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Melozone (Ground sparrow)

Wikipedia Abstract

Melozone is a genus of mostly neotropical birds in the Emberizidae family, found mainly in Mexico. Three species reach as far north as the southwestern United States, two species reach as far south as Costa Rica, and two are endemic to Mexico. The following species are in the genus Melozone: Prevost's ground sparrow (Melozone biarcuata) Rusty-crowned ground sparrow (Melozone kieneri) White-eared ground sparrow (Melozone leucotis)↑
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Species

Melozone aberti (Abert's Towhee) (Attributes)
Melozone albicollis (White-throated Towhee) (Attributes)
Melozone biarcuata (Prevost's Ground-Sparrow) (Attributes)
Melozone cabanisi (Cabanis's Ground Sparrow)
Melozone crissalis (California Towhee) (Attributes)
Melozone fusca (Canyon Towhee) (Attributes)
Melozone kieneri (Rusty-crowned Ground-Sparrow) (Attributes)
Melozone leucotis (White-eared Ground-Sparrow) (Attributes)

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