Chloropipo holochlora litae
Lita, 3000 feet [c. 915 m], Imbabura, Ecuador.
Hitherto treated as conspecific with C. holochlora, but differs in its yellow-green vs leaf-green upperparts (1); greyer (dusky-olive) throat, breast and flanks (1); larger bill in male based on published evidence#R (1); very different song, a sweet thin whistle initially sharply rising, then falling in pitch (only latter perhaps usually audible) vs thin rising whistle (4)#R. Two subspecies currently recognized.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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