The Hawaiian Honeycreepers are small passerine birds that are endemic to Hawaii. They are in the family of
Fringillidae (seed eating songbirds) and subfamily Drepanidinae whose living tribes and genera are shown below (Wikipedia). Photos are presented for those highlighted in red.

Tribe Drepanidini
Genus Himatione - thin-billed nectarivore
Apapane Himatione sanguinea
Genus Palmeria thin-billed nectarivore
Ākohekohe Palmeria dolei thought to be extinct, rediscovered in 1945
Genus Vestiaria downcurved-bill nectarivore
ʻIʻiwi Vestiaria coccinea

Tribe Hemignathini
Genus Hemignathus - pointed or long and downcurved bills, insectivores or nectarivores
Common ʻAmakihi Hemignathus virens
Oʻahu ʻAmakihi Hemignathus flavus
Kauaʻi ʻAmakihi Hemignathus kauaiensis
Nukupuʻu Hemignathus lucidus
ʻAnianiau Hemignathus parvus or Magumma parva
ʻAkiapolaʻau Hemignathus munroi or Heterorhynchus wilsoni
Genus Oreomystis - short pointed bills, browsers
ʻAkikiki Oreomystis bairdi
Hawaiʻi Creeper Oreomystis mana
Genus Paroreomyza - similar to Oreomystis
Maui Nui ʻAlauahio Creeper Paroreomyza montana
Genus Loxops - small pointed bills with the tips offset a little horizontally, insectivores
‘Akeke‘e Loxops caeruleirostris
ʻAkepa Loxops coccineus

Tribe Psittirostrini
Genus Loxioides finch-like seed specialists
Palila Loxioides bailleui
Genus Pseudonestor - parrot-like bill, probes decomposing wood for insect larvae
Maui Parrotbill Pseudonestor xanthophrys thought to be extinct, rediscovered in 1945
Genus Telespiza Wilson, 1890 - finch-like, granivores, opportunistic scavengers
Laysan FinchTelespiza cantans
Nihoa Finch Telespiza ultima
Genus Xestospiza cone-shaped bills, possibly insectivores