Rodrigues et al., 2013,
municipality of Guajará, 07°23’30.0” S, 72°,45’32.53” W, Amazonas, Brazil.
Recently described#R, based on major differences in voice of population previously assumed to belong to L. fuscicapillus, itself then considered a subspecies of L. albolineatus. Differs from L. fuscicapillus in its song#R having roughly five times more notes (3) and being delivered five times as fast (3), hence roughly same length, and in its buffier throat (1) and less conspicuous or absent postocular stripe (1). Differs from L. duidae in song having roughly twice as many notes (3) delivered twice as fast (3), and in its shorter, broader pale streaks below (1), paler and less rufescent colour above (1). Differs from L. albolineatus in song having same number of notes and speed but trill accelerating (2), notes becoming shorter (ns), pitch decreasing steadily vs increasing initially and then constant (3), and in larger size (at least 1), paler crown (1) with little or no pale spotting (1). Monotypic.
E Peru (San Martín and Loreto S to Cuzco and Madre de Dios), N & C Bolivia (E to Santa Cruz), and W Brazil S of R Amazon E to R Madeira (Acre, S Amazonas).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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