French: Antriade verdâtre German: Olivbekarde Spanish: Llorón verdoso
Other common names:
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
SE Brazil (from S Goiás E to S Bahia, S to E Mato Grosso do Sul and N Rio Grande do Sul), E Paraguay and NE Argentina (Misiones, NE Corrientes).
15·5 cm; male 21·5–24 g, female 26·7–28·5 g. Dull-looking, with indistinct pale eyering. Plumage is dull greenish-brown, wings and... read more
Song, usually given at long intervals, a sequence of 2–4 clear musical whistles, with... read more
Humid forest, gallery forest and mature secondary woodland; to c. 1200 m. Occurs at higher... read more
Food and feeding
Little information; adult insects and caterpillars recorded as eaten. Apparently similar to S. turdina.
Single record: nest found in Brasília, 19th Dec, a large cup of leaves placed 3 m above ground in upright fork of bush, contained 2 eggs.... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Rather common in some adequately protected areas of very humid, low montane forest. Not well known; heard much more frequently than it is seen.
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