|Common tody-flycatcher (Todirostrum cinereum)
| Todus cinereus
Todirostrum is a genus of Neotropical birds in the New World flycatcher family Tyrannidae.
The genus Todirostrum was erected in 1831 by the French naturalist René Lesson.The type species was designated as the common tody-flycatcher by George Robert Gray in 1840. The name combines the genus Todus introduced by Mathurin Jacques Brisson in 1760 with the Latin rostrum meaning "bill".
It contains the following seven species:
|Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, and Venezuela
|Yellow-lored tody-flycatcher or grey-headed tody-flycatcher,
|Brazil, occurring from Southern Bahia southwards to Santa Catarina
|Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Panama, and Venezuela
|eastern-southeastern Venezuela and the northeastern states of Brazil of the Amazon Basin
|Common tody-flycatcher or black-fronted tody-flycatcher,
|southern Mexico to northwestern Peru, eastern Bolivia and southern Brazil.
|southern Amazon Basin of Brazil, also Amazonian Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia
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