IUCN threat status:

Vulnerable (VU)

Distribution

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Range Description

Hemitriccus mirandae has an apparently disjunct range in north-east Brazil. It is known from Serra da Ibiapaba and Serra do Baturit in Cear, Areia in Paraba (Teixeira et al. 1993), Garanhuns, Tapacur and Lagoa do Ouro in Pernambuco (Teixeira et al. 1993) and Pedra Talhada and Murici (T. Mark in litt. 2003) in Alagoas. It has been described as very common over an extensive range (Teixeira et al. 1993) but it has also been considered fairly common in Serra do Baturit, uncommon at Pedra Talhada (A.Whittaker in litt. 1999) and there are few documented records from elsewhere within its highly fragmented range.

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