|Grey warbler-finch (Certhidea fusca)|
The two warbler-finches comprise the genus Certhidea. They were formerly considered conspecific; however, they have different songs, they prefer different habitats, and are located in different areas on the Galapagos. The SACC accepted both as distinct species in 2008. The two species are:
|Image||Scientific name||Common Name||Distribution|
|Certhidea olivacea||Green warbler-finch||Galápagos Islands, Ecuador|
|Certhidea fusca||Grey warbler-finch||Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.|
- South American Classification Committee (September 1, 2011). "Proposal (#367) to South American Classification Committee – Split the Warbler Finches: Certhidea fusca from Certhidea olivacea". Retrieved November 10, 2009.
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