Bare-necked Umbrellabird (Cephalopterus glabricollis) - HBW 9, p. 102
French: Coracine ombrelle
Spanish: Paragüero Cuellicalvo
Taxonomy: Cephalopterus glabricollis Gould, 1851, Chiriquí, 8000 feet [c. 2440 m], Panama.
May form a superspecies with C. ornatus and C. penduliger; all three suggested by some as being possibly conspecific, but this considered unlikely. Monotypic.
Distribution: Mountains and surrounding foothills and lowlands of Costa Rica (E from Cordillera Guanacaste) and Panama (E to Veraguas).
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A close-up of a male plucking and swallowing fruits. Locality Veragua Rainforest, Limón Province, Costa Rica (Monotypic species)
Richard Garrigues 6 December 2012 22 weeks ago 24 sec 4.6
A male plucking and swallowing fruits. Locality Veragua Rainforest, Limón Province, Costa Rica (Monotypic species)
Richard Garrigues 6 December 2012 23 weeks ago 27 sec 4.6
A male apparently giving a display Locality Costa Rica (Monotypic species)
monicayhector 20 April 2008 3 years ago 19 sec 3.4
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