French: Anabate à bec droit German: Rötelbaumspäher Spanish: Ticotico cabecirrufo oriental
Other common names:
Campos Gerais on the Bahia–Minas Gerais border, Brazil
Interior SC Brazil (SE Mato Grosso, S Goiás and S Bahia S to SW Minas Gerais, extreme E São Paulo and NW Paraná) to E Paraguay (San Pedro).
20–21 cm; 44–51 g. Large, long-billed foliage-gleaner with fairly uniform plumage. Has chestnut face, light rufous moustachial area; crown chestnut, blending to... read more
Calls include loud “wat”, ka, ka, ka”, and “co-co-co-rec” like domestic chicken.
Gallery forest, locally in deciduous woodland; 200–1000 m.
Food and feeding
Arthropods. Forages solitarily or in pairs, perhaps occasionally in mixed-species flocks. Mostly terrestrial; gleans items from ground,... read more
Presumably monogamous. Nest of dry leaves and grass (form not described), placed at end of horizontal tunnel excavated in dirt bank. No... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Rare to uncommon. Rather poorly known species.
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