French: Grisin à grand bec German: Fleckenbrust-Ameisenfänger Spanish: Tiluchí piquilargo
Cuiabá, Mato Grosso, Brazil
Bolivia (locally in N Beni, N Santa Cruz) and SC & NE Brazil (C Mato Grosso E to Tocantins and Goiás, extending NE locally to S Ceará and S Piauí, and S to W Paraná and W São Paulo).
12–13 cm; 12–14 g. Male has black crown, long whitish supercilium, blackish lores edged white, thin black stripe behind eye; upperparts grey, interscapular patch... read more
Loudsong (e.g. 15 notes, 2·2 seconds) two-parted, with short abrupt notes replaced about... read more
Understorey to canopy of gallery forest, deciduous and semi-deciduous forest, and palm groves, at... read more
Food and feeding
Little published. Feeds on insects, including adult and larval lepidopterans and orthopterans; probably also on spiders. Closely associated... read more
Not well known. In Brazil, gonadal condition of birds in Paraná and S Mato Grosso suggests breeding in Sept–Dec, at beginning of... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Uncommon to fairly common over most of its range; in Brazil, particularly common in appropriate habitat along entire length of the Transpantaneira... read more
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