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Tag Archives: Chestnut-capped Piha
Archived 2015 topics: Chestnut-capped Piha (Lipaugus weberi): does it qualify as Critically Endangered?
There is some confusion over the level of habitat fragmentation relevant to this species. Given the extremely small range size of this species, the incorporation of severe fragmentation into the Red List assessment would likely qualify the species for Critically Endangered under criterion B1 (cf. Fundación ProAves de Colombia 2011).