French: Tangara de Reinhardt German: Goldband-Bergtangare Spanish: Tangara de Reinhardt
P. L. Sclater
no locality = east slope of Peruvian Cordilleras
E slope of Andes S of Marañón Valley (from Amazonas to Ayacucho) and Cordillera Vilcabamba (in Cuzco), in Peru.
14 cm; 19·5–28 g. Distinctive dark tanager with yellow band over head; bill stubby and thick. Has head, neck, mantle and throat black, broad golden band... read more
Call a sharp, high-pitched “tzit”; also “tzi-zi” and “tip” and... read more
Humid montane forest and forest borders, elfin woodland at tree-line, and scrubby low vegetation on... read more
Food and feeding
Mostly berries and small fruits, supplemented by a few insects. Of ten stomachs examined, six contained only vegetable matter and one only... read more
Juvenile with adult in Jun in Huánuco. No other information.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted-range species: present in North-east Peruvian Cordilleras EBA and Bolivian and Peruvian Upper Yungas EBA. Fairly common within narrow band... read more
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