French: Cotinga de Sclater German: Braunbauchkotinga Spanish: Cotinga de Sclater
Maraynioc, central Peru.
See D. remseni. Monotypic.
E slopes of Andes in C Peru (San Martín to Junín).
21·5 cm; male 54–69 g, female 53–67 g. Male has black lores, forehead and crown, maroon-chestnut nuchal crest (usually concealed or semi-concealed); grey... read more
Rasping “shhh”, varying in length and intensity.
Temperate-zone cloudforest with Escallonia (Escalloniaceae) and Weinmannia (... read more
Food and feeding
Mainly fruits; also insects.
Occupied nest seen in Apr or May, c. 4 m above ground on fork of slender tree branch. No further details.
Resident; extremely sedentary, individuals often remain in same small patch of trees for weeks.
Status and conservation
VULNERABLE. Restricted-range species: present in North-east Peruvian Cordilleras EBA. Poorly known. Documented from at least 15 locations. Known range small: 13,100 km2, but... read more
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