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Zimmer's Antbird

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Zimmers Antbird

Northern Chestnut-tailed Antbird Alternate name
Myrmeciza castanea Scientific name
Passeriformes Order
Thamnophilidae Family
12 cm Length
Tropical rainforest, below 1,350 m. Found in;- Colombia, Ecuador & Peru. Habitat-Altitude-Range
Clutch
Arthropods Food  
                       Habits
TSN: 561374 - Sub-species World Number
Least Concern Status

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Zimmer's Antbird Myrmeciza castanea Nick Athanas Ecuador Cabañas Yankuam, Zamora-Chinchipe XC12300

 

 

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AKA:- Czech: mravenčík popelavěhlavý
Danish: Maynasmyrefugl
German: Nördlicher Rotschwanz-Ameisenvogel
English: Northern Chestnut-tailed Antbird, Zimmer's Antbird
Spanish: Hormiguero Colicastaño Norteño
Spanish (Colombia): Hormiguero Colicastaño Norteño
Finnish: kastanjamuura
French: Alapi à queue rousse, Alapi de Zimmer
Italian: Formichiere codacastana settentrionale
Latin: Myrmeciza castanea
Norwegian: Nordkastanjemaurfugl
Polish: mrowiniec rdzawy
Slovak: mravcovka nížinná
Swedish: Maynasmyrfågel
Chinese: 北方栗尾蚁鸟

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Sub-species

Myrmeciza castanea
Myrmeciza castanea castanea
Myrmeciza castanea centunculorum

 

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