Minas Gerais Tyrannulet
iE Brazil (SC Bahia to C Minas Gerais)
Phylloscartes paulista 12  H. & R. von Ihering, 1907 δ São Paulo Tyrannulet
iSE Brazil (S Espírito Santo to SE Mato Grosso do Sul and Santa Catarina), E Paraguay and NE Argentina (Misiones)
Phylloscartes oustaleti   (P.L. Sclater, 1887) Oustalet's Tyrannulet
iSE Brazil (SE Bahia to NE Santa Catarina)
Phylloscartes difficilis   (H. & R. von Ihering, 1907) Serra do Mar Tyrannulet
vSE Brazil (SE Minas Gerais and SW Espírito Santo to NE Rio Grande do Sul)
Phylloscartes sylviolus   (Cabanis & F. Heine, Sr., 1860) α Bay-ringed Tyrannulet
iSE Brazil (SE Minas Gerais and S Espírito Santo to Santa Catarina), extreme E Paraguay and NE Argentina (Misiones)
POGONOTRICCUS Cabanis & F. Heine, Sr., 1860 M - Muscicapa eximia Temminck, 1822; type by monotypy13
Pogonotriccus poecilotis 14  (P.L. Sclater, 1862) Variegated Bristle Tyrant
vSierra de Perijá; Andes of W Venezuela and Colombia, E slope of Andes of Ecuador to SE Peru (Puno)
Pogonotriccus chapmani Chapman's Bristle Tyrant
chapmani (Gilliard, 1940) Tepuis of S Venezuela (S Bolívar, N Amazonas) and adjacent W Guyana and N Brazil
duidae (W.H. Phelps & W.H. Phelps, Jr., 1951) Tepuis of S Venezuela (Cerro Duida, Serranía de la Neblina) and adjacent N Brazil
Pogonotriccus ophthalmicus Marble-faced Bristle Tyrant
purus Todd, 1952 vMountains of N Venezuela (Yaracuy to Distrito Federal; C Aragua)
ophthalmicus Taczanowski, 1874 vW and C Andes of Colombia, south on W slope of Andes to NW Ecuador (Pichincha) and on E slope of Andes to C Peru (Ayacucho)
ottonis von Berlepsch, 1901 E slope of Andes of SE Peru (Cuzco) to C Bolivia (W Santa Cruz)
Pogonotriccus venezuelanus   von Berlepsch, 1907 Venezuelan Bristle Tyrant
vCoastal Range of Venezuela (Carabobo to Distrito Federal; C Aragua and S Miranda)
Pogonotriccus lanyoni   (G.R. Graves, 1988) Antioquia Bristle Tyrant
N and E slopes of C Andes (Antioquia, Caldas) and W slope of E Andes (W Boyacá) of Colombia [Graves, 1988 #1781]
Pogonotriccus orbitalis 15  (Cabanis, 1873) Spectacled Bristle Tyrant
vE slope of Andes of SW Colombia (W Putumayo) to C Bolivia (Cochabamba)
Pogonotriccus eximius   (Temminck, 1822) Southern Bristle Tyrant
vSE Brazil (E Mato Grosso do Sul to Rio de Janeiro, south to N Rio Grande do Sul), E Paraguay, NE Argentina (Misiones)
MIONECTES Cabanis, 1844 M - Mionectes poliocephalus von Tschudi, 1844; type by original designation  
Mionectes striaticollis Streak-necked Flycatcher
columbianus Chapman, 191916 vAndes of Colombia (except W slope in S Nariño) and E slope of Andes of Ecuador
viridiceps Chapman, 1924 W slope of Andes of SW Colombia (S Nariño) to SW Ecuador (W Loja)
palamblae Chapman, 1927 Andes of N Peru (on W slope in Piura and Cajamarca, on E slope from Amazonas to Huánuco)
striaticollis (d'Orbigny & Lafresnaye, 1837)17 vE slope of Andes of C Peru (Pasco) to C Bolivia (W Santa Cruz)
Mionectes olivaceus Olive-striped Flycatcher
olivaceus Lawrence, 1868 vCosta Rica to W Panama (Bocas del Toro, Chiriquí)
hederaceus Bangs, 1910 vWC Panama (Veraguas) to NC and W Colombia and SW Ecuador (W Loja)
galbinus Bangs, 1902 vSanta Marta Mts. (N Colombia)
venezuelensis Ridgway, 190618,19 δvSierra de Perijá; mountains of N Venezuela (Falcón to Sucre); Trinidad; Andes of Venezuela and E Andes of Colombia (south to W Meta)
fasciaticollis Chapman, 1923 vE slope of Andes of SW Colombia (W Putumayo) to W Bolivia (La Paz)
Mionectes oleagineus20 Ochre-bellied Flycatcher
1 assimilis P.L. Sclater, 185921 vS Mexico (S Veracruz, N Oaxaca) to W Panama (Bocas del Toro, W Azuero Pen.)
