French: Cotinga à queue rayée German: Schmuckbauchkotinga Spanish: Frutero colifajado
Pipreola viridis intermedia
Maraynioc, central Peru
Subspecies and Distribution
P. i. intermedia
Taczanowski, 1884 – E slope of Peruvian Andes from E La Libertad and San Martín S to Junín.
P. i. signata
(Hellmayr, 1917) – E slope of Andes in SE Peru (Cuzco, Puno) and W Bolivia (La Paz, Cochabamba).
19 cm; male 44–59 g, female 44–51 g. Male nominate race has blackish hood down to chest, obscure thin yellow collar (except on nape); green above, white tips of... read more
Very high-pitched trill, e.g. “tsi-tsi-tsi-tsiiiii”, 4–5 seconds long, similar to... read more
Montane forest and forest borders; 2300–3100 m in Peru, 1100–2800 m in Bolivia.
Food and feeding
Apparently only fruit.
None recorded; individual recorded at lower elevation (1100 m) in Bolivia may indicate seasonal... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Fairly common, but poorly known. Occurs in Madidi National Park, in Bolivia; in Peru, present in Machu Picchu Historical Sanctuary (Cuzco) and... read more
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