Chiroxiphia pareola boliviana
J. A. Allen, 1889,
Apolo, La Paz, Bolivia.
Formerly considered a race of C. pareola, but now recognized as distinct, a recent published diagnosis#R mentioning: red vs yellow (in nearest race C. p. regina) crown patch (3); darker (more reddish or purplish) leg colour (1); marginally duller blue mantle (1); smaller, slenderer bill (1); obviously longer tail (at least 1); longer tarsal feathering (ns); voice (which “clearly differs”) (at least 1); and elevational range (above 950 m vs below 450 m) (1). Monotypic.
E slope of Andes from S Peru (S from Cuzco) S to SC Bolivia (S to Chuquisaca).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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