Pitanga, Bahia, Brazil.
Sometimes treated as conspecific with P. leuconota and/or P. leucoptera. Some specimens from Bahia said to have wingbars that suggest hybridization with latter, but forest fragmentation within region makes current or future contact between the two highly unlikely. Has a song identical to that of P. leuconota, but differs in scaled white markings on back of male (3); absence of white on back of female (3); and much paler, browner body coloration of female (2). Monotypic.
E Brazil in SE Sergipe and coastal NE Bahia (S to near Santo Amaro).
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Status and conservation
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