French: Todirostre de Pelzeln German: Pelzelntodityrann Spanish: Titirijí de Pelzeln
Rio Içana, right bank of upper Rio Negro, north-west Brazil
Locally on R Negro and tributaries and recently recorded also in Roraima (R Branco)#R and Pará#R, in N Brazil, and in C Suriname#R; probably also in adjacent Venezuela and Colombia.
9 cm; 7·7–9 g. Crown and upperparts are brownish-olive, lores and narrow eyering whitish; wings and tail dusky olive-brown, whitish edgings of flight-feathers,... read more
Stuttered trill, short set of rapidly delivered low, insect-like notes, “tid-dip, tid, te’de” with... read more
Inhabits tall to stunted, patchily distributed white-sand woodland (known locally as ... read more
Food and feeding
Few data. Forages in low canopy and subcanopy, presumably making upward strikes similar to those of other members of genus.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Orinoco-Negro White-sand Forests EBA. Locally common. Until recently, known only from a single 19th-century... read more
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