Rio de Janeiro.
May be closest to T. viridis (with T. chionurus), T. melanocephalus, T. citreolus and T. bairdii. Usually considered conspecific with T. surrucura, but separated here on account of orange (not pinkish-red) underparts (3); yellow (not pink) eyering (1); slightly more green-shot (vs purplish) breast, notably breast sides, of male (1); narrow zone of hybridization at Itatiaia#R (2). Monotypic.
EC & SE Brazil from Bahia S to E Minas Gerais and N São Paulo.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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