Campylorhamphus procurvoides probatus
J. T. Zimmer, 1934,
Igarapé Auará, right bank of the Rio Madeira, near Borba, Brazil.
Hitherto treated as conspecific with C. procurvoides and C. multostriatus, but analyses which led to establishment of race cardosoi (originally described as a species#R) showed that present species differs strongly from those two species in voice, song (scores vs procurvoides in brackets; score of 6 vs multostriatus given under that species) being an emphasized overslurred long note (3) abruptly followed by a long fast series of nearly identical short notes (3)#R, plus throat not scaly as in procurvoides and more streaked than in multostriatus (1), and crown darker than former’s but paler than latter’s (1). Two subspecies recognized.
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