Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
This genus and Cyanerpes were previously regarded as members of a separate family, Coerebidae, but later placed in present family on basis of similarities in skull anatomy; molecular phylogenies indicate that the two genera are sisters and form a monophyletic group with Tersina. Monotypic.
Coastal region of SE Brazil from C Espírito Santo S to Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, E Paraná and NE Santa Catarina, including Santa Catarina I.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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