Recently proposed splits for the family Northern Creepers and Allies

Nava's Wren     Hylorchilus navai
Crossin & Ely   1973
s Mexico: Chiapas, e Veracruz
split from: Hylorchilus sumichrasti
insert after: Hylorchilus sumichrasti
P.W. Atkinson, M.J. Whittingham, H. Gomez de Silva Garza, Adam M. Kent & Ruth T. Maier,
Notes on the ecology, conservation and taxonomic status of Hylorchilus wrens
Bird Conservation International 3, 1 (1993): 75-85

Sharpe's Wren     Cinnycerthia olivascens
Sharpe  1882
Colombia; Ecuador; n Peru: Amazonas.  Andes
split from: Cinnycerthia peruana
insert after: Cinnycerthia unirufa
Robb T. Brumfield & J. Van Remsen,
Geographic variation and species limits in Cinnycerthia wrens of the Andes
Wilson Bulletin 108, 2, (1996): 205-227

Sepia-brown / Fulvous Wren     Cinnycerthia fulva
(Sclater)  1874
s Peru: Cuzco; w Bolivia: from Cochabamba w.  Andes
split from: Cinnycerthia peruana
insert after: Cinnycerthia peruana
Robb T. Brumfield & J. Van Remsen,
Geographic variation and species limits in Cinnycerthia wrens of the Andes
Wilson Bulletin 108, 2, (1996): 205-227

Cobb's Wren     Troglodytes cobbi
Chubb  1909
Falkland Islands
split from: Troglodytes aedon
insert after: Troglodytes aedon
R.W. Woods,
Cobb's Wren Troglodytes (aedon) cobbi of the Falkland Islands
Bulletin B.O.C. 113, 4 (1993): 195-207

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