See P. lubomirskii (above). Closest in plumage to P. jucunda, but differs in its dark green vs black head in male (3); pale orange vs bright orange breast in male (2); rather more green on flanks in male (ns); yellow stripes on chin and throat in female (2); larger size (on published data#R probably 2); and somewhat different long song#R, a rising whistle, slightly longer in present species (1), reaching on average slightly higher frequencies and with frequency rise mainly towards end of note (2). Monotypic.
E slope of Andes in Peru (S Amazonas S to C Cuzco).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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