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Derryberry et al., 2010
Pseudasthenes is a genus of small suboscine passerine birds, commonly known as canasteros or false canasteros, in the Ovenbird family. It was described in 2010 to accommodate four species split from the related genus Asthenes. The genus is endemic to South America.
- Dusky-tailed Canastero, P. humicola
- Patagonian Canastero, P. patagonica
- Steinbach's Canastero, P. steinbachi
- Cactus Canastero, P. cactorum
- Derryberry, Elizabeth; Claramunt, Santiago; O’Quin, Kelly E.; Aleixo, Alexandre; Chesser, R. Terry; Remsen, J.V.; & Brumfield, Robb T. (2010). "Pseudasthenes, a new genus of ovenbird (Aves: Passeriformes: Furnariidae)" (PDF). Zootaxa. 2416: 61–68.
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