1 parcus Bangs, 1900 vC Panama (E Colón, Panamá) to N and WC Colombia (south in Cauca and Magdalena valleys) and NW Venezuela (Zulia and W Táchira to W Trujillo)
1 abdominalis (W.H. Phelps & W.H. Phelps, Jr., 1955) vCoastal Range of Venezuela (Carabobo to Miranda)
1 pacificus (Todd, 1921) vSW Colombia (SW Nariño) to NW Peru (Tumbes)
1 pallidiventris Hellmayr, 1906 vNE Venezuela (NE Anzoátegui, Sucre, N Monagas, Delta Amacuro), Trinidad, Tobago
1 dorsalis (W.H. Phelps & W.H. Phelps, Jr., 1952) vTepuis of SE Venezuela (Chimantá Tepui and Mt. Roraima in SE Bolívar)
2 oleagineus (M.H.C. Lichtenstein, 1823)22 vE Colombia, SW and S Venezuela, the Guianas and Amazonia; coastal E Brazil (Paraíba to Rio de Janeiro)
Mionectes macconnelli McConnell's Flycatcher
macconnelli (C. Chubb, 1919)23 E Venezuela (NE Bolívar), the Guianas and E Amazonian Brazil (west to R. Negro and lower R. Madeira); SE Peru (S Ucayali) to C Bolivia (W Santa Cruz)
roraimae (C. Chubb, 1919)24,25 Tepuis of S and SE Venezuela and W Guyana
peruanus (Carriker, 1930)26 vE Andean foothills of C Peru (Junín)
Mionectes rufiventris   Cabanis, 1846 Gray-hooded Flycatcher
vSE Brazil (NE Minas Gerais and S Espírito Santo to SE Mato Grosso do Sul and N Rio Grande do Sul), E Paraguay and NE Argentina (Misiones)
LEPTOPOGON Cabanis, 1844 M - Leptopogon superciliaris von Tschudi, 1844; type by original designation  27
Leptopogon amaurocephalus Sepia-capped Flycatcher
pileatus Cabanis, 186628,29 αvS Mexico (S Veracruz, N Oaxaca) along Caribbean slope to Costa Rica, Pacific slope of W and C Panama (Chiriquí to Panamá)
idius Wetmore, 1957 vIsla de Coiba (off SW Panama)
diversus Todd, 1913 vN and WC Colombia (Córdoba to Cesar, south in Magdalena valley to Tolima) and NW Venezuela (W Zulia)
orinocensis J.T. Zimmer & W.H. Phelps, Sr., 194630 vW, S and SE Venezuela (Táchira, W Barinas, W Portuguesa; Amazonas, Bolívar), the Guianas and N Brazil (Amapá)
peruvianus P.L. Sclater & Salvin, 186831 αvEC Colombia, E Ecuador, E Peru, N Bolivia (south to N Cochabamba) and SW Amazonian Brazil
amaurocephalus von Tschudi, 1846 vE and S Brazil (Ceará and Pernambuco to S Mato Grosso and Rio Grande do Sul), E Bolivia (Santa Cruz to E Tarija), E Paraguay, NW and NE Argentina
Leptopogon superciliaris Slaty-capped Flycatcher
superciliaris von Tschudi, 184432 vMountains of Costa Rica and Panama; Sierra de Perijá; mountains of N Venezuela (Falcón to Paria Pen.); Trinidad; Andes of Colombia and Ecuador, E slope of Andes of Peru (south to Ayacucho)
albidiventer Hellmayr, 191833 E slope of Andes of S Peru (Cuzco) and C Bolivia (W Santa Cruz)
Leptopogon rufipectus 34,35  (Lafresnaye, 1846) Rufous-breasted Flycatcher
Andes of SW Venezuela (S Táchira), C and E Andes of Colombia, E slope of Andes of Ecuador to N Peru (E Cajamarca, NW Amazonas)
Leptopogon taczanowskii   Hellmayr, 1917 Inca Flycatcher
iE slope of Andes of Peru (Amazonas to Cuzco)
TAENIOTRICCUS von Berlepsch & E. Hartert, 1902 M - Taeniotriccus andrei von Berlepsch & E. Hartert, 1902; type by original designation  36
Taeniotriccus andrei Black-chested Tyrant
andrei von Berlepsch & E. Hartert, 1902 E Venezuela (E Monagas, Delta Amacuro and C Bolívar) and N Brazil (NE Amazonas, NW Roraima)
klagesi Todd, 192537 Locally in E Amazonian Brazil (south of R. Amazon, west to lower R. Tapajós and south to N Mato Grosso)
CNIPODECTES P.L. Sclater & Salvin, 1873 M - Cyclorhynchus subbrunneus P.L. Sclater, 1860; type by monotypy  
Cnipodectes subbrunneus Brownish Twistwing
subbrunneus (P.L. Sclater, 1860)38 vE Panama, NC and W Colombia to SW Ecuador (Guayas)
minor P.L. Sclater, 1884 vSE Colombia, E Ecuador, E Peru, W Amazonian Brazil (east to R. Negro and lower R. Madeira) and extreme NW Bolivia (NW Pando)
Cnipodectes superrufus   Lane, Servat, Valqui & F.R. Lambert, 2007 Rufous Twistwing
vSE Peru (S Ucayali, NE Cuzco, Madre de Dios), NW Bolivia (Pando) and SW Amazonian Brazil (Acre) [Lane, 2007 #9443]
RHYNCHOCYCLINAE
RHYNCHOCYCLUS Cabanis & F. Heine, Sr., 1860 M - Cyclorhynchus olivaceus Desmarest; type by subsequent designation (G.R. Gray, 1840, A List of the Genera of Birds, p. 31). = Platyrhynchos olivaceus Temminck, 1820  
Rhynchocyclus brevirostris Eye-ringed Flatbill
pallidus Binford, 1965 vMountains of SW Mexico (Guerrero, S Oaxaca)
brevirostris (Cabanis, 1847) vS Mexico (S Veracruz, N and SE Oaxaca) to C Panama (W Panamá)
hellmayri Griscom, 1932 Mountains of E Panama (Darién) and extreme NW Colombia (Cerro Tacarcuna)
Rhynchocyclus olivaceus Olivaceous Flatbill
bardus (Bangs & Barbour, 1922) vE Panama and NW Colombia (N Chocó to S Bolívar)
mirus Meyer de Schauensee, 1950 vNW Colombia (lower Atrato valley)
flavus (Chapman, 1914) vN and C Colombia (E Magdalena, Cesar, E Norte de Santander, W Arauca to W Meta) and W Venezuela (east to Aragua and W Apure)
jelambianus Aveledo & L.A. Pérez, 1994 vNE Venezuela (Sucre, N Monagas) [Aveledo, 1994 #119]
tamborensis Todd, 1952 vNC Colombia (R. Lebrija in NW Santander)
aequinoctialis (P.L. Sclater, 1858) vS and SE Colombia, E Ecuador, E Peru, W Amazonian Brazil (south of R. Amazon, east to R. Madeira) and N Bolivia
guianensis F.V. McConnell, 1911 vS and E Venezuela (E Amazonas, Bolívar), the Guianas and N Brazil (north of R. Amazon, west to R. Negro)
sordidus Todd, 1952 vE Amazonian Brazil (south of R. Amazon, west to R. Tapajós)
