French: Todirostre de Lulu German: Lulutodityrann Spanish: Titirijí de Lulu
Other common names:
N. K. Johnson and Jones
5 km SE of Corosha, Amazonas, Peru
S Amazonas and W San Martín (Cordillera de Colán and nearby mountains to E), in N Peru.
10 cm; 7·3–7·6 g. Has distinctive bright rufous head, white chin, grey lower nape; olive upperparts, black wings, two narrow yellow wingbars, yellow-white... read more
Call a sharp piercing “chick”, uttered by both sexes; song, by male only, a short harsh... read more
Bamboo thickets and edge; also inside forest, usually near bamboo, e.g. in undergrowth of residual... read more
Food and feeding
Insectivore; hymenopterans recorded in diet. Usually forages in pairs, below 10 m from ground; makes short upward sally-gleans, aerial... read more
Carrying nest material in Dec. No other information.
Status and conservation
ENDANGERED. Restricted to small area of N Peru. Known from at least seven localities in Cordillera de Colán, in N extension of Cordillera Central, in nearby mountains... read more
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