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|West Mexican Euphonia (Euphonia godmani)|
|Monotypic: Arid tropical w Mexico (se Sonora to Guerrero)|
|Endemic status||Not endemic|
Used to be a subspecies of Scrub Euphonia (Euphonia affinis), but now flying on its own, being the only euphonia in west central Mexico.
The white undertail coverts of the male always made it different from the other Scrub Euphonias, but very similar to White-vented Euphonia, rare in Mexico, and perhaps only separated by distribution?
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