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Machaerirhynchus is a genus of passerine birds with affinities to woodswallows and butcherbirds. The two species are known as boatbills. The genus is distributed across New Guinea and northern Queensland.
The species are:
- Black-breasted boatbill, M. nigripectus, found in New Guinea
- Yellow-breasted boatbill, M. flaviventer, found in northeast Australia