French: Viréo des tépuis German: Tepuivireo Spanish: Verdillo de tepuí
Other common names:
Salvin and Godman
Roraima, British Guiana; error = Venezuela
S Venezuela (Bolívar, Amazonas), W & S Guyana, N Brazil (Roraima) and C Suriname (Tafelberg).
12 cm; 10–12·5 g. Male has crown and nape grey, forehead and lores tinged with buff, paler grey on side of head; upperparts olive-green, upperwing contrastingly grey,... read more
Song described as a short, clear whistled "suuuwéééeeuu", rising and then... read more
Humid and wet montane forest and forest borders; 600–2000 m.
Food and feeding
Few data. No information on diet. Forages energetically in canopy or upper levels of forest, lower down in forest edge; hangs upside-down.... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted range species: present in Tepuis EBA. Quite common in suitable habitat; rare in Suriname, where first record in 2005, on Tafelberg (the... read more
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