Idioptilon mirandae kaempferi
J. T. Zimmer, 1953,
Salto do Piraí, 450 feet [c. 140 m], Santa Catarina, Brazil.
See H. zosterops. Originally regarded as a race of H. mirandae, but differs in minor plumage characters, including browner upperparts (1), yellowish-tinged breast (1), belly yellower (1), more pronounced wingbars (ns)#R; and significantly in voice, with individual notes of song sharply upslurred vs overslurred, so that change in frequency exceptional (4) and notes somewhat longer (1). Monotypic.
SE Paraná and NE Santa Catarina, in SE Brazil.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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