P. L. Sclater and Salvin, 1866,
Río Ucayali, Peru.
Genetic data#R indicate that this species is sister to a group that includes C. berlepschi, C. vulpina (with dissita) and C. muelleri; formerly considered conspecific with C. vulpina (see below). Monotypic.
E Ecuador (R Napo), NE Peru (R Amazon, lower R Ucayali), SW Amazonian Brazil (R Amazon E locally to R Negro, also R Juruá, R Purus, upper R Madeira) and extreme NE Bolivia (lower R Beni in Pando and extreme N Beni#R).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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