Ecological Archives A019-065-A2

Ghislain Rompré, W. Douglas Robinson, André Desrochers, and George Angehr. 2009. Predicting declines in avian species richness under nonrandom patterns of habitat loss in a Neotropical landscape. Ecological Applications 19:1614–1627.

Appendix B. Extant forest bird species in the Panama Canal region showing strong sensitivity to habitat conversion, and having a very limited distribution among subregions (present in five subregions or less).

TABLE B1. Extant forest bird species in the Panama Canal region showing strong sensitivity to habitat conversion, and having a very limited distribution among subregions (present in 5 subregions or less). Subregion numbers refer to Fig. 1. This list does not include species considered extinct from the area (last seen more than 20 years ago). For a complete list of forest bird species present in the Panama Canal region with their sensitivity scores, see Rompré et al. (2007).


Species

Scientific name

Subregions

Status*


Barred Puffbird

Nystalus radiatus

27, 32

 

Bicolored Hawk

Accipiter bicolour

15, 23

V

Black-headed Brush-Finch

Atlapetes atricapillus

32

 

Blue-fronted Parrotlet

Touit dilectissima

27

V

Buff-rumped Warbler

Basileuterus fulvicauda

10, 12, 15, 23, 27

 

Central American Pygmy-Owl

Glaucidium griseiceps

14

 

Crested Eagle

Morphnus guianensis

13, 14, 15, 23, 24

E

Crimson-bellied Woodpecker

Campephilus haematogaster

14, 15, 32

 

Dull-mantled Antbird

Myrmeciza laemosticta

15, 23, 32

 

Fasciated Tiger-Heron

Tigrisoma fasciatum

14, 15

 

Gray Elaenia

Myiopagis caniceps

13, 14, 15, 20

 

Gray-cheeked Nunlet

Nonnula ruficapilla

23, 27

 

Great Jacamar

Jacamerops aurea

12, 14, 15, 23, 24

 

Green Hermit

Phaethornis guy

14, 15, 23, 32

 

Harpy Eagle

Harpia harpyja

14, 15, 22

E

Immaculate Antbird

Myrmeciza immaculata

23

 

Olive-backed Quail-Dove

Geotrygon veraguensis

15, 22, 23

 

Ornate Hawk-Eagle

Spizaetus ornatus

14, 15

 

Red-throated Caracara

Daptrius americana

8, 14, 15, 23, 25

V

Rufous-vented Ground-Cuckoo

Neomorphus geoffroyi

6, 14, 15, 17, 23

 

Russet Antshrike

Thamnistes anabatinus

15, 24

 

Sapayoa

Sapayoa aenigma

15, 24

 

Sepia-capped Flycatcher

Leptopogon amaurocephalus

10, 11, 23

V

Sirystes

Sirystes sibilator

15, 23, 24, 32

 

Slaty-winged Foliage-Gleaner

Philydor fuscipennis

15

 

Spot-crowned Barbet

Capito maculicoronatus

15, 23, 24, 25, 27

V

Stripe-breasted Wren

Thryothorus thoracicus

22, 23, 24, 25

BR

Tawny-capped Euphonia

Euphonia anneae

15, 24, 27, 32

V

Tawny-faced Quail

Rhynchortyx cinctus

15

 

Uniform Crake

Amaurolimnas concolor

14, 15, 23

V

White-headed Wren

Campylorhynchus albobrunneus

23, 24

V

Violet-headed Hummingbird

Klais guimeti

15, 32

 

White-ringed Flycatcher

Conopias albovittata

15, 22, 23, 24

 

White-thighed Swallow

Notiochelidon tibialis

15, 22, 23

 

Wing-banded Antbird

Myrmornis torquata

14, 15, 23, 24

 

* Threatened, endemic, and biome-restricted species for Panama (Angehr 2003): V = vulnerable; E = Endangered; BR = biome restricted.

LITERATURE CITED

Rompré, G., W. D. Robinson, and A. Desrochers. 2008. Causes of habitat loss in a Neotropical landscape: the Panama Canal corridor. Landscape and Urban Planning 87:129–139.


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