French: Batara masqué German: Strichelrücken-Ameisenwürger Spanish: Batará moteado
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Tacarcuna, 2050 ft [c. 625 m], Darién, Panama
E Panama (E from Colón) and extreme NW Colombia (Chocó).
15–16 cm; 25 g. Male is olive-brown above, all but rump feathers edged blackish, giving spotty appearance; wings dark brown, spotted and edged light reddish yellow-... read more
Male loudsong a short, countable series (e.g. 9 notes, 2·8 seconds) of whistles, rising in... read more
Understorey of undisturbed wet and humid lowland and foothill evergreen forest, at 150–800 m... read more
Food and feeding
Feeds on various insects and other arthropods. In Nusagandi region of Panama, typically encountered as closely associated pair-members,... read more
Two nests found in May in Panama (San Blas). Both cup-shaped, external measurements 11–12 cm deep, 14 cm wide, constructed entirely... read more
Status and conservation
VULNERABLE. Restricted-range species: present in Darién Lowlands EBA. Recorded rarely and from just a few localities within a relatively tiny range. The only... read more
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