| Ribbon‑tailed astrapia, Princess Stephanie's astrapia, Arfak astrapia, Splendid astrapia, Huon astrapia|Arfak astrapia, Astrapia nigra
Splendid astrapia, Astrapia splendidissima
Ribbon-tailed astrapia, Astrapia mayeri
Princess Stephanie's astrapia, Astrapia stephaniae
Huon astrapia, Astrapia rothschildi
The astrapias are a genus, Astrapia, of birds-of-paradise. The genus contains five species.
They are endemic to New Guinea. The males have highly iridescent plumage and remarkably long tails. Females are duller and have shorter tails.
Barnes' astrapia is a hybrid produced by the interbreeding of Princess Stephanie's astrapia and the ribbon-tailed astrapia.