Mangoverde :: World Bird Guide :: Woodcreepers :: Black-banded Woodcreeper

Black-banded Woodcreeper Dendrocolaptes picumnus

Described by: Lichtenstein, M. H. K. (1820)
Alternate common name(s): Cross-barred Woodcreeper, Pale-billed Woodcreeper
Old scientific name(s): None known by website authors


Costa Rica - Jan, 2000 © Giuliano Gerra and Silvio Sommazzi 
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C. to s. Central America. N., Amazonian, and sw. tropical South America;
Fragmented distribution;
(1) Lowlands of n. Amazonia in s. and e. Venezuela, Guyana, Surinam, Guiana and n. Brazil (Rio Negro e. to Amapa).
(2) Lowlands and foothills of w. Amazonia in se. Colombia, e. Ecuador, e. Peru, n. Bolivia and w. Amazonian Brazil (e. to Rio Negro and Rio Madeira and s. to Mato Grosso).
(3) C. Brazil s. of the lower Amazon from Rio Tapajos e. to Rio Xingu and s. to n. Mato Grosso).
(4) Subtropical zone to lower temperate zone in Andes and Pereija Mountains of e. Colombia s. to Cauca, nw. and w. Venezuela (Zulia, n. Barinas s. to Tachira).
(5) Highlands in subtropical and lower temperate zones of c. and se. Costa Rica and Pacific slope of w. Panama.
(6) Highlands of s. Mexico (Chiapas), Guatemala and w. Honduras.
(7) Tropical zone and subtropical zone of foothills and highlands of n. Colombia (Santa Marta) and the coastal ranges n. Venezuela (Falcon e. to Sucre and n. Monagas).
(8) E. foothills of e. Andes in c. Bolivia (La Paz, Cochabamba, Santa Cruz).
(9) Chaco region of e. Bolivia, sw. Brazil (w. Mato Grosso and w. Mato Grosso do Sul) and w. Paraguay. (10) Subtropical zone of foothills of e. Andes in nw. Argentina (Jujuy, Salta, Tucuman).


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Clements, James F. Birds of the World: A Checklist. Vista, CA: Ibis Publishing Company, 2000.


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