Premnoplex tatei pariae
Phelps, Sr and Phelps, Jr, 1949,
Cerro Humo, Irapa, Paria Peninsula, Venezuela.
Hitherto treated as conspecific with P. tatei, but differs in its greater amount of white from breast to lower belly (2); shade darker (less rufous) brown on belly and flanks (1); probably longer bill (sample size too small but highly indicative; ns); song a continuously repeated short, rapid, almost rattled series of some 2–6 subdued mellow notes, “pu-dut...pu-du-du-dut...pu-du-dut...”, vs a continuously repeated double note (occasionally single or triple) usually with emphasis on second and with rather piping tone, “pee-peew!...pee-peew!”, thus at lower frequencies (2), with shorter notes (3), and in different, faster rhythm#R. Possible genetic differentiation requires further sampling#R. Monotypic.
Cerros Humo, Olvido and Azul, in Paria Peninsula (N Sucre), NE Venezuela.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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