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- proper n. A taxonomic genus within the family Mimidae.
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Two endemic birds, the ocellated thrasher (Toxostoma ocellatum), bridled sparrow (Aimorphilla mystacalis), and one plant, locally called tetecho (Lemairocereus weberi), inhabit this region.
Of the more than 40 species of threatened birds found in this hotspot, endemics include the Honduran emerald (Amazilia luciae, CR), the Cozumel thrasher (Toxostoma guttatum, CR) and the Socorro mockingbird (Mimodes graysoni, CR).
(Pipila fuscus mesoleucus), thrashers (Toxostoma sp.), vulture (Cathartes aura septentrionalis), woodpeckers (Dryobates, etc.), and wrens.
Thrasher, brown, or long-tailed thrush (_Toxostoma rufum_).
Long-Billed Thrasher, Toxostoma longirostre, at Santa Ana Wildlife Refuge,