IUCN threat status:

Endangered (EN)


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Range Description

Aglaiocercus berlepschi occupies a restricted range in north-east Venezuela in the Turimiquire Massif (both in the Serrana de Turimiquire the west of the San Antonio valley and the Cordillera de Caripe to the east) on the borders of Sucre, Anzoategui and Monagas. It was formerly common in parts of its range (Hilty 2003, Sharpe and Lentino 2008) is locally fairly common in places (P. Boesman in litt. 2006, Sharpe and Lentino 2008, C. J. Sharpe in litt. 2011). Extent of Occurrence has been estimated at 3,000 km2 (Sharpe and Lentino 2008) and 4,200 km2 (BirdLife International).


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