Igarapé-Açú, 50 m, Pará, Brazil.
Until recently treated as conspecific with W. poecilinotus, but split proposed on vocal evidence#R; present species differs in its grey vs warm buff to strong rufous head sides in female (3); white vs whitish-grey throat in female (1); and differences in voice, with a burry vs clear tone in loudsong (2) and a “twitter” vs a “psit” as a contact call (2). When first split it was considered conspecific with W. nigrigula (which see). Monotypic.
E Amazonian Brazil S of R Amazon (E from R Xingu to W Maranhão, S to N Tocantins).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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