Arremon is a genus of neotropical birds in the Emberizidae family. With the exception of the Green-striped Brush Finch which is endemic to Mexico, all species are found in South America, with a few reaching Central America.
Sooty-faced Finch (Arremon crassirostris)
Olive Finch (Arremon castaneiceps)
Chestnut-capped Brush Finch (Arremon brunneinucha)
Green-striped Brush Finch (Arremon virenticeps)
Black-headed Brush Finch (Arremon atricapillus)
Grey-striped Brush Finch (Arremon costaricensis)
Sierra Nevada Brush Finch (Arremon basilicus)
Perija Brush Finch (Arremon perijanus)
Caracas Brush Finch (Arremon phaeopleurus)
Paria Brush Finch (Arremon phygas)
Grey-browed Brush Finch (Arremon assimilis)
White-browed Brush Finch (Arremon torquatus)
Orange-billed Sparrow (Arremon aurantiirostris)
Pectoral Sparrow (Arremon taciturnus)
São Francisco Sparrow (Arremon franciscanus)
Half-collared Sparrow (Arremon semitorquatus)
Golden-winged Sparrow (Arremon schlegeli)
Black-capped Sparrow (Arremon abeillei)
Saffron-billed Sparrow (Arremon flavirostris)

Pselliophorus is a genus in the Emberizidae family. It contains the following species:
Yellow-green Finch (Pselliophorus luteoviridis)
Yellow-thighed Finch (Pselliophorus tibialis)