Shrike - Species in Taxonomic Order

Species in Taxonomic Order

FAMILY: LANIIDAE

  • Genus: Lanius
    • Tiger Shrike, Lanius tigrinus
    • Bull-headed Shrike, Lanius bucephalus
    • Red-backed Shrike Lanius collurio
    • Isabelline Shrike Lanius isabellinus
    • Brown Shrike, Lanius cristatus
    • Burmese Shrike, Lanius collurioides
    • Emin's Shrike, Lanius gubernator
    • Souza's Shrike, Lanius souzae
    • Bay-backed Shrike, Lanius vittatus
    • Long-tailed Shrike Lanius schach
    • Grey-backed Shrike Lanius tephronotus
    • Mountain Shrike or Grey-capped Shrike, Lanius validirostris
    • Lesser Grey Shrike Lanius minor
    • Loggerhead Shrike, Lanius ludovicianus
    • Great Grey Shrike or Northern Shrike Lanius excubitor
    • Southern Grey Shrike Lanius meridionalis
    • Chinese Grey Shrike, Lanius sphenocercus
    • Grey-backed Fiscal, Lanius excubitoroides
    • Long-tailed Fiscal, Lanius cabanisi
    • Taita Fiscal, Lanius dorsalis
    • Somali Fiscal, Lanius somalicus
    • Mackinnon's Shrike, Lanius mackinnoni
    • Common Fiscal, Lanius collaris
      • Uhehe Fiscal, Lanius collaris marwitzi
    • São Tomé Fiscal, Lanius newtoni
    • Woodchat Shrike, Lanius senator
    • Masked Shrike, Lanius nubicus
  • Genus: Corvinella
    • Yellow-billed Shrike, Corvinella corvina
  • Genus: Urolestes
    • Magpie Shrike, Urolestes melanoleucus
  • Genus: Eurocephalus
    • Northern White-crowned Shrike, Eurocephalus rueppelli
    • Southern White-crowned Shrike, Eurocephalus anguitimens

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