Family Anatidae

Aix - Aix as a word or part of a name can also refer to:

Alopochen - The Egyptian Goose is a member of the duck, goose and swan family Anatidae.

Amazonetta - The ducks are light brown in colour.

Anas - Anas is a genus of dabbling ducks.

Anser - The word anser comes from Latin, meaning goose, and can refer to:

Aythya - Aythya is a genus of diving ducks.

Biziura - They are moderately common through the Murray-Darling and Cooper Creek basins, and in the wetter, fertile areas in the south of the continent: the south-west corner of Western Australia, Victoria, and Tasmania.

Branta - Nesochen Salvadori, 1895

Cairina - Cairina is a genus of ducks in the bird family Anatidae.

Callonetta - The male and female remain colourful throughout the year, lacking an eclipse plumage.

Camptorhynchus - The Labrador Duck was also known as a Pied Duck, a vernacular name that it shared with the Surf Scoter and the Common Goldeneye , a fact that has led to difficulties in interpreting old records of these species, and also as Skunk Duck.

Cereopsis - The Cape Barren Goose is a large goose resident in southern Australia.

Chen - Chen is a Chinese and Hebrew surname: see Chen .

Chenonetta - The flightless New Zealand species Chenonetta finschi which was formerly believed to constitute a monotypic genus has been determined to belong to Chenonetta .

Chloephaga - Chloephaga is the sheldgeese genus in the bird family Anatidae.

Clangula - Species: Harelda hyemalis

Coscoroba - The Coscoroba Swan has white plumage except for black tips to the outer six primary feathers, although this black is often barely visible on the closed wing.

Cyanochen - The Blue-winged Goose is a waterfowl species which is endemic to Ethiopia.

Cygnus - Cygnus is the Latin word for swan, the romanized form of the ancient Greek κύκνος "swan".

Dendrocygna - It contains only one genus, Dendrocygna, containing eight living species, and one known from hitherto undescribed subfossils from Aitutaki, Cook Islands .

Heteronetta - This is the most basal living member of its subfamily, and it lacks the stiff tail and swollen bill of its relatives.

Histrionicus - The Harlequin Duck, Histrionicus histrionicus, is a small sea duck.

Hymenolaimus - This 54 cm long species is an endemic resident breeder in New Zealand, nesting in hollow logs, small caves and other sheltered spots.

Lophodytes - The Hooded Merganser is a small duck and is the only member of the genus Lophodytes.

Lophonetta - The Crested Duck is a species of duck native to South America, the only member of the monotypic genus Lophonetta.

Malacorhynchus - It is the only living member of the genus Malacorhynchus; a closely related, but slightly larger extinct form from New Zealand was described as Scarlett's Duck .

Marmaronetta - This duck formerly bred in large numbers in the Mediterranean region, but is now restricted to a few sites in southern Spain and northwest Africa.

Merganetta - This 43–46 cm long species is a resident breeder in the Andes of South America, nesting in small waterside caves and other sheltered spots.

Mergellus - The Smew is a small duck which is somewhat intermediate between the typical mergansers and the goldeneyes .

Mergus - Mergus is the genus of the typical mergansers, fish-eating ducks in the seaduck subfamily .

Neochen - This 61-76 cm long species is a resident breeder in the forests of tropical South America.

Netta - These are gregarious ducks, mainly found on fresh water.

Nettapus - There are three species in the genus

Nomonyx - The Masked Duck is a small stiff-tailed duck ranging through the tropical Americas.

Oxyura - The stiff-tailed ducks are part of the Oxyurinae subfamily of ducks.

Plectropterus - The Spur-winged Goose, , is a large bird in the family Anatidae, related to the geese and the shelducks, but distinct from both of these in a number of anatomical features, and therefore treated in its own subfamily, the Plectropterinae.

Polysticta - It winters somewhat further south in the Bering Sea, northern Scandinavia and the Baltic Sea.

Pteronetta - Analysis of mtDNA sequences of the cytochrome b and NADH dehydrogenase subunit 2 genes suggests that it belongs into a very distinct clade—possibly a subfamily of its own—together with the Blue-winged Goose, another African species of waterfowl with uncertain affinities.

Rhodonessa - The Pink-headed Duck is a large diving duck that was once found in parts of the Gangetic plains of India, Bangladesh and in the riverine swamps of Myanmar but feared extinct since the 1950s.

Salvadorina - Initially, it was believed to belong to the "perching ducks", a paraphyletic assemblage of species which generally fell between dabbling ducks and shelducks.

Sarkidiornis - The Knob-billed Duck , or Comb Duck, is an unusual, pan-tropical duck, found in tropical wetlands in sub-Saharan Africa, Madagascar and south Asia from Pakistan to Laos and extreme southern China.

Somateria - The three extant species all breed in the cooler latitudes of the Northern hemisphere.

Speculanas - The Bronze-winged Duck , also known as the Spectacled Duck, is a dabbling duck and the sole member of its genus Speculanas.

Stictonetta - This species was formerly allied with the dabbling ducks, but is now placed in a monotypic subfamily Stictonettinae.

Tachyeres - The steamer ducks are a genus of ducks in the bird family Anatidae.

Tadorna - see text

Thalassornis - These birds are well adapted for diving.

Order : Anseriformes
Family : Anatidae