French: Grisin motacilloïde German: Fahlbauch-Ameisenfänger Spanish: Tiluchí motaciloide
Maraynioc, Junín, Peru.
E slope of Andes in Peru (Huánuco S to Cuzco).
11–12 cm; 1 bird 12·5 g. Male has black crown and nape, forehead with a few light feather tips, long white to pale grey supercilium, black lores and long postocular... read more
Loudsong 1–3 long flat notes followed by rapid series (e.g. 22 notes, 1·7 seconds) of... read more
Canopy and subcanopy of humid, montane evergreen forest and forest borders, at elevations of 1000... read more
Food and feeding
Little known. Presumed to feed on various insects, probably also spiders. Closely associated pair-members, individuals, or family groups... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Peruvian East Andean Foothills EBA. Fairly common but patchily distributed within its tiny range. Major threat... read more
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