Grey-and-gold Tanager (Tangara palmeri) - HBW 16, p. 214
French: Calliste or-gris
Spanish: Tangara Grisdorada
Taxonomy: Calospiza palmeri Hellmayr, 1909, River Sipí, Chocó, Colombia.
On basis of plumage, habitat and voice appears most closely related to T. cabanisi. Monotypic.
Distribution: E Panama (including Cerro Tacarcuna, Altos de Quía, Cerro Pirre and Cerro Sapo; sight records from Nusagandi, in E San Blas province, and Cerro Azul), and Pacific slope and lowlands of W Colombia and W Ecuador (S to Esmeraldas and Pichincha; also Cordillera de Chindul, in N Manabí).
- Least Concern Enlarge map
Perched in a short fruiting tree by the side of the road.
Locality La Union road, Esmeraldas Province, Ecuador (Monotypic species)
Nick Athanas 10 May 2013 30 weeks ago 4.3
A bird on the top of branch
Locality Río Silanche Bird Sanctuary, Pichincha Province, Ecuador
Tadeusz Stawarczyk 24 September 2012 51 weeks ago 3.2
perched in tree
Locality Milpe, Pichincha Province, Ecuador (Monotypic species)
Dusan Brinkhuizen 26 March 2008 4 years ago 2.3