Hypocnemis cantator peruvianus
upper Ucayali = Yurimaguas, Peru.
See H. cantator. Differs from H. subflava, H. flavescens and H. rondoni in characters given under those species; from H. cantator in its much darker-streaked mantle and back (2); shade darker rufous flanks (1); loudsong distinct in pace (2) and pace change (2); from H. ochrogyna in its darker rufous flanks (1); black-and-buff-streaked vs lightly marked, pale ochraceous-brown mantle and back in female (2); loudsong distinct in pace (2) and pace change (2); and from H. striata in its less rufescent wings (1); whitish vs buff to rufescent crownstripes in female (1); colder and more greyish on head and mantle in female (1); and “common call” typically three notes of similar length (2) and very rarely with raspy finish (2) vs long flat first note, clear abrupt downslurred (vs upslurred) higher note, then a raspy note. Birds of SE Colombia to NE Peru and WC Brazil often separated as race saturata, but specimens commonly undiagnosable#R and no difference in voice#R. Monotypic.
S Colombia (base of Andes from Meta S to Putumayo, and S Amazonas) S to SE Peru (S to E Cuzco and N Madre de Dios, except Andean foothills), SW Amazonian Brazil (region immediately N of R Amazon and E to lower R Negro, then E to R Madeira, S to Acre and NW Rondônia) and NW Bolivia (Pando, N La Paz, N Beni).
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