olivaceus (Temminck, 1820) vE Brazil (Pernambuco to Rio de Janeiro)
Rhynchocyclus pacificus 39  (Chapman, 1914) Pacific Flatbill
vNW Colombia (C Chocó) to NW Ecuador (SW Pichincha)
Rhynchocyclus fulvipectus   (P.L. Sclater, 1860) Fulvous-breasted Flatbill
iAndes of SW Venezuela (S Táchira); W Andes and locally on W slope of E Andes of Colombia; E slope of Andes of N Ecuador (W Sucumbíos) to C Bolivia (Cochabamba)
TOLMOMYIAS Hellmayr, 1927 M - Platyrhynchus sulphurescens von Spix, 1825; type by original designation  
Tolmomyias sulphurescens40 Yellow-olive Flycatcher
cinereiceps (P.L. Sclater, 1859) S Mexico (S Veracruz, N and SE Oaxaca) to Costa Rica
flavoolivaceus (Lawrence, 1863) vW and WC Panama (Chiriquí, Colón) to NW Colombia (SW Bolívar)
asemus (Bangs, 1910) vW and WC Colombia (Chocó to SW Cauca, upper Cauca valley, head of Magdalena valley in S Huila)
exortivus (Bangs, 1908) vN Colombia (N Sucre to Guajira and Cesar) and N Venezuela (north of R. Orinoco, east to Sucre and Monagas)
berlepschi (E. Hartert & Goodson, 1917) Trinidad
cherriei (E. Hartert & Goodson, 1917) E Venezuela (Delta Amacuro and N Bolívar), the Guianas and N Brazil (upper R. Branco and Amapá)
duidae J.T. Zimmer, 1939 S Venezuela (Amazonas, S Bolívar) and NW Brazil (NE Amazonas)
confusus J.T. Zimmer, 1939 vSW Venezuela (Táchira, W Apure), C Colombia (Magdalena valley and E slope of E Andes), E slope of Andes of N Ecuador (W Sucumbíos, Napo)
aequatorialis (von Berlepsch & Taczanowski, 1884)41 αvNW Ecuador (Esmeraldas) to NW Peru (Piura)
peruvianus (Taczanowski, 1875)42 αvE slope of Andes of C Ecuador (W Morona-Santiago) to C Peru (Junín)
insignis J.T. Zimmer, 1939 vNE Peru (along south bank of R. Amazon and lower R. Ucayali) and W Amazonian Brazil (south of R. Amazon, east to R. Madeira, also north of R. Amazon, lower R. Negro to R. Nhamundá)
mixtus J.T. Zimmer, 1939 vE Amazonian Brazil (south of R. Amazon, west to R. Tocantins)
inornatus J.T. Zimmer, 1939 vE slope of Andes of SE Peru (N Puno)
pallescens (E. Hartert & Goodson, 1917) E, C and S Brazil (S Maranhão, Piauí and Paraíba to Bahia and Mato Grosso), N and E Bolivia to NW Argentina (Tucumán)
grisescens (C. Chubb, 1910)43 δC Paraguay and N Argentina (E Formosa to N Santa Fé)
sulphurescens (von Spix, 1825) E Paraguay, NE Argentina (Misiones) and SE Brazil (E Minas Gerais and Espírito Santo to Rio Grande do Sul)
Tolmomyias traylori   Schulenberg & T.A. Parker, 1997 Orange-eyed Flycatcher
iS Colombia (W Putumayo; SE Amazonas), E Ecuador and NE Peru (north of R. Amazon and R. Marañón in Loreto) [Schulenberg, 1997 #4433]
Tolmomyias assimilis Yellow-margined Flycatcher/Zimmer's Flatbill
1 flavotectus (E. Hartert, 1902)44 vNE Costa Rica to NC and W Colombia and NW Ecuador (Esmeraldas, NW Pichincha)
2 neglectus J.T. Zimmer, 1939 vE Colombia (Vichada to Vaupés), S Venezuela (Amazonas, NW Bolívar) and NW Brazil (north of R. Amazon, east to R. Negro)
2 examinatus (C. Chubb, 1920) vSE Venezuela (E and S Bolívar), the Guianas and N Brazil (north of R.Amazon, west to R. Negro)
2 obscuriceps J.T. Zimmer, 1939 SC Colombia (SW Meta to Putumayo), E Ecuador and NE Peru (north of R. Amazon)
2 clarus J.T. Zimmer, 1939 vE Peru (south of R. Marañón and R. Amazon)
2 assimilis (von Pelzeln, 1868) vC Amazonian Brazil (south of R. Amazon, R. Juruá to R. Canumã, R. Sucunduri and upper R. Tapajós)
2 paraensis J.T. Zimmer, 1939 vE Amazonian Brazil (west to R. Tocantins)
2 calamae J.T. Zimmer, 1939 SW Amazonian Brazil (Rondônia) and N Bolivia
sucunduri Whitney, Schunck, Rêgo & Silveira, 201345 C Amazonian Brazil (south of R. Amazon, R. Canumã and R. Sucunduri to lower R. Tapajós) [Whitney, 2013 #14826]
Tolmomyias poliocephalus Gray-crowned Flycatcher
poliocephalus (Taczanowski, 1884) vS Venezuela (S Amazonas), E and SE Colombia, E Ecuador, E Peru and W Amazonian Brazil (east to lower R. Negro and R. Tefé)
klagesi (Ridgway, 1906)46 C and E Venezuela (N Amazonas, Bolívar, Delta Amacuro)
sclateri (Hellmayr, 1903) The Guianas, E Amazonian Brazil (west to R. Negro and R. Purus), N Bolivia; coastal E Brazil (Pernambuco to Espírito Santo)
Tolmomyias flaviventris47 Yellow-breasted Flycatcher
1 aurulentus (Todd, 1913)48 vE Panama (Darién), N and E Colombia, N and C Venezuela, Trinidad and Tobago, the Guianas and N Brazil (R. Branco to N Pará and Amapá)
1 flaviventris (zu Wied, 1831) vC and E Brazil (west to R. Tapajós and Mato Grosso, south to N Bahia and Espírito Santo) and NE Bolivia (NE Santa Cruz)
1 dissors J.T. Zimmer, 1939 S Venezuela (N and C Amazonas, NW Bolívar); N Brazil (along N bank of R. Amazon at R. Nhamundá and S bank from R. Tapajós to R. Tocantins and Ilha de Marajó)
2 viridiceps (P.L. Sclater & Salvin, 1873)49 S and SE Colombia, E Ecuador, E Peru (Loreto, Ucayali) and W Amazonian Brazil (east to R. Negro and lower R. Madeira)
2 zimmeri J. Bond, 1947 C Peru (San Martín to E Junín)
2 subsimilis Carriker, 1935 vSE Peru (N Puno), NW Bolivia (Pando, N La Paz, Beni) and SW Amazonian Brazil (upper R. Madeira)
TRICCINAE50,51
MYIORNIS W. Bertoni, 1901 M - Euscarthmus minutus W. Bertoni, 1901; type by monotypy = Platyrhynchos auricularis Vieillot, 1818  
Myiornis auricularis52 Eared Pygmy Tyrant
cinereicollis (zu Wied, 1831)53 vSE Brazil (SE Bahia, E Minas Gerais, Espírito Santo).
