Conopophaga lineata cearæ
Serra de Baturité, Ceará, Brazil.
Usually treated as conspecific with C. lineata, but recent trend to accord species status supported here on basis of slightly more extensive (down flanks), paler and clearer apricot vs dirty orange breast with no white upper breast patch (3); rufous vs black-lined whitish-grey postocular stripe in female (3); brighter, more rufous crown (1); shorter tail (effect size −3.37, but n=8) (2). Moreover, genetic study suggested that it lies outside the C. lineata lineage#R; on the other hand, little or no apparent difference in voice#R. Monotypic.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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