Rio Grande do Belmonte, Bahia, Brazil.
Previously placed in Atticora, but DNA data#R indicate it is sister to P. cyanoleuca. Monotypic.
Extreme E Colombia (E Vichada, Guainía, E Vaupés), SW, C & SE Venezuela (Amazonas, Bolívar), the Guianas, and locally in Amazonian & S Brazil (mainly upper R Negro area, also Amapá and, S of Amazon, along drainages of rivers Madeira, Tapajós, Xingu and Tocantins, also isolated records from SE Bahia, C & N Minas Gerais#R and from upper R Paraná in S Goiás) and adjacent NE Bolivia (R Madre de Dios); also on Brazil–Argentina border (Iguaçu Falls), NE Argentina (Misiones) and adjacent Paraguay.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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