IUCN threat status:

Near Threatened (NT)


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Range Description

Synallaxis beverlyae was discovered in 1998 on a small island in the Ro Orinoco in south-western Venezuela (Hilty and Ascanio 2009). The species has since been found on other islands and banks of the main channel of the Ro Orinoco in Venezuela (Hilty and Ascanio 2009) and Colombia (Donegan et al. 2010). The type locality is c.22 km south of Puerto Ayacucho, with the species subsequently being found on at least two islands in the delta of the Ro Orinoco (Hilty and Ascanio 2009) and reported from the Colombian side of the river (Donegan et al. 2010). The species is suspected to occur on other islands between the currently known locations.


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