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Supplementary material II

Latest version published by ZooKeys on May 28, 2015 ZooKeys

List of localities of S. griseicollis (geographical coordinates in decimal degrees and elevation in meters above sea level) used in ecological niche modelling analysis (Fig. 6). Acronyms for sound archives (CSA, Colección de Sonidos Animales-Instituto Alexander von Humboldt; XC, xeno-canto) and museums (IAVH-A, Colección de aves-Instituto Alexander von Humboldt; ICN, Instituto de Ciencias Naturales of Universidad Nacional de Colombia; COP, Colección Ornitológica Phelps).

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Jorge Avendaño
Universidad de los Llanos Villavicencio CO

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Jorge Avendaño
Universidad de los Llanos Villavicencio CO

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Jorge Avendaño
Universidad de los Llanos Villavicencio CO

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Jorge Avendaño
Universidad de los Llanos Villavicencio CO