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THREE CHAMAEZA ANTTHRUSHES IN EASTERN BRAZIL ( FORMICARIIDAE ) ’ EDWIN 0

@inproceedings{Edwin2001THREECA,
  title={THREE CHAMAEZA ANTTHRUSHES IN EASTERN BRAZIL ( FORMICARIIDAE ) ’ EDWIN 0},
  author={Edwin},
  year={2001}
}
There are three, not two, sibling antthrushes of the genus Chamaeza (Formicariidae) in eastern Brazil. One is the short-tailed, large, pale-billed, lower montane C. campanisona, with a spotted throat, dark forehead, and a long song ending in several grunts. The second is the long-tailed, small, dark-billed, montane and southern C. ruficauda, with barred undertail coverts and a short upscale song. The third is medium-tailed, small, dark-billed, midmontane, with a long upscale song like that of… Expand

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