French: Tangara trifascié German: Streifenfinkentangare Spanish: Hemispingo trilistado
Maraynioc, Junín, Peru
E slope of Andes in C Peru (S from Huánuco, W of R Huallaga) S to C Bolivia (Cochabamba).
13 cm; 12–16 g. A small hemispingus with small slender bill, pale wingbars. Has head black, long broad buffy-white supercilium; median crownstripe and upperparts, including... read more
Dawn song, from exposed dead branch above canopy, a series of buzzy “tzit” notes, c. 40 per minute... read more
Canopy of humid elfin forest at tree-line, also stunted forest islands at edge of páramo,... read more
Food and feeding
Insects; contents of ten stomachs insects, including caterpillars. Pairs or groups of 4–6 individuals, rarely up to ten, follow mixed... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Uncommon to locally fairly common. This species’ global range is rather small, and limited to narrow band of tree-line vegetation that is subject to... read more
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