Turdus haplochrous


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Common Names
Nombres Comunes
Unicolored ThrushZorzal Boliviano
Family
Familia
Thrushes & Allies (Turdidae)Zorzales y Afines (Turdidae)
Conservation Status
Estatus de Conservación
Description
Descripción
Voice
Voz

Similar Species
Especies Similares
Abundance and Habitat
Abundancia y Habitát
Behavior
Comportamiento
Migration/Movements
Migración/Movimientos
Diet
Dieta
Breeding
Reproducción
Distribution in Bolivia
Distribución en Bolivia
Global Range
Rango Global
Endemic to Bolivia.Especie endémica de Bolivia.
Subspecies and Taxonomy
Subespecies y Taxonomía
Monotypic.Especie monotípica.

References/Citas Bibliográficas:

Herzog, S.K., O. Maillard Z., D. Embert, P. Caballero, & D. Quiroga. 2012. Range size estimates of Bolivian endemic bird species revisited: the importance of environmental data and national expert knowledge. Journal of Ornithology 153:1189-1202.

Lane, D.F. 2014. New and noteworthy records of birds in Bolivia. Cotinga 36:56-67.

Maillard Z., O., J.Q. Vidoz, & M. Herrera. 2008. Registros significativos de aves para el Departamento del Beni, Bolivia: Parte 2. Kempffiana 4(2):8-12.

O’Neill, J.P. 1976. Notes on two species of Bolivian birds. Wilson Bulletin 88:492-493.

Terrill, R.S., M.A. Aponte Justiniano, M.G. Harvey, G.F. Seeholzer, & R.I. Strem. 2014. Notes on the avifauna of the floodplain forest of the Rio Mamoré, Beni, Bolivia, with a description of the juvenile plumage of Unicolored Thrush (Turdus haplochrous). Occasional Papers of the Museum of Natural Science 82.

White, A.G., R.C. Brace, & A.J. Payne. 1995. Additional records of and notes on the Unicoloured Thrush Turdus haplochrous, a little known Bolivian endemic. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club 115:29-33.

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