auricularis (Vieillot, 1818) vE Paraguay, NE Argentina (Misiones) and SE Brazil (Rio de Janeiro to N Rio Grande do Sul)
Myiornis albiventris   (von Berlepsch & Stolzmann, 1894) White-bellied Pygmy Tyrant
vLocally on E slope of Andes of C Peru (San Martín) to C Bolivia (W Santa Cruz)
Myiornis atricapillus 54  (Lawrence, 1875) Black-capped Pygmy Tyrant
iCaribbean slope of Costa Rica to C Panama, both slopes of E Panama, NC and W Colombia and NW Ecuador (NW Pichincha)
Myiornis ecaudatus55 Short-tailed Pygmy Tyrant
miserabilis (C. Chubb, 1919) vE Colombia, W, N and S Venezuela (Táchira, Mérida, Barinas; Carabobo; Amazonas, Bolívar), Trinidad, the Guianas and N Brazil (north of R. Amazon, west to upper R. Negro)
ecaudatus (d'Orbigny & Lafresnaye, 1837) vE Ecuador, E Peru, Amazonian Brazil (south of R. Amazon), N and E Bolivia
ONCOSTOMA P.L. Sclater, 1862 N - Todirostrum cinereigulare P.L. Sclater, 1857; type by monotypy  
Oncostoma cinereigulare 56  (P.L. Sclater, 1857) Northern Bentbill
vS Mexico (S Veracruz, N Oaxaca) to W Panama (Bocas del Toro, W Chiriquí)
Oncostoma olivaceum   (Lawrence, 1862) Southern Bentbill
vC and E Panama (west to Colón and C Panamá), N and NW Colombia (Chocó to Magdalena and N Cundinamarca)
LOPHOTRICCUS von Berlepsch, 1884 M - Todirostrum squamaecrista Lafresnaye, 1846; type by subsequent designation (Sharpe, 1884, Zool. Record for 1883, Aves, p. 34).  57
Lophotriccus pileatus Scale-crested Pygmy Tyrant
luteiventris Taczanowski, 1884 vFoothills and mountains of Costa Rica and Panama
santaeluciae Todd, 1952 δSierra de Perijá; Andes of Venezuela, mountains of N Venezuela (Falcón to NW Anzoátegui)
squamaecrista (Lafresnaye, 1846) W slope of the Andes in Colombia and adjacent lowlands of Ecuador and N Peru (Tumbes)
pileatus (von Tschudi, 1844) vE slope of Andes of Ecuador to C Peru (Junín)
hypochlorus von Berlepsch & Stolzmann, 1906 vE slope of Andes of SE Peru (Cuzco to Puno)
Lophotriccus vitiosus58 Double-banded Pygmy Tyrant
affinis J.T. Zimmer, 1940 vSE Colombia, NW Brazil (north of R. Amazon, east to upper R. Negro), E Ecuador and NE Peru (north of R. Amazon)
guianensis J.T. Zimmer, 1940 vThe Guianas and N Brazil (north of R. Amazon, west to lower R. Negro)
vitiosus (Bangs & T.E. Penard, 1921) vC Peru (south of R. Marañón and west of R. Ucayali from S Loreto to Huánuco)
congener Todd, 1925 E Peru (south of R. Amazon, east of R. Ucayali) and adjacent W Brazil (W Amazonas)
Lophotriccus eulophotes   Todd, 1925 Long-crested Pygmy Tyrant
iSW Amazonian Brazil (drainage of upper R. Purus), SE Peru (S Ucayali, Madre de Dios) and NW Bolivia (Pando)
Lophotriccus galeatus   (Boddaert, 1783) Helmeted Pygmy Tyrant
vE Colombia, S and E Venezuela, the Guianas, E Amazonian Brazil (west to R. Negro and R. Tapajós); NE Peru (N Loreto)
ATALOTRICCUS Ridgway, 1905 M - Colopterus pilaris Cabanis, 1847; type by original designation  
Atalotriccus pilaris Pale-eyed Pygmy Tyrant
wilcoxi Griscom, 1924 Pacific slope of W and C Panama (Chiriquí to C Panamá)
pilaris (Cabanis, 1847) vN Colombia (Bolívar to Guajira, south to Huila and W Meta), NW Venezuela (Zulia, W Táchira)
venezuelensis Ridgway, 190659 vN Venezuela (Falcón to Apure and Monagas)
griseiceps (Hellmayr, 1911) Extreme E Colombia (E Vichada), C and E Venezuela (N Amazonas, N Bolívar, Delta Amacuro); SW Guyana and adjacent N Brazil (NE Roraima)
HEMITRICCUS Cabanis & F. Heine, Sr., 1860 M - Muscicapa diops Temminck, 1822; type by monotypy  60
Hemitriccus minor61 Snethlage's Tody Tyrant
minor (E. Snethlage, 1907) vE Amazonian Brazil (south of R. Amazon, R. Xingu to R. Tocantins)
snethlageae (E.H. Snethlage, 1937)62 C Amazonian Brazil (south of R. Amazon, R. Madeira to R. Tapajós) and NE Bolivia (E Beni, Santa Cruz)
pallens (Todd, 1925) W Amazonian Brazil (east to R. Negro and R. Madeira)
Hemitriccus cohnhafti 63  K.J. Zimmer, Whittaker, Sardelli, Guilherme & Aleixo, 2013 Acre Tody Tyrant
SE Peru (NE Madre de Dios) and SW Amazonian Brazil (extreme S Acre) [Zimmer, 2013 #14825]
Hemitriccus spodiops 64  (von Berlepsch, 1901) Yungas Tody Tyrant
iE slope of Andes of extreme S Peru (S Puno) to C Bolivia (W Santa Cruz)
Hemitriccus flammulatus Flammulated Pygmy Tyrant/Flammulated Bamboo Tyrant
flammulatus von Berlepsch, 1901 vE Peru (San Martín to Madre de Dios), SW Brazil (Acre; S Rondônia) and N Bolivia (south to N Cochabamba and N Santa Cruz)
olivascens (Todd, 1915) C Bolivia (R. Surutú in W Santa Cruz)
Hemitriccus diops 65  (Temminck, 1822) Drab-breasted Pygmy Tyrant/Drab-breasted Bamboo Tyrant
iSE Brazil (SE Bahia to N Rio Grande do Sul), E Paraguay and NE Argentina (Misiones)
Hemitriccus obsoletus Brown-breasted Pygmy Tyrant/Brown-breasted Bamboo Tyrant
obsoletus (Miranda-Ribeiro, 1905)66 vMountains of SE Brazil (E São Paulo, W Rio de Janeiro)
zimmeri Traylor, 1979 Mountains of SE Brazil (S Paraná to N Rio Grande do Sul) and NE Argentina (Misiones)
Hemitriccus josephinae   (C. Chubb, 1914) Boat-billed Tody Tyrant
iLocally in the Guianas and N Brazil (north of R. Amazon, west to lower R. Negro)
Hemitriccus zosterops White-eyed Tody Tyrant
zosterops (von Pelzeln, 1868) E Ecuador, NE Peru, SE Colombia, S Venezuela, N Brazil (north of R. Amazon), E Surinam, French Guiana
flaviviridis (J.T. Zimmer, 1940) vC Peru (south of R. Marañón and west of R. Ucayali from C Amazonas to E Pasco)
naumburgae (J.T. Zimmer, 1945)67 NE Brazil (Rio Grande do Norte to Alagoas)
Hemitriccus griseipectus 68  (E. Snethlage, 1907) White-bellied Tody Tyrant
