|Kenya crested guineafowl, Guttera p. pucherani|
Guttera is a genus of birds in the family Numididae. Established by Johann Georg Wagler in 1832, it contains two species:
The name Guttera is a combination of the Latin words gutta, meaning "spot" and -fera, meaning "bearing" (from ferre: to bear).
The two species are found in forests of sub-Saharan Africa. Unlike other guineafowl, they have a distinctive black crest.