French: Attila à ventre jaune German: Gelbbauch-Attilatyrann Spanish: Atila citrino
P. L. Sclater, 1859,
Río Ucayali, Peru.
18–18·5 cm; 30–38 g. Dark reddish-brown eyes, greyish upper mandible, pale horn to pinkish lower mandible with grey tip, grey legs. Dark grey of head and... read more
Song a series of c. 4–6 loud, rapid and slightly rising “whee” whistles followed... read more
Humid terra firme forest and edge; to 500 m.
Food and feeding
Larger arthropods, also fruit. Usually alone, sometimes in mixed-species flocks, and at any height, but mostly in forest mid-storey and... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Rare to locally uncommon; perhaps often overlooked. Fairly common around Mitú (E Vaupés), in Colombia, and occurs in Amacayacu National Park, in... read more
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