Hylophilus thoracicus griseiventris
Berlepsch and E. J. O. Hartert, 1902,
Suapure, Río Caura, Venezuela.
Usually treated as conspecific with H. thoracicus, but differs in its yellowish-flesh vs dull grey bill and legs (2); greyish-white vs white belly (1); greenish-yellow vs whitish-grey head sides (ns); pure grey vs greyish-olive-brown crown (1); tail significantly shorter (mean of 3 males, 2 females and 5 unsexed 43.2 mm vs 3 males and 3 unsexed thoracicus 54.3; allow 2); lower maximum frequency in song (generally 3200–3900 Hz vs 3700–4600 Hz; score 1)#R. Two subspecies recognized.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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