Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico.
Considered a member of G. minutissimum complex, which includes also G. sanchezi, G. griseiceps, G. par
keri and G. hardyi; further study needed to determine true relationships. Recently separated from G. minutissimum on basis of vocalizations. Racial differentiation uncertain, variation perhaps only individual or reflecting polymorphy; species often treated as monotypic#R#R#R. Three subspecies tentatively recognized.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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