French: Cotinga blanc German: Schwarzfleckenkotinga Spanish: Cotinga blanco
San José, River Dagua, Colombia
SE Panama (Darién), and Pacific lowlands of W Colombia and NW Ecuador (S to S Pichincha).
Male 23·5–25 cm, female 22–23·5 cm. Wide-based bill with ridged culmen, tip of upper mandible notched, distinctly uncinate; rictal bristles absent... read more
Humid forest, including mangroves, occasionally adjacent secondary woodland; to c. 900 m, once... read more
Food and feeding
Mainly fruit, but no details. Often recorded at universally popular Cecropia trees. Sometimes in small groups of 5–6... read more
No information. Slow-flapping apparent display-flights by males.
Some seasonal movement suspected, but no detailed information.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Rare to locally fairly common. Occurs in Darién National Park, in Panama, and Río Palenque Science Centre, in Ecuador. Global... read more
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