French: Tyranneau bridé German: Graunacken-Grastyrann Spanish: Tachurí gris
Vale Fundo, southern Bahia, Brazil
Mountain ridges of interior SE Brazil from C Bahia S to N São Paulo.
9·5 cm; 6 g. Has short white supercilium, white eyering; crown grey, feathers elongated and partially concealing white coronal patch; upperparts brownish-grey; wings... read more
Rapid and repeated “pilrup-pilrup-pilrup” and “fruirilrilrilrilril”;... read more
Rocky grassland with scattered shrubs (campo rupestre), abandoned brushy pastures, high-... read more
Food and feeding
Insects. Forages mainly alone, also in pairs or trios. Clings to vertical stems, or perches on low shrubs, rarely dropping to ground;... read more
Jul–Sept. Nest a small cup of rootlets and moss, placed in fork of small shrub. Clutch 1–2 eggs; no information on incubation... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near-threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Central Brazilian Hills and Tablelands EBA and Atlantic Forest Mountain... read more
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