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Tanagers (Thraupidae)

Spot-crowned Euphonia (Euphonia imitans) - HBW 16, p. 291

French: Organiste moucheté German: Stirnfleckenorganist Spanish: Eufonia Coronipinta
Other common names: Tawny-bellied/Tawny-tailed Euphonia

Taxonomy: Tanagra imitans Hellmayr, 1936, El Pózo, River Térraba, Costa Rica.
Recent molecular-genetic analysis indicates that genus belongs in family Fringillidae. This species has been thought to form a superspecies with E. fulvicrissa. Monotypic.

Distribution: Pacific slope of Costa Rica (from at least Carara and San José) S to W Panama (Chiriquí).

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