Koa Finch

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Psittirostrini - Genera and Species
... Hookbill (extinct, 1918) Genus Loxioides - finch-like, Fabales seed specialists Loxioides bailleui - Palila Loxioides kikuichi - Kauaʻi Palila (prehistoric, possibly survived to the ...
Hawaiian Honeycreeper - Genera and Species
... SUBFAMILY DREPANIDINAE Tribe Drepanidini Genus Ciridops - finch-like, fed on fruit of Pritchardia species Ciridops anna - ʻUla ʻai hāwane (extinct, 1892 or 1937) Ciridops tenax Stout-legged ...
Primitive Koa-finch
... The Primitive Koa Finch (Rhodacanthis litotes) is a species of finch in the Hawaiian honeycreeper subfamily, Drepanididae ... the four species in the genus Telespiza, it and the Scissor-billed Koa Finch became extinct before the arrival of the first Europeans to Hawaiʻi in 1778 ... It is known as the ancestor of all koa finches ...

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