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First nesting records of the Black-legged Dacnis Dacnis nigripes, with notes on field identification, ecology, conservation and recent records from Espírito Santo, Brazil

@inproceedings{Whittaker2010FirstNR,
  title={First nesting records of the Black-legged Dacnis Dacnis nigripes, with notes on field identification, ecology, conservation and recent records from Esp{\'i}rito Santo, Brazil},
  author={A. Whittaker and Ricardo Parrini and K. Zimmer},
  year={2010}
}
  • A. Whittaker, Ricardo Parrini, K. Zimmer
  • Published 2010
  • Biology
  • Black-legged Dacnis Dacnis nigripes is a rare and little-known endemic of south-east Brazil, being found locally from coastal lowlands to adjacent montane Atlantic Forest (0–1,700 m). Its known range extends from Espírito Santo to Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Paraná (five recent records) and northern Santa Catarina, and it is considered Vulnerable. A specimen from Lagoa Santa, Minas Gerais is generally considered to be incorrectly labelled with respect to locality. However, Black-legged Dacnis… CONTINUE READING

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