French: Todirostre de Joao German: Braunzügel-Todityrann Spanish: Titirijí de Joao
Other common names:
Monte Verde, Rio Purus, Brazil
SW Amazonia in E Peru (S to Madre de Dios), W Brazil (E to upper R Solimões, R Juruá and R Purus) and N Bolivia (Pando, Beni); also isolated localities in S Colombia (Putumayo) and E Ecuador (Kapawi), and probably more widespread.
11 cm; 9·2–12·7 g. Crown and upperparts are uniform bright olive, lores and ocular area brownish, sometimes with white supraloral spot; wings dusky olive... read more
Distinctive, fast staccato trill with separate introductory note, “tik-trrrrrrrrrrrrrrree... read more
Humid tropical secondary growth and, especially, riparian woodland and brush, usually in vine... read more
Food and feeding
Arthropods. Stomach contents in SE Peru contained 35 prey items, of which hymenopterans 32% (ants 29%, wasps 3%), homopteran bugs (... read more
Birds with enlarged gonads late Jul to late Oct in SE Peru. No other information.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Considered to be rare to locally fairly common. Fairly common at Amazonia Lodge (Cuzco), in Peru, where also occurs in Manu National Park and... read more
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