Passeriformes

  1. Suborder Acanthisitti
    • Family Acanthisittidae – New Zealand “wrens”
  2. Suborder Tyranni
    1. Infraorder Eurylaimides
      • Superfamily Eurylaimoidea
        • Family Eurylaimidae – Broadbills
        • Family Philepittidae – Asities
        • Family Sapayoidae – Broad-billed sapayoa
      • Superfamily Pittoidea
        • Family Pittidae – Pittas
    2. Infraorder Tyrannides
      • Superfamily Tyrannoidea
        • Family Tyrannidae – Tyrant flycatchers
        • Family Tityridae – Tityras and allies
        • Family Cotingidae – Cotingas
      • Superfamily Furnarioidea
        • Family Furnariidae – Ovenbirds and woodcreepers
        • Family Thamnophilidae – Antbirds
        • Family Formicariidae – Antthrushes
        • Family Grallariidae – Antpittas
        • Family Rhinocryptidae – Tapaculos
        • Family Conopophagidae – Gnateaters and gnatpittas
        • Family Melanopareiidae – Crescent-chests
  3. Suborder Passeri
    1. Infraorder Corvida
      • Superfamily Menuroidea
        • Family Menuridae – Lyrebirds
        • Family Atrichornithidae – Scrub-birds
      • Superfamily Meliphagoidea
        • Family Maluridae – Fairywrens, emu-wrens and grasswrens
        • Family Dasyornithidae – Bristlebirds
        • Family Acanthizidae – Scrubwrens, thornbills, and gerygones
        • Family Meliphagidae – Honeyeaters
        • Family Pardalotidae – Pardalotes
      • Superfamily Corvoidea
        • Family Callaeidae – New Zealand wattlebirds
        • Family Notiomystidae – Stitchbird
        • Family Cnemophilidae – Satinbirds
        • Family Melanocharitidae – Berrypeckers and longbills
        • Family Neosittidae – Sittellas
        • Family Vireonidae – Vireos
        • Family Campephagidae – Cuckoo-shrikes and trillers
        • Family Eulacestomidae – Wattled ploughbill
        • Family Oreoicidae – Crested bellbirds
        • Family Pachycephalidae – Whistlers
        • Family Oriolidae – Orioles and figbird
        • Family Paramythiidae – Tit berrypecker and crested berrypecker
        • Family Artamidae – Woodswallows, butcherbirds, currawongs and Australian magpie
        • Family Rhagologidae – Mottled whistler
        • Family Malaconotidae – Puffback shrikes, bush shrikes, tchagras and boubous
        • Family Platysteiridae – Wattle-eyes
        • Family Aegithinidae – Ioras
        • Family Pityriaseidae – Bornean bristlehead
        • Family Prionopidae – Helmetshrikes and woodshrikes
        • Family Vangidae – Vangas
        • Family Dicruridae – Drongos
        • Family Melampittidae – Melampittas
        • Family Monarchidae – Monarch flycatchers
        • Family Rhipiduridae – Fantails
        • Family Ifritidae – Blue-capped ifrit
        • Family Paradisaeidae – Birds of paradise
        • Family Corcoracidae – White-winged chough and apostlebird
        • Family Laniidae – Shrikes
        • Family Corvidae – Crows, ravens and jays
    2. Passeri incertae sedis
      • Superfamily Ptilonorhynchoidea
        • Family Climacteridae – Australian treecreepers
        • Family Ptilonorhynchidae – Bowerbirds
      • Superfamily N.N.
        • Family Orthonychidae – Logrunners
        • Family Pomatostomidae – Pseudo-babblers
      • Superfamily N.N.
        • Family Petroicidae – Australian robins
      • Superfamily N.N.
        • Family Picathartidae – Rockfowl
        • Family Chaetopidae – Rock-jumpers
        • Family Eupetidae – Malaysian rail-babbler
      • Superfamily Reguloidea
        • Family Regulidae – Kinglets
      • Superfamily N.N.
        • Family Irenidae – Fairy-bluebirds
      • Superfamily N.N.
        • Family Hyliotidae – Hyliotas
    3. Infraorder Passerida
      • Superfamily Paroidea
        • Family Paridae – Tits, chickadees, and titmice
        • Family Remizidae – Penduline tits
        • Family Stenostiridae – Flycatcher-tits
      • Superfamily Bombycilloidea
        • Family Bombycillidae – Waxwings
        • Family Dulidae – Palmchat
        • Family Ptiliogonatidae – Silky flycatchers
        • Family Hypocoliidae – Hypocolius
        • Family Mohoidae – ???
      • Superfamily Dicaeoidea
        • Family Chloropseidae – Leafbirds
        • Family Nectariniidae – Sunbirds
        • Family Dicaeidae – Flowerpeckers
      • Superfamily Promeropoidea
        • Family Promeropidae – Sugarbird
        • Family Arcanatoridae – ???
      • Superfamily N.N.
        • Family Elachuridae – Spotted elachura
      • Superfamily Sylvioidea
        • Family Nicatoridae – Nicators
        • Family Panuridae – Bearded reedling
        • Family Alaudidae – Larks
        • Family Hirundinidae – Swallows and martins
        • Family Pnoepygidae – Pygmy wren-babblers
        • Family Macrosphenidae – African warblers
        • Family Phylloscopidae – Leaf-warblers
        • Family Aegithalidae – Long-tailed tits or bushtits
        • Family Scotocercidae – Streaked scrub warbler
        • Family Cettiidae – Ground-warblers
        • Family Locustellidae – Grass-warblers
        • Family Donacobiidae – Black-capped donacobius
        • Family Bernieridae – Malagasy warblers
        • Family Acrocephalidae – Marsh- and tree-warblers
        • Family Pycnonotidae – Bulbuls
        • Family Cisticolidae – Cisticolas
        • Family Timaliidae – Tree babblers
        • Family Pellorneidae – Ground babblers
        • Family Leiothrichidae – Laughing thrushes
        • Family Sylviidae – Sylvia warblers
        • Family Zosteropidae – White-eyes
      • Superfamily Certhioidea
        • Family Sittidae – Nuthatches
        • Family Tichodromadidae – Wallcreeper
        • Family Certhiidae – Treecreepers
        • Family Salpornithidae – Spotted creepers
        • Family Troglodytidae – Wrens
        • Family Polioptilidae – Gnatcatchers
      • Superfamily Muscicapoidea
        • Family Cinclidae – Dippers
        • Family Muscicapidae – Old World flycatchers and chats
        • Family Turdidae – Thrushes
        • Family Buphagidae – Oxpeckers
        • Family Sturnidae – Starlings
        • Family Mimidae – Mockingbirds and thrashers
      • Superfamily Passeroidea
        • Family Passeridae – True sparrows
        • Family Prunellidae – Accentors
        • Family Motacillidae – Wagtails and pipits
        • Family Urocynchramidae – Przewalski’s finch
        • Family Estrildidae – Estrildid finches (waxbills, munias)
        • Family Ploceidae – Weavers
        • Family Viduidae – Indigobirds and whydahs
        • Family Peucedramidae – Olive warbler
        • Family Fringillidae – True finches and Hawaiian honeycreepers
        • Family Icteridae – Grackles, New World blackbirds, and New World orioles
        • Family Parulidae – New World warblers
        • Family Thraupidae – Tanagers
        • Family Coerebidae – Bananaquit
        • Family Cardinalidae – Cardinals
        • Family Calcariidae – Longspurs and snow buntings
        • Family Emberizidae – Buntings and American sparrows

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