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- The manakins are a family, Pipridae, of small suboscine p****erine birds. The group contains some 54 species distributed through the American tropics. The...
- red-capped manakin (Ceratopipra mentalis) is a species of bird in the family Pipridae. It is found in Belize, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras...
- is a species of critically endangered bird from the family of manakins (Pipridae). It was discovered in 1996 and scientifically described in 1998. The species...
- Mountains of Colombia and northwestern Ecuador. The manakins are a family (Pipridae) of small bird species of subtropical and tropical Central and South America...
- are those recognised by the International Ornithologists' Union (IOC). Pipridae: manakins Cotingidae: cotingas Tityridae: tityras, sharpbill, becards (includes...
- (Antilophia galeata) is a species of small p****erine bird in the family Pipridae. Unlike most manakins, a family ****ociated with tropical rainforests, the...
- antthrushes Furnariidae: ovenbirds and woodcreepers Parvorder Tyrannida Pipridae: manakins Cotingidae: cotingas Tityridae: tityras and allies Tyrannidae:...
- manakin (Chiroxiphia caudata) is a small species of bird in the family Pipridae. It is found mainly in the Atlantic Forest of south-eastern Brazil, eastern...
- Pipra is a genus of birds in the manakin family Pipridae. The genus Pipra was introduced by the Swedish naturalist Carl Linnaeus in 1764. The name was...
- Tree Methods for Reconstructing the Phylogeny of Bearded Manakins (Aves: Pipridae, Manacus) from Multilocus Sequence Data". Systematic Biology. 57 (5): 719–731...