Mangoverde :: World Bird Guide :: Ovenbirds :: Pale-breasted Spinetail

Pale-breasted Spinetail Synallaxis albescens

Described by: Temminck (1823)
Alternate common name(s): White-throated Spinetail, Pale-breasted Castlebuilder
Old scientific name(s): None known by website authors


Roraima, Brazil - Jul, 2001 © Arthur Grosset  Roraima, Brazil - Jul, 2001 © Arthur Grosset  Laguno de Pedro Paulo, near Bogota, Colombia - Mar, 2006 © R S Scanlon  Chapada, Brazil - Sep, 2004 © Tom Stephenson  French Guiana - Jul, 2005 © Jean-Michel Fenerole 
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S. Central America, n., e. and sc. South America;
(1) Sw. Costa Rica, Panama and nw. Colombia.
(2) Coastal n. Colombia.
(3) N. and c. Colombia (Cauca Valley and Magdalena Valley, and Boyaca) and nw. Venezuela (s. Apure).
(4) Coastal ex. n. Colombia (Guajira Peninsula) and nw. Venezuela (nw. Zulia e. to w. Falcon and s. to the n. shore of Lake Maracaibo and Lara).
(5) Nc. Colombia (Norte de Santander, Santander) and nw. Venezuela (Perija Mountains, Merida, Tachira).
(6) N. Colombia (Santa Marta Mountains), n. Venezuela (s. Tachira and Apure e. to Sucre, Monagas, ex. n. Amazonas and n. Bolivar and Margarita Is., Cubagua Is., Trinidad and Bocas Is.).
(7) S. Venezuela (c. Amazonas, c. Bolivar), Guyana, Surinam and n. Brazil (Roraima).
(8) Guiana and nc. Brazil along both shores of the Amazon between Rio Madeira and Rio Tapajos).
(9) Ex. se. Peru (Madre de Dios), e. Bolivia (Beni to Tarija and Santa Cruz), w. Paraguay and nw. Argentina (Salta, Formosa s. to Mendoza, La Pampa and Buenos Aires).
(10) E. and s. Brazil (Bahia (Chapada Diamantina)), e. Paraguay and ne. Argentina (Misiones).


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Clements, James F. Birds of the World: A Checklist. Vista, CA: Ibis Publishing Company, 2000.


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