Schistocichla is a genus of bird in the Thamnophilidae family. They are commonly included in the genus Percnostola instead. Until recently, Schistocichla only included three species, but following Braun et al. (2005) and Isler et al. (2007) several taxa previously considered subspecies of the Spot-winged Antbird have been elevated to species status.
- Slate-colored Antbird (Schistocichla schistacea): Found in Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru.
- Spot-winged Antbird (Schistocichla leucostigma)
- Humaita Antbird (Schistocichla (leucostigma) humaythae) : Found in humid forest in the south-western Amazon in Brazil and Bolivia.
- Brownish-headed Antbird (Schistocichla (leucostigma) brunneiceps) : Found in humid forest in the far south-western Amazon in Peru and Bolivia.
- Rufous-faced Antbird (Schistocichla (leucostigma) rufifacies) : Found in humid forest in the Brazilian Amazon south of the Amazon River and east of the Madeira River.
- Roraiman Antbird (Schistocichla (leucostigma) saturata) : Found in humid forest associated with the Tepuis of south-eastern Venezuela, Guyana and far northern Brazil (northern Roraima only).
- Caura Antbird (Schistocichla caurensis) : Found in Brazil and Venezuela.
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