|Bananal Antbird (Cercomacra ferdinandi)|
|Caseara, Tocantins, Brazil
The Bananal Antbird is a Brazilian endemic and is found only on or near the Ilha do Bananal on the rio Araguaia, the largest fluvial island in the world.
|The male is black with a white dorsal patch, white wing-bars formed by white scallop-shaped spots and white tips to the tail feathers.
It is always near water and is usually found in pairs in gallery woodland or riverside thickets.
|I don't know of any illustrations of this species.|