Stolid Flycatcher (Myiarchus stolidus) - HBW 9, p. 440
French: Tyran grosse-tête
Spanish: Copetón Bobito
Taxonomy: Myiobius stolidus Gosse, 1847, Jamaica.
Has been considered conspecific with M. sagrae, but usually treated as separate species on basis of vocal characters. Phylogenetic analysis of mitochondrial DNA found nominate race to be more closely related to nominate race of M. sagrae, with race dominicensis as sister to race lucaysiensis of latter. Interestingly, dawn song of nominate race is similar to that of both races of M. sagrae. Two subspecies recognized.
Subspecies and Distribution:
- stolidus (Gosse, 1847) - Jamaica.
- dominicensis (H. Bryant, 1867) - Hispaniola (Haiti, Dominican Republic) and adjacent islands (Gonâve, Tortue, Grande Cayemite, Beata).
- Least Concern Enlarge map
an individual perched on a wire at Kate Wallace property Locality Rabo de Gato, Puerto Escondido, Sierra de Bahoruco, Dominican Republic
DAVID ASCANIO 17 April 2011 5 years ago 13 sec 4
rear view Locality Hellshire Beach, Middlesex County, Jamaica (ssp stolidus)
Martin Kennewell 25 March 2016 2 weeks ago ADDED LAST MONTH 12 sec 3
perched, flies Locality Hellshire Beach, Middlesex County, Jamaica (ssp stolidus)
Martin Kennewell 25 March 2016 2 weeks ago ADDED LAST MONTH 23 sec 3