Hitherto considered conspecific with C. torquatus and C. occidentalis, but differs from latter (to which it is closer morphologically) in having upperparts completely barred black and buffy-rufous vs upperparts rufous-chestnut with well-spaced narrow black bars on back and wings (3); black three outer rectrices (2); slightly paler head and buff barring on underparts (1); longer bill (estimated 2). Monotypic.
E Brazil (SE Bahia, Espírito Santo).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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