| Fischer's Turaco|
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Tauraco is a genus of turacos. It contains the "typical" or green turacos; though their plumage is not always green all over, the presence of significant amounts of turacoverdin-colored plumage generally sets Turaco species apart from other Musophagidae. Indeed, as opposed to any other known birds, Tauraco turacos are the only living bird taxa that have any significant green pigment whatsoever, as the greens of many parrots etc. are due to structural color, not pigment.
- Guinea Turaco (also called Green Turaco), Tauraco persa
- Livingstone's Turaco, Tauraco livingstonii
- Schalow's Turaco, Tauraco schalowi
- Knysna Turaco, Tauraco corythaix
- Black-billed Turaco, Tauraco schuettii
- Fischer's Turaco, Tauraco fischeri
- Hartlaub's Turaco, Tauraco hartlaubi
- Prince Ruspoli's Turaco, Tauraco ruspolii
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