French: Synallaxe ocré German: Weißzügel-Dickichtschlüpfer Spanish: Piují cariblanco
Other common names:
Cuiabá, Mato Grosso, Brazil
Extreme SE Bolivia (E Santa Cruz), SW Brazil (S Mato Grosso, W Mato Grosso do Sul) and N Paraguay (E Alto Paraguay, NE Presidente Hayes, N Concepción).
15–16 cm; 13–17 g. Adult has loral area whitish, rest of face pale brownish grey; crown and upper back dull greyish brown, blending to rufous-brown rump;... read more
Song a sharp ”keeeu, kit-kweet”, usually repeated at intervals of 3–5 seconds. In... read more
Undergrowth of gallery forest and riparian woodland and shrubs; to 1000 m.
Food and feeding
Arthropods; recorded items are spiders, Orthoptera, Coleoptera, ants, Diptera. Usually forages in pairs, often among vines and tangles.... read more
Mainly Aug–Dec in Brazilian Pantanal, where the authors of a recent study located a total of 60 nests, but can continue until at... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened (Least Concern). Common within its limited range (c. 274,000 km²); very numerous in suitable habitat in the Pantanal region. Population currently... read more
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