Rio Solimões, Brazil.
Usually considered conspecific with A. autumnalis and A. lilacina, but differs from lilacina in certain characters outlined under that species, and from both in its nares being covered in red feathers, with rest of red patch on face sharply delineated to form a distinct rectangle, quite different from shape of red patches on other taxa in complex, and allowing blue on crown to extend forward to border the frons (3); powdery dorsum, resembling more that of A. farinosa (1); bill black but with pale patch below nares (2); head much flatter and longer in lateral profile (mensural score 1). Monotypic.
Lower R Negro and adjacent N bank of Amazon, in NW Brazil; recently also discovered in NW Pará#R.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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