I. Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, 1832
Two additional species, the Rock Earthcreeper and the Straight-billed Earthcreeper, were formerly placed in this genus, but have now been moved to Ochetorhynchus. Comparably, the Chaco Earthcreeper and the Bolivian Earthcreeper were formerly placed in this genus, but have now been moved to Tarphonomus, and the Striated Earthcreeper has been moved to Geocerthia.
- White-throated Earthcreeper (Upucerthia albigula)
- Scaly-throated Earthcreeper (Upucerthia dumetaria)
- Patagonian Forest Earthcreeper (Upucerthia saturatior) – formerly a subspecies of U. dumetaria.
- Plain-breasted Earthcreeper (Upucerthia jelskii)
- Buff-breasted Earthcreeper (Upucerthia validirostris)
- Areta, Juan; Mark Pearman (2009). "Natural History, Morphology, Evolution, and Taxonomic Status of the Earthcreeper Upucerthia saturatior (Furnariidae) from the Patagonian Forests of South America". The Condor. 111 (1): 135–149. doi:10.1525/cond.2009.080009. Cite uses deprecated parameter
- SACC (2007). Recognize the genus Tarphonomus for two "Upucerthia". Accessed 2008-10-28.
- SACC (2007). Reinstate Ochetorhynchus and merge Chilia and Eremobius into it. Accessed 2008-10-28.
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