French: Grisin de Bananal German: Bananalameisenfänger Spanish: Hormiguero de Bananal
E. Snethlage, 1928,
Furo de Pedra, Ilha do Bananal, Goiás [= Tocantins], Brazil.
See C. melanaria. Monotypic.
16 cm; 1 individual 15 g. Male is black, outer scapulars edged white, interscapular patch and hidden patch under scapulars white, wing-coverts edged white at tips, inner... read more
Male loudsong harsh, unmusical, staccato, 2 notes given so rapidly as may sound like a single note... read more
Mid-storey vine tangles and associated undergrowth of lowland riverine (gallery) forest and... read more
Food and feeding
Almost nothing published. Feeds on variety of insects, including orthopterans (Tettigoniidae, Acrididae) and lepidopteran larvae; probably... read more
Almost nothing known. Juvenile closely following and being fed by parents in late Aug.
Status and conservation
VULNERABLE. Formerly considered not globally threatened. Status poorly known; apparently fairly common within its highly restricted range. Much of area occupied by this... read more
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