French: Cotinga coqueluchon German: Braunmantel-Beerenfresser Spanish: Cotinga encapuchado
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
SE Brazil from C Espírito Santo S to Rio Grande do Sul.
22·5–23 cm; male 73·5–80g, three females 67–84·4 g. Well-marked cotingid with rather long, square-cut tail. Male has black hood... read more
Male territorial call a stereotyped 4-syllable phrase, soft and mellow, “wo-op, wot-chu... read more
Humid lowland and montane forest, also palm groves; occurs at altitudinal range of 400–1600 m. read more
Food and feeding
Mainly soft fruits; occasionally also large insects. Fruits on average of smaller size than those taken by C. melanocephala; in... read more
No relevant information available. Data from moult, presumably post-breeding, suggest laying in Sept–Oct.
No information; probably sedentary.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near Threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Atlantic Forest Lowlands EBA. Poorly known species. Apparently rather... read more
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