French: Tocro à poitrine rousse German: Rotbrustwachtel Spanish: Corcovado pechirrufo
Subspecies and Distribution
O. s. soderstromii
Lönnberg & Rendahl, 1922 – extreme S Colombia (SE Nariño)#R and E & S Ecuador.
O. s. speciosus
Tschudi, 1843 – N & C Peru (Amazonas S to Ayacucho).
O. s. loricatus
Todd, 1932 – SE Peru (Cuzco) to Bolivia (E to Santa Cruz).
24–28 cm; estimated weight of male 332 g, of female 302 g. Breast and belly rufous-chestnut; crown dark brown, bordered by black on sides of head and neck, and on... read more
Advertising call is similar to, but higher-pitched than, that of allopatric O. melanonotus... read more
Tropical and subtropical lowland forest, mainly at elevations between 800 m and 1750 m, but... read more
Food and feeding
No information available, but presumed to be much like other Odontophorus.
No specific information available, other than that the eggs are unmarked white and at least one clutch numbered five.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near Threatened. Very little information available; total population might number over 500,000 birds, and possibly stable.... read more
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