Red-shouldered Spinetail is endemic to Caatinga in Brazil. Picture is during the rainy season. The caatinga does not correspond to a single type of vegetation, but is a broad mosaic of types.
Red-shouldered Spinetail is endemic to Caatinga, a type of desert vegetation, and an ecoregion characterized by this vegetation in interior northeastern Brazil. The name "Caatinga" is a Tupi word meaning "white forest" or "white vegetation."
Caatinga is a type of vegetation, and an ecoregion characterized by this vegetation in the northeastern part of Brazil. Caatinga is the largest dry forest region in South America and certainly one of the richest dry forests in the world.
Tillandsia Chapeuensis - It has its phytogeographical domains in the Caatinga, Cerrado and Atlantic Forest. In each type of biome where it is presented there is a type of setting, time as epiphyte and / or saxicultural. In the northeast it can be found in the states of Paraíba, Pernambuco, Bahia and Alagoas, in the southeast in Minas Gerais, in the south in Paraná, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul. In Bahia it is found in Morro do Chapéu as saxicultural in sandstone