|Suiriri Flycatcher Suiriri suiriri
(aka Chaco Suiriri, Campo Suriri Suiriri affinis)
The Suiriri Flycatcher is distributed from north-east Brazil to central Argentina and into Bolivia, Paraguay and Uruguay. See the distribution map at Birdlife International.
|It has an olive-grey rump, a grey belly and a thin grey tip to the tail.
The HBW and Birdlife International checklist uses the scientific name of Suiriri suiriri for this species and Suiriri affinis for Chapada Flycatcher which is a bit confusing since S affinis was used for Suriri Flycatcher previously. This is all to do with esoteric things such as junior synonyms.