Basileuterus bivittatus chlorophrys
Until recently considered conspecific with M. chrysogaster, but differs in its broad green vs narrow yellow postocular supercilium (2); more heavily and contrastingly olive-washed flanks (1); shorter tail (effect size –2.67, but n=9 for present species, score 2); entirely different song, with many more notes and a much faster delivery (effect size 11.62, score 4), and much higher minimum frequency (effect size 7.04, score 3)#R. Monotypic.
Pacific slope of W Andes of Colombia (S from Risaralda) and W Ecuador (S to E Guayas).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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