French: Antriade sténorhynque German: Rostflügelbekarde Spanish: Llorón picofino
P. L. Sclater and Salvin
San Esteban, Carabobo, Venezuela
Subspecies and Distribution
S. s. panamensis
Hellmayr, 1929 – lowlands of C & E Panama and NW Colombia (N Chocó, W Córdoba).
S. s. stenorhyncha
(P. L. Sclater & Salvin, 1869) – N & NE Colombia and N Venezuela (Zulia E to Aragua).
15·5–16·5 cm; 30–34 g (nominate). A typical member of the S. turdina species complex; differences from other members of it are described under Taxonomy (above).... read more
Song, usually given at long intervals, a sequence of normally 2–4 clear, rich musical whistles, the... read more
Humid forest, or adjacent tall second growth; almost always in interior, rarely near edge. Lowlands... read more
Food and feeding
Diet fruit and insects; stomach contents of birds collected in Panama included caterpillars, cicadas and small berries. Forages alone,... read more
Birds in breeding condition in N Colombia in Jan–Jun, and one nest found in the foothills of the Magdalena Valley, C Colombia; cup-shaped (... read more
Presumably sedentary, although in an area of deciduous forest in N Venezuela the species was only... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened (Least Concern). Unobtrusive and heard far more often than seen. Overall range estimated at 870,000 km². Fairly common to common in E Panama, Colombia... read more
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