Thryothorus euophrys schulenbergi
T. A. Parker and O’Neill, 1985,
Cordillera Colán, SE La Peca, c. 5°34’ S, 78°19’ W, elevation 2713 m, Department of Amazonas, Peru.
Hitherto treated as conspecific with P. euophrys, but differs from geographically and morphologically closest race P. e. atriceps by its greyer crown, nape, superciliary, throat and lower underparts (2); light brown vs rufous-brown upperparts (1); larger size (although based on very small sample#R) (allow 1); and distinctive song, involving an asynchronous duet with a lower maximum frequency (2), different note shapes (ns) and asynchronous delivery (reflected by pace, score 3)#R. Monotypic.
N Peru S of R Marañón (Amazonas, San Martín).
Population in C Peru (Junín) provisionally assigned to present species (see P. euophrys).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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