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Cacholote
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Not to be confused with Cachalote.

The cacholotes are four species of relatively large, heavy-billed Furnariids in the genus Pseudoseisura. They are found in shrubby habitats in the South American countries of Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay. They are essentially brown (ranging from deep rufous to pale gray-brown depending on species), and all are crested to some extent.

Species

The allopatric Caatinga and gray-crested cacholotes were formerly considered conspecific under the name rufous cacholote (Pseudoseisura cristata).

Image Scientific name Common Name Distribution Pseudoseisura cristata -Paraiba, Brasil-8.jpg Pseudoseisura cristata Caatinga cacholote Caatinga in north-eastern Brazil. Pseudoseisura unirufa-Rufous Cacholote.JPG Pseudoseisura unirufa Grey-crested cacholote Pantanal-region in Brazil, Paraguay and Bolivia Pseudopseisura lophotes - Brown cacholote 2.JPG Pseudoseisura lophotes Brown cacholote northern Argentina, western Paraguay and Uruguay; also in southeastern Bolivia and Rio Grande do Sul Pseudoseisura gutturalis - White-throated cacholote.jpg Pseudoseisura gutturalis White-throated cacholote Argentina (Patagonia and the northwest).

References

  • Zimmer, K., & Whittaker, A. (2000). The Rufous Cacholote (Furnariidae: Pseudoseisura) is two species. Condor 102(2): 409–422
  • Tonni, E. P., & Noriega, J. I. (2001). Una especie extinta de Pseudoseisura Reichenbach 1853 (Passeriformes: Furnariidae) del Pleistoceno de la Argentina: comentarios filogenéticos. Ornitología Neotropical 12(1): 29-44.


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Cacholote: Brief Summary
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The cacholotes are four species of relatively large, heavy-billed Furnariids in the genus Pseudoseisura. They are found in shrubby habitats in the South American countries of Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay. They are essentially brown (ranging from deep rufous to pale gray-brown depending on species), and all are crested to some extent.

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