Black-throated Wren (Thryothorus atrogularis) - HBW 10, p. 418
French: Troglodyte à gorge noire
Spanish: Cucarachero Gorginegro
Other common names: Northern Black-throated Wren
Taxonomy: Thryothorus atrogularis Salvin, 1865, Tucurriquí, Costa Rica.
Formerly regarded as conspecific with T. spadix, but the two are quite distinct in plumage and song and are widely separated geographically. Monotypic.
Distribution: Caribbean lowlands and foothills in SE Nicaragua (S from about San Juan del Norte), Costa Rica (extending W to Pacific slope on some volcanoes), and W Panama (W Bocas del Toro); recently found also in E Honduras.
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