|Go-away-birds and plantain-eaters|
Go-away-birds and plantain-eaters, Criniferinae are a subfamily of turacos.
Bare-faced Go-away-bird forms a superspecies with Grey Go-away-bird. Within Criniferinae, Veron and Winney (2000) and Njabo and Sorenson (2009) found that the White-bellied Go-away-bird is sister to the rest, and placed in the genus Criniferoides (Roberts, 1926).
- White-bellied Go-away-bird, Criniferoides leucogaster
- Grey Go-away-bird, Corythaixoides concolor
- Bare-faced Go-away-bird, Corythaixoides personatus
- Western Plantain-eater, Crinifer piscator
- Eastern Plantain-eater, Crinifer zonurus
- ^ a b Sinclair, Ian; Ryan, Peter (2010). Birds of Africa south of the Sahara (2nd ed.). Cape Town: Struik Nature. pp. 670–671. ISBN 9781770076235.
- ^ Veron, G., and B.J. Winney (2000), Phylogenetic relationships within the turacos (Musophagidae), Ibis 142, 446-456.
- ^ Njabo, K.Y., and M.D. Sorenson (2009), Origin of Bannerman's Turaco Tauraco bannermani in relation to historical climate change and the distribution of West African montane forests, Ostrich 80, 1-8.
- ^ Some changes in nomenclature, new records of migrants and new forms of S. African birds Roberts, Austin,, 11, 217-225 (1926), publicationName = "Northern Flagship Institute", issn = "0041-1752", abstract= "A list of necessary changes in nomenclature and additions to the list of South African birds. New records of migrant birds and new forms of South African birds are included."
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