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RHODINOCICHLIDAE - Thrush Tanager1 (1:1)
RHODINOCICHLA Hartlaub, 1853 F - Furnarius roseus Lesson, 1832; type by original designation   
Rhodinocichla rosea2 Rosy Thrush Tanager
schistacea Ridgway, 1878 vW Mexico (S Sinaloa to W Michoacán; Guerrero)
eximia Ridgway, 1902 vW Costa Rica (E San José) to C Panama (Panamá)
harterti Hellmayr, 1918 Colombia (Santa Marta Mts., W Guajira; N Tolima; Norte de Santander to Cundinamarca)
beebei W.H. Phelps & W.H. Phelps, Jr., 1949 Sierra de Perijá (Colombia/Venezuela border)
rosea (Lesson, 1832) vNW Venezuela (to Miranda)

1 Familial relationships have always been uncertain; see Skutch (1962) [Skutch, 1962 #15353], Eisenmann (1962) [Eisenmann, 1962 #15336], Clark (1974) [Clark, 1974 #15359], Raikow (1978) [Raikow, 1978 #15225] and Seutin & Bermingham (1997) [Seutin, 1997 #15351]. Removed from the Thraupidae and placed in a monotypic family by Barker et al. (2013) [Barker, 2013 #14348].
2 Individual allopatric populations may all merit treatment as separate species; see Peterson et al. (2004) [Peterson, 2004 #10021]. See also Hilty (2011) [Hilty, 2011 #13517].
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