IUCN threat status:

Near Threatened (NT)


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Range Description

Amaurospiza moesta occurs in south-east Brazil (south Esprito Santo, south-east Minas Gerais, east So Paulo, Paran, Santa Catarina, north Rio Grande do Sul, and Tocantins, with one historical record from south Maranho), east Paraguay (Canindey, Caazap, Itapa and Alto Paran) and north-east Argentina (Misiones) (Storer 1989, Ridgely and Tudor 1989, Brooks et al. 1993, Sick 1993, Lowen et al. 1996, Pacheco et al. 2007). In Brazil, it is relatively common in the Serra do Mar and Paran (F. C. Straube in litt. 1991), but very local elsewhere (Ridgely and Tudor 1989). In Argentina, it is locally common, especially in the highlands (Benstead et al. 1993, J.Mazar Barnett in litt. 1999), but it is rare in Paraguay, even at the few sites where it has been recorded (Storer 1989, Brooks et al. 1993, Lowen et al. 1996,Madroo and Esquivel 1997).


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