French: Paruline à ventre doré German: Goldbauch-Waldsänger Spanish: Reinita ventridorada
Other common names:
Chanchamayo Valley, Junín, Peru
E slope of Andes in C & S Peru (S from San Martín) and W Bolivia (La Paz).
11·5–13 cm; 9·2–13 g. Adult has black crown with olive feather tips, orange-yellow central crownstripe (also with olive feather tips), prominent yellow supercilium from bill... read more
Song a slightly accelerating, rising series of c. 7–13 full notes, each slightly downslurred, at... read more
Lowland rainforest and humid submontane forest, borders and second growth with dense understorey;... read more
Food and feeding
Probably feeds mainly, if not entirely, on invertebrates. Forages by gleaning mostly at middle levels in top of understorey and lower... read more
A photograph of one nest (date unknown) has been published, without details; it appeared typical of most Myiothlypis and contained... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened (Least Concern). Apparently uncommon in Peru (and range apparently restricted to outlying ridges of the Andes in C Peru), but fairly common to... read more
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