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Title: A revision of the distribution of the Ashy-headed Greenlet Hylophilus pectoralis (Passeriformes: Vireonidae), with records of its occurrence in southwestern Minas Gerais and São Paulo
Other Titles: Revisão da distribuição do vite-vite-de-cabeça-cinza Hylophilus pectoralis (Passeriformes: Vireonidae), com notificação de sua ocorrência no Triângulo Mineiro e noroeste de São Paulo
Authors: Pacheco, José Fernando
Olmos, Fábio
Macarrão, Arthur
Gagliardi, Ricardo Luís
Parrini, Ricardo
Cohn-Haft, Mario
Braz, Vivian da Silva
Keywords: Forest Edge
Geographical Distribution
New Record
Range Expansion
Species Occurrence
Minas Gerais
Sao Paulo [brazil]
Hylophilus Pectoralis
Issue Date: 2011
metadata.dc.publisher.journal: Revista Brasileira de Ornitologia
metadata.dc.relation.ispartof: Volume 19, Número 3, Pags. 332-342
Abstract: The Ashy-headed Greenlet has a spotty distribution over a broad area in Amazonia, both north and south of the Solimões-Amazonas river. It is mostly found second-growth, forest edge and water-edge habitats, including mangroves and gallery and varzea forests. The species also occurs in the Pantanal, the Chiquitano Forests, and in the Cerrado of central and northeastern Brazil, including the Brazilian states of Goiás, Maranhão and Piauí. This paper presents new records extending its distribution to the south, including southwest Minas Gerais (the "Triângulo Mineiro" region), southern Goiás, northwest São Paulo and eastern Mato Grosso do Sul, suggesting a recent colonization of those regions parallel to the one shown by the closely related H. thoracicus in southeastern Brazil.
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