| Tawny-throated Leaftosser in Ecuador|
Sclerurus (mexicanus) obscurior
Sclerurus is a bird genus in the ovenbird family, Furnariidae. Members of this genus are commonly known as leaftossers or leafscrapers, and are found in Mexico, Central America and South America. They are close relatives of the miners (Geositta), which are essentially an open-country version of the leaftossers, being lighter in color and longer-legged. Other relatives might include the Sharp-tailed Streamcreeper of the monotypic genus Lochmias and some other Furnariidae of obscure relationships.
- Short-billed Leaftosser, Sclerurus rufigularis
- Tawny-throated Leaftosser, Sclerurus mexicanus
- Dusky Leaftosser, Sclerurus obscurior
- Andean Leaftosser, Sclerurus andinus
- Amazonian Leaftosser, Sclerurus macconnelli
- Scaly-throated Leaftosser, Sclerurus guatemalensis
- Black-tailed Leaftosser, Sclerurus caudacutus
- Grey-throated Leaftosser, Sclerurus albigularis
- Rufous-breasted Leaftosser, Sclerurus scansor
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