French: Synallaxe à ventre blanc German: Flussinsel-Dickichtschlüpfer Spanish: Pijuí ventriblanco
Rio Madeira below the junction of the Mahissy (=Rio Igarapé Maici), Rondônia, Brazil
E Ecuador (lower R Aguarico, R Napo, R Pastaza), NE Peru (R Napo, R Amazon, R Ucayali), extreme SE Colombia (islands in R Amazon), NW Brazil (locally along R Amazon, also on lower R Branco, middle R Juruá, upper R Madeira) and NE Bolivia (lower R Beni); old records from French Guiana and recently recorded in Amapá, Brazil#R.
15–16 cm; 18–22 g. Typical Synallaxis but with noticeably longer bill. Has almost plain light greyish-brown face with indistinct paler supercilium, dark... read more
Song a nasal, mechanical “eh, ehhhhhhhh” or “ch-rr-r-r-r-r-r-r-r-r”, c. 1... read more
River-island scrub; dense early-successional vegetation, especially Tessaria thickets, on... read more
Food and feeding
Arthropods. Usually in pairs. Gleans items mainly from small branches, also foliage, within 1–2 m of ground; rarely, descends to... read more
Apparently resident. Seasonal flooding of habitat may force local movements, but this not yet... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Fairly common to common within appropriate habitat. Patchy and linear nature of its distribution, however, means that total population is rather... read more
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