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Hirundo (barn swallows)

Wikipedia Abstract

The bird genus Hirundo is a group of passerines in the family Hirundinidae (swallows and martins). These are the typical swallows, including the widespread barn swallow. Many of this group have blue backs, red on the face and sometimes the rump or nape, and whitish or rufous underparts.
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Species

Hirundo aethiopica (Ethiopian Swallow) (Attributes)
Hirundo albigularis (White-throated Swallow) (Attributes)
Hirundo angolensis (Angola Swallow) (Attributes)
Hirundo atrocaerulea (Blue Swallow) (Attributes)
Hirundo dimidiata (Pearl-breasted Swallow) (Attributes)
Hirundo domicola (Hill Swallow) (Attributes)
Hirundo leucosoma (Pied-winged Swallow) (Attributes)
Hirundo lucida (Red-chested Swallow) (Attributes)
Hirundo megaensis (White-tailed Swallow) (Attributes)
Hirundo neoxena (Welcome Swallow) (Attributes)
Hirundo nigrita (White-bibbed Swallow) (Attributes)
Hirundo nigrorufa (Black-and-rufous Swallow) (Attributes)
Hirundo rustica (Barn Swallow) (Attributes)
Hirundo smithii (Wire-tailed Swallow) (Attributes)
Hirundo tahitica (Pacific Swallow) (Attributes)

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