E Peru (south of R. Amazon, east of R. Ucayali and R. Urubamba), S Amazonian Brazil (south of R. Amazon) and N Bolivia
Hemitriccus orbitatus   (zu Wied, 1831) Eye-ringed Tody Tyrant
vSE Brazil (Espírito Santo to Paraná and NE Rio Grande do Sul)
Hemitriccus iohannis   (E. Snethlage, 1907) Johannes's Tody Tyrant
iE Peru, W Amazonian Brazil (east to R. Içá and upper R. Purus) and N Bolivia; locally in S Colombia (Putumayo, SE Amazonas) and E Ecuador (SE Pastaza)
Hemitriccus striaticollis Stripe-necked Tody Tyrant
striaticollis (Lafresnaye, 1853) vEC Colombia (Meta); N Peru (San Martín); SE Peru (Cuzco) to N Bolivia (Beni) and C and E Brazil (south of R. Amazon, R. Madeira to Ceará, Bahia and W Minas Gerais)
griseiceps (Todd, 1925)69 E Amazonian Brazil (lower R. Tapajós)
Hemitriccus nidipendulus Hangnest Tody Tyrant
nidipendulus (zu Wied, 1831) vE Brazil (Sergipe and E Bahia)
paulistus (Hellmayr, 1914) SE Brazil (Espírito Santo and S Minas Gerais to E São Paulo and NE Paraná)
Hemitriccus margaritaceiventer70,71 Pearly-vented Tody Tyrant
impiger (P.L. Sclater & Salvin, 1868) vN Colombia (Magdalena and Guajira, south in Magdalena valley to Santander) and N Venezuela (Zulia to W Sucre and Anzoátegui; Isla de Margarita)
septentrionalis (Chapman, 1914)72 vWC Colombia (upper Magdalena valley in Tolima and Huila)
chiribiquetensis Stiles, 199573 αvSC Colombia (Sierra de Chiribiquete in E Caquetá) [Stiles, 1995 #3736]
duidae (Chapman, 1929) Tepuis of SC Venezuela (Cerro Duida in Amazonas)
breweri (W.H. Phelps, Jr., 1977) Tepuis of S Venezuela (Meseta del Cerro Jaua in SW Bolívar)
auyantepui (Gilliard, 1941) Tepuis of SE Venezuela (SE Bolívar)
rufipes (von Tschudi, 1844) Locally in intermontane valleys on E slope of Andes of C Peru (south from Junín and Cuzco) to NW Bolivia (La Paz)
wuchereri (P.L. Sclater & Salvin, 1873) NE Brazil (Maranhão to Rio Grande do Norte and Bahia)
margaritaceiventer (d'Orbigny & Lafresnaye, 1837) E and SE Bolivia, EC and S Brazil (Mato Grosso and Goiás to W Minas Gerais and São Paulo), Paraguay and N Argentina
Hemitriccus inornatus 74  (von Pelzeln, 1868) Pelzeln's Tody Tyrant
vNW Brazil (R. Negro and tributaries)
Hemitriccus minimus 75  (Todd, 1925) Zimmer's Tody Tyrant
vLocally in E Ecuador (Pastaza), NE Peru (E Loreto), NE Bolivia (NE Santa Cruz) and C and E Amazonian Brazil (south of R. Amazon, west to R. Purus, also north of R. Amazon along lower R. Negro)
Hemitriccus granadensis76 Black-throated Tody Tyrant
lehmanni (Meyer de Schauensee, 1945) Santa Marta Mts. (N Colombia)
intensus (W.H. Phelps & W.H. Phelps, Jr., 1952) vW Venezuela (Sierra de Perijá; R. Chiquito in SW Táchira)
andinus (Todd, 1952)77 vE Andes of Colombia (Norte de Santander, Santander) and W Venezuela (Páramo de Tamá)
federalis (W.H. Phelps & W.H. Phelps, Jr., 1950) vCoastal Range of Venezuela (Distrito Federal)
granadensis (Hartlaub, 1843) vAndes of Colombia (south from Boyacá in E Andes) and N Ecuador (south on W slope to Carchi and on E slope to W Napo)
pyrrhops (Cabanis, 1874) E slope of Andes of S Ecuador (Morona-Santiago) to S Peru (Cuzco)
caesius (Carriker, 1932) vE slope of Andes of SE Peru (Puno) to C Bolivia (Cochabamba)
Hemitriccus cinnamomeipectus   Fitzpatrick & O'Neill, 1979 Cinnamon-breasted Tody Tyrant
iLocally on E slope of Andes of S Ecuador and N Peru (Cordillera del Cóndor, Cordillera de Colán and N San Martín) [Fitzpatrick, 1979 #1555]
Hemitriccus mirandae 78  (E. Snethlage, 1925) Buff-breasted Tody Tyrant
iLocally in mountains of NE Brazil (N Ceará, Paraíba, Pernambuco, Alagoas and NE Bahia)
Hemitriccus kaempferi   (J.T. Zimmer, 1953) Kaempfer's Tody Tyrant
iCoastal SE Brazil (SE Paraná and NE Santa Catarina)
Hemitriccus rufigularis   (Cabanis, 1873) Buff-throated Tody Tyrant
vLocally on E slope of Andes and outlying ridges of N Ecuador (W Napo) to C Bolivia (W Santa Cruz)
Hemitriccus furcatus   (Lafresnaye, 1846) Fork-tailed Pygmy Tyrant
vLocally in SE Brazil (SE Bahia; extreme S Minas Gerais, Rio de Janeiro and NE São Paulo)
POECILOTRICCUS von Berlepsch, 1884 M - Todirostrum lenzi von Berlepsch, 1884; type by monotypy = Todirhamphus ruficeps Kaup, 1852  79
Poecilotriccus ruficeps80,81 Rufous-crowned Tody Tyrant
melanomystax Hellmayr, 1927 Andes of W Venezuela (N Mérida, E Trujillo); C Andes (Antioquia to C Valle) and W slope of E Andes (Cundinamarca) of Colombia
ruficeps (Kaup, 1852) Andes of SW Venezuela (S Táchira) and E Andes of N Colombia (Norte de Santander, Santander); W and C Andes of SW Colombia (SW Valle, Cauca, W Huila), E slope of Andes of SW Colombia (Nariño) to S Ecuador (NE Loja)
rufigenis (P.L. Sclater & Salvin, 1877) vW slope of Andes of SW Colombia (Nariño) to SW Ecuador (Azuay)
peruvianus Chapman, 1924 vAndes of S Ecuador (S Loja, S Zamora-Chinchipe) and N Peru (N Cajamarca)
Poecilotriccus luluae   N.K. Johnson & R.E. Jones, 2001 Johnson's Tody Tyrant
iE slope of Andes of N Peru (S Amazonas, W San Martín) [Johnson, 2001 #2140]
Poecilotriccus albifacies 82  (Blake, 1959) White-cheeked Tody Tyrant
iSE Peru (NE Cuzco, S Madre de Dios)
Poecilotriccus capitalis 83  (P.L. Sclater, 1857) Black-and-white Tody Tyrant
vS Colombia (SE Nariño, SW Putumayo), E Ecuador, NE and E Peru (N Amazonas, N San Martín, N Loreto; E Pasco); S Amazonian Brazil (SW Amazonas, Rondônia, W Mato Grosso)
Poecilotriccus senex   (von Pelzeln, 1868) Buff-cheeked Tody Flycatcher
iC Amazonian Brazil (R. Madeira drainage in Amazonas and Rondônia)
