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Mountain Wren

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==Identification== ==Identification==
10·5–11·5 cm (4-4½ in) 10·5–11·5 cm (4-4½ in)
-Rufous upperside and strong pale [[Topography#Heads|supercilium]]+*Reddish-brown [[Topography#Heads|lores]]
 +*Pale brown [[Topography#Heads|supercilium]]
 +*Buffish-brown ear-[[Topography#General Anatomy|coverts]]
 +*Rufous upperparts
====Similar species==== ====Similar species====
[[House Wren]] [[House Wren]]
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Andes of north-western [[Argentina]], [[Bolivia]], [[Peru]], [[Ecuador]], [[Colombia]], and north-western [[Venezuela]]. Andes of north-western [[Argentina]], [[Bolivia]], [[Peru]], [[Ecuador]], [[Colombia]], and north-western [[Venezuela]].
==Taxonomy== ==Taxonomy==
 +====Subspecies====
Five subspecies are recognized<sup>[[#References|[1]]]</sup>: Five subspecies are recognized<sup>[[#References|[1]]]</sup>:
*''T. s. solitarius'': *''T. s. solitarius'':
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:*Andes of north-western [[Argentina]] (south to Tucumán and Catamarca) :*Andes of north-western [[Argentina]] (south to Tucumán and Catamarca)
==Habitat== ==Habitat==
-Montane forests and edge.+Humid forests, forest edges and cloudforests. Occasionally seen in bamboo thickets.
==Behaviour== ==Behaviour==
-Frequently in mixed flocks. Feeds both low and high within the forest+Frequently in mixed flocks.
 +====Diet====
 +There is no information available on their diet. The feeds both low and high within the forest sometimes in mixed flocks.
==References== ==References==
-#{{Ref-Clements6thAug16}}#Restall et al. 2006. Birds of Northern South America. Yale University Press. ISBN 9780300124156+#{{Ref-Clements6thAug17}}#Restall et al. 2006. Birds of Northern South America. Yale University Press. ISBN 9780300124156
#Ridgely and Tudor 2009. Field guide to the songbirds of South America - The Passerines. University of Texas Press. ISBN 978-0-292-71979-8 #Ridgely and Tudor 2009. Field guide to the songbirds of South America - The Passerines. University of Texas Press. ISBN 978-0-292-71979-8
 +#Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive (retrieved May 2018)
{{ref}} {{ref}}
==External Links== ==External Links==
{{GSearch|Troglodytes+solstitialis}} {{GSearch|Troglodytes+solstitialis}}
[[Category:Birds]] [[Category:Troglodytes]] [[Category:Birds]] [[Category:Troglodytes]]

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Photo by Gerald FriesenEast Andes slope, San Isidro’s Lodge, East Andes, Ecuador, April 2018
Photo by Gerald Friesen
East Andes slope, San Isidro’s Lodge, East Andes, Ecuador, April 2018
Troglodytes solstitialis

Contents

[edit] Identification

10·5–11·5 cm (4-4½ in)

[edit] Similar species

House Wren

[edit] Distribution

Andes of north-western Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, and north-western Venezuela.

[edit] Taxonomy

[edit] Subspecies

Five subspecies are recognized[1]:

  • T. s. solitarius:
  • Andes of Colombia and western [Venezuela]]
  • T. s. solstitialis:
  • Andes of southern Colombia to Ecuador and northern Peru (Cajamarca)
  • T. s. macrourus:
  • Andes of east-central Peru (southern Amazonas to Cusco)
  • T. s. frater:
  • Andes of extreme south-eastern Peru (Puno) to Bolivia
  • T. s. auricularis:
  • Andes of north-western Argentina (south to Tucumán and Catamarca)

[edit] Habitat

Humid forests, forest edges and cloudforests. Occasionally seen in bamboo thickets.

[edit] Behaviour

Frequently in mixed flocks.

[edit] Diet

There is no information available on their diet. The feeds both low and high within the forest sometimes in mixed flocks.

[edit] References

  1. Clements, J. F., T. S. Schulenberg, M. J. Iliff, D. Roberson, T. A. Fredericks, B. L. Sullivan, and C. L. Wood. 2017. The eBird/Clements checklist of birds of the world: v2017, with updates to August 2017. Downloaded from http://www.birds.cornell.edu/clementschecklist/download/
  2. Restall et al. 2006. Birds of Northern South America. Yale University Press. ISBN 9780300124156
  3. Ridgely and Tudor 2009. Field guide to the songbirds of South America - The Passerines. University of Texas Press. ISBN 978-0-292-71979-8
  4. Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive (retrieved May 2018)

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