Cichlocolaptes leucophrus Holti
O. M. O. Pinto, 1941,
Alto da Serra, São Paulo.
Hitherto treated as conspecific with C. leucophrus, but differs in its darker (rich chestnut vs golden-chestnut to buffy-rufous) tail (2); blacker feathers in buff-streaked dark crown (1); slightly more olive upperparts (1); slightly more extensive plain buff throat (ns); generally broader, paler supercilium (ns); smaller size (effect size for tail −3.26, score 2); different voice, published data#R showing a higher frequency in rattle call (effect size 5.69, score 3) and higher pitch in raspy call (effect size 3.68, score 2). Monotypic.
SE Brazil (São Paulo S to NE Santa Catarina and NE Rio Grande do Sul).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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