Poecilotriccus russatus   (Salvin & Godman, 1884) Ruddy Tody Flycatcher
vTepuis of SE Venezuela (SE Bolívar) and adjacent W Guyana and N Brazil
Poecilotriccus plumbeiceps84 Ochre-faced Tody Flycatcher
obscurus (J.T. Zimmer, 1940) vE slope of Andes of SE Peru (Cuzco) to C Bolivia (Santa Cruz)
viridiceps (Salvadori, 1897) E slope of Andes of S Bolivia (Chuquisaca) to NW Argentina (Salta)
cinereipectus (Novaes, 1953) E Brazil (Alagoas; E Bahia, SE Minas Gerais, Espírito Santo)
plumbeiceps (Lafresnaye, 1846) E Paraguay, SE Brazil (Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo to Rio Grande do Sul), NE Argentina (Misiones, Corrientes) and NE Uruguay
Poecilotriccus fumifrons85 Smoky-fronted Tody Flycatcher
penardi (Hellmayr, 1905) Surinam and French Guiana
fumifrons (Hartlaub, 1853) E Amazonian Brazil (west to lower R. Negro and lower R. Tapajós); NE Brazil (coastal Paraíba to NE Bahia)
Poecilotriccus latirostris Rusty-fronted Tody Flycatcher
mituensis (Olivares, 1965) vSE Colombia (E Vaupés)
caniceps (Chapman, 1924) S Colombia (Caquetá, Amazonas) to E Ecuador, E Peru (south to Huánuco) and NW Brazil (east to R. Japurá and R. Tefé)
senectus (Griscom & Greenway, 1937) vE Amazonian Brazil (along R. Amazon, R. Trombetas to R. Tapajós)
latirostris (von Pelzeln, 1868) vW Amazonian Brazil (upper R. Juruá and R. Purus east to Parintins)
austroriparius (Todd, 1952) vE Amazonian Brazil (right bank of lower R. Tapajós)
mixtus (J.T. Zimmer, 1940) vSE Peru (N Puno) to N Bolivia (Beni, Cochabamba)
ochropterus (J.A. Allen, 1889) vS Brazil (Mato Grosso and Tocantins to Mato Grosso do Sul and NW São Paulo)
Poecilotriccus sylvia Slaty-headed Tody Flycatcher
schistaceiceps (P.L. Sclater, 1859) S Mexico (S Veracruz, N Oaxaca) to C Panama (Colón, C Panamá)
superciliaris (Lawrence, 1871) vN and C Colombia (Córdoba to Magdalena, south in Cauca valley to Valle, in Magdalena valley to N Huila and east of Andes to W Meta)
griseolus (Todd, 1913) vN and C Venezuela (south to N Amazonas and N Bolívar) and extreme E Colombia (E Vichada)
sylvia (Desmarest, 1806) N Brazil (NE Roraima), SW Guyana and French Guiana
schulzi (von Berlepsch, 1907) NE Brazil (E Pará to Piauí)
Poecilotriccus calopterus   (P.L. Sclater, 1857) Golden-winged Tody Flycatcher
vS Colombia (SE Nariño, W Putumayo), E Ecuador and NE Peru (Loreto)
Poecilotriccus pulchellus 86  (P.L. Sclater, 1874) Black-backed Tody Flycatcher
vE slope of Andes of SE Peru (E Cuzco, N Puno)
TODIROSTRUM Lesson, 1831 N - Todus cinereus Desmarest, 1805; type by subsequent designation (G.R. Gray, 1840, A List of the Genera of Birds, p. 31). = Todus cinereus Linnaeus, 1766  
Todirostrum maculatum Spotted Tody Flycatcher
amacurense Eisenmann & W.H. Phelps, Jr., 1971 vNE Venezuela (E Sucre, NE Monagas, Delta Amacuro), Trinidad and N Guyana
maculatum (Desmarest, 1806) vSurinam, French Guiana and E Amazonian Brazil (west to Amapá and R. Xingu)
signatum P.L. Sclater & Salvin, 1881 vSE Colombia (Caquetá, Amazonas), E Ecuador, E Peru, W Amazonian Brazil (east to lower R. Juruá and W Rondônia) and N Bolivia
annectens J.T. Zimmer, 1940 N Brazil (Roraima and N Amazonas, south to R. Negro)
diversum J.T. Zimmer, 1940 vC Amazonian Brazil (south of R. Amazon, R. Madeira to R. Tapajós, also along north bank of R. Amazon, R. Negro to R. Nhamundá)
Todirostrum poliocephalum   (zu Wied, 1831) Gray-headed Tody Flycatcher
vSE Brazil (SE Bahia and Minas Gerais to E Santa Catarina)
Todirostrum cinereum87 Common Tody Flycatcher
virididorsale Parkes, 1976 vS Mexico (R. Papaloapan drainage in SC Veracruz and adjacent N Oaxaca)
finitimum Bangs, 1904 vS Mexico (S Veracruz) to NW Costa Rica
wetmorei Parkes, 1976 C and E Costa Rica and Panama (including Isla de Coiba)
cinereum (Linnaeus, 1766) vColombia (except SW and SE), Venezuela (except NW and S), the Guianas and N Brazil (E Roraima to Amapá)
sclateri (Cabanis & F. Heine, Sr., 1860) αSW Colombia (SW Cauca) to NW Peru (Lambayeque)
peruanum J.T. Zimmer, 1930 vE slope of Andes of N Ecuador (W Sucumbíos) to S Peru (Cuzco)
cearae Cory, 1916 NE Brazil (E Pará to Ceará, Alagoas and N Bahia)
coloreum Ridgway, 1906 vN Bolivia, N Paraguay, S and SE Brazil (S Mato Grosso to Espírito Santo and São Paulo) and NE Argentina (Misiones)
Todirostrum viridanum   Hellmayr, 1927 Maracaibo Tody Flycatcher
vCoastal NW Venezuela (N Zulia, N Falcón)
Todirostrum nigriceps   P.L. Sclater, 1855 Black-headed Tody Flycatcher
iE Costa Rica to N and W Colombia, extreme W Venezuela (W Zulia, NW Barinas) and W Ecuador (Guayas)
Todirostrum pictum   Salvin, 1897 Painted Tody Flycatcher
vS and E Venezuela (Amazonas, Bolívar), the Guianas and N Brazil (north of R. Amazon, west to R. Negro)
Todirostrum chrysocrotaphum88 Yellow-browed Tody Flycatcher
guttatum von Pelzeln, 1868 vSE Colombia (south from W Meta and Guainía), E Ecuador, NE Peru (NE Loreto) and W Amazonian Brazil (north of R. Amazon, east to R. Negro)
chrysocrotaphum Strickland, 1850 vN Peru and W Amazonian Brazil (along south bank of R. Amazon to Tefé)
neglectum Carriker, 1932 vE Peru, N Bolivia and W Amazonian Brazil (south of R. Amazon, east to R. Madeira)
simile J.T. Zimmer, 1940 vE Amazonian Brazil (left bank of lower R. Tapajós)
illigeri (Cabanis & F. Heine, Sr., 1860) αE Amazonian Brazil (south of R. Amazon, west to R. Tapajós)

1 The genera included here were previously within the Tyrannidae. Arrangement based on Rheindt et al. (2008) [Rheindt, 2008 #10421], Tello et al (2009) [Tello, 2009 #12002] and Ohlson et al. (2013) [Ohlson, 2013 #14349].
