Lepidocolaptes albo-lineatus duidae
J. T. Zimmer, 1934,
Campamento del Medio, 350 feet [c. 100 m], Mt Duida, Venezuela.
Until recently considered conspecific with L. albolineatus, but split on basis of vocal and genetic evidence#R. Differs from albolineatus in the many fewer (roughly half as many) notes in its song being much longer (3), but shortening with an increasing pace (stable in albolineatus; ns), and at the end dropping vs rising in pitch (3)#R, with larger size (at least 1), paler cap (1), little or no pale spotting on crown (1), pale streaks on underparts narrower and longer (1). Differs from L. fuscicapillus in having many more (roughly twice as many) notes in its song (3) delivered roughly twice as fast (3), upper throat less extensively white (1), overall colour below less rufous-tinged (1). Monotypic.
NW Amazonia in E Colombia (Vichada, Vaupés), S Venezuela (W & S Bolívar, Amazonas; sight record from Monagas), E Ecuador, NE Peru and NW Brazil (W of R Negro, N of R Solimões).
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Status and conservation
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