|Coral-billed ground cuckoo|
G.R. Gray, 1840
Carpococcyx is a genus of large terrestrial cuckoos in the Cuculidae family. They are restricted to humid forested regions in Southeast Asia. Despite their similarities, they are not closely related to the South American ground cuckoos of the genus Neomorphus.
|Image||Scientific name||Common Name||Distribution|
|Carpococcyx renauldi||Coral-billed ground cuckoo||Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam|
|Carpococcyx radiceus||Bornean ground cuckoo||Brunei, Malaysia and Indonesia|
|Carpococcyx viridis||Sumatran ground cuckoo||Sumatra|
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