Southern Antpipit

The range of the Southern Antpipit is a 3200 km by 3000 km contiguous area of southern Brazil bordered on the west by the pantanal and the southern cerrado. The range covers extreme eastern Bolivia, and extends eastward including the eastern half of Paraguay with the northeast tongue region of Argentina.

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The Southern Antpipit is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

The Southern Antpipit (Corythopis delalandi) is a species of bird in the Tyrannidae family, the tyrant flycatchers. It is one of two species in the genus Corythopis. It is found in southern Brazil and the pantanal of Paraguay, Bolivia and Brazil; also extreme north-eastern Argentina. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. Contents - * 1 Distribuition * 1. More

Southern Antpipit Corythopis delalandi = Described by: Lesson (1830) Alternate common name(s): Delalande's Antpipit Old scientific name(s): None known by website authors Photographs near Agua More

Southern Antpipit (Corythopis delalandi) = French: Corythopis de Delalande German: Südlicher Brustbandtyrann Spanish: Mosquero Terrestre Sureño Other common names: Delalande’s Antpipit Taxonomy: Muscicapa delalandi Lesson, 1830, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Genus was for long placed in the family Formicariidae or together with the gnateaters (Conopophaga) in the Conopophagidae; numerous anatomical, behavioural and genetic characters, however, indicate affinities within present family, probably closest to Pseudotriccus. This species forms a superspecies with C. More

Southern Antpipit Corythopis delalandi = near Agua More

Southern Antpipit (Corythopis delalandi) by Carlos Candia-Gallardo. More

Southern Antpipit (Corythopis delalandi) * Least Concern Get the latest Flash Player to see this video. More material of this species * 3.2A brief view o...Brazil, Oct 2009 hnjacob * 2.7A male. More

Southern antpipit (Corythopis delalandi). either of two species of South American birds of the genus Corythopis that resemble pipits in size, shape, and coloration. The name antpipit is sometimes improperly applied to the gnateaters (Conopophaga), who were formerly classified with antpipits in the family Conopophagidae; Corythopis is now usually classified with the tyrant flycatchers in the family Tyrannidae (order Passeriformes). Learn more about "antpipit" Citations - MLA Style: "antpipit. More

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that impressed me the most was the Southern Antpipit Corythopis delalandi. In the Chapadas dos Guimair More

Southern Antpipit - Corythopis delalandi - LC - NT - A2c, A3c Eared Pygmy-tyrant - Myiornis auricularis - LC - NT - A2c, A3c Drab-breasted Bamboo-tyrant - Hemitriccus diops - LC - VU - A2c, A3c Ochre-faced Tody-flycatcher - Todirostrum plumbeiceps - LC - NT - A2c, A3c White-throated Spadebill - Platyrinchus mystaceus - LC - NT - A2c, A3c Three-striped Flycatcher - Conopias trivirgata - LC - NT - A2c, A3c Greenish Schiffornis - Schiffornis virescens - LC - VU - A2c, More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Tyrannidae
Genus : Corythopis
Species : delalandi
Authority : (Lesson, 1831)