French: Todirostre à joues rousses German: Ockerwangen-Todityrann Spanish: Titirijí carirrosa
Borba, Rio Madeira, Amazonas, Brazil.
9 cm. Male has slate-grey forehead and forecrown with black spots, dark olive hindcrown with feathers slightly elongated into a rather weak crest; light pinkish-cinnamon... read more
Song is a deep, churred trill "djrrrt", usually preceeded by a few "... read more
Humid forest. Most common in thick, low-stature forest growing at edge of black-water rivers; also... read more
Food and feeding
Forages mostly in upper third of vegetation, regardless of vegetation height. No other information.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Until recently known only from type specimen, collected in 1830 at Borba, on E bank of lower R Madeira. Rediscovered at this site in Oct 1993, and... read more
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