Species Limits In Antbirds (Thamnophilidae): The Warbling Antbird (Hypocnemis Cantator) Complex

Warbling Antbird (Hypocnemis cantator) Science Article 1


Recordings examined. The following list identifies recordings used in the study by taxon, country, state or department, recording location, and recordist. Taxon codes reflect the names of current subspecies within whose range they fall. Numbers following the recordist name identify the number of cuts per recordist per location. Acronyms for recording archives: FSM = Florida State Museum, University of Florida, Tallahassee; ML = Macaulay Library, Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology, Ithaca; NSA = National Sound Archive, The British Library, London. ISL = recordings not yet archived in an institutional collection but that have been copied into the inventory maintained by MLI and PRI. Many of these unarchived recordings either are in the process of being archived or will eventually be archived by the recordists. They are organized by smallest population studied (see Fig. 1 in article), country, department, and location. In the region of sympatry of collinsi and peruviana3, some recordings contained only types of vocalizations that were not separable to taxon, nor was the accompanying documentation of plumage coloration sufficient to identify the taxon.

Isler M.L., et al., The Auk 124(1):ONLINE, 2007

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