French: Synallaxe guiouti German: Streifenbrust-Dickichtschlüpfer Spanish: Pijuí pechiestriado
Synnalaxis [sic] cinnamomeus
Colombia = “Bogotá”
Subspecies and Distribution
S. c. cinnamomea
Lafresnaye, 1843 – extreme NW Venezuela (Sierra de Perijá) and E Andes of Colombia (Magdalena, Santander S to Cundinamarca).
S. c. aveledoi
Phelps, Sr & Phelps, Jr, 1946 – W Venezuela (Falcón, W & S Lara to N Táchira) and Andes of N Colombia (Norte de Santander).
S. c. bolivari
E. J. O. Hartert, 1917 – Coastal Range of NC Venezuela (Yaracuy E to Miranda and N Guárico).
S. c. striatipectus
Chapman, 1899 – NE Venezuela (W Sucre, Anzoátegui).
S. c. pariae
Phelps, Sr & Phelps, Jr, 1949 – Paria Peninsula (Cerro Humo, Cerro Azul), in NE Venezuela.
S. c. carri
Chapman, 1895 – Trinidad.
S. c. terrestris
Jardine, 1847 – Tobago.
14–15 cm; 15–23 g. Relatively short-tailed Synallaxis with unusual pattern, conspicuously streaked below. Nominate race has dark dull rufous face and... read more
Little geographical variation. Song a nasal, sharp “chík-kweek” or “ch... read more
Tropical deciduous forest, gallery forest, arid montane scrub, second-growth scrub; undergrowth and... read more
Food and feeding
Arthropods; flying ants recorded as taken. Usually in pairs, occasionally in small mixed-species flocks. Gleans items from foliage and... read more
Breeding records scattered throughout year in Trinidad; recorded Mar–Aug in Tobago. Presumably monogamous. Nest a mass of thick twigs... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Fairly common throughout range. In Venezuela, very common in mountains of Paria Peninsula, less common and more local in Andes. Occurs in Asa Wright... read more
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