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Cabanis & Heine, 1859
Hemitriccus is a genus of small South American birds in the Rhynchocyclidae family. They are commonly known as tody-tyrants or bamboo-tyrants, but the former name is (or was) also shared with several members of the genus Poecilotriccus. Several species from the genus Hemitriccus are very similar, and consequently best separated by their voice.
It contains the following species:
- Flammulated Pygmy-Tyrant / Flammulated Bamboo-Tyrant, Hemitriccus flammulatus
- Drab-breasted Pygmy-Tyrant / Drab-breasted Bamboo-Tyrant, Hemitriccus diops
- Brown-breasted Pygmy-Tyrant / Brown-breasted Bamboo-Tyrant, Hemitriccus obsoletus
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