Wrenthrush (Zeledonia coronata) - HBW 15, p. 798
French: Paruline de Zeledon
Spanish: Reinita de Zeledón
Other common names: Zeledonia
Taxonomy: Zeledonia coronata Ridgway, 1889, Laguna del Volcán de Póas, Costa Rica.
Formerly placed in its own family (Zeledoniidae) and thought most closely related to wrens (Troglodytidae) or thrushes (Turdidae); later transferred to present family, within which believed probably closest to Basileuterus. Recent research, however, indicates that this species appears not to form part of a monophyletic parulid family. Further research required. Monotypic.
Distribution: N Costa Rica S to WC Panama.
- Least Concern Enlarge map
one individual walking on the ground among fallen branches Locality Poás Volcano National Park, Alajuela Province, Costa Rica
DAVID ASCANIO 19 July 2010 5 years ago 8 sec 2.6
Hiding inside vegetation
Locality Talamanca Range, Costa Rica
GunnarPettersson 12 January 2014 1 year ago 4.9
A bird on a branch.
Locality Cerro de la Muerte, San José Province, Costa Rica
Nick Athanas 23 November 2005 7 years ago 4.1
A bird skulking in heavy bush.
Locality Volcan Baru National Park, Chiriquí Province, Panama (Monotypic species)
Ken Havard 12 February 2009 3 years ago 3.6
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