Uniform Treehunter (Thripadectes ignobilis) - HBW 8, p. 341
French: Anabate uniforme
German: Rotbrauner Baumspäher
Spanish: Trepamusgos Uniforme
Other common names: Chestnut-rumped Treehunter
Taxonomy: Automolus ignobilis P. L. Sclater and Salvin, 1879, Frontino, Antioquia, Colombia.
No obvious sister-species within genus. Small size, relatively short bill and more arboreal foraging have suggested to some authors that this species should be treated in a monotypic genus. Monotypic.
Distribution: Pacific slope of W Andes in Colombia (S from Chocó) and NW Ecuador (S to El Oro).
- Least Concern Enlarge map
foraging on lichen covered boughs Locality Las Tangaras Nature Reserve, Choco Department, Colombia (Monotypic species)
Martin Kennewell 24 May 2012 3 years ago 32 sec 4
A bird clinging to a vertical branch then flying away. Locality Las Tangaras Nature Reserve, Choco Department, Colombia (Monotypic species)
Keith Blomerley 7 November 2012 3 years ago 21 sec 3.8
Bird looks around and calls Locality Milpe, Pichincha Province, Ecuador (Monotypic species)
Desmond Allen 25 February 2014 1 year ago 9 sec 3.5
Monitoring biodiversity at Tatama area
Locality Tatama National Park, Colombia (Monotypic species)
Oswaldo Cortes - BOGOTA B... 17 October 2010 3 years ago 3.3
An adult near the nest
Locality Santa Lucia Lodge, Nanegal, Pichincha Province, Ecuador
Ulises Ornstein 1 March 2010 5 years ago 3
Locality Mindo Valley, Pichincha Province, Ecuador (Monotypic species)
Dusan M. Brinkhuizen 28 May 2009 6 years ago 3