|A Yellow Warbler and American Redstart, both members of this group and Parulidae.|
|Clade:|| Nine-primaried oscines|
|Clade:|| Blackbird and warbler group|
Blackbird/warbler group is an informal grouping of Phaenicophilidae, incertae sedis genera: Teretistris and Zeledonia, Icteridae and Parulidae. It is used to show the relationships between other nine-primaried oscines.
Remarkably diverse, New World warblers are a group of small, insectivorous birds known for their colourful plumage and behavioural variation. Icterids are a diverse family of passerines exclusive to the New World, not unlike the warblers. The Teretistris are endemic to Cuba, while the Wrenthrush is found from Costa Rica to Panama.
- ^ a b John H. Boyd III (September 12, 2011). "CORE PASSEROIDEA IV: Emberizidae and Passerellidae". TiF Checklist. Retrieved 14-08-2020. Check date values in:
|This article is part of Project Bird Taxonomy, a All Birds project that aims to write comprehensive articles on every order, family and other taxonomic rank related to birds.|