French: Ermite ocré German: Ockerbauch-Schattenkolibri Spanish: Ermitaño ocráceo
Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia
E Andean lowlands of Bolivia (S Beni to E Santa Cruz) and adjacent Brazil (Mato Grosso and Mato Grosso do Sul).
11–12 cm; 3·5–4 g. A small, dull brownish hermit with ochraceous (buff) belly, best separated by distinctly elongated second pair of rectrices and... read more
Song is a continuously repeated high-pitched phrase. Phrase in its most simple form is a short note... read more
Undergrowth in hilly, deciduous and dry semi-deciduous forest (including Chiquitano dry forest),... read more
Food and feeding
Nectar and small arthropods; observed taking insects trapped in spider webs, but also on vegetation, with insects probably more important... read more
Birds in breeding condition in Jun, Jul and Oct, Bolivia, but at two localities in Santa Cruz, E Bolivia, P. subochraceus... read more
No information available. Presumably sedentary and detailed observations at two localities in E... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. CITES II. Locally common. Poorly known, and should perhaps be classed as Data Deficient. Regularly recorded in dry deciduous forest near Samaipata (... read more
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