Basileuterus melanogenys ignotus
Mount Pirri, 5200 feet [c. 1585 m], near head of Río Limón, Darién, Panama.
Originally described as an isolated race of B. melanogenys; the two are still sometimes considered conspecific, but races of B. melanogenys become greyer above and whiter below towards SE, whereas present species, even further to SE, is distinctly olive above and yellowish below. Monotypic.
Cerro Pirre, in extreme E Panama, and Cerro Tacarcuna, on Panama–Colombia border.
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