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|Grayish baywing, Agelaioides badius|
|Clade:||Blackbird and warbler group|
The baywings are two species of birds in the genus Agelaioides, which were described in the early 19th century. These species are found in Brazil and in the case of A. badius, also Argentina, Bolivia, Uruguay, and Paraguay. They were formerly in included in genus Molothrus with cowbirds.
- Greyish Baywing, Agelaioides badius (Vieillot, 1819)
- Pale Baywing, Agelaioides fringillarius (von Spix, 1824)
- "Proposal (#642) to South American Classification Committee: Elevate subspecies Agelaioides badius fringillarius (Pale Baywing) to species rank". American Ornithologists' Union. 2015. Retrieved 8 September 2017.
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