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- helmetshrike, Prionops alberti Red-billed helmetshrike, Prionops caniceps Rufous-bellied helmetshrike, Prionops rufiventris Retz's helmetshrike, Prionops retzii...
- The Gabela helmetshrike (Prionops gabela) is a species of bird in the helmetshrike family Prionopidae, formerly usually included in the Malaconotidae....
- Genus: Prionops Yellow-crested helmetshrike, Prionops alberti Red-billed helmetshrike, Prionops caniceps Rufous-bellied helmetshrike, Prionops rufiventris...
- The rufous-bellied helmetshrike or Gabon helmetshrike (Prionops rufiventris) is a p****erine bird belonging to the helmetshrike family, Prionopidae. It...
- The grey-crested helmetshrike (Prionops poliolophus) is a species of bird in the helmetshrike family Prionopidae, formerly usually included in the Malaconotidae...
- The yellow-crested helmetshrike (Prionops alberti) is a species of bird in the helmetshrike family Prionopidae, formerly usually included in the Malaconotidae...
- The white-crested helmetshrike (Prionops plumatus), also known as the white helmetshrike, is a species of p****erine bird in the helmetshrike family Prionopidae...
- The red-billed helmetshrike or chestnut-bellied helmetshrike (Prionops caniceps) is a species of bird in the helmetshrike family, Prionopidae, formerly...
- The chestnut-fronted helmetshrike (Prionops scopifrons) is a species of bird in the helmetshrike family Prionopidae, formerly usually included in the Malaconotidae...
- The Retz's helmetshrike (Prionops retzii) is a species of bird in the helmetshrike family Vangidae, formerly usually included in the Malaconotidae. Four...
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