IUCN threat status:

Endangered (EN)


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Range Description

Synallaxis zimmeri has a small range on the Pacific slope of the Andes in west-central Peru. There are records from Llagun (La Libertad) and six localities in the Cordillera Negra (Ancash) (Franke and Salinas 2000). It has been described as fairly common in a 10-ha habitat patch above Chacchan in 1983, but not detected at the site in 1988, uncommon at San Damin forest in 1980 and 1985, but present in 1998 and 1999, and fairly common in Noquo forest in 1988 (B.P.Walker in litt. 1995, J.Hornbuckle in litt. 1999,Hunnybun 1999, Begazo et al. 2001).


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