French: Tyranneau à poitrine jaune German: Gelbbauch-Breitschnabeltyrann Spanish: Picoplano pechiamarillo
Other common names:
southern Bahia, Brazil
Subspecies and Distribution
T. f. aurulentus
(Todd, 1913) – E Panama, N & E Colombia, N & C Venezuela, Trinidad and Tobago, the Guianas and N Brazil (R Branco E to N Pará and Amapá).
T. f. dissors
J. T. Zimmer, 1939 – SW Venezuela and NE Brazil (N Pará near R Jamundá, and from W of R Tapajós E to R Tocantins and Marajó I).
T. f. flaviventris
(Wied, 1831) – E Brazil S of Amazon (Maranhão S to Mato Grosso and Rio de Janeiro) and E Bolivia (NE Santa Cruz).
12–12·7 cm; 9–17·5 g. Distinctive. Nominate race is uniform yellowish olive above, supraloral area and narrow eyering brighter and tinged ochre;... read more
Song 3–5 loud penetrating “sweep” or “shreeeép” whistles,... read more
Widespread in dry to humid forest, woodland borders, shrubby areas, gallery forest, clearings, ... read more
Food and feeding
Diet arthropods, including (in SE Brazil) Blattaria, coleopterans, Diplopoda, dipterans, Formicidae, homopterans, hymenopterans,... read more
Season Mar–Jun in N Colombia, Jan–Jul (Aragua) or May–Sept (Apure, Guárico) in Venezuela and on Trinidad, May... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened (Least Concern). Widespread and fairly common to common. Especially common in Trinidad and Tobago, where this species occupies virtually all forest... read more
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