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Hummingbirds in taxonomic order (Family: Trochilidae) - Wiki

List of hummingbirds in taxonomic order
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[Photo] Male Violet Sabrewing (Campylopterus hemileucurus). Date = created March 1997. Author = Reinhard Jahn, Mannheim

This is a list of hummingbird genera in taxonomic order. List of hummingbirds has a complete species list sortable by common and binomial name.

Taxonomic lists of both genera and species are available at the subfamily pages Phaethornithinae and Trochilinae.

Subfamily Phaethornithinae
Hermit hummingbirds. Relatively dull. Iridescence slight and typically limited to the upperparts. Most have a dark face and elongated central rectrices with white, buff or ochraceous tips. Long bills slightly decurved in most species, but much variation across group.

Genus Ramphodon - Saw-billed Hermit
Genus Eutoxeres - sicklebills (2 species)
Genus Glaucis (3 species)
Genus Threnetes - barbthroats (2-4 species, depending on taxonomy)
Genus Anopetia - Broad-tipped Hermit
Genus Phaethornis - typical hermits (about 25 species)

Hermit hummingbirds. Relatively dull. Iridescence slight and typically limited to the upperparts. Most have a dark face and elongated central rectrices with white, buff or ochraceous tips. Long bills slightly decurved in most species, but much variation across group.

Genus Ramphodon - Saw-billed Hermit
Genus Eutoxeres - sicklebills (2 species)
Genus Glaucis (3 species)
Genus Threnetes - barbthroats (2-4 species, depending on taxonomy)
Genus Anopetia - Broad-tipped Hermit
Genus Phaethornis - typical hermits (about 25 species)
Genus Eupetomena - Swallow-tailed Hummingbird
Genus Florisuga - jacobins (2 species)
Genus Colibri - violet-ears (4 species)
Genus Anthracothorax - mangos (7 species)
Genus Avocettula - Fiery-tailed Awlbill
Genus Topaza - topazes (2 species)
Genus Eulampis - caribs (2 species)
Genus Chrysolampis - Ruby-topaz Hummingbird
Genus Orthorhyncus - Antillean Crested Hummingbird
Genus Klais - Violet-headed Hummingbird
Genus Stephanoxis - Plovercrest
Genus Abeillia - Emerald-chinned Hummingbird
Genus Lophornis - coquettes (10 species)
Genus Popelairia - long-tailed thorntails (2 species)
Genus Discosura - short-tailed thorntails (3 species, possibly one recently extinct)
Genus Trochilus - streamertails (2 species)
Genus Chlorostilbon - typical emeralds (17 species, 2 recently extinct)
Genus Basilinna (2 species, recently split from Hylocharis)
Genus Elvira - Elvira emeralds (2 species)
Genus Eupherusa (4 species)
Genus Goethalsia - Rufous-cheeked Hummingbird
Genus Goldmania - Violet-capped Hummingbird
Genus Cynanthus (3 species)
Genus Thalurania - woodnymphs (6 species)
Genus Damophila - Violet-bellied Hummingbird
Genus Lepidopyga (3 species)
Genus Hylocharis - typical sapphires (5 species)
Genus Chrysuronia - Golden-tailed Sapphire
Genus Leucochloris - White-throated Hummingbird
Genus Polytmus - goldenthroats (3 species)
Genus Leucippus (7 species)
Genus Amazilia (6 species)
Genus Agyrtria - Agyrtria emeralds (9 species)
Genus Polyerata - Polyerata emeralds
Genus Saucerottia (9 species, probably one recently extinct)
Genus Panterpe - Fiery-throated Hummingbird
Genus Oreopyra - White-bellied Mountain-gem (recently split from Lampornis)
Genus Microchera - Snowcap
Genus Anthocephala - Blossomcrown
Genus Chalybura - plumeleteers (2 species)
Genus Lampornis - typical mountain-gems (6-8 species)
Genus Phlogophilus - piedtails (2 species)
Genus Adelomyia - Speckled Hummingbird
Genus Clytolaema - Brazilian Ruby
Genus Heliodoxa - brilliants (9 species)
Genus Lamprolaima - Garnet-throated Hummingbird
Genus Eugenes - Magnificent Hummingbird
Genus Hylonympha - Scissor-tailed Hummingbird
Genus Sternoclyta - Violet-chested Hummingbird
Genus Urochroa - White-tailed Hillstar
Genus Boissonneaua - coronets (3 species)
Genus Aglaeactis - sunbeams (4 species)
Genus Oreotrochilus - hillstars (6 species)
Genus Lafresnaya - Mountain Velvetbreast
Genus Coeligena - incas and starfrontlets (13 species)
Genus Ensifera - Sword-billed Hummingbird
Genus Pterophanes - Great Sapphirewing
Genus Patagona - Giant Hummingbird
Genus Sephanoides - firecrowns (2 species)
Genus Heliangelus - sunangels (9 species, one probably recently extinct)
Genus Eriocnemis - typical pufflegs (12 species, one probably recently extinct)
Genus Haplophaedia - Haplophaedia pufflegs (3 species)
Genus Urosticte - whitetips (2 species)
Genus Ocreatus - Booted Racket-tail
Genus Lesbia - trainbearers (2 species)
Genus Sappho - Red-tailed Comet
Genus Polyonymus - Bronze-tailed Comet
Genus Ramphomicron - typical thornbills (2 species)
Genus Oreonympha - Bearded Mountaineer
Genus Oxypogon - Bearded Helmetcrest
Genus Metallura - metaltails (9 species)
Genus Chalcostigma - Chalcostigma thornbills (5 species)
Genus Opisthoprora - Mountain Avocetbill
Genus Taphrolesbia - Gray-bellied Comet
Genus Aglaiocercus - sylphs (3 species)'
Genus Augastes - visorbearers (3 species)
Genus Heliothryx - fairies (2 species)
Genus Heliactin - Horned Sungem
Genus Loddigesia - Marvelous Spatuletail
Genus Heliomaster - starthroats (4 species)
Genus Rhodopis - Oasis Hummingbird
Genus Thaumastura - Peruvian Sheartail
Genus Tilmatura - Sparkling-tailed Hummingbird
Genus Doricha - typical sheartails (2 species)
Genus Calliphlox - Calliphlox woodstars (4 species)
Genus Microstilbon - Slender-tailed Woodstar
Genus Calothorax (2 species)
Genus Mellisuga (2 species)
Genus Archilochus (2 species)
Genus Calypte (2 species)
Genus Atthis (2 species)
Genus Stellula - Calliope Hummingbird
Genus Myrtis - Purple-collared Woodstar
Genus Eulidia - Chilean Woodstar
Genus Myrmia - Short-tailed Woodstar
Genus Chaetocercus - Chaetocercus woodstars (6 species)
Genus Selasphorus (6 species)

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