It is endemic to the Neotropical region and comprises 51 % of the Suboscines passerine species and 11 % of the Passeriformes species (Claramunt, 2010).
The Suboscines lineage evolved with relatively constant rates with a significant increase in species diversification around 15 million years.
Systematic relationships and biogeography of the tracheophone suboscines (Aves: Passeriformes).
Phylogeny of major lineages of suboscines (Passeriformes) analysed by nuclear sequence data.
These species were all insectivorous suboscines (Plain Antvireo Dysithamnus mentalis, Star-throated Antwren Rhopia gularis and Plain-winged Woodcreeper Dendrocincla turdina), which suggests that this group may be generally overestimated in studies of bird captures with conventional GL nets.
05) and consisted mainly of Suboscine passerine species (Table 1).
Additionally, GL nets tended to under or overestimate the relative abundance of at least 1/4 of the captured species, favoring insectivorous Suboscine species.
Instead Kroodsma has provided a meticulous compendium of what is now knowable through the prism of individual experience about the singing of oscines and suboscines
in the context of their life cycles and environments.
In contrast, the suboscines do not culturally transmit song (Kroodsma and Konishi 1991), and perhaps as a result they do not hybridize as often (Graves 1992).
Diagnosis of a hybrid antbird (Phlegopsis nigromaculata x Phlegopsis erythroptera) and the rarity of hybridization among suboscines.
A suboscine bird (eastern phoebe, Sayornis phoebe) develops normal song without auditory feedback.
In general, Suboscines
Passerine birds are more closely-related to forested landscapes, and Oscines usually are more linked to open areas (Willis, 1979; Sick, 1997).