Bolivian Earthcreeper (Upucerthia harterti) - HBW 8, p. 249
French: Upucerthie de Bolivie
Spanish: Bandurrita Boliviana
Other common names: Hartert’s Earthcreeper
Taxonomy: Upucerthia harterti Berlepsch, 1892, Trigal and Valle Grande, Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
Sometimes placed in a separate genus Ochetorhynchus along with U. ruficaudus and U. certhioides; closest to latter, with which has been considered to form a superspecies or to be conspecific. Monotypic.
Distribution: Andes of Bolivia (S La Paz S to Chuquisaca and Potosí).
- Least Concern Enlarge map
A bird in a bush Locality San José, Saipina, Santa Cruz Department, Bolivia (Monotypic species)
Josep del Hoyo 18 August 2005 8 years ago 33 sec 3.2
A male singing from a bush Locality Bolivia (Monotypic species)
Luc Fazio 12 August 2001 6 years ago 23 sec 3.2
A distant bird perched Locality Tambo Area, Santa Cruz Department, Bolivia (Monotypic species)
Frank Witebsky 2004 6 years ago 9 sec 2.5
Adult singing on top of a spiny bush
Locality Red-fronted Macaw Reserve, Omereque, Cochabamba Department, Bolivia
Dubi Shapiro 11 November 2012 1 year ago 4.4
A bird among branches.
Locality San José, Saipina, Santa Cruz Department, Bolivia (Monotypic species)
Josep del Hoyo 18 September 2005 4 years ago 1.4
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