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|Mexican Whip-poor-will (Antrostomus arizonae)|
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The map shows the number of species registered per state and entire Mexico. Click each of the states to see the list.
Island species (Guadalupe, Revillagigedos, Tres Marías and Cozumel), are included in the respective state lists (Baja California, Colima, Nayarit and Quintana Roo).
|Subspecies||Show subspecies Hide subspecies|
|arizonae||SW US to central Mexico|
|chiapensis||SE Mexico and highlands of Guatemala|
|vermiculatus||Highlands of Honduras and El Salvador|
|Endemic status||Not endemic|
|Photo Sound Video||Yes|
The sheer name of this recently split species should automatically qualify it as an endemic species to Mexico. But it is not: It is far from being a true endemic since the species is seen both north and south of the country. But it also doesn't qualify as a regional endemic, according to my rules, since the species is also being registered in Colorado.
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