Myrmotherula ornata hoffmannsi
Itataituba, near Santarém, Brazil.
Hitherto treated as conspecific with E. ornata, but differs from E. o. ornata and E. o. saturata in its (in female) lack of throat patch (3); smaller chestnut dorsal patch (2); buff vs white-spotted wing-coverts (1); and (in male) slightly longer bill (effect size 0.97, score 1); slightly shorter wings and tail (effect size –1.48, score 1); and weakly divergent song, involving spike-shaped introductory note (1) and largest frequency drop in trill (1)#R. Differs from E. o. meridionalis and E. o. atrogularis in (both sexes) its chestnut dorsal patch (3), (in female) lack of throat patch (3) and buff vs white-spotted wing-coverts (1), (only males measured) slightly longer bill (effect size 1.18, score 1) and slightly shorter tail (effect size –1.49, score 1), and same differences in song as above (2). Monotypic.
SE Amazonian Brazil E of R Madeira (in E Rondônia, W & N Mato Grosso, and Pará W of R Tocantins).
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