Santa Maria de Taguatinga, Tocantins.
Part of the P. picta–leucotis complex (see P. picta). Differs from P. picta in its maroon face and ear-coverts (tipped pale blue) vs maroon cheek edged bluish below and white ear-coverts (3), blue vs blue-fronted pale grey-brown crown (3), blue-and-white barring vs heavy slate-and-white (above) and green-and-yellow (below) scalloping on breast (3); differs from P. griseipectus in its blue vs brown crown (3), maroon vs bold white ear-coverts (3), relatively limited soft blue-and-white vs extensive bold slate-and-white barring on breast (3), grey vs white periorbital skin (ns); differs from P. leucotis in its blue vs blue-fronted ochreish crown (3), maroon vs bold whitish ear-coverts (3), soft blue-and-white vs bold green-and-discontinuous-white barring on breast (3). Monotypic.
Serra Geral (SE Tocantins, NE Goiás), in EC Brazil.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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