The Green-barred Woodpecker (Colaptes melanochloros) is a species of bird in the Picidae family. The scientific name melanochloros derives from the Greek melanos, meaning "black", and chloros, "pale green", the principal colors of this bird. This bird is found in Bolivia, Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay
Grey-headed Woodpecker - Its plumage closely resembles its near relative the European Green Woodpecker. It has green upperparts, pale grey underparts and a yellow rump. It has a grey head with black moustache, and the male has a red crown. It has a shorter neck, slimmer bill and slightly rounder head than the Green Woodpecker.