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InfoNatura Species Index:  1 - 50 of 62 records in family Formicariidae of order Passeriformes.
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  (Heritage ID)   Scientific Name Status National Occurrence in Latin American and the Caribbean
  Common Name Heritage IUCN CITES
Aves, Passeriformes, Formicariidae
2.651912 Formicarius colma
   Rufous-capped Antthrush
G5 LC    Countries: BO, BR, CO, EC, GF, GY, PE, SR, VE
2.771230 Formicarius analis
   Black-faced Antthrush
G5 LC    Countries: BO, BR, BZ, CO, CR, EC, GF, GT, GY, HN, MX, NI, PA, PE, SR, TT, VE
2.651913 Formicarius rufifrons
   Rufous-fronted Antthrush
G2 NT    Countries: BR, PE
2.649889 Formicarius nigricapillus
   Black-headed Antthrush
G4G5 LC    Countries: CO, CR, EC, PA
2.649890 Formicarius rufipectus
   Rufous-breasted Antthrush
G4 LC    Countries: CO, CR, EC, PA, PE, VE
2.651914 Chamaeza campanisona
   Short-tailed Antthrush
G4 LC    Countries: AR, BO, BR, CO, EC, GY, PE, PY, VE
2.651915 Chamaeza nobilis
   Striated Antthrush
G4 LC    Countries: BO, BR, CO, EC, PE
2.650351 Chamaeza meruloides
   Such's Antthrush
GNR LC    Countries: BR
2.650294 Chamaeza turdina
   Schwartz's Antthrush
GNR LC    Countries: CO, VE
2.651916 Chamaeza ruficauda
   Rufous-tailed Antthrush
G3 LC    Countries: BR
2.651917 Chamaeza mollissima
   Barred Antthrush
G3 LC    Countries: BO, CO, EC, PE
2.649891 Pittasoma michleri
   Black-crowned Antpitta
G4 LC    Countries: CO, CR, PA
2.651918 Pittasoma rufopileatum
   Rufous-crowned Antpitta
G3 NT    Countries: CO, EC
2.651919 Grallaria squamigera
   Undulated Antpitta
G4 LC    Countries: BO, CO, EC, PE, VE
2.651920 Grallaria gigantea
   Giant Antpitta
G2 VU    Countries: CO, EC
2.651921 Grallaria excelsa
   Great Antpitta
G2 VU    Countries: VE
2.651922 Grallaria varia
   Variegated Antpitta
G4 LC    Countries: AR, BR, GF, GY, PE, PY, SR, VE
2.651923 Grallaria alleni
   Moustached Antpitta
G1 EN    Countries: CO, EC
2.649892 Grallaria guatimalensis
   Scaled Antpitta
G4 LC    Countries: BO, BR, CO, CR, EC, GT, GY, HN, MX, NI, PA, PE, SV, TT, VE
2.651924 Grallaria chthonia
   Tachira Antpitta
G1 EN    Countries: VE
2.651925 Grallaria haplonota
   Plain-backed Antpitta
G3 LC    Countries: CO, EC, PE, VE
2.651926 Grallaria dignissima
   Ochre-striped Antpitta
G4 LC    Countries: CO, EC, PE
2.651927 Grallaria eludens
   Elusive Antpitta
G3 NT    Countries: BR, PE
2.651928 Grallaria ruficapilla
   Chestnut-crowned Antpitta
G4 LC    Countries: CO, EC, PE, VE
2.651929 Grallaria watkinsi
   Watkins's Antpitta
G3 LC    Countries: EC, PE
2.651930 Grallaria bangsi
   Santa Marta Antpitta
G2 VU    Countries: CO
2.650369 Grallaria kaestneri
   Cundinamarca Antpitta
GNR VU    Countries: CO
2.651931 Grallaria andicolus
   Stripe-headed Antpitta
G4 LC    Countries: BO, PE
2.651936 Grallaria griseonucha
   Gray-naped Antpitta
G3 LC    Countries: VE
2.651932 Grallaria rufocinerea
   Bicolored Antpitta
G2 VU    Countries: CO, EC
2.650347 Grallaria ridgelyi
   Jocotoco Antpitta
GNR EN    Countries: EC
2.651933 Grallaria nuchalis
   Chestnut-naped Antpitta
G4 LC    Countries: CO, EC, PE
2.650313 Grallaria carrikeri
   Pale-billed Antpitta
GNR LC    Countries: PE
2.651934 Grallaria albigula
   White-throated Antpitta
G3 LC    Countries: AR, BO, PE
2.650316 Grallaria flavotincta
   Yellow-breasted Antpitta
GNR LC    Countries: CO, EC
2.650356 Grallaria hypoleuca
   White-bellied Antpitta
GNR LC    Countries: CO, EC, PE
2.650348 Grallaria przewalskii
   Rusty-tinged Antpitta
GNR LC    Countries: PE
2.650311 Grallaria capitalis
   Bay Antpitta
GNR LC    Countries: PE
2.651935 Grallaria erythroleuca
   Red-and-white Antpitta
G3 LC    Countries: PE
2.651937 Grallaria rufula
   Rufous Antpitta
G4 LC    Countries: BO, CO, EC, PE, VE
2.650310 Grallaria blakei
   Chestnut Antpitta
GNR NT    Countries: PE
2.651939 Grallaria quitensis
   Tawny Antpitta
G4 LC    Countries: CO, EC, PE
2.651940 Grallaria milleri
   Brown-banded Antpitta
G1 EN    Countries: CO
2.651938 Grallaria erythrotis
   Rufous-faced Antpitta
G3 LC    Countries: BO
2.649893 Hylopezus perspicillatus
   Streak-chested Antpitta
G4 LC    Countries: CO, CR, EC, HN, NI, PA
2.651941 Hylopezus macularius
   Spotted Antpitta
G4 LC    Countries: BO, BR, CO, EC, GF, GY, PE, SR, VE
2.650506 Hylopezus auricularis
   Masked Antpitta
G2 VU    Countries: BO
2.651944 Hylopezus dives
   Thicket Antpitta
G5 LC    Countries: CO, CR, HN, NI, PA
2.649894 Hylopezus fulviventris
   White-lored Antpitta
G4 LC    Countries: CO, EC, PE
2.651942 Hylopezus berlepschi
   Amazonian Antpitta
G4 LC    Countries: BO, BR, PE
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