Caracas and Garipé, Venezuela.
Part of the P. picta–leucotis complex (see under P. picta). Differs from P. picta in its broad maroon face including lower ear-coverts (ns), white vs grey periorbital skin (3), bluish-green vs pale grey-brown mid-crown to hindcrown (3), barred vs heavily scalloped breast pattern (3); differs from P. caeruleiceps and P. griseipectus in characters given under those species; differs from P. leucotis in its more extensive maroon on lower ear-coverts and reduced prominence of upper ear-coverts (2), bluish-green vs ochreish-brown crown (2), maroon rump (3), less prominent but two-tone breast pattern (ns). Races very weakly distinguished and perhaps better synonymized#R. Two subspecies tentatively recognized.
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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