Chiriqui Quail-dove (Zentrygon chiriquensis)
Zentrygon is a genus of doves in the Columbidae family. Its members are called quail-doves and all live in the Neotropics. The species of this genus primarily range from southern Mexico throughout Central America. Quail-doves are ground-dwelling birds that live, nest, and feed in dense forests. They are remarkable for their purple to brown coloration with light-and-dark facial markings.
It contains the following species:
White-faced Quail-dove (Sclater, 1858) (Zentrygon albifacies) Tuxtla Quail-dove (Wetmore, 1941) (Zentrygon carrikeri) Chiriqui Quail-dove (Sclater, 1856) (Zentrygon chiriquensis) Buff-fronted Quail-dove (Lawrence, 1868) (Zentrygon costaricensis) Russet-crowned Quail-dove (Nelson, 1912) (Zentrygon goldmani) Purplish-backed Quail-dove (Salvin, 1874) (Zentrygon lawrencii)