Family Monarchidae

Arses - He is known as Arses in Greek sources and that seems to be his real name but the Xanthus trilingue and potsherds from Samaria report that he had taken the royal name of Artaxerxes IV, following his father and grandfather.

Chasiempis - The ╩╗elepaio is the first native bird to sing in the morning and the last to stop singing at night; apart from whistled and chattering contact and alarm calls, it is probably best known for its song, from which derives the common name: a pleasant and rather loud warble which sounds like e-le-PAI-o or ele-PAI-o.

Clytorhynchus - The shrikebills are the monarch flycatcher genus Clytorhynchus.

Elminia - Elminia is a genus of bird in the flycatcher family Stenostiridae.

Erythrocercus - Erythrocercus is a genus of bird in the Monarchidae family.

Eutrichomyias - The Caerulean Paradise-flycatcher is endemic to the island of Sangihe, off north Sulawesi in Indonesia.

Grallina - It contains the following species:

Hypothymis - Hypothymis is a genus of bird in the Monarchidae family.

Lamprolia - The systematic position of the Silktail has been a long-standing mystery.

Mayrornis - Mayrornis is a genus of bird in the Monarchidae family.

Metabolus - The Chuuk Monarch is a large monarch flycatcher, around 20 cm long.

Monarcha - Monarcha is a genus of bird in the Monarchidae family.

Myiagra - Myiagra is a genus of monarch flycatcher, sometimes referred to as the broad-billed flycatchers or simply broadbills .

Neolalage - The Buff-bellied Monarch is a species of bird in the Monarchidae family.

Pomarea - The genus is highly threatened, with two species listed as critically endangered, two are endangered and one is vulnerable.

Terpsiphone - The paradise-flycatchers, Terpsiphone, are a genus of monarch flycatchers.

Trochocercus - Trochocercus is a genus of bird in the Monarchidae family.

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Monarchidae