Aguacate, Costa Rica.
Closely related to P. torquatus; although not in full contact, these two have hybridized, and by some they may be considered conspecific. Two recent molecular studies found present species to be sister to P. sanguineus and P. erythropygius, the three forming a clade to which torquatus is sister#R#R. All belong to the P. torquatus group, which includes also P. aracari, P. castanotis and P. pluricinctus. Monotypic.
From W Costa Rica (Gulf of Nicoya) S into Panama (W Chiriquí; formerly occurring E to Veraguas).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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