Estrildidae

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IOC Classification: DomainEukaryota • RegnumAnimalia • PhylumChordata • SubphylumVertebrata • InfraphylumGnathostomata • SuperclassisTetrapoda • ClassisAves • SuperordoNeognathae • OrdoPasseriformes • SubordoPasseri • InfraordoPasserida • SuperfamiliaPasseroidea • Familia: Estrildidae Bonaparte, 1850
 Vernacular names
  • EnglishEstrildid finch
  • Deutsch: Prachtfinken
  • Esperanto: Estrildedoj
  • suomi: Loistopeipot
  • magyar: Díszpintyfélék
  • íslenska: Strildi
  • 日本語: カエデチョウ族
  • lietuvių: Astrildiniai
  • Nederlands: Prachtvinken
  • polski: Astryldy
  • русский: Вьюрковые ткачики
  • Kiswahili: Kitenduli
  • ไทย: นกกระติ๊ด
  • Tiếng Việt: Họ Chim di
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Included genera (for IOC classification 2.7):
Amadina, Amandava, Clytospiza, Coccopygia, Cryptospiza, Emblema, Erythrura, Estrilda, Euodice, Euschistospiza, Heteromunia, Hypargos, Lagonosticta, Lemuresthes, Lonchura, Mandingoa, Neochmia, Nesocharis, Nigrita, Odontospiza, Oreostruthus, Ortygospiza, Paludipasser, Parmoptila, Poephila, Pyrenestes, Pytilia, Spermophaga, Stagonopleura, Taeniopygia, Uraeginthus

Amadina (cat.)[edit]

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Amandava (cat.)[edit]

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Clytospiza (cat.)[edit]

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Coccopygia (cat.)[edit]

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Cryptospiza (cat.)[edit]

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Emblema (cat.)[edit]

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Erythrura (cat.)[edit]

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Estrilda (cat.)[edit]

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Euodice (cat.)[edit]

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Euschistospiza (cat.)[edit]

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Heteromunia (cat.)[edit]

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Hypargos (cat.)[edit]

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Lagonosticta (cat.)[edit]

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Lepidopygia (cat.)[edit]

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Lonchura (cat.)[edit]

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Mandingoa (cat.)[edit]

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Neochmia (cat.)[edit]

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Nesocharis (cat.)[edit]

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Nigrita (cat.)[edit]

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Odontospiza (cat.)[edit]

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Oreostruthus (cat.)[edit]

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Ortygospiza (cat.)[edit]

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Paludipasser (cat.)[edit]

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Parmoptila (cat.)[edit]

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Poephila (cat.)[edit]

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  • Deutsch: Grasfinken
  • suomi: Naamioseeprapeipot

Pyrenestes (cat.)[edit]

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Pytilia (cat.)[edit]

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Spermophaga (cat.)[edit]

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Stagonopleura (cat.)[edit]

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  • Deutsch: Diamantfinken

Taeniopygia (cat.)[edit]

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  • suomi: Seeprapeipot
  • français: Diamant mandarin

Uraeginthus (cat.)[edit]

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  • Deutsch: Blauastrilde
  • suomi: Sinipeipot
  • svenska: Fjärilsfinkar