P. L. Sclater and Salvin, 1873,
Sometimes regarded as conspecific with C. rufus, but differs in its buffy-grey vs pale foxy-rufous throat and breast (3); whitish vs paler foxy-rufous belly to vent (2); buff-tinged greyish vs foxy-rufous mantle and back (ns); buff-fringed grey-centred vs largely rufous secondaries and tertials (3). Monotypic.
NE Brazil S of Amazon, from lower R Tapajós E locally to Belém area and to Paraíba and Pernambuco, and S to NE Mato Grosso (upper R Xingu drainage), N Goiás and NW Minas Gerais.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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