2 This family-group names has had more use, e.g. by Sibley & Monroe (1990) [Sibley, 1990 #3636], than Rhynchocyclidae and is retained on this basis. The genus group name Pipromorpha Gray, 1855 is subsumed in Mionectes Cabanis, 1844.
3 Considered to form a superspecies with P. simplex; see Sibley & Monroe (1990) [Sibley, 1990 #3636].
4 Schulenberg et al. (2007) [Schulenberg, 2007 #14480] recognised haplopteryx von Berlepsch & Stolzmann, 1896 [von Berlepsch, 1896] from C Peru and regarded birds from S Peru as an undescribed subspecies.
5 For transfer from the Conopophagidae to the Tyrannidae see Ames et al. (1968) [Ames, 1968 #5772] and Traylor (1979) [Traylor, 1979 #3870].
6 Includes subtorquata; see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
7 Considered to form a superspecies with C. torquatus; see Sibley & Monroe (1990) [Sibley, 1990 #3636].
8 For correct date see Dickinson et al. (2011) [Dickinson, 2011 #13287].
9 Considered to form a superspecies with P. flavovirens, P. virescens, P. beckeri and P. kronei; see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
10 Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197] accepted subspecies but very doubtfully.
11 May form a superspecies with P. flaviventris and P. parkeri, and perhaps other species; see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
12 For spelling paulista see Straube & Pacheco (2002) [Straube, 2002 #9452].
13 The seven species of bristle tyrants are here treated in the genus Pogonotriccus following Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
14 Includes pifanoi Aveledo & Pons, 1952 [Aveledo, 1952 #114]; see Fitzpatrick, 2004 [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
15 Considered to form a superspecies with P. lanyoni; see Sibley & Monroe (1990) [Sibley, 1990 #3636].
16 Includes selvae; considered by Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197] to represent a zone of intergradation between columbianus and viridiceps.
17 Includes poliocephalus; considered by Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197] to represent a zone of intergradation between nominate subspecies and palamblae.
18 Includes pallidus and meridae; see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
19 Mistakenly called venezuelanus in Dickinson (2003) [Dickinson, 2003 #9533].
20 Subspecies groups based on Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197]; for suggestion this species may comprise several, see Miller et al. (2008) [Miller, 2008 #10559].
21 Includes obscura, dyscolus, and lutescens; see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
22 Includes intensa, wallacei, chloronotus, hauxwelli, and maynana; see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
23 Includes amazona; see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
24 Includes mercedesfosterae Dickerman & Phelps, 1987 [Dickerman, 1987 #1339]; see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
25 Possibly a separate species; see Restall et al. (2006) [Restall, 2006 #12477].
26 May deserve treatment as a separate species; see Miller et al. (2008) [Miller, 2008 #10559].
27 Species sequence follows Bates & Zink (1994) [Bates, 1994 #234].
28 Includes faustus; see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
29 The cover of the issue of January, 1866, shows that this, the November, 1865 issue was not yet out.
30 Includes obscuritergum; see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
31 For correct date see Duncan (1937) [Duncan, 1937 #1442].
32 Includes hellmayri, transandinus, poliocephalus, venezuelensis, and pariae; see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
33 May represent a distinct species; see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
34 Includes venezuelanus; see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
35 Considered to form a superspecies with L. taczanowskii; see Sibley & Monroe (1990) [Sibley, 1990 #3636].
36 Sometimes included in Poecilotriccus, e.g. by Traylor (1979) [Traylor, 1979 #3870]; but see Ridgely & Tudor (1994) [Ridgely, 1994 #3272] and Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
37 Doubtfully diagnosable, see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
38 Includes panamensis, considered undiagnosable from nominate subspecies; see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
39 Formerly treated as a subspecies of R. brevirostris, but see A.O.U. (1998) [A.O.U., 1998 #9].
40 Probably comprises multiple species; see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
41 For correct date see Duncan (1937) [Duncan, 1937 #1442].
42 For correct date see Duncan (1937) [Duncan, 1937 #1442].
43 Correct original spelling. Spelling grisecens in Dickinson (2003) [Dickinson, 2003 #9533] was an ISS.
44 May merit treatment as a separate species; see Ridgely & Greenfield (2001) [Ridgely, 2001 #3274] and Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
45 Proposed as a species; evaluation by S.A.C.C. pending.
46 Doubtfully diagnosable from sclateri; see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
47 May comprise more than one species but groupings unresolved; see Bates et al. (1992) [Bates, 1992 #233] and Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197]. Suggested groups reflect split by Ridgely & Greenfield (2001) [Ridgely, 2001 #3274] and by Hilty (2003) [Hilty, 2003 #12443].
