IUCN threat status:

Near Threatened (NT)


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Range Description

Synallaxis cherriei has three subspecies: the nominate occurs disjunctly in south Amazonian Brazil (Rondnia, Mato Grosso and south Par); equally disjunct populations of the race napoensis are scattered through the Andean foothills in south-east Colombia (Putumayo) and east Ecuador (west Napo), while saturata is found in east Peru (two sites in San Martn and Ayacucho) and (presumably this subspecies) Pando, Bolivia (Tobias and Seddon 2006).


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