In this paper, we extend patterns, introduced by Angluin [Ang80b], to typed patterns by introducing types into variables. A type is a recursive language and a variable of the type is substituted only with an element in the recursive language. This extension enhances the expressive power of patterns with preserving their good properties. First, we give a general learnability result for typed pattern languages. We show that if a class of types has finite elasticity then the typed pattern language is identifiable in the limit from positive data. Next, we give a useful tool to show the conservative learnability of typed pattern languages. That is, if an indexed family L of recursive languages has recursive finite thickness and the equivalence problem for L is decidable, then L is conservatively learnable from positive data. Using this tool, we consider the following classes of types: (1) the class of all strings over subsets of the alphabet, (2) the class of all untyped pattern languages, and (3) a class of ĸ-bounded regular languages. We show that each of these typed pattern languages is conservatively learnable from positive data.