Yucatan Nightjar (Caprimulgus badius) - HBW 5, p. 348
French: Engoulevent maya
Spanish: Chotacabras Guatemalteco
Other common names: Yucatan Tawny-collared Nightjar
Taxonomy: Antrostomus badius Bangs and Peck, 1908, Toledo district, Belize.
Forms superspecies with C. salvini and C. sericocaudatus, all three sometimes being considered conspecific. Present species has alternatively been treated as a race of one or other of the above species, although vocally it may be closest to C. rufus. Monotypic.
Distribution: Yucatán Peninsula of SE Mexico; also Cozumel I.
- Least Concern Enlarge map
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