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Yucatan Wren

Campylorhynchus yucatanicus

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Large, boldly marked wren of dry coastal scrub along north coast of the Yucatan Peninsula; no similar species in its range. Found in pairs or small groups, usually in areas with cactus plants. The upperparts are marked with a complex pattern of streaks and bars, the tail tipped whitish on the corners. The breast and belly have sparse dark spotting.

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