J. P. Verreaux, 1859,
Mexico = Guerrero.
May be conspecific with C. ocellatus. Here separated also from C. montezumae on account of bronzy-chestnut vs white lower flank spots (3), rather broad bronzy-brown vs narrow buff long streaks and narrow vs broad black bars on wing-coverts (2), white spots on upper breast sides and flanks smaller, duller and on paler grey (2), and paler chestnut mid-breast to belly (ns); differs from ocellatus in white, not pale tan, spots on upper breast sides and flanks (2), chestnut vs buff-tan top to central stripe down underparts (3), and black-edged pale tan streaks vs rich chestnut long streaks on lower upperparts (2). Two subspecies recognized.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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