Tambopata, Junín, Peru.
Usually considered conspecific with C. rubrirostris (which see), but differs in its dusky vs pinkish bill and legs (3); paler grey on throat (1); pale brown vs red eye (1); smaller size, notably in tail length (mean of 5 males 67.8 mm vs 10 male C. rubrirostris 76.7, with no overlap; allow 2); moreover, song said to lack repetitive quality of rubrirostris#R. Monotypic.
Andes of NW & E Peru (Piura; Amazonas S to Junín); W Bolivia (near Tokoaque, in La Paz).
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