Primer registro del frutero pechinegro Pipreola lubomirskii (Aves, Cotingidae) en la vertiente occidental de los Andes

Translated title of the contribution: First record of black-chested fruiteater Pipreola lubomirskii (Aves, Cotingidae) in the western slopes of the Andes

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Abstract

The black-chested fruiteater, Pipreola lubomirskii, is a cotinga reported as rare and of local distribution in the Northern Andes. Before the present report it only had been registered for the eastern slope of Peru and Ecuador, and in the southern Andes of Colombia. The present report extends its distribution to the montane forests of the Pacific slopes of Peruvian Andes, having been found in the cloud forests of the Zaña valley in the department of Cajamarca (6°50'-6°52' latitude S, 79°10'-79°07' longitude W).

Translated title of the contributionFirst record of black-chested fruiteater Pipreola lubomirskii (Aves, Cotingidae) in the western slopes of the Andes
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)93-97
Number of pages5
JournalRevista Peruana de Biologia
Volume10
Issue number1
StatePublished - 2003
Externally publishedYes

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