Black-throated Grosbeak (Saltator fuliginosus) - HBW 16, p. 414
French: Saltator fuligineux
Spanish: Pepitero Fuliginoso
Taxonomy: Loxia fuliginosa Daudin, 1800, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Affiliations of genus uncertain; recent molecular-genetic analyses indicate that it does not belong with present family, and may be better placed with tanagers (Thraupidae). Present species and S. grossus sometimes treated as conspecific, and both sometimes placed in a separate genus, Pitylus. Monotypic.
Distribution: E Brazil (Alagoas; S Bahia and E Minas Gerais S to N Rio Grande do Sul) and NE Argentina (Misiones); possibly also SE Paraguay (no recent records).
- Least Concern Enlarge map
Bird perched, giving a single note, and apparently drinking from the surface of a wet leaf. Locality Intervales State Park, São Paulo State, Brazil (Monotypic species)
Richard Garrigues 27 November 2008 4 years ago 19 sec 3.5
A perched bird singing Locality Itatiaia National Park, Brazil (Monotypic species)
Josep del Hoyo 3 July 2004 6 years ago 26 sec 3.2
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Bico de pimenta
Locality Itariri, São Paulo State, Brazil
Lindolfo Souto 18 May 2012 1 year ago 4.1
Adult feeding on vegetal matter
Locality Tres Picos State Park, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil
Rafael Merchante 29 January 2007 29 weeks ago 4
Black-throated Grosbeak arriving at a feeding place
Locality Brusque, Santa Catarina State, Brazil
Michael Fritzen 14 August 2010 2 years ago 4
A male singing.
Locality Karadya Bio-Reserve, Misiones Province, Argentina (Monotypic species)
Carmelo López 26 November 2011 1 year ago 3.8
Adult feeding on seeds
Locality São Paulo State, Brazil
Samantha Klein 30 September 2012 9 weeks ago 3.7
A perched male.
Locality Boa Nova, Bahia State, Brazil (Monotypic species)
Ken Havard 15 February 2007 1 year ago 3
Male singing in the forest. Locality Itatiaia National Park, Brazil
Antonio Silveira 1 December 2003 1 year ago 4
metallic call notes Locality Intervales State Park, São Paulo State, Brazil
Bradley Davis 7 April 2008 4 years ago 3
Male singing in the Atlantic Raiforest. Locality Carlos Botelho State Park, São Paulo State, Brazil
Antonio Silveira 7 April 2006 1 year ago 0