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Attila is a genus of tropical passerine birds, the attilas. They belong to the tyrant flycatcher family. The species in this genus have large heads and hooked bills; they are markedly predatory and aggressive for their size - hence the scientific and common names, which refer to Attila the Hun.
- Rufous-tailed Attila, Attila phoenicurus
- Cinnamon Attila, Attila cinnamomeus
- Ochraceous Attila, Attila torridus
- Citron-bellied Attila, Attila citriniventris
- Bright-rumped Attila, Attila spadiceus
- Flammulated Attila, Attila (spadiceus) flammulatus
- Dull-capped Attila, Attila bolivianus
- Grey-hooded Attila, Attila rufus
- Hilty, Steven L. (2003): Birds of Venezuela. Christopher Helm, London. ISBN 0-7136-6418-5
- Stiles, F. Gary & Skutch, Alexander Frank (1989): A guide to the birds of Costa Rica. Comistock, Ithaca. ISBN 0-8014-9600-4
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