Salvin and Godman, 1892,
Intag, Imbabura, Ecuador.
See S. berlepschi. Recent split of S. palliata from S. laemosticta on mainly vocal evidence prompted speculation that palliata might be vocally more similar to and hence possibly conspecific with present species, which, however, differs in its black vs dull reddish-brown mantle, wings and tail (4); white vs buffy lower row of wing-spots (1); song with higher peak frequency (from published data#R effect size 2.9, score 2) and with notes decreasing rather than increasing in pitch (2)#R. Monotypic.
Pacific slope in W Colombia (S from C Chocó) and W Ecuador (S to El Oro).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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