French: Tyranneau à flancs roux German: Weißkehl-Zwergtyrann Spanish: Tiranuelo flanquirrufo
Calção de Couro and Rio das Pedras, São Paulo, Brazil
Very locally in S Suriname (Sipaliwini), E & C Brazil (E Pará and Tocantins to C Bahia and S to S Mato Grosso, Mato Grosso do Sul, N São Paulo and Minas Gerais), N & E Bolivia and extreme NE Paraguay (Zanja Morotí, in Concepción).
11 cm; 6 g. Has short whitish supercilium, thin eyering; uniform brown above, semi-concealed crown patch cinnamon-rufous; wings darker brown, wing-coverts tipped ochraceous (... read more
Distinctive, unmusical “tic” notes followed by a buzz, “tic, tic, tic, tiker-trrrrrk”, also a... read more
Restricted to pristine campo and campo-cerrado, and tall shrubby... read more
Food and feeding
Arthropods; also regularly small fruits. Forages in pairs, within a few centimetres of ground in grass and low shrubs, occasionally down to... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near Threatened, and previously, Vulnerable. Rare and local; more common at a couple of localities. Species was probably... read more
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