48 Includes collingwoodi; see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
49 For treatment as a separate species see Ridgely & Greenfield (2001) [Ridgely, 2001 #3274] and Hilty (2003) [Hilty, 2003 #12443].
50 For establishment of subfamily tribe see Tello et al. (2009) [Tello, 2009 #12002].
51 The genus name Triccus is a junior synonym of Todirostrum Lesson, 1831; see Bock (1994) [Bock, 1994 #398]; Bock's view (his p. 198) is superseded by Article 40.1 of the Code (I.C.Z.N., 1999) [I.C.Z.N., 1999 #2059]; this family-group name does not require replacement on the basis of synonymy. See also Tello et al. (2009) [Tello, 2009 #12002] whose new family group name Todirostrinae is an unnecessary junior synonym.
52 Forms a superspecies with M. albiventris; see Sibley & Monroe (1990) [Sibley, 1990 #3636].
53 For recognition, see Traylor (1979) [Traylor, 1979 #3870]. Omitted in error by Dickinson, (2003) [Dickinson, 2003 #9533].
54 For treatment as a separate species from M. ecaudatus see Sibley & Monroe (1990) [Sibley, 1990 #3636].
55 Forms a superspecies with M. atricapillus; see Sibley & Monroe (1990) [Sibley, 1990 #3636] and Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
56 Forms a superspecies with O. olivaceum; see Sibley & Monroe (1990) [Sibley, 1990 #3636] and Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
57 For correct date see Duncan (1937) [Duncan, 1937 #1442].
58 Forms a superspecies with L. eulophotes; see Sibley & Monroe (1990) [Sibley, 1990 #3636] and Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
59 Doubtfully diagnosable from pilaris; see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
60 Not a monophyletic genus; see Tello & Bates (2007) [Tello, 2007 #10650], Ohlson et al. (2008) [Ohlson, 2008 #10820], Rheindt et al. (2008) [Rheindt, 2008 #11257], Tello et al. (2009) [Tello, 2009 #12002].
61 Formerly included H. minimus, but see Stotz (1992) [Stotz, 1992 #3754].
62 Not a synonym of minima Todd, 1925 which is transferred and takes precedence over H. aenigma; see Stotz (1992) [Stotz, 1992 #3754]. However, this taxon is doubtfully diagnosable from minor, see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
63 The authors considered this to be sister to H. spodiops.
64 For placement next to H. minor see Cohn-Haft (1996) [Cohn-Haft, 1996 #1005].
65 Considered to form a superspecies with H. obsoletus and H. flammulatus; see Sibley & Monroe (1990) [Sibley, 1990 #3636].
66 For affirmation of 1905 see Miranda-Ribeiro (1923) [Miranda-Ribeiro, 1923 #14303].
67 Traylor (1979) [Traylor, 1979 #3870] treated H. zosterops and H. griseipectus as conspecific; in separating these Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197] placed naumburgae with H. zosterops but acknowledged vocal similarities to H. griseipectus.
68 For treatment as a separate species from H. zosterops see Cohn-Haft et al. (1997) [Cohn-Haft, 1997 #1006] and Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
69 Doubtfully diagnosable; see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
70 Considered to form a superspecies with H. inornatus by Sibley & Monroe (1990) [Sibley, 1990 #3636]; but Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004, 12197] links the latter to H. minimus.
71 May comprise more than one species; see Ridgely & Greenfield (2001) [Ridgely, 2001 #3274] and Hilty (2003) [Hilty, 2003 #12443].
72 Doubtfully diagnosable from impiger, see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
73 1995 publication date corroborated by the author.
74 Probably forms a superspecies with H. minimus; see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197]; but see also footnote to H. margaritaceiventer.
75 Previously called H. aenigma but H. minor minimus transferred to this species and, having seniority, minimus becomes the specific name; see Stotz (1992) [Stotz, 1992 #3754].
76 Probably comprises more than one species; see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
77 Doubtfully diagnosable from intensus, see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
78 Considered to form a superspecies with H. cinnamomeipectus and H. kaempferi; see Sibley & Monroe (1990) [Sibley, 1990 #3636].
79 For inclusion of species formerly placed in Todirostrum, see Lanyon (1988) [Lanyon, 1988 #2325]; but genus as now circumscribed not considered to be monophyletic, see Tello et al. (2009) [Tello, 2009 #12002].
80 Forms a superspecies with P. luluae; see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
81 Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197] also cited Johnson (2002) [Johnson, 2002 #2141] who noted two vocally attuned, but morphologically distinct, groups; the disjunct distribution of these taxa leaves their status unresolved.
82 Treated as a synonym of P. tricolor by Traylor (1979) [Traylor, 1979 #3870], but that name transferred to the synonymy of P. capitalis by Traylor & Fitzpatrick (1982) [Traylor, 1982 #14490].
83 P. tricolor is a synonym; see Parker et al. (1997) [Parker, 1997 #2910].
84 Considered to form a superspecies with P. russatus; see Sibley & Monroe (1990) [Sibley, 1990 #3636].
85 Considered to form a superspecies with P. latirostris; see Sibley & Monroe (1990) [Sibley, 1990 #3636].
86 Treated as a subspecies of Todirostrum calopterum by Traylor (1979) [Traylor, 1979 #3870]. However, Sibley & Monroe (1990) [Sibley, 1990 #3636] treated the two forms as groups. For treatment at species rank see Fitzpatrick (2004) [Fitzpatrick, 2004 #12197].
87 Considered to form a superspecies with T. viridanum; see Sibley & Monroe (1990) [Sibley, 1990 #3636].
88 Considered to form a superspecies with T. nigriceps and T. pictum; see Sibley & Monroe (1990) [Sibley, 1990 #3636].
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