FIFTH REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE FOR ECUADORIAN RECORDS IN ORNITHOLOGY (CERO), WITH COMMENTS ON SOME PUBLISHED, UNDOCUMENTED RECORDS
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Comité Ecuatoriano de Registros Ornitológicos, extensiones de distribución, nuevos registros, registros hipotéticos.

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Freile, J., Olmstead, S., Athanas, N., Brinkhuizen, D., Navarrete, L., Nilsson, J., Sánchez-Nivicela, M., Solano-Ugalde, A., & Greenfield, P. (2020). FIFTH REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE FOR ECUADORIAN RECORDS IN ORNITHOLOGY (CERO), WITH COMMENTS ON SOME PUBLISHED, UNDOCUMENTED RECORDS. Revista Ecuatoriana De Ornitología, (6), 103-133. https://doi.org/10.18272/reo.vi6.1990

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Presentamos nuevos registros de distribución de aves del Ecuador que han sido evaluados por el Comité Ecuatoriano de Registros Ornitológicos (CERO) entre noviembre 2017 y junio 2019. Incluimos reportes de dos especies nuevas para Ecuador (Pelecanoides garnotii, Conirostrum margaritae), cinco especies con primera documentación en Ecuador (Thaumastura cora, Anous minutusSetophaga pensylvanicaS. virensSpiza americana), dos especies con primera documentación en Galápagos (Oceanodroma hornbyiEgretta tricolor), extensiones considerables de distribución de 15 especies (Amazilia amazilia, Aramus guarauna, Vanellus chilensisAttagis gayiAnous stolidusSterna hirundoThalasseus elegansT. sandvicensis, Eurypyga helias, Mycteria americana, Plegadis falcinellusGampsonyx swainsoniiRosthramus sociabilis, Glaucidium peruanum, Thlypopsis sordida), nuevos reportes de 16 especies raras (Oressochen jubatus, Spatula cyanoptera, Podiceps majorStercorarius longicaudusLarus belcheri, Pelagodroma marina, Oceanodroma markhami, Egretta rufescensPlegadis ridgwayiButeo swainsoniiMegascops koepckeae, Tyrannus albogularis, Setophaga castaneaDolichonyx oryzivorus, Icterus chrysaterI. galbula) y registros adicionales de otras 8 especies. Finalmente, invalidamos registros previos de una especie (Pyrilia pyrilia) que aparecen en distintas publicaciones, rechazamos registros de seis especies sometidos a CERO en este periodo y discutimos seis registros previos publicados, no documentados, que podrían ser errados. CERO revisa y actualiza el listado nacional de aves, que en la actualidad alcanza las 1696 especies (1642 confirmadas y documentadas, 54 no documentadas).

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