French: Chipiu à sourcils fauves German: Zimtbrauen-Finkentangare Spanish: Hemispingo cejirrufo
Blake and Hocking
Bosque Huaylaspampa, c. 8400 feet [c. 2560 m], Huánuco, Peru
E slope of Andes in Peru from Amazonas (S of R Marañón in Cordillera de Colán) S to Huánuco (W of R Huallaga in Acomayo–Carpish Ridge region of Carpish Mts).
15 cm; 26–33 g. Distinctive hemispingus with bold rufous eyebrow and underparts; bill relatively small and thin, legs and feet strong, tarsus rather long. Has crown, nape,... read more
Song a mixture of short, nasal and squeaky notes with distinctive long and slurred squeals inserted... read more
Undergrowth of wet, mossy montane and elfin forest, especially in extensive thickets of ... read more
Food and feeding
Arthropods and berries. Four stomachs contained only animal matter, two vegetable matter, and one both; contents included beetles (... read more
Status and conservation
VULNERABLE. Restricted-range species: present in North-east Peruvian Cordilleras EBA. Rare and very local. Estimated global population fewer than 10,000 individuals; believed... read more
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