Fork-tailed Pygmy-tyrant (Hemitriccus furcatus) - HBW 9, p. 328
French: Todirostre à queue fourchue
Spanish: Titirijí Tijereta
Other common names: Fork-tailed Tody-tyrant
Taxonomy: T[odirostrum] furcatum Lafresnaye, 1846, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Formerly placed in a monotypic genus, Ceratotriccus, on basis of distinctive elongated and forked tail. Possibly a member of the superspecies formed by H. mirandae, H. cinnamomeipectus and H. kaempferi, possibly also including H. granadensis. Monotypic.
Distribution: CE & SE Brazil, in Bahia, S Minas Gerais, Rio de Janeiro and E São Paulo.
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