Ovenbirds or furnariids are a large family of small birds found in Mexico, and Central and South America. They form the family Furnariidae. The Ovenbird (Seiurus aurocapillus), which breeds in North America, is not actually a furnariid – rather it is a distantly related bird of the wood warbler family, Parulidae.

Subfamily: Sclerurinae – Miners and leaftossers
Genus Geositta – miners (11 species)
Coastal Miner, Geositta peruviana
Common Miner, Geositta cunicularia
Slender-billed Miner, Geositta tenuirostris
Short-billed Miner, Geositta antarctica
Creamy-rumped Miner, Geositta isabellina
Dark-winged Miner, Geositta saxicolina
Greyish Miner, Geositta maritima
Puna Miner, Geositta punensis
Rufous-banded Miner, Geositta rufipennis
Campo Miner, Geositta poeciloptera
Thick-billed Miner, Geositta crassirostrisGenus Sclerurus – leaftossers (5 species)

Subfamily: Dendrocolaptinae – Woodcreepers

Subfamily: Furnariinae – Neotropical ovenbirds and allies
Genus: Xenops – xenops (3 species)
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Berlepschia – Point-tailed Palmcreeper
Tribe Pygarrhichini[3]
Genus Pygarrhichas – White-throated Treerunner
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Microxenops – Rufous-tailed Xenops[11][3]
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Ochetorhynchus – earthcreepers (2 species formerly included in Upucerthia)
Tribe FurnariiniHorneros and allies
Genus Pseudocolaptes – tuftedcheeks (2 species)
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Premnornis – Rusty-winged Barbtail
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Tarphonomus – (new genus for 2 species formerly included in Upucerthia)[12]
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Geocerthia – Striated Earthcreeper (recently described for U. serrrana)[13]
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Upucerthia – earthcreepers (5 species)
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Cinclodes – cinclodes (some 12 species)
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Furnarius – horneros (6 species)
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Lochmias – Sharp-tailed Streamcreeper
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Phleocryptes – Wren-like Rushbird
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Limnornis – Curve-billed Reedhaunter[14]
Tribe Philydorini – foliage-gleaners and allies
Genus Megaxenops – Great Xenops
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Anabazenops – foliage-gleaners (2 species)
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Ancistrops – Chestnut-winged Hookbill
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Cichlocolaptes – Pale-browed Treehunter
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Heliobletus – Sharp-billed Treehunter
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Philydor – foliage-gleaners (7 species)
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Anabacerthia – foliage-gleaners (5 species)
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Syndactyla – foliage-gleaners (8 species)
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Clibanornis – Canebrake Groundcreeper
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Hylocryptus – foliage-gleaners (2 species)
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Thripadectes – treehunters (7 species)
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Hyloctistes – Striped Woodhaunter
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Automolus – foliage-gleaners (8–9 species)
Tribe SynallaxiniSpinetails and allies
Genus Margarornis – treerunners (4 species)
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Premnoplex – typical barbtails (2 species)
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Aphrastura – rayaditos (2 species)
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Leptasthenura – tit-spinetails (10 species)
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Pseudoseisura – cacholotes (4 species)
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Spartonoica – Bay-capped Wren-Spinetail
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Sylviorthorhynchus – Des Murs's Wiretail
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Asthenes – canasteros (27 species)
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Pseudasthenes – "false canasteros" (4 species, recently described)[15]
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Certhiaxis – spinetails (2 species)
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Schoeniophylax – Chotoy Spinetail
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Synallaxis – spinetails (some 30–35 species)
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Poecilurus (3 species, usually included in Synallaxis)
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Hellmayrea – White-browed Spinetail
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Cranioleuca – typical spinetails (c.20 species)
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Limnoctites – Straight-billed Reedhaunter (sometimes included in Limnornis, but closer to, and possibly better merged with Cranioleuca)[14]
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Roraimia – Roraiman Barbtail (formerly in the "Margarornis group")
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Thripophaga – softtails (4 species)
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Phacellodomus – thornbirds (9 species)
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Anumbius – Firewood-gatherer
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Coryphistera – Lark-like Brushrunner
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Siptornis – Spectacled Prickletail
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Metopothrix – Orange-fronted Plushcrown
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Xenerpestes – graytails (2 species)
Genus Acrobatornis – Pink-legged Graveteiro