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|Red-headed Barbet (Eubucco bourcierii)|
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Eubucco is a genus of colourful birds in the Capitonidae family. They are found in humid forest in South and Central America, and the species have almost entirely allo- or parapatric distributions. Slightly smaller than the members of the genus Capito, members of the genus Eubucco are all sexually dimorphic, have stubby yellowish bills, green backs, yellow to the neck or underparts, and, at least in the males, red to the head. Typically seen singly or in pairs, they are primarily frugivorous, but also take arthropods.
- Red-headed Barbet (Eubucco bourcierii)
- Lemon-throated Barbet (Eubucco richardsoni)
- Scarlet-hooded Barbet (Eubucco tucinkae)
- Versicoloured Barbet (Eubucco versicolor)
- Schulenberg, T., D. Stotz, D. Lane, J. O'Neill, & T. Parker III. (2007). Birds of Peru. Christopher Helm Publishers. ISBN 978-0-7136-8673-9
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