Recently described new species for the family Tyrant Flycatchers and Allies
Lulu's Tody-Tyrant     Poecilotriccus luluae
n Peru: dept. Amazonas, Cordillera de Colán and areas to the east, between 1800-2200 m.
insert after: Poecilotriccus ruficeps
Ned K. Johnson & Robert E. Jones,
A new species of Tody-tyrant (Tyrannidae: Poecilotriccus) from northern Peru
The Auk 118, 2 (2001): 334-341

A picture of this new taxon can be found in the following site.

Mishana Tyrannulet     Zimmerius villarejoi
ne Peru: dept. Loreto, near Iquitos
insert after: Zimmerius cinereicapillus
A new Zimmerius tyrannulet (Aves: Tyrannidae) from white sand forests of northern Amazonian Peru
Wilson Bulletin 113, 1 (2001): 1-8

The authors regard S. (s.) affinis as a race of suiriri, contra Sibley & Monroe 1990. After having given their arguments a decent read, I may add this lump in the lump list.

Chapada Suiriri     Suiriri islerorum
c Brazil: mostly Mato Grosso, but also records from s Amazonas, Pará, Goiás, Tocantins, Maranhão; e Bolivia: n Santa Cruz. Cerrado and campos
insert after: Suiriri affinis
Kevin J. Zimmer, Andrew Whittaker & David C. Oren,
A cryptic new species of flycatcher (Tyrannidae: Suiriri) from the cerrado region of central South America
The Auk 118, 1 (2001): 56-78

The sexually monomorphic Foothill Elaenia is similar in plumage to female Grey Elaenia (M. caniceps), but with the crown plain grey and the concealed coronal patch white. Its song is a 2 seconds trill of 14 notes per second at 4-6 kHz, rising in pitch.  It may be preceded by some introductory notes.

It occurs in very humid to wet primary forests of the foothills, from 890 up to 1500 m.

Foothill Elaenia     Myiopagis olallai
Ecuador: e Andean foothills of Napo, Zamora-Chinchipe provinces; Peru: near Luisiana, depto. Ayacucho, possibly also more to the north.
insert after: Myiopagis gaimardii
Paul Coopmans & Niels Krabbe,
A new species of flycatcher (Tyrannidae: Myiopagis) from eastern Ecuador and eastern Peru
Wilson Bulletin 112, 3, (2000): 305-312

Cinnammon-faced Tyrannulet     Phylloscartes parkeri
c & se Peru, foothill forests of e Andes; adjacent n Bolivia
insert after: Phylloscartes flaviventris
John. W. Fitzpatrick & Douglas F. Stotz,
A new species of Tyrannulet (Phylloscartes) from the Andean foothills of Peru and Bolivia
Ornithological Monographs No. 48, Studies in Neotropical Ornithology honoring Ted Parker (1997), 37-46

Restinga Tyrannulet     Phylloscartes kronei
se Brazil: São Paulo state, coastal Restinga forests
insert after: Phylloscartes oustaleti
Edwin O. Willis & Yoshika Oniki,
A new Phylloscartes from southeastern Brazil
Bulletin B.O.C. 112, 3 (1992): 158-165

Bahia Tyrannulet     Phylloscartes beckeri
e Brazil: s Bahia state, Serra do Ouricana
insert after: Phylloscartes ventralis
Luiz A. Pedreira Gonzaga & José Fernando Pacheco,
A new species of Phylloscartes (Tyrannidae) from the mountains of southern Bahia, Brazil
Bulletin B.O.C. 115, 2 (1995): 88-97

Orange-eyed Flycatcher     Tolmomyias traylori
s Colombia, Ecuador, n Peru: Amazon basin
insert after: Tolmomyias sulphurescens
Thomas S. Schulenberg & Theodore A. Parker III,
A new species of Tyrant-Flycatcher (Tyrannidae: Tolmomyias) from the western Amazon basin
Ornithological Monographs No. 48, Studies in Neotropical Ornithology honoring Ted Parker (1997), 723-732

Chestnut-bellied Cotinga     Doliornis remseni
e Ecuador: se Carchi and s Zamora-Chinchipe; n Peru; Colombia?
insert after: Doliornis sclateri
Mark B. Robbins, Gary H. Rosenberg & Francisco Sornoza Molina,
A new species of cotinga (Cotingidae: Doliornis) from the Ecuadorian Andes, with comments on plumage sequences in Doliornis and Ampelion
The Auk 111, 1 (1994): 2-7

Chestnut-capped Piha     Lipaugus weberi
c Colombia: n slope of Cordillera Central. Premontane, humid forests between 1500-1800 m.
insert after: Lipaugus fuscocinereus
Andrés M. Cuervo, Paul G. W. Salaman, Thomas M. Donegan & José M. Ochoa,
A new species of piha (Cotingidae: Lipaugus) from the Cordillera Central of Colombia
Ibis 143, 3 (2001): 353–368

Information about Araripe Manakin was obtained from Marcelo Ferreira de Vasconselos.

Some information for this species can be found at "its" Atualidades Ornitológicas website.   (Check Last Issues, No. 82.)

Araripe Manakin     Antilophia bokermanni
ne Brazil: Chapado do Araripe, Ceará
insert after: Antilophia galeata
Galileu Coelho & Weber Silva,
A new species of Antilophia (Passeriformes: Pipridae) from Chapada do Araripe, Ceará, Brazil
Ararajuba 6, 2 (1998): 81-84

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