IUCN threat status:

Near Threatened (NT)


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Range Description

Cercomacra brasiliana is known from a few localities in south-eastern Brazil, from central Bahia, south through extreme eastern Minas Gerais and Esprito Santo to southern Rio de Janeiro. It is is generally rare and local in occurrence (Sick 1993, Ridgely and Tudor 1994), evidently being locally common and patchy in distribution, with absence from apparently suitable areas (G. Serpa in litt. 2013).


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