To date the species that are endemic to The Philippines are:
Olive-backed Flowerpecker. Prionochilus olivaceus.
Palawan Flowerpecker. P. plateni.
Striped Flowerpecker. Dicaeum aeruginosum.
Olive-capped Flowerpecker. D. nigrilore.
Flame-crowned Flowerpecker. D. anthonyi.
Bicolored Flowerpecker. D. bicolor.
Whiskered Flowerpecker. D. proprium.
Cebu Flowerpecker. D. quadricolor. (Possibly extinct)
Red-keeled Flowerpecker. D. australe.
Visayan Flowerpecker. D. haematostictum. (A recent split from Red-keeled)
Scarlet-collared Flowerpecker. D. retrocinctum.
Buzzing Flowerpecker. D. hypoleucum.
Pygmy Flowerpecker. D. pygmaeum.
In addition the following two species have distributions extending beyond The Philippines, into the rest of South-East Asia:
Orange-bellied Flowerpecker. D. trigonostigma.
Fire-breasted Flowerpecker. D. ignipectus.
Almost every one of these has a number of distinct races, some of which will probably be considered to be good species in the future.
Striped Flowerpecker, Dicaeum aeruginosum striatissimum.
Mt Banahaw, 14/04/12.
Pygmy Flowerpecker, D. p. pygmaeum.
Mt Makiling, 22/10/11
Mt Kitanglad, 8/1/11
Mt Makiling, 19/11/11