French: Cinclode à longue queue German: Langschwanz-Uferwipper Spanish: Remolinera colilarga
between Tainhas and Taimbézinho, 16 km north-east of Tainhas along road to Cambaré, c. 1000 m, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Subspecies and Distribution
C. p. espinhacensis
Freitas et al., 2012 – Cipo Cinclodes – Serra do Espinhaço Meridional from Serra do Abreu (Congonhas do Norte) to Serra da Pedra Redonda (Jaboticatubas), in Minas Gerais, EC Brazil.
C. p. pabsti
Sick, 1969 – Long-tailed Cinclodes – extreme SE Brazil (SE Santa Catarina, NE Rio Grande do Sul).
21–22 cm; 49–55 g (nominate), 43–48·2 g (espinhacensis). Large cinclodes with fairly long, straight bill, relatively long tail. Has long and... read more
Song of nominate a prolonged trill, increasing in volume towards end, given from perch or in flight... read more
Nominate race inhabits southern temperate grassland, also pastures and agricultural land; open... read more
Food and feeding
Arthropods and presumably other invertebrates, gleaned from ground, grass, and water’s edge. Forages singly or in pairs. Gleans prey... read more
Breeds during austral spring–summer; nestlings in Sept and Nov–Dec. Presumably monogamous. Nest a platform of grass and... read more
Resident. A bird (espinhacensis) near Alto do Palácio lodge (with no known population of... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near Threatened. Nominate race is present in Atlantic Forest Mountains EBA and espinhacensis is confined to Central... read more
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