“Mexico” and Brazil [= Teresópolis, Rio de Janeiro].
Hitherto treated as conspecific with B. culicivorus and B. cabanisi, but differs from latter in characters given under that species and from former in its olive-green vs olive-grey upperparts and ear-coverts (1); whitish vs yellow loral line, and whitish vs yellowish-olive supercilium (3); pale buff vs pale grey-green hindcrown and nape (1); song with initial note(s) higher-pitched (3) and most notes similar in shape (1)#R. Five subspecies recognized.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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