Lane et al., 2007,
Río Manu at Pakitza, 350 m, Madre de Dios, Peru.
Despite extensive ornithological research in SE Peru, this distinctive new species had escaped notice until recently#R, suggesting that it may be limited to larger forest blocks dominated by bamboo (Guadua), a poorly surveyed habitat. Its taxonomic status as a full species is underscored by a unique vocal repertoire and some range overlap with C. subbrunneus, its sister-species#R. Monotypic.
SW Amazonia in S Peru (S Ucayali, Cuzco and Madre de Dios) and adjacent W Brazil (Acre) and NW Bolivia (Pando).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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