Red-faced Guan (Penelope dabbenei) - HBW 2, p. 348
French: Pénélope de Dabbene
Spanish: Pava Carirroja
Other common names: Dabbene's Guan
Taxonomy: Penelope dabbenei Hellmayr and Conover, 1942, Cerro de Calilegua, Ledesma, Jujuy, Argentina.
Usually regarded as an isolated relative of P. obscura, although sometimes considered to be more closely related to P. montagnii. P. nigrifrons is a synonym. Monotypic.
Distribution: S Bolivia (S Santa Cruz, Chuquisaca and Tarija) and NW Argentina (Jujuy and Salta).
- Least Concern Enlarge map
Three birds preching on a branch and calling. Locality Potrero de Yala Provincial Park, Jujuy Province, Argentina (Monotypic species)
hectorslongo 12 November 2009 8 weeks ago 57 sec 4.3
A bird standing on a branch in a humid day. Locality Yala, Jujuy Province, Argentina (Monotypic species)
hectorslongo 5 October 2008 9 weeks ago 26 sec 4
A bird moving on a branch, in dense vegetation Locality Yala, Jujuy Province, Argentina (Monotypic species)
Barry Attridge 16 December 2006 5 years ago 45 sec 3
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