Cabanis & Heine, 1863
Ceuthmochares is a genus of 2 species of cuckoos in the Cuculidae family. The two species were once treated as a single species, known as the yellowbill. Both species are found in evergreen forests in Africa. Although they are cuckoos they are not brood parasites.
|Image||Scientific name||Common Name||Distribution|
|Ceuthmochares aereus||Blue malkoha||west and central Africa|
|Ceuthmochares australis||Green malkoha||Eastern Africa from Kenya to South Africa|
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