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|This species is locally fairly common
in areas where large areas of forest remain intact. Howell and
Webb do not include much of the interior of northern Central
America within the range of this species. However, I have seen
them at Perquin in northern El Salvador, and Celaque and la
Muralla in the Central Highlands of Honduras. All of these sites
fall within the area excluded by the range map given by them.
Other locations where I have seen this species include: El Imposible
in El Salvador (which I believe is the only other known site
in the country), Tarrales and Tikal in Guatemala and Las Marias
and Pico Bonito in Honduras.