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Pipilo (towhees)

Wikipedia Abstract

Pipilo is a genus of birds in the family Emberizidae (which also includes the buntings, American sparrows, and juncos). It is one of two genera of birds usually identified as towhees.There has been considerable debate over the taxonomy of towhees in recent years. Two species complexes have been identified, the rufous-sided complex (involving Pipilo erythrophthalmus, P. maculatus, P. socorroensis, P. ocai and P. chlorurus), and the brown towhee complex (involving Melozone crissalis, M.
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Pipilo chlorurus (Green-tailed Towhee) (Attributes)
Pipilo erythrophthalmus (Rufous-sided Towhee) (Attributes)
Pipilo maculatus (Spotted Towhee) (Attributes)
Pipilo naufragus (Bermuda towhee)
Pipilo ocai (Collared Towhee) (Attributes)
Pipilo socorroensis <Unverified Name> (Socorro Towhee) (Endangered)


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