Apical Flycatcher (Myiarchus apicalis) - HBW 9, p. 434
French: Tyran à queue givrée
Spanish: Copetón Apical
Taxonomy: Myiarchus apicalis P. L. Sclater and Salvin, 1881, “Bogotá” = Honda, Tolima, Colombia.
Affinities uncertain, as present species not included in recent phylogenetic analysis of genus; it is predicted that it is probably either sister to M. ferox and M. phaeocephalus or paraphyletic with them. Monotypic.
Distribution: Upper parts of four river systems in WC Colombia: Cauca Valley (Valle and Cauca, one record from Antioquia), Pacific slope in arid valleys of upper R Dagua (Valle), upper R Patía (Nariño and valley of R Calima), and Magdalena Valley (Santander and Boyacá S to Huila).
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A bird perched in a tree above, then flying away. Locality Bolombolo, Antioquía Department, Colombia (Monotypic species)
Keith Blomerley 6 November 2012 17 weeks ago 22 sec 3.8
in tree, panting in heat Locality Concordia, Antioquía Department, Colombia (Monotypic species)
Martin Kennewell 27 May 2012 47 weeks ago 36 sec 3.8
On a branch
Locality Arbeláez, Cundinamarca Department, Colombia
mauricio rueda 14 August 2011 1 year ago 3.7
One ind from a couple
Locality Girardot, Cundinamarca Department, Colombia (Monotypic species)
Diego Calderon - COLOMBIA... 27 January 2013 11 weeks ago 3.6
One bird responding to playback.
Locality Bolombolo, Antioquía Department, Colombia (Monotypic species)
Diego Calderon - COLOMBIA... 17 November 2010 2 years ago 3.3
A bird comming to the play back in the dry forest of Agua de Dios, close to MANA DULCE Natural Reserve.
Locality Agua de Dios, Cundinamarca Department, Colombia
Manakin Nature Tours 20 February 2012 42 weeks ago 3
Locality Pereira, Risaralda Department, Colombia
mauricio rueda 31 December 2010 1 year ago 2.7
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