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Golden-throated Barbet

Golden-throated Barbet

Woodpeckers: Family: Picidae, Order: Piciformes, Class: Aves; found worldwide except for Australia, New Zealand, Madagascar, poles; most live in forests or woodland habitats; includes jacamars, puffbirds, barbets, toucans, honeyguides

Woodpeckers: Family: Picidae, Order: Piciformes, Class: Aves; found worldwide except for Australia, New Zealand, Madagascar, poles; most live in forests or woodland habitats; includes jacamars, puffbirds, barbets, toucans, honeyguides

Spot-backed Puffbird - Nystalus maculatus | ©Rodrigo Conte    (Brasilia, Brazil) | Nystalus maculatus is a South American bird in the family Bucconidae (order Piciformes), commonly named Spot-backed Puffbird or Caatinga Puffbird.

Spot-backed Puffbird - Nystalus maculatus | ©Rodrigo Conte (Brasilia, Brazil) | Nystalus maculatus is a South American bird in the family Bucconidae (order Piciformes), commonly named Spot-backed Puffbird or Caatinga Puffbird.

The Crested Barbet is an aptly named species of Southern and Central African woodlands. Its nickname of “Fruit-salad” bears witness to its rather random pattern of red, yellow, black and white. The Barbets descend from the same order 'Piciformes' as woodpeckers and toucans, insect eaters.

The Crested Barbet is an aptly named species of Southern and Central African woodlands. Its nickname of “Fruit-salad” bears witness to its rather random pattern of red, yellow, black and white. The Barbets descend from the same order 'Piciformes' as woodpeckers and toucans, insect eaters.

White-Headed Barbet at Nest Hole in Tree (Lybius Leucocephalus), Kenya; by Arthur Morris

White-Headed Barbet at Nest Hole in Tree (Lybius Leucocephalus), Kenya; by Arthur Morris

(photo of a honey-guide from surfbirds.com)

(photo of a honey-guide from surfbirds.com)

Yellow-Rumped Honeyguide - Honeyguides are near passerine bird species of the order Piciformes.

Yellow-Rumped Honeyguide - Honeyguides are near passerine bird species of the order Piciformes.

Yellow-billed Jacamar - The incredibly diverse birdlife of the Iquitos area includes widespread species such as this Yellow-billed Jacamar.

Yellow-billed Jacamar - The incredibly diverse birdlife of the Iquitos area includes widespread species such as this Yellow-billed Jacamar.

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