A member of the P. menstruus group (which see). Often treated as a distinct species until united with P. seniloides#R, but here reseparated (see latter species). Monotypic.
E Andes of C & S Peru (S from Huánuco) and mountains of Bolivia (E to Santa Cruz).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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