Birds of Colombia

    PASSERIFORMES: Thamnophilidae (Antbirds)  
Genus: Drymophila (5 species, 11 worldwide)

Genus Drymophila are small slender antbirds with long tails and calls similar to each other, and are often found with bamboo. Many were formerly considered the same species.


East Andean Antbird
East Andean Antbird (Drymophila caudata) ENDEMIC
Reserva Natural Los Ariscos, Huila, Colombia  
   
Photograph by JL Peña   © All Rights Reserved.

Split from the former Long-tailed Antbird based on differences in 'loadsong' and male having a black 'mid-crown to hindcrown'. Found in Santander and upper Magdalena Valley. (HBW)

Striated Antbird
Striated Antbird (Drymophila devillei devillei)
Los Amigos Biological Station, Peru  
   
Photograph by Joe Tobias   © All Rights Reserved.


Santa Marta Antbird
Santa Marta Antbird (Drymophila hellmayri) Near Threatened ENDEMIC
Santa Marta Sierra Nevada, Colombia  
   
Photograph by Jorge Muñoz   © All Rights Reserved.


Klages's Antbird
Klages's Antbird (Drymophila klagesi) Male
Cesar Department, Colombia
  Typical drymophila antbird best identified by range.
   
Photograph by Andres Cuervo     Copyright and usage info

Klages's Antbird
Klages's Antbird (Drymophila klagesi) Female
Cesar Department, Colombia  
   
Photograph by Andres Cuervo     Copyright and usage info


Streak-headed Antbird
Streak-headed Antbird (Drymophila striaticeps) Male
Rio Blanco Ecological Reserve, Manizales, Caldas, Colombia  
   
Photograph by Tom Friedel   © All Rights Reserved.

Streak-headed Antbird
Streak-headed Antbird (Drymophila striaticeps) Female
ProAves Tangaras Reserve, El Carmen de Atrato, Choco, Colombia  
   
Photograph by Tom Friedel   © All Rights Reserved.

The most widely distributed antbird in a five-way split of the Long-tailed Antbird (genus Drymophila)


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