French: Anabate à bec retroussé German: Starkschnabel-Blattspäher Spanish: Ticotico picolezna peruano
Lagarto, upper Río Ucayali, Peru.
19–20 cm; 39–55 g. Fairly large, dark rufous furnariid with conspicuously heavy, wedge-shaped bill, disproportionately large toenails. Has narrow, inconspicuous... read more
Song a distinctive, ascending, accelerating series of peculiar low, harsh, chattering nasal notes,... read more
Tropical lowland evergreen forest and river-edge forest, primarily in or near Guadua... read more
Food and feeding
Recorded dietary items are spiders, larval Coleoptera, Dermaptera. Forages singly or in pairs, occasionally in mixed-species flocks; in... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near-threatened. Rare to locally uncommon. Global population size almost certainly small because of generally patchy... read more
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