Recently described new species for the family Tapaculos
For more information on Tapaculo systematics, the reader is referred to the Tapaculos splits page.

This short cut is part of a longer recording and marks the start of the continuously repeated "tucks" that form the song of Tall-grass Wetland Tapaculo. The full song is slightly more emphatic than in this recording.

Start of song of Tall-grass Wetland Tapaculo

 


© Rolf A. de By. Recorded December 12, 1998, Quatro Barras, ne of Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil.  The drawn-out nasal sounds in between are believed to be frogs (Physalaemus).

Tall-grass Wetland Tapaculo     Scytalopus iraiensis
se Brazil: Paraná state, Santa Catarina state?
insert after: Scytalopus speluncae
Marcos Ricardo Bornschein, Bianca Luiza Reinert & Mauro Pichorim,
Descrição, ecologia e conservação de um novo Scytalopus (Rhinocryptidae) do sul do Brasil, com comentários sobre a morfologia da família
Ararajuba 6, 1 (1998): 3-36
 

Chocó Tapaculo     Scytalopus chocoensis
Ecuador: Pacific lowlands in provinces of Esmeraldas and Imbabura
insert after: Scytalopus indigoticus
Niels Krabbe and Thomas S. Schulenberg,
Species limits and natural history of Scytalopus Tapaculos (Rhinocryptidae), with descriptions of the Ecuadorian taxa, including three new species
Ornithological Monographs No. 48, Studies in Neotropical Ornithology honoring Ted Parker (1997), 47-88
 

Ecuadorian Tapaculo     Scytalopus robbinsi
Ecuador: Pacific slope in provinces of Azuay and El Oro
insert after: Scytalopus chocoensis
Niels Krabbe and Thomas S. Schulenberg,
Species limits and natural history of Scytalopus Tapaculos (Rhinocryptidae), with descriptions of the Ecuadorian taxa, including three new species
Ornithological Monographs No. 48, Studies in Neotropical Ornithology honoring Ted Parker (1997), 47-88
 

Chusquea Tapaculo     Scytalopus parkeri
Ecuador: e slopes of s Andes; Peru: depts. Cajamarca and Piura
insert after: Scytalopus robbinsi
Niels Krabbe and Thomas S. Schulenberg,
Species limits and natural history of Scytalopus Tapaculos (Rhinocryptidae), with descriptions of the Ecuadorian taxa, including three new species
Ornithological Monographs No. 48, Studies in Neotropical Ornithology honoring Ted Parker (1997), 47-88
 

Diademed Tapaculo     Scytalopus schulenbergi
se Peru: dept. Puno; Bolivia: depts. La Paz and Cochabamba
insert after: Scytalopus parkeri
Bret M. Whitney,
A new Scytalopus tapaculo (Rhinocryptidae) from Bolivia, with notes on the other Bolivian members of the genus and the magellanicus complex
Wilson Bulletin 106, 4 (1994): 585-614

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