Ochre-breasted Tanager (Chlorothraupis stolzmanni) - HBW 16, p. 322
French: Habia de Stolzmann
Spanish: Tangara Pechiocre
Taxonomy: Phoenicothraupis stolzmanni Berlepsch and Taczanowski, 1884, Chimbo, Ecuador.
Molecular-genetic evidence indicates that this genus may form a monophyletic group with Piranga and Habia, and that all three are more closely related to cardinals (Cardinalidae) than to true tanagers. Races weakly differentiated. Two subspecies recognized.
Subspecies and Distribution:
- dugandi Meyer de Schauensee, 1948 - Pacific slope of Andes in Colombia (Risaralda S to Nariño); extreme NW Ecuador (El Placer, in Esmeraldas).
- stolzmanni (Berlepsch & Taczanowski, 1884) - W slope of Andes in Ecuador from Pichincha S to El Oro.
- Least Concern Enlarge map
A bird in a tree, performing its endless, loud and harsh song Locality Río Silanche Bird Sanctuary, Pichincha Province, Ecuador (ssp stolzmanni)
Josep del Hoyo 7 September 2007 7 years ago 40 sec 3.2