French: Tyranneau soufré German: Gelbbauch-Tachurityrann Spanish: Piojito azufre
Tambillo, Cajamarca, Peru
Andes of W Venezuela (Táchira), and locally in E range in Colombia, E Ecuador (recorded from W slope in Carchi) and N Peru (S to Huánuco).
11·5–12 cm; 11 g. Parulid-like tyrannulet with bright yellow belly. Has thin white supercilium, blackish line through eye, greyish-white face fading to yellowish... read more
A series of weak, somewhat nasal, descending notes, “week-week-week-week” or “chew-chew-chew-chew... read more
Humid montane forest, especially second growth and broken, patchy cloudforest, clearings with... read more
Food and feeding
Insects; occasionally small fruits. Frequently joins mixed-species flocks. Forages actively, with horizontal posture, in outer foliage;... read more
Juveniles in Jul in Ecuador and Aug–Nov in N Peru. No other information.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Rare to locally fairly common, perhaps often overlooked; possibly becomes more numerous to S. Seems to favour edge habitats; may be expanding range... read more
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