Drymophila caudata hellmayri
Cincinnati, Santa Marta, Colombia.
Until recently considered conspecific with D. caudata (along with D. klagesi and D. striaticeps), but acoustic and genetic data#R indicate significant differences. Differs from D. caudata in its reddish-tinged grey vs greyish uppertail (1); black subterminal tailband vs none (1); occurrence at low elevation (500–1500 m) vs high (1800–2300 m) (1); and male loudsong with typically two vs four to six (2) even vs rising (2) introductory notes#R; from D. klagesi in characters given under that species; and from D. striaticeps in its black patch on mid-crown to hindcrown vs none in male (2); reddish-tinged grey vs greyish uppertail (1); black subterminal tailband vs none (1); occurrence at low elevation (500–1500 m) vs high (1800–2300 m) (1); and from published data#R song with lower maximum frequency (effect size 4.9, score 2) and greater length (effect size 2, score 2) for two introductory notes. Monotypic.
N Colombia (Santa Marta region).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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