Scytalopus stilesi

It has been found at 21 sites in montane forest between 1,420 and 2,130 m altitude in the northern Cordillera Central of the Colombian Andes; although having a restricted range, within this limited area it is a common understorey bird. Initiually, it seemed as if the species would classify as Near Threatened , but it turned out to be more plentiful and thus is classified as species of Least Concern in the 2007 IUCN Red List.

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

* Stiles's Tapaculo, Scytalopus stilesi (described in 2005) * Ecuadorian Tapaculo or El Oro Tapaculo, Scytalopus robbinsi * Narino Tapaculo, Scytalopus vicinior * Brown-rumped Tapaculo, Scytalopus latebricola * Mérida Tapaculo, Scytalopus meridanus * Lara Tapaculo, Scytalopus meridanus fuscicauda – was considered at best a subspecies by Donegan & Avendano 2008. More

Luis Miguel (2005): Scytalopus stilesi, a new species of tapaculo (Rhinocryptidae) from the Cordillera Central of Colombia. Auk 122(2): 445-463. DOI:10.1642/0004-8038(2005)1222.0.CO;2 PDF fulltext * BirdLife Species Factsheet Retrieved on 22 May 2007. Stub icon This Rhinocryptidae-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v • d • e Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia. More

& Renjifo, Luis Miguel (2005): Scytalopus stilesi, a new species of tapaculo (Rhinocryptidae) from the Cordillera Central of Colombia. Auk 122(2): 445-463. download discovery article Upper Magdalena Tapaculo Scytalopus rodriguezi ENDANGERED typical Scytalopus tapaculo, predominantly slate-grey all over with some buff-brown barring on the belly. Similar spp lacks distinguishing plumage features. Best identified on voice. More

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christened their finding as Scytalopus Stilesi, in honor of Gary Stiles, a North American ornithologist who lives in Bogotá and has contributed to the conservation of many species. Luis Miguel Renjifo, Andrés Cuervo, Daniel Cadena, and Niels Krabbe are responsible for the finding of a bird that has a small body and beak, brown stripes on the back and dark gray plumage, which lives in the low areas of humid forests, at a height between 1,400 and 2,100 meters, in places where light is scarce. More

Scytalopus stilesi, A New Species Of Tapaculo (Rhinocryptidae) From The Cordillera Central Of Colombia. The Auk 122(2): 445-463. Krabbe, N., and T.S. Schulenberg. 1997. Species limits and natural history of Scytalopus tapaculos (Rhinocryptidae), with descriptions of the Ecuadorian taxa, including three new species. More

that for Scytalopus stilesi: the new taxon differs little in plumage or morphometrics from congeners, but has a distinctive voice and differs genetically. "I first heard a recording (Bret Whitney, from Fince Merenberg) of this bird many years ago, and was puzzled by it. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Rhinocryptidae
Genus : Scytalopus
Species : stilesi
Authority : Cuervo, Cadena, Krabbe & Renjifo, 2005