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InfoNatura Species Index:  51 - 100 of 237 records in family Emberizidae of order Passeriformes.
  (Heritage ID)   Scientific Name Status National Occurrence in Latin American and the Caribbean
  Common Name Heritage IUCN CITES
Aves, Passeriformes, Emberizidae
2.650240 Loxigilla violacea
   Greater Antillean Bullfinch
G4 LC    Countries: BS, DO, HT, JM, TC
2.104636 Loxigilla noctis
   Lesser Antillean Bullfinch
G4G5 LC    Countries: AG, BB, DM, GD, GP, KN, LC, MQ, MS, PR, VC, VG, VI
2.650241 Euneornis campestris
   Orangequit
G3 LC    Countries: JM
2.650242 Melanospiza richardsoni
   St Lucia Black Finch
G2G3 EN    Countries: LC
2.650243 Pinaroloxias inornata
   Cocos Finch
G3 VU    Countries: CR
2.650286 Porphyrospiza caerulescens
   Blue Finch
G3G4 NT    Countries: BO, BR
2.652536 Oreothraupis arremonops
   Tanager Finch
G2 VU    Countries: CO, EC
2.652539 Charitospiza eucosma
   Coal-crested Finch
G4 NT    Countries: AR, BO, BR
2.652540 Coryphaspiza melanotis
   Black-masked Finch
G4 VU    Countries: AR, BO, BR, PE, PY
2.652541 Saltatricula multicolor
   Many-colored Chaco-Finch
G4 LC    Countries: AR, BO, PY, UY
2.652543 Coryphospingus pileatus
   Pileated Finch
G5 LC    Countries: BR, CO, GF, VE
2.652544 Coryphospingus cucullatus
   Red-crested Finch
G4 LC    Countries: AR, BO, BR, EC, GY, PE, PY, SR, UY
2.652545 Rhodospingus cruentus
   Crimson-breasted Finch
G3G4 LC    Countries: CO, EC, PE
2.652412 Phrygilus atriceps
   Black-hooded Sierra-Finch
G4 LC    Countries: AR, BO, CL, PE
2.650443 Phrygilus punensis
   Peruvian Sierra-Finch
GNR LC    Countries: BO, PE
2.652413 Phrygilus gayi
   Gray-hooded Sierra-Finch
G4 LC    Countries: AR, CL
2.652414 Phrygilus patagonicus
   Patagonian Sierra-Finch
G4 LC    Countries: AR, CL
2.652415 Phrygilus fruticeti
   Mourning Sierra-Finch
G5 LC    Countries: AR, BO, BR, CL, FK, PE
2.650644 Phrygilus unicolor
   Plumbeous Sierra-Finch
G5 LC    Countries: AR, BO, CL, CO, EC, PE, VE
2.650645 Phrygilus dorsalis
   Red-backed Sierra-Finch
G4 LC    Countries: AR, BO, CL
2.650646 Phrygilus erythronotus
   White-throated Sierra-Finch
G3G4 LC    Countries: BO, CL, PE
2.650647 Phrygilus plebejus
   Ash-breasted Sierra-Finch
G5 LC    Countries: AR, BO, CL, EC, PE
2.650648 Phrygilus carbonarius
   Carbonated Sierra-Finch
G4 LC    Countries: AR
2.650649 Phrygilus alaudinus
   Band-tailed Sierra-Finch
G4G5 LC    Countries: AR, BO, CL, EC, PE
2.650650 Melanodera melanodera
   Black-throated Finch
G3 LC    Countries: AR, CL, FK
2.650651 Melanodera xanthogramma
   Yellow-bridled Finch
G4 LC    Countries: AR, CL, FK
2.650244 Haplospiza rustica
   Slaty Finch
G3G4 LC    Countries: BO, CO, CR, EC, GT, GY, HN, MX, NI, PA, PE, SV, VE
2.650652 Haplospiza unicolor
   Uniform Finch
G3 LC    Countries: AR, BR, PY
2.650245 Acanthidops bairdii
   Peg-billed Finch
G2G3 LC    Countries: CR, PA
2.652422 Lophospingus pusillus
   Black-crested Finch
G4 LC    Countries: AR, BO, PY
2.652423 Lophospingus griseocristatus
   Gray-crested Finch
G4 LC    Countries: AR, BO
2.652424 Donacospiza albifrons
   Long-tailed Reed-Finch
G4 LC    Countries: AR, BO, BR, PY, UY
2.652425 Diuca speculifera
   White-winged Diuca-Finch
G3 LC    Countries: AR, BO, CL, PE
2.652426 Diuca diuca
   Common Diuca-Finch
G4G5 LC    Countries: AR, BO, BR, CL, UY
2.652427 Idiopsar brachyurus
   Short-tailed Finch
G3 LC    Countries: AR, BO, PE
2.652428 Piezorhina cinerea
   Cinereous Finch
G3 LC    Countries: PE
2.652429 Xenospingus concolor
   Slender-billed Finch
G3 NT    Countries: CL, PE
2.652430 Incaspiza pulchra
   Great Inca-Finch
G2G3 LC    Countries: PE
2.652431 Incaspiza personata
   Rufous-backed Inca-Finch
G2 LC    Countries: PE
2.652432 Incaspiza ortizi
   Gray-winged Inca-Finch
G2G3 VU    Countries: PE
2.652433 Incaspiza laeta
   Buff-bridled Inca-Finch
G3 LC    Countries: PE
2.652434 Incaspiza watkinsi
   Little Inca-Finch
G2 NT    Countries: PE
2.652435 Poospiza thoracica
   Bay-chested Warbling-Finch
G3 LC    Countries: BR
2.652436 Poospiza boliviana
   Bolivian Warbling-Finch
G3 LC    Countries: BO
2.652437 Poospiza alticola
   Plain-tailed Warbling-Finch
G3 EN    Countries: PE
2.652438 Poospiza hypochondria
   Rufous-sided Warbling-Finch
G3 LC    Countries: AR, BO
2.652440 Poospiza ornata
   Cinnamon Warbling-Finch
G4 LC    Countries: AR
2.652439 Poospiza erythrophrys
   Rusty-browed Warbling-Finch
G4 LC    Countries: AR, BO
2.777691 Poospiza nigrorufa
   Black-and-rufous Warbling-Finch
G5 LC    Countries: AR, BO, BR, PY, UY
2.652442 Poospiza lateralis
   Red-rumped Warbling-Finch
G3G4 LC    Countries: AR, BR, PY, UY
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