French: Merle de Lawrence German: Lawrencedrossel Spanish: Zorzal imitador
S Venezuela, W Guyana, and upper Amazonia in SE Colombia, E Ecuador, E Peru, W Brazil and N Bolivia.
21·5–23 cm; 73 g. Male is rufous-tinged olive-brown above, rufous-drab below, with dark-streaked white throat, white belly to vent, yellow bill (duller non-... read more
Song, from hidden perch at middle to high levels, a halting, series of phrases each of which... read more
Middle levels and canopy of humid forest, especially terra firme (including on sandy soil... read more
Food and feeding
Diet not recorded. Forages mainly arboreally, assembling in fruiting trees and shrubs; sometimes descends to ground to feed in damp leaf... read more
Poorly known. Recorded late Jan in Peru, but song period extends through at least Apr–Oct, and speculated that season coincides with... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Uncommon to fairly common. Rare and local in Venezuela. In Colombia known from Tinigua National Park, the species’ most N locality. In Ecuador,... read more
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