2023
DOI: 10.1111/ibi.13181
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Phylogenetic relationships and systematics of the bamboo‐specialistAmaurospizablue seedeaters

Abstract: The Amaurospiza ‘seedeaters’ are bamboo‐specialized mixed strategists, most often found in bamboos in vegetative state, feeding on buds, shoots, petioles and insects. As bamboos die after flowering, birds may wander in search of live vegetative bamboo. The three currently recognized species of Amaurospiza are allopatrically distributed: the Blackish‐blue Seedeater Amaurospiza moesta in the Atlantic Forest of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay, and in forest enclaves in the Cerrado; the recently described Carrizal … Show more

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“…[p. 594] Extralimital species Amaurospiza aequatorialis is treated as a species separate from A. concolor . In the species account for A. concolor , delete southwestern Colombia and northwestern Ecuador from the distributional statement for the concolor group, and insert the following at the end of the existing Notes: Formerly considered conspecific with A. aequatorialis Sharpe, 1888 [Ecuadorian Seedeater], but separated based on paraphyly of A. concolor sensu lato with respect to A. moesta and A. carrizalensis , as well as vocal and plumage differences commensurate with those between some species pairs in related lineages (Areta et al 2023).…”
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“…[p. 594] Extralimital species Amaurospiza aequatorialis is treated as a species separate from A. concolor . In the species account for A. concolor , delete southwestern Colombia and northwestern Ecuador from the distributional statement for the concolor group, and insert the following at the end of the existing Notes: Formerly considered conspecific with A. aequatorialis Sharpe, 1888 [Ecuadorian Seedeater], but separated based on paraphyly of A. concolor sensu lato with respect to A. moesta and A. carrizalensis , as well as vocal and plumage differences commensurate with those between some species pairs in related lineages (Areta et al 2023).…”
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