Map of the study area in southwestern Ecuador. Forested areas are shaded grey, whereas white areas represent non-forested areas (mainly cow pastures). The Buenaventura reserve is circled by the dashed line. The bolt black line represents a highway cutting the reserve into a northern and a southern part, while minor roads are indicated by the thin lines.

  Part of: Hermes C, Döpper A, Schaefer MH, Segelbacher G (2016) Effects of forest fragmentation on the morphological and genetic structure of a dispersal-limited, endangered bird species. Nature Conservation 16: 39-58.