French: Todirostre bridé German: Goldbrauen-Todityrann Spanish: Titirijí cejiamarillo
See T. nigriceps. Five subspecies recognized.
Subspecies and Distribution
T. c. guttatum
Pelzeln, 1868 – Colombia (S from W Meta and Guainía) and NW Brazil (N of Amazon, E to R Negro) S to E Ecuador and extreme NE Peru (NE Loreto).
T. c. chrysocrotaphum
Strickland, 1850 – N Peru and W Amazonian Brazil (S of Amazon, E to Tefé).
T. c. neglectum
Carriker, 1932 – E Peru, SW Amazonian Brazil (S of Amazon, E to R Madeira) and N Bolivia.
T. c. simile
J. T. Zimmer, 1940 – left bank of R Tapajós, in W Pará (NC Brazil).
T. c. illigeri
(Cabanis & Heine, 1860) – #RNE Brazil from right bank of R Tapajós E to N Maranhão.
8·6–10·2 cm; 7 g. Distinctive, with broad yellow postocular stripe on glossy black head. Nominate race has white supraloral spot, olive upperparts, black... read more
Call a loud series of usually 8–12 sharp, evenly spaced “pik”, “tsip... read more
Canopy and edge of terra firme and várzea forest and taller second growth,... read more
Food and feeding
Insects recorded. Usually in pairs, sometimes alone; rarely with mixed-species flocks. Forages high up in foliage of outer canopy; also... read more
Few data. Nest found in Jun in Colombia, 4–5 m above ground in second growth; another in Jul in Ecuador, 35 m up in emergent tree in... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Uncommon to locally fairly common, but often overlooked. Occurs in numerous protected areas, including many national parks, throughout its rather... read more
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