Hypocnemis cantator ochrogyna
J. T. Zimmer, 1932,
Tapirapoan, Mato Grosso, Brazil.
See H. cantator. Differs from H. subflava, H. flavescens, H. peruviana and H. rondoni in characters given under those species; from H. cantator in its light ochraceous-brown vs white-streaked black mantle and back in female (2); flanks paler rufous (1); and “common call” three or so notes, first even-pitched and slightly longer (1), the others downslurred v. three or so clear upslurred notes (3); and from H. striata in grey vs black mantle in male (1); and breast less heavily streaked (1); pale ochraceous-brown vs strongly streaked black-and-rufescent mantle and back in female (2); and loudsong distinct in pace change (2) and note shape (1). Monotypic.
E Bolivia (E Beni, N Santa Cruz) and SC Amazonian Brazil (Rondônia, W Mato Grosso).
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