Myrmotherula pyrrhonota amazonica
H. von Ihering, 1905,
Rio Juruá, Brazil.
Until recently considered conspecific with E. haematonota, but differs markedly in its loudsong#R, with longer note length (3) and slower pace (3), also with (in female) throat more ochraceous (1) and breast and belly more greyish-brown (1). Recently established taxon dentei, although described as a species#R, is similar vocally (or may appear intermediate between nominate and E. haematonota but is not intermediate geographically) and close genetically. Two subspecies recognized.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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