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Old Friday 8th July 2011, 19:01   #1
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New Herpsilochmus antwrens

I don't know if this has been mentioned here before, but xeno-canto has recordings of three undescribed Herpsilochmus antwrens.

'Inambari-Tambopata' Antwren (a photo of which currently graces the xeno-canto americas homepage)
http://www.xeno-canto.org/XCspeciesp...es_nr2=2090.99

'Madeira-Purus' Antwren
http://www.xeno-canto.org/XCspeciesp...es_nr2=2090.85

'Aripuana-Ji-parana' Antwren
http://www.xeno-canto.org/XCspeciesp...es_nr2=2090.95
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Old Friday 8th July 2011, 21:03   #2
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I suppose this is the same as the one in the inventory of Pousada Rio Roosevelt by Andrew Whittaker (Cotinga 31: 30).
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Old Friday 8th July 2011, 22:28   #3
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Old Saturday 9th July 2011, 13:00   #4
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I suppose this is the same as the one in the inventory of Pousada Rio Roosevelt by Andrew Whittaker (Cotinga 31: 30).
Bret Witney has been showing this to folk on FG trips for a few years now but no idea if he was the original finder.

Guy - do you know if the new Herp. that is on poor soil ridges near ACTS in Peru (didn't have time last year to try) is a fourth new bird?

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BMW didn't find the RO Herpsilochmus---credit for that goes to Doug Stotz et al., back in 1986, although they identified them as H. atricapillus.

Not sure about the answer to your Peruvian poser. It's difficult keeping up with, and making sense of, all these "new" Herpsilochmus populations that keep popping out of the woodwork, which in part explains why they're not being described in a hurry!
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Abra Maruncunca

Robbins, Schulenberg, Lane, Cuervo, Binford†, Nyári, Combe, Arbeláez-Cortés, Wehtje & Lira-Noriega 2013. Abra Maruncunca, dpto. Puno, Peru, revisited: vegetation cover and avifauna changes over a 30-year period. Bull BOC 133(1): 31–51. [pdf]
  • p42: ANTWREN SP. Herpsilochmus sp.
[See also p38: PARAKEET SP. Pyrrhura sp.]

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Cohn-Haft & Bravo 2013. A new species of Herpsilochmus antwren from west of the Rio Madeira in Amazonian Brazil. HBW SV: 272–276.
  • Herpsilochmus praedictus Predicted Antwren
Whitney, Cohn-Haft, Bravo, Schunck & Silveira 2013. A new species of Herpsilochmus antwren from the Aripuanã-Machado interfluvium in central Amazonian Brazil. HBW SV: 277–281.
  • Herpsilochmus stotzi Aripuana Antwren
Ref: 15 New species of birds discovered in Amazonia.

AOU-SACC Proposal #585 (Pacheco, Sep 2013): Recognize Herpsilochmus stotzi (Aripuana Antwren) as a valid species.

AOU-SACC Proposal #586 (Bravo, Sep 2013): Recognize newly described Herpsilochmus praedictus.

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Cohn-Haft & Bravo 2013. A new species of Herpsilochmus antwren from west of the Rio Madeira in Amazonian Brazil. HBW SV: 272–276.
  • Herpsilochmus praedictus Predicted Antwren
Whitney, Cohn-Haft, Bravo, Schunck & Silveira 2013. A new species of Herpsilochmus antwren from the Aripuanã-Machado interfluvium in central Amazonian Brazil. HBW SV: 277–281.
  • Herpsilochmus stotzi Aripuana Antwren
Ref: 15 New species of birds discovered in Amazonia.

AOU-SACC Proposal #585 (Pacheco, Sep 2013): Recognize Herpsilochmus stotzi (Aripuana Antwren) as a valid species.

AOU-SACC Proposal #586 (Bravo, Sep 2013): Recognize newly described Herpsilochmus praedictus.

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Proposal (585) to SACC PASSED (29 Dec 2013)

Proposal (586) to SACC PASSED (29 Dec 2013)
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Dec 31 Accept Aripuana and Predicted Antwrens
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