no locality = Ceará.
Name griseipectus should perhaps be replaced by older name anaca (J. F. Gmelin, 1788)#R, which was previously thought to be a junior synonym of P. picta; in such a case, if present species were considered conspecific with P. leucotis, name P. anaca would have priority. Part of the P. picta–leucotis complex (see under P. picta). Differs from P. pfrimeri in characters given under that species; differs from P. emma in its brown vs blue-green crown (3), white vs indistinct (half-maroon) ear-coverts (3), extensive bold slate-and-white vs more restricted and muted blue-and-white and (lower down) ochreish breastbars (3); differs from P. picta in its white vs grey periorbital skin (3), brown vs blue-fronted grey-brown crown (2), slate-and-white barring vs slate-and-white (above) and green-and-yellow (below) chevrons on breast (3); differs from P. leucotis in its brown vs blue-fronted ochreish crown (2), slate-and-white vs green-and-discontinuous-white barring on breast (3), more extensive and whiter periorbital skin (1), slightly larger bill (from published measurements#R) (allow 1). Monotypic.
NE Brazil, currently in Serra de Baturité and Quixadá (Ceará); formerly also in Serra de Ibiapaba (Ceará) and Serra Negra (Pernambuco), but no recent confirmed records#R.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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