P. L. Sclater and Salvin, 1880,
Sometimes considered conspecific with H. flavivertex and H. linteatus, but differs from latter in characters given under that species; and from former in its more orange, less yellow in crown (1); uniformly dull cinnamon-buff vs chestnut, grading paler, underparts (3); greyer, less elongate throat feathers (2); and song a long trill of c. 2 seconds, usually rising/falling twice, entirely unlike other congeners (at least 4)#R; also apparently shorter tail in male and shorter bill in female#R, but sample sizes small. Monotypic.
Locally in E Ecuador (Sucumbíos to Pastaza), NE Peru (Loreto) and extreme W Amazonian Brazil (R Javari)#R.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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