2019
DOI: 10.1111/jofo.12296
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Abstract: Birds in the genus Cinclodes are habitat specialists, with most restricted to the highlands of South America. The recently described Cipo Cinclodes (C. espinhacensis) is isolated in the southern Espinhaço Range of Brazil and is considered Endangered in Brazil and Near Threatened by the IUCN, but as a subspecies of Long‐tailed Cinclodes (C. pabsti). We examined the population and spatial ecology of Cipo Cinclodes at two geographic scales to improve our understanding of their basic biology and conservation statu… Show more

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“…Despite the differences in home‐range size, the density of Cipo Canasteros in our study was similar to that of Cipo Cinclodes (Freitas et al. ). BirdLife International () reported that the density of Cipo Canasteros was 10 birds/km 2 , which is close to our estimate.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 77%
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“…Despite the differences in home‐range size, the density of Cipo Canasteros in our study was similar to that of Cipo Cinclodes (Freitas et al. ). BirdLife International () reported that the density of Cipo Canasteros was 10 birds/km 2 , which is close to our estimate.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 77%
“…Cipo Cinclodes ( Cinclodes espinhacensis ), the other furnariid endemic to the campos ruprestres of the Espinhaço Range, were found to have home‐ranges even larger than those of Cipo Canasteros at another location in the Serra do Cipó (11.9 ± 11.5 ha; Freitas et al. ). However, compared to other species of birds in the campos rupestres , some have larger home‐ranges than Cipo Canasteros (e.g., Ribeiro et al.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The Cipo Cinclodes Cinclodes espinhacensis is a recently described furnariid endemic to campo rupestre vegetation mosaic from the highest mountaintops of Serra do Cipó, southern Espinhaço Range, Brazil (Freitas et al 2012(Freitas et al & 2019. The species is isolated by more than 1000 km from its closest relative, the Long-tailed Cinclodes Cinclodes pabsti from the Serra Geral, southern Brazil (Freitas et al 2008, Chaves et al 2015.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A recent study investigated the population and spatial ecology of Cipo Cinclodes, improving our understanding of their basic biology and distribution and supporting the designation as "Endangered" on the Brazilian Red List (Freitas et al 2019). Beyond that, nothing else has been published about the natural history of Cipo Cinclodes since its description (Freitas et al 2012).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%