French: Grisin malure German: Olivrücken-Ameisenfänger Spanish: Tiluchí estriado oriental
Ipanema, São Paulo, Brazil
SE Brazil (S Minas Gerais and Rio de Janeiro S to E & S Paraná, Santa Catarina and N Rio Grande do Sul), SE Paraguay (Alto Paraná, Caazapá, E Paraguarí, Itapúa) and NE Argentina (Misiones).
13·5–14·5 cm; 11–13 g. Male has head and neck streaked black and whitish-grey, upperparts olive-grey, interscapular patch white with black feather tips;... read more
Male loudsong a simple short (e.g. 2·3 seconds) series of abrupt emphatic notes that speed... read more
Understorey of lowland and foothill evergreen forest, forest edge, and second-growth woodland; to... read more
Food and feeding
Little published. Feeds on insects, probably also spiders. Closely associated partners, individuals, or family groups forage mostly 0... read more
Little known. A nearly completed nest almost certainly of this species (the pair not actually seen on the nest) found in Sept in Brazil (... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Locally fairly common; somewhat more patchily distributed than other members of the genus. Has less specialized habitat requirements than congeners,... read more
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