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Veniliornis (Woodpecker)

Wikipedia Abstract

Veniliornis is a genus of birds in the Picidae family. They are native to Central and South America. The name of the genus was introduced by the French ornithologist Charles Lucien Bonaparte in 1854. The word Veniliornis combines the name of the Roman deity Venilia with the Greek word ornis meaning bird. The genus contains the following 14 species:
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Species

Veniliornis affinis (Red-stained Woodpecker) (Attributes)
Veniliornis callonotus (Scarlet-backed Woodpecker) (Attributes)
Veniliornis cassini (Golden-collared Woodpecker) (Attributes)
Veniliornis chocoensis (Choco Woodpecker) (Attributes)
Veniliornis dignus (Yellow-vented Woodpecker) (Attributes)
Veniliornis frontalis (Dot-fronted Woodpecker) (Attributes)
Veniliornis fumigatus (Smoky-brown Woodpecker) (Attributes)
Veniliornis kirkii (Red-rumped Woodpecker) (Attributes)
Veniliornis maculifrons (Yellow-eared Woodpecker)
Veniliornis nigriceps (Bar-bellied Woodpecker) (Attributes)
Veniliornis passerinus (Little Woodpecker) (Attributes)
Veniliornis sanguineus (Blood-colored Woodpecker) (Attributes)
Veniliornis spilogaster (White-spotted Woodpecker) (Attributes)

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