When the Bourbons inherited the strongest claim to the Spanish throne, the claim was passed to a cadet who became Philip V of Spain. The strict separation of the French and Spanish thrones was formalized in the Treaty of Utrecht in 1714, and similar arrangements later kept the Spanish throne separate from those of the Two Sicilies and Parma. The Spanish Bourbons (in Spanish, the name is spelled Borbón) have been overthrown and restored several times, reigning 1700–1808, 1813–1868, 1875–1931, and from 1975 to the present day. Bourbons ruled in Naples from 1734–1806 and in Sicily from 1734–1816, and in a unified Kingdom of the Two Sicilies from 1816–1860. They also ruled in Parma from 1731–1735, 1748–1802 and 1847–1859.
All members of the House of Bourbon and its cadet branches alive today are direct agnatic descendants of Henry IV.
THE BLACK ONE ARE THE BOURBONS HOUSE OF ORLEANS, I THINK. THEY VOTED IN THE FRENCH REVOLUTION TO BEHEAD COUSIN LOUIS XVI.