|Female Jameson's Antpecker (Parmoptila jamesoni)|
|Family:||Estrildidae (but see text)|
The antpeckers, Parmoptila, are a genus of songbirds that range across the tropical forests of western and central Africa. This genus has been placed in a number of families; at present it is placed tentatively with the estrildid finches due to similarities in breeding behaviour.
- Red-fronted Antpecker, Parmoptila rubrifrons
- Jameson's Antpecker, Parmoptila jamesoni - often included in P. rubrifrons
- Woodhouse's Antpecker, Parmoptila woodhousei
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