French: Grallaire flammée German: Rostkehl-Ameisenpitta Spanish: Tororoí del Napo
P. L. Sclater and Salvin
SE Colombia (Putumayo, Amazonas), E Ecuador and NE Peru (N of R Marañón).
19 cm; one male 110 g. Distinctive, with extensively reddish throat, feathers of lower back and flanks elongated. Adult has buff lores, buff-brown auriculars, grey-brown... read more
Song 1·1–1·2 seconds long, given at intervals of 10–13 seconds for several minutes, 2... read more
Floor of humid terra firme forest, especially near streams in the higher areas; at c. 100... read more
Food and feeding
Details of diet and feeding habits not recorded. Solitary or in pairs. Almost exclusively terrestrial. Walks, runs, hops, and bounds... read more
Sings from ground or low perch. No other information.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Upper Amazon-Napo Lowlands EBA. Generally rare to locally uncommon; rare in Peru. Occurs in Yasuní National Park... read more
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